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April 6th 1984 at Vancouver Museum - Vancouver's 98th birthday! (with Golden Jubilee display)

File consists of two contact sheets with thirty-six images and nine prints. Individuals identified include Mayor Michael Harcourt, Pete Brown, Phil Thomas, Vancouver Museum Director Rob Watt, Kerri Groves, Gail McCormick, Isobel Nairn, Alderman Warnett Kennedy, Centennial Commissioner Norman Young, Ald. Marguerite Ford, Ald. May Brown, Ald. Harry Rankin, and Ivan Sayers. Descriptions of the photographs were written on the verso of prints.

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.

Bing Goes Bang - In Vancouver

Item is a newsreel film documenting Bing Crosby's visit to Vancouver in 1948. The film contains footage of Bing Crosby at City Hall receiving the Key to the City from Alderman J.D. Cornett; performing at Sunset Community Centre site and turning the sod at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new building; attending a Squamish First Nations ceremony at the Forum where he was made "Chief of Thunder Voice"; and playing golf at the Capilano Golf Club.

Fraser Wilson mural

File consists of two contact sheets with a total of sixty images pertaining to a celebration for the restoration and relocation of murals by artist Fraser Wilson from Pender Hall to the Maritime Labour Centre. Individuals identified are Mayor Mike Harcourt and Fraser Wilson. Some images appear to show Harcourt and Councillor May Brown with items from the Mayors Gift Program.

VCC [slide binder] #3 : Canada Day '86

File consists of slide, originally arranged in slide sheets and a binder, depicting Canada Day activities organized by the Vancouver Centennial Commission for July 1, 1986. Individuals depicted in the photographs include Michael Harcourt, Pat Carney, Grace McCarthy, Harry Rankin, and Gordon Campbell.

VCC [slide binder] #5 : DD,EE,FF,GG,HH,[II,JJ,KK]

File consists of slides, originally arranged in slide sheets and a binder, depicting activities and events organized by the Vancouver Centennial Commission. Includes slides relating to the following:

  • (DD) Chevron Stage at Arts Race (2011-010.1031 to 2011-010.1049)
  • (EE) Tillicum cartoons (2011-010.1050 to 2011-010.1062)
  • (FF) Logos, Centennial publications (2011-010.1063 to 2011-010.1075)
  • (GG) Sport Actions Program, YMCA (2011-010.1076 to 2011-010.1084)
  • (HH) Yokohama, [Re-enactment of first Council meeting] (2011-010.1085 to 2011-010.1134)
  • (II) Chevron Stage photos - various events (2011-010.1135 to 2011-010.1197)
  • (JJ) Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters visit City Hall, Jan. 1986 (2011-010.1198 to 2011-010.1220)
  • (KK) Federal Express display at Park Royal, Summer 1986 (2011-010.1221 to 2011-010.1254)

Individuals depicted in the slides include Mayor Michael Harcourt, various Vancouver City Council members, Vancouver Centennial Committee Chairman Michael Francis and Centennial Committee members.

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