The Prince George Oral History Group Collection
Prince George Architecture: The Trelle Morrow Interview Collection
Historical Geographer J. Kent Sedgwick compiled this interview with retired architect Trelle Morrow, B.A., B. Arch., Retired Member of the Architectural Institute of B.C. Mr. Morrow was a graduate of the UBC School of Architecture, who established a practice in Prince George in 1956 and worked on many local and northern projects until he retired in 1997. This interview was the basis for J. Kent Sedgwick’s publication: Reflections on Architects and Architecture in Prince George 1950-2000 published by the College of New Caledonia Press (2007). This collection consists of 1 audiocassette, 1 CD-R copy and 1 transcript. Mr. Sedgwick’s publication is also available in Special Collections.
- Prince George Oral History Group Collection: 200+ audio cassettes & associated transcripts (ca.1960-2003)
- Rainbow Adult Day Centre Oral History Collection: 17 audio cassettes & typed summaries (1999)
- Red Rock Community History Project: 12 audiocassettes & transcripts; 200 photographs (2002)
- Trelle Morrow Interview: 1 audiocassette; 1 CD-R; 1 transcript (2007)
- The Betty Schrimger Collection: 1.5 cm folders textual material (ca.1948-1997)
- Winnifred Emily Warner Russell Interview: 1 transcript (1923-1957)
- Prince George Women’s Organizations Collection: 5.7 m of textual records (1972-1996)
- Richard Corless Funeral Ledger: 7cm textual material (1916-1951)
For more information on these fonds or collections, please contact the Archives directly.
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