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Catalog Number 2008.55.1
Object Name Program
Title 1968 Guelph Spring Festival Program
Date 05/01/1968
Year Range from 1968
Year Range to 1968
Description Program of the 1968 Guelph Spring Festival from May 1 to May 15. The cover is a dark white colour with a white line stretching horizontally underneath the title. Above the title is a neon symbol of circular music notes. The program consists of the lists of performers, their biographies, the pieces performed, and advertisements from many Guelph businesses. Loose inside the program is a three page typewritten essay entitled "Edward Johnson, August 22, 1878 - April 20, 1959." Handwritten in ink on outside page: ""Festival of the Arts in Guelph in 1968" Dedicated to Edward Johnson".
No. of Pages: 12 plus three page essay on Edward Johnson.
People Calbes, Eleanor
Drew, George Alexander
Goldschmidt, Nicholas
Hales, Alfred Dryden
Iseler, Elmer
Johnson, Edward
Kidd, Ralph
Lord, William
MacKinnon, Murdo
MacMillan, Sir Ernest
Marshall, Lois
Mercer, Paul W.
Middleton, Miss Holly
Morter, Mary
Peltz, Mary Ellis
Robinson, Francis
Vigor, Frank
Winegard, William C.
Wilson, Charles
Bechtel, James
Curry, Carrol Anne
Wolfond, Barbara
Search Terms 11th Field Regiment
Allis Chalmers Rumely Ltd.
Bank of Montreal
Beller Steel Company Ltd.
Bucyrus-Erie Company Ltd.
Canadian General Electric
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)
Church of Our Lady
Cooke and Denison Machine and Tool Works
Cooperative of Guelph (Co-op)
Cooperator's Insurance
Dominion Stores
Exhibition Park
Fiberglas Canada Inc.
Grand River Sales Ltd.
Guelph Musical Society Band
Guelph Spring Festival
Hammond Manufacturing
Imperial Tobacco
Johnson (Edward) Music Foundation
McElderry and Morris
Omark Industries (See also Blount Incorporated)
Ontario Agricultural College - War Memorial Hall
Royal Bank of Canada
Rutledge Music Centre
St. George's Church
Sutherland (John) and Sons Limited
Trafalgar Square
University of Guelph - Arts Building
Wood (W.C.) Company
Subjects ARTS - MUSIC
Dimensions 26.5 x 19 cm - L x W