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Postcard Views of Downtown Lethbridge

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Date Range
1920-1940
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191057
Physical Description
3 postcards
Scope and Content
Three sepia postcards showing downtown Lethbridge: - Lethbridge Post Office - Marquis Hotel - 4th Avenue South looking east, with the Eaton's building and the post office in the background.
Date Range
1920-1940
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
3 postcards
Scope and Content
Three sepia postcards showing downtown Lethbridge: - Lethbridge Post Office - Marquis Hotel - 4th Avenue South looking east, with the Eaton's building and the post office in the background.
Accession No.
20191057
Collection
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School Photographs - Fleetwood and Bowman Schools.

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Date Range
1946-1951
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191056
Physical Description
6 black and white photographic prints.
Scope and Content
Group photographs of students and teachers: Bowman School, Grade 2, 1946; Grade 3, 1947; Grade 4, 1948; Grade 5, 1949; Grade 6, 1951. Fleetwood School, Grade 6, 1949.
Date Range
1946-1951
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
6 black and white photographic prints.
Scope and Content
Group photographs of students and teachers: Bowman School, Grade 2, 1946; Grade 3, 1947; Grade 4, 1948; Grade 5, 1949; Grade 6, 1951. Fleetwood School, Grade 6, 1949.
Accession No.
20191056
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Fleetwood School, Grade 6.

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Date Range
1949
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191056001
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print.
Scope and Content
Grade 6, Fleetwood School, 1949: Fourth row: Clifford Firth, Naomi Charles, Marlene Earl, Dorothy Flak, Pat Boyles, Isabelle Gillespie, Sheila Roberts, Joyce Strome, Rosalind Eritsland, Robert Powell. Third row: Jimmie Edgar, Donna Glock, Marlene Archibald, June Morrison, Douglas Oland, Jon Tolle…
Date Range
1949
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print.
Scope and Content
Grade 6, Fleetwood School, 1949: Fourth row: Clifford Firth, Naomi Charles, Marlene Earl, Dorothy Flak, Pat Boyles, Isabelle Gillespie, Sheila Roberts, Joyce Strome, Rosalind Eritsland, Robert Powell. Third row: Jimmie Edgar, Donna Glock, Marlene Archibald, June Morrison, Douglas Oland, Jon Tollestrup, Dennis Wyatt, Jack Randal, Terry Dafoe. Second row: Gerald Court, Ronald Napper, Marie Whitehorn, Larry Steakly, Grant Hopp, Barbara Wood, Joan Larson, George Baxter, Alvin Deal, Carlton Stewart. Front row: Joe Kabayama, Jerald Johansen, George Draffin, Dawn Bodard, Gloria Fargo, Marjorie Baxter, Frances Graham, Jacqueline Bolen, Joliene Ferguson, Sheila Price. Identifications provided by Gerald Court, Grant Hopp, Marjorie (Baxter) Molle, Carlton Stewart.
Notes
Digital copy available on the L:\ drive.
Accession No.
20191056001
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1946
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191056002
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print.
Scope and Content
Grade 2, Bowman School, 1946: Third row: Dennis Jones, Gordon Holland, Bobby _____, Ronnie Crighton, Wayne Wurzer, Bruce _____, Harry Seredinski, Miss Stott. Second row: Mervin Bishop, Ivan Hopp, Murray Olson, David Leong, Ted Ellis, Dale Cuthbertson, Jerry Malacko, Allyn Mills, ?, Gordon _____, …
Date Range
1946
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print.
Scope and Content
Grade 2, Bowman School, 1946: Third row: Dennis Jones, Gordon Holland, Bobby _____, Ronnie Crighton, Wayne Wurzer, Bruce _____, Harry Seredinski, Miss Stott. Second row: Mervin Bishop, Ivan Hopp, Murray Olson, David Leong, Ted Ellis, Dale Cuthbertson, Jerry Malacko, Allyn Mills, ?, Gordon _____, Wayne Neidig?, Bobby Leong. Front row: Barry Cuell, Barbara _____, Marie James, Loreen Schawalder, Barbara Cuell, Joyce _____, Sandra Somerville, Beverly Mehew, Bernice _____, Jean Olsen, Marlene Yackulic, Lynn Evans, Bobby Rothe.
Notes
Digital copy available on the L:\ drive.
Accession No.
20191056002
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1947
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191056003
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Grade 3, Bowman School, 1947: Fourth row: May Burnett, Lynn Evans, Bernice _____, Arlene Corenblum, ?, ?, Wayne Wurzer, Gordon _____, Buck (Lawrence) McNeely, ?, ?. Third row: Gordon Holland, Harry Seredinski, Eddie Dixon, Sandra Somerville, Joyce _____, Loreen Schawalder, Ronnie Crighton. Second…
Date Range
1947
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Grade 3, Bowman School, 1947: Fourth row: May Burnett, Lynn Evans, Bernice _____, Arlene Corenblum, ?, ?, Wayne Wurzer, Gordon _____, Buck (Lawrence) McNeely, ?, ?. Third row: Gordon Holland, Harry Seredinski, Eddie Dixon, Sandra Somerville, Joyce _____, Loreen Schawalder, Ronnie Crighton. Second row: Ted Ellis (face hidden), ?, ?, Jack Graham, David Leong, Robert Scott, Dennis Jones, Allyn Mills, ?, ?, Beverly Mehew. Front row: Murray Olson, Barry Cuell, Ivan Hopp, Jean Olsen, Marie James, Barbara Cuell, Marlene Yackulic, Pat Murphy, Bobby Rothe.
Notes
Digital copy available on the L:\ drive.
Accession No.
20191056003
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1948
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191056004
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print.
Scope and Content
Grade 4, Bowman School, 1948: Third row: Miss Watkins, Katherine W_____, Loreen Schawalder, ?, ?, Loreen _____, ?, ?, Emma Orosg, Suzette Jacobson, ?, ?, Arlene Corenblum, Doreen Rudd, Charlene Dawson. Second row: Jerry McLaughlin, Peter Grant?, Wayne Neidig, Eddie Dixon, David Leong, Harry Sered…
Date Range
1948
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print.
