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Image No: PA-3688-2

Title: Teenagers at a Sat-Teen dance, Western Canada High School, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1946

Remarks: The Sat-Teen Club was Canada's largest club for teenagers in the 1940s. It held dances every two weeks. Note empty coke bottles on the tables.
L-R: unknown, Desmond "Des" Barton, Sharon Sprung, Bob Horne, Louise Byers, unknown, unknown.

Subject(s): Teenagers

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Image No: PA-3688-3

Title: Teenagers at a Sat-Teen dance, Western Canada High School, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1946

Remarks: The Sat-Teen Club was Canada's largest club for teenagers in the 1940s. It held dances every two weeks.

Subject(s): Teenagers / Dancing

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Image No: PA-3688-5

Title: Doreen Richardson, Sat-Teen Queen, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1946

Remarks: The Sat-Teen Club was Canada's largest club for teenagers in the 1940s. It held dances every two weeks at Western Canada High School.

Subject(s): Teenagers / Beauty contests

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Image No: PA-3688-6

Title: Teenagers at a Sat-Teen dance, Western Canada High School, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1946

Remarks: The Sat-Teen Club was Canada's largest club for teenagers in the 1940s. It held dances every two weeks.

Subject(s): Teenagers / Dancing

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Image No: PA-3688-8

Title: Miss Sat-Teen (Doreen Richardson) being kissed at the Cave and Basin hot springs during visit to Banff, Alberta.

Date: 1946

Remarks: The Sat-Teen Club of Calgary was Canada's largest club for teenagers in the 1940s.

Subject(s): Teenagers / Beauty contests

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Image No: PA-3688-13

Title: Boys at a Sat-Teen dance, Western Canada High School, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1946

Remarks: The Sat-Teen Club was Canada's largest club for teenagers in the 1940s. It held dances every two weeks. Coke was the refreshment served at the dances.

Subject(s): Teenagers / Dancing

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