Item - PE004836 - Program for "Srebrny Jubileusz Kapłaństwa" (Polish for: Silver Jubilee of the Priesthood)

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PE004836 - Program for "Srebrny Jubileusz Kapłaństwa" (Polish for: Silver Jubilee of the Priesthood)

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  • May 28-29, 1933 (Creation)

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17 x 24.2 cm program

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Program titled: "Srebrny Jubileusz Kap?a?stwa" which is Polish for: "Silver Jubilee of the Priesthood." Lists the events over the two (2) day celebration of the jubilee, and a menu for a dinner. Also contains five (5) b&w photographs of various Polish churches/monuments in Canada. Front cover is elegantly drawn, with a leaf motif, crosses, grapes and vines, a small house and a boat. Middle of the front cover shows a b&w photograph of a priest through a picture window cut into the front cover. When opened to the second page, the picture is captioned Ad Multos Annos! (Latin for: To many years!) Wiel. O. A. Sylla, O. M. I. Program is entirely written in Polish and Latin.

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This program is in fair condition, though it has many scuff marks and stains, and has faded over time.

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

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