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Other Name
ASTROGRAPH AND CASE
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1980
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOD, GLASS, METAL
Catalogue Number
P20120001000
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
ASTROGRAPH AND CASE
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1980
Materials
WOOD, GLASS, METAL
No. Pieces
5
Height
16.1
Length
43.7
Width
25.6
Description
1) ASTROGRAPH. TIN PAINTED BLACK WITH GLASS PANEL. UNDER GLASS ARE TWO SPOOLS CONTAINING STAR MAPS PRINTED ON CLEAR PLASTIC. TOP HAS TWO KNOBS WHICH FEED MAPS ON AND OFF SPOOLS. TOP HAS FLIP SWITCH. RIGHT AND BOTTOM HAVE REMOVABLE PLUGS WITH LIGHT BULBS ATTACHED INSIDE. BEHIND PLUG AT BOTTOM IS TIN LABEL THAT IS ENGRAVED, “CANADA, ASTROGRAPH MK.IA, REF. NO 6B/I82, SER. NO 3697/44.” LABEL ALSO HAS GENERAL ELECTRIC SYMBOL. LEFT SIDE HAS TWO FORKS WITH NUTS AND BOLTS FED THROUGH. RIGHT SIDE HAS ONE FORK WITH NUT AND BOLT. BOTTOM HAS RED RUBBER CAP ATTACHED TO BRASS CHAIN. 2) CASE, WOOD PAINTED SLATE BLUE WITH ALUMINUM HARDWARE. WHITE PAINTED LETTERING ON TOP READS, “CANADA, ASTROGRAPH MKIA, REF. NO. 6B/I82, SERIAL NO. 3697/43.” WITH LETTERING IS PAINTED GENERAL ELECTRIC SYMBOL. LEFT HINGE IS BROKEN. FRONT CENTER OF CASE HAS HANDLE WITH LEATHER STRAP. INSIDE HAS WOODEN DIVIDERS WITH THREE COMPARTMENTS ON RIGHT SIDE. WOODEN SPACERS AND MOUNTS ON LEFT SIDE COVERED WITH WHITE FELT IN SOME AREAS. 3) CAN, TIN. ORANGE RESIDUE AROUND LIP AT RIM. WHITE PAPER LABEL ON FRONT READS, “CANADA, R.C.A.F. 6B/98, 60N – 41N, R.A.F. 6B/193, SW157.” WRITTEN IN PINK HIGHLIGHTER AT TOP RIGHT CORNER OF LABEL IS, “8.” 4) SPARE PLASTIC PLUG WITH GLASS LIGHT BULB. 5) ONE ROUND HEAD BOLT WITH FLATHEAD SLOT AT TOP AND ONE HOMOLOGOUS SIX-SIDED NUT.
Subjects
ASTRONOMICAL T&E
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
MILITARY
EDUCATION
History
DONOR DOUG PATCHING CAME INTO POSSESSION OF ASTROGRAPH AT THE TIME OF HIS FATHER DEL PATCHING’S PASSING ON FEBRUARY 4, 2004. THE ASTROGRAPH WAS LOCATED IN HIS FATHER’S HOME, BUT DONOR DOUG PATCHING RECALLS THE OBJECT, “MOVING AROUND WITH US.” DOUG PATCHING’S EARLIEST RECOLLECTION OF THE ASTROGRAPH’S EXISTENCE WAS WHILE HIS FATHER WAS, “WORKING AT THE LETHBRIDGE AIRPORT, HELPING TO DISMANTLE THE CF-100S. HE WOULD GO OUT DURING THE WINTER AND BRING HOME BUCKETS OF BOLTS.” DEL PATCHING LIVED ON A FARM SOUTH-EAST OF TOWN ON THE NORTH-EAST QUARTER “720 WEST OF THE 4TH NEAR WILSON SIDING.” AT THE TIME OF DONATION, DOUG PATCHING RELATED THAT, “AS A KID, IT WAS KINDA NEAT TO SEE STARS PROJECTED AND EVER SINCE THAT TIME I BOUGHT STAR MAPS. I WAS INSPIRED BY THIS THING.” THE ASTROGRAPH GIVES LONGITUDE, LATITUDE, STAR NAMES AND LOCATION. DOUG PATCHING SAID, “I THINK IT WAS MEMORABILIA, I’VE GOT HIS LOG BOOK WHEN HE WAS IN THE RCAF.” DEL PATCHING SERVED IN 1941/42 TO 1945 IN HALIFAX AS A NAVIGATOR. THE ASTROGRAPH’S LAST KNOWN USE WAS IN THE 1970S/80S AND, “MAY HAVE MADE IT TO WILSON JR. HIGH AS A TEACHER. HE HAD THE FIRST HAND-HELD CALCULATOR OF ANYONE IN SCHOOL.” HE TAUGHT SCIENCE BETWEEN 1970 AND 1980. ACCORDING TO HIS OBITUARY IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, “DEL PATCHING WAS BORN IN ETZIKOM ALBERTA IN 1918. HE GRADUATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA WITH A B.SC (AGRICULTURE) IN 1939. FROM 1942 TO 1945 HE SERVED IN THE R.C.A.F. AS A NAVIGATOR WITH THE RANK OF FLIGHT SERGEANT, MAINLY FLYING NIGHTTIME IN HALIFAX BOMBING MISSIONS TO WESTERN EUROPE. FOLLOWING DISCHARGE, DEL PATCHING WORKED AT THE LETHBRIDGE AGRICULTURAL STATION IN 1945. IN 1946 HE MOVED TO THE FAMILY FARM NEAR WILSON SIDING WHERE HE FARMED FOR 26 YEARS. IN 1970, PATCHING COMPLETED A DEGREE IN EDUCATION AND LEFT FARMING TO TAKE UP A CAREER AS A TEACHER AT WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN LETHBRIDGE UNTIL 1980 WHEN HE RETIRED. DEL PATCHING PASSED AWAY ON FEBRUARY 5, 2004 “ FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P20120001000
Acquisition Date
2012-01
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
LANTERN SLIDE BINDING STRIPS
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
PAPER
Catalogue Number
P19970071014
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
LANTERN SLIDE BINDING STRIPS
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Materials
PAPER
No. Pieces
49
Height
1.4
Length
21
Width
4
Description
ORANGE RECTANGULAR BOX WITH BLACK PRINTING. READS "100 IDEAL LANTERN SLIDE BINDING STRIPS MANUFACTURED BY BURKE & JAMES, INC. CHICAGO, U.S.A.". INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE ALONG SIDE. CONTAINS 48 BLACK PAPER ADHESIVE STRIPS. FLAPS ON ONE END OF BOX ARE WORN, WITH ONE PIECE MISSING. BOX IS WORN THROUGHOUT.