Scope and Content
Grade 4, Bowman School, 1948: Third row: Miss Watkins, Katherine W_____, Loreen Schawalder, ?, ?, Loreen _____, ?, ?, Emma Orosg, Suzette Jacobson, ?, ?, Arlene Corenblum, Doreen Rudd, Charlene Dawson. Second row: Jerry McLaughlin, Peter Grant?, Wayne Neidig, Eddie Dixon, David Leong, Harry Seredinski,Gordon _____, ?, ?, Dale Cuthbertson, Barry Gavin, ?, ?, Sandy Cameron?, Harry Blacker, Gordon Morris, Barry Bergthorsen. Front row: Ted Ellis, ?, ?, Marlene Yackulic, Jean Olsen, Deanna Wilson, Barbara Cuell, Beryl Schellhorn, Irene Grunewald, ?, ?, Normajean Kew, Barry Cuell, _____David?, ?, Ivan Hopp, ?. ?. Bobby Rothe. Other names on reverse, unidentified in photograph: Howard S., Gloria O.
Notes
Digitall copy available on the L:\ drive.
Accession No.
20191056004
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1949
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191056005
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print.
Scope and Content
Grade 5, Bowman School, 1949: Fourth row: Harry Seredinski, Morris Hunt, Harry Blacker, John Guild?, Philip Mudge, Wayne Wurzer, Emma Orosg, Marguerite Amos. Third row: Wayne Neidig, Barry Bergthorsen, Ronnie Spafford?, Ted Ellis, ?, ?, Murray Olson, David Leong, Gordon S_____, Buck (Lawrence) Mc…
Date Range
1949
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print.
Scope and Content
Grade 5, Bowman School, 1949: Fourth row: Harry Seredinski, Morris Hunt, Harry Blacker, John Guild?, Philip Mudge, Wayne Wurzer, Emma Orosg, Marguerite Amos. Third row: Wayne Neidig, Barry Bergthorsen, Ronnie Spafford?, Ted Ellis, ?, ?, Murray Olson, David Leong, Gordon S_____, Buck (Lawrence) McNeely, Miss Nimmons. Second row: ?, ?, Donnie Cunningham, ?, ?, Barry Gavin, Jean Olsen, Doreen Rudd, May Burnett, Loreen Schawalder, Allyn Mills. Front row: Gordon Holland, Ivan Hopp, Johnny Loewen, Barry Cuell, Bobby Rothe, Dale Cuthbertson, Marlene Yackulic, Barbara Cuell, Charlene Dawson, Arlene Corenblum. Other names on reverse of photograph, but unidentified: Jimmie Poulsen, Earl w_____, Morris Hunt, Pat Harris.
Notes
Digital copy available on the L:\ drive.
Accession No.
20191056005
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1951
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191056006
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Grade 6, Bowman School, 1951: Fourth row: Ron Crighton, Jim Chow, Eric Neville, Donald Sullivan, Marguerite _____?, Sharon Geiger, Bill Asplund. Third row: Warren Elliott, Beryl Schellhorn, Joan Shreeve, Arlene _____?, Rita Nakagama, Dennis Jones, Miss Davidson. Second row: ?, ?, Jim Poulson?, D…
Date Range
1951
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Grade 6, Bowman School, 1951: Fourth row: Ron Crighton, Jim Chow, Eric Neville, Donald Sullivan, Marguerite _____?, Sharon Geiger, Bill Asplund. Third row: Warren Elliott, Beryl Schellhorn, Joan Shreeve, Arlene _____?, Rita Nakagama, Dennis Jones, Miss Davidson. Second row: ?, ?, Jim Poulson?, Dick Malacko, ?, ?, Shirley Moscovich, ?, ?, Joyce Fairbairn, Barbara Pratt. Front row: Bobby Leong, Irvine Tillotson, Geraldine Rothe, Lydia Huber, Ione Grunewald, Barbara Cuell, Barry Cuell, Jerry Seaman.
Accession No.
20191056006
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1965
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191056
Physical Description
1 softcover book.
Scope and Content
Echoes of Willow Creek, published by the Willow Creek Historical Society, Granum, Alberta, 1965.
Date Range
1965
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 softcover book.
Scope and Content
Echoes of Willow Creek, published by the Willow Creek Historical Society, Granum, Alberta, 1965.
Accession No.
20191056
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General Stewart Pipt Band

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Date Range
1961
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20091077001
Physical Description
digital photograph
Scope and Content
Photograph of the General Stewart Pipe Band taken in front of the former General Stewart Branch No. 4, Royal Canadian Legion building at 820 1 Avenue South. Left to right: Alastair Gilchrist, Doug Buchanan, Dave Marshalsay, Jack Schweitzer, Jack Sumer, Alastair Robertson, Tom Ponech, Dugald MacNiv…
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1961
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
digital photograph
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Photograph of the General Stewart Pipe Band taken in front of the former General Stewart Branch No. 4, Royal Canadian Legion building at 820 1 Avenue South. Left to right: Alastair Gilchrist, Doug Buchanan, Dave Marshalsay, Jack Schweitzer, Jack Sumer, Alastair Robertson, Tom Ponech, Dugald MacNiven, Dennis Coburn, Stewart MacMillan
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20091077001
Collection
Archive
Images
Less detail
Date Range
1959
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20101079001
Physical Description
Digital color photograph
Scope and Content
Aileen (Pearson) Patton at the time of her graduation from the Galt School of Nursing.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1959
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Digital color photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Aileen (Pearson) Patton at the time of her graduation from the Galt School of Nursing.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20101079001
Collection
Archive
Images
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Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
SILVER, BRASS, SILK
Catalogue Number
P20190010005
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Materials
SILVER, BRASS, SILK
No. Pieces
1
Length
9.7
Width
16.8
Description
FIVE FULL SIZE MOUNTED MEDALS, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: 1939-1945 STAR ON NAVY BLUE, RED, AND LIGHT BLUE RIBBON; THE FRANCE AND GERMANY STAR ON NAVY BLUE, WHITE, AND RED RIBBON; DEFENCE MEDAL ON GREEN, BLACK, AND ORANGE RIBBON; VOLUNTEER SERVICE MEDAL ON GREEN, RED, AND BLUE RIBBON WITH A SILVER BAR WITH MAPLE LEAF IN CENTER; 1939-1945 WAR MEDAL ON RED, NAVY BLUE, AND WHITE RIBBON. MEDAL RIBBONS ARE ATTACHED TO SILVER BACKING BAR, WITH SILVER BAR-PIN ON BACK. MEDALS HAVE TARNISHING ON FRONTS AND BACKS; STARS HAVE TARNISHING ON EDGES. BACKS OF THE WAR MEDAL, VOLUNTEER SERVICE MEDAL, DEFENCE MEDAL, AND FRANCE AND GERMANY STAR HAVE SILVER STAPLES THROUGH RIBBONS. RIBBONS HAVE FRAYING ENDS; OVERALL GOOD CONDITION.
