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Elisha Rasmussen's TV interviews series

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Date Range
1994-1997
Accession No.
20091062
Physical Description
17 VHS tapes (digital copies on DVD)
Scope and Content
The following programs from the 'In Profile' series with Elisha Rasmussen - 001 The Berezay family (rodeo accident, brain-injury, quadriplegic) 1993 002 Surviving Cancer (Ella Froese, Angie Vogelaar) 1992 003 Dr. Van Christou (art of photography) 1992 004 Don Pilling (big band music) 1991 005 Geor…
Date Range
1994-1997
Creator
Global TV Lethbridge
Physical Description
17 VHS tapes (digital copies on DVD)
History / Biographical
Elisha Rasmussen is an award winning broadcaster and producer. She’s the host of Senior Savvy and profile. Both air on Global News Monday – Friday. Elisha has numerous awards for her community work and projects locally, provincially and nationally. She was named citizen of the year as well as a great Albertan. Elisha has also sat on the Lethbridge University Senate. She was recently named Chairman of the Honourary doctorate degree promotion committee.
Scope and Content
The following programs from the 'In Profile' series with Elisha Rasmussen - 001 The Berezay family (rodeo accident, brain-injury, quadriplegic) 1993 002 Surviving Cancer (Ella Froese, Angie Vogelaar) 1992 003 Dr. Van Christou (art of photography) 1992 004 Don Pilling (big band music) 1991 005 George Gemer 1992 006 Alfred W. Shackleford 1992 007 Jean Warburton 1991 008 Irene McCaugherty 1992 009 Joyce Fairbairn 1995 010 Katrina (sex trade worker) 011 Gerry Ward 1997 012 Gary Fjellgaard 1994 013 Eva Brewster 1995 014 Jack Gladstone 015 Elisha Live final show 1997 016 Elisha Live - author Tim O'Byrne (Cowboys and Dog Tales book); King Cole (aka Papa King) 1997 The following programs are related to Southern Alberta visual artist Irene McCaugherty 008 In Profile with Elisha Rasmussen - Irene McCaugherty 1992 017 Investing in Art with Leslie Nielsen 018 Investing in Art with Leslie Nielsen (fragment, higher quality video) 019 Tribute to Irene McCaugherty in Fort Macleod - public event 020 Spotlight on Seniors - Irene McCaugherty (hosted by Mildred Byrne and Freda Allen) 1987 021 Mornings with Elisha - guests Louis Soup (Indian Summer World Festival of Aboriginal Motion Pictures) and artist Irene McCaugherty 1988 022 Elisha Live with Irene McCaugherty 1994 023 A Voice in Time - exhibit by Irene McCaugherty at the Galt Museum (footage of function featuring Elvis impresonator and Greese-themed event) 024 Footage of Irene McCaugherty exhibit with commentary 025 Elisha - interview with Irene McCaugherty 1992 026 Shopping at Eatons - series of paintings by Irene McCaugherty 1993 027 Yesterday's Memories -- The Wheelerville Series by Irene McCaugherty 1990 028 Yesterday's Memories #2 -- The Wheelerville Series by Irene McCaugherty 1992 029 '94 Whoop-Up Parade 030 Showcase of Talent (Jacqui French, Jenn Forchuk) The following commercials were produced for local clients 031 City of Lethbridge Aquatics - Stan Siwik and Nicholas Sheran pools 032 City of Lethbridge Aquatics - promotional discounts 033 City of Lethbridge Aquatics - summer swim lessons 2001 034 City of Lethbridge - Swim-Skate Combo Pass 2002 035 City of Lethbridge - Swim-Skate Combo Pass 2003 036 City of Lethbridge - Healthy Smimming 2003 037 City of Lethbridge - The Culture of Accountability (footage of city workers at work) 2008 038 City of Lethbridge Aquatics - pass 039 City of Lethbridge Aquatics 040 City of Lethbridge Aquatics - overview of services at city pools 041 City of Lethbridge - Summer Swim and Ride 042 City of Lethbridge - Leisure and Human Services Guide 043 City of Lethbridge - Galt Museum; Helen Schuler Nature Centre 044 City of Lethbridge - Henderson Lake Pool 045 History on Tap - Brewed in Lethbridge (Sick's Brewery) 1990 046 City of Lethbridge Aquatics - Make Waves 047 Your Community with Mark Campbell - maintainance at Stan Siwik Pool 048 City of Lethbridge - Leisure and Human Services Guide 1994 049 Introduction to The Canadian Tourism Commission 050 2&7 NewsFirst news program June 25, 1992 051 Experience Southwest Alberta (1996): Writing-on-Stone, Devil's Coulee, Nikka Yuko Gardens, Helen Schuler Nature Centre, Fort Whoop-Up Interpretative Centre, Galt Museum, Birds of Prey Centre, Fort Museum, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Frank Slide Interpretative Centre, Remington-Alberta Carriage Centre, Great Canadian Barn Dance
Accession No.
