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Christmas 1975, Christmas 1976

Item is a film showing a family celebrating Christmas. Film contains scenes with children unwrapping presents, playing Twister and board games, women preparing food, kittens playing, a dachshund puppy playing, a child getting a haircut in the bathroom, and Christmas decorations. The film ends with footage of school children participating in running races, potato sack races, relay races, and three-legged races on school grounds.

City Lights Etc.

Item is an amateur film documenting Vancouver city lights at night in 1964, including several neon signs and Theatre Row on Granville Street. The film also contains snow scenes and footage of the William Gardner family at Capilano Road in North Vancouver in December 1964 and January 1965, and footage of the family at their West Vancouver home between May and July 1965.

Gardner, William

City of playgrounds

Item is a documentary film documenting people participating in recreational activities in Montreal?s parks. Some of the recreational activities documented in the film include children?s playground activities, a parade, races, baseball, tug-of-war, swimming, gymnastics, ice-skating, hockey and a toboggan run.

City shapes

Item is a recording of three different advertisements for City Shapes, the Vancouver Centennial Sculpture Symposium, 1986. The first two shorter advertisements include images of smaller sculptures while a voice over narrator talks about the sculpture symposium. The final longer advertisement includes aerial footage and an expanded discussion of Vancouver history and sculpture in addition to the same images of smaller sculptures and exposition about the sculpture symposium.

City shapes - sculpture symposium

Item is a video containing three promotional commercials for the City Shapes Vancouver Centennial Sculpture Symposium of 1986 in Vanier Park (Vancouver, B.C.). The commercials contain miniature models of Vancouver sculptures and an aerial shot of downtown Vancouver.

Cityport

Item is a documentary film documenting the issue between the development of cityports and residential areas near the Vancouver shoreline. Film contains historical images of cityports and scenes of ports at Halifax and London, England for comparison to the situation in Vancouver.

Closet Ball '96 : Bellingham

IItem is a videocassette containing a recording of the 'Closet Ball '96' at Rumours Nightclub, Bellingham. The show was the investiture of the new 'Closet Queen' and was sponsored by the Dogwood Monarchist Society.

Contents index:
(00:00) Erin and Stephanie - MCs
(1:15) Betty Desire - song
(7:20) Rachael Lee - song
(12:00) Kitty Love - song
(15:45) Jerry and Iwana - song
(20:20) Wayne - song
(28:35) Betty Desire - song
(35:30) Black Tie - song
(40:55) Foxy Roxy - song
(45:10) Wayne -song
(53:10) Tina Rocker - song
(59:50) Peter Storm - song
(1:05:25) Betty Desire - song
(1:07:35) Gypsy Rose - song
(1:10:10) Matilda Baby - song
(1:15:15) Wanda Woolly - song
(1:27:05) Iwana - song
(1:30:25) Catherine - song
(1:38:25) Brentwood Slide - song
(1:49:15) Celita Slide- song

Coqu[itlam] Lake Okanagan and [Myra] Canyon [and] Start of PNE Parade

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1958 Vancouver Pacific National Exhibition Parade and British Columbia scenery. The film begins with footage probably taken from a Kettle Valley Railroad train going through the Okanagan. The film ends with footage of floats in the P.N.E parade. Identified floats and performers include Shell, White Spot, and the New Westminster Shrine Club General Band. Businesses shown include Oscar's, Standard Stations, British American Oil Company, Canadian Pacific Railroad, and Pacific Western Airlines.

Coronation '96 : Virtual Reality : Meeting the Unknown

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of 'Virtual Reality: Meeting the Unknown', the 1996 Dogwood Monarchist Society Coronation Ball.

