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Date Range
1907-2017
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20201017
Physical Description
5 black and white photographic prints. 1 document.
Scope and Content
5 photographic prints related to the Cleary House, a historic residence at 420 - 7 Street South. Statement of Significance from the City of Lethbridge Inventory of Historic Places.
Date Range
1907-2017
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
5 black and white photographic prints. 1 document.
Scope and Content
5 photographic prints related to the Cleary House, a historic residence at 420 - 7 Street South. Statement of Significance from the City of Lethbridge Inventory of Historic Places.
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20201017
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Scene and Heard -- July 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111371
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
Dragon Boat Festival -- entertainment by the Herderson Lake. Comments by Brian Shockey, Pow Navarro live guitar and vocal performance Air Raid Anthem band. Comments by members Justin Harker and Jono Bennett Movie Reviews by Scott Sakatch, Lethbridge Journal - Transformers
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
Dragon Boat Festival -- entertainment by the Herderson Lake. Comments by Brian Shockey, Pow Navarro live guitar and vocal performance Air Raid Anthem band. Comments by members Justin Harker and Jono Bennett Movie Reviews by Scott Sakatch, Lethbridge Journal - Transformers
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20161111371
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Scene and Heard -- Aug 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
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Item
Accession No.
20161111372
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
In the Shadow of the Bridge Festival - 100th anniversary of the High Level Bridge (CPR Bridge) - events, performers. Comments by Lindsay Meli, Allied Arts Council International Breastfeeding Week - informal gathering, information session, upcoming local conference. Comments by Dayleen Bybee, Walk …
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
In the Shadow of the Bridge Festival - 100th anniversary of the High Level Bridge (CPR Bridge) - events, performers. Comments by Lindsay Meli, Allied Arts Council International Breastfeeding Week - informal gathering, information session, upcoming local conference. Comments by Dayleen Bybee, Walk the Lake group 100th anniversary of UFA display at the Coaldale Public Library. Comments by Jane Franz Movie Reviews by Scott Sakatch, Lethbridge Journal -- Ugly Truth, G Force, Ice Age 3
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20161111372
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Scene and Heard -- Mar 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111367
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
Gymnastics competition at the West Wind Gymnastics. Comments by Katrina Burton Star to Love Concert by Lethbridge Symphony at the Southminster Church. Comments by Glenn Klaussen, conductor, and Audrina Poepping-Steciw, vocal soloist Martin Deschamps Show -- French Association. Comments by Marc-An…
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
Gymnastics competition at the West Wind Gymnastics. Comments by Katrina Burton Star to Love Concert by Lethbridge Symphony at the Southminster Church. Comments by Glenn Klaussen, conductor, and Audrina Poepping-Steciw, vocal soloist Martin Deschamps Show -- French Association. Comments by Marc-Andre Gignac Lethbridge International Film Festival - Lethbridge Public Libary. Comment by Sheila Braund
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20161111367
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Scene and Heard -- May 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111368
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
Self Advocacy Walk & Roll -- self advocacy for people with disabilities. Comments by Heather Wiebe Green Haven Garden Center - advice on clipping candles on mugo pines. Comments by Karen Barby Seniors Week at the Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization (LSCO). Comments by Dianne Schebel and Marci…
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
Self Advocacy Walk & Roll -- self advocacy for people with disabilities. Comments by Heather Wiebe Green Haven Garden Center - advice on clipping candles on mugo pines. Comments by Karen Barby Seniors Week at the Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization (LSCO). Comments by Dianne Schebel and Marcie Stork Music Concert at Tabernacle Church - accordion, piano, guitar students. Comments by Helen Layton and Rena Wuerfel Movie Reviews by Scott Sakatch, Lethbridge Journal
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20161111368
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Scene and Heard -- May 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111369
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Women's Show - wellness, home decor, fashion, Chantal Kreviazuk concert. Comments by Ronda Bertram Lethbridge Real Estate Minute - Listing by Connie Grant Book launch "Washing at the Creek." Comments by author Frances Riviere (Metis, Twin Butte) One Shoe Blues Band. Comments by Daryll…
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Women's Show - wellness, home decor, fashion, Chantal Kreviazuk concert. Comments by Ronda Bertram Lethbridge Real Estate Minute - Listing by Connie Grant Book launch "Washing at the Creek." Comments by author Frances Riviere (Metis, Twin Butte) One Shoe Blues Band. Comments by Daryll Duus
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20161111369
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Scene and Heard -- June 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111370
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
Ken Rogers, new conductor of the Community Band - Gold Band, discusses plans for future performances, touring Western Canada, education connections "The Circus and the Wishing Well" Exhibit at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery (SAAG). Comments by creator Kristi Malakoff and Christina Cuthbertson, S…
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
Ken Rogers, new conductor of the Community Band - Gold Band, discusses plans for future performances, touring Western Canada, education connections "The Circus and the Wishing Well" Exhibit at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery (SAAG). Comments by creator Kristi Malakoff and Christina Cuthbertson, SAAG Into the Streets Initiative - street art - by Southern Alberta Art Gallery (SAAG). Comments by artist Ingrid Bachmann and Christina Cuthbertson, SAAG Dale Ketcheson, classical guitarist, University of Lethbridge, promotes his guitar lessons Movie reviews by Scott Sakatch, Lethbridge Journal
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20161111370
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Scene and Heard -- 2007-2010 -- television program

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Date Range
2007
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111363
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
