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Ribbon-cutting speeches made during the official opening of the Museum of Anthropology

Item is an audio recording of speeches made during MOA's official opening ceremonies, featuring the following speakers: Hon. J Hugh Faulkner, then Minister of State for Science and Technology of Canada; the Honorable Grace McCarthy, Deputy Premier of the Province of British Columbia; Thomas K. [?], the Chairman of the Board of Governors of UBC; Douglas T. Kenny, UBC President; the Right Honorable Jules Léger, the Governor General of Canada.

Beginning of ceremony

Individuals in the photo include: Dominic Point, Vince Stogan, Wendy Grant [now Wendy John], David Joe, Margaret Dan, Edna Stogran, Debra Sparrow, Mary Charles, Wes Grant, Virginia Joe, Char Grant, Adeline Point, Johnna Sparrow, Stanley Charles, and Victor Guerin. (Identified by Debra Sparrow, June 13, 2017. Recorded by Sue Rowley).

Public Relations and Communications Office fonds

  • 71
  • Fonds
  • 1975 - 2015, predominant 1981 - 2006

The fonds consists of records generated by the Museum of Anthropology Public Relations and Communications Office in the course of carrying out its mandated functions and activities. In addition to textual records, the fond also includes graphic material. The records are composed of correspondence, publications, reports, press releases, photocopied newspaper clippings, minutes of staff, committee, and association meetings, and other materials relating to the activities and functions of the Public Relations and Communications Office and its staff.

The fonds has been organized into the following series:

1.  Administrative files (1981-2006)
2. Financial files (1980-1989)
3. Media activities files (1975-2015)
4. Museum programs and projects files (1977-2008)
5. Museum events and performances files (1960-2008)
6. Museum exhibition files (1978-2008)
7. Volunteer and student position files ([ca. 1981]-2009)
8. Resource files (1976-2007)

University of British Columbia. Museum of Anthropology. Public Relations and Communications Office

Lisa Wan

Member of the Jin Wah Sing Musical Association Lisa Wan applies her makeup before their performance at the opening of the exhibit A Rare Flower: A Century of Cantonese Opera in Canada

Lisa Wan

Member of the Jin Wah Sing Musical Association Lisa Wan performs at the opening of the exhibit A Rare Flower: A Century of Cantonese Opera in Canada

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