Subseries - Ranching Tapes

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Ranching Tapes

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  • ca. 2000 - 2003 (Creation)

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56 audio cassettes

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Subseries consists of recorded interviews conducted by Doug Cox with pertinence to ranching in the Similkameen Valley, Okanagan Valley, and Cariboo & North country. Primary source material for Doug Cox’s book, Ranching Now, Then, and Way Back When.
Primary interview subjects include Jim Kehoe, George Lawrence, Edie & Doug Curry, Jim Pendergraft, Pat Wright (Similkameen); Morrie Thomas, Bill Copeland, Millie Kusler, Martin Casorso, Thomas & Joseph Pierre, Elt Cossentine, Bud Sharp, Jane Stelkia, Maggie Stelkia, Mrs. Billy Kruger (Okanagan); Joe Laboudias, Stan & Diane Murphy, Jack Walters, Russ Overton, Guy Rose, Barb & Gordon Pooley, Hugh Bayliff (Cariboo).
Subseries is arranged into 3 files (cassette boxes) as aggregated by Doug Cox, corresponding to geography.

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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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File list availablew

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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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Created 2015-07-07 by Paige Hohmann

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