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Pièce · 1883
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Regulations and prize list for the Ninth Provincial Exhibition held by the Manitoba Board of Agriculture in Portage la Prairie from 1-6 October, 1883. Also includes program of events for the Exhibition. Categories to be judged include livestock, agricultural products, handcrafted products, and school work.

Contents:
List of Officers and Board; Programme; Regulations; Transportation; Prize List.

Prize List:
Horses; Cattle; Sheep; Pigs; Poultry; Dogs; Manufactures; Agricultural Products; Horticultural Products; Dairy Products; Domestic Manufactures; Fine Arts; Natural History and Mineralogy; Education; Leather Work; Ladies' Work; Plants and Flowers; Bands ["Best Band of Music"]; Essays; List of Exhibitions in Province; List of Exhibitions elsewhere; Advertisements.

Additionally includes a blank entry form on attached perforated sheet at front of booklet, a pre-addressed envelope for the entry form, and several print advertisements for various local businesses. The final advertisement ["10 Reasons Why Everybody Should Buy the "Chatham" Wagon"] is printed on a folded pink page attached at end of booklet.

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Pièce · 31 Oct. - 1-2 Nov. 1907
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Souvenir program produced by Edmonton's Pythian Dramatic Club for their 1907 production of "Damon and Pythias", a play by Richard Edwards based on the Greek legend about friendship. Includes the program of events for the production as well as information about the cast and the Pythian Dramatic Club's members.

Contents:
C. M. R. Orchestra - Leader Mr. J. T. Richardson - Programme [song list includes "Sounds from the Orient"; "Songs of Scotland"; "Enchantress"; "Peerless King"; Euphonium Solo by Mr. W. Green; "Moonlight"; "Dixie Blossoms"]; "Cast" and list of other involved personnel [Actors; Master of Properties and Stage Manager; Costumes; Special Scenery; Electrical Effects]; Act I ["A Street Scene in Syracuse"]; Act II [Scene 1 - A Chamber in Arria's House; Scene 2 - The Senate House of Syracuse; Scene 3 - A Chamber in Arria's House; Scene 4 - A Dungeon]; Act III [Scene 1 - A Street; Scene 2 - Another Street; Scene 3 - A Dungeon]; Act IV [Scene 1 - Garden at Damon's Residence, Syracuse; Scene 2 - Exterior of Damon's Villa, near Syracuse]; Act V ["Public Place of Execution in Syracuse"]; Pythian Dramatic Club [list of members].

Additionally contains several print advertisements for various local businesses.

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Pièce · 5-6 March 1908
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Program of events for the Opening Ceremony in City Hall in Regina, Saskatchewan, 1908.

Contains: list of Patronesses and City Council members; B&W photograph of Mayor J. W. Smith; short paragraph titled "Regina, the Capital of Saskatchewan"; program of events for March 5th and 6th; list of refreshment committee members; B&W photograph and greeting from Alderman Thos. [Thomas] Wilkinson; and list of financial and population figures titled "Information re City of Regina" by J. Kelso Hunter [City Clerk]. Back cover includes list of Officers of the Canadian Club.

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Pièce · January 25, 1909
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A program for "Burns Night" at the Lyric Theatre on Monday, January 25th, 1909. Headlining is Lena Duthie, "Queen of Scottish Song" and other listed performers include the Calgary Pipe and Drum Band, Lady Nairne, Sir Walter Scott, Pipe Major McKay, and Samuel Lover. Includes advertisements for local businesses and a real estate listing.

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Pièce · 4-5 May 1909
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Program of events for Alberta's Second Annual Musical Competition Festival. Largely consists of lyrics for songs being performed.

Includes lists of Honourable Patrons [Lieutenant-Governor G. H. V. Bulyea; Hon. Frank Oliver; Hon. A. C. Rutherford; Hon. C. W. Cross; John A. McDougall, M.P.P.], members of Executive Committee, Adjudicators, Donors of Shields, and Donors of Medals, and order of events. Final page lists Chorus members [Sopranos, Altos, Tenors, and Basses] and Orchestra members.

Pièce · 4 Oct. 1909
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Program of events for the ceremonial Laying of the Corner Stone of the Saskatchewan Legislative and Executive Building on 4 October 1909.

Includes: Programme of Ceremony of Laying Corner Stone; Songs by School Children [sung at certain points in the ceremony; booklet contains lyrics to "The Maple Leaf Forever"; "The Home Land"; and "May God Preserve Thee, Canada"]; lists of Guests invited by His Honour Amedee Emmanuel Forget, Esq., Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, and by the Government, to attend the laying of the Corner Stone; and list of members of "The Committee" [presumably the government committee that organized the ceremony].

Invited guests included: Premiers; Governors and Lieutenant-Governors; Senators; Members of Parliament; Members of Provincial Governments [Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Alberta]; Members of the Supreme and District Courts [Alberta, Saskatchewan]; Members of Alberta and Saskatchewan Assemblies; Ex-Members of Legislature for North-West Territories and Saskatchewan; and Mayors.

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Pièce · Dec. 1909
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An invitation and program of events for a Christmas party hosted by a "Cap. [Captain?] Weymark" at his residence in Owensville, Saskatchewan, in 1909. Includes program of speeches and song selections, lunch menu, and other relevant information about the event. Several attendees performing song selections are mentioned by name in the program.

Contents:
Program - Given Before Lunch [includes speech by Cap. Weymark - "How Canada Should be Run"; song selections and music]; Lunch Menu [Meats; Entrees; Vegetables; Dessert; "Eat Your Fill and Give the House a Good Name"]; "Remember These Items" [a list of information about the party, including a request for "Persons singing Coon Songs" to wear blackface "for the occasion"]; "Laugh and the World Laughs With You".

Pièce · 23-26 Aug. 1910
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Prize list and regulations for the Edmonton Provincial Stock Show and Race Meet held by the Edmonton Exhibition Association Limited in 1910. Also includes program of events and blank entry form tucked in centrefold of booklet. Categories to be judged include livestock, agricultural products, manufactured products, and horse races.

General Index [alphabetical]:
Advertiser's, List; Butter; Cattle; Committees; Dates of Other Fairs; Dairy Products; Delivery of Exhibits; Directors in Charge; Domestic Manufacturers; Dogs; Entrance Fees for Stock; Entry Rules; Fire Protection; Horses - Directors in Charge; Horses - Regulations; Horses; Horticulture; Judges and Judging; Manufacturers and Industrial Department; Miscellaneous Rules; Officers; Programme General; Poultry; Police Protection; Races; Rules and Regulations; Tickets, Price of; Sheep; Special Prizes, Names of Donors and Conditions; Swine.

Additionally contains several print advertisements for various local businesses, indexed by type at the back of the booklet.

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Pièce · [1910-1911]
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"Programme and Words of Songs" for a performance in Regina, Saskatchewan during the 1910-1911 season that lists song names, composers, and some lyrics. The cover reads "Assisted by Melsa, The Celebrated Polish Violinist" and "At the Pianoforte, Miss Grace Torrens." Includes advertisements for Child & Gower Piano Co. Ltd., and other upcoming performances taking place in Regina.

Pièce · 1911
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A program for the First Motor Racing Meet for the Calgary News Telegram Cup. The racing meet was held on the Gridiron Course at the South East Calgary Corporation’s Boulevard in Calgary, Alberta, on August 12, 1911. The race was held by the Motor Racing Association and the program was printed by Star Printing Works. Inside the program is a list of all the participating cars, their names, owners, drivers, horsepower, the time it takes to start, and a blank column for their race time. Some of the times for the cars have been filled out in pencil. On the back of the program is a short list of rules and regulations.

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Pièce · 27 Nov. 1912
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Souvenir program from the Edmonton Cricket League's Smoking Concert held on 27 November 1912. Largely consists of brief reports on the previous cricket season by various cricket clubs in the league, and short articles about the sport by cricket league figures and sports writers.

