Item consists of transcript and tape summary of analog recording of interview with Bill Woycik and Howard Foot on the history of the Recreational Services Division of City of Prince George. Includes information on various events hosted including aquatic, circus and sports events c.1958-c.1986.
Photograph depicts two connected buildings; the building on the left is possibly the theatre, other building with sign that reads: "The Nechaco (sic?) General Stores." Boardwalk with people and unpaved street in foreground.
Photograph depicts Justa Monk and Bridget Moran seated at table, signing copies of 'Justa: a First Nations Leader'. The pair faces crowd standing in background. Windows and posters visible behind crowd.
Item consists of printed transcript and tape summary of interview with Fran Gibbons who discusses her family's history in Fort Fraser c.1910s and later move to Prince George region and her interest in theatre in Prince George. She also discusses her career as a librarian.
Item consists of printed transcript and tape summary of interview with Tony and Alma Skae who discuss their family's history in Stone Creek and later Prince George particularly in the newspaper and food and hospitality industry
Item consists of transcript of interviews with various guests including Bob Crosby, manager of the Simon Fraser Hotel; Sammy Labadiere (sp?); and Prince George resident Chuck Williams discussing the re-enactment of the Simon Fraser voyage down the Fraser River in 1958.
Image depicts a woman, wearing clothes reminiscent of traditional First Nations, who appears to be dancing in the street outside of a Native Friendship Centre in Prince George, B.C. A large crowd is looking on.