Contents index:
(00:00) ted northe and Charity - Set 1 Emcees
(01:50) Knights of Malta flag presentation
(02:30) Vancouver Men's Chorus - national anthem
(07:40) Dogwood Court introduced
(13:45) Doug Hall - song
(25:50) Missy [LaMoo] - Saskatchewan court - song
(34:45) GVNCS [Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society]
(49:00) Glenn and Diana Rose - song
(53:35) Jim Stevenson, NDP candidate - speech
(57:30) Vancouver Leather Alliance
(59:05) Wanda Fuca - song
(1:17:40) Donni Hamilton - song
(1:21:40) JD Rene - song
(1:30:10) Mama Karen and [Marilyn Oh] - Set 2 Emcees
(1:34:05) ted northe - song
(1:52:15) Edmonton, Alberta - song/dance
(2:09:00) Christopher Peterson - song
(2:19:20) The Widow Lennie - song
(2:24:00) Judy Jive - song
(2:28:00) Beverley Lake - song
(2:33:45) [Coco] Empress of Olympia - song
(2:46:50) Empress II and Jackie from Reno - Set 3 Emcees
(2:49:40) Charity St. Peters - song
(2:54:45) Myria Le Noir - song
(3:16:20) San Francisco, Mary [Tie Me] Moore - song
(3:36:) [Silky Smooth] - song
(3:43:20) Empress Washington - song
(3:59:45) Maria - song
(4:04:50) Crema - song
(4:13:00) Judy Jive - song
(4:21:10) Doug Hall - announces awards
(4:39:00) Gordon Newman- Set 4 Emcee
(4:39:40) Doug Hall De Vander Vogue - song
(4:42:40) Darshun Hall - song
(4:49:25) Tara Nova - song
(4:57:40) Jack [Rockenfella], Court of Everett, Washington - song
(5:02:25) Justine - song
(5:08:40) Poly Ester - song
(5:14:00) Justine Tyme - song
(5:25:40) Doug Hall De Vander Vogue - song
(5:50:50) Crowning of Crema and Judy Jive

(01:50) Knights of Malta flag presentation
(02:3

Coronation Ball 1993 [part 2]

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of part 2 of the 1993 Dogwood Monarchist Society Coronation Ball at the Commodore Ballroom.
Parts 1 and 4 are at 2018-020.3016 - Part 3 is 2018-020.3015

Contents index:
(00:14) Audience dancing
(01:25) Marilyn [Oh] and [Jack-E], Reno - co-hosts
(02:00) Vancouver court entrance (King and I theme)
(08:50) Previous monarchs introduced
(13:15) Award presentations to Bennett Williams, Joseph Baldwin, ted northe, Mama Ernie, Carl Olson (Celebrities) and Reg Manning
(22:00) Willie Taylor - song
(26:55) Emperor and Empress of Portland - song and court introductions
(35:55) Court of Seattle - songs, dance and introductions
(44:35) Court of Reno - song
(45:30) Sister Clitoris - song
(58:35) Judy Jive - song
(1:02:30) Calgary court - song and introductions
(1:13:00) Court of Spokane, Washington
(1:15:20) Portland Empress XXV Champagne - song
(1:20:20) Court of Regina - song and introductions
(1:34:50) Christopher Peterson - song
(1:48:00) [Palau Ice]- song

Coronation Ball 1993 [part 3]

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of part 3 of the 1993 Dogwood Monarchist Society Coronation Ball at the Commodore Ballroom.

Contents index:
(00) Joan-E - song
(5:20) David - entrance, dance and song
(12:50) Bill, Emperor XVI of Portland, Oregon -song
(17:40) Bennett Williams - songs
(35:50) Imelda Mae Santos - song
(40:00) Introduction of Willie Taylor, Myria Le Noir, Serena (Empress of Calgary), Anita (Empress of Regina), Empress of Edmonton, Empress of Toronto, Miss Kay (Empress I of Saskatoon), Wilma Fingerdew (Empress of Regina).
(42:15) Introduction of Emperors of Little John (Emperor XVI of Calgary), Mr. Vera (Emperor XVII of Edmonton), Andy [Rereginus] (Emperor II of Regina), and Bob Town (Emperor XI Toronto).
(44:25) Poly Ester - song
(49:45) Empress of Calgary Justine Tyme - song
(54:50) Pearl d'Abolonia - song
(59:45) Candidates performance introducing Flo Dear
(1:03:40) Flo Dear -song
(1:08:20) Dusty Ryane - song
(1:16:10) Wa Wa - song
(1:19:25) Ken Coolen - songs
(1:27:20) Imelda Mae Santos - song

Coronation Ball 1993 [parts 1 + 4]

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of parts 1 and 4 of the 1993 Dogwood Monarchist Society Coronation Ball at the Commodore Ballroom.