Contents:
"Edmonton, a Four Square Community" [August Wolf, Secretary Citizens' League, of Edmonton]; "Hudson's Bay Cricket Club [A. P. Turner, Hon. Secretary]; "Strathcona Cricket Club"; "The North Edmonton Cricket Club, Late the Swift-Canadian Cricket Club, Edmonton, Alta." [H. E. Braley, Hon. Sec. and Treasurer]; "Caledonian Cricket Club"; "Edmonton Cricket Club" [T. H. Clark, Hon. Sec.]; "A" Squadron, 19th Alberta Dragoons Cricket Club"; "Behavior on the Field of Play [R. H. Darke]; "Royal Society of St. George"; "Ideas" [Charles E. Gradwell, Sports Editor, Daily Capital]; "Cricket in the United States" [F. F. Kelly]; "Polo in Edmonton" [Contributed by Lieut.-Col. F. C. Jamieson, President Edmonton Polo Club]; "The Triangular Tournament" [J. N. Pentelow, Editor of "Cricket: A Weekly Record of the Game"]; "Cricket in Western Canada" [Arthur R. Morrison, Sec. Winnipeg Western Canada and Canadian Cricket Association].

Illustrations:
"Frank H. Gasson, First Secretary-Treasurer Edmonton Cricket League. Vice-President Alberta Cricket Association"; "Cliff Parker Captain H.B.Co's Eleven and one of Alberta's keenest sportsmen"; "Jas. Martin the active and genial Vice-President of the Hudson's Bay C.C."; "Strathcona XI" [team photograph]; "An XI of the North Edmonton C.C." [team photograph]; "Some of the Members of the Edmonton Cricket Club"; "Group Picture of the four teams who took part in the Western Canada Tournament last August at Calgary, the teams being Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Calgary"; "Mr. Chas. E. Gradwell"; "M. R. Cobb and F. F. Kelly, who officiated as Captain and Vice-Captain in the match All New York vs. Australians, Oct. 1912"; "R. St. George Walker, President New York and New Jersey Cricket Association and Staten Island"; uncaptioned portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel F. C. Jamieson; uncaptioned portrait of Arthur R. Morrison.

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Pièce · 20 Nov. 1914
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Information booklet regarding a bazaar or market being held in support of the Daysland Knox Presbyterian Church. Includes list of Bazaar Committee members, and list of stalls by number and by product sold [Stall No. 1: Fancy Work; Stall No. 2: Practical Work; Stall No. 3: Produce; Stall No. 4: Home Cooking; Stall No. 5: Confectionery; Stall No. 6: Refreshments].

Also contains a brief historical sketch of the Knox Presbyterian Church at Daysland from its beginnings in 1905 to the present [1914], basic facts about the Knox Presbyterian Church [including its Hours of Worship; Minister; Board of Management; Sunday School; and Ladies' Aid Society], various advertisements for local businesses, and information about the town of Daysland and its agricultural prospects.

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Pièce · February 11, 1914
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A menu and toast list for the first annual banquet held by United College in Winnipeg, Manitoba at "The Fort Garry" campus, dated February 11, 1914. The toast list includes musical numbers and a "Presentation of Prizes." Also included are photographs of various college buildings, the track and football teams, and several cartoons. Stamp in upper right corner of front cover reads "T. W. B. Hinch" and there is a list of signatures on the back cover.

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Pièce · 25-27 May 1915
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Program of events for Alberta's Eighth Annual Musical Competition Festival. Lists Honourable Patrons, Honorary Members, Executive Committee, Adjudicators, Accompanists, Conductor, Donors of Medals, Orchestra, and Chorus; and program of events for each night of the festival.

Also includes lyrics to "O Canada!" [Thomas B. Richardson version] and "The Ballad of the Clampherdown" ["Re-printed by kind permission of Mr. Rudyard Kipling, and Messrs. Methuen & Co., the publishers of 'Barrack-room Ballads'."]

Pièce · 15 May 1916
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Nominal roll listing the members of the 90th Canadian Overseas Battalion (Winnipeg Rifles or Little Black Devils), with 3 black and white [B&W] reproductions of photographs:

"Lieut.-Col. W. A. Munro" - portrait of Officer Commanding, Lieutenant-Colonel W. A. Munro in military uniform.
"The 90th Canadian Overseas Battalion (Winnipeg Rifles) Lieut.-Col. W. A. Munro in Command" - shows the battalion standing in military coats and hats.
"The Officer Commanding, Staff and N. C. O.'s of the 90th Canadian Overseas Battalion (Winnipeg Rifles)" - shows the officers and staff of the 90th Canadian Overseas Battalion in military uniforms.

Centre of booklet is the event program, which included: God Save the King [opening], chorus and vocal performances, general selections, a synopsis, and God Save the King [closing]. Performers included: Miss Edythe Lever [soloist], Winnipeg Oratorio Society [chorus], 90th Overseas Battalion Band [band], and Fred M. Gee [accompanist].

Pièce · 1917-1919; 1923
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Programs are for the years 1918, 1919, and 1923, and list events and attractions at the annual Banff Winter Carnival in the years 1918-1919 and 1923, including: hockey games, trapshooting, curling bonspiels, toboggan races, figure skating, speed skating, ski races, ski jumping, dogsledding, dancing, and the crowning of the year's Winter Carnival Queen.

1919 and 1923 programs include approximately 4 reproductions of photographs [1919: a female skater and a male skier; 1923: "Miss Fern Brewster, "Carnival Queen", 1922" and "Mr. C. B. Morgan and His Famous Dog Team"], and 1918 program includes 7 illustrations depicting various winter activities.

Entry pass is for the year 1917 and entitles the Honourable R. G. [Robert George] Brett to free admission to all carnival events and attractions. The list of events and attractions is present on the verso.

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Pièce · 1 Dec. 1918
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Program of events for Thanksgiving church service held in the Armouries at New Westminster, British Columbia, on December 1st, 1918, under the auspices of the Mayor and Council of New Westminster.

Includes list of orchestral numbers performed by the New Westminster Symphony Orchestra, "National Hymn" ["O Canada!" - Thomas B. Richardson version], hymns, prayer, solo and chorus singing, scripture reading, address by reverend, "National Anthem" ["God Save the King"], benediction, and a postlude by the orchestra.

"Collection in aid of a Fund to provide Christmas Cheer for the dependents of our Soldiers and Sailors."

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Pièce · Apr. 4, 1920
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A programme for the evening of April 4th, 1920 at the Walker Theatre in the Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The programme indicates that the night’s entertainment was the Band of the 79th Cameron Highlanders. At the bottom of the programme, there is an advertisement for another performance titled the “Cameron Highlanders Club Whist Drive and Dance” at the Fort Garry Hotel on April 20, 1920. The programme was printed by the Norwood Press.

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Pièce · 1920
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A program and catalogue for the Calgary Spring Horse Show which was held from March 23 to March 27, 1920, in Calgary, Alberta. The cost of the catalogue is listed as ten cents. The catalogue includes daily programs most of which consist of various meetings of breeder associations, horse shows, contests, and a parade. The catalogue also includes various lists of competing horses categorized by breed and various advertisements for local businesses.

Pièce · 1921
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A program and catalogue for the Calgary Spring Horse Show which was held from April 5 to April 9, 1921, in Calgary, Alberta. The cost of the catalogue is listed as ten cents. The catalogue includes daily programs most of which consist of various meetings of breeder associations, shows, contests, public addresses, and auction sales. The catalogue also includes various lists of competing horses categorized by breed and various advertisements for local businesses.

Pièce · February 8, 1923
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"In commemoration of the One Hundred and Eleventh Anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. Born February 7th." Dated Thursday, February 8, [1923], held at the Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Contains a menu, with each item accompanied by a related Dickens quote, and a programme that includes toasts, selected sketches, and songs. The last page is an illustration of No. 48, Doughty Street in London, "To be the fellowships Headquarters, Library, Museum and Picture Gallery."

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Pièce · 17-18 Nov. 1924
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Program for the Fourth Annual Lethbridge Rotary Minstrels Show held at the Majestic Theatre on 17-18 November, 1924.

