Museum of the Highwood
High River, Alberta

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Listen Up! Musical Memories of the Highwood
Location: High River, Alberta, Canada

'The Copper King March' band music, owned by Dr. H.E. Bedingfield.
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Tattoo (Last Post), handwritten, by Dr. H.E. Bedingfield.
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"Happy Hours", Dr. H.E. Bedingfield's music book
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Lillian Knupp Interviews Jack Pickersgill Jr.
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Sheet music, "Our Prince", written by Jack Pickersgill Sr.
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High River band conductor Jack Pickersgill Sr. makes a presentation to band member Andy Wallace
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Andy Wallace, Jack Pickersgill Jr., and Jack Pickersgill Sr. receive long service metals.
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Air Cadets, Band, and Officers seated in front of a bi-plane near the Town Hall
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A band marches past the C.P.R. station during a parade
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The 153 Coy Militia parading down 4th Ave. S.W.
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Bill Holmes talks about his first band experience - The Tipper Company Band
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153 Coy RCASC band - Bill Holmes front right of bandleader playing the baritone
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Air Cadet band forms in march past at High River airport
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Fire at Senator Riley High School
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The Junior Boy's Band, Jack Pickersgill Jr. conductor
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The Senator Riley Mustang marching band in the Little Britches parade
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Senator Riley High School Mustang marching band in Little Britches Parade
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Group of High River pioneers in front of Buck Smith's Stopping House, the morning after a dance.
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