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N-2021-005: 0040A · Item · [196-]
Part of Glick family fonds

[This item is the first part of a two-part a recording of a nomination meeting for the Northwest Territories Progressive Conservative Party. A singer and guitarist from Inuvik (Michelko?) plays a song about the nomination and electoral process in the north.]

N-2021-005: 0038 · Item · [196-]
Part of Glick family fonds

[This item is a recording of an election meeting consisting of a debate between two candidates for Parliament. The theme of the debate was Liberalism vs. Conservatism. The first speaker speaks for 30 minutes, the second for 40 minutes, and then the first offers a 10 minute rebuttal. There is a discussion about future provincehood for the Northwest Territories, and Rheaume issues a challenge to Horton for a public debate.]

N-2021-005: 0040B · Item · [196-]
Part of Glick family fonds

[This item is the second part of a two-part a recording of a nomination meeting for the Northwest Territories Progressive Conservative Party. J.I. Glick invites the delegates back to the Gold Range Hotel for drinks and "a good time" after the meeting.]

Rex Terpening fonds
86 · Fonds · 1930-1939

This fonds consists of 511 copy negatives, approximately 1 cm of textual material and 1 audiocassette. The negatives were copied from original prints that were originally contained in three photo albums, which were compiled by Rex Terpening during the early years of his career. Included among the images are portraits of airline personnel he encountered during his travels, photographs of aircraft operating in the north, and views of communities in the north. The textual material consists of a Spence McDonough Air Transport, Ltd. brochure and one copy of a radio tribute to Rex Terpening. The audiocassette contains an interview conducted by Rex Terpening with Charles Reiach, a trader who worked for the Hudson's Bay Company and lived in the Northwest Territories in the late 1920s and 1930s.

Terpening, Rex, 1913-2018
N-2021-005: 0058A · Item · [Transferred to cassette [197-?] (originally created 1954)]
Part of Glick family fonds

This item is Side A of a recorded message made for J.I. (Izzy) Glick and Sadie Glick in Yellowknife, recorded by Harold Glick in Montreal in 1954. The recording was made while Harold and Zelda Glick were visiting Montreal, surprising the family after Harold had been away for nine years. Speakers include Harry Glick of Montreal (not Harold Glick of Yellowknife), Mo Glick, Frank Glick, Rose Glick, Hymie Glick, and unidentified Glick family members, some of whom are speaking what may be Yiddish or German or Hungarian.

N-2021-005: 0058B · Item · [Transferred to cassette [197-?] (originally created 1954)]
Part of Glick family fonds

This item is Side B of a recorded message made for J.I. (Izzy) Glick and Sadie Glick in Yellowknife, recorded by Harold Glick in Montreal in 1954. The recording was made while Harold and Zelda Glick were visiting Montreal, surprising the family after Harold had been away for nine years. Speakers include Harry Glick of Montreal (not Harold Glick of Yellowknife), Mo Glick, Frank Glick, Rose Glick, Hymie Glick, and unidentified Glick family members, some of whom are speaking what may be Yiddish or German or Hungarian.

N-2021-005: 0057A · Item · 1954
Part of Glick family fonds

This item is part one of two of a recorded message (cassette letter) made for J.I. (Izzy) Glick and Sadie Glick in Yellowknife, recorded by Harold Glick in Montreal in 1954. The recording was made while Harold and Zelda Glick were visiting Montreal, surprising the family after Harold had been away for nine years. Speakers include Harry Glick of Montreal (different from Harold Glick of Yellowknife), Mo [Moses] Glick, Frank Glick, Rose Glick, Hymie Glick, and unidentified Glick family members, some of whom are speaking what may be Yiddish or German or Hungarian.

June Helm fonds
N-1996-010: 0001 · Item · 1955
Part of June Helm fonds

Slavey songs from Jean Marie River; the Wrigley drummers recorded at Fort Simpson. Original at Canadian Museum of Civilization. Recorded on hand-cranked recorder from Museum.

David Wilson
N-1992-240 · Accession · 1955, [copied 1991, 1996]
Part of David Wilson fonds

The recordings are of the 2nd Annual Drum Dance Festival held at the Coppermine school on December 25-26, 1955. David S. Wilson recorded the festival and provided an introduction and periodic commentary on the recordings.

David Wilson fonds
189 · Fonds · 1955

This fonds consists of two DAT audiocassettes (archival masters) and one audio reel (original master). The recordings are of the 2nd Annual Drum Dance Festival held at the Coppermine school on December 25-26, 1955. David S. Wilson recorded the festival and provided an introduction and periodic commentary on the recordings.

Wilson, David
Henri Posset fonds
N-1989-010: 0002A · Item · 1957
Part of Henri Posset fonds

Drumming and chanting taped in Jean Marie River and Fort Franklin, fiddle music from Fort Franklin and various Slavey legends related by Johnny Betseda of Fort Simpson and Jean Marie Punch of Fort Providence. September 1957