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Working People of Calgary Oral History Project

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Working People of Calgary Oral History Project

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The Working People of Calgary Oral History Project was undertaken by historians from the University of Calgary to document social life in Calgary, Alberta in the 1920s and 1930s. The project coordinator was Dr. Ann Capling, and interviewers included David Bright and Shane Carmody. Forty-four people were interviewed. For further information see Shane Carmody's article "Listening to the Past : The Calgary Oral History Project" in Beaver. -- vol.72, no.5 (October/November 1992), p. 35-38.

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