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Vancouver (B.C.) Centennial celebrations
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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.

21 Club reunion July 12, 1986

File consists of eighteen photographs of a ceremony for those Vancouverites that turned twenty-one in 1936 and had been honoured as part of the Golden Jubilee festivities. The first part of the ceremony took place at St. Andrew's Wesley Church followed by a tea and Dance at Hotel Vancouver. Individuals identified are Mayor Michael Harcourt, Dal Richards and Mart Kenney.

Announcement of tartan

File consists of two prints and one contact sheet with thirty-six images of the January 22, 1986 event to celebrate the announcement of the official 'Centennial tartan'. The two prints show Mayor Michael Harcourt and Commission Chairman Michael Francis carrying the haggis. Centennial mascot Tillicum is also shown wearing the Centennial tartan. Inscription on original envelope read "Celebration of the tartan, '86."

April 6th in Stanley Park / first baby of April 6th

File consists of five contact sheets with a total of 152 images and two prints. Photographs depict the celebrations in Stanley Park on April 6, 1986, Mayor Michael Harcourt and Governor General Jeanne Sauve at the Centennial Ball, and Harcourt visiting the first baby born on April 6th. Photographs also show members of Vancouver City Council, including Gordon Campbell and Harry Rankin, as well as other politicians, including Pat Carney.

Canada Day album

Album consists of photographs depicting Canada Day activities organized by the Vancouver Centennial Commission for July 1, 1986, and a related pamphlet. The activities took place at at Brockton Point, Stanley Park. Individuals depicted in the photographs include Michael Harcourt, Pat Carney, Grace McCarthy and Harry Rankin.

Channel 13

File consists of correspondence and a videocassette from television station VU13 (CKVU-TV), in response to a request from the City of Vancouver Archives requesting additional materials to be added to their files in the Centennial Committee collection.

CKVU-DT

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