Fonds CR-26 - Delta Manor Exhibition Association fonds

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Delta Manor Exhibition Association fonds

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  • 1930-1939 (Creation)
    Delta Manor Exhibition Association

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4 cm of textual records

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The Delta Manor Exhibition Association was organized on March 10, 1930 at a meeting held in the Delta Manor Hall. The first executive was Mrs. Draney (President), Mr. Bennett (Vice-President), Mr. Lithgoe (Treasurer), and Mr. Denman (Secretary). The purpose of the organization was to arrange for the holding of an exhibition of Delta Manor agricultural and horticultural products at the Delta Manor's Annual Fair. The organization determined the rules and regulations for exhibiting articles including establishing admission fees (waived for members of the association), exhibit categories, and prizes. In 1939, the association discussed amalgamation with the Delta Agricultural Society.

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Material was in the custody of George Wallace. Viola Wallace, sister of George, was assistant secretary of the association.

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The fonds consists of a minute book (1930-1939), reports, correspondence, annual programs (1930-1938), and copies of newspaper clippings.

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BCAUL control number: DMA-68

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