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Mar. 11, 1972
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1991107620254
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A competing team in 1972's "B" boy's basketball finals.
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Mar. 11, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
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A competing team in 1972's "B" boy's basketball finals.
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Mar. 11, 1972
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1991107620255
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The Kate Andrews Gaels out of Coaldale take a team photo during the "B" boys championship final at the Lethbridge Civic Centre. The team dethroned the Stirling Lakers during the game with a 49-47 victory. Front row (L-R): Leo Macht, Richard Boras, Walter Zielinski, Richard Low, Roy Lister. Back row…
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Mar. 11, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
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The Kate Andrews Gaels out of Coaldale take a team photo during the "B" boys championship final at the Lethbridge Civic Centre. The team dethroned the Stirling Lakers during the game with a 49-47 victory. Front row (L-R): Leo Macht, Richard Boras, Walter Zielinski, Richard Low, Roy Lister. Back row (L-R): Harry Goertz (manager), Ed Dick, Pat Shologan, Warner Schmiegelt, Brian King, Guenther Macht, Glen Redekop, Dan Retzlaff (manager), and Pius Labolevech (coach).
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1991107620255
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1991107620256
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Terry D'Andrea (girl in white jacket, foreground) and other children take a morning skating lesson at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre.
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Mar. 11, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
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Excellent
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Terry D'Andrea (girl in white jacket, foreground) and other children take a morning skating lesson at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre.
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1991107620256
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1991107620257
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A group of children take a morning skating lesson at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre.
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Date Range
Mar. 11, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
A group of children take a morning skating lesson at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre.
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1991107620257
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Mar. 11, 1972
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1991107620258
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Black and white negative
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Thirty students within the Junior Achievement of Lethbridge program decorate the bus with a Lethbridge banner before a trip to attend a one-day conference in Calgary. At the conference, members of the Toastmaster Club taught students about public speaking and salemanship.
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Date Range
Mar. 11, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
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Excellent
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Thirty students within the Junior Achievement of Lethbridge program decorate the bus with a Lethbridge banner before a trip to attend a one-day conference in Calgary. At the conference, members of the Toastmaster Club taught students about public speaking and salemanship.
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Elks Curling Third Event Winners

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Mar. 12, 1972
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Accession No.
1991107620259
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Black and white negative
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Curlers from Lethbridge pose for a team photo after winning the third of four curling events in the annual Elks bonspiel. Front row (L-R): Lyle Davis (skip) and Don Hipfner (third). Back row (L-R): Ron Romanchuk (second), Jim Will (lead).
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Mar. 12, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
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Curlers from Lethbridge pose for a team photo after winning the third of four curling events in the annual Elks bonspiel. Front row (L-R): Lyle Davis (skip) and Don Hipfner (third). Back row (L-R): Ron Romanchuk (second), Jim Will (lead).
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Elks Curling Second Event Winners

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Mar. 12, 1972
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Accession No.
1991107620260
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Black and white negative
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Curlers from Calgary pose for a team photo after winning the second of four curling events in the annual Elks bonspiel. Front row (L-R): Hugo Brown (skip) and Lorne Meyers (third). Back row (L-R): Vern Utigard (second), and Jim Hamilton (lead).
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Date Range
Mar. 12, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
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Curlers from Calgary pose for a team photo after winning the second of four curling events in the annual Elks bonspiel. Front row (L-R): Hugo Brown (skip) and Lorne Meyers (third). Back row (L-R): Vern Utigard (second), and Jim Hamilton (lead).
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Elks Curling Fourth Event Winners

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Mar. 12, 1972
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Accession No.
1991107620261
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Black and white negative
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Curlers from Medicine Hat pose for a team photo after winning the last of four curling events in the annual Elks bonspiel. Front row (L-R): Gary Meidinger (lead) and Stan Bohnet (second). Back row (L-R): Marv Ammon (third) and Dale Johnson (skip).
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Date Range
Mar. 12, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
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Excellent
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Curlers from Medicine Hat pose for a team photo after winning the last of four curling events in the annual Elks bonspiel. Front row (L-R): Gary Meidinger (lead) and Stan Bohnet (second). Back row (L-R): Marv Ammon (third) and Dale Johnson (skip).
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1991107620261
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Elks Curling First Event Winners