Subjects
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
TRADES
History
USED BY DONOR'S FATHER, HARRY BOYSE, WHO WORKED AS A PROJECTIONIST AT THE SHACKLEFORD THEATRES. FOR MORE HISTORY, SEE P19970071001-GA. *UPDATE* IN 2014 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT JANE EDMUNDSON CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF ART OBJECTS, INCLUDING A PORTRAIT OF ALFRED WILLIAM SHACKLEFORD (P20060025001-GA), OWNER OF THE SHACKLEFORD THEATRES. THE FOLLOWING BIOGRAPHY OF MAYOR SHACKLEFORD WAS DEVELOPED WITH INFORMATION FROM ARCHIVES CANADA ONLINE AND A LETHBRIDGE HERALD TRIBUTE ARTICLE FROM MAY 31, 1992. A.W. SHACKLEFORD WAS BORN IN ESSEX, ENGLAND IN 1899 AND CAME TO CALGARY WITH HIS PARENTS IN 1909. AFTER HIGH SCHOOL HE TRAINED AS A DRAFTSMAN BUT WAS EMPLOYED BY THE FILM EXCHANGE AND FOX FILMS. IN 1921 HE WAS HIRED TO MANAGED THE KING'S THEATRE IN LETHBRIDGE AND BECAME ASSOCIATED WITH MARK ROGERS, A LETHBRIDGE BUSINESSMAN WHO OWNED THREE LOCAL MOVIE THEATRES. SHACKLEFORD ALSO BECAME PARTNER IN THE AMUSEMENT COMPANY THAT OPENED THE HENDERSON LAKE PAVILLION IN 1924. BY 1925 HE WAS PART-OWNER OF THE FORMER EMPRESS THEATRE ON 5TH AVENUE SOUTH, RENAMING IT THE ROXY. HE THEN TEAMED UP WITH THE FAMOUS PLAYERS COMPANY TO REMODEL THE FORMER PALACE THEATRE AND RENAME IT THE CAPITOL. SHACKLEFORD ALSO OPENED THE THEATRE IN THE FORMER COLLEGE MALL, BUILT THE 960-SEAT PARAMOUNT THEATRE ON 4TH AVENUE SOUTH, AND TOOK OVER OPERATION OF THE DIRVE-IN THEATRE AT THE SOUTH CITY LIMITS. SHACKLEFORD WAS HEAVILY INVOLVED IN CIVIC LIFE, ACTIVE IN GROUPS INCLUDING THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY, THE GYRO CLUB, UNITED WAY, LETHBRIDGE & DISTRICT EXHIBITION BOARD, BOARD OF TRADE, ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH, AND THE ALBERTA THEATRE OPERATORS ASSOCIATION. HE AND HIS WIFE ADA HAD TWO SONS, ROBERT AND DOUGLAS. AFTER SEVERAL TERMS AS ALDERMAN STARTING IN 1939, SHACKLEFORD FIRST SERVED AS MAYOR FROM 1944 - 1947, AND FOR TWO MORE TERMS FROM 1952 - 1955 AND 1957 - 1961. HE WORKED FOR 68 YEARS IN THE MOVIE BUSINESS, RETIRING AT AGE 90. W.A. SHACKLEFORD DIED IN LETHBRIDGE ON MAY 30, 1992. SEE PERMANENT FILE P20060025001 FOR HARDCOPIES OF SOURCE MATERIAL.
Catalogue Number
P19970071014
Acquisition Date
1997-07
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
FILM LEADER CANISTER
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1950
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
TIN, UNKNOWN
Catalogue Number
P19970071012
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
FILM LEADER CANISTER
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1950
Materials
TIN, UNKNOWN
No. Pieces
2
Height
4.8
Diameter
3.1
Description
1. CYLINDRICAL CANISTER WITH LID. EMBOSSED ON SIDE IS "KODAK". TOP IS STAMPED IN RED "FB 27" AND HANDWRITTEN IN BLACK OVER YELLOWING VARNISH IS "C.C. JAMES." CANISTER IS DENTED AND SCRATCHED THROUGHOUT. 2. METALLIC FILM LEADER, PERFORATED AT SIDES TO FEED INTO PROJECTOR. STAMPED BY HAND AT ONE END IS "100".
