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Images from the Folk Festival of Québec, 1928.
Images from the Folk Festival of Québec, 1928.
"Folk Singer & Folk Dancers"; programme of a special representation given on 24 May1928, in honour of their Excellencies the Governor General and Viscountess Willingdon. Canadian Folk Song and Handicrafts Festival, Château Frontenac of the city of Québec.
© Canadian Museum of Civilization, Archives, Electronic fonds, CDA-2004-2-20.

"Festival de la chanson et des métiers du terroir" (Canadian Folk Song and Handicrafts Festival); Château Frontenac of the city of Québec, presentation page of the programme of 24 - 28 May1928. On the photograph there is Charles Marchand and the three other members of the Troubadours de Bytown.
© Canadian Museum of Civilization, Archives, Electronic fonds, CDA-2004-2-22.

"Le bon vieux temps" (The Good Old Times); Photograph of the players in the ballad opera "L'Ordre de Bon temps", presented in May 1928, during the Canadian Folk Song and Handicrafts Festival, Château Frontenac in the city of Québec.
© Canadian Museum of Civilization, Archives, Electronic fonds, Photo : Canadian Pacific Railway, Québec, 1928, CDA-2004-2-23.