All Fired Up at the New West Theatre, 2007. Comments by Nicholas Hanson, Director The F.I.R.E. Awards - First Impression Recognition Exellence (customer service recognition). Comments by Bridgit Mearnes Induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame - Andre Dawson. Comments by Brian (?) Base …
Date Range
2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
All Fired Up at the New West Theatre, 2007. Comments by Nicholas Hanson, Director The F.I.R.E. Awards - First Impression Recognition Exellence (customer service recognition). Comments by Bridgit Mearnes Induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame - Andre Dawson. Comments by Brian (?) Base Camp - summer English learning program for children of recent immigrants. Comments by Michael Ward, Lethbridge Family Services Dr. Michael J. Mahon (Mike Mahon), newly appointed University of Lethbridge President, discusses the university, community and opportunities for growth Movie Reviews by Scott Sakatch, Lethbridge Journal – Salt
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20161111363
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Scene and Heard -- May 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111364
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
Citizen of the Year 2009 - Dr. Keith Robin Lethbridge Senior Citizen Organization (LSCO) and Golden Mile Singers. Comments by Stewart Christie and Stan Coxson World Belly Dance Day fundraiser - Ammena and Desert Wind dancers. Comments by Trish Henderson and Amber (?), Canadian Cancer Society Jan…
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
Citizen of the Year 2009 - Dr. Keith Robin Lethbridge Senior Citizen Organization (LSCO) and Golden Mile Singers. Comments by Stewart Christie and Stan Coxson World Belly Dance Day fundraiser - Ammena and Desert Wind dancers. Comments by Trish Henderson and Amber (?), Canadian Cancer Society Jan Lisiecki, 14-year old concert pianist, discusses his love of music and performance. Comments by Glen Montgomery, music teacher
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20161111364
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Scene and Heard -- Nov 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111366
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
'Conductor's Choice' Gold Community Band concert. Comments by conductor Ken Rogers Book launch "Who'd Win?" Comments by author James Hastings Movie Reviews by Scott Sakatch, Lethbridge Journal St. Andrew's Day at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church -- fundraiser for the Masonic Higher Education…
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
'Conductor's Choice' Gold Community Band concert. Comments by conductor Ken Rogers Book launch "Who'd Win?" Comments by author James Hastings Movie Reviews by Scott Sakatch, Lethbridge Journal St. Andrew's Day at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church -- fundraiser for the Masonic Higher Education Bursary Fund. Comments by Bill O'Donnell and Kyle Burns Holistic Health Expo 2009 Les Trois Accords et Ariane Mahryke Lemire - francophone band performance Trevor Paskowski (?) discusses his tour of duty in Afghanistan and Remebrance Day importance. Poinsettias/Christmas fundraiser by the Boys & Girls Club. Comments by Jen Casman(?) Battle of the Bands at the Gate. Billy Graham Association
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20161111366
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Birthright Lethbridge fonds

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Date Range
1979-2019
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20191111
Physical Description
70 cm of textual records
Scope and Content
The documents in this fonds include the minutes of meetings of both the organization’s directors and volunteers, photographs of public events, awards and more 20191111.001 Louise Summerhill Story of 35 years of service, pamphlet. 20191111.002 Garden of Hope Memorial plaque, programs and media clip…
Date Range
1979-2019
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Birthright Lethbridge
Physical Description
70 cm of textual records
History / Biographical
Birthright Lethbridge, a branch of an internationally recognized organization, opened its office in Lethbridge in June 1979. A non-denominational, free and confidential group staffed by volunteers and funded entirely by charitable donations, its guiding principle was to give every pregnant woman the right to give birth and every child the right to be born. The organization maintained a crisis centre where any pregnant female could find help. At the centre pregnant women were provided with emotional and practical support as well as resources to plan a future for herself and her child. Accommodation could be arranged in carefully selected shelter homes either in Lethbridge or other communities. Birthright also worked to remove the social stigma associated with the unwed mother and her child and encouraged an understanding of the needs of all pregnant females. After 38 years of service, the organization closed its offices in 2019.
Language
English
Scope and Content
The documents in this fonds include the minutes of meetings of both the organization’s directors and volunteers, photographs of public events, awards and more 20191111.001 Louise Summerhill Story of 35 years of service, pamphlet. 20191111.002 Garden of Hope Memorial plaque, programs and media clippings, 1999-2011. 20191111.003 Service awards, 1999 and 2006. 20191111.004 Grant recipient, photocopier, 2015. 20191111.005 Board membership. 20191111.006 Service history of Barbara Spiess. 20191111.007 Appreciation photograph, 1994. 20191111.008 Annual statistics, 1987-2019. 20191111.009 Birthright history summary, 1968-2018. 20191111.010 Birthright history, 1979-1980. 20191111.011 Birthright history, 1981-1982. 20191111.012 Birthright history, 1983-1984. 20191111.013 Birthright history, 1985-1986. 20191111.014 Birthright history, 1987-1988. 20191111.015 Birthright history, 1989-1990. 20191111.016 Birthright history, 1991-1992. 20191111.017 Birthright history, 1993-1994. 20191111.018 Birthright history, 1995-1996. 20191111.019 Birthright history, 2 photographs, 1997-1998. 20191111.020 Birthright history, 9 photographs, 1999-2000. 20191111.021 Birthright history, 55 negatives; 24 photographs, 2001. 20191111.022 Birthright history, 7 photographs, 2002. 20191111.023 Birthright history, 8 photographs, 2004. 20191111.024 Birthright history, (25th anniversary), 18 photographs, 2005. 20191111.025 Birthright history, 16 photographs, 2009. 20191111.026 Birthright history, 2011-2012. 20191111.027 Certificates, 1989, 1999-2012m 2006, 2008, 2010-2011. 20191111.028 Visitor register, 1981-2006. 20191111.029 Newsletters, 1980-1999. 20191111.030 Newsletters, 2000-2018 20191111.031 Minute book, 1979-1985. 20191111.032 Minute book, organizational charter, 1986-1988. 20191111.033 Minute book, 1989-1993. 20191111.034 Minute book, 1994-1996. 20191111.035 Minute book, 1997-1999. 20191111.036 Minute book, 2000-2010, 20191111.037 Minute book, 2011-2016. 20191111.038 Minute book, 2017-2019. 20191111.039 Partnership agreement, Birthright Lethbridge and Better Beginnings, 1996, 20191111.040 Directors notes, 1979-1980. 20191111.041 Directors notes, 1981-1982. 20191111.042 Directors notes, 1983-1984. 20191111.043 Directors notes, 1985-1986. 20191111.044 Directors notes, 1987-1988. 20191111.045 Birthright Auxiliary Guild, 1984. 20191111.046 Photograph and scrap album, 1979-2018. 20191111.047 Photograph and scrap album, 2000-2014. 20191111.048 Photograph of Louise Summerhill, Oct. 15, 1968.