Contents:
Present Membership list; The Rotary Service Fund; Musical Programme; Staff [Musical Director; General Committee Chairman; General Director; Stage Manager; Master of Properties; Chairman Second Half of Programme; Electrician]; Interlocutor; End Men; "O, Canada"; Programme (Part One) [list of songs and music selections: "For There'll be Warm Coons a-prancing"; "Doodle, Doo-Doo"; "My Old Kentucky Home"; "De wes' wind blows from de wes'"; "In Wrong So Long"; "The Pirate Bold"; "Bringing Home the Bacon"; "Georgia Lullaby"; "You can take me away from Dixie, but you can't take Dixie from Me"; Closing Chorus]; Programme (Part Two) [Scotch Dances (Highland Fling; Shein Truibhas); Bronze Statuary; "I'd Like to Live to Ninety-Nine"; "Isn't It Exciting" - A Farce in One Act; "They're In Again" - A Scene on Fifth Street; Closing Chorus].

Additionally includes print advertisements for various local businesses.

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Pièce · 18 Nov. 1924
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Menu and program of events for the Sixth Annual Reunion of the 128th Battalion (Moose Jaw's Own), to be held at the C.P.R. Banquet Hall in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, on Tuesday November 18, 1924. Includes Toasts [Silent Toast; The King; The Bull Moose Battalion; The Ladies] and Programme [Violin Solo; Songs; Gyro Orchestra].

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Pièce · September, 1925 - June 1947
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Two year books from "S.N.S." (Saskatoon Normal School) for the school years of 1925-1926 and 1946-1947. They both include composite photographs of graduating students, writing samples and poetry, yearbook staff lists, athletics reports, editorials, and messages from the principal. The 1925-1926 copy has the inscription "Margaret M. Rennie, Room A. S.N.S." on the first page, many handwritten signitures under "Autographs" on pages 56-57, and the signature of orchestra conductor Mrs. Helen Davies Sherry on page 115. The 1946-1947 copy has two newspaper clippings attached to the inside of the front cover reporting on the death of Dr. Frederick James Gathercole, one being from the Leader-Post of Regina, Saskatchewan and dated Tuesday, December 28, 1993. Another clipping on the funeral service for Mrs. E. J. Ouellette is taped to page 34, and an obituary for Michael Joseph Schafer is taped to page 65 underneath his portrait, dated 1947. A retirement notice for Roy Lockert, also clipped from the Leader-Post and dated Friday, July 4, 1980, is attached to page 101. Pages 102-104 contain various other materials taped in including graduation programs, a red heart-shaped autograph book with signatures, and a typed memo on the decision of the Saskatoon Normal School Student's Assembly during their executive meeting on Tuesday, June 17, 1947 to "allot a sum of $50 to the next assembly for the buying of a radio." It also includes advertisements for local businesses.

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Pièce · 17-18 Feb. 1926
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Program of events for the Annual Convention of the Alberta Prohibition Association, held in the First Baptist Church, Edmonton, Alberta, on 17-18 February 1926.

Contents:
Programme [Wednesday, Feb. 17th; Thursday, Feb. 18th]; Convention Songs [lyrics] ["Stand Up! Stand Up For Jesus!"; "Forward, Christian Comrades"; "Rescue the Perishing"; "Hold the Fort for Prohibition"; "Organize"; "The Fight Is On"; "Memorial Hymn - Over the Top With Jesus"]; Constitution of the Alberta Prohibition Association [Head Office; Name; Object; Membership; Officers; Executive; Sub-Executive; Finances; Convention Expenses]; Information ["32% Of All Commitments to Alberta Jails Due to Liquor"; "89 Women in the Beer Halls"; "1512 Convictions For Being Drunk"].

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Pièce · 9 June 1926
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Program booklet recording the ceremonial laying of the corner stone at St. John's Cathedral in Winnipeg, Manitoba, by the Grand Master and Officers of the Grand Lodge of Manitoba A. F. & A. M. [Ancient Free and Accepted Masons] and the Archbishop of Rupert's Land [Rupertsland] in 1926.

Includes hymn lyrics, prayers by the Archbishop and the Grand Chaplain, and a description of the ceremonial laying of the stone. Concludes with list of addresses to be made by the Grand Master [J.C.W. Reid], Honourable Sheriff Colin Inkster [Church Warden], and Chancellor [John Alexander] Machray, K.C., LLB; 1 verse of the National Anthem and the Doxology; and the Benediction by the Archbishop.

Pièce · 5 Oct. 1926
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Program for the first annual Dinner and Dance hosted by the Winnipeg Board of Trade at the Manitoba Agricultural College on 5 Oct. 1926. Includes brief history of agriculture in Manitoba. Also lists menu and program of events, which included an address by Manitoba Premier John Bracken.

Contains 5 reproductions of photographs depicting the Manitoba Agricultural College Administration Building, a 6-horse team owned by T. E. Gibson of Hartney (Man.), grain elevators, Whitfield Farm (homestead of Geo. C. Cole Burbank), and the Parliament Building in Winnipeg. Also contains 4 diagrams depicting a flail, a fork [pitchfork], "Manitoba's First Plow", and a reaping hook [sickle].

Pièce · 23 Feb. 1927
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A souvenir program offered by the Junior Training Hall, Leicester, regarding a Canadian travelogue by Mr. E. C. F. R. Mackenzie. The travelogue opens with a section titled "1927. Canada's Year" which recommends visiting Canada in 1927 as it is the 60th anniversary of Confederation and Diamond Jubilee celebrations will take place across the country.

Includes the following sections:
A New Class of Ocean Travel - advertisement for the "Tourist Third Cabin" class of Canadian Pacific ocean liners.
Holidays in Canada - gives advice on 3-, 6-, and 7-week long tours of Canada.
Bungalow Camps in Canada - advertising "small log cabins providing sleeping quarters for two or three persons in, and a central Club-house for meals and social intercourse".
Canada for the Sportsman - hunting and fishing, big and small game.
Trail Riding in Canada - horseback riding and camping.
Canadian Pacific Steamships and Canadian Pacific Railway - information regarding routes for each.
Canadian Pacific Hotels - information on hotels owned and operated by Canadian Pacific.
Canadian Pacific Cruises [Around the World, Mediterranean, South African, and South American] - cruises offered by Canadian Pacific.
Independent Tours - could be arranged by Canadian Pacific to "suit individual tastes and requirements", but must be completed within two years.

Also includes 20 reproductions of photographs which show Canadian buildings and hotels, scenery, wildlife, sport, boats, and railways. 2 additional reproductions of photographs show scenery from other locations: Calcutta [Kolkata], India, and Kobe, Japan.

Pièce · 26 June 1927
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Souvenir program commemorating Reverend D. G. [David George] McQueen's 40th year as minister at the First Presbyterian Church in Edmonton. Includes photographs, greetings from other reverends, information about the life of Rev. McQueen, and order of events for Sunday morning and evening's church service.

Back cover lists the Session of First Presbyterian Church for both 1887 and 1927; and the Board of Management of First Presbyterian Church in 1927.

Contains 12 black and white [B&W] reproductions of photographs depicting McQueen, his family and colleagues, and the history of the First Presbyterian Church building and manse in Edmonton.

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Pièce · 31 Aug. - 3 Sep. 1928
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Information, images, and program of events related to the Banff Highland Gathering and Scottish Music Festival held at the Banff Springs Hotel in 1928.

Contents:
The Call to Banff; [Robert] Burns and Music; Thomas Carlyle on "The Jolly Beggars"; George Thomson's Version; Ralph Connor on the Banff Highland Gathering in "The New Outlook"; "Piobaireachd" by Alexander Fraser; The Gathering of the Clans; Pipers in the British Army; Some of the Artists [J. Campbell McInnes (baritone); Jeanne Dusseau (soprano); Marion Kopp (Contralto); Jean Gauld (Highland and Lowland Scottish dancer); Finlay Campbell (baritone); Catherine Wright (mezzo soprano); Ernest Morgan (baritone); and Frances James (performing as "Mary Queen of Scots" with "Four Maries", unidentified)].