Subjects
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
TRADES
History
USED BY DONOR'S FATHER AS PROJECTIONIST WITH SHACKLEFORD'S THEATRES. FOR MORE HISTORY SEE P19910071001-GA. *UPDATE* IN 2014 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT JANE EDMUNDSON CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF ART OBJECTS, INCLUDING A PORTRAIT OF ALFRED WILLIAM SHACKLEFORD (P20060025001-GA), OWNER OF THE SHACKLEFORD THEATRES. THE FOLLOWING BIOGRAPHY OF MAYOR SHACKLEFORD WAS DEVELOPED WITH INFORMATION FROM ARCHIVES CANADA ONLINE AND A LETHBRIDGE HERALD TRIBUTE ARTICLE FROM MAY 31, 1992. A.W. SHACKLEFORD WAS BORN IN ESSEX, ENGLAND IN 1899 AND CAME TO CALGARY WITH HIS PARENTS IN 1909. AFTER HIGH SCHOOL HE TRAINED AS A DRAFTSMAN BUT WAS EMPLOYED BY THE FILM EXCHANGE AND FOX FILMS. IN 1921 HE WAS HIRED TO MANAGED THE KING'S THEATRE IN LETHBRIDGE AND BECAME ASSOCIATED WITH MARK ROGERS, A LETHBRIDGE BUSINESSMAN WHO OWNED THREE LOCAL MOVIE THEATRES. SHACKLEFORD ALSO BECAME PARTNER IN THE AMUSEMENT COMPANY THAT OPENED THE HENDERSON LAKE PAVILLION IN 1924. BY 1925 HE WAS PART-OWNER OF THE FORMER EMPRESS THEATRE ON 5TH AVENUE SOUTH, RENAMING IT THE ROXY. HE THEN TEAMED UP WITH THE FAMOUS PLAYERS COMPANY TO REMODEL THE FORMER PALACE THEATRE AND RENAME IT THE CAPITOL. SHACKLEFORD ALSO OPENED THE THEATRE IN THE FORMER COLLEGE MALL, BUILT THE 960-SEAT PARAMOUNT THEATRE ON 4TH AVENUE SOUTH, AND TOOK OVER OPERATION OF THE DIRVE-IN THEATRE AT THE SOUTH CITY LIMITS. SHACKLEFORD WAS HEAVILY INVOLVED IN CIVIC LIFE, ACTIVE IN GROUPS INCLUDING THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY, THE GYRO CLUB, UNITED WAY, LETHBRIDGE & DISTRICT EXHIBITION BOARD, BOARD OF TRADE, ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH, AND THE ALBERTA THEATRE OPERATORS ASSOCIATION. HE AND HIS WIFE ADA HAD TWO SONS, ROBERT AND DOUGLAS. AFTER SEVERAL TERMS AS ALDERMAN STARTING IN 1939, SHACKLEFORD FIRST SERVED AS MAYOR FROM 1944 - 1947, AND FOR TWO MORE TERMS FROM 1952 - 1955 AND 1957 - 1961. HE WORKED FOR 68 YEARS IN THE MOVIE BUSINESS, RETIRING AT AGE 90. W.A. SHACKLEFORD DIED IN LETHBRIDGE ON MAY 30, 1992. SEE PERMANENT FILE P20060025001 FOR HARDCOPIES OF SOURCE MATERIAL.
Catalogue Number
P19970071012
Acquisition Date
1997-07
Collection
Museum
Less detail
Other Name
C/W 5 PROJECTION BRUSHES
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
CARBON, STEEL, ALUMINUM
Catalogue Number
P19970071022
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
C/W 5 PROJECTION BRUSHES
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Materials
CARBON, STEEL, ALUMINUM
No. Pieces
7
Height
4.3
Diameter
2.2
Description
CYLINDRICAL ALUMINUM CANISTER WITH THREADED STEEL LID. CONTAINS FOUR CARBON RECTANGULAR BRUSHES (SOLID), 1.9CM (L), WITH CIRCULAR KNOB ON ONE END OF EACH. FIFTH LARGER BRUSH, WITH TWISTED COPPER WIRE EXTENDING APP. 5CM FROM ONE END. STAMPED INTO SIDE IS "EG 3".
Subjects
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
TRADES
History
BRUSHES USED BY DONOR'S FATHER HARRY BOYSE WHILE WORKING AS A PROJECTIONIST WITH THE SHACKLEFORD THEATRES. USED FOR MOTOR ON SIDE OF PROJECTOR, OR FOR GENERATOR. *UPDATE* IN 2014 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT JANE EDMUNDSON CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF ART OBJECTS, INCLUDING A PORTRAIT OF ALFRED WILLIAM SHACKLEFORD (P20060025001-GA), OWNER OF THE SHACKLEFORD THEATRES. THE FOLLOWING BIOGRAPHY OF MAYOR SHACKLEFORD WAS DEVELOPED WITH INFORMATION FROM ARCHIVES CANADA ONLINE AND A LETHBRIDGE HERALD TRIBUTE ARTICLE FROM MAY 31, 1992. A.W. SHACKLEFORD WAS BORN IN ESSEX, ENGLAND IN 1899 AND CAME TO CALGARY WITH HIS PARENTS IN 1909. AFTER HIGH SCHOOL HE TRAINED AS A DRAFTSMAN BUT WAS EMPLOYED BY THE FILM EXCHANGE AND FOX FILMS. IN 1921 HE WAS HIRED TO MANAGED THE KING'S THEATRE IN LETHBRIDGE AND BECAME ASSOCIATED WITH MARK ROGERS, A LETHBRIDGE BUSINESSMAN WHO OWNED THREE LOCAL MOVIE THEATRES. SHACKLEFORD ALSO BECAME PARTNER IN THE AMUSEMENT COMPANY THAT OPENED THE HENDERSON LAKE PAVILLION IN 1924. BY 1925 HE WAS PART-OWNER OF THE FORMER EMPRESS THEATRE ON 5TH AVENUE SOUTH, RENAMING IT THE ROXY. HE THEN TEAMED UP WITH THE FAMOUS PLAYERS COMPANY TO REMODEL THE FORMER PALACE THEATRE AND RENAME IT THE CAPITOL. SHACKLEFORD ALSO OPENED THE THEATRE IN THE FORMER COLLEGE MALL, BUILT THE 960-SEAT PARAMOUNT THEATRE ON 4TH AVENUE SOUTH, AND TOOK OVER OPERATION OF THE DIRVE-IN THEATRE AT THE SOUTH CITY LIMITS. SHACKLEFORD WAS HEAVILY INVOLVED IN CIVIC LIFE, ACTIVE IN GROUPS INCLUDING THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY, THE GYRO CLUB, UNITED WAY, LETHBRIDGE & DISTRICT EXHIBITION BOARD, BOARD OF TRADE, ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH, AND THE ALBERTA THEATRE OPERATORS ASSOCIATION. HE AND HIS WIFE ADA HAD TWO SONS, ROBERT AND DOUGLAS. AFTER SEVERAL TERMS AS ALDERMAN STARTING IN 1939, SHACKLEFORD FIRST SERVED AS MAYOR FROM 1944 - 1947, AND FOR TWO MORE TERMS FROM 1952 - 1955 AND 1957 - 1961. HE WORKED FOR 68 YEARS IN THE MOVIE BUSINESS, RETIRING AT AGE 90. W.A. SHACKLEFORD DIED IN LETHBRIDGE ON MAY 30, 1992. SEE PERMANENT FILE P20060025001 FOR HARDCOPIES OF SOURCE MATERIAL.
