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"5 Shows for Our Times" : [poster]

Item is a poster promoting the 1991-1992 Theatre Humber season. Includes references to the following productions: "The Maids" by Jean Genet (October 17-20); "Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov (December 5-8); "Waiting for Godot" by Samuel Beckett (February 6-9); "Top Girls" by Caryl Churchill (February 20-23); "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder.

"A Visual and Auditory Feast"

The Guelph Music Club presented a concert of Christmas choral music in Church of Our Lady to commemorate Guelph's 150th anniversary. It was a professional affair with Elmer Iseler and The Festival Singers in charge.

"Am I A Boy Or Girl?"

This photograph shows Liette Primeau at the Wellington County Separate School public speaking contest. Primeau's speech challenged the audience to guess whether she was a little boy or little girl.

"Bethune" at Theatre Festival

This picture shows guests at Monday night's reception sponsored by the Guelph little Theatre to launch the 1981 Theatre Ontario Festival.

"Blossom" Comes to Kortright

This photograph shows "Blossom," a baby White Tailed Deer being offered some fresh raspberries by Lynn Griffiths.

"Brush In" at St. Francis School

This photograph shows Mary Marucci of the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit demonstrating to some pupils at St. Francis of Assisi School the correct method of brushing teeth.

"Cover-Up" Creates Dangerous Epidemic

This photograph shows John Caldwell (far right), Ivan Fallis, Barry Greig, and David Coleman, at a Guelph Chapter of the Industrial Accident Prevention Association, discussing issues pertaining to recognition and treatment of alcohol problems.

"Dining In"

This photograph shows Goldie Barth, the "Dining In" cookbook chairman.

"Don't Be Swayed By Levesque"

This photograph shows Provincial Liberal leader Dr. Stuart Smith who gave a talk at a banquet for Ontario Agricultural College. Dr. Smith was telling students to not be swayed by recently elected Quebec MP Rene Levesque who was trying to gain support for Quebec's separation movement.

"Early" Spring

This picture shows Kate Graham and Peter B. Moore holding a poster that will be featured at the Guelph Spring Festival.

"Elora Road Becoming Like The 401"

This photograph shows a school bus after it skidded off County Road 7. The driver of the bus said the weather had no impact on the accident but instead blamed another motorist who was driving over the centre line.

"Employment Equity in Focus" : [report]

File consists of a report produced by the Personnel Relations Center "to examine the employment status of women, the disabled, Native Canadians, and visible minorities and to identify any barriers that may limit their employment opportunities with the College."

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