The remainder of the booklet gives the program of events for, and describes the Highland events that are to take place during the Gathering.

Contents:
Rules Governing the Highland Events; Bagpipe Competition; Rules Governing the Highland Dress Competition for Men only; Highland Dancing [Highland Fling; Seann Triubhas; Sword Dance; Scotch Reel; Sailor's Hornpipe]; Special Competition in Bagpipe Music; Best Dressed Highlander (Men only); Bagpipe Competitions (Men only); Highland Dancing; Athletic Events [Men and Ladies]; Quoiting; Tug of War.

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Pièce · Jan. 23, 1930
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A programme and dance card for the evening of Thursday, January 23rd, 1930 at the Macdonald Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta, which is another name for the present-day Hotel Macdonald. The dance event is sponsored by the RCMP “G Division.” The dance event time is 10:00 pm to 1:00 am and 16 dances are listed with their accompanying song. Types of dances listed include the waltz, the fox trot, and the two-step.

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Pièce · 1930
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The fourteenth annual Vegreville Summer Fair Prize list and Exhibition Guide which was held in Vegreville, Alberta, from July 28 to July 30, 1930. The guide includes two entry forms, one for livestock and one for all departments aside from livestock, that could be submitted to the exhibition before July 25, 1930. The book includes information about the rules and regulations for the exhibition, prize options for the different livestock categories, and prize options for the various agriculture and horticulture categories. The booklet also includes various advertisements for local businesses.

Pièce · Wednesday, January 14, 1931
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Three programs for the "Annual Round-Up Banquet and Dance" held at the Macdonald Hotel in Edmonton (Alta.) by the "Northern Alberta Pioneer & Old-Timer's Association." All three bear an identical illustration of the "Old-Timers' Cabin at Exhibition Grounds, Edmonton" on the front and contain a "Toast List," a menu, and lyrics to a song on the back. The 1931 and 1932 programs have "Red River Valley," and the 1935 program has "Old Friends." Menu items are themed to Alberta locations, such as "Tofield Noodles" and "Wetaskiwin Potatoes."

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PE002687 - A Night o' Guid Cheer
Pièce · 4 Dec. 1931
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Menu and program of events for a festive Scottish event held in Winnipeg on 4 Dec. 1931. The program is written in the Scots language.

Includes Menu, Toast List [Roamin' in the Gloamin'; Winnipeg Scottish, R.F.C. - proposed by Dod Barclay and responded to by Jimmy Caldwell; Scotland Forever - proposed by Alistair Stewart and responded to by Jack Smith], and Songs [Jack Smith]. Also includes "Songs and Festivity".

"From Scenes like this, Auld Scotia's Grandeur Springs."

Pièce · Jun. 24, 1934
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A French souvenir programme for the celebration of Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day on June 24, 1934. The celebration was hosted by the ACFA Régionale de Saint-Paul, a non-profit organization, in St. Paul, Alberta. The programme lists the order of events for the celebration and includes several advertisements for local businesses.

Pièce · 1 July 1935
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Program of events and information about the opening of the Great Lakes to Winnipeg section of the Trans-Canada Highway in 1935.

Events include: motorcades; automobile party; Pipers' Band; cutting of ribbon; tour of Mount Mackay; tour by steamship of harbors and bay; Luncheon Party; Trans-Canada Highway Celebration Regatta; concert by 1st Lake Superior Regimental Band; banquet; fireworks; Canadian National Radio Broadcast over CKPR (including speeches); motorcade leaves.

Other contents include:
"The March of Progress - From the days of birch bark canoes and toilsome portages, to the luxury of present-day motoring" - about the history of transportation in Canada.
"Some Facts About the Canadian Lakehead Port Arthur - Fort William" - facts about the cities of Port Arthur and Fort William and the scenic views and recreation options (including golf courses, public parks, fishing, hunting, and wildlife) in the area. Includes B&W map of the Great Lakes area.
"Trans-Canada Highway Beckons Motorists" - about the highway creating an all-Canadian auto route from the lakehead to Winnipeg.

Includes 20 B&W images of: canoes and boats; fish and fishing; McVicar's Creek in Port Arthur; The Sleeping Giant - Thunder Bay; Kakabeka Falls; Scenes (including lakes, deer, and campsites) in Arrowhead and Quetico District; aerial photograph of Kenora, Ontario; and Bowlker Park Farm on the Kaministiquia River.

Pièce · June 7, 1936
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A "Programme Souvenir" of the ordination of Catholic Bishop Jean-Louis-Antoine-Joseph Coudert in St. Albert, Alberta on June 7, 1936. The first two pages are photographic prints of "Son Eminence Le Cardinal Villeneuve" and Coudert. Includes a list of "Officers of the Mass," schedule, and brief description of ceremonies.

Pièce · 1937
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Souvenir program of events and information booklet regarding Cardston, Alberta's Golden Jubilee celebration in 1937.

Contents:
List of Central Committee Members; Why We Celebrate in 1937; The Week's Programme ["Monday, June 28th - Indian Day"; "Tuesday, June 29th - Pioneer and Old-Timers' Day"; "Wednesday, June 30th - Baseball Tournament"; "July 1st - Dominion Day"; "Friday, July 2nd - Cardston Day"; "Last Day - Saturday, July 3rd - Fireworks Display"]; Cardston Fifty Years - Jubilee Rejoicing [C. W. Burt and Son]; A Brief History of Cardston "The Temple City" [The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; Cardston's Business Hours; The Alberta Temple; President Edward J. Wood; Waterton Lakes Park; Cardston's Major Industry; Franco Oils Limited; Cardston's Location; Cardston's Churches; Fraternal Societies and Service Clubs; photographs and biographies of Jubilee Committee members [Mark A. Coombs, General Chairman; J. S. Low, Cardston's Mayor; J. Y. Card, General Secretary; C. B. Cheesman, Programme Chairman; Herman Linder, Rodeo Director (photograph removed)]; and blank Memoranda pages.

Also includes several pages of print advertisements for local Cardston and Alberta-based businesses.

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Pièce · May 11, 1937
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

"The Civic Programme and Service of Thanksgiving to Almighty God on the occasion of The Coronation of their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, May 12th, 1937." Event was held on May 11 at the Arena in Calgary and included prayers, hymns, announcements, and performances by the Salvation Army Citadel Band and a choir. Includes messages from government officials and schedules for other events in the city on the same day.

Pièce · [ca. 1937]
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program produced by the Victoria Arena Rink in Calgary, Alberta, ca. 1937. Includes photographs of arena management, coaches, and hockey players.

Contents:
President's photographs [Fred Johnston, President Rangers Hockey Club; Dr. J. H. Birch, President of the Calgary Artificial Ice Rink Co. Ltd.; Jim Hammill, President Bronks Hockey Club]; Official Ice Hockey Rules; message from J. Lloyd Turner, Manager of the Arena; "The Bronks" [hockey club update]; Pee-wee and Junior Lineup [page is left blank]; "The Rangers" [hockey club update]; Senior Hockey photographs and short player biographies [Lindsay Carver; Mike Onychuck]; Pee-wee Hockey photographs and short player [Jack "Morenz" Brackenbury; Frank "Primeau" Quigley; Red "Horner" Smith; "Boll" Crowley] and coach [Harold "Spud" Murphy, Coach; Leo Murphy; Angus McLellan; Gail Egan; Ed Gooder] biographies; Alberta Senior Six Hockey League Schedule; Senior Lineup and Scorecard [filled out for a game related to the Allan Cup Final played between the North Battleford Beavers and the Sudbury Tigers]; Introducing Junior Hockey; Junior Hockey photographs and short player biographies [Doug French; Lorne Metcalfe; Tim Stark; Jack Maher]; photograph of Cecil "Tiny" Thompson posing with 4 Pee-wee goaltenders; and Senior Hockey photographs and short player biographies [Bob Kennedy; "Shammie" Shamlock].

Additionally includes several print advertisements for local businesses.

