Sask Sound Archives Programme

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From webpage: The Provincial Archives’ recorded sound collection consists of recordings created by government, private and public radio stations, and individuals. The Archive's primary goal in this area is to collect recorded sound documents that enrich and complement written, printed and visual materials. Recordings date from the 1940s and the collection is one of the largest in Canada.Currently there are tens of thousands of recorded sound documents which have been collected and preserved by the Provincial Archives. While the genre of the material is quite eclectic, the largest segment is the oral history collection. Interviews have been recorded with farmers, soldiers, trappers, miners, activists, politicians, clerics, members of ethnic groups, and Indigenous peoples, to name a few... Link:

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