Catalogue Number
P19970071022
Acquisition Date
1997-07
Collection
Museum
Less detail
Other Name
KODAK FILM TIN
Date Range From
1930
Date Range To
1940
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
STEEL TTE
Catalogue Number
P19970107036
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
KODAK FILM TIN
Date Range From
1930
Date Range To
1940
Materials
STEEL TTE
No. Pieces
2
Height
4.9
Diameter
17.9
Description
ROUND STEEL FILM CANISTER MARKED ON THE TOP OF THE LID, "CAN NO. 2350 MADE BY EASTMAN KODAK CO. ROCHESTER, N.Y. U.S.A.". ITEM HAS TWO PIECES, THE LID AND THE BOTTOM OF THE CANISTER. SURFACE IS DENTED AND SCRATCHED, WITH A BLACK BUILDUP ON THE INSIDE LID.
Subjects
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
LEISURE
History
HISTORY UNKNOWN *UPDATE* IN 2015 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT JANE EDMUNDSON DEVELOPED A BIOGRAPHY OF AB CHERVINSKI, THE DONOR OF THIS OBJECT, WITH INFORMATION FROM LETHBRIDGE HERALD ARTICLES FROM 1982, 1989, AND 2011. ADAM ABRAHAM 'AB" CHERVINSKI WAS BORN ON FEBRUARY 24, 1920 IN LETHBRIDGE. AS A TEENAGER HE WORKED AS A MESSENGER BOY FOR THE CPR TELEGRAPH OFFICE. CHERVINSKI BRIEFLY LIVED IN ONTARIO DURING HIS SERVICE WITH THE AIR FORCE, BUT RETURNED TO LETHBRIDGE WHERE HE WORKED FOR ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES FOR 37 YEARS. HE WAS A LIFELONG COLLECTOR OF ANTIQUES, AVID LOCAL HISTORIAN, AND HEAVILY INVOLVED IN MUSICAL THEATRE. AB CHERVINSKI DIED ON JUNE 2, 2011. SEE PERMANENT FILE P19970107001-GA FOR HARDCOPIES OF NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ABOUT CHERVINSKI. *UPDATE* IN 2018, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT ELISE PUNDYK CONDUCTED AN ARTIFACT SURVEY, WHICH INCLUDED A NUMBER OF ARTIFACTS DONATED BY ADAM ABRAHAM CHERVINSKI. EXTENSIVE RESEARCH CONDUCTED TO LOCATE THE DONOR'S LIVING NEXT-OF-KIN WAS UNSUCCESSFUL.
Catalogue Number
P19970107036
Acquisition Date
1997-10
Collection
Museum
Less detail
Other Name
VIEW-MASTER REELS
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
PAPER, PLASTIC
Catalogue Number
P19990057005
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
VIEW-MASTER REELS
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1960
Materials
PAPER, PLASTIC
No. Pieces
12
Height
0.1
Length
9.3
Width
9.2
Description
1. ROUND REEL, MADE OF PRESSED PAPER. HAS 14 PICTURES IN IT. TITLED "926 PERFORMING CHIMPANZEES". IS INSIDE A RECTANGULAR, WHITE ENVELOPE WITH BLUE PRINT. FRONT OF ENVELOPE READS "ONE VIEW-MASTER REEL" "7 MORE WONDERS OF THE WORLD". BACK OF ENVELOPE HAS "SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS". WRITTEN ON FRONT AND BACK OF ENVELOPE IN PINK IS "926". 2. SAME AS ABOVE, EXCEPT REEL IS TITLED "48 GLACIER NATIONAL PARK III". REEL IS QUITE DIRTY. ENVELOPE HAS "925" WRITTEN ON FRONT AND BACK IN PINK. 3. SAME AS ABOVE, EXCEPT REEL IS TITLED "316 JASPER NATIONAL PARK I". WRITTEN ON FRONT AND BACK OF ENVELOPE IS "316" IN PINK. 4. SAME AS ABOVE, EXCEPT REEL IS TITLED "82 NIAGARA FALLS". WRITTEN ON FRONT AND BACK OF ENVELOPE IN PINK IS "82". 5. SAME AS ABOVE, EXCEPT REEL IS TITLED "318 BANFF NATIONAL PARK. WRITTEN ON FRONT AND BACK OF ENVELOPE IN PINK IS "318". 6. SAME AS ABOVE, EXCEPT REEL IS TITLED "319 BANFF NATIONAL PARK. WRITTEN ON FRONT AND BACK OF ENVELOPE IN PINK IS "319".
Subjects
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
LEISURE
History
BELONGED TO DONOR'S PARENTS, WILFRED AND JENNIE REED. FOUND ITEMS WHILE CLEANING OUT HOUSE BEFORE SELLING IT. THE TWO LIVED IN BARONS AFTER MARRYING AND FARMED THERE. SEE P19990057001-GA FOR MORE HISTORY.
