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Moose Jaw Philharmonic Ladies Chorus fonds
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- Moose Jaw Philharmonic Ladies Chorus
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15.0 cm of textual records.
2 LP records.
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The Moose Jaw Philharmonic Ladies Chorus formed in June 1937 as a successor to the Moose Jaw Philharmonic Society which had been formed several years earlier.
The results of the first election of officers was Miss Florence Johnstone - President; Mrs. E. W. Badger - Vice President; Miss Marjorie Horsefield - Secretary; Miss Lyla Hynes - Treasurer; Mrs. J. L. Hilton - Librarian; Mrs. G. Hall - Business Manager; Miss Mabel Bryce - Press Secretary; Mrs. Greenfield - Social Convener. Mr. Francis Stevenson was the first conductor.
The first concert was given in the Baptist Church. The choir sponsored a scholarship for the Moose Jaw Festival of Music. They won a number of awards in competition and recorded an album to tape in May? 1966 which was released in 1967?.
A final meeting was held on February 19, 1979 where a vote to disband was taken and all remaining funds were donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Scope and content
The records of this fonds consist of minutes, an attendance register, financial records and collected press materials relating to the activities of Moose Jaw Philharmonic Ladies Chorus.
Press Secretary’s Binder  has numerous items scotch taped on pages. Tape has dried and is no longer holding items in place.
Immediate source of acquisition
Accession number 46.BA donated to the archives by Mrs. Ron McIntyre on behalf of former members.
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Finding aid and file list available. See attached finding aid.
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This fonds was re boxed and foldered in 2004. Sound recordings were digitized in 2018.
Boxes V-43, OS 8