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Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors Exhibit: Rough Cut

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Date Range
2002
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20061000001
Physical Description
VHS videotape 09 minutes 20 seconds
Scope and Content
The video consists of the raw footage taken by Morton Molyneux of K2 Communications for the video about the Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors exhibit produced by the Sir Alexander Galt Museum and Archives and its partners. The footage includes shots of the exhibit and visitors to it, and the opening ceremoni…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
2002
Creator
K2 Communications
Physical Description
VHS videotape 09 minutes 20 seconds
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
Blackfoot
English
Scope and Content
The video consists of the raw footage taken by Morton Molyneux of K2 Communications for the video about the Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors exhibit produced by the Sir Alexander Galt Museum and Archives and its partners. The footage includes shots of the exhibit and visitors to it, and the opening ceremonies for the exhibit.
Accession No.
20061000001
Collection
Archive
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Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors Exhibit: Finished Production

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Date Range
2002
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20061000002
Physical Description
VHS videotape 10 minutes 02 seconds
Scope and Content
The video consists of the raw footage taken by Morton Molyneux of K2 Communications for the video about the Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors exhibit produced by the Sir Alexander Galt Museum and Archives and its partners. The video - narrated by exhibit project manager Wilma Wood - includes shots of the exh…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
2002
Creator
K2 Communications
Physical Description
VHS videotape 10 minutes 02 seconds
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
Blackfoot
English
Scope and Content
The video consists of the raw footage taken by Morton Molyneux of K2 Communications for the video about the Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors exhibit produced by the Sir Alexander Galt Museum and Archives and its partners. The video - narrated by exhibit project manager Wilma Wood - includes shots of the exhibit and visitors to it, and the opening ceremonies for the exhibit. The opening ceremonies include speeches by various politicians as well as a performance of Blackfoot traditional dancing.
Accession No.
20061000002
Collection
Archive
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Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors Exhibit: Video Production Fonds

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Date Range
2002
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20061000000
Physical Description
2 VHS videotapes
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of the raw footage and finished production done by Morton Molyneux of K2 Communications for the Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors exhibit produced by the Sir Alexander Galt Museum and Archives and its partners.
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
2002
Creator
K2 Communications
Physical Description
2 VHS videotapes
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The video was commissioned by the Sir Alexander Galt Museum and Archives to promote the Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors exhibit. It was produced by Morton Molyneuz of K2 Communications.
Language
Blackfoot
English
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of the raw footage and finished production done by Morton Molyneux of K2 Communications for the Akaitapiiwa - Ancestors exhibit produced by the Sir Alexander Galt Museum and Archives and its partners.
Accession No.
20061000000
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Archive
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Closing of St. Mary the Virigin Anglican Church in Lethbridge

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Date Range
August 2003
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20101122000
Physical Description
1 DVD 05 minutes 47 seconds and 59 minutes 23 seconds
Scope and Content
The DVD contains two items. The first is a report by Mark Campbell of the program "Global Noon Hour" on the closing of St. Mary the Virigin Church. The second is a recording of the last service held in the church on Thursday, 14 August 2003.
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
August 2003
Physical Description
1 DVD 05 minutes 47 seconds and 59 minutes 23 seconds
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
The DVD contains two items. The first is a report by Mark Campbell of the program "Global Noon Hour" on the closing of St. Mary the Virigin Church. The second is a recording of the last service held in the church on Thursday, 14 August 2003.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20101122000
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Archive
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Buddhist Temple of Southern Alberta Dedication Service

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Date Range
26 April 2009
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20111016000
Physical Description
1 DVD 1 hour 35 minutes
Scope and Content
Buddhist Temple of Southern Alberta dedication service.
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
26 April 2009
Creator
K2 Communications
Physical Description
1 DVD 1 hour 35 minutes
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
"By the 1990's it was becoming increasingly difficult to maintain membership in the [Honpa Buddhist] temple ... In 2003 the President's report to the AGM [annual general meeting] included the following: 'The combination of declining membership in southern Alberta requires that the southern Alberta Sangha must grow to continue to support the existing membership. It is my view that this can only happen if there is a vibrant Sangha that will accept anyone adhering to the purpose and affiliation of the Society'. Thus will only happen if the Sangha has a solid base in a single building and a congregation that welcomes all new members according to the Eightfold Path and encourages them to learn about Buddhism. Accomplishing this will require profound changes, including the merger of the Lethbridge and Honpa Buddhist Temples.' In May 2004, with the support of the membership, David Major wrote a letter to the Lethbridge Buddhist Association president Dr. Akira Ichikawa, proposing that the two temples strike a steering committee to discuss the challenges and solutions of amalgamating our memberships. This proposal was carried forward to the Buddhist Association of Alberta which struck a Temple Steering Committee with the idea of including Raymond, Taber and Coaldale in the discussion of amalgamation. The BFA moved slowly toward resolving this issue culminating in a 'town hall' meeting on November 26.2005 at which a recommendation to send a secret ballot to every member of every temple asking if he / she felt that amalgamation should take place. This referendum took place in early 2006 and support at each temple was in excess of 80%. Eventually, the inaugural meeting of the Buddhist Temple of Southern Alberta (BTSA) took place in December 2006." [Source: "Lethbridge Honpa Buddhist Church Closing Service September 21, 2008", by David Major]
Language
English
Japanese
Custodial History
The Galt Museum and Archives hired Morton Molyneux of K2 Communications to film the dedication service.
Scope and Content
Buddhist Temple of Southern Alberta dedication service.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20111016000
Collection
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McIntyre Ranch Country: Songs of the West