Subjects
PERSONAL SYMBOL
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
ON JUNE 5, 2019, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN INTERVIEWED CAROL DARMODY REGARDING HER DONATION OF OBJECTS RELATED TO HER PARENTS, IRENE (NEE NAGY) AND JOHN FROUWS. ON HER FATHER’S MILITARY MEDALS, DARMODY ELABORATED, “DAD DID VALUE HIS MEDALS AND HE WOULD STRIVE TO ATTEND THE REMEMBRANCE DAY CEREMONIES EACH YEAR. IN 2010 HIS PICTURE WAS IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ATTENDING THE EVENT AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS. NOT ONLY DID HE LOSE BUDDIES WHO WERE PART OF THE NORMANDY INVASION, BUT HE ALSO LOST A GOOD FRIEND [MRS. SARKOVICH’S SON] FROM LETHBRIDGE, WHO WAS KILLED DURING THE JAPANESE BOMBING OF PEARL HARBOR. OVER THE YEARS DAD WROTE SEVERAL ARTICLES ABOUT HIS WAR EXPERIENCES FOR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD. MY FAVORITE ARTICLES WERE: KINDNESS WARMED A WARTIME CHRISTMAS AND THREE LITTLE PIGS AND THE END OF THE WAR.” ON HER FATHER’S SERVICE IN THE CANADIAN MILITARY, DARMODY RECALLED, “I THINK IT WAS POVERTY [THAT MOTIVATED DAD TO ENLIST]…DAD STRUGGLED IN THE 1930S. HE WAS PULLED OUT OF GRADE 11 TO WORK IN THE COAL MINE, AND HE GOT A LUCKY BREAK FROM BILL HOPE, TO WORK IN GALT GARDENS WITH PLANTS, BEFORE HE SIGNED UP [FOR THE WAR EFFORT]. THAT WAS SIGNIFICANT, AND THEY BECAME FRIENDS WHEN HE RETURNED FROM THE WAR…HE WAS A GOOD MENTOR TO DAD, AND THAT’S WHERE [HIS] KNOWLEDGE OF PLANTS GREW. [DAD] ENLISTED, BECAUSE THEN HE HAD A CHOICE. HE DIDN’T WANT TO FIGHT IN THE FRONT-LINE, SO, IF YOU VOLUNTEERED EARLY, YOU GOT TO PICK AND CHOOSE WHAT YOU WANTED TO DO, SO HE PICKED ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, AND HE WAS REALLY WELL-TRAINED.” “MY DAD’S FAMILY CAME [FROM HOLLAND] IN THE ‘20S—’25—AND HIS DAD WANTED TO BE A FARMER HERE, AND [GRANDPA] WAS THE OLDEST, SO HE AGREED TO EMIGRATE FROM HOLLAND. THERE WASN’T ENOUGH LAND [IN HOLLAND]…AND HE DECIDED HE WANTED TO FARM SOMEWHERE ELSE, ‘CAUSE IT WOULDN’T HAVE WORKED OUT STAYING IN HOLLAND. SO, BECAUSE HE DIED IN THE ‘30S, TRYING TO SAVE THAT LITTLE BOY…WHO HAD FALLEN THROUGH THE ICE NEAR THE WEIR IN THE OLDMAN RIVER. THEY BOTH DROWNED…BUT HE HAD A FEW FAILURES, I THINK, WITH FARMING, AND HE DID WORK FOR THE COAL MINING COMPANY…WHEN [GRANDPA] DIED, THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE GAVE HIS WIDOW, AND THE FAMILY, $30.00 A MONTH [I THINK IT WAS RELIEF MONEY]. SO DAD WAS HIGHLY-MOTIVATED. HE DIDN’T WANT TO GO OVERSEAS, AND BE KILLED…BUT, IF HE SIGNED UP EARLY, HE COULD PICK AND CHOOSE WHAT HE WANTED TO DO, AND START SENDING MONEY TO HIS MOTHER…ONLY DAD’S OLDEST SIBLING, GERTRUDE, WAS MARRIED. HIS OTHER SIBLINGS, ALICE, TINA, HARRY, AND JIM WERE YOUNGER AND NOT ABLE TO FINANCIALLY SUPPORT THEIR MOTHER. THE THREE YOUNGEST WERE STILL IN SCHOOL…THEY WEREN’T OF AN AGE WHERE THEY COULD WORK, AND SUPPORT THE MOTHER. SO, HE WAS IN A GOOD POSITION TO DO SO, BY SIGNING UP [FOR THE MILITARY IN 1940].” “[DAD] REALLY FELT CANADIAN, THROUGH-AND-THROUGH…AS A KID, HIS PARENTS TRUSTED HIM. HE WOULD BE GONE ALL WEEKEND, AT ALEXANDER WILDERNESS, JUST CAMPING WITH A FRIEND. THEY DIDN’T WORRY ABOUT HIM AT THE RIVER BOTTOM. HE LOVED THE COULEES…THIS WAS HOME. HOLLAND DIDN’T MEAN ANYTHING TO HIM, BECAUSE HE WAS SO YOUNG WHEN HE CAME HERE…HIS MOM COULDN’T GO BACK, AND SHE PROBABLY HADN’T BONDED AS WELL TO SOUTHERN ALBERTA, ESPECIALLY WITHOUT HER HUSBAND…THE IRONY…HE SPENT A LOT OF TIME IN HOLLAND [DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR], AND HE WAS AN ASSET, BECAUSE HE COULD SPEAK SOME DUTCH, I’M NOT SURE HOW WELL, BUT IN EMERGENCIES THEY WOULD USE HIM." DARMODY ELABORATED ON HER PARENTS’ RELATIONSHIP, NOTING, “FOR DAD, [THE RELATIONSHIP WITH MOM] STARTED REALLY EARLY. MOM WAS 4 YEARS OLDER, AND HE FELL IN LOVE WITH HER WHEN HE WAS A LITTLE BOY. HE WOULD PLAY WITH HER YOUNGEST BROTHER, BUT 3-4 YEARS [AGE DIFFERENCE WHEN] YOU’RE YOUNG, IS A LOT…HE PROBABLY WAS A NICE KID, BUT SHE DIDN’T SHOW ANY INTEREST. BUT HE FELL IN LOVE WITH HER EARLY, AND HE PROCEEDED…MOM WOULD HAVE BEEN [LIVING] IN DIAMOND CITY. DAD MIGHT HAVE BEEN ON THE NORTH SIDE, THEY HAD A LITTLE HOUSE.” “THINGS WERE HAPPENING DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION. MY MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER [VERONA NAGY], HAD AN EXTREMELY UNHAPPY MARRIAGE. MY GRANDFATHER [STEVE NAGY], [HE] ALLEGEDLY DRANK TOO MUCH AND WOULD OFTEN SQUANDER HIS MEAGRE COAL-MINING EARNINGS ON ALCOHOL. IN 1933, SHE DECIDED TO HOMESTEAD IN PEACE RIVER AREA [HARMON VALLEY]. HER THIRD OLDEST SON [LEWIS] CAME WITH HER, AND HE BUILT HER A LOVELY LOG CABIN. DURING THE DEPRESSION, MOM [IRENE NAGY] SPENT TIME IN CHICAGO WITH HER BROTHER STEVE AND HIS FAMILY. SHE ALSO ALTERNATED BETWEEN LETHBRIDGE AND PEACE RIVER. IN PEACE RIVER THEY HAD LOTS TO EAT BUT VERY LITTLE MONEY. THROUGH HER YOUNGEST BROTHER, MITCH, MOM MOST LIKELY LEARNED THAT DAD WAS ABOUT TO ENLIST IN [THE SECOND WORLD WAR]. IN 1939, MY PARENTS ALLEGEDLY STARTED DATING. THEY WOULD SPEND LOTS OF TIME IN THE COULEES HAVING PICNICS AND PICKING SASKATOON BERRIES…THE THIRD OLDEST BROTHER, AND ALL HER SIBLINGS, EXCEPT FOR HER SISTER, MARY, MOVED EVENTUALLY TO PEACE RIVER, AND JUST THE TWO SISTERS REMAINED. DAD ASKED MOM, WHEN THEY MARRIED IN ’43, TO MAKE HER HOME BASE LETHBRIDGE. SHE WAS GOING BACK AND FORTH…TO HELP HER MOM.” “THEY STARTED TO COURT IN THE ‘40S [AND MARRIED IN 1943], BECAUSE HE GOT A LEAVE FROM THE TRAINING CAMP IN ONTARIO…SHE WAS IN PEACE RIVER AT THE TIME, WHEN HE ASKED HER TO MARRY HIM, AND HE WAS ON A SHORT LEAVE. HE TOOK HIS MOTHER, IN HIS CAR, FROM LETHBRIDGE TO PEACE RIVER, AND IT WAS LIKE A MAJOR EXCURSION ON GRAVEL ROADS, TO MEET MOM, AND THEN THE TWO MOTHERS WERE TOGETHER.” DARMODY ELABORATED ON HOW SHE OBTAINED HER PARENTS’ COLLECTION INCLUDING THE TROPHY, NOTING, “[THE OBJECTS CAME INTO MY POSSESSION TOGETHER]…WHEN DAD DIED…[IN] 2011.” “[I WANTED TO KEEP THEM BECAUSE] THEY CONNECT ME TO THE PAST, AND WHEN…THE FORMER GOVERNOR-GENERAL’S WIFE WAS IN LETHBRIDGE, SHE WROTE THAT BOOK, ‘MATRONS AND MADAMS’, SHE SAID IT USUALLY TAKES 3-4 GENERATIONS FOR THE WAR EFFECTS TO BE ELIMINATED, FROM THE GREAT-GREAT-GREAT GRANDKIDS, SO, I WAS INDIRECTLY AFFECTED BY THE WAR…I HAD TO TEACH SOCIAL STUDIES AT ONE POINT, IN VANCOUVER, SO I LEARNED, DID A LOT OF PREPARATION. DAD WAS SUPPORTING HIS WIDOWED MOTHER…AFTER 1943, HE WAS SENDING MONEY TO MOM. HE DIDN’T HAVE A LOT OF SPARE MONEY TO BUY THINGS AND SEND BACK HOME…SO THE THINGS HE SENT WERE HUMBLE.” ACCORDING TO THE SERVICE PAY BOOKS OF JOHN W. FROUWS HELD IN THE GALT ARCHIVES [20191038011], STAFF SERGEANT FROUWS [M-35922] ATTESTED WITH THE CANADIAN FORCES ON JUNE 3, 1941. THE WAR DIARY OF THE 10TH CANADIAN FIELD PARK COMPANY, ROYAL CANADIAN ENGINEERS, HELD IN THE GALT ARCHIVES [20191038023] DETAILS THE ACTIONS OF ST. SGT. FROUWS AND HIS COMPANY. AT CAMP PETAWAWA, ONTARIO IN 1942, THE 10TH CANADIAN FIELD PARK COMPANY TOOK ON MEMBERS OF THE 2ND CORPS. FIELD PARK COMPANY, R.C.E., AND ON JULY 22ND, 1942 THE UNIT WAS CHANGED TO THE 2ND CORPS. FIELD PARK COMPANY, R.C.E. ON AUGUST 14TH, 1943, THE NEW WAR ESTABLISHMENT CREATED AN ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL UNIT WITHIN THE FIELD PARK COMPANY. AN ENTRY FROM MARCH 1, 1943 RECORDS FROUWS AS BEING PROMOTED FROM L.CPL. TO A.CPL. AT CAMP PETAWAWA, ONTARIO. FROUWS WAS FURTHER PROMOTED TO L.SGT. ON JUNE 24, 1943 AT ALDERSHOT, NOVA SCOTIA, TO A.SGT. ON JULY 26, 1943, AND TO S.SGT. ON SEPTEMBER 29, 1943 AT MICKLEHAM, SURREY, ENGLAND. THE 2ND CORPS. FIELD PARK COMPANY MOVED FROM CAMP PETAWAWA, ONTARIO TO HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA BEFORE PROCEEDING TO ENGLAND IN AUGUST 1943. THE UNIT SAILED FROM ENGLAND TO JUNO BEACH, NORMANDY IN TWO PARTS ON JULY 11, 1944. ON JULY 14, 1944, S.SGT. FROUWS WAS LISTED AS ACCOMPANYING L.CPL. TRETHEWAY IN “DE-BOOBY-TRAPPING” THE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE IN CAEN, FRANCE. THE COMPANY PROCEEDED THROUGH HOLLAND AND BELGIUM IN 1944 AND 1945, STATIONING AT NIJMEGEN, HOLLAND ON SEPTEMBER 22, 1944, BOURG LEOPOLD, BELGIUM ON SEPTEMBER 29, 1944, WEMMEL, BELGIUM ON OCTOBER 2, 1944, KESSEL, BELGIUM ON OCTOBER 10, 1944, AND TILBURG, HOLLAND BY NOVEMBER 1944. THE COMPANY REMAINED IN HOLLAND UNTIL APRIL 19, 1945, WHEN IT MOVED TO NORDHORN, GERMANY AND REMAINED THROUGH VE DAY ON MAY 9, 1945. FOR MORE INFORMATION INCLUDING THE FULL INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTION AND COPIES OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ARTICLES, PLEASE SEE THE PERMANENT FILE P20190010001-GA.