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20191111
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Scene and Heard -- May 2009 -- television program

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Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111380
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
Amputee/Disabled Golf Clinic - Country Club. Comments by Don Young and Rick Gross Book signing at the Chapters -- The Playful Brain. Comments by author Sergio Pellis South Country Fair at Fort Macleod. Comments by Trent Moranz Avonlea Homes Show Home at Legacy Ridge. Comments by Barb Kinahan Tr…
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
Amputee/Disabled Golf Clinic - Country Club. Comments by Don Young and Rick Gross Book signing at the Chapters -- The Playful Brain. Comments by author Sergio Pellis South Country Fair at Fort Macleod. Comments by Trent Moranz Avonlea Homes Show Home at Legacy Ridge. Comments by Barb Kinahan Tricksters - participatory theatre program for schools. Comments by Jeremy Mason
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20161111380
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Commemmorative Publications

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Date Range
1990-2004
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191134
Physical Description
10 softcover booklets.
Scope and Content
A collection of commemmorative publications, 9 from the Lethbridge Herald, and 1 from the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce. These items have been placed in the "Special Editions" filing cabinets in the Galt Archives Reading Room.
Date Range
1990-2004
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
10 softcover booklets.
Scope and Content
A collection of commemmorative publications, 9 from the Lethbridge Herald, and 1 from the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce. These items have been placed in the "Special Editions" filing cabinets in the Galt Archives Reading Room.
Accession No.
20191134
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J.F. Dormaar fonds - documents and maps

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Date Range
1870s-2006
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20111068
Physical Description
.34 m of textual records, 17 maps
Scope and Content
2011.1068/1 Correspondence of J. F. Dormaar related to his research on Milk River and Sweet Grass Hills country (1993-2003) 2011.1068/2 Photocopies of 3 topographical maps of the area around Bow Island and the Forks: from Rocky Buttes to Sweet Grass Hills (U.S.A), published by the Burland Lithograp…
Material Type
Mixed Media
Other Title Info
Johan Frederik Dormaar
Date Range
1870s-2006
Fonds No.
Fonds
Physical Description
.34 m of textual records, 17 maps
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Johan Frederick Dormaar was born in Holland in 1930 and immigrated to Canada in 1954. He worked for one year on a farm and then attended the University of Guelph to do his bachelor degree. He later entered the University of Alberta, where he gained his PhD in Organic Chemistry. Starting in 1960s he worked at the Lethbridge Research Station as a soil scientist. Mr. Dormaar had interests in local history, geography and archeology and wrote five books. - The Alberta Stretch of the Milk River (2010) - Alberta's 49th Parallel (2009) - Oil City (2007) - The Lethbridge Research Centre (2006) - Sweetgrass Hills (2003) Johan Dormaar was active in the local Historical Society and Archaeological Society of Alberta, Lethbridge Centre. He died in 2011.
Language
English
Scope and Content
2011.1068/1 Correspondence of J. F. Dormaar related to his research on Milk River and Sweet Grass Hills country (1993-2003) 2011.1068/2 Photocopies of 3 topographical maps of the area around Bow Island and the Forks: from Rocky Buttes to Sweet Grass Hills (U.S.A), published by the Burland Lithographic Co., Montreal [1885-1905] 2011.1068/3 “Navigating from History into the Future: The Water Management Plan for the South Saskatchewan River Basin in Alberta.” By Alan Pentney and Dough Ohrn. Canadian Water Resources Journal. Vol. 33(4), 2008. 2011.1068/4 International St. Mary – Milk Rivers Administrative Measures Task Force: Report to the International Joint Commission (April 2006) 2011.1068/5 Articles on tree species in the Milk River basin, incl. cottonwood vs. Russian olive. 2011.1068/6 “Meandering Channel Response to Altered Flow Regime: Milk River, Alberta and Montana.” By Cheryl Bradley and Derald G. Smith. Water Resouces Research, vol. 20, #12, 1984. 2011.1068/7 Dr. E. Alyn Mitchner. The Development of Western Waters 1885-1930. Department of History, University of Alberta (1973). 2011.1068/8 The Milk River: International Lifeline of the Hi-Line: A Guidebook [1999?] 2011.1068/9 Milk River Canyon Resource Evaluation. By C. Wallis. Alberta Recreation, Parks and Wildlife (1976) 2011.1068/10 Flood/Dam Failure. State of Montana Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan (November 2001) 2011.1068/11 In the Matter of the Measurement and Apportionment of the waters of the St. Mary and Milk Rivers and their Tributaries in the United States and Canada. Order and recommendations of the International Joint Commission. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1923 2011.1068/12 Dr. R. G. Forbis. The Manyberries Cairn. Unpublished archaeological report (1967). 2011.1068/13 Bob Henderson. Mysteries on the Milk (1998) 2011.1068/14 Collection of materials o the Pine Coulee Project, incl. 2 toporgraphic maps of the Claresholm-Stavely area. (1950-1999) 2011.1068/15 Climatic Change in Canada 5: Postglacial Pollen and Paleoclimate in Southwestern Alberta and Southeastern British Columbia (1985) 2011.1068/16 Effects of Agriculture on Forage Production and Soil Quality of Native Grasslands in Southern Alberta. Research Centre, Lethbridge (1999). 