Photograph believed to have been taken at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, B.C. Unidentified individuals can be seen walking in front of forest in background.
Item is one of nine photographs accompanying a greeting card from Agnes Hauglak, Addie Milewski’s sister, reading: “I though you might want these photos. I had to go and send every one their family things. Thank you for being kind to my sister Addie, Agnes M Hauglak”; see also items 2009.6.1.569 - 2009.6.1.577.
Item consists of transcript and tape summary of interview with local music reviewer Fred Bradley. He discusses his early life, move to Canada, memories of the Merchant Marines during World War II. Also discusses arts scene in Prince George.
Handwritten annotations on verso read: “In the great hall of the B.C. Museum of Anthropology, in front of Ninstints Totem wearing cape of Sahn-nag-x-wha (One who sits high) gift of Chief Skidegate ‘Dempsey’ Collinson - Q.C.I. made by his wife Irene for ‘naming feast’ Autumn - 1977. June 5, 1982, Address to the First National Womans Network. Age - almost 50.” And “Alive Again 82”.
Item consists of a Certificate of Achievement from the University of British Columbia certifying that Nedra Jane Paul attended the Summer School of the Theatre 5 July to 17 August 1954 and completed the requirements in Stagecrafts.