Archival Records

This database contains information compiled for the Guide to Oral History Collections in Canada/Guide aux collections d'histoire orale au Canada (1993), comp. by Normand Fortier, Archivist, Library and Archives of Canada. Neither the Oral History Centre nor the Canadian Oral History Archive hold any of the archival documents. Please contact the archives that hold the records. Each record entry provides information about the archive holding the records. Note that this information, including addresses of archives, has not been updated since 1993.

  • Interviews conducted from 1974 to 1976. Most are interviews with INCO (International Nickel Company) pensioners, arranged by INCO's Public...
  • Interviews conducted in 1972 with Angela Sidney, Peter Johns, Johnny Johns, Anita Johns, Annie Ned, Patsy Henderson, Kitty Smith, Billy Johnson and...
  • Interviews conducted between 1974 and 1989, pertaining mainly to the history of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 1989-0416: Charles Gunning,...
  • Patrick Landsley recalls teaching in Arthur Lismer's art school at the Art Gallery of Montreal (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts) in the 60's. He talks...
  • Entrevues réalisées durant les années 1960 et portant sur la musicologie, les jeux d'enfants, l'anthropologie culinaire, les fêtes et cérémonies,...
  • Entrevues portant sur les influences bretonnes sur la culture traditionnelle et matérielle au Canada.
  • Interviews with the Holocaust survivors Leah Kaufman, Herschel Lederhendler, Leon Nicinski, Chaika Spiegel, Charles Wolbromsky, and Lou Zablow,...
  • Interviews with German and Jewish immigrants about their encounters in post-1945 North America.
  • Interviews conducted around 1965 and dealing with mining and mineral exploration for gold and silver. Clem Emminger describes bush living and...
  • Interview conducted in 1982 with Arthur B. Thornthwaite, who worked as a Royal North West Mounted Police (R.N.W.M.P.) officer in the Yukon, at...
  • Interview conducted in June 1977 with Reverend Robert Ward, who relates his life as an Anglican minister in Teslin (Yukon) and on the upper Yukon...
  • Interview conducted in August 1984. Dr. Walter A. Wood discusses mountaineering and exploration of the St. Elias Mountains and Kluane National...
  • Interviews recorded in November 1950. Patsy Henderson describes life in the Yukon before the gold rush, then recounts George Carmack's gold...
  • Interviews conducted in 1978 with people who worked on the steamboats on the Yukon River, as wood cutters along the river, or who had some...
  • Interviews conducted in 1974. Traditional and contemporary lives of Yukon native women are discussed. Clara Frost, Sara Able, Mira Moses, Renee...
  • Interviews recorded in August 1984 to document the site of Fort Selkirk and assist in planning the future restoration work. Interviewees include...
  • Interviews conducted between January 1976 and April 1977 with people in various communities (Jean Legare, Jeff Rushant, Danny Roberts, Abby Roberts...
  • Interview conducted in January 1977 by Diane Chisholm of the Yukon Archives with Hugh Bostock, who worked as a surveyor for the Geological Survey...
  • Interviews conducted in January 1979. Jimmy Kane and Jack A. MacDonald describe the human history of the Kluane area including traditional camps...
  • Interview conducted in September 1972 by Brian Speirs of the Yukon Archives with Victoria Anna Belle Faulkner. She describes the education system...

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