1950 - 1959

99 Foster Drive Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
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1950-1951

  • President of NOAA – Charlie Carrington – of Sault Ste. Marie

1952

  • 1st Artist to visit club - October 1952, spring 1953, - Gustav Weisman, O.C.A.O.S.A. - gave short painting courses

1954

  • October 1953 - Carl Schaefer, A.R.C.A. - lectured and gave demonstrations in watercolour and oil painting at Montreal River and Hiawatha Park
  • 3rd artist to visit - R.A.C. Patton, E.C.A.O.C.A. - lectured on “Art as applied to the Community”
  • A.Y. Jackson visited Algoma Art Society - highlight of Society history

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1955

  • Letter dated June 2, 1955 from Frederick Varley to Katie Kopec.

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1957

  • 1st Annual NOAA Exhibition – Opened in Sudbury – jurors A.Y. Jackson and Yvonne Housser 

1958

  • April 21, 1958 - A.J. Casson one of judges along with Gus Weisman, OSA, and Louis Mulestock, for Spring N.O.A.A. hosted in Sault Ste. Marie
  • 2nd Annual NOAA Exhibition – Opened in Sault Ste. Marie April 21, 1958 – jurors A.J. Casson, Gustav Weisman and Louis Muhlstock

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1959

  • November 20 and 21st, 1959 - Robert Ralph Carmichael - 1st of Algoma Art Society One-Man Shows - Sault Star Article written by Sault Star Staff Reporter, Gwen Keatley – Bob’s exhibition was sponsored by the Algoma Art Society
  • President of NOAA – Mrytle Harrison – of Sault Ste. Marie – 1959-1960
  • 3rd Annual NOAA Exhibition – Opened in Timmins in 1959 – jurors Yvonne Housser, George Pepper and Jacques de Tonnacour.

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