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Pièce · 25 May 1939
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Souvenir program in accordance with the Royal Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, on 25 May 1939. Published under the auspices of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire as authorized by the Royal Visit Committee appointed by the Moose Jaw city council.

"A Page in Canadian History" provides a brief history of Canada's relationship to the British monarchy from the time of King Edward VII, and information about King George VII and his family from his birth to his coronation on 12 May 1938.

"Moose Jaw --- The Friendly City" gives the history of and current information about the city of Moose Jaw, mentioning [with photographs]: Main Street, the Moose Jaw Auto Park, Crescent Park, the Natatorium [a geothermal mineral pool/spa referred to as a health institute], and the Moose Jaw Wild Animal Park. Additional mention [without photographs] is made of numerous sport and recreation facilities, industry, churches, and various civic works projects.

The program also includes an excerpt from the winning essay of a children's essay contest, a list of presentations and timed events held in accordance with the visit, a map of the city plan of Moose Jaw issued by the Moose Jaw Board of Trade, "Important Information" and "Program Highlights" for attendees, and advertisements.

Pièce · January 17, 1939
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A schedule for the annual meeting of the Local Council of Women of Regina, dated Tuesday, January 17, 1939, held at the City Hall Auditorium and followed by a banquet at the Kitchener Hotel. Program includes a silent prayer, minutes from the previous meeting, speeches by members, election of officers, and "Other Business." The last page consists of a "List of Affiliated Societies."

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PE002474 - "The Rik-a-dam-doos"
Pièce · 9 Dec. 1939
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

"By kind permission of Brigadier General B. W. Browne, D.S.O., M.C., Officer Commanding military district No. 10, and Lieutenant-Colonel W. G. Colquhoun, M.C., Officer Commending Princess Patricia's Canadian Light infantry, the Women's Auxiliary of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry present, in aid of the Comforts Fund and for your enjoyment, "The Rik-a-dam-doos" assisted by the following well known Winnipeg artists who have generously contributed their time and talent."

Program of events includes: comedians, dramas, monologues, community and solo singing, band performances [accordion band - polkas], dancing, and the Finale [featuring the Artists].

Some performers are identified as being current members of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry [P.P.C.L.I.], or "ex-Patricia".

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Pièce · May 27, 1939
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A programme for the performance of The Toronto Trio at the Banff Springs Hotel on May 27th, 1939. Murray Adaskin was the conductor and the violinist, Cornelius Ysselstyn was playing the cello, and Louis Crerar was playing the piano. The singers were Frances James, the soprano, and Joseph Victor Laderoute, the tenor. All the songs in the performance are listed on the programme. This particular performance was attended by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth during their royal tour of Canada.

Pièce · 1940; 1959
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

1940 booklet contains the Programme and Child Development Topics for Alberta's Twenty-Second Annual Child Welfare Week (March 24th to 30th, 1940) held in Elk's Building and Canadian Legion Memorial Hall.

Includes:
List of Alberta Council on Child and Family Welfare Officers for 1940; "A Code of Honour for the Canadian Child"; The Older Child; Amount of Sleep Necessary for Good Health in School Children; Your Child and Its School; Don'ts for Mother to Keep Baby Well; Diet Tables [infancy to 6 years]; Food Values [table]; Low Cost Adequate Meals for One Week; Reasons for Using Pasteurized Milk; Malnutrition - Its Chief Causes; Books for School Children; Weight - Height - Age Tables [infancy to 18 years]; Sunlight. Additionally includes short stories and print advertisements for local businesses.

1959 booklet contains the Programme and Child Development Topics for Alberta's Forty-First Annual Child Welfare Week (March 29 to April 4th, 1959) held in Canadian Legion Memorial Hall.

Includes:
List of Alberta Council on Child and Family Welfare Officers for 1959; Petitions [Administrative Offices of the Children's Aid Department must be well served by the city transit system; Re Housing Neglected and Delinquent Children on the Same Site; Extension of Hours of Service of Children's Aid Department]; "The Children's Charter" [Declaration of Geneva]; Thistletown Hospital; Qualifications of the Social Worker; "Draft International Declaration of Human Rights"; Feeding of Baby; Diet Tables [infancy to 6 years]; Food Values [table]; The Council's Brief on Education; Everyday Resolutions on Health and Safety; "A Code of Honour for the Canadian Child"; Books Recommended by the Children's Department of the Calgary Public Library; Weight - Height - Age Tables [infancy to 18 years]; Sunlight. Additionally includes short stories and print advertisements for local businesses.

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Pièce · 16 Aug. 1940
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

2 concert programs for a performance by Gracie Fields at the Regina Armouries, Regina, Saskatchewan, on 16 August 1940. Accompanist: Harry Parr-Davies. Assisted by local talent.

Includes list of patrons [Lieutenant-Governor Archibald Peter McNab and Mrs. McNab; Premier William John Patterson and Mrs. Patterson; Regina Mayor James Grassick and Miss Grassick; Brigadier C. B. Russell and Mrs. Russell; Assistant Commissioner C. D. Le Nauze and Mrs. Le Nauze]; the program of songs; committee list [Chairman H. E. Sampson; Dan A. Cameron; A. C. Williams; Price Hughes; A. D. Leslie]; and song lyrics ["Rule Britannia"; "There'll Always Be an England"; and "Land of Hope and Glory"].

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Pièce · Apr. 26, 1941
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program for the United Services Concert which was under the sponsorship of the Sons of England Benefit Society at the Winnipeg Lodges. The concert was scheduled for April 26, 1941, in the auditorium of the Winnipeg Lodges. The proceeds from the concert went to the Queen’s Canadian Fund for Air Raid Victims. The program lists the order of events of the concert. The performances were done by various branches of United Services such as the army, the police, the navy, and the air force.

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Pièce · Nov. 6, 1941
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program for the 21st birthday celebration of the Edmonton Art Club at the Hudson’s Bay Empire Lunch Room on November 6, 1941, in Edmonton, Alberta. The program includes a menu for the celebration, the lyrics for the Edmonton Art Club theme song, and several notes about the celebration. Inside the program are two art prints, one depicting a snow-covered valley and trees, and the other depicting a buck standing in front of a lake.

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Pièce · Oct. 24, 1941
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A souvenir booklet commemorating the Presentation of Colours ceremony to the First Battalion of the Saskatoon Light Infantry by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. The ceremony took place in Caterham, Surrey, England on October 24, 1941. The program a short history of the Saskatoon Light Infantry, the order of the ceremony, a photograph print of the Queen’s address, numerous photographs of the ceremony, several group photographs of the different guards in the infantry, and a long list of names of those in the infantry.

Pièce · Nov. 9, 1943
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A programme for a lecture by Walter Duranty on Russia and post-war Europe. The lecture was presented by the Winnipeg Press Club and held at the Winnipeg Auditorium on November 9th, 1943. Walter Duranty was a famed foreign correspondent, author, and journalist, and served as Moscow bureau chief of The New York Times for fourteen years. The programme outlines the sequence of events and also provides a bio for Walter Duranty. On the verso, under the illustration of soldiers, there is a statement indicating that "this space contributed in the interests of Canada's War Effort by the Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting Co. Limited."

Pièce · Sept. 4, 1944
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A souvenir programme for the third anniversary of the No. 5 E.F.T.S. (Elementary Flying Training School) on September 4th, 1944. The school was located in High River, Alberta. The programme contains statements from various staff members of the school, a short history of the school, and a schedule of the celebration events and activities. The programme also includes various advertisements from local businesses. There are several green scribbles throughout the program.

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Pièce · Oct. 1944 - March 1945
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Assorted photographs and printed ephemera largely related to the final years of operation of the No. 19 Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF] Service Flying Training School [SFTS], which closed in March 1945. Includes 2 black and white [B&W] class photographs, 1 depicting the students of Course [Co.] 121 dated Oct. 1944, with autographs of all class members captioned on the verso, and 1 depicting the students of Course 121's "E" Flight dated March 1945, with "Vulcan, Alta, March 45 - Our Class" captioned on the verso.

