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Searched for: 3rd yr. University (université 2): 19,20 years
Sugar beet workers weed a beet field in southern Alberta during the 1930s.
Collection: Nikkei Tapestry Learning Objects
Creator: Galt Museum & Archives
Methods of Training and Communication.
Collection: Canadian Remembrances: War on Land - Mobilization
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Men working at the picking belt removing inpurities from lump coal at the No. 8 Mine in Lethbridge, Alberta. Photograph around 1940. Galt Museum & Archives 19760202077.
Collection: Nikkei Tapestry Learning Objects
Creator: Galt Museum & Archives
Personal influences affected how Russian and Canadian painters, trained in the artistic traditions of western Europe, treated landscape painting.
Collection: Roots: Canadian and Russian Landscape Painting (1860 – 1940)
Creator: CHIN
Personal influences affected how Russian and Canadian painters treated landscape painting. Academic painting, Romanticism, naturalism and Impressionism the dominant movements of the time informed ...
Collection: Roots: Canadian and Russian Landscape Painting (1860 – 1940)
Creator: CHIN
Mr. and Mrs. Tanaka and unidentified man topping sugar beets in southern Alberta in 1938.
Collection: Nikkei Tapestry Learning Objects
Creator: Galt Museum & Archives
Personal influences affected how Russian and Canadian painters, trained in the artistic traditions of western Europe, treated landscape painting.
Collection: Roots: Canadian and Russian Landscape Painting (1860 – 1940)
Creator: CHIN
History and description of the many forms of archery games
Collection: Archery
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
While the history of Russian painting can be traced back to the icons of the twelfth century, painting in Canada emerged only in the second half of the eighteenth century.
Collection: Roots: Canadian and Russian Landscape Painting (1860 – 1940)
Creator: CHIN
A Japanese Bath House Tub or O-Furo that was used on the Takaguchi farm near Taber, Alberta.
Collection: Nikkei Tapestry Learning Objects
Creator: Galt Museum & Archives
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