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Mar. 12, 1972
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Accession No.
1991107620262
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Black and white negative
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Curlers from Vulcan pose for a team photo after winning the first of four curling events in the annual Elks bonspiel. Front row (L-R): Bob Stephen (skip) and Vernal Haga (third). Back row (L-R): Aubrey Gore (second) and Jack Haworth (lead).
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Photograph
Date Range
Mar. 12, 1972
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Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
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Curlers from Vulcan pose for a team photo after winning the first of four curling events in the annual Elks bonspiel. Front row (L-R): Bob Stephen (skip) and Vernal Haga (third). Back row (L-R): Aubrey Gore (second) and Jack Haworth (lead).
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1991107620262
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Mar. 12, 1972
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1991107620263
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The highway bridge in Monarch shows remnants of high water levels. A large ice jam west of Fort Macleod was dynamited by the Lethbridge Militia, after the water had risen so high that some farmers had to evacuate their animals to higher ground. After the explosions, the river dropped three feet in …
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Date Range
Mar. 12, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
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The highway bridge in Monarch shows remnants of high water levels. A large ice jam west of Fort Macleod was dynamited by the Lethbridge Militia, after the water had risen so high that some farmers had to evacuate their animals to higher ground. After the explosions, the river dropped three feet in three hours, and ice moved far enough downstream to reach south of Lethbridge.
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1991107620263
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Mar. 13, 1972
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1991107620264
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17-year-old LCI student Paul Fisher is awarded with a new 10-speed bicycle by Patrick J. barry, city carrier supervisor for the Lethbridge Herald. Fisher had been a paperboy with the Herald for three years, and won the bike in a draw for carriers who sold three subscriptions.
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Date Range
Mar. 13, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
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17-year-old LCI student Paul Fisher is awarded with a new 10-speed bicycle by Patrick J. barry, city carrier supervisor for the Lethbridge Herald. Fisher had been a paperboy with the Herald for three years, and won the bike in a draw for carriers who sold three subscriptions.
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1991107620264
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Mar. 13, 1972
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1991107620265
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Calgarians Erin O'Connor, Colleen Cutler, and Teresa Cadman compete in the Alberta Dance Festival at the Yates Memorial Centre.
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Date Range
Mar. 13, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
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Calgarians Erin O'Connor, Colleen Cutler, and Teresa Cadman compete in the Alberta Dance Festival at the Yates Memorial Centre.
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1991107620265
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1991107620266
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An unidentified Highland dancer competes in the Alberta Dance Festival, held at the Yates Memorial Centre.
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Date Range
Mar. 13, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
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Excellent
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An unidentified Highland dancer competes in the Alberta Dance Festival, held at the Yates Memorial Centre.
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1991107620266
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Mar. 13, 1972
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1991107620267
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Calgarians Erin O'Connor, Colleen Cutler, and Teresa Cadman compete in the Alberta Dance Festival at the Yates Memorial Centre.
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Photograph
Date Range
Mar. 13, 1972
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Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
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Calgarians Erin O'Connor, Colleen Cutler, and Teresa Cadman compete in the Alberta Dance Festival at the Yates Memorial Centre.
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Progressive Conservative Convention

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Date Range
Feb 28, 1972
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Photograph
Accession No.
1991107620115
Physical Description
Black and white negative
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The 1972 PC convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre; over 1,700 people would attend, comprising the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Ken Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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Date Range
Feb 28, 1972
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Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
The 1972 PC convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre; over 1,700 people would attend, comprising the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Ken Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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Progressive Conservative Convention

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Feb 28, 1972
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Accession No.
1991107620116
Physical Description
Black and white negative
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The 1972 PC convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre; over 1,700 people would attend, comprising the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Ken Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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Material Type
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Date Range
Feb 28, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
The 1972 PC convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre; over 1,700 people would attend, comprising the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Ken Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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1991107620116
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Progressive Conservative Convention

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Feb 28, 1972
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Accession No.
1991107620117
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Black and white negative
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Former mayor of Fort Macleod, Ken Hurlburt, among supporters at the 1972 PC convention. The convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre, had over 1700 attendees - the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election,…
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Date Range
Feb 28, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
Physical Condition
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Former mayor of Fort Macleod, Ken Hurlburt, among supporters at the 1972 PC convention. The convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre, had over 1700 attendees - the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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Progressive Conservative Convention

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Feb 28, 1972
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1991107620118
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Black and white negative
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Former mayor of Fort Macleod, Ken Hurlburt, among supporters at the 1972 PC convention. The convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre, had over 1700 attendees - the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election,…
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Date Range
Feb 28, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Former mayor of Fort Macleod, Ken Hurlburt, among supporters at the 1972 PC convention. The convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre, had over 1700 attendees - the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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Progressive Conservative Convention

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Feb 28, 1972
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Accession No.
1991107620119
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
The 1972 PC convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre; over 1,700 people would attend, comprising the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Ken Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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Material Type
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Date Range
Feb 28, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
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Scope and Content
The 1972 PC convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre; over 1,700 people would attend, comprising the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Ken Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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Progressive Conservative Convention

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Feb 28, 1972
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Accession No.
1991107620120
Physical Description
Black and white negative
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The 1972 PC convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre; over 1,700 people would attend, comprising the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Ken Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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Material Type
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Date Range
Feb 28, 1972
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The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
The 1972 PC convention, held at the Civic Sports Centre; over 1,700 people would attend, comprising the largest crowd seen at the sports centre at the time. Ken Hurlburt won the Lethbridge riding nomination for that year's federal election, beating out competitor John Gogo by over 900 votes.
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