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Centennial Committee For Recognition-Legacy Ridge Project fonds

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Date Range
1912-1924, 1999-2006
Description Level
Fonds
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20121004
Physical Description
10 files, 21 colour photographs, 1 map
Scope and Content
2012.1004/1 History of Project: A short history of the project from 1995 to 2004.[2004] 2012.1004/2 Correspondence, Photographs, News Clippings: items pertaining to the opening of Legacy Ridge in August 2005.10 Photographs. 2005 2012.1004/3 Women's Studies Papers. 2002-2004 2012.1004/4 Package for …
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1912-1924, 1999-2006
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10 files, 21 colour photographs, 1 map
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Beginning in 1995 a group of Lethbridge initiated the process of getting one of the new neighbourhoods in Lethbridge to name its streets after women that had contributed to the community. Under the leadership of chairperson Irma Dogterom, a committee was formed in 1999; members were: Irma Dogterom (Chair), Linda Cody, Georgia Fooks, Trish Hagen, Mary Oordt, Joan Nebelski, and Alderman Barbara Lacey. Frances Weaselfat joined the group and aided with fundraising initiatives. When Lethbridge City Council announced the development of a park northwest of 13th Street and 26th Avenue North the group requested that it be named for a woman. In a presentation to council in June 2001 the committee requested that a planned housing development in that area be named Legacy Ridge instead of Valleyview as was planned and that the streets and parks in the area be named for women. The request was approved and the project opened in August of 2005.
Language
English
Scope and Content
2012.1004/1 History of Project: A short history of the project from 1995 to 2004.[2004] 2012.1004/2 Correspondence, Photographs, News Clippings: items pertaining to the opening of Legacy Ridge in August 2005.10 Photographs. 2005 2012.1004/3 Women's Studies Papers. 2002-2004 2012.1004/4 Package for City Council. 2000-2001 2012.1004/5 Proposal. 2003. 2012.1004/6 Paper ("Common Ground"): list of proposed names. 2004. 2012.1004/7 News Clippings. 1999-2006 2012.1004/8 Lethbridge Herald's Publicity Number, 1912. 1912. 2012.1004/9 News Clippings, Articles, Photographs, 1924, 1998-2004. 11 Photographs, 1 Map. 2012.1004/10 News Clippings. 2004-2005.
Notes
Files found in 2012 Year end box #1
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20121004
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Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20001004000
Physical Description
22 Colour photographs
Scope and Content
001-005 Various views of the Alberta Terminal Elevator on Crowsnest Trail 1999 006—009 Unveiling signs marking mine sites Labour Day 1999; 006 Professor James Tagg University of Lethbridge. Location by Galt #* Mine. Members of the Historical Society in attendance, 007 Left to right: Ernie Snowden L…
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Material Type
Photograph
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
22 Colour photographs
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Irma Dogterom is a local historian, community activist, author of several books and a long-time active member of the Lethbridge Historical Society. Mrs. Dogterom was born in Raymond, Alberta, and moved to Lethbridge a few years later. She attended Westminster School and Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. She was employed by A.E. Cross Studio as photographic lab assistant. She married Jacob Dogterom in 1950. After the four children reached school age, Mrs. Dogterom started working as secretary and library technician at a country school. In 1968 she transferred to Galbraith School as Library Clerk and later to Paterson School. During the summer break, Mrs. Dogterom volunteered at the Galt Museum. After her retirement in 1989, Irma Dogterom dedicated her time to local history research. She helped compile a district local history (Maclean School and Wilson/White School area). In the early 1990s, she took the job of Secretary and Newsletter editor of the Lethbridge Historical Society. As a member of the LHS executive she was involved in preparation of several historical publications and the Newsletter. She is the author of "Where Was It: A Guide to Early Lethbridge Buildings". Irma Dogterom spearheaded the initiative to recognize the contribution of women in the city, which resulted in the Legacy Ridge Project.
Scope and Content
001-005 Various views of the Alberta Terminal Elevator on Crowsnest Trail 1999 006—009 Unveiling signs marking mine sites Labour Day 1999; 006 Professor James Tagg University of Lethbridge. Location by Galt #* Mine. Members of the Historical Society in attendance, 007 Left to right: Ernie Snowden LHS, Julius Peta miner, Willie Plomp Fraternel Order of Eagles and unknown person. 010 – 015 Mine site signs 1999 016 - 022 Coutts, Alberta Railway Station moving to new location east of Stirling. The building is owned by the Great Canadian Plains Railway Society
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20001004000
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Golden Mile Dancers - scrapbook album