2011.1068/17 Materials on the Milk River Aquifer water conservation project (1999) 2011.1068/18 Assorted articles: fragment from “Lakes, Peaks and Prairies” by Thomas O’Neill; “Writing-on-Stone and the Boundary Patrol” from book “Men in Scarlet” by Hugh A. Dempsey; “Water Supply , Southwestern Alberta” by D.B. Dowling; “Final Treaty of Peace” ed. By Hugh A. Dempsey 2011.1068/19 Assorted Images on Milk River and Sweet Grass Hills Country, incl. a photocopy of sketch map of Sweet Grass Hills (1888) and photocopy of map “The Prairies as of 1875” 2011.1068/20 Early Coal Mining in Southern Alberta – articles, survey of mines 2011.1068/21 Materials on the Crowsnest Pass, incl. soil survey [1970s] 2011.1068/22 49th Parallel Project – assorted images 2011.1068/23 Materials on Oil Exploration in Southern Alberta (1906-1937) 2011.1068/24 49th Parallel Project: Canada-US border – issue of precise location (1900-2010) 2011.1068/25 49th Parallel Project: Land Survey (photocopies) (1908-1913) 2011.1068/26 49th Parallel Project: Explorations of George M. Dawson (1875-1999) 2011.1068/27 49th Parallel Project: Whiskey Gap, Del Bonita – Uranium Project (1975-2005) 2011.1068/28 49th Parallel Project: National Register of Historic Places: Upper Missouri River Corridor, and Whoop-Up Trail (1993) 2011.1068/29 Materials on Nicholas Sheran 2011.1068/30 Coal Mines in Lethbridge: newspaper clippings and inventory (1995-2004) 2011.1068/31 Field Trips – Southern Alberta (1991) 2011.1068/32 Early Explorations of Southern Alberta – native tribes, mounted police, etc. (1874-2006) 2011.1068/33 49th Parallel Project: George M. Dawson, Charles S. Noble, Thorbergur Thorvaldson 2011.1068/34 Exploration of Two Passes through the Rocky Mountains by T.W. Blakiston 1858 (photocopy) 2011.1068/35 Blood Tribe Big Claim Inquiry (1994-2007) 2011.1068/36 Castle River Valley: Pilot Study. Oldman River Regional Planning Committee, 1977 2011.1068/37 The Sweetgrass Hills – Cultural Landmarks (1992-1994) 2011.1068/38 Indian Maps Recorded by P. Fidler. By Judith H. Beattie. 1985 2011.1068/39 Alberta Ecological Survey: A Profile [1978] 2011.1068/40 2 maps (photocopies): Southern Alberta, Dept of Interior, 1915; hand-drawn map showing places and routes by Verendrye 1931-53 by M. Kavanagh (1952) 2011.1068/41 Assorted Maps of Southern Alberta (OVER-SIZE STORAGE) - Canada Dept of Mines and Technical Surveys. “Claresholm, Alberta” [map]. Edition 2. 1:50,000. Canada 1:50,000, sheet 821/4 West. Ottawa, 1959. - Canada Dept of Mines and Technical Surveys. “Claresholm, Alberta” [map]. Edition 2. 1:50,000. Canada 1:50,000, sheet 821/4 East. Ottawa, 1959. - Coal Mines of the Lethbridge District (1874 – 1982) - Canada Dept of Lands and Mines. “Province of Alberta” [map]. 1:1,108,000. Canada. Ottawa, 1937. - “Arctic Regions with All the Discoveries to 1853” [facsimile] George Philip & Son, Liverpool [1853]. As reproduced by the Association of Canadian Map Libraries, ACML Facsimile Map Series #111, 1986. SEE ALSO: 20111048 for additional J.F. Dormaar documents and maps
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Public Access
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20111068
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Date Range
2009
Accession No.
20101085001
Physical Description
TIFF digital file
Scope and Content
Looking up at the CPR High Level Bridge. The bridge is shrouded in fog at either early morning or early evening.
  1 image  
Date Range
2009
Creator
Van Christou
Physical Description
TIFF digital file
History / Biographical
Dr. Van E. Christou was born in Lethbridge on January 26, 1923. Through the Canadian Army Officer Training Corps, he attended the University of Alberta, graduating in 1948 with a Doctorate of Dentistry and a Queen’s Commission at the rank of Captain. On a Canadian Eastman Fellowship, he completed postgraduate training in Orthodontics at the University of Rochester from 1948-50. He returned to Lethbridge initially to practice general dentistry with Dr. JS Stewart, later establishing his own Orthodontics practice of 37 years. Van Christou was actively engaged in civic affairs with imagination and wisdom. His vision for accessible liberal arts education was realized in 1967 with the establishment of the University of Lethbridge. He had a mind full of ideas, many of which came to fruition through the sixty years he spent engaged with community affairs. His passion for the arts shaped the character of Lethbridge in many ways including the establishment of the Allied Arts Council, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, the Yates Centre, and the University art collection. His enthusiasm was palpable, his energy unremitting, and his contributions leave this community considerably enhanced. He was honoured by the Blackfoot Nation, who named him “iihhiowdoomoo” (Lead Buffalo). He deeply respected the values of the Blackfoot Nation and took great pride in this honour. Dr. Christou passed away September 27, 2017.
Scope and Content
Looking up at the CPR High Level Bridge. The bridge is shrouded in fog at either early morning or early evening.
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20101085001
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CPR High Level Bridge at Sunset

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Date Range
2009
Accession No.
20101085002
Physical Description
TIFF digital file
Scope and Content
Panoramic evening photo of the CPR High Level Bridge near the end of sunset.
  1 image  
Date Range
2009
Creator
Van Christou
Physical Description
TIFF digital file
History / Biographical
Dr. Van E. Christou was born in Lethbridge on January 26, 1923. Through the Canadian Army Officer Training Corps, he attended the University of Alberta, graduating in 1948 with a Doctorate of Dentistry and a Queen’s Commission at the rank of Captain. On a Canadian Eastman Fellowship, he completed postgraduate training in Orthodontics at the University of Rochester from 1948-50. He returned to Lethbridge initially to practice general dentistry with Dr. JS Stewart, later establishing his own Orthodontics practice of 37 years. Van Christou was actively engaged in civic affairs with imagination and wisdom. His vision for accessible liberal arts education was realized in 1967 with the establishment of the University of Lethbridge. He had a mind full of ideas, many of which came to fruition through the sixty years he spent engaged with community affairs. His passion for the arts shaped the character of Lethbridge in many ways including the establishment of the Allied Arts Council, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, the Yates Centre, and the University art collection. His enthusiasm was palpable, his energy unremitting, and his contributions leave this community considerably enhanced. He was honoured by the Blackfoot Nation, who named him “iihhiowdoomoo” (Lead Buffalo). He deeply respected the values of the Blackfoot Nation and took great pride in this honour. Dr. Christou passed away September 27, 2017.
