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Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
IRON, LEATHER, STEEL
Catalogue Number
P20160020000
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Materials
IRON, LEATHER, STEEL
No. Pieces
2
Length
15.5
Width
9.1
Diameter
12.2
Description
METAL COW BELL WITH LEATHER STRAP. BELL IS MADE UP OF 2 PIECES OF METAL FUSED TOGETHER AT SIDES WITH TWO NAILS IN EACH SEAM. TOP IS FOLDED TOGETHER WITH THE ENDS FUSED DOWN THE SIDE IN A TRIANGULAR FOLD. FRONT AND BACK OF BELL ARE RELATIVELY FLAT, COMING OUT SLIGHTLY AT EDGE. WELDING OF BELL IS CRUDE. INSIDE OF THE BELL IS THE CLAPPER WITH A BALL END THAT IS 10.5 CM IN CIRCUMFERENCE. BALL IS ATTACHED TO A ROD THAT IS HOOKED TO THE LOOP INSIDE THE TOP OF BELL. FLAT METAL LOOP AT TOP OF BELL ATTACHING THE BELL TO LEATHER STRAP THAT IS 109.4 CM IN LENGTH AND 2.4 CM IN WIDTH. 9 HOLES PUNCHED IN LEATHER FOR STRAP ADJUSTMENT WITH THE BUCKLE GOING THROUGH THE 10TH HOLE PUNCH. STANDARD METAL BUCKLE WITH LEATHER BELT LOOP FOR THE EXCESS LENGTH OF STRAP. FAIR CONDITION: METAL SEVERELY RUSTED IN COLOUR. AT ONE SEAM NEAR THE BASE, THE METAL HAS OXIDIZED TO A GREEN COLOUR. INSIDE OF BELL METAL SURFACE HAS LOST SHINE AND IS RUSTY. STRAP IS SEVERELY WORN AND HAS SCRATCHES AND LOSS OF FINISH OVERALL. END OF THE STRAP OPPOSITE OF BUCKLE IS TORN OFF.
Subjects
ANIMAL HUSBANDRY T&E
Historical Association
AGRICULTURE
History
ON 14 JULY, 2016, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN INTERVIEWED THE DONOR, ELLENNOR PORTER, AND HER DAUGHTER, KAREN PORTER AT THE GALT MUSEUM. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION COMES FROM THAT INTERVIEW. ELLENNOR’S HUSBAND WAS ROBERT MICHAEL “MICK” PORTER. HE FOUND THE BELL AS ELLENNOR REMEMBERS, “[I REMEMBER] HIM BRINGING IT IN THE HOUSE… I DON’T KNOW JUST HOW LONG AGO… [AND SAYING], ‘LOOK WHAT I GOT.’ THEN IT JUST EVERYONE WAS SAYING, ‘WOW,’ AND PLAYING AROUND WITH IT… [AFTER THAT] IT WAS PUT IN THE BASEMENT WITH THE REST OF THE THINGS.” KAREN AND ELLENNOR BELIEVE THE BELL WOULD HAVE BEEN FOUND BY MICK IN THE 1950S OR THE 1960S. ELLENNOR CONTINUED, “[HE FOUND IT ON] THE RANCH. HE WAS OUT VISITING HIS RELATIVES OUT THERE. HE HAD AUNTS AND UNCLES ON THE BURN RANCH. HE’S PROBABLY JUST RE-VISITING THEIR PLACE THAT HAD BEEN SOLD, SO MAYBE IT CAME FROM PINCHER CREEK. IN THAT AREA ANYWAY, LUNDBRECK OR PINCHER CREEK.” “DAD WOULD GO UP SOMETIMES BY HIMSELF,” KAREN ADDED, “I DON’T THINK ANY OF US WERE WITH HIM WHEN HE CAME HOME WITH THAT. I THINK WE WERE AT HOME WHEN HE BROUGHT IT TO THE HOUSE… IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE THAT HIS FATHER AND MOTHER HAD [THE BELL] AT THEIR HOUSE AND GAVE IT TO HIM. THEY WERE FARMERS AT THE WALDRON