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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i Ht Lt i HBRIuut June Lethbridge Public Library I your new library 810-5th SERVES YOU WITH: books. records. films. magazine titles. directories for all Alberta and other major Canadian centres. service to all citizens, in person or by telephone. and provincial government publications. newspapers from across Canada and, Backfiles of the Lethbridge Herald and other area newspapers from 1882. staff of twenty, friendly and eager to assist you. As well there are meeting rooms available for community use, including the 200 person capacity theatre-gallery. LIBRARY HOURS: MONDAY TO FRIDAY A.M. to P.M. SATURDAY A.M. to P.M. SUNDAY P.M. to P.M. I (Except July and August when library is closed on Sundays.) CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM West End of Fifth Avenue South HOURS: June, July and August Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday a.m. to p.m. Wednesday and Thursday to p.m. Sunday to p.m. The Sir Alexander Gait Museum was originally a project of the Whoop-Up Chapter, Historical Society of Alberta. It is located in a building formerly known as Gait Hospital, conveniently near the reconstructed Fort Whoop-Up in Indian Battle Park. Today the museum is a non-profit educational community service of the City of Lethbridge, which exists to preserve available artifacts and documents reflecting the human his- tory of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta, Since 1963 over historical items have been donated and catalogued. The Museum collects for the purposes of exhibition, preservation, study and research. Our emphasis is placed upon artifacts and his- torical items relating to Southern Alberta and its history. Indian people, pioneer settlers, explorers, traders, the North West Mounted Police and ethnic groups such as the Hutterites and Mormons, all contributed to the enrichment of our daily lives should be for- gotten. Every item had an owner at some time and therefore a story behind it, but few remain. The individual is forgotten through time leaving only the material objects. We attempt to connect these objects with the people since it was the people, not the item, that were important to the growth of Southern Alberta. THE MUSEUM EXHIBITION PROGRAM Indians of the Northwest Plains Whiskey Trade Firearms Pioneer Trades Ranching and Homesteading Railway Coal Mining Pioneer Activities and Crafts Fathers of Lethbridge Ukrainian Settlers Neighboring Communities Pioneer Doctors and Dentists Pioneer Merchants Military History Dirty Thirties Early Home Furnishings Early Communications Civic Government Lethbridge Today Various Other Displays For further information contact the Museum at 328-6455 ;