Scope and Content
Panoramic evening photo of the CPR High Level Bridge near the end of sunset.
Accession No.
20101085002
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Date Range
2009
Accession No.
20101085003
Physical Description
TIFF digital file
Scope and Content
Looking up at the CPR High Level Bridge from the river valley. A train is crossing the bridge.
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Date Range
2009
Creator
Van Christou
Physical Description
TIFF digital file
History / Biographical
Dr. Van E. Christou was born in Lethbridge on January 26, 1923. Through the Canadian Army Officer Training Corps, he attended the University of Alberta, graduating in 1948 with a Doctorate of Dentistry and a Queen’s Commission at the rank of Captain. On a Canadian Eastman Fellowship, he completed postgraduate training in Orthodontics at the University of Rochester from 1948-50. He returned to Lethbridge initially to practice general dentistry with Dr. JS Stewart, later establishing his own Orthodontics practice of 37 years. Van Christou was actively engaged in civic affairs with imagination and wisdom. His vision for accessible liberal arts education was realized in 1967 with the establishment of the University of Lethbridge. He had a mind full of ideas, many of which came to fruition through the sixty years he spent engaged with community affairs. His passion for the arts shaped the character of Lethbridge in many ways including the establishment of the Allied Arts Council, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, the Yates Centre, and the University art collection. His enthusiasm was palpable, his energy unremitting, and his contributions leave this community considerably enhanced. He was honoured by the Blackfoot Nation, who named him “iihhiowdoomoo” (Lead Buffalo). He deeply respected the values of the Blackfoot Nation and took great pride in this honour. Dr. Christou passed away September 27, 2017.
Scope and Content
Looking up at the CPR High Level Bridge from the river valley. A train is crossing the bridge.
Accession No.
20101085003
Collection
Archive
Images
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Aerial of CPR High Level Bridge

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions96033
Date Range
2009
Accession No.
20101085004
Physical Description
TIFF digital file
Scope and Content
Aerial view of the CPR HIgh Level Bridge showing the river valley, the Oldman River, and the west side can be seen on the left upper corner of the photo.
  1 image  
Date Range
2009
Creator
Van Christou
Physical Description
TIFF digital file
History / Biographical
Dr. Van E. Christou was born in Lethbridge on January 26, 1923. Through the Canadian Army Officer Training Corps, he attended the University of Alberta, graduating in 1948 with a Doctorate of Dentistry and a Queen’s Commission at the rank of Captain. On a Canadian Eastman Fellowship, he completed postgraduate training in Orthodontics at the University of Rochester from 1948-50. He returned to Lethbridge initially to practice general dentistry with Dr. JS Stewart, later establishing his own Orthodontics practice of 37 years. Van Christou was actively engaged in civic affairs with imagination and wisdom. His vision for accessible liberal arts education was realized in 1967 with the establishment of the University of Lethbridge. He had a mind full of ideas, many of which came to fruition through the sixty years he spent engaged with community affairs. His passion for the arts shaped the character of Lethbridge in many ways including the establishment of the Allied Arts Council, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, the Yates Centre, and the University art collection. His enthusiasm was palpable, his energy unremitting, and his contributions leave this community considerably enhanced. He was honoured by the Blackfoot Nation, who named him “iihhiowdoomoo” (Lead Buffalo). He deeply respected the values of the Blackfoot Nation and took great pride in this honour. Dr. Christou passed away September 27, 2017.
Scope and Content
Aerial view of the CPR HIgh Level Bridge showing the river valley, the Oldman River, and the west side can be seen on the left upper corner of the photo.
Accession No.
20101085004
Collection
Archive
Images
Less detail
Other Name
LAERDAL FAMILY TRAINING KIT
Date Range From
1990
Date Range To
2000
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
CARDBOARD, PLASTIC, PAPER
Catalogue Number
P20160032000
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
LAERDAL FAMILY TRAINING KIT
Date Range From
1990
Date Range To
2000
Materials
CARDBOARD, PLASTIC, PAPER
No. Pieces
9
Length
61.5
Width
32.7
Diameter
16
Description
A. CARDBOARD AND PLASTIC CPR TRAINING MANNEQUIN: 44CM LONG X 12CM WIDE X 22.5CM DEEP. MANNEQUIN FOR SIMULATING CPR TRAINING; PEACH CARDBOARD BASE WITH PINK PLASTIC MODELED FACE AT ONE END, A WHITE PLASTIC BAG IN THE CENTER BELOW THE “NECK” AND A WHITE PLASTIC ROUND BELLOW WITH A BLACK CIRCLE ON SURFACE AT THE END. PLASTIC FACE IS FIXED TO CARDBOARD WITH OPAQUE WHITE PLASTIC FITTINGS. CARDBOARD NECK HAS PERFORATED ARROWS ON SIDES TO INDICATE RAISING THE CARDBOARD PIECE INTO THE NECK. BOTTOM OF BELLOW HAS GREY PLASTIC DIAL TO TURN TO “ON” AND “OFF” POSITIONS. OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. B. CARDBOARD BOX: 61.5CM LONG X 32.7CM WIDE X 16 CM DEEP. PALE WHITE/CREAM CARDBOARD BOX WITH BLACK AND RED TEXT ALONG SIDES READING “LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER.” BOTTOM EDGE HAS TEXT “OPEN OTHER END” PRINTED IN BLACK; TOP EDGE HAS TEXT “CONTENTS: 1 FAMILY CPR TRAINER AND ACCESS, 1 VIDEO TAPE: “AN INTRODUCTION TO LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER”, 