Contents index:
(00) Svend Robinson (Burnaby MP) - introductory remarks
(3:51) Knights of Malta - flag presentation
(5:30) US and Canada national anthems
(16:40) Imelda Mae Santos and Bennett Williams - duet
(20:10) Visiting royalty, sponsors and organizations introduced
(28:55) Iris, GVNCC Princess - song
(33:00) Guests and sponsors introduced
(33:30) Sandy St. Peters honored with video screening
(39:35) Toni Lester - song
(45:15) Ms. Adrian - song
(49:40) Diana Rose - dance and song
(58:20) Gary Johnson and Zola - duet
(1:03:28) Gil Ferguson - song
(1:09:17) College of Monarchs introduced
(1:26:23) Audience dancing
(1:30:05) 21 Emperor Wawa and 22 Empress Dusty Ryane; Oath of office and crowning

Corporate demo tape

Item is a Yaletown Productions demo tapes with segments from programs produced. Includes brief advertisements for Vancouver Helicopters, TCG International, NORSAT International, Petro Canada, CAATS [Canadian Automated Air Traffic System], and Speedy Auto Glass.

Country calendar

Item is a documentary film examining the Fraser Valley Milk Producers' Association and its antecedents, with emphasis on its modern plant and distribution system. Individuals involved in the production of the film include: Bob Reid (photography), Bill Terry (sound), Don Cumming (film and music editor), Norm Hansen (supervising producer), Dick Bocking (producer).

Cranbrook AIDS Benefit '94 [tape 1 of 2]

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the first half of the Cranbrook AIDS Benefit '94 hosted by Bill Monroe from the Key Theatre on December 1st, 1994. The recording begins with a title and credits and was presented by Shaw Cable 11. Performers include the K.C. Singers, Valdy, Shari Ulrich, Marcus Mosely, Denis Simpson and Sibel Thrasher. Speaker include Reverend Neil Gray, Leila Cooper-Heck and Svend Robinson. The video also contains footage showing Rene Newhouse interviewing Valdy and Mike Patterson at the reception.

Cranbrook AIDS Benefit '94 [tape 2 of 2]

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the second half of the Cranbrook AIDS Benefit '94 hosted by Bill Monroe from the Key Theatre on December 1st, 1994. The recording was presented by Shaw Cable 11. Performers and speakers include Marcus Mosely, Denis Simpson, Sibel Thrasher, The Sibelettes [Barbara, Tina and Linda], Alex Keating, Brent Carver, Rene Newhouse, and Mike Patterson. The video also contains footage showing guests mingling at the reception and Rene Newhouse interviewing Bill Monroe and Leila Cooper-Heck.

Crane - Rock and Chandlers

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of cranes lifting unfinished stones at the symposium site and later into a building with "1 Chandlers Lane" written over the doorway. Artists believed to be featured include Mathias Hietz, Wolfgang Kubach, and Jiro Sagawara.

Crane Moving Marble

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of cranes lifting unfinished stones. Artists believed to be featured include Mathias Hietz, Wolfgang Kubach, and Jiro Sugawara.

