Events and Celebrations

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  • Specific cultural, arts, political, sports, holiday and community events
  • Personal events
  • Organizations, public agencies and businesses dedicated to planning for events
  • Examples: centennials, parades, festivals, fairs, exhibitions, concerts, ceremonies, parties, royal visits, campaigns, weddings, funerals, baptisms, protests and demonstrations

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  • MemoryBC Subject Groups

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Photographs

Series consists of photographs relating to Ray Williston's life from childhood to recent times, air photographs of Prince George, photographs of Bangladesh, and a listing of photographs slated for use in Mr. Williston's biography "F...

Legislature in session

Item is a photograph of the BC legislature in session. Mr. Williston is seated on the left in the front row, fourth from the speaker next to Premier W.A.C. Bennett.

Ray Williston receiving silver teaspoons

Item is a photograph of Mr. Williston receiving five silver teaspoons with the centennial crest, one for each 100 hundred miles of a personal centennial project which was to run 500 miles, the equivalent of the distance to Prince George. The spoon...

Ray Williston running through ribbon

Item is a photograph of Mr. Williston completing 500 miles in his personal centennial project of running the equivalent of the distance to Prince George. The run took place on the YMCA track in Victoria.

Close View of Bridget Signing Book

Photograph depicts Bridget Moran wearing University of Victoria regalia, seated at table with large book. Curtains hang in background, poinsettia plant sits on far right.

Bridget Moran & David Strong

Photograph depicts Moran and Strong wearing full regalia, and shaking hands while holding unidentified item. Curtain hangs in background.