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Date Range
2003
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20101123000
Physical Description
CD 64 minutes 46 seconds
Scope and Content
McIntyre Ranch Country: Songs of the West. Arrangements by Howard Cable. Songs performed by the University of Lethbridge Singers include: Home on the Range, Calgary Roundup, Lady K.D. Lang, Cowboys & Rodeos, Four Strong Winds.Songs performed by the Lethbridge Community Band Society's Gold Band incl…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
2003
Creator
McIntyre Ranching Company Limited
Physical Description
CD 64 minutes 46 seconds
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
McIntyre Ranch Country: Songs of the West. Arrangements by Howard Cable. Songs performed by the University of Lethbridge Singers include: Home on the Range, Calgary Roundup, Lady K.D. Lang, Cowboys & Rodeos, Four Strong Winds.Songs performed by the Lethbridge Community Band Society's Gold Band include: Alberta Bound, Fiat Lux, Good Medicine (in four parts), Snake Fence Country, MacIntyre Ranch Country. Songs performed by Erin Thrall include: Wind in the Wire, Code of the West, Bury Me Out on the Lone Prairie.
Notes
This CD is compyrighted. Permission to reproduce it in whole or in part must be obtained.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20101123000
Collection
Archive
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Our Beloved Otera: Memories of Raymond Buddhist Temple

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Date Range
2006
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20071053000
Physical Description
1 DVD
Scope and Content
"Our Beloved Otera: Memories of Raymond Buddhist Temple", produced and written by Temple Historian Reyko Nishiyama with the assistance of Harry Sugimoto, David Tanaka and Robin Nishiyama. The production is a history of the Raymond Buddhist Temple drawn from the memories of Mrs. Nishiyama.
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
2006
Creator
Reyko Nishiyama
Physical Description
1 DVD
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The donor was a member of the Raymond Buddhist Temple from the time of its formation to the time of its dissolution, a period of 77 years.
Language
English
Scope and Content
"Our Beloved Otera: Memories of Raymond Buddhist Temple", produced and written by Temple Historian Reyko Nishiyama with the assistance of Harry Sugimoto, David Tanaka and Robin Nishiyama. The production is a history of the Raymond Buddhist Temple drawn from the memories of Mrs. Nishiyama.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20071053000
Collection
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Television Commercial for the Galt Museum and Archives Exhibit "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors"

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Date Range
May 2002
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20021040001
Physical Description
VHS vidoetape 50 seconds
Scope and Content
Television commercial for the Galt Museum and Archives exhibit "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors".
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
May 2002
Creator
COGO Productions
Physical Description
VHS vidoetape 50 seconds
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" exhibit was organized with the cooperation of the British Museum in London, England and Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Ontario, who each possess parts of a collection of Blood artifacts originally acquired by Maude Deane-Freeman and her husband Frederick, who was the issuer of rations on the Blood Reserve from 1884 to 1900. A group of 16 Blood elders provided guidance and advice regarding the creation of the exhibit. Arni Brownstone of the Royal Ontario Museum curated the exhibit and Wilma Wood, former Director of the Galt Museum and Archives, was the project manager. Twenty-eight private and government sponsors supported the "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" exhibit through direct financial assistance or donations in kind. The exhibit ran from 1 May to 15 September 2002. For more information about the "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" exhibit, refer to the book "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" in the Archives.
Language
English
Scope and Content
Television commercial for the Galt Museum and Archives exhibit "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors".
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20021040001
Collection
Archive
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Opening of the Galt Museum and Archives Exhibit "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors"

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Date Range
3 May 2002
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20021040002
Physical Description
VHS vidoetape 1hour, 3 minutes, 20 seconds
Scope and Content
The videotape includes a preview of the exhibit without visitors present and the setting up of several teepees on the grounds of the Galt Museum and Archives. Also included is a tour of the exhibit by Louis Soop (Blood advisor), Wilma Wood (project manager) and Jonathan King (curator, British Museu…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
3 May 2002
Physical Description
VHS vidoetape 1hour, 3 minutes, 20 seconds
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
The videotape includes a preview of the exhibit without visitors present and the setting up of several teepees on the grounds of the Galt Museum and Archives. Also included is a tour of the exhibit by Louis Soop (Blood advisor), Wilma Wood (project manager) and Jonathan King (curator, British Museum). The vidoetape also includes a preview of the exhibit by members of the Blood Tribe.
Notes
The videotape is the first of two. The tapes are not edited.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20021040002
Collection
Archive
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"Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" Exhibit Fonds

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Date Range
3 May 2002
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20021040000
Physical Description
Four VHS vidoetapes
Scope and Content
The fonds includes four videotapes. One is a televison commercial for the exhibit, two are of the opening of the exhibit, and the fourth is a copy of a film commemorating the 50th anniversary of the arrival of the North West Mounted Police at Fort Macleod.
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
3 May 2002
Physical Description
Four VHS vidoetapes
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" exhibit was organized with the cooperation of the British Museum in London, England and the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Ontario, who each possess parts of a collection of Blood artifacts originally acquired by Maude Deane-Freeman and her husband Frederick, who was the issuer of rations on the Blood Reserve from 1884 to 1900. A group of 16 Blood elders provided guidance and advice regarding the creation of the exhibit. Arni Brownstone of the Royal Ontario Museum curated the exhibit and Wilma Wood, former Director of the Galt Museum and Archives, was the project manager. Twenty-eight private and government sponsors supported the "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" exhibit through direct financial assistance or donations in kind. The exhibit ran from 1 May to 15 September 2002. For more information about the "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" exhibit, refer to the book "Akaitapiiwa / Ancestors" in the Archives.
Language
English
Scope and Content
The fonds includes four videotapes. One is a televison commercial for the exhibit, two are of the opening of the exhibit, and the fourth is a copy of a film commemorating the 50th anniversary of the arrival of the North West Mounted Police at Fort Macleod.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20021040000
Collection
Archive
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