Catalogue Number
P19990057005
Acquisition Date
1999-10
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
VIEWMASTER REELS
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
CARDBOARD, PLASTIC
Catalogue Number
P20030023003
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
VIEWMASTER REELS
Date
1969
Materials
CARDBOARD, PLASTIC
No. Pieces
6
Height
1.5
Length
21
Width
20.5
Description
TALKING VIEW - MASTER REELS IN BOX. BOX (2 PCE) DISPLAYS MAN IN SPACE SUIT IN SPACE, A VIEW OF THE EARTH FROM SPACE AND A ROCKET SHIP LAUNCHING. TEXT ON FRONT READS " APOLLO MOON LANDING 1969", " GAF TALKING VIEW-MASTER REELS 3 VIEW-MASTER REELS WITH SOUND - FOR USE WITH GAF TALKING VIEW-MASTER". BOX CONTAINS THREE REELS IN PLASTIC HOLDER (4 PCE).
Subjects
TOY
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
LEISURE
History
ITEM WAS A GIFT TO THE DONOR FROM HIS GRANDPARENTS, JOE AND KATHERINE ULRICH FOR THE DONOR'S ELEVENTH BIRTHDAY. THE DONOR RECALLED THAT SPACE EXPLORATION FOR HIS GENERATION WAS JUST HAPPENING, AND THAT EDUCATIONAL GIFTS LIKE THIS WERE SOMETHING HE COMMONLY RECEIVED.
Catalogue Number
P20030023003
Acquisition Date
2003-06
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
VIEW-MASTER REEL "WATERTON LAKES"
Date Range From
1948
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
CARDBOARD, FILM, INK
Catalogue Number
P20110036002
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
VIEW-MASTER REEL "WATERTON LAKES"
Date Range From
1948
Date Range To
1960
Materials
CARDBOARD, FILM, INK
No. Pieces
1
Width
0.01
Diameter
8.9
Description
CIRCULAR DISC CONSTRUCTED OF PRESSED PAPER. 14 SLIDES ARE ENCLOSED AROUND THE OUTER EDGE OF THE DISC. EACH SLIDE DISPLAYS A COLOR SCENE OF SIGHTS NEAR WATERTON, AB. THE DISC IS PIERCED IN THE CENTER AND AT 7 POINTS ABOUT THE OUTER EDGE. OBVERSE IS MARKED "321 WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK ALBERTA, CANADA", "COPYRIGHT 1948 SAWYER’S INC. PORTLAND 7. OREGON", “VIEW-MASTER REEL MADE IN U.S.A.”, “CAN PAT. 406 893”. IN ADDITION 7 TEXT PANELS ARE DISPLAYED BENEATH THE SLIDES THAT READ, “1 – APPROACHING WATERON LAKES, 2 – LAKES FROM PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, 3 – ARRIVAL OF THE LAKE STEAMER INTERNATIONAL, 4 – PRINCE OF WHALES HOTEL, 5 – CAMERON FALLS, 6 – ON THE BERTHA LAKE TRAIL, 7 – BERTHA LAKE.”. ONE SLIDE HAS EMULSION SCRAPED AWAY TO CLEAR PLASTIC. DISCOLOURATION AROUND OUTER EDGE ON FRONT AND BACK WITH VARIOUS STAINS THROUGHOUT. REVERSE IS UNMARKED.
Subjects
PHOTOGRAPHIC T&E
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
LEISURE
History
*NOTE* OBJECT WAS ORIGINALLY DONATED TO THE ARCHIVES DEPARTMENT ON APRIL 18, 2005. IT WAS TRANSFERRED TO THE COLLECTIONS DEPARTMENT ON OCTOBER 17, 2012. VIEW-MASTER DISK WAS LIKELY USED BY GRANGE TAYLOR. OBJECTS BELONGING TO GRANGE, AND HIS PARENTS JOHN AND MARGARET TAYLOR WERE DONATED BY GRANGE’S WIFE TERRI. ACCORDING TO HIS OBITUARY IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, “GRANGE TAYLOR WAS BORN IN LETHBRIDGE IN THE 1944 AND PASSED AWAY ON JANUARY 6, 2002 AFTER A STRUGGLE WITH HUNTINGTON DISEASE.” FOR DETAILED BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION RELATING TO JOHN AND MARGARET TAYLOR, PLEASE SEE P20110036001. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P20110036002
Acquisition Date
2011-12
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Other Name
VIEWMASTER DISK
Date Range From
1956
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
PAPER, PLASTIC
Catalogue Number
P19930068003
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
VIEWMASTER DISK
Date Range From
1956
Date Range To
1960
Materials
PAPER, PLASTIC
No. Pieces
1
Diameter
9
Description
CIRCULAR DISC CONSTRUCTED OF PRESSED PAPER. 14 SLIDES ARE ENCLOSED ABOUT THE OUTER EDGE OF THE DISC. EACH SLIDE DISPLAYS A COLOR SCENE OF THE MICKEY MOUSE MOUSEKETEERS. THE DISC IS PIERCED IN THE CENTER AND AT 7 POINTS ABOUT THE OUTER EDGE. OBVERSE IS MARKED "865-A MICKEY MOUSE CLUB MOUSEKETEERS IN "MICKEY'S MAGIC VISIT","SAWYER'S INC. PORTLAND, OREGON, 1956 WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS". IN ADDITION 7 TEXT PANELS ARE DISPLAYED BENEATH THE SLIDES. REVERSE IS UNMARKED.
