Item - PE004697 - Program for the official opening of the Nanton Scout-Guide Hall

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PE004697 - Program for the official opening of the Nanton Scout-Guide Hall

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  • Apr. 24, 1957 (Creation)

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The program for the official opening of the Nanton Scout-Guide Hall on April 24, 1957.  The front cover features a full-colour illustration of a moustached Scout leader with a young Boy Scout next to him.  The cover is otherwise blank with slight yellowing.  Inside, a single sheet of white paper is held in place by a single staple.  This paper features a photograph of the Scout-Guide hall, and the program of events marking its opening.  Mayor Dr. Little gave an address, with speeches from Mrs. Schlosser from provincial Guide headquarters and Mr. Fry from provincial Scout headquarters. 

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

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