20091062
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1998
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20091007000
Physical Description
VHS videotape 52 minutes 15 seconds
Scope and Content
Biographical program about Everett Soop, a member of the Blood Tribe and political cartoonist and commentator. The film features interviews with Everett Soop as well as some of his friends and colleagues. Mr. Soop discusses the events of his life, and talks about his political views and personal ph…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1998
Creator
Two Wheels Productions
Physical Description
VHS videotape 52 minutes 15 seconds
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Everett Soop, 1943-2001, was born on the Blood reserve in southern Alberta. From a young age he was incapacitated by muscular dystrophy. He studied at the Alberta College of Art in Calgary in 1964, then spent a year at Brigham Young University, Utah, USA. He then studied journalism at Calgary's Mount Royal College, and spent two years at the University of Lethbridge, during which time he took summer courses at the Banff School of Fine Arts. In 1968 he was hired by the newly-launched Kainai News newspaper to draw political cartoons and write columns. From 1976 to 1982 he wrote a regular column called "Gitskenip" (You Know). He served on the Blood Tribal Council from 1982 to 1986. He was unemployed and in poor health from 1986 to 1989, but in 1990 briefly resumed working as a cartoonist for Kainai News. His cartoons and writings are noted for satirizing not only government agencies and their treatment of natives, but also the foibles of his own people. Three books of his works have been published, the first a selection of his cartoons, Soop Take a Bow / Everett Soop. - Stand Off, Alberta : Indian News Media Society, 1979; Another Bowl of Soop; and the last a selection of both his columns and cartoons, I See My Tribe is Still Behind Me / Everett Soop, edited and intro. by Hugh A. Dempsey. - Calgary : Glenbow Museum, 1990. See also the documentary Soop on Wheels / Two Wheels Production. -- Toronto : Ashland, 1998. [source: Glenbow Museum and Archives] The donor was a personal friend of Everett Soop.
Language
English
Scope and Content
Biographical program about Everett Soop, a member of the Blood Tribe and political cartoonist and commentator. The film features interviews with Everett Soop as well as some of his friends and colleagues. Mr. Soop discusses the events of his life, and talks about his political views and personal philosophy of life.
Notes
Copyright: Two Wheels Productions
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20091007000
Collection
Archive
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Global Television fonds - CISA TV Assorted Papers

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Date Range
1950-2014
Description Level
Series
Accession No.