Catalogue Number
P20190010005
Acquisition Date
2019-06
Collection
Museum
Images
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Date Range From
1930
Date Range To
2001
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
PLASTIC, COTTON, METAL
Catalogue Number
P20190010013
  2 images  
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1930
Date Range To
2001
Materials
PLASTIC, COTTON, METAL
No. Pieces
1
Height
12.1
Length
20.8
Width
28.7
Description
ORANGE, SQUARE PLASTIC TRAVEL CASE; CASE HAS SILVER ZIPPER THAT RUNS AROUND SIDES OF CASE; LID HAS ORANGE HANDLE FIXED IN TWO SILVER METAL CASINGS. INSIDE OF CASE HAS ORANGE LINING WITH YELLOWED LABEL ON INSIDE OF LID, WITH ORANGE TEXT, “ON THE WIND”. CASE HAS MINOR SCUFFING ON TOP AND SIDES; CASE HIS GRIME AND SCUFFING INSIDE; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION.
Subjects
CONTAINER
Historical Association
PROFESSIONS
History
ON JUNE 5, 2019, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN INTERVIEWED CAROL DARMODY REGARDING HER DONATION OF OBJECTS RELATED TO HER PARENTS, IRENE (NEE NAGY) AND JOHN FROUWS. ON HER MOTHER’S HAIRDRESSING, DARMODY RECALLED, “SHE TOOK THE HAIRDRESSING COURSE, I THINK IT WAS 1937, IN CALGARY, AND SHE REALLY LOVED HAIRDRESSING. SHE DID VOLUNTEER HAIRDRESSING FOR YEARS AT EDITH CAVELL, EVEN LATER IN LIFE. SHE TOOK IT VERY SERIOUSLY, AND LOVED DOING IT. SHE DID [HAIR FOR] NEIGHBOURS, FRIENDS, RELATIVES, BOYFRIENDS, GIRLFRIENDS, DAD…IT WAS ALWAYS A BIG PART OF HER LIFE…NOT REALLY FOR MONEY, JUST THE BARTERING THING, LIKE MAYBE SOMEONE WOULD MAKE HER COOKIES...” “[MOM] DIDN’T DO IT EVERY DAY, BECAUSE [HER AND MY DAD] WERE BUSY—AND THEY WOULD BABYSIT. [MY PARENTS] NEVER HAD GRANDKIDS, SO THEY BABYSAT ALL THE NEIGHBORHOOD KIDS ON NORMANDY…IT WASN’T LIKE A COMMERCIAL OPERATION…AN AUNT WOULD PHONE, ‘I NEED MY HAIR CUT.’ ‘COME ON OVER.’ OR, SHE WOULD GO OVER THERE. AND, MY MOM ALWAYS DROVE, SO SHE WOULD GET AROUND.” “[DURING THE WAR, MOM WAS] HAIRDRESSING, AND WORKING FOR TCA, PREPARING FOOD FOR THE PILOTS.” “IT WOULDN’T BE A LOT [OF MONEY THAT SHE MADE]…BECAUSE PEOPLE WOULDN’T BE SPLURGING TO HAVE THEIR HAIR DONE [DURING THE 1930S AND 1940S]…MOM DOES REMEMBER DOING THE MADAME’S [HAIR]…I DON’T KNOW THE ONE…[THAT WAS WHEN] PROSTITUTES AND MADAMES WERE ALLOWED TO SHOP IN LETHBRIDGE [IN AMMENDMENTS TO THE INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT, DARMODY NOTED, "THERE WAS CONSIDERABLE DISCRIMINATION TOWARD PROSTITUTES AT THE TIME. FOR A TIME, PROSTITUTES WERE ALLOWED TO SHOP IN LETHBRIDGE ONLY ONE DAY PER WEEK"], BUT SHE DID HAVE A MADAME FOR SURE…MOM CONSIDERED HERSELF A GOOD HAIRDRESSER. MY FRIENDS MIGHT DISAGREE, BUT…SHE DID HAVE A FEW INTERESTING CLIENTS, FOR SURE, WHEN SHE STARTED…[IN THE] LATE ‘30S, DURING THE WAR…IT SHOULD BE NOTED WITH THE PASSAGE OF TIME, MOM DIDN’T KEEP UP WITH THE LATEST HAIR STYLES. WHEN I BECAME A YOUNG ADULT, I OFTEN REFUSED TO LET HER CUT OR STYLE MY HAIR.” ON WHERE HER MOTHER DID HAIR, DARMODY SHARED, “I CAN’T REMEMBER HOW THAT WORKED…THERE IS NO PICTURE OF MOM IN A SHOP, SO I’M NOT SURE. THERE WOULD HAVE BEEN HAIRDRESSING PLACES…THE MADAME MIGHT HAVE COME TO THE HOUSE. MOM WOULD HAVE HAD AN APARTMENT.” DARMODY ELABORATED ON HER MOTHER’S PASSION FOR HAIRDRESSING, NOTING, “SHE NEVER STOPPED [DOING HAIR]. WELL, WHEN SHE GOT ALZHEIMER’S, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN DANGEROUS FOR HER TO HAVE SCISSORS, SO SHE PROBABLY STOPPED LATE…CLOSE TO 2000…SHE LOVED IT…EVEN JUST TO CUT DAD’S HAIR, AND THE ODD NEIGHBOR’S HAIR. SHE USED A RULER [TO MEASURE THE LENGTH TO BE CUT] WITH MINE. I DON’T THINK I LET HER [CUT MY HAIR WHEN I BECAME AN ADULT]…IN THE EARLY ‘90S, SHE WOULD HAVE BEEN VOLUNTEERING A LOT AT EDITH CAVELL, AND IT’S KIND OF IRONIC, BECAUSE IT BOTHERED HER, GOING TO THE NURSING HOME, BECAUSE SHE KNEW ALL THESE PEOPLE [SHE OFTEN WOULD BE UPSET TO SEE PEOPLE SHE KNEW FROM THE PAST SUFFERING FROM ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND NEGLECT]…SHE WOULD MAKE THEM FEEL HAPPY [BY DOING THEIR HAIR]…IT WAS FREE…SHE DIDN’T DO IT FOR MONEY. THEN, SHE ENDS UP IN A SIMILAR SITUATION [BEING PLACE IN CARE FACILITY IN 2001, BECAUSE SHE HAD ALZHEIMER’S], BUT DAD DEALT WITH HER HAIR. HE WOULD JUST CUT IT STRAIGHT, BUT IT SUITED HER.” “SHE WAS A BIT MORE EXTROVERTED THAN DAD, AND JUST THAT CLOSE CONTACT WITH PEOPLE, AND MAKING SOMEONE FEEL HAPPY, WHOEVER THAT PERSON WAS. AND, IF THAT PERSON DIDN’T HAVE MONEY, IT DIDN’T MATTER – JUST MAKING THEM FEEL BETTER.” FOR MORE INFORMATION INCLUDING THE FULL INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTION AND COPIES OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ARTICLES, PLEASE SEE THE PERMANENT FILE P20190010001-GA.