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Date Range
1972-1990
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171123
Physical Description
12 cm of photographs, news clippings, descriptions, regulations, and letters.
Scope and Content
20171123/001 - Part 1- Golden Mile Dancers regulations, policies, descriptions, songs, news related stories, and 43 photographs. 1972-1986. 20171123/002 – Part 2 – Holiday cards, elementary drawings, and 63 photographs. 1978- 1987. 20171123/003 – Part 3 – News articles featuring the Golden Mile D…
Date Range
1972-1990
Description Level
Item
Creator
Golden Mile Dancers
Physical Description
12 cm of photographs, news clippings, descriptions, regulations, and letters.
History / Biographical
The “Golden Mile Dancers” were a group of senior’s, who ranged from 65 to 90 years of age and loved to dance for their own enjoyment and the entertainment of others. The group formed between 1971 and 1972. Before their complete formation, they were known as the “Hi Neighbour Club.” However, when the Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization (LSCO) moved to the Southminster United Church basement, the group changed their name to the “Golden Mile Oldtime Dancers.” Originally, the name change was spurred in order to secure a finical grant. As they danced out of the Golden Mile Center, the choice of Golden Mile Oldtime Dancers was truly fitting. Although they received the financial grant, the dancers collectively took to bake sales and janitorial work around the Golden Mile Center to secure future funding. The name was officially changed to the Golden Mile Dancers when the LSCO moved to its present location. The group was well structured, having a set of rules for the president, treasury, and dancers. These guidelines were to remain essential as the dancers highly valued equality among all members. In addition to performing at elderly homes, lodges and public functions, the club sought to promote friendship between the LSCO and other senior groups. For numerous years, they performed at the Canada Day Celebrations in Lethbridge, Whoop-Up Days, Heritage Days, Fort Whoop-Up and the Ag Expo. Michael Pisko, a member of the Golden Mile Dancers, is known for designing the Downtown LA logo. The Golden Mile Dancers also performed in the United States of America. They were widely known throughout the communities of Cut Bank, Shelby, and Billings, Montana. The club danced for nearly 30 years. They disbanded in 2000 due to loss of members and failing health.
Custodial History
Donated by Virginia Birss
Scope and Content
20171123/001 - Part 1- Golden Mile Dancers regulations, policies, descriptions, songs, news related stories, and 43 photographs. 1972-1986. 20171123/002 – Part 2 – Holiday cards, elementary drawings, and 63 photographs. 1978- 1987. 20171123/003 – Part 3 – News articles featuring the Golden Mile Dancers, Michael Pisko, membership, obituaries, and 45 photographs. 1982 – 1990.
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20171123
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The Entrance To Legacy Ridge

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Date Range
30 April 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012021
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the sign at the entrance of Legacy Ridge in north Lethbridge.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
30 April 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the sign at the entrance of Legacy Ridge in north Lethbridge.
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20071012021
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Legacy Ridge Residential Development

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Date Range
30 April 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012025
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of Legacy Ridge residential development.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
30 April 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of Legacy Ridge residential development.
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20071012025
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First Houses Built In The Legacy Ridge Development

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Date Range
11 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012026
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the first houses in the Legacy Ridge development under construction on Mildred Dobbs Boulevard North.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
11 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the first houses in the Legacy Ridge development under construction on Mildred Dobbs Boulevard North.
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20071012026
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Looking East Toward The Legacy Ridge Development

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Date Range
11 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012027
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View Looking east toward the Legacy Ridge development.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
11 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View Looking east toward the Legacy Ridge development.
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20071012027
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Looking Toward Mildred Dobbs Boulevard North in Legacy Ridge

