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"Sunny Southern Slope"

Photograph shows Chinese gardens, houses, North Arm School and Walter Moberly School in South Vancouver from Fraser Street and River Road (Marine Drive)

A Sense Of Wonder - APASE [Association for the Promotion and Advancement of Science Education]

Item is a sponsored production produced by Yaletown Productions Inc. Item was produced by Yaletown Productions Inc. for APASE [Association for the Promotion and Advancement of Science Education]. A short film featuring interviews with teachers and experts and showing children doing science projects and participating in other science-related learning activities, both in and outside the classroom. June 23, 1989. Title: "A Sense of Wonder: Teaching Elementary Science." Funding provided by the Public Awareness Campaign on Science and Technology Industry, Science and Technology Canada; in consultation with the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education and Job Training and the Ministry Responsible for Science and Technology the Honourable Stanley B. Hagen - Minister; Saskatchewan Science and Technology the Honourable Ray Meiklejohn - Minister; Yukon Education the Honourable Piers McDonald - Minister; and science teaching consultant, Marvin Wideen, Simon Fraser University.

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.

Baghead creation myth

Item is an amateur video recording of a theatrical presentation by a grade 5 class from Hastings School, filmed in the courtyard in front of the main hall. The presentation is a creation myth story in which a trickster monkey builds dolls out of mud which are then animated by thunder and lightning. These ‘bagheads’ travel between several worlds and encounter various strange creatures before finding the perfect world and removing their masks to become the first people. Presentation includes footage of the spectators and teachers.

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