RANCH – NOW THE WALDRON RANCH – [BUT IT] WAS THE PORTER RANCH. THEN HAD A HOUSE IN PINCHER CREEK, SO THERE IS A POSSIBILITY THAT’S ALSO WHERE HE WOULD HAVE GOTTEN IT.” THINKING BACK TO HER HUSBAND’S DAYS IN THE AREA, ELLENNOR EXPLAINED, “[MICK’S] DAD WAS AT THE PORTER/WALDRON RANCH. IT WAS JUST THE PORTER RANCH AND AFTER HE MOVED TO PINCHER, HE SOLD LIKE HIS INTEREST PART OF IT TO WALDRON, SO IT [BECAME] A PARTNERSHIP… THE WALDRON RANCH IS NEAR BLACK MOUNTAIN ON THAT ROAD, TOWARDS THE BAR-U RANCH.” WHEN ASKED ABOUT THE BELL, ELLENNOR SAID, “[THIS BELL] BRINGS BACK MEMORIES FROM WAY BACK WHEN WE USED TO LOOK FOR CATTLE BACK IN THE BUSH, AND I IMAGINE THAT’S WHAT MY HUSBAND MUST HAVE THOUGHT TOO… [IT WOULD BE] A REMEMBRANCE FROM HIS CHILDHOOD. THEY PROBABLY HAD TO BRING IN THE OLD MILK COW AND SHE WOULD BE WEARING THE BELL. THAT’S WHAT THEY DID. THEY PUT IT ON THE BIG MILK COW, SO THAT WHEN THEY WANTED THEM TO COME IN TO MILK THEY COULD FIND THEM. SOMETIMES THEY’D GO HIDE IN THE BUSH, SO THEY KEPT THE BELL ON THEM SO THEY COULD KEEP TRACK OF WHERE THEY WERE AT.” ELLENNOR FURTHER EXPLAINED, “I HAD NO CONNECTION WITH THAT BELL. WE HAD NO CATTLE. WE WERE GRAIN FARMERS.” KAREN ADDED, “MUM AND DAD ON HAD WHEAT FARMING ON [THE K-LAZY-A-RANCH] THERE WERE CATTLE THERE, BUT MUM DOESN’T REMEMBER THERE BEING CATTLE WITH BELLS ON. THEY WERE IN THE FARM YARD… THERE WERE HARDLY ANY TREES. THAT WAS THE RANCH ORIGINALLY AND LATER BECAME A WHEAT FARM. IF THEY KEPT IT AS A RANCH WITH CATTLE AND HORSES, THAT MEANT THEY COULD NEVER EVER LEAVE AND IT WAS PRETTY ISOLATED, SO OVER THE YEARS DAD TALKED THE OWNER INTO LETTING HIM COVERT IT TO WHEAT.” “THERE WAS NO BUSH [THERE FOR THE COWS] TO HIDE IN. SO NO NEED FOR A BELL!” ELLENNOR REMEMBERED. THE DONOR AND HER DAUGHTER REMEMBERED HOW MICK VALUED OBJECTS AND MEMORIES. “HIS EYES WOULD LIGHT UP [AND HE WOULD SAY], ‘LOOK WHAT WE HAVE HERE,’ [WHEN HE SAW SOMETHING ATTACHED TO A MEMORY]. HE HAD ALL KINDS OF MEMORIES OF HIS GROWING UP. SOME WERE NOT TOO HAPPY, SOME WERE VERY HAPPY, BUT HE ALWAYS REALLY LOVED COWS. IT DIDN’T MATTER WHERE WE WENT TRAVELLING IN THE WORLD…” “[HE ALWAYS] STOPPED AND TOOK SOME PICTURES. ‘OH LOOK AT THE COWS!’ HE’D SAY,” ELLENNOR JUMPED IN, COMPLETING HER DAUGHTER’S SENTENCE. “DAD TOOK THOUSANDS OF PICTURES OF COWS. FOR HIM THERE WAS A REAL CORRELATION,” KAREN FINISHED. “[THE BELL IS A TREASURE] BECAUSE IT HAS BEEN IN OUR HOME FOR SUCH A LONG TIME. WHEN DAD BROUGHT IT HOME, IN HIS PERSPECTIVE, HE WOULD HAVE THE SAME KIND OF MEMORIES MY MUM DOES OF HEARING THE COWS…I CAN REMEMBER THEM WHEN I WAS LITTLE ON THE FARM OUT BY SKIFF HEARING COW BELLS OR BEING OUT AT MY GRANDMOTHER’S FARM BY OLDS HEARING COW BELLS… [THIS BRINGS] THE MEMORY OF DAD BEING