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- AM1576-S6-20-: 2011-010.2714
Item is an audio reel containing a recording of Frank Sinatra inviting residents of Vancouver to the April 3rd Centennial celebration kick off event and wishing Vancouver a happy birthday.
- AM1576-S6-1-F10-: 2011-010.101
- [ca. 1986]
Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of the song "Old Vancouver". Peter Hough performed the vocals and Peter Wilson played piano on this recording. The words and music were written by Kev Ryan.
- AM1576-S6-16-F117-: 2011-010.112
Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of Ron Eveleigh speaking about his life, beginning with moving to British Columbia as a small child; his education in Vancouver at theological college at U.B.C., employment with B.C. Provincial Police, Prince Rupert Police, Burnaby Police Department, and Vancouver Police Department; life in Vancouver in the 1930's; his work as a police officer during protests, and his involvement in Vancouver politics.
- AM1576-S6-6-F43-: 2011-010.3
Item is an audio cassette containing songs written by Bob Roberts. The first song is his entry for the Centennial Song competition and is about Vancouver and Expo '86. There are two other songs on the cassette, the sleeve suggests they were written by Bob Roberts as well, one is a Christmas song.
- AM1576-S6-20-: 2011-010.2715
Item is an audio reel containing radio spots with messages recorded by various residents of Vancouver (including Mike Harcourt, Bill Good, Gary Crystal, Dal Richards and Valerie Gibson) wishing Vancouver a happy birthday and advertising the Centennial hotline.
- AM1576-S6-6-F43-: 2011-010.10
Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of a song written by Lois Kerr for the Centennial Song competition. The song on this recording was sung by Cait Beddoes and arranged and performed by Cait [Beddoes] and Carson.
- AM1576-S6-6-F24-: 2011-010.13
- Apr. 2, 1985
Item is an audio recording consisting of three versions of the song "Vancouver You'll Always Look Like Home to Me." The first track is the song with full vocals, the second track is the same song with no lead vocals (but background vocals), and the third track has no vocals (instrumental). The first track begins at 1 min., 41 sec.
- AM1576-S6-6-F43-: 2011-010.11
Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of the song "Vancouver, the star of the west" written by Russell Gordon Kearns and submitted to the Centennial Song competition. Vocals on the recording are performed by Karen Kelm.