20191091
Physical Description
202 photographic prints; 2791 negatives; 2 colour slides; 36 cm textual records
Scope and Content
2019.1091/001: Victory for All drawing. 201-? 2019.1091/002: CAN PRO Award for “Inside Trax”. 1992. 2019.1091/003: CISA Marketing and Advertising information. 2002-2014. 2019.1091/004: CISA Correspondence. 2003-2013. 2019.1091/005: Program Scheduling Information. 2009-2010. 2019.1091/006: Glob…
Date Range
1950-2014
Description Level
Series
Creator
CISA TV Station
Physical Description
202 photographic prints; 2791 negatives; 2 colour slides; 36 cm textual records
History / Biographical
CFAC was a private Canadian television station in Lethbridge. It was originally associated with CBC Television. On September 1, 1975 CFAC TV broke away from the CBC and became an independent station. In 1976, CFAC changed to the label CFAC-TV-7. The station was branded to match its sister station in Calgary, and it adopted the nickname “2 & 7 Lethbridge Television”. Due to increased viewership, in 1988 the station was able to begin carrying some of Global TV’s entertainment programs. In 1990, the station was sold to Western International Communications where CFAC was changed to CISA-TV label. The current association for the station is with Global and the station is commonly known as Global Lethbridge. Local programming was consistently an important part of CFAC TV. It broadcasted successful shows such as “Kids Belong Together” and “Key to Literacy” where both shows won the Canadian Association of Broadcasters Gold Ribbon Award for community involvement.
Scope and Content
2019.1091/001: Victory for All drawing. 201-? 2019.1091/002: CAN PRO Award for “Inside Trax”. 1992. 2019.1091/003: CISA Marketing and Advertising information. 2002-2014. 2019.1091/004: CISA Correspondence. 2003-2013. 2019.1091/005: Program Scheduling Information. 2009-2010. 2019.1091/006: Global Lethbridge Logo. 2010? 2019.1091/007: Client Profiles – Samples. 2009-2013? 2019.1091/008: CFAC Station Van Photo. 1 photo. 198-? 2019.1091/009: 1978 Staff Committee. Shown: Pres. Kendall Gibson, Joanne Lundquist, Ross Wells, Barry Close, missing Steve Fallwell, Gord Leggett. 1 photo. 1978. 2019.1091/010: 1979 Staff Committee. Shown: Back: Bill Purchase, Scott Ranson, Norm Durling. Front: Hugh Smith, Cathy Gladwin (President), Doug Randell. 1 photo. 1979. 2019.1091/011: 1980 Staff Committee. Shown: Back: Dan Roberts, Ed Sponholtz, Rick Lewchuk. Front: Diana Bradley, Dan Germain, Jan Berkowski, Ian McDonald. 1 photo. 1980. 2019.1091/012: 1981 Staff Committee. Shown: Pres. Lyndon Bray, Simon Lewis, Heather Crosby, Roy Mullett, Jim McNally, missing Gerry Mackie, Marisa Antinucci, Verdell Christophersen. 1 photo. 1981. 2019.1091/013: 1982 Staff Committee. Shown: Gord Smeby, Mark Imbach, Chris Mortensen, Fred Filthaut, Sharon Wianko, Larry Modney, Paul Smart, missing Simon Beach. 1 photo. 1982. 2019.1091/014: 1983 Staff Committee. Shown: back: Kendall Gibson, Mary Rankin, Terry Sherwood, Doug Fraser (President). Front: Scott Hunter, Bill Lockett, Steve Korby, missing Jeff Eisler. 1 photo. 1983. 2019.1091/015: 1984 Staff Committee. Shown: Wayne Dwornik, Beth Wehrwein, Ross Wells, Jim Warner, Al Farquarson. Missing – Dave Rae (President), Gill Mackie, Rick Bourgon (Vice President). 1 photo. 1984. 2019.1091/016: ’88 Staff Committee. Shown: Lee Irvine, Marilou Vickers, Phil Bruch, Vern Braun, Gord Redel?, Deb Adourian, Doug McArthur, Carla Wenman. 1 photo. 1988. 2019.1091/017: Staff Members. 1 photo of two unidentified male staff members. 