Additionally includes 1 menu card for Christmas dinner served at the No. 19 SFTS in 1944; 1 invitation card to the Wings Banquet for Course 121 dated 17 March 1945, addressed to a Mr. and Mrs. T. Anderson, and 1 program booklet for the Wings Banquet for Course 121, including the menu, program, 2 B&W class photographs depicting Course 121's "E" and "F" Flights (photograph of "E" Flight is a reproduction of the included photograph dated March 1945), and some student signatures; and 1 souvenir program booklet for the No. 19 SFTS Final Graduation Day dated 29 March 1945, including the program of events, the Commanding Officer's Message, a short paragraph about the history of the RCAF Station at Vulcan, Alberta, and the signature of one student [Harold Hawkins, whose signature is also present on the Wings Banquet program].

A notable exception to the theme is the inclusion of 1 graduation banquet program dated July 12, 1944, for the graduation of Course 106 from the No. 19 Elementary Flight Training School [EFTS] in Virden, Manitoba. There is some overlap between the list of graduates from the No. 19 EFTS and the list of students of Course 121 at the No. 19 SFTS.

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Pièce · 28 Feb. - 2 Mar. 1946
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Souvenir program for the Glenora Figure Skating Club's 1946 Ice Show, held from 28 February - 2 March 1946.

Contents:
Lest We Forget; Foreword; Glenora Figure Skating Club [Officers and Directors; Ladies' Committee; Ice Show Committee; Acknowledgements]; The Ice Show Orchestra Under the Direction of Mrs. J. B. Carmichael [pictured]; Programme [The Toymaker's Dream - Act I; Act II; Act III].

Photographs:
Mrs. J. B. Carmichael, Musical Director; By Popular Demand, Betty Atkinson and Chuck Hain, Former Stars "Ice Follies", "Radio City Center Theatre"; The Caley Sisters - Dorothy and Hazel; Fred Astle and Bob Blackett, Our own Glenora Club ever-sensational comedy pair; Stephanie MacDonald, Professional - Greater Edmonton Figure Skating Club; Shirley Martin and "Muffy" McHugh MacKenzie, Stars from Glencoe Club, Calgary; Dorothy and Jimmie Stephens, Professionals Glenora Figure Skating Club; Phyllis Sutton, Ladies' Senior Club Champion; Lillian Munro, Intermediate Ladies' Club Champion; Arlene Jones and Diana Keltie, Girls' Junior "Dance Pair Champions"; Carol Taylor, Champion Preliminary Class; Barbara Park and Xenia English [Juvenile Club Champion]; Donna Knight [Ladies' Junior Club Champion]; Jane Emery, Barbara Blackett, and Peggy Newland; group photograph "Fairies" [Elaine Cross; Donna Webber; Joyce Lumsden; Daurel Mills; Geraldine Morris; Francis Wharton; Arlene Howarth]; group photograph [Barbara Gowan; Nancy Armstrong; Allison Day; Pat. Hall; Jean Huckell; Margaret Roth].

Additionally includes several print advertisements for various local businesses.

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Pièce · Sunday, November 17, 1946
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Two invitations/programs for the 26th and 28th "Annual Round-Up" for the Southern Alberta Pioneers' and Old Timers' Association, which included church services, meetings, banquet, and dance. Both dinners held at the Palliser Hotel in Calgary, Alberta.

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Pièce · 1946
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

1946 Lethbridge "Native Sons" 77's program and yearbook gives the names and write-ups of the 1946-1947 team, with a black and white [B&W] photograph of each player. Includes the Southern Alberta Junior 'A' Hockey League Schedule for 1946-1947, and a blank score card at centrefold for a game between Calgary and Lethbridge Native Sons. Also present are greetings from Lethbridge's Mayor A. W. Shackleford, Arena Director Gordon A. Frisby, and the President of the Lethbridge Native Sons Hockey Club Ed Bruchet, and various local advertisements and sponsors.

The 1946-47 Penalty Rules are listed throughout the program, with one rule or subsection of rule listed under each player write-up.

1944 Buffaloes versus Stampeders program [No. 2174] gives the player roster, coach, and manager for each team for the 6 Nov. 1944 game. Also advertises a muskrat coat as the draw prize that will be presented to the holder of the program with the number drawn "immediately after the game". Program is missing the middle panel, and only the front and back panels are present.

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Pièce · 4 Feb. 1946
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program of events for a Paul Robeson concert at the Empire Theatre, Edmonton, held as part of Fred M. Gee's Celebrity Concert Series concert on 4 February 1946.

The concert is divided into 5 acts and an intermission. Paul Robeson sings for Acts I, III, and V; William Schatzkamer plays piano for Acts II and IV.

The front cover of the program is autographed by Paul Robeson. The back cover of the program reads "Next Concert in this Series: Friday evening, March 1st, Jennie Tourel, Metropolitan Opera Mezzo Soprano".

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Pièce · Jun. 23, 1947
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program for the Governor’s Banquet in the Fairholme Dining Room at the Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta on June 23, 1947. The guest speaker of the evening is listed as Mr. Maurice Brown of Calgary, Alberta. The program outlines the order of events such as the invocation, several songs, introductions, and presentations. The program also includes the evening’s menu and the lyrics for the songs. The program was printed by General Printing and Bookbinding Limited in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Pièce · 18 Mar. 1949
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program booklet for the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Agriculture and Home Economics Graduation Banquet and Ball held at the Royal Alexandra Hotel in Winnipeg (Man.) on 18 March 1949.

Donald James McFadden is listed within the program as an Agriculture Graduate.

Contains the program of events ["O Canada"; Greetings from the University; Toast to the Faculty and Reply; Toast to the Graduates and Reply; Valedictory; Home Economics Awards; Agriculture Awards; Exchange of Sticks; "God Save the King"] and the dinner menu, as well as 10 handwritten signatures.

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Pièce · 16 Mar. 1950
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program booklet for the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Agriculture and Home Economics "Grad's Farewell" held at the Royal Alexandra Hotel in Winnipeg (Man.) on 16 March 1950.

Contains a list of patrons, the program of events [Grace; Toast to the King; Introduction of Head Table; Greetings from the University; Greetings from the Dean; Toast to the Faculty and Reply; Toast to the Graduates and Reply; Message from Alumni; Valedictory Address; Guest Speaker; Agriculture Awards; Exchange of Agriculture Stick; Home Economics Awards; Exchange of Home Economics Stick; Closing Remarks; The Brown and Gold; "God Save the King"] and the dinner menu, as well as 17 handwritten signatures.

Donald James McFadden's signature is present at the top right of the front cover of the program booklet.

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Pièce · Dec., 1951
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A programme for the Seventh Annual British Columbia Live ANimal Fur Exposition. The exposition was held at the Garden Building in Exhibition Park in Vancouver, British Columbia from December 2 to December 4, 1951. The program lists the order of events for each day and also contains various advertisements for local businesses. The cost of the program is listed as 24 cents and 1 cent for tax.

Pièce · August 6, 1951
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program for the Interscholastic Track and Field Trials put on by the Edmonton Girls' Athletic Club at Clarke Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta on August 6, 1951. Includes a foreword, "The Mayor's Message," schedule of events and presentation of trophies, club information, and advertisements for local businesses.

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Pièce · 12 Mar. 1951
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program of events for the Brandon College Adult Education Division's Western Square Dance Class First Annual Dance Festival and commencement ceremony, and a diploma, issued through the Brandon College Adult Education and Recreation Course For Advanced and Post-graduate Terpsichorean Art (Right and left foot division) conferring the degree of High Level Beginner in Square Dancing (cum laude) to Margaret Dyker (later Margaret McFadden) which would have been presented at the event.

Program booklet includes the event's Menu, Dinner Program ["O Canada"; Grace; "Everybody Sing"; Chairman's Remarks; Toast to the Seniors; Response; Toast to the College; Response; Presentation of Diplomas], Dance Program [Jessie Polka; Mexican Waltz; Canadian Barn Dance; Starlight Schottische; Intermission; Laces and Graces; Lindy Lee; Valeta Waltz; Waltz of the Bells], and the lyrics to 3 Square Dancing Songs ["My Heart Cries For You"; "Don't Fence Me In"; "Cruising Down the River"].