Cross Canada road trip and Expo '67

Item is an amateur film containing footage of the George W. Goold family vacation in the summer of 1967. Includes footage of the family at the following attractions: Yoho National Park; International Bridge in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario; the “Big Nickel” in Sudbury, Ontario; industrial plants in Ontario; Parliament Hill in Ottawa and the changing of the ceremonial guard, National War Memorial and Samuel de Champlain statue; Ottawa River; Chateau Laurier; Chateau Frontenac and Citadelle Aerien; St. Lawrence River valley; and Expo ’67 in Montreal, including views of the fair grounds and many of the buildings; Niagara Falls; Badlands National Park and Mount Rushmore, South Dakota; Old Faithful and hot springs in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; and an unidentified lakeside resort, possibly in the interior of British Columbia. Film also contains some footage at the end showing George Goold putting up the Christmas lights at 1138 Balfour Avenue and the children riding their bikes.

Cutie

Item is an amateur film depicting a young women sunbathing and frolicking unclothed in a meadow in the woods. The film also includes some footage of a car.

Cycle! : show #1

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include an interview with Olympian Alison Sydor; how to climb rough terrain; trail of the week: Kettle Valley Trail, BC; the importance of riding in a straight line; choosing the right bicycle; the Sumac Memorial Race; important hand tools for bicycle maintenance; bike lingo: bonk; and cyclists who do not stop at stop signs. Recognizable locations include Granville Island, False Creek, Burrard Street Bridge, The Bike Cellar, Hollywood Theatre, and Vanier Park.

Cycle! : show #10

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include cycling in P.E.I. and the province converting rail lines to bike trails; avoiding common cycling mistakes on the road; different types of tire valves; Le Monde a Bicyclette: bicycle advocacy in Montreal; bicycle roof racks; bike trail of the week: Women on Wheels at Hamlin Point, Ontario;navigating twist and turns on trail; and the Velo Halifax bicycle club.

Cycle! : show #2

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include Tuesday Night Jam in the Park: Stanley Park group riding; pack riding tips; riding to preserve trails; safety tips for children cycling on sidewalks; how to release a jammed chain; Parks Board bike patrol in Stanley Park; trail of the week: Lake Bend Park area (Bellingham), Washington; fitting your bicycle to your body; and travel/touring in Nova Scotia on a bike.

Cycle! : show #3

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Winston Brown and Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include bicycle advocacy: Critical Mass rides; avoiding car doors; the Trumpeter Pedal Band of the Royal Netherlands Army; drinking and cycling; road etiquette and how to make a left turn; bicycle roof racks; tips about locking bicycles to street poles; working off calories on a bike; trail tips: how to sharpen your switch-back technique; and bicycle mechanics on cyclists. Recognizable locations and people include the Vancouver Art Gallery, Eaton's, Granville Street Bridge, Burrard Street Bridge, Gordon Price, Burrard Street, Sea Bus and Sea Bus Terminal, Main Street/False Creek area, Hotel Vancouver, and Canada Place Hotel.

Cycle! : show #4

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Winston Brown and mechanic Cheryl Parker. Topics of this episode include bicycle helmet laws in Paradise, Newfoundland; the push for helmet laws in Vancouver and British Columbia;the proper way to wear a helmet; avoiding puddles; different types of bicycle brakes and how to adjust them; bike lingo: biff; helmets; Tour de l'ile in Montreal; how to ride in trails without skidding or sliding; and how to pass an equestrian on a bicycle. Recognizable locations include Stanley Park, the False Creek sea wall, Kitsilano Beach, Carelton Cycles, BC Place, and Pender Street.

Cycle! : show #4

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include bike touring; BMX-ing; commuting by bicycle and good commuter bicycles; trail tips: how to making turns in rough terrain; how to transport your bicycle on an airplane; avoiding the right turn squish; and sharing the road. Recognizable locations include Cambie Cycles, Vancouver Airport, and Kitsilano Beach.

Cycle! : show #5

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include the Cross-Canada Cycle Tour Society: senior cyclists; Sprockids: educating kids about bicycling; paying attention on the road; Point Roberts crossing bicycle trail; how to get over obstacles on a hilly trail; how gears work and how to adjust derailleurs; bike trail of the week: Morin Heights, Quebec; senior cycling tour from San Diego to New Orleans; and stationary bicycles. Recognizable locations include Vanier Park and the Point Roberts Canada/USA border.

