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Ian Park fonds
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CA UMASC PC 210 (A.05-109)
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0.01 m of textual records. -- 15 photographs.
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The fonds was donated to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections by Ian Park in 2005.
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The photograph collection (PC 210) consists of photographs of a 1944 re-enactment of the Bishop Mountain's arrival to the Red River Settlement in 1844. The Most Rev. Philip Carrigton, Archbishop of Quebec, played the role of Bishop Mountain. The fonds also includes a photograph of Ian Park's great-grandfather, W. Aldridge (St. John's College, Art Graduates, 1900), and some newspaper clippings.
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