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Image No: NA-1867-1

Title: John M. Erickson, 1882-1963.

Date: [ca. 1900-1903]

Remarks: Father of Canadian chautauqua.
Circuits were active in Canada from 1917-1935.

Subject(s): Canada - Personalities / Chautauqua - Personalities

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Image No: NA-1900-46

Title: Nola B. Critz, Memphis, Missouri.

Date: [ca. 1909-1910]

Photographer/Illustrator: Johnson, Mempis, Missouri

Remarks: Wearing evening dress made be her mother Mattie Critz, for University parties. Nola B. Critz became Nola B. Erickson when she married J. M. Erickson in the fall of 1917.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Erickson introduced Chautauqua into Canada and operated the circuits from 1917-1935, headquarters were in the Lougheed building, Calgary, Alberta. Copied from PA-1278-14.

Subject(s): Memphis, Missouri - Personalities / Furniture / Women's clothing

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Image No: NA-3905-1

Title: Cassie and Gwen Davis at Vulcan, Alberta.

Date: 1910

Remarks: Cassie Davis was a Chautauqua worker during 1928.

Subject(s): Vulcan, Alberta - Personalities / Chautauqua - Women / Chautauqua - Personalities

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Image No: NA-3744-2

Title: Chautauqua workers on running board of touring car, Wawanesa, Manitoba.

Date: [ca. early teens]

Remarks: L-R: Gladys Henry; Bill Reddy; Florence Tutt; Olive McCormick.

Subject(s): Chautauqua - Women / Chautauqua - Personalities / Automobiles

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Image No: NA-1900-28

Title: Chautauqua personalities, western USA.

Date: 1914

Remarks: On Redpath-Vawtner circuit. Group of "Story Hour Girls".
L-R: unknown; unknown; Nola B. Critz, married J. M. Erickson later; unknown; unknown; unknown; Inez Bristol.
Nola B. Critz became Nola B. Erickson when she married J. M. Erickson in the fall of 1917.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Erickson introduced Chautauqua into Canada and operated the circuits from 1917-1935, headquarters were in the Lougheed building, Calgary, Alberta.

Subject(s): Women's clothing / Hats / Railways - Cars / Chautauqua - Personalities

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Image No: NA-1900-3

Title: Mrs. John M. (Nola B.) Erickson.

Date: 1917

Photographer/Illustrator: Gladser, Los Angeles, California

Remarks: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Erickson introduced Chautauqua into Canada and operated the circuits from 1917-1935, headquarters were in the Lougheed building, Calgary, Alberta.
Mrs. John M. (Nola B.) Erickson, nee Critz, wore this dress while giving her "Highway to Happiness" lectures.

Subject(s): Chautauqua - Personalities / Women's clothing

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Image No: NA-1900-4

Title: Mrs. John M. (Nola B.) Erickson, nee Critz.

Date: 1917

Photographer/Illustrator: Hess, A. L., Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Erickson introduced Chautauqua into Canada and operated the circuits from 1917-1935, headquarters were in the Lougheed building, Calgary, Alberta.

Subject(s): Chautauqua - Personalities / Women's clothing

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Image No: NA-1900-18

Title: Chautauqua officials, Canada and USA.

Date: [ca. 1917-1919]

Remarks: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Erickson introduced Chautauqua into Canada and operated the circuits from 1917-1935, headquarters were in the Lougheed building, Calgary, Alberta.
Ellison and White and Dominion Chautauqua.
L-R back row: Walter Ricks, circuit manager; Ray Andrews, Publicity manmager, Ellison and White, Lyceume and Chautauqua; Walter Stern, circuit manager, Domion Chautauqua, Calgary, Alberta; Michael Bowman, office manager, Domion Chautauqua, Calgary, Alberta; Tom Burke, executive secretary, affiliated Lyceum and Chautauqua Asociation.
L-R front row: J. M. Erickson; C. H. White; J. Roy Ellison, all partners.

Subject(s): Chautauqua - Personalities / USA - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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Image No: NA-1900-19

Title: Chautauqua officials, Canada and USA.

Date: [ca. 1917-1919]

Remarks: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Erickson introduced Chautauqua into Canada and operated the circuits from 1917-1935, headquarters were in the Lougheed building, Calgary, Alberta.
Ellison and White and Dominion Chautauqua.
L-R back row: Russell Bridges, Alkahst Lyceum Bureau, Georgia; J. Arthur Coit, Coit-Alber Lyceum and Chautauqua Association, Ohio; Louis J. Alber, Lyceum and Chautauqua Association; C. H. White, Ellison-White Lyceum and Chautauqua Association, Oregon; J. R. Ellison, Ellison-White Lyceum and Chautauqua Association, Oregon; M. C. Turner, Dixie Lyceum Bureau, Texas.
L-R front row: Walter Ricks, Ellison-White Lyceum and Chautauqua Association; John M Erickson, manger of Canadian Chautauqua Association, Dominion Chautauqua; M. L. Bowman, Office manger, manger of Canadian Chautauqua Association, Dominion Chautauqua; O. B. Stephenson, Lyceum Bureau, Chicao; Ray Andrews, publicity, Ellison-White Lyceum and Chautauqua Association; P. M. Neilson, Lyceum Bureau, Pennsylvania; Tom Burke, excutive secretary of affilliated Chautauqua and Lyceum Association.

Subject(s): Chautauqua - Personalities / USA - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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Image No: NA-1900-32

Title: Nola B. Critz in Canadian Chautauqua office, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: Spring 1917

Remarks: Office on second floor. Chautauqua poster on wall. Nola B. Critz became Nola B. Erickson when she married J. M. Erickson in the fall of 1917.
Copied from PA-1707-22.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Erickson introduced Chautauqua into Canada and operated the circuits from 1917-1935, headquarters were in the Lougheed building, Calgary, Alberta.

Subject(s): Chautauqua - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Buildings / Buildings - Interiors / Women's clothing / Office furniture / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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