Catalogue Number
P20190010013
Acquisition Date
2019-06
Collection
Museum
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Lethbridge Native Sons Pacific Coast Tour

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Date Range
1946-1948
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191055004
Physical Description
7 X 5 bw photographic print
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Native Sons were a junior hockey team, based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Southern Alberta Junior League from 1946-48, and then moved to the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1949-56. The team won the Alberta-B.C. championships in 1946-47 season. After the 1956 season…
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Date Range
1946-1948
Description Level
Item
Creator
ENMAX Centre
Physical Description
7 X 5 bw photographic print
History / Biographical
The ENMAX (formerly Sportsplex) Centre is a multipurpose facility operated by the City of Lethbridge. The complex was built in 1975 in preparation for the Canada Games.
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Native Sons were a junior hockey team, based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Southern Alberta Junior League from 1946-48, and then moved to the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1949-56. The team won the Alberta-B.C. championships in 1946-47 season. After the 1956 season, the Western Canada Junior Hockey League folded, along with the Native Sons; however, the team was revived in 1960. The print shows the team on their Pacific Coast Tour January 1948. Top Row: Jack Evans, Jack Rodzinyak, George Rodzinyak, B. Wood Third Row: Bill Ramsden, Slim Lavell, "Babe" Phalen, Ed Bruchet, "Scotty" Munroe, Howie Milford, Bob Manson. Second Row: Ed Dorohoy, Jack Le Clair. Bottom Row: Fred Brown, D. Berry, Roy Richardson, Mickey Maglio, T. McLean, Lou Holmes, G. Murphy.
Accession No.
20191055004
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Archive
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Date Range
1946-1964
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20201071
Physical Description
12 cm of textual records; 15 negatives, 12 photographic prints
Scope and Content
2020.1071/001: Newspaper Article on Mickey Brennen’s Retirement. 1964. 2020.1071/002: Enginemen’s Trip Tickets. Tickets that show train trips Brennen operated over his career. 1948-1955. 2020.1071/003: Statement of Earnings and Deductions – sampled. 1948-1958. 2020.1071/004: Industrial Acceptance C…
Date Range
1946-1964
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Mickey Brennen
Physical Description
12 cm of textual records; 15 negatives, 12 photographic prints
History / Biographical
John R. (Mickey) Brennen began his career with Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) in 1917 at the age of seventeen. He first started working at Coleman as an Assistant Agent for the Railway company. He then moved on to become a Relieving Agent at Burdett in 1920 by studying and winning a telegram code from a prize in a cocoa tin. Over the course of his 47-year career with CPR, he worked his way through the company, working as an Assistant Agent, Operator, Agent and Train Dispatcher. His job took him all over Alberta and Saskatchewan, dispatching mostly freight trains. He married his wife, Mary Josephine Morrissey, in Coalhurst in 1927. They had four children: two daughters and two sons. Mr. Brennen retired from CP Rail in 1964 after 47 years with the railroad. Living in Southern Alberta, Mr. and Mrs. Brennen spent their retirement working in their garden and with their family.
Scope and Content
2020.1071/001: Newspaper Article on Mickey Brennen’s Retirement. 1964. 2020.1071/002: Enginemen’s Trip Tickets. Tickets that show train trips Brennen operated over his career. 1948-1955. 2020.1071/003: Statement of Earnings and Deductions – sampled. 1948-1958. 2020.1071/004: Industrial Acceptance Corporation Limited Receipts – sampled. 1954-1957. 2020.1071/005: Miscellaneous Administrative Records – receipts, notes, railway trip information, coupons, etc. Part 1/4. 15 negatives, 9 photographic prints. 1947-1958. 2020.1071/006: Miscellaneous Administrative Records – business correspondence, insurance agency slips, contracts, etc. Part 2/4. 1946-1958. 2020.1071/007: Miscellaneous Administrative Records – contracts, correspondences, train trip information, etc. Part 3/4. 1947-1957. 2020.1071/008: Miscellaneous Administrative Records – solicitor’s statement, Notice of Acceptance, correspondences, etc. Part 4/4. 3 photographic prints. 1948-1958.