EXCITED ABOUT [THE BELL] AND TRYING TO WAKE US UP IN THE MORNING RINGING IT, IF WE WERE SLEEPING IN TOO LONG. THAT’S MORE THE MEMORY FOR US… [BUT] I WAS NEVER ON THE RANCH WHEN MY DAD WOULD HAVE FOUND [THIS SPECIFIC] BELL, SO THOSE MEMORIES AREN’T MY MEMORIES, THEY’RE MORE HIS MEMORIES. HE ALWAYS TREASURED IT, HE ALWAYS WANTED IT KEPT AND WE’D LIKE TO HONOUR THAT,” KAREN ADDED. NOTES FROM AN 2008 INTERVIEW WITH MICKEY AND ELEANOR PORTER STATE THE DONOR’S FATHER-IN-LAW, GEORGE ENGLISH PORTER, WAS BORN 1878 IN ORILLIA, ONTARIO AND DIED ON MARCH 16, 1959. HE CAME WEST FROM ONTARIO IN 1896 AT THE AGE OF SEVENTEEN. GEORGE PORTER’S FAMILY SETTLED 30 MILES NORTH OF LUNDBRECK, ON THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. THE FAMILY SETTLED ON THE BLACK MOUNTAIN RANCH. GEORGE WAS ONE OF FOURTEEN CHILDREN IN THE FAMILY. HER MOTHER-IN-LAW WAS BORN IN EASTERN CANADA BEFORE MOVING TO OREGON. SHE IMMIGRATED TO CANADA WHEN SHE WAS8 YEARS OLD AND WAS RAISED ON THE BURN RANCH NORTH OF LUNDBRECK, ALBERTA. THE NOTES FURTHER STATE THE DONOR, ELLENNOR PORTER, WAS BORN IN 1922. THE OBITUARY FOR ROBERT MICHAEL “MICK” PORTER READS MICK WAS BORN ON MAY 23, 1921 IN COWLEY, ALBERTA. HE ATTENDED SCHOOL IN COWLEY AND GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL FROM ST. MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC SCHOOL IN PINCHER CREEK. HE JOINED THE RCAF DURING WWII AND UPON AN HONOURABLE DISCHARGE AFTER A HIP INJURY, HE WORKED AS A GRAIN BUYER. HE MARRIED ELLENNOR CHRISTOFFERSEN IN OLDS, ALBERTA. LATER, HE WORKED FOR THE MCINTYRE RANCH FOR 5 YEARS. IN 1953, HE BEGAN FARMING IN THE SKIFF AREA AND RETIRED IN 1984. MICK AND ELLENNOR HAD FIVE CHILDREN: LAWNA ROBART, MICHAEL, RONALD, KAREN PORTER, AND CHRISTOPHER, WHO PASSED AWAY AS AN INFANT. MICK PASSED AWAY IN LETHBRIDGE ON SEPTEMBER 27, 2012 AT THE AGE OF 91 YEARS. AS HISTORY OF THE WALROND CATTLE RANCHE LTD. WAS PUBLISHED IN THE “CANADIAN CATTLEMEN” PUBLICATION IN MARCH OF 1946. IT STATES THE RANCH “COMPRISED ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND SITUATED IN SOUTH-WESTERN ALBERTA. IT WAS SITUATED IN A VALLEY EXTENDING BETWEEN THE PORCUPINE HILLS AND OLD MAN RIVER FOR ABOUT 30 MILES NORTH AND SOUTH AND VARYING FROM THREE TO FIVE MILES IN WIDTH.” THE HISTORY STATES THE WALROND CATTLE RANCHE WAS FORMED IN 1883 BY SIR JOHN WALROND WALROND OF BARONET AND LORD CLINTON OF LONDON – BOTH MEN OF ENGLAND. ON JUNE 26TH, 1884, QUEEN VICTORIA GRANTED THE RANCH AN INDENTURE OF LEASE TO SIR WALROND, BARONET. (THE TEXT OF THAT LEASE AGREEMENT WAS PRODUCED AS PART OF THE CATTLEMEN PUBLICATION AND IS ATTACHED TO THE ARTIFACT’S PERMANENT RECORD.) ACCORDING TO THE ARTICLE, THE FIRST PURCHASE OF CATTLE WAS IN 1883 – 3,125 HEAD FOR $100,000. IN 1897, THE COMPANY WAS INCORPORATED UNDER THE CANADIAN JOINT STOCK COMPANIES ACT, MOVING ITS HEAD OFFICE FROM LONDON, ENGLAND. DUNCAN MCEACHRAN WAS APPOINTED PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER OF THE RANCH AND DAVID WARNOCK FROM GLASGOW BECAME THE LOCAL MANAGER. AT THE TIME OF THIS TRANSITION, IT IS BELIEVED THE RANCH HAD GROWN TO 12,311, THOUGH THIS WAS A MERE ESTIMATE. MCEACHRAN WAS INVOLVED WITH THE COMPANY FROM ITS BEGINNING IN 1883, WHEN HE STARTED AS THE GENERAL MANAGER. HIS LEADERSHIP GOT THE COMPANY THROUGH “PERIODS OF DEPRESSED CONDITION.” AFTER A HARSH WINTER IN 1906-1907, THE RANCH LOST APPROXIMATELY 5,000 HEAD OF CATTLE DUE TO SEVERE TEMPERATURE CHANGES. AFTER THIS, IN THE SUMMER OF 1908, THE RANCHE “DISPOSED OF ALL ITS CATTLE TO PAT BURNS. FOLLOWING THE SALE, THE LAND OF THE WALDRON RANCHE, EXCLUDING 1,000 ACRES WAS LEASED FIRST TO W. R. HULL, THEN TO PAT BURNS. C. W. BUCHANAN WAS APPOINTED THE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER OF THE RANCHE THAT IN 1923. MCEACHRAN PASSED AWAY IN OCTOBER 1924. ANOTHER HISTORY ON THE RANCHE WAS FOUND BY MUSEUM RESEARCHERS IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD. PUBLISHED ON 1 MAY 1954, THE ARTICLE READS, “AT ONE TIME THE WALROND LEASE CONSISTED OF BETWEEN 300,000 TO 400,000 ACRES OF LAND, EXTENDING FROM WHAT IS KNOWN AS STOWE TO THE NORTH FORK OF THE OLDMAN RIVER. IN THE NORTH FORK DISTRICT THE LAND WAS DIVIDED INTO FIVE BRANCHES… AT ITS PEAK IN THE SUMMER OF 1906 THE RANCH HAD 20,000 HEAD OF STOCK.” GEORGE PORTER IS LISTED IN THE HISTORY AS ONE OF THE CATTLE MEN EMPLOYED BY THE WALDRON RANCHE FROM 1883 TO 1908. ABOUT HIM, THE ARTICLE STATES, “GEORGE PORTER [WAS] A GOOD STOCKMAN, [WHO] LATER BOUGHT 12 SECTIONS OF THE COMPANY’S FREEHOLD AT ITS NORTHERN END AND ADJOINING LAND ALREADY OWNED BY HIM.” “GEORGE PORTER AND SONS HAVE SOLD THEIR RANCH AND CATTLE TO JOHN FRANCIS MILLER… THE PORTER RANCH IS ABOUT THIRTY MILES NORTH OF LUNDBRECK AND ADJOINS THE 19,000 ACRE WALDRON RANCH WHICH MR. MILLER ALSO OWNS HAVING PURCHASED IT FROM P. BURNS RANCHES LAST FEBRUARY,” THE HISTORY STATES. AN ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN THE 21 AUGUST 1953 LETHBRIDGE HERALD ANNOUNCED, “TWO OF THE LARGEST AND MOST FAMOUS RANCHES IN THE SOUTH-WESTERN ALBERTA FOOTHILLS ARE BEING OFFERED FOR SALE. THEY ARE THE WALROND AND PORTER RANCHERS, NORTH OF LUNDBRECK. THESE PROPERTIES ARE OWNED NOW BY JOHN F. MILLER OF LAS VEGAS, NEVADA… [THEY] HAVE BEEN OPERATED BY MR. MILLER’S SON, WHO TOOK OVER THE JOB SEVERAL YEARS AGO WHEN THE MILLERS BOUGHT THE WALROND FROM THE WALROND RANCHING COMPANY AND THE PORTER RANCH PROPERTY FROM GEORGE PORTER…” THE HISTORY OF GEORGE AND NORA PORTER (NEE BURN)’S