Item - PE000980 - 1928 Program for the Northern Alberta Old-Timers’ Association Banquet and Dance

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PE000980 - 1928 Program for the Northern Alberta Old-Timers’ Association Banquet and Dance

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  • Jan. 12, 1928 (Creation)

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13.8 x 21.5 cm program

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A program for the "Northern Alberta Old-Timers’ Association Banquet and Dance at The MacDonald Edmonton Thursday, January 12, 1928." 

Front cover also contains a small flower drawing, and a poem titled "The Pioneer." Back cover contains a larger b&w photograph of seven (7) men and one (1) woman standing around a bust, with log buildings in the background. It’s captioned: 
"Oliver Bust Committee-Left to Right-K.A. McLeod, Campbell Young, J.E. Reilly, C.C. Batson, Kathleen McLeod, W.J. Carter, Howard Douglas, W.R. West. This bust was erected during his lifetime by the Northern Alberta Pioneers’ and Old-Timers’ Association, July 1, 1927, as a part of Canada’s Jubilee Celebration, and as a mark of their respect for an outstanding Pioneer, Publisher, Statesman, and Friend of Western Canada." 
The interior of the program contains a toast list and a menu for the night.

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Program is in fair condition, and shows evidence of yellowing. Program also has been folded vertically in the middle.

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Bruce Peel Special Collections is part of University of Alberta Libraries.

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F-1-1-0-22

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