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20201071
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Gladys Downer Horne family fonds

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Date Range
1867-1999
Accession No.
20191118
Physical Description
26 cm of textual records, 45 photographic prints
Scope and Content
2019.1118/001: Downer and Horne Family Histories and Biographical Information. 1947-1978? 2019.1118/002: Family Photographs of the Downer and Horne families. 44 photographic prints. 1867-1965. 2019.1118/003: “Citation for Life Membership in Sir Alexander Galt Chapter, Imperial Order Daughters of th…
Date Range
1867-1999
Creator
The Downer and Horne families
Physical Description
26 cm of textual records, 45 photographic prints
History / Biographical
Fred Downer was born in Brighton, England in 1867, the son of William and Lillie Downer. His wife, Kate Emma Farbon was born in Horncastle, England in 1868, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Farbon. Fred Downer began his career in sales and retail grocery. Shortly after his father’s passing, he sailed to Canada in 1886. Landing in Winnipeg, Downer worked in the hotel hospitality business. After several years travelling and working around North America, he travelled back to England where he married his wife Kate Farbon 1892. The couple returned to the United States in 1893. Gladys Downer Horne was born in 1893 in Montana, she was four years old when her family: her father, Fred Downer, mother, Kate, and younger brother, moved to Lethbridge in 1897. Mr. Fred Downer entered a business partnership with Mr. William Henderson and the two men co-owned the Lethbridge Hotel. Fred Downer owned and managed several hotels and small cottages throughout Western Canada; including the Coaldale Hotel, the Connaugat Mansions and the Strathcona Court properties. Gladys’ mother, Kate Downer, enrolled her daughter in the local convent school. Later, Gladys went on to the boarding school in Winnipeg, Havergal College. She earned her certificate and went on the work at the Lethbridge Herald, writing a “woman’s page”, which described the community around the City; focusing on women’s social lives. In 1917, Gladys Downer married Fairfield Horne, a local grocery salesman. The couple lived in Lethbridge and had two sons and a daughter. Mr. Horne was manager of the Campbell, Wilson and Horne wholesale grocery store in Lethbridge.
Scope and Content
2019.1118/001: Downer and Horne Family Histories and Biographical Information. 1947-1978? 2019.1118/002: Family Photographs of the Downer and Horne families. 44 photographic prints. 1867-1965. 2019.1118/003: “Citation for Life Membership in Sir Alexander Galt Chapter, Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire Mrs. Fairfield Horne”. 1962. 2019.1118/004: Biographical Information on Sir Frank Stockdale – includes obituary, letters, family tree diagram?, etc. 1939-1999. 2019.1118/005: Correspondences and Information Related to the Downer Estate. 1942-1971. 2019.1118/006: “My Life” – Autobiography by Fred W. Downer. 1941-1942. 2019.1118/007: ‘Gladys Dorothy Dower November 1911.’ – Scrapbook. 1911-1912. 2019.1118/008: Scrapbook – “Jennie Hill Luton” by Gladys Downer. 1870-1878. 2019.1118/009: “Optimist’s Year Book” – belonged to Gladys Downer. 1910-1951. 2019.1118/010: Gladys Downer’s ‘Holy Communion’ book. 1907-1909. 2019.1118/011: “Gold Dust: A Collection of Golden Counsels” – belonged to Gladys Downer. 1909? 2019.1118/012: Havergal College Magazine. Notes the awards and accomplishments of students. 1908-1910. 2019.1118/013: “Tennyson’s Poetical Works” – Awarded to Gladys Downer. 1907-1908. 2019.1118/014: “Great Books as Life-Teachers” – Awarded to Gladys Downer. 190-? 2019.1118/015: Miscellaneous Certificates and Materials – Report Card, Membership Cards and Passes, First Aid Certificate, etc. 1906-1983. 2019.1118/016: Oversized Photograph of Gladys Dorothy Downer. 1 photographic print. 190-?
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20191118
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Lethbridge Musical Theatre fonds

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Date Range
1964 - 2020
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20201012
Physical Description
52 cm of textual records; 899 photographs
Scope and Content
2020.1012/001: Scrapbook Album. 24 photographic prints. 1967-1970. 2020.1012/002: Dave Mabell Article on Southern Alberta Entertainment. 1990. 2020.1012/003: Theatre Programs: 1. 1964-1965. 2020.1012/004: Cast and Crew Photographs. 42 photographs. 201-? 2020.1012/005: Theatre Programs: 2. 1 pho…
Date Range
1964 - 2020
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Lethbridge Musical Theatre
Physical Description
52 cm of textual records; 899 photographs
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Musical Theatre grew out of a series of concerts started in 1962 by the Lethbridge Symphony Association. 'Review 62' (later 'Southern Showcase') was a variety show that featured popular music by the symphony orchestra and chorus, as well as performances by other groups and soloists from southern Alberta. The success of the performances sparked discussion about the possibility of staging Broadway musicals, and Lethbridge Musical Theatre (LMT) was formed as an adjunct to the Lethbridge Symphony Association. The association continued until 1968, when LMT became an independent organization. Founders of LMT included Albert Rodnunsky, Dick Mells, Gordon Moir, Douglas Card and Ross Whitmore. In the early years of the organization, three people stand out for their creative talents and leadership of LMT: Muriel Jolliffe (choreographer), Dick Mells (producer and director) and Albert Rodnunsky (musical director). Local amateur talent was occasionally supplemented by professional performers brought in for specific shows. In the early years, most of the musicians who accompanied the performances were members of the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra. After 1968 however, when LMT became an independent group, more and more of the musicians were recruited from local school band instructors and the students who played in those bands. The Lethbridge Musical Theatre has been a theatre company for the last 50 years. The company has put on yearly shows and other smaller productions since the inception, and they perform mainly at the Yates Memorial Centre.
