Sub-series F-161-2-2 - Interviews of Terrace/Kitimat trade unionists

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Interviews of Terrace/Kitimat trade unionists

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  • 1985 (Creation)

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1 cm of textual records
16 sound recordings

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Peter Poole lived in Terrace for a number of years in the late seventies and early eighties and was especially active in the Terrace/Kitimat Labour Council). His interview subects comprised a cross-section of people from different unions and different occupations: for example, a teacher (BCTF), academic faculty from Northwest College (CUPE), a federal fisheries officer (PSAC), a library clerk (BCGEU), pulp mill workers and aluminum smelter workers (CAIMAW and CASAW), and a labourer (Rock & Tunnel Union). Records include one file listing the interviewees and the sound recordings of the interviews.

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Items are arranged alphabetically by interviewee.

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Access to the original sound records is restricted for preservation reasons due to the age and fragility of the medium (audio cassette). Access is provided via digital surrogates. Consult the archivist for more information.

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Physical description: sub-series includes 16 audio cassettes and 15 .wav files.

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