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- AM1592-1-S2-F10-: 2011-092.1554
- AM1592-1-S3-: 2011-092.0219
- [ca. 1965]
Item is an educational film about the beet sugar industry in Alberta. It includes an animation illustrating the growth of sugar beets. The film follows the full year cycle of researching and preparing for, planting, harvesting and processing sugar beets.
- AM1592-1-S3-: 2011-092.0534
- [ca. 1976]
Item is an industrial film presented by the Canadian Sugar Factories Company. The film documents the agricultural process of beet plantation and sugar beet extraction and manufacturing processes. Locations appear to be at farms in BC, and at a sugar factory in Alberta. Individuals involved include: Rod Parkhurst (camera), Rick Allen (lighting), Lou Williams (lighting), Paul Abram (grip), A.L. Lazenby (script), Al Jordan (narration), Tom Ashdown (animation) and Lloyd Strump (producer/director). Original reel also contains 59 seconds of "Summer sunshine for winter menus" at beginning of reel.
- AM1592-1-S3-: 2011-092.0348
- [ca. 1978]
Item is a documentary that describes sugar beet farming and harvesting for the manufacture and production of granulated sugar. The film was produced in cooperation with Manitoba Sugar.
- AM1592-1-S3-: 2011-092.0550
Item is a silent film believed to be outtakes from a Rogers Golden Syrup commercial. The film captures cans of syrup moving along a conveyor belt, bags of sugar in transport, boxing of sugar cubes, bagging of sugar, and an assortment of B.C. Sugar products on a shelf.
- AM1592-1-S3-: 2011-092.0536
Item is a silent film entitled "The Picture-Story of Sugar as related by Vancouver's Own Sugar Refinery" which documents the process by which consumer sugar products, including sugar, icing sugar, sugar cubes, and golden syrup, are made, starting from the growth and harvest of sugar cane and ending with the packaging of final products. The documentary closes with examples of domestic uses of sugar.
- AM1592-1-S3-: 2011-092.0535
- [195-] (copied ca. 1961)
Item is a documentary film entitled "…one lump or two…," presented by the B.C. Sugar Refining Company and produced by Lew Parry. The film, produced most likely in the 1950s, documents the process by which consumer sugar products, such as granulated sugar, golden sugar, syrup, icing sugar, and sugar cubes, are made, starting from the growth and harvest of sugar cane and ending with the packaging of final products. The restaurant scenes were filmed at the Cock 'n' Bull restaurant in Vancouver (B.C.).
- AM1592-1-S3-: 2011-092.0347
- 1975 (copied ca. 1982)
Item is a documentary film entitled "Energy Packed: the Story of Cane Sugar," presented by B.C. Sugar Refining Company and directed/produced by Lloyd Stump. The film, originally shot in 1975, documents the process by which consumer sugar products, such as white sugar, brown sugar, syrup, sugar cubes, and sucrose, are made, starting from the growth and harvest of sugar cane and ending with the packaging of final products.
- AM1592-1-S2-F06-: 2011-092.4363
- Sep. 27, 1968
- AM1592-1-S2-F06-: 2011-092.4524
- July 3, 1968
- AM1592-1-S2-F06-: 2011-092.4525
- [between June 20 and July 3, 1968]
- AM1592-1-S2-F06-: 2011-092.4522
- June 20, 1968
- AM1592-1-S2-F06-: 2011-092.4523
- June 21, 1968
- AM1592-1-S14-: 2011-092.5969
- AM1592-S16-1-: 2011-092.5210
- [between 1940 and 1960]
- AM1592-1-S2-: 2011-092.3820
Item is an oblique aerial photograph of a sugar beet refinery and surrounding area, most likely the Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. refinery at Picture Butte, Alberta.
- AM1592-S8-2-F01-: 2011-092.6554
- Feb. 26, 1948
Item is a photograph that includes the following staff: (left to right) R. Evanson, Fieldman; W. Smith, Field Supt.; R. Gibb, Engineering Dept.; J. Miller, Construction Eng.; T. George Wood, General Manager; E. Price, Construction Supt.; F.R. Taylor, Assistant General Manager; F.H. Ballou, Chief Eng.; J. Landysheff, Chief Chemist; F.H. Turner, Office Supervisor; V. Johnson, Stenographer; B. Rolfson, Chief Electr.; E. Meyer, Timekeeper; L. Erickson, Storekeeper.
- AM1592-S8-4-F01-: 2011-092.7157
- Aug. 22, 1936