Interview RHC022 with Wallace Betteridge, July 25, 1985

TitleInterview RHC022 with Wallace Betteridge, July 25, 1985
Date2006-11-29
1985-07-25
CreatorCannon, Hal, 1948-
Betteridge, Wallace
DescriptionComputer hardware: 3 Intel Celeron 1.8GHz/224 MB RAM PCs manufactured by PowerSpec, each with a Firewire hard drive (MicroNet or LaCie); M-Audio Delta Audiophile internal sound card; External Firewire hard drive; Operating system: Windows XP.
Analog to Digital Converter: Prism Sound Dream ADA-8XR or AD-2; Playback: Studer A80 or B67, Otari MX-55 or Revox A700.
Outsourced via CDP: Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stero playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel.
Capture and editing software: Steinberg Wavelab 4.0; Formatting software: Sony Soundforge.
audio/wav
Interview with Wallace Betteridge at his home in Montello, Nevada 25 July 1985 (pt. 1): ranching roping terminology: hard and fast, hoolihan, hondo; depression; ranch stories. Occasional rumbles (microphone handling noises?). Odd noise at 01:20 (insect against microphone?). Insects, birds, and occasional loud traffic. Top and tail cut off. Total duration: 32 minutes.
SubjectBetteridge family -- Interviews
Grouse Creek (Utah) -- Social life and customs
Ranch life -- Utah -- Grouse Creek
Ranchers -- Utah -- Grouse Creek -- Interviews
Ranch roping -- Utah -- Grouse Creek
Depressions -- 1929 -- Utah -- Grouse Creek
Betteridge, Wallace -- Interviews
Cowboys -- Utah -- Grouse Creek -- Interviews
Formataudio/mp3
00:32:24:00
Typesound
text
SourceOriginal version: 7.5 ips reel to reel magnetic tape
PublisherUtah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
RightsReproduction for commercial use requires permission from USU Merrill-Cazier Library folklore curator, phone (435) 797-3493. No permission required for educational use.
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10176/USULgcc-rhc022
http://hdl.handle.net/10176/USULgcc-rhc022
Collection

Utah State University

Citation Cannon, Hal, 1948-, "Interview RHC022 with Wallace Betteridge, July 25, 1985," in Heritage West, Item #55891, http://heritagewest.coalliance.org/items/show/55891 (accessed April 24, 2014).