Scope and Content
2020.1012/001: Scrapbook Album. 24 photographic prints. 1967-1970. 2020.1012/002: Dave Mabell Article on Southern Alberta Entertainment. 1990. 2020.1012/003: Theatre Programs: 1. 1964-1965. 2020.1012/004: Cast and Crew Photographs. 42 photographs. 201-? 2020.1012/005: Theatre Programs: 2. 1 photographic print. 1966-1986. 2020.1012/006: Herald Articles on LMT Productions. 1971-1984. 2020.1012/007: Theatre Programs: 3. 1976-2002. 2020.1012/008: Theatre Programs: 4. 1982-2011. 2020.1012/009: Theatre Programs: 5. 1991-2007. 2020.1012/010: Theatre Programs: 6. 1983-2014. 2020.1012/011: Theatre Programs: 7. 2005-2012. 2020.1012/012: Photographs from ‘The Sound of Music,’ and other Productions: 1. 10 photographic prints. 1987. 2020.1012/013: More Staff, Crew and Cast Photographs: 1. 66 photographic prints. 1981-1984. 2020.1012/014: ‘Big River’ Photographs. 87 photographic prints. 1984-2009. 2020.1012/015: More Staff, Crew and Cast Photographs: 2. 8 photographic prints. 2007-2008. 2020.1012/016: ‘Product Crew’ Photographs. More photographs of LMT production crew members. 10 photographic prints. 198-? 2020.1012/017: Various Theatre Photos from ‘Nunsense,’ ‘Oliver Twist,’ and others. 92 photographic prints. 1996-1997. 2020.1012/018: Photos from “Mame”. 15 photographic prints. 1973. 2020.1012/019: Scrapbook or Photos from Awards Shows and Theatre Shows. 36 photographic prints. 197-? 2020.1012/020: Photographic prints from ‘The Sound of Music,’ and other Productions: 2. 28 photographic prints. 2010. 2020.1012/021: Miscellaneous Photos and Notes. 7 photographic prints. 1984-2009. 2020.1012/022: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: A’s. 26 photographic prints of staff members. 198-? 2020.1012/023: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: B’s. 15 photographic prints of staff members. 198-? 2020.1012/024: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: C’s. 14 photographic prints of staff members. 1986. 2020.1012/025: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: D’s. 16 photographic prints of staff members. 1986. 2020.1012/026: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: E’s. 6 photographic prints of staff members. 198-? 2020.1012/027: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: F’s. 38 photographic prints of staff members. 1987. 2020.1012/028: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: G’s. 34 photographic prints of staff members. 1986-2007. 2020.1012/029: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: H’s. 15 photographic prints of staff members. 198-? 2020.1012/030: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: I’s. 1 photographic print of ‘Colleen Irwin’. 199-? 2020.1012/031: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: J’s. 20 photographic prints of staff members. 2006-2009. 2020.1012/032: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: K’s. 21 photographic prints of staff members. 1986. 2020.1012/033: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: L’s. 34 photographic prints of staff members. 1986. 2020.1012/034: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: M’s. 48 photographic prints of staff members. 1986-1987. 2020.1012/035: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: O’s. 3 photographic prints of staff members. 198-? 2020.1012/036: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: P’s. 32 photographic prints of staff members. 1986. 2020.1012/037: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: Q’s. 1 photographic print of ‘Brian Quinn’. 198-? 2020.1012/038: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: R’s. 19 photographic prints of staff members. 1981-1986. 2020.1012/039: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: S’s. 48 photographic prints of staff members. 1986-1997. 2020.1012/040: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: T’s. 8 photographic prints of staff members. 1986. 2020.1012/041: LMT Staff – Alphabetical Order: W’s. 18 photographic prints of staff members. 1998-2008. 2020.1012/042: LMT Scrapbook Materials. 56 photographic prints. 1985-1988. 2020.1012/043: 2008: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2000?-2008. 2020.1012/044: Advertising: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2006-2008. 2020.1012/045: Banquet: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2006-2008. 2020.1012/046: Bios: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2006-2007. 2020.1012/047: Board info: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2007? 2020.1012/048: Budget: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2006-2008. 2020.1012/049: Contracts: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2001-2008. 2020.1012/050: Forms: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2006-2008. 2020.1012/051: Grant Application: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2006-2008. 2020.1012/052: Grease: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2006-2008. 2020.1012/053: Invoicing: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2002-2008. 2020.1012/054: Joseph: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2000?-2008. 2020.1012/055: Minutes: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2005-2008. 2020.1012/056: Society Act: CD ‘LMT Back Up’ Files. 2006-2007. 2020.1012/057: More Files from CD ‘LMT Back Up’. 2000-2020? 2020.1012/058: LMT DVD’s of Performances. 2012-1014.
Accession No.
20201012
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Date Range
1959
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
201810351291
Physical Description
Color photographic slide
Scope and Content
Sign
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Date Range
1959
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Color photographic slide
History / Biographical
William Hasulak was a resident of Lethbridge all his life. He worked for Eaton's and retired in 1987. His passion was the outdoors and animals. He served in the Royal Canadian Air Force in World War II. He did much travelling throughout his life taking picutres of the places he'd visited in Canada, and the United States. His hobbies included photography, collecting musical records and stamps. He passed away in 1990.
Scope and Content
Sign
Accession No.
201810351291
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1959
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
201810351291
Physical Description
Color photographic slide
Scope and Content
Sign
  1 image  
Date Range
1959
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Color photographic slide
History / Biographical
William Hasulak was a resident of Lethbridge all his life. He worked for Eaton's and retired in 1987. His passion was the outdoors and animals. He served in the Royal Canadian Air Force in World War II. He did much travelling throughout his life taking picutres of the places he'd visited in Canada, and the United States. His hobbies included photography, collecting musical records and stamps. He passed away in 1990.
Scope and Content
Sign
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201810351291
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
1960
Description Level
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Accession No.
201810351292
Physical Description
Color photographic slide
Scope and Content
Temple (exterior) - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Cardston Alberta
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Date Range
1960
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Color photographic slide
History / Biographical
William Hasulak was a resident of Lethbridge all his life. He worked for Eaton's and retired in 1987. His passion was the outdoors and animals. He served in the Royal Canadian Air Force in World War II. He did much travelling throughout his life taking picutres of the places he'd visited in Canada, and the United States. His hobbies included photography, collecting musical records and stamps. He passed away in 1990.
Scope and Content
Temple (exterior) - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Cardston Alberta
Accession No.
201810351292
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