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"Expo" day 3 - cam[era] rolls 1-3

Film consists of raw footage shot at Expo 86; shows: pavilions, performers, people watching, the Canada Pavilion, the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre, the Plaza of Nations, neon signs at the Imax theatre, cowgirls dancing, the view from a monorail car, the monorail, and crowds waiting to get on the monorail, inside the Egypt pavilion, people getting splashed riding the Cariboo Log Chute roller coaster, line-ups, crowds, people riding the Parachute Drop ride, and the view from the drop ride. Silent film.

"Expo" day 3 - cam[era] rolls 4-5

Film consists of raw footage taken at Expo86 and includes scenes of the Minolta Space Drop ride, food carts, crowds, the gondolas and the view from the gondola ride, people walking on the seawall, RCMP officers, the RCMP musical ride (outdoor venue, crowds seated on grass), the floating McDonalds (and the McDonalds Tidy Tug picking up floating garbage), a beer garden, music, pavilion signs, Expo 86 grounds and the outside of several national and provincial pavilions. Silent film.

29th Vancouver Battalion regimental brass band and performers album

File is an album showing portrait images of members of the 29th Vancouver Battalion entertainment performers in uniform, identified as: Capt Edmund A. Burke, * ; Sgt. May [Chapham?], comedian ; Leslie Benson, impersonator ; Jack Hogan, comedian ; Harry [Ashton?], impersonator ; John [Banall], stage manager lead ; Alex McKee, comedian ; Ben Charlton, box office ; Bill Marr, bass ; Harold Watts, props, tenor, impersonator ; Geo. [George] Curtis, tenor ; Vic Hagan, tenor ; Dick Tinney, bass, piano ; Ben Skinner, tenor ; [unidentified], baritone ; Geo. [George] Stewart, carpenter etc. ; [unidentified], tailor etc. ; Frenchy, cook ; W. H. [Hoole?], conductor ; Bill [Ericsson?], 1st violin ; Van Velzen, 1st violin ; Murray, 1st violin ; Geo. [George] Robson, 1st violin ; Cahill, 1st violin ; S. Simpkin, 2nd violin ; Tim [Saller], 2nd violin ; [Geo. Harley?], 1st violin ; Geo. [George] Johnson, 2nd violin ; Alex Joss, 2nd violin ; [Schnick?], cello ; [unidentified], centre bass ; Coram, centre bass ; Cooling, oboe ; Bucks Hoster, flute ; Tucker, flute ; Wallace, clarionette [clarinet] ; [?] Read, clarionette [clarinet] ; [unidentified], bassoon ; Dick Paradise, bassoon ; A. Somerset, cornet ; Hall, cornet ; Watson, French horn ; Art Stanford, French horn ; Charlie Williams, trombone, [T-?] Taylor, drums; and two other unidentified men.

Alan Rinehart - interview with Peter Grant

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an interview with Alan Rinehart (lute and guitar) by Peter Grant about the history of the lute, the guitar, and Rineharts musical practice.

Big Saw - Opening [Preparations]

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of opening day set up, stones being worked on with hand and electric tools and a diamond saw, the Rubin Landers' Jazz Group playing on an earthen mound, and crowds viewing the artists at work. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, Michael Prentice.

Bobs Your Uncle

Item is a photograph showing (L-R): Bernie Radelfinger, Steve Lazin, James Junger, Sook-yin Lee and Peter Lizotte.

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