198-? 2019.1091/018: CAN PRO 1990 Award Recipients. 1 photo of 2 unidentified men from the Lethbridge Mining Club and 1 man from CISA TV showing their CAN PRO Awards of Excellence as sponsors of CISA’s TV program “Kids Belong Together”. 1990. 2019.1091/019: CFAC Hockey Team. 1 photo of the CFAC hockey team. Caption on the back: “1982 – 83 front – Rick Bourgon, Lyndon Bray, Scott Hunter, Dan Germain, Jeff Eisler; rear – Simon Lewis, Terry Sherwood, Al Farquharson, Jim McNally, Dan Roberts, Wally Hild, Fred Filthaut, Kendall Gibson missing – Barry Close (goalie), Simon Beach, Mark Imbach, Kevin Marks, Dave Rae, Paul Smart, Doug Fraser”. 1982-1983. 2019.1091/020: Lethbridge Battery Video in Studio. 19 photos, 14 negative frames. 198-? 2019.1091/021: Photo Party and Andy Russell. 31 negative frames. 1980. 2019.1091/022: Ag Expo ’94. 8 photos. 1994. 2019.1091/023: CAN PRO ’84. 186 negative frames. 1984. 2019.1091/024: Deana ?. 1 photo of CISA employee, Deana. 198-? 2019.1091/025: Cowboy Poets. 10 photographic prints and 25 negative frames of the Cowboy Poets expo. 1996. 2019.1091/026: Proofs – Miscellaneous. 400 negative frames of: ‘Grade 9 Career Fair’, ‘April 11/95’, ‘June 10/95’, ‘Sales Seminar Oct 1994 Leth Limo’, ‘Feb 1995 SOM’, ‘Fall 94 On air people’, ‘March ’95 Ag-Expo’, etc. 1989-1995. 2019.1091/027: Station Christmas Party ’96. 25 negative frames. 1996 2019.1091/028: Christmas Staff Gift Exchange. 25 negative frames. 1995. 2019.1091/029: Kids Christmas Events. 25 negative frames. 1996. 2019.1091/030: Seconds May 1996 Pitch ‘n Putt, Song for Brent. 5 photographic prints, 24 negative frames. 1996. 2019.1091/031: AG Christmas Card Winner. 12 photographic prints, 24 negative frames of the winner in her classroom and at the TV station. 1996. 2019.1091/032: 2 & 7 at an Expo. 3 photographic prints of the CISA booth at an unknown expo. 1996. 2019.1091/033: 2 & 7 Battleground Events. 14 photographic prints of the TV station at the exhibition grounds during the Battleground Events. 1994? 2019.1091/034: Bull riding. 2 photographic prints, 24 negative frames of station members filming a bull riding competition. 1996. 2019.1091/035: Artwalk. 3 photographic prints of the art walk that CISA sponsored? 1996. 2019.1091/036: Production Staff. 18 negative frames of staff members. 199-? 2019.1091/037: CISA Staff ’95. 5 photographic prints of staff on location with the Lethbridge Police and staff at a dinner party. 1995. 2019.1091/038: CISA booth on location. 3 photographic prints, 25 negative frames of the CISA booth set up and of audience members in studio. 1994. 2019.1091/039: Ellison’s Village Set? 18 negatives of the village set. 1980. 2019.1091/040: Park Meadow Mall Stores. 20 negative frames of the station’s coverage of the new stores. 1970? 2019.1091/041: Programming Trophies/Awards. 1 photographic print, 2 negative frames. 1979. 2019.1091/042: Farewell Bill Skelton. 41 negative frames of Skelton’s going away party and crew members. 1978. 2019.1091/043: Y’s Men’s Auction. 52 negative frames, 1 photographic print of the auction for the Y’s Men’s organization. 1977. 2019.1091/044: Photo-Journalism: I. 364 negative frames of various stories the station covered. 199-? 2019.1091/045: Ski West? 13 negative frames of the Ski West filming? 1975. 2019.1091/046: Male Staff Members- Ray, Al, Jock?, Mouse?, Ron. 39 negatives. 1975. 2019.1091/047: CJOC Studio and Crew. 30 negative frames. 1973. 2019.1091/048: CJOC Talk show –Promotion. 49 negatives of the set and crew on the talk show. 1974. 