Item - PE000948 - "Song of Welcome to Sir Wilfrid Laurier" handbill

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PE000948 - "Song of Welcome to Sir Wilfrid Laurier" handbill

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  • 1910 (Creation)

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31.7 x 13 cm ‘poster’

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Titled: "Song of Welcome to Sir Wilfrid Laurier." The top of the poster contains a b&w photograph of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, bordered by two ink drawings of lilies. The song follows the title, and there is a note to sing it to the tune of "Die Wacht am Rhein." Song was written by M. Salzwedel. A note at the bottom states: "Sung at Morden, Man., July 15th, 1910." 

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Poster is in fair condition, though it has yellowed with time. The top border is quite frayed from being exposed. 

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

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