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Jack Carbutt Collection
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“Dance Tape”

Item is a reel to reel recording entitled 'Dance Tape' containing music possibly used by Carbutt in his radio show. Extent 15 minutes

Armistice Day 1914 – 1918

Item is an audio recording of music entitled "Armistice Day 1914-1918" used by Jack Carbutt for his Remembrance Day radio broadcasts. Accompanying note signifies music provided to Carbutt by Bill Ward.

Audio Recordings

Series consists of original audio reels of CKPG radio programming broadcasts recorded in Prince George from 1960 to 1979, as well as, dubbed audio cassette copies made by the Prince George Oral History Group.

Board of Broadcast Governors Hearings, Prince Rupert

Item is an audio reel to reel recording of Board of Broadcast Governors (BBG) Hearings, Prince Rupert, 1965 [?] dealing with an application fora broadcasting license for a group in Prince Rupert, BC. The Board of Broadcast Governors later became the Canadian Radio Television Commission

CKPG "Logger Tape"

Item consists of excerpts of Jack Carbutt's radio show; the title "logger tape" suggests it was recorded for transcription purposes. Content appears to be primarily local news, weather and music; it also includes local advertisements of noteable long-time Prince George businesses such as Hub City Motors and Overwaitea.

"For What it is Worth"

Item consists of a recording of the local radio program "For What it is Worth" a monologue by Jack Carbutt on current affairs. Also includes interview by Carbutt with Armand Handley (?) of Aleza Lake and Gordon Walter in September 1980.

Jack Carbutt Armistice Day Broadcast ca. 1960s

Item is an audio cassette of broadcast music and songs from World War I broadcast by Jack Carbutt on Armistice Day, ca. 1961[?] and includes a re-recording of the inauguration of the Dominion Carillon by Prime Minister William Lyon McKenzie King on July 1, 1927 to commemorate the armistice.

Jack Carbutt Armistice Day Broadcast, ca.1960s

Item is an audio reel to reel recording of Jack Carbutt's Armistice Day Broadcast (ca. 1961 [?] including a rebroadcast recording of the Right Honourable William Lyon McKenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada recorded during the inauguration of the Dominion Carillon, Ottawa on July 1st 1927. Extent 30 minutes

Jack Carbutt Collection

  • 2000.21
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1979, 2001, - predominant 1959 - 1964.

The fonds consists of audio reels and dubbed audio cassettes of a radio programs hosted by Jack Carbutt at CKPG Radio in Prince George, and includes transcriptions in electronic and textual format. This collection has been divided into the following three series: "Audio Recordings" (2000.21.1); "Transcriptions" (2000.21.2); and "Miscellaneous Materials" (2000.21.3).

Carbutt, Jack

Jack Carbutt interviewing William John Windsor

Item consists of a recording of Jack Carbutt interviewing William John Windsor regarding his logging activities in Hutton Mills, c. 1920s as well as fur trapping activities at the Nechako River Bridge and Carp Lake c. 1930s-1970s.

Jack Carbutt Radio Show 1967 - CKPG Recording

Items consists of recording of Jack Carbutt's Radio Show, CKPG Recording aired in 1967. Possibly continuous recording of one show conducted by Carbutt; includes local commercials, and local and national newscasts done by Carbutt and musical interludes.

Miscellaneous Material

Series consists of a typed euology prepared by Bob Harkins on the occassion of Jack Carbutt's funeral, as well as an associated Remembrance Card for Mr. Carbutt - both items dated Aug. 25, 1990. Also, present is 1 videocassette of a CKPG-TV interview of Lorna Carbutt (daughter of Jack) discussing the transfer of her father's audio reel collection to the Northern BC Archives and Special Collections in 2000.

Robert Service Recording

Item is a re-recording of Robert Service, poet reciting his poetry as re-broadcast on Jack Carbutt's radio show; recording includes Service's poems "The Shooting of Dan McGrew" and " The Cremation of Sam McGee" recordings dated 1943[?].

The opening ceremonies: Peace Power Project: naming of the Dr. Gordon Shrum Power House, Lake Williston

Item is an audio cassette of the September 29, 1968 opening ceremonies for the Peace Power Project which includes the naming of Ray Williston Lake in honour of Ray Williston, then Minister of Lands and Forests, and the naming of the Dr. Gordon Shrum Power House in honour of BC Hydro Co-Chairman by Premier W.A.C. Bennett.

Transcriptions

Series consists of written transcriptions prepared in 2000 by members of the Prince George Oral History Group of audio cassettes dubbed from original CKPG audio reels of radio programming broadcast in Prince George from 1960 to 1973.