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            PR0058 · Fonds · 1976-1978

            The fonds consists of 160 2-inch videotapes dubbed to Beta storage and VHS working copies. These videos contain popular musical variety television shows from the late 1970s.

            Baker, Brian E. and Donald G.
            Don Hill fonds
            PR0024 · Fonds · [ca. 1973]-1993

            The fonds consists of records from Don Hill’s career as a broadcaster and producer of Alberta radio and television programs, and includes correspondence, manuscripts, raw material and finished programs for several major projects on Canadian folk music and folklore, bio-technology, landscape and the Alberta petroleum industry (including the oil industry documentary "Roughnecks, Wildcats and Doodlebugs"), most produced for the local CBC, Access and CKUA stations; the fonds also includes radio broadcasts from Lethbridge and Edmonton, where Don Hill was a broadcaster.

            Hill, Don
            Ken Jubenvill fonds
            PR1949 · Fonds · 1954-1999

            The fonds consists of films, videos, photographs, negatives and production files for Ken Jubenvill’s productions, many of which were produced for the Alberta government. The film productions include approximately 700 film cans of original film elements such as original colour reversals, internegatives, sound tracks and outtakes. Some titles included in this fonds include Let Music be the Message (1981) - Calgary Youth Orchestra; Breaking the Sand Barrier (1979) – Syncrude Canada; Grande Prairie - A Way of Life (1981); and Snowbirds (1989). The textual records include production files for Jubenvill’s television and documentary work, including for projects such as Mysterious Ways, The Great Road, Beachcombers, and co-productions with the Vancouver Police Department (Tears for April, Riding with Madonna, and Stolen Lives). These files include scripts, contracts, correspondence, and edit lists. The audiovisual records include master copies of Jubenvill’s television work, including episodes of Beachcombers, Danger Bay, Airwolf, North of 60, and others. There are also master copies as well as camera tapes and audio recordings of the documentary The Great Road, a production commemorating the 50th anniversary of the construction of the Alaska Highway that featured Leslie Nielson. These camera tapes include interviews with people involved in the construction of the highway as well as footage of 50th anniversary celebrations. The photographs and negatives are production stills of Jubenvill’s television and documentary work as well as production stills from the Alberta-based shoot of the feature-length film Superman III.

            Jubenvill, Ken
            KSPS Public Television fonds
            PR2588 · Fonds · 1999

            The fonds consists of a VHS recording of the documentary "Edmonton Remembered" (1999) created by KSPS Public Television.

            KSPS Public Television
            Lars Lehmann fonds
            PR2600 · Fonds · 1984-1992

            The fonds consists of production materials including scripts, correspondence, contracts, shooting schedules, drafts, audio reels, videocassettes for films and television series Lars Lehmann produced from 1984 to 1992 for the film Solitaire, the television series "Hamilton's Quest", and the documentary short "On the Edge".

            Lehmann, Lars
            Lethbridge video collection
            PR2608 · Collection · 1992 - 1993

            The collection consists of a VHS recording entitled The History of Lethbridge (1992) and a VHS recording entitled Oh Pioneers (1993).

            Unknown donor
            PR4059 · Fonds · 1975-2018

            The fonds consists primarily of records collected by Memoria Viva and maintained as a community archives.

            The textual records consist of publications, bulletins, newspapers, and newsletters published by Chilean progressive organizations both in Chile and Canada. These publications were produced by organizations such as Tupac Amaru, Izquierda Cristiana de Chile (ICC), Sociedad Cultural Chileno Canadiense, Popular Unitary Action Movement (MAPU), Socialist Party of Chile, and Amigas. Publications include Canada-Chile Bulletin, Entrelineas, Bulletin Comunidad Chilena, Chileno de Corazón, Resistencia, Aqui, Venceremos, and several others.

            There are also posters and programs from events held by Memoria Viva and its predecessor organizations, files created by Monica Chavez for her 1990s community radio program Chile al Dia, Tupac Amaru administrative records, ICC administrative records, academic research papers on the Chilean community in Edmonton, and a small collection of books on Chilean politics and history.

            The photographs consist of images from Escuela Salvador Allende classes and events, sporting and cultural events (including portraits of community soccer teams), and other public events such as Heritage Days.

            The videocassettes mostly consist of master tapes of episodes of Nosotros, a community television program broadcast on Shaw Television. Founded in 1982 by Lito Azócar, the program focuses on the events, viewpoints, and history of the Latin American community in Edmonton. Many of these episodes, from 1982 to 2010, have been digitized by the University of Alberta and are hosted on its website.

            The arpilleras (Spanish for “burlap”) are a unique form of Chilean folk art consisting of fabric, embroidery, or other found materials adhered to burlap to create a picture. The construction of arpilleras was popularized during the Pinochet regime and were made mostly by collectives of women called arpilleristas. These collectives worked in Chile and abroad to create artwork that celebrated Chilean culture and to draw attention to the crimes of the Pinochet regime while also creating income for impoverished communities.

            Memoria Viva Society of Edmonton
            Mentors fonds
            PR0104 · Fonds · 1997-2001

            This fonds consists of four VHS videocassettes of 26 episodes of the television program Mentors (1998-2001). It also includes one videocassette of the pilot for this series, entitled The Genius (1997).

            Mentors Productions Inc.