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GA 1968 Audio #3

Audio recordings of the 1968 General Assembly in Calgary.

Note (2015 Feb 11): The tape reels have been stored at the RASC's national office for the decades since they were recorded.  Most of the tapes were digitized by Walter MacDonald using a 1960s vintage Sony player (3¾ and 7½ IPS).  The PZT and Banquet tapes (1 7/8 and 15/16 IPS) were digitized by Mike Earl using a Cipher I player. Some digital enhancement was done as needed to improve the sound quality. —WM

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GA 1968 Audio #2

Audio recordings of the 1968 General Assembly in Calgary.

Note (2015 Feb 11): The tape reels have been stored at the RASC's national office for the decades since they were recorded.  Most of the tapes were digitized by Walter MacDonald using a 1960s vintage Sony player (3¾ and 7½ IPS).  The PZT and Banquet tapes (1 7/8 and 15/16 IPS) were digitized by Mike Earl using a Cipher I player. Some digital enhancement was done as needed to improve the sound quality. —WM

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Darby Coats #1

Darby Coats explains mirror grinding at Astronight '64. Photo by J. Howell.

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GA Dinner 1968

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James Wright

(1931-) A founding member of the Calgary Centre; involved with planetaria in Calgary and Vancouver; received the Service Award (1967).

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Campbell Fahrner

(1917-2009) An active member of the Calgary Centre. Received the Service Award in 1985.

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Kenneth Meiklejohn

(19??-) A school principal and charter member of the Calgary Centre. Received the Service Award in 1971.

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Samuel Litchinsky

(1907-73) A charter member of the Calgary Centre; received the Service Award in 1966.

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Darby Coats

(1892-1973) A Montreal/Winnipeg/Calgary Centre member with an interest in radio; received the Society's Service Award in 1968.

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GA 1968 Audio

Audio recordings of the 1968 General Assembly in Calgary.

Note (2015 Feb 11): The tape reels have been stored at the RASC's national office for the decades since they were recorded.  Most of the tapes were digitized by Walter MacDonald using a 1960s vintage Sony player (3¾ and 7½ IPS).  The PZT and Banquet tapes (1 7/8 and 15/16 IPS) were digitized by Mike Earl using a Cipher I player. Some digital enhancement was done as needed to improve the sound quality. —WM

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