Subjects
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
TOY
Historical Association
LEISURE
History
UNKNOWN. *** INFORMATION BELOW PROVIDED BY DONOR AT THE REQUEST OF THE GALT IN 2010. “VERY POPULAR FOR CHILDREN. A PARENT COULD BUY CARTOONS, STORIES AND SUCH. ONE REEL, FROM YELLOWSTONE PARK LOOKED LIKE IT HAD JAKE'S UNCLE AND AUNT (FRANK AND VERNICE CHAREST WITH SONS FRANCIS AND VIRGIL OF SPOKANE LOOKING AT 'OLD FAITHFUL') OFTEN SOLD IN NATIONAL PARKS WITH VIEWS OF SCENERY.” ***
Catalogue Number
P19930068003
Acquisition Date
1993-11
Collection
Museum
Less detail
Other Name
"CANADA 150"
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
NYLON, PLASTIC, WOOD
Catalogue Number
P20180006003
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
"CANADA 150"
Date
2017
Materials
NYLON, PLASTIC, WOOD
No. Pieces
1
Length
132
Width
102
Description
WHITE NYLTON FLAG WITH MACHINE-STITCHED EDGES; LEFT EDGE HAS STITCHED HOIST WITH ATTACHED WHITE CORD KNOTTED AT LOWER CORNER, AND WOOD GROMMET WITH WHITE CORD AND WHITE PLASTIC TIE ATTACHED TO UPPER CORNER. FLAG IS PRINTED WITH FRONT SHOWING MULTI-COLOURED 2017 CANADA SESQUICENTENNIAL MAPLE LEAF LOGO IN CENTER AND BLUE TEXT BELOW “CANADA 150”. BACK IS REVERSE-PRINTED. FRONT HAS MINOR STAINING ALONG LOWER EDGE; VERY GOOD CONDITION.
Subjects
VISUAL COMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
COMMEMORATIVE
History
ON MARCH 29, 2018, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN INTERVIWEED LORI HARASEM AND JENNIE SUDO REGARDING THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE DONATION OF CANADA 150 MEMORABILIA. HARASEM AND SUDO WERE INVOLVED WITH ORGANIZING THE JULY 1, 2017 EVENTS FOR CANADA 150, WITH SUDO ACTING AS CHAIR FOR THE LETHBRIDGE CANADA DAY COMMITTEE WITH THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE AND HARASEM AS A MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE. ON THE FLAG, HARASEM ELABORATED, “[THE FLAG] WAS ON DISPLAY IN CITY HALL FOR THE WHOLE YEAR, AND IT WAS IN THE FOYER ON OUR…TRIPOD…WE HAVE THE DIFFERENT FLAGS AND THE CANADA 150 FLAG…WE HAD SOME OF THESE OUTSIDE NUMEROUS FACILITIES, CITY FACILITIES, NOT JUST CITY HALL.” SUDO ADDED, “[IT WAS MADE BY] AURORA FLAGS. THAT SAME COMPANY THAT MADE OUR STREET POLE BANNERS UP IN EDMONTON.” HARASEM AND SUDO RECALLED THEIR TIME PLANNING AND ORGANIZING THE 2017 EVENTS, WITH SUDO NOTING ABOUT THE PLANNING COMMITTEE, “THE LETHBRIDGE CANADA-DAY COMMITTEE IS A COMMITTEE THAT’S MADE UP OF CITY OF LETHBRIDGE EMPLOYEES IN PART WITH COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS. MY POSITION AS THE COORDINATOR OF RECREATION AND CULTURE, I AM AUTOMATICALLY VOLUNTEERED FOR THIS COMMITTEE ALONG WITH OUR RECREATION AND CULTURE TEAM. THE CHAIRING RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THAT COMMITTEE GET ROTATED BETWEEN OUR TEAM MEMBERS EVERY TWO YEARS AND MY YEAR JUST SO HAPPENED TO FALL ON THIS VERY IMPORTANT, NOSTALGIC YEAR FOR CANADA’S 150.” “[THE COMMITTEE IS] ALWAYS IN EXISTENCE. I THINK [THERE] WAS A LOT OF PRESSURE, BUT REALLY GREAT PRESSURE. I WAS VERY PROUD TO BE ABLE TO BE PART OF THE COMMITTEE. AND BEING ABLE TO LEAD THE TEAM FOR MY VERY FIRST TURN AT CHAIRING THE COMMITTEE. I FELT A LOT OF PRIDE TO BE ABLE TO SHOW THAT OUR COMMUNITY CAN COME TOGETHER AND CELEBRATE CANADA’S 150.” “[THE] COMMITTEE [WAS] COMPRISED OF THE RECREATION AND CULTURE TEAM, WHICH WAS TWO MANAGERS, LORI HARASEM AND JASON FREUND, MYSELF AS THE CHAIR FOR [2017]. WE ALSO [HAD] MARLENE LAPOINTE, SARAH BURTON, SCOTT CARPENTER AND ONE OF OUR TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES, ERIC SHARP, [AS] PART OF THE COMMITTEE AS FAR AS THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SIDE GOES. WE ALSO HAD THREE PUBLIC VOLUNTEERS FROM THE COMMUNITY. WE HAD ADELLE HARRINGTON, BOBBY MCCALLUM AND DAVID FRITZ WHO ALSO PLAYED A HUGE ROLE IN HELPING COORDINATE SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES THERE.” “AS SOON AS CANADA DAY 2016 ENDED, WE WERE ALREADY THINKING ABOUT WHAT WE WERE GOING TO BRING BACK, WHAT KIND OF BUDGET WE WERE GOING TO NEED, WHAT KIND OF ACTIVITIES WE WERE GOING TO HAVE, HOW WE WERE GOING TO MAKE IT SPECIAL, AND MAKE IT STAND OUT THE NEXT YEAR…FOR