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Wood Bridge and Snow Sculptures

Image depicts two snow sculptures near a wooden bridge on an ice rink, possibly during the Winter City Conference, in Prince George, B.C. Taken at the Prince George Civic Center. Map coordinates 53°54'45.6"N 122°44'59.6"W

Woman in the Street

Image depicts a woman, wearing clothes reminiscent of traditional First Nations, who appears to be dancing in the street outside of a Native Friendship Centre in Prince George, B.C. A large crowd is looking on.

Window Display - 'Stoney Creek Woman'

Photograph depicts numerous copies of 'Stoney Creek Woman' (by Bridget Moran) in glass case. Display also features article on Mary John's receipt of the Order of Canada (see items 2008.3.1.22.61 and 2008.3.1.22.64 for photographs displayed in this image).

Window Display - 'Stoney Creek Woman'

Photograph depicts numerous copies of 'Stoney Creek Woman' (by Bridget Moran) in glass case. Display also features article on Mary John's receipt of the Order of Canada (see items 2008.3.1.22.61 and 2008.3.1.22.64 for photographs displayed in this image).

Violet and Lucy Taylor with Drama Group

Lucy stands next to Violet on far right in group with six other unidentified young girls. Each girl wears a white dress and holds a holly branch. They stand on material laid out in snow in front of unidentified building. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Violet. Lucy. This is their Holly and Mistletoe Drill".

Violet and Lucy Taylor Performing "Sleeping Beauty" with Drama Group

Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Here they are in Sleeping beauty asleep. Virginia is not all in. She is behind Violet who is King. Father of the beauty. That is the queen in front and the nurse at the head of the bed and the Beauty on the bed." The girls are in costume on material laid out in snow in front of unidentified building. Unknown wood object in left foreground.

View of the Agora, UNBC

Photograph depicts the Agora center at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George, B.C. Sign in foreground reads "Agora/Student Centre". Unidentified individuals can be seen in red blankets on upper walkway in background, above the Winter Garden. Accompanying note from Maureen Faulkner: "The first nations people, in button blankets, gather". Photo believed to have been taken on the day Bridget Moran received an Honourary Law Degree.

Unidentified Woman Reading 'Stoney Creek Woman'

Photograph depicts Bridget Moran seated beside unidentified woman who stands reading excerpt from Moran's book. Table with miscellaneous items in foreground, window and chalkboard in background. (Standing woman also featured in item 2008.3.1.102.5).

Unidentified Man and Woman in Costume for Mary Stuart Production

Costumed gentleman standing next to lady wearing a formal purple gown. Handwritten annotations on verso read: “To Angie, Love Donna Penner,” and “another of costumes I made”.

Preceding notation on UNBC Chancellor letterhead: “my theatre days, Ionasphere group. I made personally or designed (for Blue - Rosemary Gilbert) all these costumes, May Diver - Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, 1972” (see also items 2009.6.1.11 - 2009.6.1.17).

Unidentified First Nations village

Shoreline perspective of an unidentified coastal village situated on B.C.’s north coast. European style houses run parallel to a rocky shore. Seven men and one child stand within this frame and totem poles and a mortuary pole are also visible along the shoreline.

"TVTV: The Television Revolution"

Video recording consists of a personal recording of the show "TVTV: The Television Revolution", which Fawcett possibly used for research purposes. Hosted by Moses Znaimer, this documentary and panoramic survey looks at the impact of television on modern society; "what it is doing for us and to us", and provides a viewer’s guide to using and perfecting the media. Industry critics discuss the battle between the written word and TV images, as well as the consolidation of the TV industry and the coming of satellite TV. Includes clips from classic American TV and Canadian TV. Also includes interviews with prominent American and Canadian film industry producers/directors such as Oliver Stone, Richard Price, Douglas Letterman and looks the Banff Television Festival.

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