Cycle! : show #5

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Winston Brown and mechanic Cheryl Parker. Topics of this episode include bike paths, bike lanes, and commuting; Vancouver's new bike way; bike lingo: doored; the hazards of riding alongside parked vehicles;bicycle lights; changing brake shoes; staying hydrated; bike trail of the week: North Vancouver; Team Horb (Hornby Island off road biking society) stunt biking; and doctors on cyclists not wearing helmets. Recognizable locations include BC Place, the Adanac bikeway, Granville Island, Kitsilano Beach, the Stanley Park seawall, Burrard Street, and West Cordova.

Cycle! : show #5

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmaine Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include Toronto bike to work week; a bicycle choir; a consumer report on bike racks; stationary bikes; bike trail of the week: Lochside Trail on Vancouver Island; using hand signals on the road; motorists on how cyclists are considered vehicles but insurance is not required; how to descend rough terrain; how to pack your bicycle for the plane; and a Toronto bike auction.

Cycle! : show #6

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include bicycle polo; fitting bicycles for kids; bicycling website of the week; exercises for balance and handling skills; rain gear; bicycle stands for maintenance; stretching for cycling; bicycle theft; and preparing for commuting. Recognizable locations include Jericho Beach, the False Creek seawall, Vancouver Public Library Central Branch, West Point Cycles, Cambie Street Bridge, Lions Gate Bridge, and Lions Gate Hospital.

Cycle! : show #6

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Winston Brown and mechanic Cheryl Parker. Topics of this episode include Earth Corps: recycling bicycles for children in Winnipeg; tips for cycling in the rain; chain breaking and relinking; log climbing in the trails; sidewalk cycling; bike trail of the week: Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park; consumer report: bicycle pants; how to change gears; and Danelle Laidlaw (Executive Director, Cycling BC) on irresponsible cyclists. Recognizable locations include the Bloedel Floral Conservatory grounds, Queen Elizabeth Park, and the False Creek sea wall.

Cycle! : show #6

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include road racing at UBC; teachingchildren road sense cycling skills; layering your clothing when cycling in the cold; how back derailleurs work and how to adjust them; Alan Shiveral on kids' bikes with adult hardware; bunny hopping; bike seats; and bicycle riding with a pacemaker: Ride for Heart. Recognizable locations include Vanier Park, UBC, Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal, Vanier Park, Maritime Museum, Blanca Street, and downtown Vancouver.

Cycle! : show #7

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include bicycle world travelers: the Velcro Brothers; bicycle riding at night and reflectors;how to bike through drop-offs; the proper way to teach children how to ride a bicycle; extreme mountain biking education and trail building; bike saddles; and low-rider bicycles and low-rider culture. Recognizable locations include Granville Island Market, the Vancouver Art Gallery, Robson Square, Alma Street, Gastown, Denman Street, Vanier Park, Vancouver Maritime Museum, and the Aquabus.

Cycle! : show #7

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include biking classes in high school; being prepared for mountain biking; how to adjust your handle bar; trail tips: how to land; helmets; bike trail of the week: Saskatoon, and bicycle racing on ice; off-road riding tips; stretches before cycling; communicating on the road: signaling methods; and extreme mountain biking. Recognizable locations include Grouse Mountain, Sunset Beach, Vanier Park, and the Plaza of Nations.

Cycle! : show #8

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include a women's cycling camp; how to bunny hop; what side of the road to ride on; different types of tire valves; and commuting to work in the rain with panniers. Recognizable locations include south Cambie, Cambie Street Bridge, Stanley Park, English Bay, and Lions Gate Bridge.

Cycle! : show #8

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include Montreal's Tour de l'ile; helmet legislation in Ontario; setting a good example as a cyclist; adding variety to your workouts; shock absorbers and their history; kids on steep hills and rain; trail tips: how to bike under things; how to buy a used bike; and the bike trail of the week: Vancouver Island and Victoria area.

