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Album of photographs issued on the occasion of the "Welcome Day" in honour of President Ho Chi Minh's and the government's return to the capital

Item is an album, issued on the occasion of the Welcome Day in honour of President Ho Chi Minh's and the government's return to the capital, presented to Sherwood Lett "With the best compliments from the National Committee of the Lien-Viet National United Front". Photographs include portraits of Ho Chi Minh and other party dignitaries, Vietnamese cultural landmarks, photographs of the revolution and the defeat of the French at Dien Bien Phu, as well photographs of the benefits brought by the new government to the populace.

Art [and] Radio at AMARC2

Item is an audio cassette containing a recording from the workshop entitled 'Supporting the Cultural Community' at the Britannia Centre in Vancouver.

Brown Bagger : Cristall, Gary : race, ethnicity [and] art [tape 1 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Gary Cristall and Margo Kane. Description on tape case: "From Lies and Labels: A forum on race, ethnicity and the performing arts; This is tape 1 of 2; It includes the intro to the forum and features Gary Cristall and Margo Kane; followed by the first part of the session titled 'Vultures or Visionaries? The Producers' with Diane Kadota, Sal Ferreras and Donna Spencer."

Brown Bagger : Diamond, Sara : pornography and the law

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Sara Diamond and J.C. Smith. Description on tape case: "The sessions on this tape are about individual rights; Sara Diamond and J.C. Smith spoke on the implications of pornography / hate literature on personal freedoms; Sara Diamond is A Vancouver feminist author and artist; J.C. Smith is a prof of law at UBC and has done research into pornography, society and law; from the conference on Law and Contemporary Social Issues put on by the UBC Faculty of Law."

Brown Bagger : Ferreras, Sal : race, ethnicity [and] art [tape 2 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Diane Kadota, Sal Ferreras and Donna Spencer. Description on tape case: "From the forum, Lies and Labels: A Forum on Race, Ethnicity and the Performing Arts; this is tape 2 of 2; continues with the session 'Vultures or Visionaries? The Producers' with Diane Kadota, Sal Ferreras and Donna Spencer."

Brown Bagger : Meisel, John : law [and] communications

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by John Meisel. Description on tape case: "Meisel speaks about culture; John Meisel is a prof of political science at Queens University, and past chairperson of the CRTC; from the conference of Law and Contemporary Social Issues put on by the UBC Faculty of Law; recorded by Henry Flam."

Brown Bagger : Moore, Mavor : law and culture

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Mavor Moore. Description on tape case: "Moore speaks about Canadian culture; Mavor Moore is playwright, actor, former CBC program director, professor of fine arts at York U., the founder of the York Theatre department, former Chairperson of Canada Council; part of the conference on Law and Contemporary Social Issues put on by UBC Faculty of Law."

Brown Bagger : Salter, Liora : law, culture and government

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Liora Salter and Phil Bryden. Description on tape case: "This session explores the implication of government regulation of Canada's culture, in particular, the activities of the Canadian radio and television commission; Liora Salter, chairperson dept. of communications, SFU (and one of the founders of Co-op Radio); Phil Bryden, prof of law at UBC, former ministerial assistant in Ottawa and former clerk at Supreme Court; from the conference on Law and Contemporary Social Issues put on by UBC Faculty of Law."

Downtown shoreline : public art walk

"This Guide introduces artworks, architectural landmarks, and heritage sites along a route which follows the 13-kilometre perimeter of Vancouver's downtown peninsula. The route divides into seven neighbourhoods, each offering unique glimpses into Vancouver's social history and urban development . . . . " Publication distributed Apr. 2003.