MARRIAGE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ON JUNE 26, 1954 FOR THEIR 50TH ANNIVERSARY. THE COUPLE WERE MARRIED AT THE BURN RANCH IN JUNE 21 1904. THE COUPLE’S FOURTEEN CHILDREN WERE: MARJORIE ANDERSON, NORMAN PORTER, PHYLLIS ROBBINS, KATHLEEN HAMILTON, WINNIFRED BONERTZ, SANDY PORTER, EILEEN IRONMONGER, JEAN ALCOCK, JOSEPHINE ROBINSON, LILLIAN CHRISTIANSON, ISOBEL SINNOT, MICHAEL PORTER, LAWRENCE PORTER, AND CONNIE PORTER. PLEASE SEE PERMANENT RECORD P20080020001 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE PORTER AND BURN FAMILIES.
Catalogue Number
P20160020000
Acquisition Date
2016-07
Collection
Museum
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Ladies of the Pioneers Pemmican Club

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Date Range
1977-2007
Accession No.
20191030
Scope and Content
2019.1030/001: “Secretary Book” – Administrative Records, including meeting minutes, attendance records, newspaper articles, etc., 1989-2007. 2019.1030/002: Miscellaneous Letters, 2000-2001 2019.1030/003: Audited Financial Statements, Part 1/2, 1995-1999. 2019.1030/004: Audited Financial Stateme…
Date Range
1977-2007
Creator
Ladies of the Pioneers Pemmican Club
History / Biographical
The Ladies of the Pioneers Pemmican Club are a group of women that meet together to socialize and participate in community outreach programs. The Club was established in 1953. To be a member of the Club, women must be from families that lived in Southern Alberta prior to December 31, 1910. The Club meets together on the first Wednesday of the month to socialize. The Ladies of the Pioneers Pemmican Club is a branch off the men’s Pemmican Club. On 12 December 1894 the Old Timers Association was created (the name has changed multiple times over the years). The purpose of the men’s club was to arrange a New Years’ Eve Club and the planning/work of the association was to be done by people who had arrived in southern Alberta prior to 1886. Throughout the years the Pemmican Club has had the purpose: “to encourage fellowship, entertainment and social enjoyment for the members; to collect and preserve the early history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta; and provide assistance to members and their families through difficult times in their lives”. In the same way, the Ladies of the Pioneers Pemmican Club follow a similar guideline for membership, traditions and charity work. The Ladies have worked many volunteer hours at the Chinook Regional Hospital making dolls for sick children and other programs, and have participated in charities throughout Lethbridge. They also donate generously to various organizations in Southern Alberta, such as animal shelters and Meals on Wheels.