Cycle! : show #9

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include the Sea to Sky bicycle trail construction; BUGS: Bicycle User Groups; tips on improving your traffic riding technique; how to lubricate your bike; what to do at uncontrolled intersections; bicycle lawn mowers; trail tips: how to get off and on your bicycle while in motion;bar ends; spouses of cyclists. Recognizable locations include Burrard Street Bridge, Broadway near Fir/Granville (near the old Aristocratic Diner), Granville Street Bridge, and Vanier Park.

Cycle! : show #9

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include Vicious Cycle: Real Action Pictures (RAP) film about mountain biking; bicycle helmets; cycling website of the week; becoming a bicycle courier; trails and user conflict; trail tips: bunny hopping; bike trail of the week: Marathon, Ontario; commuting to work case study; layering for cycling in the winter; and using bicycles for work. Recognizable locations include the Endowment Lands, Cambie Street Bridge, Lions Gate Bridge, Chinatown, and downtown Vancouver.

Cycle! : show #96-01 : repak #1 : Supersonic Individual

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include cycling safety tips for kids; spot checking your bike before cycling; practicing maneuvering; taking your child road riding; reckless driveway ride outs; bad role model cycling examples; shoulder checking without swerving; cycling hand signals; shoulder checking before signaling; what to do at intersections without traffic signs/lights; and clumsy cycling mistakes while cycling in groups on the road.

Cycle! : show #96-03 : mountain bike special

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include the evolution of mountain biking and types of mountain bikes; mountain bike marketing; the Westcoast school of mountain biking; V-Brakes; bike lingo: sweet, not so sweet; adjusting your grip shift and rear derailleur; the art of mountain biking in urban spaces; off-road racing; and gravity and drops. Recognizable locations include Pacific Spirit Park, Vanier Park, Burrard Street Bridge, and Spanish Banks.

Cycle! : show #96-06 : advocacy special

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks. Topics of this episode include bike advocacy: Vancouver's Bike to Work Week and Bike to Market Day; a Bike to Work Week ride with Doug Smith (City Cycling Co-ordinator) over Burrard Street Bridge and via Union/Adanac bike way; Granville Island public market Bike to Work Week activities; the Alternative Transportation Centre; mountain biking in Burnaby Mountain and trail rights; patrolling Pacific Spirit Park and intercepting trespassing cyclists; cyclists on the sidewalk; the Sanctuary Foundation: mechanics programs and therapeutic benefits; bicycle advocacy and women cyclists; and the experiment to designate a lane on Burrard Street Bridge to bicycles. Recognizable locations and people include Burrard Street Bridge, Granville Island, New Westminster, and Gordon Price.

Cycle! : show #96-08 : weird & wonderful special

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include 24-hour endurance mountain biking; cardio-cruising on False Creek; bicycle umbrella: Raingo; riding pet birds around on a bicycle; Ted Schredd: traffic reporting on a bicycle, the North America bicycle tour, and naked cycling photography; Land Rover all-purpose bicycles; parking meter party home video; William Craig invention of a mountain biking prosthetic arm and custom bike; and bicycle helmet airbrush art. Recognizable locations include False Creek/Yaletown, Pacific National Exhibition grounds, and Hastings and Renfrew.

D. Scott's travel footage from Bermuda, Brazil, and Argentina

Items is an amateur film which appears to capture some of the places D.S. Scott travelled to in the 1920s. Footage captures streets, men fishing, and children playing in Hamilton (Bermuda); buildings and people playing ping pong in what a sign suggests is Santos (Brazil); and people on a beach and the busy downtown in Buenos Aires (Argentina). The film also contains footage of what are presumably voyages between these destinations.

DMS [Dogwood Monarchist Society] Coronation Ball

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of 'Masquerade : The Faces Behind the Mask', the 2008 Dogwood Monarchist Society Coronation Ball at the Vancouver Masonic Hall. Audio cuts in and out throughout recording.

