Raymond Alan Munro fonds [multiple media]
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Raymond Alan Munro fonds [multiple media]Niveau hiérarchique :FondsDate :[ca. 1940-1985].Référence :R1578-0-1-E, MG30-A79Genre de documents :Documents textuels, Documents photographiques, Documents sonores, Images en mouvementTrouvé dans :Archives / Collections et fondsNo d’identification :97982Contexte de cette notice :
Notice descriptive – DétailsFonds comprend :4 description(s) de niveau inférieurVoir description(s) de niveau inférieurDate(s) :[ca. 1940-1985].Lieu de création :CanadaÉtendue :4701 photographs : b&w and col negatives.
28 cm of textual records : some photocopies.
12 audio discs (1 h, 25 min).
5 audio cassettes (2 h, 39 min, 55 s).
6 film reels (ca. 1 h, 59 min, 27 s).Langue du document :anglaisPortée et contenu :Fonds consists of photographs, ca. 1940-ca. 1985, by Ray Munro, his parents, or others dealing with his military, newspaper, and aviation activities, current events, celebrities, and his family. 51 of the photographs relating to Munro's aviation career were copies made from originals held by Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame, Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwan, Alta.; these are now de-accessioned.
Fonds also contains textual records consisting of scrapbooks, 1949-1970, relating to R.A. Munro's journalism careerm; and awards, 1969-1970, to R.A. Munro of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale.
Fonds also consists of sound recordings of the CBC radio programs Press photographer and News round-up, interviews by Hilda Brown with Munro about his career, and interviews with inductees into Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame. Also included are film clips of an expedition to the North Pole, parachuting, a DH Moth, sequences in flight from a single engine float plane at Peace River and of the 1955 Farnborough Air Show.Provenance :Nom(s) additionnel(s) :Biographie/Histoire administrative :Munro, Raymond Alan, 1921-1994 : Raymond A. Munro, journalist and aviator, was born in Montreal and educated in Canada and the United States. He commenced flying in 1937 and joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1940. After the war, he followed a career as a flying newsman for seventeen years, retiring in 1958 as editor-in-chief of the Chatham, Ont. Daily News. He then formed Munro Aviation Company and flew as chief pilot on geophysical operations in northern Canada. Munro captured 28 Fédération Aéronautique Internationale world records and set 33 F.A.I. national records. He was named a member of Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame in 1973. Raymond A. Munro died 29 May 1994.Instrument de recherche :Information additionnelle :Note générale :Photographs: 1970 negatives. All individually sleeved; most have some summary identification on the outside sleeve, written by R.A. Munro. While a deed of gift was sent to R.A. Munro, it was mistakenly not returned to the National Archives. An intermediary who apparently had the signed documents never brought them to the National Archives. It was, however, R.A. Munro's intent to donate all documents and rights in his documents subject only to the use restriction, which he applied to his other donations., MIKAN Photo accessions 10626 and 10463 have been de-accessioned.Historique de la conservation :Textual records acquired in 1975 from R.A. Munro of Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame in Calgary, Alta.
AV material received in between 1974 and 1975 from R.A. Munro.Note sur le classement :Photographs: 1970 negatives are organized by donor in packages relating to the same theme.Vedette-matière :Source :Privé
Pour réserver ou acheter des documentsModalités d'utilisation :Original photographs: Not to be used for commercial advertising purposes. Various copyright on items less than 50 years old. Copyright expired on items over 50 years old. Credit:Name of photographer / National Archives of Canada / Copy negative no. For items still in copyright; copyright must be established by the holder of the original(s). Sound recordings: May be used with written permission of copyright owner: no donor restrictions. The audio discs were closed for reproduction until Raymond Munro's death. Mr. Munro died at the age of 72 on 29 May 1994.
Moving images and sound recordings: Reproduction and use in any form requires the written permission of the copyright holder.
Copied photographs: De-accessioned to Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame.
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