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PE002532 - Stampede Luncheon
Pièce · 8 July 1952
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program for Stampede Luncheon on 8 July 1952 hosted by the Calgary Branch of the Canadian Women's Press Club at the Palliser Hotel. Illustration of cowgirl riding a rearing horse on ffep.

Includes poem [" 'Sprise Package"] about the lack of official program for the Stampede Lunch, Menu, Presentation of Awards [the Albertan Award for news writing and the CFAC Award for radio writing, and honorable mentions], and poem ["Come Again"] regarding guests returning for the next Stampede Luncheon.

2 full-colour reproductions of photographs including cover image of 3 women and back cover image of industrial building; 5 black and white [B&W] reproductions of photographs on inner covers depicting the city of Calgary and the Calgary Stampede; and approximately 9 illustrations depicting wild roses, a man fishing, horseback riding, saddles, a campfire, cattle brands, and industrial building.

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Pièce · 1953-1954
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A collection of various documents related to Donald James McFadden winning the national "Barley Improvement Competition" in 1953.

Includes several newspaper clippings containing photographs of Donald McFadden and articles written about his win; various correspondence and cards received from family, friends, businesses, and government representatives, congratulating him on winning the competition; three event program booklets for the "Complimentary Banquet Given by the Breweries of Manitoba to the Winners of the Barley Improvement Competition" [one program is from 1953, when Donald McFadden won the competition; and two are from 1954, when he was a keynote speaker]; and one copy of an address on "Malting Barley Production in Manitoba" that Donald McFadden gave at the 1954 Complimentary Banquet, speaking as the previous year's winner.

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Pièce · 30 June 1954
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program of events for the official opening of Vermilion Provincial Park. Includes a paragraph providing the history of the park and lake area's development as well as the schedule of events and a list of local members of the Vermilion Park Board.

Listed events include a water safety demonstration, Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF] jet aircraft demonstration over the park, swimming races, a water skiing demonstration, and the official ceremony including a speech from Hon. [Honourable] Ivan Casey, Minister of Lands and Forests.

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Pièce · 1954
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program for the 50th Anniversary Pageant commemorating fifty years of Edmonton history. The anniversary celebration was scheduled from October 8 to 10, 1954, in Edmonton, Alberta at the Edmonton Gardens. The celebration was “dedicated to the Edmonton Old-timers whose pioneering spirit and public service have built the City of Edmonton.” The program includes the order of events, a list of the cast of the pageant, and a list of all the people who contributed to the pageants such as producers, directors, and music accompanists. On the back of the program is a long list of acknowledgements for those who helped to produce the City of Edmonton pageant.

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Pièce · [1954]
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Accompanying material supplied to a guest touring the Trend House in Toronto, Ontario. Contains a list of furnishings, electronics, and appliances, along with the names of the designers and their employing companies, and indicating which were designed in Canada. On the back is a list of companies that supplied miscellaneous items such as books and art.

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Pièce · 1954-05-26 - 1954-05-27
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

An advertisement book and program for the Optimists Club's Boys' Town annual meeting at Western Canada High School in Calgary, Alberta, dated May 26-27, 1954. It consists primarily of advertisements for local businesses, with the event program on a single-sided orange page in the center. Also includes a foreword, "The Optimist Creed," a photograph of the Royal Family, messages from Mayor D. H. Mackay and Chief Constable L. S. Partridge, a list the board of governors of the Calgary Optimist Club, captioned photographs of school sports teams, and information on some of the scheduled performers.

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Pièce · 26 Oct. 1955
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Souvenir program of events for the Edmonton Preceptory No. 46 Knights Templar's Golden Jubilee.

Contents:
Names and contact information for Grand Master [Most Eminent Knight Perry S. Cochrane, M.D.], Deputy Grand Master [Right Eminent Knight Lorne Johnson], Grand Chancellor [Right Eminent Knight C. E. Wells], Provincial Grand Prior [Right Eminent Knight Wm. [William] A. Noble], Registrar [Right Eminent Knight G. Lynn Tipp], and Presiding Preceptor [Eminent Knight Fred E. Sloane]; Agenda [Emergent Assembly - November 2, 1955; Regular Assembly - November 9, 1955]; Golden Jubilee Dinner; "The Illustrious Order of The Red Cross" [a performance under the direction of Eminent Knight A. Peart]; A Few Interesting Highlights in Edmonton Preceptory - A Salute to the History of Edmonton Preceptory 46 K.T. [compiled by Eminent Knight E. G. Ellerton]; Membership Roster; and list of Officers, Auditors, Trustee, Executive Council, and Red Cross Council and Malta Guards [1955-1956]; and list of Preceptors [1905-1955].

Also includes 1 black and white [B&W] portrait of Eminent Knight Fred E. Sloane [Presiding Preceptor, 1955].

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Pièce · 1956
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program for a banquet held by the Oilmen's Golf Tournament of Western Canada. Includes a menu, the schedule for the evening, photographs of trophies and the names of the donors, winners, and runner-ups, a list of the Board of Governors, Executive Committee, and Chairmen, and a brief history of the tournament. Cover image (or perhaps publisher?) credited to "Cliff Parks"

Pièce · 1956-06-21 - 1956-06-22
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

"A Record of the Years: Commemorating Fifty Years of Agricultural Education and Endeavour." A souvenir program for the Golden Jubilee celebration of the Faculty of Agriculture & Home Economics (formerly the Manitoba Agricultural College) of the University of Manitoba, held on June 21-22, 1956. Includes a schedule of events, a history of the faculty, student activities and sports teams information, and a list of graduates. The name "Don McFadden" is written in the top right corner of the front cover.

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Pièce · 14 June 1957
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Lists Members of Council of the Engineering Institute of Canada [EIC] for 1957, including President-Elect Clement M. Anson of Sydney, Nova Scotia; past Presidents Donald M. Stephens of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Richard E. Heartz of Montreal, Quebec, and Vernon A. McKillop of London, [Ontario?]; Vice-Presidents; Councillors; Treasurer; General Secretary; Assistant General Secretaries; Field Secretary; and Western Field Secretary.

Also includes a seating chart of individuals to be seated at the Head Table.

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Pièce · March 12, 1958
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A souvenir program commemorating the arrival of the first railway train from the Pacific Coast to the Peace River District in British Columbia. The ceremony was scheduled to occur at the Chetwynd Station in Chetwynd, BC. The program outlines the events of the ceremony including several addresses, free ice cream, and a refreshment buffet.

Pièce · Nov. 16, 1959
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program for the Manitoba Historical Society commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Nor’Wester Newspaper. The commemoration was held on November 16, 1959, at 6:30 pm at the Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The illustration on the cover page of the program depicts the first newspaper office in Western Canada. On the first inside page, there is a printed copy of a contract for the beginning of the Nor’Wester Newspaper. The program outlines the events for the evening which include a toast, introductions, greetings, and several speakers.

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Pièce · Jun. 26, 1962
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A programme for the Manitoba Historical Society Annual Meeting and commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Selkirk settlement. The meeting was held on June 26, 1962, at 6:30 pm at Lower Fort Garry. The image on the front of the programme depicts a painting by Charles Sheldon “representing the arrival of the second party of Selkirk Settlers at Point Douglas.” The illustration on the inside depicts Fort Douglas in 1817, and the photograph print depicts Point Douglas in 1962. The programme outlines the events for the evening which include greetings, and various reports from board members.

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Pièce · 11 April 1966
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program for the Sir Winston Spencer Churchill Society's annual banquet held on 11 April 1966, with Admiral of the Fleet Albert Victor Nicholas Louis Francis [Louis] Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, as a guest.

Contains a bulleted list outlining important events in the personal and political life of the Admiral Mountbatten [from his birth in 1900 to 1966]; the Programme [Grace; Dinner; The Loyal Toast; Introduction; Guest Speaker; Toast; Appreciation; O Canada] and Menu for the banquet; and 7 selected short paragraphs written by Sir Winston Churchill, dated between 1941 and 1945, regarding the Admiral Mountbatten.