Contents index:
(00:40) Knights of Malta
(06:05) Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society
(09:50) Emcees of Act One: Empress of Calgary - Dion, and Empress of San Diego - Lala
(11:45) Emperor Glen Anderson and Empress Imelda Mae Santos
Empress of Canada - Ted North
(32:30) [Jerene Jefferies] - Empress of Hawaii - song
(39:20) Janine Fuller (Little Sister's Bookstore)
(39:50) Phillip Dawson, Richard Harrison, Jim DeYoung, Paige Turner, Larry Gordon (British Columbia Person's With AIDS Society)
(42:25) Jeffery Bear, Sarah Blankets, Byron Longclaw, Super Hazel DePontiac, John Taylor. Jaylene, Vince Rex, Al Houston (Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society)
(43:25) Princess 18, BeBe Bear - song
(50:20) Maximus (Entertainer of the Year) - song
(55:10) Miss Kiwi Stevens - song
(59:00) Miss Adrian Ryan Jive - song
(1:05:50) Mandy Kamp - song
(1:13:30) Imelda Mae Santos and Glen Anderson - song
(1:16:10) Glen Anderson - song
(1:17:20) Imelda Mae Santos - song
(1:37:00) Robyn Graves - song
(1:54:15) [DJ Lather] (King of Hearts) - song
(2:27:20) Hedy Fry
(2:36:30) 3rd Empress of Victoria/2nd Empress of Vancouver Mara Regina Lee - song
(2:47:20) Alexa Manilla - song
(2:53:50) Dinah Myte - song
(3:00:55) Donna Creation - monologue
(3:06:50) ted northe - song
(3:15:30) Jaylene - song
(3:21:45) Nina Maxwell - song
(3:29:10) Mayor of Vancouver - Sam Sullivan
(3:33:40) Star 69 - song
(3:40:25) [Miss M] - song
(3:47:35) Lala - song
(3:52:40) Estie Louder - song
(3:56:45) Carlotta Gurl - song
(4:03:40) Glen Anderson - song
(4:15:20) Imelda Mae Santos - song
(4:46:00) Crowning of Robyn Graves

DMS [Dogwood Monarchist Society] Coronation Ball

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of "Coronation 36: Legendary Ladies and their Leading Men" presented by the Dogwood Monarchist Society along with Emperor XXXIII, Steve and Empress XXXV, Jaylene at the Renaissance Vancouver Harbourside Hotel.

Notes: sound quality extremely poor: some acts unidentifiable
Contents details:
(000) Introduction of royalty and guests
(17:30) Raye Sunshine and Christina ? - song
(34:25) Kamelle Toe (?) - song
(41:05) ? - song
(52:35) Glenn Anderson - song
(58:25) Imelda Mae Santos - song
(1:17:00) ? - song
(1:42:00) Myria LeNoir - song
(1: 46:53) Christopher Peterson - song
(2:06:00) Charity - song
(2:26:40) Mandy Kamp - song
(2:31:00) Adrian Alexander de Vender Vogue - song
(2:36:45) Nina Maxwell - song
(2:42:55) Buster Cherry - song
(2:47:20) Viviane Von Broken Hymen - song
(2:54:10) Kyle Hazelwood - song
(3:01:00) Iona Whipp - song
(3:09:30) Austin, Texas performance
(3:15:35) Buster Cherry - song
(3:19:25) Tacoma, Wash. - performance
(3:23:45) Justine Tyme - song
(3:29:05) Steve Lobsinger - song
(3:42:52) Jaylene - photo tribute and song

DMS [Dogwood Monarchist Society] New Year's Eve at the Dufferin

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the DMS New Years Eve celebration at the Dufferin Hotel.

Contents index:
(00:00) Audience celebrating
(4:55) Judy Jive
(8:45) Tara Nova and Ms. Adrian - MCs
(10:12) Ruby Stone - song
(15:10) Sister C - song
(19:25) Iris (GVNCS) - song
(23:30) Imelda Mae Santos - song
(30:33) Tara Nova - song
(35:00) Sumi Sashay - song
(38:45) Kristy Krunt - original song
(42:00) Diana Rose - song
(45:10) Ms. Adrian - song

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