1 INTRODUCTION SHEET, RECOMMENDED FOR USE DURING OR AFTER AN AUTHORIZED CPR TRAINING PROGRAM. LAERDAL MEDICAL CORPORATION, ONE LABRIOLA COURT, ARMONK, NY 10504, 800-648-1851.” FRONT SIDES HAVE GREYSCALE IMAGES OF A WOMAN LEANING OVER A LAERDAL CPR TRAINING MANNEQUIN. YELLOW AND WHITE TAPE ALONG TOP AND BOTTOM SIDES. FRONT SIDE HAS TEXT WRITTEN ON IN BLUE INK “BONNIE WILLIAMS”. BOX IS OPEN AT ONE END; BOX IS CREASED ALONG BOTTOM EDGE AND IS DISCOLORED AND FADED. BOX IS IN OVERALL GOOD CONDITION. C. MANUAL, “LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER”: 28.2CM LONG X 43CM WIDE. INSTRUCTION SHEET FOR ASSEMBLING “LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER.” WHITE PAPER WITH BLACK AND RED TEXT AND IMAGES FOR INSTRUCTIONS, DOUBLE-SIDED. FRONT HAS “LAERDAL” LOGO IN BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER. TEXT ALONG BOTTOM EDGE READS, “LCI PART NO. FT2338, REV 12/15/92, [COPYRIGHT SYMBOL] 1992, LAERDAL MEDICAL CORP., P.O. BOX 190, ONE LABRIOLA COURT, ARMONK, NY 10504, CUSTOMER SERVICE: 800-648-1851, LAERDAL MEDICAL CANADA LTD., 50 IRONSIDE CRES. UNIT NO. 1, SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO, M1X1G4, CUSTOMER SERVICE: 800-265-9987, PATENT PENDING.” INSTRUCTION SHEET IS SEVERELY FOLDED, AND BENT IN AT CORNERS; OVERALL GOOD CONDITION. D. PLASTIC BAG: 12.5CM LONG X 12.3CM WIDE X 2.5CM DEEP. WHITE PLASTIC BAG (“LUNG”) CONTAINED IN UNOPENED PLASTIC PACKAGING. PLASTIC PACKAGING HAS BLACK TEXT “LAERDAL, HELPING SAVE LIVES” AND IMAGE OF TWO FIGURES, ONE BEING BANDAGED (“LAERDAL” LOGO). INSIDE PACKAGING ON SURFACE OF BAG INSIDE ARE FIVE SMALL, CIRCULAR WHITE COTTON PADS. PLASTIC PACKAGING IS UNOPENED; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. E. DISINFECTANT WIPES, “RESUSCI”: 16CM WIDE X 8.8CM LONG. WIPES CONTAINED IN PACKETS WITHIN PLASTIC CASING; PLASTIC CASING IS RIPPED AT TOP RIGHT CORNER AND DOWN RIGHT SIDE; FOUR WIPES PACKETS ARE CONTAINED. PACKETS HAVE RED AND BLACK LABELS WITH THE IMAGE OF A WIPE CLEANING A MANNEQUIN MOUTH AND TEXT “RESUSCI MANIKIN WIPE, CONTAINS 1 PAD SOAKED IN 70% ETHYL ALCOHOL, CAT. NO.: 15 24 00, 50 EA., CAT. NO.: 15 24 01, 1200 EA.” BACKS OF PACKETS HAVE 4-STEP DIRECTIONS TO CLEAN MANNEQUIN; LAERDAL LOGO PRINTED IN BLACK IN THE BOTTOM LEFT CORNER OF THE PACKET, TEXT ALONG TOP LEFT EDGE READING “MADE IN NORWAY”. RIGHT PACKETS ARE BENT IN AT TOP RIGHT CORNER WHERE PLASTIC PACKAGING IS OPENED; OVERALL GOOD CONDITION. G. VIDEO CASSETTE TAPE: 18.8CM LONG X 10.3CM WIDE X 2.5CM DEEP. BLACK PLASTIC VIDEO CASSETTE TAPE; FRONT HAS TWO CLEAR PANELS TO SEE BLACK RIBBON ON WHITE PLASTIC SPOOL; FRONT HAS WHITE LABEL WITH BLACK TEXT “AN INTRODUCTION TO YOUR LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER, APPROXIMATE RUNNING TIME: 13 MINUTES, COPYRIGHT 1992, LAERDAL MEDICAL CORPORATION, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, PATENT PENDING, ONE LABRIOLA COURT ARMONK, N.Y. 10504, 1 (800) 431-1055” WITH BLACK AND RED “LAERDAL” LOGO IN BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER. FRONT HAS TEXT INSCRIBED ALONG TOP EDGE OF CASSETTE: “INSERT THIS SIDE INTO RECORDER, DO NOT TOUCH THE TAPE INSIDE, VHS.” BACK HAS TWO WHITE PLASTIC SPOOLS EMBEDDED. TAPE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. F. CASE FOR VIDEO CASSETTE TAPE: 19CM LONG X 10.6CM WIDE X 2.7CM DEEP. WHITE CARDBOARD PACKAGING; FRONT HAS BLACK AND RED TEXT READING “AN INTRODUCTION TO YOUR LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER” AND IMAGES OF PEOPLE GATHERED AROUND USING THE CPR TRAINERS; SIDES HAVE BLACK AND WHITE TEXT READING “AN INTRODUCTION TO YOUR LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER” AND A RED AND BLACK LAERDAL COMPANY LOGO WITH MOTTO “HELPING SAVE LIVES”; BACK HAS TEXT IN BLACK “THIS VIDEO CONTAINS COLOR CODED SECTIONS ON THE FOLLOWING:” AND RED, BLUE AND YELLOW BANNERS WITH BLACK TEXT READING: ASSEMBLY, PRACTICING CPR, TAKING CARE OF YOUR LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER”, WITH BLACK TEXT BELOW: “CPR CAN HELP SAVE THE LIFE OF SOMEONE YOU LOVE. FREQUENT PRACTICE OF THESE SKILLS WILL KEEP YOU PREPARED JUST IN CASE. THIS VIDEO IS DESIGNED TO HELP YOU GET THE MOST OUT OF THE LAERDAL FAMILY CPR TRAINER. PRACTICE OFTEN AND ENCOURAGE FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO LEARN CPR TOO. THIS VIDEO DOES NOT TAKE THE PLACE OF A FORMAL CPR TRAINING COURSE.” BACK HAS BLACK TEXT IN BOTTOM LEFT CORNER “[COPYRIGHT SYMBOL] 1992 LAERDAL MEDICAL CORPORATION, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED” WITH RED AND BLACK “LAERDAL” LOGO IN BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER. CASE IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION AND SHOWS MINOR WEAR. H. PLASTIC BAG: 59CM LONG X 32CM WIDE. CLEAR PLASTIC BAG WITH OPENING AT ONE END. BAG IS CRINKLED AND CREASED. BAG IN OVERALL GOOD CONDITION. I. CARDBOARD BODY FOR CPR TRAINING MANNEQUIN: 39CM LONG X 32.7CM WIDE X 12.7CM DEEP. PEACH CARDBOARD TORSO; “LAERDAL” LOGO PRINTED IN BLACK INK ON THE FRONT LEFT SIDE; OPAQUE WHITE PLASTIC STRAP ON FRONT LEFT SIDE. FRONT OF THE TORSO HAS OUTLINE OF RIBS AND PRINTED PURPLE CIRCLES FOR NIPPLES, AND PERFORATED EDGE TO FOLD BENEATH OUTLINED RIBCAGE. CARDBOARD TORSO HAS AN OPENING AT THE BASE, OPENING AT THE TOP BETWEEN CARDBOARD TO FORM NECK AND SHOULDERS, AND AN OPENING AT THE BACK. CARDBOARD SHOWS MINOR SIGN OF WEAR; BACK HAS GRIME SPOT LOWER RIGHT OF OPENING; FRONT AND SIDES HAVE GRIME AND INK STAINS ON SURFACE, AND FRONT SHOWS SIGNS OF WORN PAINT ON CARDBOARD AROUND RIBS AND LOWER EDGE. CARDBOARD AT BACK OF THE NECK OPENING IS FOLDED BACK ALONG UPPER EDGE; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION.
