Collection consists of digitized home videos created by the Viksten family. The videos include scenes of Horsefly Lake and the Williams Lake Stampede.
View Finding Aid: 2012.12
Digitized video clip of silent film footage depicts the Williams Lake Stampede and a parade.
View Finding Aid Description: 2012.12.1
Digitized video clip of silent film footage depicts Erik and Adolph Viksten, as well as other members of the Viksten family, fishing at Horsefly Lake.
View Finding Aid Description: 2012.12.2
This film was created by Cornel Neronovitch who owned three sawmills in the Prince George area in the 1950s: the Prince George Sawmill at Peden Hill, a sawmill at the west end of Tabor Lake, and the Cornel Mill at Dewey.
Film footage shows early logging and sawmilling practices in Northern BC, as well as interior shots of what are presumed to be bunkhouses. Also shows a short clip of family film footage.
View Finding Aid Description: 2014.2.2
“Spotlight on UNBC” was a promotional television show created by the UNBC Communications Department and was shown on the local Prince George Shaw television channel. The first 30-minute episode of “Spotlight on UNBC” aired in February 1993 and continued with one episode a month until 1998, when it switched to one episode every other month. After the year 2000, the show began to evolve into various shorter iterations for Shaw television audiences. The host of “Spotlight on UNBC”, as well as the show’s later iterations, was Rob van Adrichem. Northern BC Archives holds the complete run of the original “Spotlight on UNBC” episode masters from February 1993 to December 2000. "Spotlight on UNBC" was digitized with funding from the UNBC 25th Anniversary Project.