Museum of the Highwood
High River, Alberta

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Listen Up! Musical Memories of the Highwood

 
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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Julia Short's Diary Dec. 26, 1885
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Julia Short's Diary - December 26th, 1885
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Dance Card
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Invitation for a Ball and Supper in Alberta Hall Dewdney
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Invitation to A Grand Ball at the Union Hall, Tongue Creek
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Invitation for a polo dance
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High River polo team: George Ross, Harry Robertson, Ted Norton, Marston Sexsmith
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Postcard, "Don't Dance Too Hard" sent to Mrs. Ernest McLeod, High River, Alberta
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Seven girls and a boy dance to gramophone music
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