Subjects
DOCUMENTARY ARTIFACT
Historical Association
HEALTH SERVICES
History
ON OCTOBER 19, 2016, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN INTERVIWED BONNIE JAMES ABOUT HER DONATION OF A CPR TRAINING KIT TO THE MUSEUM. JAMES WORKED AS A LIFEGUARD, A FIRST AID INSTRUCTOR WITH ST. JOHN’S AMBULANCE, AND AT LETHBRIDGE EMS. WHEN ASKED ABOUT HOW SHE ACQUIRED THE CRP TRAINER, JAMES RECALLED, “I USED TO TEACH FOR ST. JOHN AMBULANCE. THAT WAS THE BEGINNING OF MY CAREER PATH…WE HAD A CONTEST…OF SOME SORT - AND THIS WAS ONE OF THE ITEMS THAT WAS GIVEN AWAY, AND SO, AS AN INSTRUCTOR, I WAS IN THE CONTEST – SO, THAT WAS MY PRIZE FROM THEM.” “[THE CONTEST] WOULD HAVE BEEN IN THE EARLY ‘90S…SOMEWHERE BETWEEN ‘90 TO ’93-ISH.” “THIS IS ST. JOHN AMBULANCE FROM LETHBRIDGE. THEY USED TO BE UP ON 2ND AVENUE NORTH IN THE HOMESTEAD VILLAGE MALL BUILDING THERE, AND THAT’S WHERE WE FIRST STARTED TAKING CLASSES, AND WHERE I TOOK MY INSTRUCTOR COURSE.” “I USED IT A FEW TIMES…MORE LIKE A RE-CERTIFICATION FOR SOME FRIENDS THAT NEEDED, WHO SAID “I NEED MY CPR REDONE. CAN YOU DO IT?” WE USED IT MORE AS THAT HANDS-ON SIMULATOR. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE USED TO TEACH WAS THAT, PEOPLE, EVEN IN THE TIME THAT WE WERE DOING MOUTH-TO-MOUTH TYPE THING, PEOPLE DIDN’T FEEL COMFORTABLE IN THE CLASS, YOU’D JUST SAY “OH, JUST SIMULATE”. YOU’D JUST LEAN DOWN BESIDE THEM AND SAY “BLOW” INSTEAD OF ACTUALLY BLOWING INTO THE MOUTH OF THE DOLL. THIS ONE WAS USED MORE IN THAT CONTEXT. IT WAS NEVER A FULL-USE DUMMY, I GUESS YOU’D CALL IT.” JAMES SPOKE ABOUT THE CHANGE IN THE RESUSCITATION TRAINING KITS, NOTING, “WE HAD SOME DIFFERENT TOOLS, JUST BECAUSE THIS ONE IS MORE…LIGHT USE. THEY CALLED IT A FAMILY TRAINER. THERE’S…CARDBOARD IN THE FACE DEFINITELY. THEY WERE CALLED ‘RESUSCI-ANNIE’S’ BACK THEN. THE FACE WAS MADE AFTER A GIRL NAMED ‘ANNIE,’ AND THEY ALL LOOKED THE SAME…A LOT OF THEM WERE FULL-BODY DOLLS… THEN THEY WERE COMING OUT WITH, TOWARDS THE END, WHEN I WAS TEACHING, THEY WERE CALLED ACTAR’S, AND THEY WERE THESE PLASTIC, ROBOTIC-LOOKING GENERIC THINGS THAT WEREN’T NEARLY AS REALISTIC-LOOKING. FOR DURABILITY AND COST, THEY FELT THEY GOT THE SAME TRAINING VALUE OUT OF IT, BUT THEY KIND OF GOT AWAY. THE OTHER REASON THAT THEY CHANGED WAS BECAUSE EVERY TIME THEY USED ‘ANNIE’S’ FACE, THEY HAD TO PAY AN HONORARIUM BACK…BECAUSE THEY WERE USING HER LIKENESS.” “THAT BECAME ONE OF THE OTHER THINGS, IN THE DAY AND AGE OF TALKING ABOUT COMMUNICABLE DISEASES, AND WORRIES ABOUT STERILIZATION…BECAUSE THESE DOLLS – THIS HAS A PLASTIC FACE, BUT YOU WOULD HAVE TO HAVE IT ALL CLEANED OFF. WE WERE CHANGING LUNGS…THE ACTAR’S WERE JUST HARD PLASTIC. YOU JUST CHUCKED THEM IN THE BLEACH, AND THEY WERE CLEAN, AND YOU WENT ON…THEY CAME IN WHAT THEY CALLED SQUADRONS. A SQUADRON WAS A BAG OF EIGHT, SO EVERYBODY IN THE CLASS HAD THEIR OWN DOLL, BECAUSE, BACK THEN, WE DID MOUTH-TO-MOUTH, AND THEY HAD TO ACTUALLY BLOW INTO THE DOLL, SO IT WAS CONTAMINATED BY THAT PERSON. AT THE END OF THE CLASS, AT THE END OF THE DAY, US INSTRUCTORS WOULD JUST GO AND CLEAN THEM ALL…IF YOU ARE ACTUALLY GOING TO USE [THIS DOLL]…YOU CAN SIMULATE…BUT IF IT WAS, SAY, A FAMILY, OR SOMEBODY THAT YOU WEREN’T WORRIED ABOUT CONTAMINATION, IT WASN’T AS BIG A DEAL TO HAVE TO GENTLY CLEAN, INSTEAD OF HAVING TO KIND OF DO THE DEEP CLEAN.” MACLEAN ASKED JAMES WHY SHE HAD CHOSEN TO RETAIN AND DONATE THE TRAINING KIT TO THE MUSEUM, AND JAMES ELABORATED, “IT’S SOMEWHAT, WHAT WE CALL ARCHAIC NOW. WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT IS ELECTRONIC…AND THIS IS A SIMPLE MODEL. CPR HAS BEEN EFFECTIVE FOR YEARS…AND THIS IS JUST A WAY THAT THEY HAD PUT OUT FOR TEACHING CPR, AND PRACTICING