THE REST OF THE CANADA DAY [EVENTS], THE ONES THAT AREN’T CANADA 150 OR STAND-OUT, WE WOULD PROBABLY ONLY START [PLANNING] ABOUT SIX MONTHS IN ADVANCE. BUT, THE PLANNING PROCESS FOR CANADA DAY, PERIOD, IS QUITE LONG AND STRENUOUS. WE HAVE TO THINK ABOUT SOME PRETTY TIGHT TIMELINES WHEN WE’RE TALKING ABOUT PLANNING AN EVENT THAT BIG. WE DEFINITELY NEEDED THE FULL YEAR TO PLAN CANADA 150.” “CURRENTLY, THE ONLY SPECIAL EVENT THAT THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE REALLY HOSTS, AS A CORPORATION, IS THE CANADA DAY EVENT. WE RELY ON OUR COMMUNITY GROUPS TO DO MOST OF OUR OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS. ON THE EVENTS PLANNED, HARASEM RECALLED, “IN ALL HONESTY, FOR THE CANADA DAY ACTIVITIES ITSELF, THOUGH I’M ON THE COMMITTEE, I’M NOT AS INVOLVED WITH THAT AS OTHER THINGS THAT I OVERSAW THAT LASTED FROM JANUARY 1ST TO DECEMBER 31ST. SEEING JENNIE AND THE TEAM AND HOW MUCH THEY WORKED…THEY EVEN CHANGED THE LAYOUT AT HENDERSON LAKE THAT HAD BEEN THE SAME WAY FOREVER AND WE HAD TO GO TO SENIOR LEADERS OF THE CITY AND ASK FOR EXTRA MONEY BECAUSE THE BUDGET FOR CANADA DAY HASN’T CHANGED FOR TWELVE OR FIFTEEN YEARS. TO PUT ON SOMETHING THAT WE KNEW THE PUBLIC EXPECTED A LOT [FROM]…[WAS] MY BIGGEST ROLE WITH THE CANADA DAY. IT WAS A HUGE AMOUNT OF WORK AND IT WAS SO SUCCESSFUL, ESPECIALLY ON THE SOCIAL MEDIA SIDE. AT THE CITY, WE’RE USED TO SEEING A LOT OF NEGATIVE COMMENTS. OUR COMMUNICATIONS TEAM HAS SAID THAT THE MOST POSITIVE COMMENTS THEY’VE EVER HAD ON ANYTHING THAT THEY’VE EVER POSTED ON THEIR FACEBOOK WAS AFTER THE CANADA DAY. I THINK THAT THEIR TEAM, JENNIE’S TEAM, DID AMAZING AT MEETING THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE PUBLIC WHICH WERE VERY HIGH.” “I CAME IN [WITH THE COMMUNITY GROUPS ORGANIZING]. WE HAD A GRANT, ‘CANADA 150’. WE HAD EXTRA FUNDING INJECTED INTO OUR BUDGET FOR 2017 [AT] OUR REQUEST, SO THAT WE COULD HELP LOCAL GROUPS THAT WERE ALREADY DOING EVENTS TO THEME IT AROUND CANADA 150. NORMALLY, THE CITY’S RULES IS YOU CAN ONLY GET ONE GRANT FOR ANY EVENT, EVEN THOUGH THERE’S MULTIPLE GRANTS AVAILABLE. BUT, FOR CANADA 150, WE ALLOWED GROUPS TO GET THEIR NORMAL GRANT, AND WE ALLOWED THEM TO ASK FOR UP TO $750 EXTRA, AND THAT WOULD ALLOW THEM TO THEN THEME THEIR EVENT. WE DIDN’T CARE HOW THEY DID THAT. IF THEY WANTED TO USE $750 TO BUY RED AND WHITE CUPCAKES AND BALLOONS [THEY COULD]. WE HAD [AT THE] JAPANESE GARDEN A HUNDRED AND FIFTY JAPANESE DANCERS PERFORMING AND THEY BOUGHT SPECIAL RED MATCHING JACKETS WITH THE MONEY THEY GOT. IT WAS OUR WAY OF ENCOURAGING THE COMMUNITY TO CELEBRATE CANADA 150 ALL YEAR-ROUND. BECAUSE ALL WE DO IS CANADA DAY, WE HAD TO FIND A WAY TO HELP THE COMMUNITY CELEBRATE CANADA 150 AND TO PUT IT IN THE PUBLIC’S EYES ALL YEAR-ROUND IN ANY WAY WE COULD. WE HAD A LOT OF GROUPS AND A LOT OF EVENTS. THERE WAS THIRTY-EIGHT EVENTS THAT RECEIVED FUNDING OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR, SO THERE WAS SOMETHING EVERY MONTH OF THE YEAR.” “DURING, “PRETTY, WITTY AND GAY”, WHICH IS AN EVENT THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY PUTS ON IN FEBRUARY/MARCH, THEY USED THEIR FUNDING TO [HAVE] A BIG BULLETIN BOARD WHERE PEOPLE [COULD] WRITE DOWN THEIR THOUGHTS ABOUT WHAT IT WAS LIKE TO BE GAY IN CANADA. AND TO SHARE THEIR FEELINGS ON [BEING GAY IN CANADA] TO CONNECT BECAUSE, OBVIOUSLY, WE’RE A MORE OPEN-MINDED COUNTRY AROUND THAT THAN MOST OF THE WORLD. THAT, TO ME, WAS A REALLY UNIQUE WAY TO CELEBRATE CANADA’S 150TH.” “WE ALSO HAD A SMALL THEATRE GROUP COME TOGETHER, A COLLECTIVE THAT HAD NEVER EXISTED BEFORE. THEY PUT ON A VERY CONTROVERSIAL PLAY ABOUT FORMER PRIME MINISTER STEPHEN HARPER WHICH I WENT TO SEE AND IT WAS PRETTY SMALL. IT WASN’T THIS HUGE PLAY WHICH IS DONE IN CASA IN THE BLACK BOX [THE COMMUNITY ATB ROOM] BUT IT WAS FUNNY. IT WAS VERY CONTROVERSIAL AND WE DID PUT SOME MONEY BEHIND THAT.” “[THERE WAS] UPPER VICTORIA PARK NEIGHBOURS. I HAD SO MANY NEIGHBOUR DAYS. BUT WITH NEIGHBOUR DAY BEING A VERY POPULAR EVENT IN JUNE, AND WE’VE GOT MORE NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOCIATIONS FORMING, WE REALLY ENCOURAGED THE NEIGHBOURHOODS TO APPLY FOR THE GRANT. MOST OF THE NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOCIATIONS, AT THIS POINT, THEIR NEIGHBOUR DAY EVENTS ARE PRETTY SMALL, UNDER A HUNDRED PEOPLE. BUT IT’S THE PERFECT PLACE TO CELEBRATE CANADA DAY AND CELEBRATE YOUR NEIGHBOURS. OF COURSE, UPPER VICTORIA PARK IS THE ‘GO BIG OR GO HOME’ NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOCIATION FOR NEIGHBOUR DAY. IT’S EXCITING WHENEVER WE’RE ABLE TO SUPPORT THE THEME OF THE EVENT IN ANY WAY BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT PEOPLE FROM EVEN OUTSIDE LETHBRIDGE ATTEND THAT EVENT. WE’RE NOT JUST SUPPORTING THE MEMBERS OF UPPER VICTORIA PARK NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOCIATION WHEN WE SUPPORT SOMETHING, SO IT WAS NEAT TO BE ABLE TO PUT SOME MONEY THERE.” “OF COURSE, WINTER LIGHTS FESTIVAL AT JAPANESE GARDEN IS A VERY NEW EVENT. THIS WAS ONLY ITS SECOND YEAR, EVER. THOUGH IT IS A TRADITIONAL, JAPANESE, CULTURAL WINTER EVENT, WE WERE ABLE TO GIVE THEM SOME FUNDING, TOO, BECAUSE THEY ACTUALLY [HAD] THE FIRST EVENT IN 2017 BECAUSE THEY START IN EARLY DECEMBER AND GO TILL FEBRUARY. THEY WERE THE LAST EVENT, ‘CAUSE THEY WERE ON NEW YEAR’S EVE IN 2017. THAT FESTIVAL, THE FIRST TWO YEARS OF IT, KICKED OFF THE BEGINNING OF CANADA 150 AND ENDED CANADA 150 FOR US. IT WAS NEAT TO HAVE SUCH AN IMPORTANT CULTURAL GROUP AND ATTRACTION IN LETHBRIDGE…BE THE FOCUS OF THAT. THERE WERE EVENTS OF ALL SIZES. WE EVEN HAD THE DOGS THAT [ON] THE LAST DAY OF OPERATIONS [AT WESTMINSTER POOL] IS JUST FOR DOGS. EVEN THE HUMANE SOCIETY GOT MONEY TO [HAVE] DOG CANDIES THAT WERE RED AND WHITE…DOG TREATS DECORATED WITH RED AND WHITE BALLOONS AND RIBBONS. I WENT TO IT AND IT WAS HILARIOUS. THE DOGS [TOOK] OVER THE POOL AND THEY’RE SO HAPPY, IN CELEBRATION OF CANADA’S 150TH.” “WE ALSO HAD FREE SWIMMING AND SKATING THROUGHOUT THE YEAR THAT THE CITY SPONSORED AS A CELEBRATION. THAT WAS BECAUSE WE OBVIOUSLY WANT PEOPLE TO BE ACTIVE AND WE WANT PEOPLE TO USE OUR FACILITIES, AND WE KNOW THAT COSTS CAN BE A BARRIER. EVERY MONTH WE HAD AT LEAST ONE FREE SWIMMING WHERE THE FIRST HUNDRED AND FIFTY PEOPLE WERE FREE. IN THE SUMMER THAT INCLUDED BOTH OF THE OUTDOOR POOLS, HENDERSON AND WESTMINSTER. HENDERSON WAS REALLY POPULAR ‘CAUSE IT’S ONLY SECOND YEAR OF OPERATIONS…IT’S STILL [A] VERY POPULAR PLACE TO GO. THEN, WE HAD FREE SKATING AT ALL OUR ARENAS, INCLUDING THE NEW ATB CENTRE AND WE HAD THOSE AT LEAST [ONCE] A WEEK THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE YEAR. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE IN LETHBRIDGE GOT TO PARTICIPATE IN SWIMMING OR SKATING FOR FREE AS [PART OF THE] CELEBRATION. AT SOME OF THOSE, WE HANDED OUT LITTLE CANADA FLAGS OR CANADA TATTOOS OR HAD BALLOONS.” ON THE DONATION OF CANADA 150 MATERIALS TO THE MUSEUM, HARASEM NOTED, “I BELIEVE THAT THIS IS IMPORTANT TO GO TO THE GALT BECAUSE I KNOW THAT WHEN WE FIRST REALIZED WE NEEDED TO DO SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE THE 150TH, THE FIRST THING WE DID WAS LOOK BACK TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED AT THE 100TH AND WHAT WE HAD IN THE MUSEUM AND ELSEWHERE IN LETHBRIDGE FOR CELEBRATIONS THAT OCCURRED AT THAT TIME. [WE WERE LOOKING TO] SEE IF THERE WERE THINGS THAT WE COULD MIMIC OR SHOULD KNOW ABOUT. WE USED A LOT OF PHOTOS THROUGH OUR REC AND CULTURE GUIDE FOR THAT YEAR TO REMIND PEOPLE THAT, FIFTY YEARS AGO WAS THE BIG CENTENNIAL. WE THOUGHT THAT WHEN THE 200TH COMES, THAT PEOPLE WOULD PROBABLY BE WANTING TO LOOK BACK TO 2017 TO SEE WHAT HAD HAPPENED.” SUDO ADDED, “I THINK CANADA’S SESQUICENTENNIAL [150TH ANNIVERSARY] WAS VERY IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER BECAUSE FIFTY YEARS IS A LONG TIME AND A LOT HAPPENS IN FIFTY YEARS. IT’S GREAT TO BE ABLE TO LOOK BACK AT ALL OF THE THINGS THAT WE DID FOR CANADA’S SESQUICENTENNIAL AND REMEMBER ALL OF THE HARD WORK, AND THE COMMUNITY COMING TOGETHER AND SHOWING THEIR CANADIAN PRIDE.” FOR MORE INFORMATION INCLUDING THE FULL INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTION, PLEASE SEE THE PERMANENT FILE P20180006007-GA.
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P20180006003
Acquisition Date
2018-03
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