The Provincial Normal School (PNS) was established in Victoria, B.C., in January 1915, to provide preliminary and advanced courses in teacher training. In 1978, Judith Windle conducted 19 interviews in which former instructors and students discussed their experiences at the Provincial Normal School. This interview is of Heritage discussing her time as a student (1923-1924) at the Provincial Normal School, in Victoria, B.C. Subjects include faculty, students, buildings, teaching experiences and the janitor. Interviewer: Judith Windle; Interviewee: Olive Wilson Heritage.
- In Collection:
- 48.4915, -123.4174
- Provincial Normal School Oral Histories
- Finding aid for archival fonds: https://uvic2.coppul.archivematica.org/provincial-normal-school-oral-history-interview-collection-1978
- Audio cassette copied in 1992. Migrated from one audio cassette to digital format for UVic Archives by Richard L. Hess in 2006 for conservation purposes. Digital sound recording in .mp3 format at 64 kb/s mono and 44,100 samples per second, and .wav format at 16 bits and 44,100 samples per second. Metadata by MT.
- Contact Special Collections and University Archives at University of Victoria for access to the original recording. This material is made available on this site for research and private study only.
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|Olive Wilson Heritage interview||2021-04-20||Public||