File 115 - Visit to Bruderheim, St. Paul, and Vegreville, Alberta

The Queen at St. Paul The Queen and Prince Philip arriving by train for their visit through Bruderheim, St. Paul, and V... The Queen and Prince Philip at St. Paul Elementary School The Queen and Prince Philip visiting the Vegreville Pysanka

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Visit to Bruderheim, St. Paul, and Vegreville, Alberta

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CA MHM 115

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  • 2 Aug. 1978 (Creation)

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29 photographic prints

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(12 May, 1953 - May, 2001)

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File consists of photographs of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh's tour by train to Bruderheim, St. Paul, and Vegreville, Alberta.
In Bruderheim, the Queen is greeted by Mayor Jim O'Hara and other village councilors. The Queen signs the guest book and is presented with flowers and a teddy bear.
In St. Paul, The Queen can be seen with the St. Paul Elementary School in the background.
In Vegreville, The Queen attends the unveiling of a plaque to commemorate Her visit to the town. She is welcomed by a Ukrainian dance performance. Also seen in the photographs is Vegreville's pysanka, the largest Ukrainian Easter egg in the world.

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