Subseries - Penticton Tapes

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Penticton Tapes

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  • ca [1989?] - [200-] (Creation)

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48 audio cassettes

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Subseries consists of recorded interviews conducted by Doug Cox with pertinence to the city of Penticton. Topic treated include mining, urban development, early industry, tourism, journalism and others.
Primary interview subjects include Joe Trombley, Tom Moriarity, Ira Gartrell, Elt & Mary Cossentine, Ed Aldredge, Phil Cooper, Dr. Kathleen Ellis, Herb Allen, Terry Eastman.
Subseries is arranged into 2 files (cassette boxes) as aggregated by Doug Cox.

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Audiotapes are housed in specialized boxes due to their shape and dimensions; transcripts are housed in conventional acid-free folders. Relationships between audio and transcripts are noted on the housing as well as in the file list.

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This subseries is of high priority for digitization for the purpose of file migration since is it not known how hospitable audiotape is for long term preservation

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Rules for Archival Description (CCA)



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Created 3015-07-07 by Paige Hohmann

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