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Item AAAB0142 - W.J. Langlois interview : [Cauthers, 1975]

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W.J. Langlois interview : [Cauthers, 1975]

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AAAB0142

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  • 1975-05 [date recorded] (Creation)

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SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): The development of Aural History at the Provincial Archives of British Columbia RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1975-05 SUMMARY: William Langlois is interviewed about the changes in and development and demise of Reynoldston Research and Studies, and the eventual transfer of its aural history program to the Provincial Archives o;f British Columbia. Account of how the Provincial Government came to accept aural history. Supporters of aural history. Contribution of Imbert Orchard. Role of Board of Trustees (oral history). Aural ;History Conference, June 1973. Aural History Institute of British Columbia. Birth and purpose of Sound Heritage. Discussion of relationship of aural history to Provincial Archives, structure of Aural ;History Programme, PABC staff. Relationship of Aural History, PABC to Aural History Institute, Beginning of Canadian Oral History Association. 1974 Oral History Conference. Future of Aural History Pro;gramme, PABC. Theories about aural history. AH and PABC definitions of aural history.;

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Provincial Archives of British Columbia. [staff members], [1974-1987]

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Reference cassette copy available in container 000443-011.

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  • Copying Restriction: None.
  • Use Restriction: As determined by the BC Archives.
  • Copyright Status: Copyright British Columbia Archives.

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Accession number(s): T0131

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speaker: William James Langlois, interviewer: Janet Helen Cauthers

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