CPR, TO THE PUBLIC SO, JUST THINKING OF THE HISTORY OF THE MUSEUM AS THE HOSPITAL, THAT KIND OF TRAINING – THAT IT WOULD BE KIND OF NEAT FOR KIDS TO SEE IT, IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE, THAT’S WHAT WE USED TO DO; THAT’S HOW WE USED TO PRACTICE AND LEARN THINGS,” “I’M TOO MUCH OF A COLLECTOR. SOME OF IT JUST DIDN’T SEEM LIKE IT SHOULD BE JUST THROWN AWAY. IT WAS NEAT; IT WAS PART OF SOMETHING THAT I DID…IT WAS PART OF MY PAST. I GUESS I THOUGHT, MAYBE I’LL USE IT AGAIN. I TAUGHT UNTIL…IT’S PROBABLY BEEN 7 OR 8 YEARS SINCE I’VE TAUGHT, SO UNTIL THAT POINT…THE IDEA [WITH THE LAERDAL TRAINING KITS WAS]…IF PEOPLE HAVE THEM AT HOME, THEN THEY WOULD PRACTICE MORE OFTEN, INSTEAD OF THE JUST ONCE A YEAR THEY COME TO DO THE COURSE.” “I JUST THOUGHT, THIS IS A PART OF HOW THINGS WERE, WHEN I WAS A YOUNG ADULT. THEY ARE SO DIFFERENT NOW, AND THEY WILL BE SO MUCH MORE DIFFERENT IN ANOTHER 15-20-30 YEARS…NOW WE KNOW THAT CPR IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN ANYTHING. CPR IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN THE DRUGS THAT WE GIVE AT WORK, SO WHEN IT COMES TO SAVING SOMEONE’S LIFE, WHO IS IN ARREST, THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING THAT CAN BE DONE…THE SKILL IS SOMETHING THAT HAS KIND OF STOOD THE TEST OF TIME. IT’S GONE IN AND OUT OF FAVOR, BUT IT’S NICE NOW, WITH ALL THE SCIENCE-BASED STUFF THAT WE HAVE, AND THE COMMUNICATION WORLD-WIDE, AND THE INTERACTION, THAT THEY CAN NOW GO BACK NOW AND SAY “YEAH, WE KNOW THIS WORKS.” THIS IS THE #1 THING THAT WORKS, SO THIS IS STILL REALLY IMPORTANT FOR EVERYONE TO LEARN, OR AS MANY PEOPLE AS WE CAN, TO TRY TO GET TO LEARN HOW TO DO THIS. BECAUSE THIS IS KIND OF THE “BE ALL: END ALL”…ALL OUR FANCY MACHINES AND EVERYTHING HELP, BUT THE SIMPLE ACT OF ONE PERSON PUSHING ON ANOTHER PERSON’S CHEST, TO MOVE SOME BLOOD, IS THE BEST THING.” FOR MORE INFORMATION INCLUDING THE FULL INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTION, PLEASE SEE THE PERMANENT FILE P20160032000-GA.
Catalogue Number
P20160032000
Acquisition Date
2016-09
Collection
Museum
Images
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Scene and Heard -- Mar 2009 -- television program

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions97812
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161111387
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
Scope and Content
Wedding Wish Contest. Comments by Kristina, Casa Moda, and Angeline, Bells and Bows Lethbridge Kodiaks at the National Championship. Comments by Brad Karren, Head Coach, and Bonnie Smith, player. Wedding Wish Contest. Comments by Kathy Wilson, Ric's Grill LCI Jazz Band's upcoming performance wit…
Date Range
2009
Description Level
Item
Creator
Global Television Lethbridge
CISA
Physical Description
Betamax tape; digital copy available
History / Biographical
"Scene and Heard" (Scene & Heard) is a non-news regional lifestyle show produced by Global Television and prodcasted in Lethbridge region. The show deals mainly with community events, hosted by Mark Campbell.
Scope and Content
Wedding Wish Contest. Comments by Kristina, Casa Moda, and Angeline, Bells and Bows Lethbridge Kodiaks at the National Championship. Comments by Brad Karren, Head Coach, and Bonnie Smith, player. Wedding Wish Contest. Comments by Kathy Wilson, Ric's Grill LCI Jazz Band's upcoming performance with the Foothills Brass. Comments by Larisa Koskowich, Jessica Oliver, and Elisha Lister Wedding Wish Contest. Comments by Alba Rodriguez, Piel Bonita Pets Connection: Lethbridge Humane Society - Animal Shelter
Accession No.
20161111387
Collection
Archive
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