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Date Range
5 June 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012028
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View looking toward Mildred Dobbs Boulevard North in Legacy Ridge. The houses are the first to be built in the Legacy Ridge development.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
5 June 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View looking toward Mildred Dobbs Boulevard North in Legacy Ridge. The houses are the first to be built in the Legacy Ridge development.
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20071012028
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Date Range
7 May-11 June 2007
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012000
Physical Description
28 10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photographs
Scope and Content
Twenty eight colour photographs showing construction of the new residential subdivision Legacy Ridge, as well as views of the former Galt Mine No. 6 site.
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May-11 June 2007
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
28 10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photographs
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
Twenty eight colour photographs showing construction of the new residential subdivision Legacy Ridge, as well as views of the former Galt Mine No. 6 site.
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20071012000
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Legacy Ridge Street Sign: Jessie Robinson Close North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012001
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Jessie Robinson Close North street sign
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Jessie Robinson Close North street sign
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20071012001
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Legacy Ridge Street Signs: Mildred Dobbs Boulevard North and Thyrza Burkitt Link North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012002
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Mildred Dobbs Boulevard N and Thyrza Burkitt Link North signs.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Mildred Dobbs Boulevard N and Thyrza Burkitt Link North signs.
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20071012002
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Legacy Ridge Street Signs: Mildred Dobbs Boulevard North and Lettice Perry Road North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012003
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Mildred Dobbs Boulevard N and Lettice Perry Road N.signs
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Mildred Dobbs Boulevard N and Lettice Perry Road N.signs
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20071012003
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Legacy Ridge Street Signs: Thyrza Burkitt Link North and Thyrza Burkitt Place North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012004
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Thyrza Burkitt Link North and Thyrza Burkitt Place North signs.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Thyrza Burkitt Link North and Thyrza Burkitt Place North signs.
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Accession No.
20071012004
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Legacy Ridge Street Signs: Edith Emma Coe Road North and Florence Ho Leong Crescent North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012005
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Edith Emma Coe Road North and Florence Ho Leong Crescent North signs
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Edith Emma Coe Road North and Florence Ho Leong Crescent North signs
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20071012005
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Legacy Ridge Street Sign: Florence Ho Leong Crescent North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012006
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Florence Ho Leong Crescent North sign
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Florence Ho Leong Crescent North sign
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Accession No.
20071012006
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Legacy Ridge Street Sign: Edith Emma Coe Road North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012007
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Edith Emma Coe Road North sign.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Edith Emma Coe Road North sign.
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Accession No.
20071012007
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Legacy Ridge Street Signs: Edith Emma Coe Road North and Florence Ho Leong Crescent North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012008
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Edith Emma Coe Road North and Florence Ho Leong Crescent North signs.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Edith Emma Coe Road North and Florence Ho Leong Crescent North signs.
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Accession No.
20071012008
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Legacy Ridge Street Sign: Jesse Ursenbach Way North

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Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012009
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Jesse Ursenbach Way North sign.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Jesse Ursenbach Way North sign.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20071012009
Collection
Archive
Images
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Legacy Ridge Street Sign: Thyrza Burkitt Link North

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions38601
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012010
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Thyrza Burkitt Link North sign.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Thyrza Burkitt Link North sign.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20071012010
Collection
Archive
Images
Less detail

Legacy Ridge Street Sign: Thyrza Burkitt Link North

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions38603
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20071012011
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Thyrza Burkitt Link North sign.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
7 May 2007
Description Level
Item
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10.2 x 15.2 cm Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Legacy Ridge includes an area bounded on the south by 26 Avenue North, on the north by 44 Avenue North, on the east by North Scenic Drive and on the west by the coulees. Development of a new residential subdivision within the Legacy Ridge are began in 2004, and continues at the time of this writing. Within the new residential subdivision, all streets and named places bear the names of Lethbridge and southern Alberta women of historical interest. The decision by the City of Lethbridge to honour women in the new subdivision came as the result of a proposal by the Centennial Committee for the Recognition of Women. Formed to investigate ways to honour local women of historical interest as Lethbridge approached the 100th anniversary of it incorporation as a city in 2006, the Committee adopted the idea of naming streets and places in the new Legacy Ridge development after women.
Scope and Content
View of the Thyrza Burkitt Link North sign.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20071012011
Collection
Archive
Images
Less detail

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