To prevent its demolition, the Manitoba Historical Society purchased the property in 1970 and rehabilitated the house, opening it as a museum in 1974 to celebrate Winnipeg's centennary
THE PHOTOGRAPHS in another centennary
book, Balanchine: Celebrating a Life in Dance, provide illustrations of Balanchine's potentially evanescent grandeur.
in Proceedins of the Lanczos Centennary
Conference, Philadelphia, 1994, SIAM, pp.
Anthony O'Hear, Wittgenstein and the Transmission of Traditions, in WITTGENSTEIN CENTENNARY
ESSAYS 41, 47 (1991).
As one would expect, the Lumiere films occupied the pride of place in French celebrations of the centennary
of the movies as French2 television broadcast one Lumiere film with commentary each day during 1995.
Also as part of its compliance, the DAR told the court that it had engaged an accounting firm to audit the books of the hacienda and its Centennary
Some 8,000 spectators flocked Saturday to an air show staged by the Bulgarian Air Force on occasion on its centennary
The event features live entertainment and activities from September 8 to 10, with a main stage in Centennary
Square hosting open-air concerts during the weekend.
Fortuitously, 1998 is the centennary
of George Gershwin, and the Gershwin family has designated Community Concerts to coordinate a two-year celebration.