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CA MHM 2013.05.04 · File · 1976
Part of Martindale family fonds

This file consist of a newspaper article about Neil Martindale who won the Canadian National Exhibition school art competition in 1976. There is also a congratulations letter from Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed addressed to Neil Martindale on August 25, 1976.

Series · 197-
Part of Martindale family fonds

This series consists of weaving materials associated with Cecile Martindale. It includes weaving projects and samples, weaving materials, flower arrangements, and a news article about a handicrafts competition. This series is arranged into four files: Weaving workshop materials (2013.05.01), Weaving projects and samples (2013.05.02), Flower arrangements (2013.05.03), and 1976 Canadian National Exhibition school art competition (2013.05.04).

Martindale, Cecile
Flower arrangements
CA MHM 2013.05.03 · File · 197-
Part of Martindale family fonds

This file consists of Cecile Martindale's notes on flower arrangement. It includes print outs of flower arrangement instructions, handwritten notes and sketches, and coloured photographs of flower arrangements.

Martindale family fonds
Fonds · 197-

Fonds consists of weaving materials associated with the Martindale family. Including weaving projects and samples, weaving materials, flower arrangements, and a news article about a handicrafts competition.

Martindale, Cecile
Weaving projects and samples
CA MHM 2013.05.02 · File · 197-
Part of Martindale family fonds

This file consists of Cecile Martindale's weaving projects and samples. It includes weaving patterns and drawings, wool and thread samples, and samples of weaves.

Weaving workshop materials
CA MHM 2013.05.01 · File · 197-
Part of Martindale family fonds

This file consists of Cecile Martindale's notes and materials on a weaving workshop. It includes weaving patterns and samples, workshop member and accounts information, and a print out of a guide to starting a weaver's study group. There are also newspaper clippings of weaving projects and black and white photographs of what appears to be members of the weaving workshop.