Title and statement of responsibility area
Oral history interviews, field sounds, and music
General material designation
- sound recording
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- Source of title proper: Title based on the contents of the series.
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Physical description area
ca. 1950 audio reels
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Scope and content
The series consists of oral history interviews focusing on the European settlement and development of British Columbia, mainly covering the period 1880-1914, recorded all over the province by broadcaster Imbert Orchard. The series also includes field recordings of natural and man-made sounds, as well as some example of indigenous and folk music.
Immediate source of acquisition
Received from Imbert Orchard, 1974-1975 and 1984-1985.
Most of the material received in 1974-1975 was first accessioned at the item level (under individual call numbers), and only afterwards drawn together on paper -- in the collection documentation file, call number T4103 -- as a series under the Imbert Orchard fonds. Material received in the 1980s was accessioned under T4222 and T4255 and treated as an accrual.
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Restrictions on access
No access restrictions apply.
Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
Many of the sound recordings are copyright the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. As unpublished sound recordings, their copyright will expire at the end of the 50th year after the original recording was made.
Item-level descriptions are available online.
Accession number(s): T4103; T4222; T4255
Series previously listed as AAAA2200.