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Pièce · Oct. 8, 1966
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A programme for the graduation ceremony for the Rolling River School Division No. 39 collegiates. The ceremony was held in the Minnedosa Collegiate Institute Auditorium on October 8, 1966, at 8:00 pm. The programme lists the names of the graduates from six collegiates: Elton Collegiate, Erickson Collegiate, Oak River Collegiate, Minnedosa Collegiate, Rivers Collegiate, and Sandy Lake Collegiate. On the inserted paper there is a list of students accepting medals for various subjects and a list of several students who accepted scholarships. On the back of the programme is the order of events.

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Pièce · 1966-06-25 - 1966-06-26
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

"Commemorating Sixty Years of Agricultural Education and Achievement." A souvenir program for the Diamond Jubilee celebration of the Faculty of Agriculture & Home Economics (formerly the Manitoba Agricultural College) of the University of Manitoba, held on June 25-26, 1966. Includes a schedule of events, a history of the faculty, highlights of advancements, and lists of academic staff and graduates. An amendment was made to page 34 with a sticker adding names of academic staff to the plant science department, but the glue has failed and it is now laid in between pages 34-35.

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Pièce · Oct. 21, 1967
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A programme for the graduation ceremony for the Rolling River School Division No. 39 collegiates. The ceremony was held in the Rivers Collegiate Institute Auditorium on October 21, 1967, at 8:00 pm. The programme lists the names of the graduates from six collegiates: Elton Collegiate, Oak River Collegiate, Erickson Collegiate, Minnedosa Collegiate, Rivers Collegiate, and Sandy Lake Collegiate. On the back of the programme is the order of events.

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Pièce · 24 April 1967
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program for the Sir Winston Spencer Churchill Society's annual banquet held on 24 April 1967, with Harold Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis, as a guest.

Contains text and photographs outlining important events in the personal and political life of the Earl Alexander [from 1911 to 1967]; the Programme [Grace; Dinner; The Loyal Toast; Introduction; Guest Speaker; Toast; Appreciation; O Canada] and Menu for the banquet; and 2 selected short paragraphs written by Sir Winston Churchill, dated 1943 and 1945, regarding the Earl Alexander.

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Pièce · Sept. 22,1969
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A program for the ceremony of the raising of the flag of Saskatchewan on September 22, 1969, at the Legislative Building in Regina, Saskatchewan. Inside the program there is a proclamation from M. R. [Balen], the Acting Deputy Provincial Secretary. The program outlines the order of events for the ceremony and includes the lines for some prayers.

Pièce · Jul. 13, 1970
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A souvenir program commemorating the royal family visit to Winnipeg, Manitoba to honour the Joint Veterans Committee and attend the Winnipeg Blue Bomber and Saskatchewan Roughrider football game on July 13th, 1970. The royal family for this visit included Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, Prince Phillip the Duke of Edinburgh, Charles the Prince of Wales, and Princess Anne.

Pièce · 11-15 Sep. 1971
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Souvenir program from the War Amputations of Canada's 33rd Dominion Convention, held at the MacDonald Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta, in 1971. Includes messages from and photographs of War Amputations' executive committee members [including Dominion Vice-President Keith E. Butler; and President, Edmonton Branch, Charles A. (Chuck) Daigneau] and supportive political figures [including Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta Grant MacEwan; Alberta premier Harry E. Strom; Edmonton mayor Ivor G. Dent; and Minister of Veterans Affairs Jean-Eudes Dube], program of events for the convention, the recipient of the 1971 Sidney Junior Award, and 1 photograph captioned "1969 Convention Memories" showing the 1969 Sidney Junior Award recipient with Lieutenant-Colonel Sidney Lambert, the award's namesake.

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Pièce · July 18, 1979
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A brochure for the dedication ceremony of the Northlands R.C.M.P. Commemorative Theatre, dated Wednesday, July 18, 1979. Includes information on the theater, a brief history of the 'A' Troop march from Roche Percee to Fort Edmonton in 1874, details of the preview of the proposed film "The Force" that was shown at the ceremony, photographs of Supt. W.D. Jarvis, Sgt. Major S. Steele, Inspector J. D. Moodie, and Sgt. Maj. A.H. Griesbach, a map of Western Canada, and a list of thanks to movie personnel, RCMP officers, the Edmonton NWMP Historical Attraction Advisory Board, and Northlands executives. Laid-in is another brochure announcing plans for the Northlands' Theme Village, scheduled to be completed in 1985. The front shows an illustration of a statue of Sgt. Maj. A.J. Griesbach and the back is a map of the location of the Theme Village within the Northlands' grounds.

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Pièce · 18 Oct. 1979
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program issued in accordance with the Young Women's Christian Association [YWCA] Calgary chapter's Women of the Year Awards (1979).

The booklet gives a brief history of the Persons case [the 1929 judgment by the Privy Council of England which ruled that Canadian women were to be considered persons], a list of Women of the Year award nominees, a list of 50 women of achievement invited as special guests, the program of events and dinner menu, and brief profiles of the "Famous Five" [Nellie McClung, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Louise Crummy McKinney, Emily Gowan Murphy, and Irene Parlby].

Includes 1 complete sheet of 54 commemorative stamps marking the 50th anniversary of the Persons case judgment.

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Pièce · 1981
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A graduation program listing the 96 graduating students of the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Agriculture class of 1981. Includes the students' graduation photographs [1 student missing a photograph] paired with a short write-up about each student listing their Major, Prior Working Experience, Interests other than Agriculture, Winnipeg Address, and Home Address.

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Pièce · June 28, 1987
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A schedule for the centennial celebration of Alexander United Church in Alexander, Manitoba on Sunday, June 28, 1987. The program includes lists of speakers, ministers, ushers, musicians, and guestbook attendees, as well as the order of events and hymn lyrics. The front cover shows an illustration of the church building in blue ink.

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FC 3216.3 P63 R64 2.3.15 · Pièce · 24 Nov. 1994
Fait partie de Roger Pocock archives

A program, an invitation, and a place card for the Legion of Frontiersmen of the Commonwealth (U.K. Command) 90th Anniversary Founders Day Dinner. The dinner occurred on November 24, 1994, at the Naval and Military Club in Piccadilly, London, England. The event's patron is listed as The Rt. Hon. The Countess Mountbatten of Burma. Inside the program is a list of dates to remember, the dinner menu, and the outline of events for the evening.

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Pièce · [1996]
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A souvenir program for the Frantic Follies vaudeville show in Whitehorse, Yukon, celebrating "33 years of laughter." Includes the show's history, excerpts from an article on creator Jim Murdoch, cast list with photographs and some with signatures, advertisements for local businesses, and other related information. The cover illustration is credited to Rob Ingram.

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Pièce · 11-14 July 2002
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Program booklet for the 2002 Winnipeg Folk Festival, held at Birds Hill Park from July 11-14. Main Stage performers included The Wailin' Jennys, Ron Sexsmith, Dervish, Rokia Traore, Sam Bush, Fabulous Thunderbirds, Mason Jennings, Jane Bunnett, Tim O'Brien, Amampondo, Habana Sax, Horace X, Ellen McIlwaine, Lennie Gallant, Colin Linden, Kristi Stassinopoulou, Ian Tyson, De Dannan, Toshi Reagon, Oscar Lopez, Richie Havens, Nick Lowe, and Oysterband.

Contents:
Site Map 2002; Welcome; Messages from Funders; Messages from President, General Manager, and Artistic Director; Festival Info; Operating Times; What You Need to Know; Give to your Folk Festival; The Music; Performer Bios; Young Performers Program; Daytime Stages Schedule; Family Area; Main Stage Concert Schedule; Songs of the Finale; Discography; Services; Food; Hand-Made Village; Our Thanks; Volunteers; Donors; Sponsors; Government; Article: Peter Gzowski - In Memoriam.

Additionally contains several print advertisements for local businesses.

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