2019.1091/049: CJOC Station – Miscellaneous Negatives. 30 negative frames. 1962. 2019.1091/050: Doug Fraser and Logos. 6 photographic prints, 16 negative. 1980. 2019.1091/051: Ken Moore, Dan Germaine, Ray Brooks. 21 negatives. 1979. 2019.1091/052: CAN PRO Awards. 39 negative frames. 1979. 2019.1091/053: Group trip? 24 negatives of the station’s staff looking at old cars 197-? 2019.1091/054: Bob J’s Scrooge Award. 3 negative frames. 1976. 2019.1091/055: CFAC Staff Members. 101 negative frames. 1979-1980. 2019.1091/056: CJOC Producer Slides and Karen Shatanchuck? 9 negatives of the production staff, including Karen Shatanchuck? 1980. 2019.1091/057: Interview with a Child. 13 negatives interview with an a child on the TV station. 198-? 2019.1091/058: CFAC On Location Reporting. 15 negatives of staff members (house fire?) 1979. 2019.1091/059: Matheson’s Farewell. 35 negatives. 1975. 2019.1091/060: Miscellaneous CJOC Events. 48 negative frames. 197-? 2019.1091/061: Fred’s BBQ Hair Raiser Winners. 17 negative frames. 1979. 2019.1091/062: John and Terry? 6 negatives of John and Terry? celebrating. The couple is posing with a picture or artwork, and the poster in the background reads: “Good Luck John and Ter”. 197-? 2019.1091/063: Miscellaneous Negatives. 28 negatives of staff and crew members, and the CFAC station. 197-? 2019.1091/064: Dick Thornton. 2 negatives. 198-? 2019.1091/065: School of Continuing Education Water Dunking. 9 negatives of coverage of the School’s Water Dunking event. 198-? 2019.1091/066: Commercial Herbs Western Wear. 11 negative frames of the TV station’s coverage of the opening of the store? 198-? 2019.1091/067: Various Promotions. 14 negative frames of various promotional stills the TV station produced or covered. 1973. 2019.1091/068: CJPR First Anniversary – Oct. 25 negative frames of the station’s first anniversary party. 1973. 2019.1091/069: AG Expo Display /80 – Betty Grigg, Sunday Hour, Ian MacDonald, Gordon Smeby. 8 negatives of the events and staff members. 1980. 2019.1091/070: Staff Party Set B. 36 negative frames of the staff party on set B. 198-? 2019.1091/071: Bridal Fair February 1977. 31 photographic prints, 54 negative frames of the Bridal Fair in February. 1977. 2019.1091/072: Testing Photos. 17 negative frames of 2 unidentified staff members on location reporting on a story? 1979. 2019.1091/073: I. Wright. 3 negative frames of Mr. I. Wright. 197-? 2019.1091/074: Smiths – Wishing Well Winner Feb. 23. 5 negative frames of the winner. 1974. 2019.1091/075: Esso Audition. 21 negative frames documenting the audition and the Esso Station. 198-? 2019.1091/076: Major Irrigation, D.J.’s Medal, Paper Works. 9 negative frames. 1977. 2019.1091/077: Bridal Fair. 82 negative frames. 1979-1980. 2019.1091/078: Sparwood – Sunshine St. Set. 25 negative frames. 198-? 2019.1091/079: Kids Christmas Party ’79. 48 negative frames. 1979. 2019.1091/080: Oliver Irrigation & CFAC Aerials. 42 negative frames. 1979. 2019.1091/081: Silver BHR Award – Gord Leggett. 1 photographic print and 4 negatives of the award. 197-? 2019.1091/082: Judy Lamosh? 1 photographic print. 198-? 2019.1091/083: Fallwell, Fraser, Castello? – Male Crew Members. 7 photographic prints, 3 negative frames. 1979. 2019.1091/084: Andy Durina. 4 negative frames. 1980. 2019.1091/085: COLOR Set and Studio Negatives. 35 negative frames. 198-? 2019.1091/086: New Logo for Station. 2 negative frames. 1966.
Accession No.
20191091
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Archive
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