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Catalog Number 1997.16.21.2
Object Name Program
Title .1 - St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Service of Dedication of the New Christian Education Building
.2 - Letter addressed to Congregation from Rev. Kenneth G. McMillan
Date 10/28/1956
Year Range from 1956.0
Year Range to 1956.0
Description .1 Program .2 Letter
.1 Program for the service of dedication of the new Christian education building, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Oct 28th 1956. Includes an order of service for Dedication service and a brief history of St. Andrew's. Rectangular off-white glossy paper, folded twice and printed on both sides in black lettering. Folded to form a booklet of six pages.
Front cover has b/w sketch of St. Andrew's with text above and below picture.
Cover reads:
"St Andrew's Presbyterian Church ( Corner of Norfolk and Suffolk streets) Guelph, Ontario. Service of Dedication for the new Christian education building. "New Sunday school" written across the top.
Illustrations: Sketches, B/W
No. of pages - 6.
.2 - Letter, dated October 24, 1956, typewritten in black ink. Addressed to "My Dear People" from their minister, Rev. Kenneth G. McMillan. Letter talks about the special events planned around the dedication of the new Christian Education Building.
People Abraham, H.E. (Rev.)
Agnew, J. Norman
Anderson, George
Arthur, David
Carey, S. Buchanan (Rev.)
Carruthers, J.
Dunlop, J.S.
Eakin, Thomas
Farmer, H. Frank (Dr.)
Ferguson, Donald H. (Mrs.)
Force, C.V.
Galt, John
Gamble, J.T.A.
Gregor, Colin (Rev.)
Harrison, Benjamin
Harrison, Kenneth R.
Henderson, Keith
Hogg, Reverend John
Knight, Harold A.
Knight, Harold A.
Leweke, Arnold O.
Lloyd, H.M.
MacLean, Gordon B.
Marshall, Rev. D.H.
McMillan, Kenneth G.
McPhee, J.K.
Rodney, Rev. Harry S.
Smith, David Crawford
Smith, Effie
Smith, James (Rev.)
Smith, Reverend James Cowie
Sutherland, Robert
Townsend, Prof. Gordon F.
Wade, Rev. Prof. Donald V.
Wallace, Mrs. Norman
Wilson, Rev. W.G.
Search Terms St. Andrew's Church
Daughters of St. Andrews
Canada Company
Grand Trunk Railway
Dimensions .1 Closed: 22.5 x 15 cm. - L x W
.2 28 x 21.5 cm. - L x W