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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.

Jack Carbutt Remembrance Day 1960 & 1964

Item is a audio reel to reel recording entitled "Remembrance Day Tape" by Jack Carbutt with musical recordings. Originally cut October 1960 and re-dubbed 1967, narrator Jack Carbutt.

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

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

Jack Carbutt on Pulse Radio

Item consists of a excerpts of Jack Carbutt's "Pulse Radio" show and interview with Jack Carbutt by Bob Harkins aired on November 30, 1973 .

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.

“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

"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.

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