Photograph depicts two surveyors (Jack Lee, Gordon Wyness, or Philip Monckton) taking bearings from Pineview Station tower east of Prince George. Their surveying transit and telescope are visible in the image.
Royal Visit '94 consists of 1 video recording (3M) entitled "Royal Visit '94 : The Visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to Prince George, August 17, 1994 ; Plus : A Northern Dream Whose Time Has Come : A History of UNBC."
File consists of 1 audiocassette of public presentation hosted by Bob Harkins discussing the history of sawmilling in Prince George Region. Introduces several people involved in sawmilling industry and also discusses history of the Northern Interior Lumbermen's Association. Also shows a historical film about sawmilling and provides commentary.
Item consists of transcript of interview with poet, former CNC faculty member Barry McKinnon conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding McKinnon's teaching and publishing careers.
Item consists of transcript of interview with Bruce Douglas conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding his career in early railways in Prince George region and memories of the sawmills in Giscome area..
Item consists of transcript and tape summary of interview with Charles, John and Sonya Houghtaling regarding family history; includes stories of his father's work on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway construction c.1910 and river transportation on the Fraser River as a scowman. Also history of the Houghtaling sub-division
Item consists of transcript and tape summary of interview with Catholic Bishop Fergus O'Grady on his retirement as Bishop of the local Catholic Diocese of Prince George. Discusses also the Oblate Missionary Order and their history in Northern British Columbia. Also discusses the founding of the Prince George College.
Collection consists of 30 audio cassettes containing 46 interviews conducted primarily by radio & TV broadcaster Bob Harkins with local personalities. Most recordings were conducted at CJCI Studios, Prince George. The station was launched in 1970 by Central Interior Radio, broadcasting on 620 AM. In 1983, Central Interior also launched CIBC-FM in the city. Central Interior Radio was acquired by the Vista Broadcast Group in 2005.