Scope and Content
2019.1030/001: “Secretary Book” – Administrative Records, including meeting minutes, attendance records, newspaper articles, etc., 1989-2007. 2019.1030/002: Miscellaneous Letters, 2000-2001 2019.1030/003: Audited Financial Statements, Part 1/2, 1995-1999. 2019.1030/004: Audited Financial Statements and Account Book, Part 2/2, 1977-2001. 2019.1030/005: Event Invitations, 2000. 2019.1030/006: Massed High School Choir Concert and Coalhurst background, 1948.
Accession No.
20191030
Collection
Archive
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Music Theatre Programs and Flyers

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions96022
Date Range
1966-2002
Physical Description
13 cm of textual records
Scope and Content
2019.1068/001: Music Theatre Programs, Part 1/3, 1966-1973. 2019.1068/002: Music Theatre Programs, Part 2/3, 1974-1985. 2019.1068/003: Music Theatre Programs, Part 3/3, 1985-2002.
Date Range
1966-2002
Physical Description
13 cm of textual records
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
2019.1068/001: Music Theatre Programs, Part 1/3, 1966-1973. 2019.1068/002: Music Theatre Programs, Part 2/3, 1974-1985. 2019.1068/003: Music Theatre Programs, Part 3/3, 1985-2002.
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
1991107616324
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
The City of Lethbridge’s new $37,000 “giraffe crane” used by the parks and recreation department in trimming trees and other high level work and by the electrical department for high wiring, changing street lamps and similar jobs. The elbow crane lifted two men up to 55 feet with controls in their …
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
The City of Lethbridge’s new $37,000 “giraffe crane” used by the parks and recreation department in trimming trees and other high level work and by the electrical department for high wiring, changing street lamps and similar jobs. The elbow crane lifted two men up to 55 feet with controls in their two-man bucket. One of the first jobs for the new machine was to trim trees in Henderson Lake Park.
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1991107616324
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Archive
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Date Range
March 16, 1971
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Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
1991107616325
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Jack Hutchinson of Warner, accepts the award for grand champion sow from George Jarakoski, Lethbridge, at the first annual Lethbridge Spring Swine Show and Sale. Mr. Hutchinson’s purebred Yorkshire sow, Hutch’s Trend Lass 122B, was born Feb. 28, 1970. Mr. Hutchinson also took the reserve champion p…
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Jack Hutchinson of Warner, accepts the award for grand champion sow from George Jarakoski, Lethbridge, at the first annual Lethbridge Spring Swine Show and Sale. Mr. Hutchinson’s purebred Yorkshire sow, Hutch’s Trend Lass 122B, was born Feb. 28, 1970. Mr. Hutchinson also took the reserve champion purebred sow award. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Weert of Olds received the award for grand champion boar at the same. Van Weert’s purebred Yorkshire boar, Weets Marshall 101B was born May 5, 1970. The reserve champion board award went to Blue Spruce Stock Farms Ltd. Of Duchess with a purebred Landrace, Sanders Dromus 630B. There were nearly 30 purebred animals in the show and included Yorkshire, Landrace and Poland Chinas. Judge for the show was Stan Price of Acme. Mr. Jarakoski was in charge of the swine show.
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1991107616325
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Archive
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Date Range
March 12, 1971
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Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
1991107616326
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Litter of 12 puppies. No other information provided.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 12, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Litter of 12 puppies. No other information provided.
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Accession No.
1991107616326
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Archive
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Date Range
March 12, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616327
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Litter of 12 puppies. No other information provided.
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 12, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Litter of 12 puppies. No other information provided.
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Accession No.
1991107616327
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Archive
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Date Range
March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616328
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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Accession No.
1991107616328
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Archive
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Date Range
March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616329
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616329
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Archive
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Date Range
March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616330
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616330
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March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616331
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616331
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Date Range
March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616332
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
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Date Range
March 16, 1971
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The Lethbridge Herald
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Black and white negative
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Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616332
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March 16, 1971
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1991107616333
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Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
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Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
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Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616333
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March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616334
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616334
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March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616335
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616335
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Date Range
March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616336
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616336
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March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616337
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616337
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March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616338
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616338
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March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616339
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616339
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March 16, 1971
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Accession No.
1991107616340
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bett…
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
March 16, 1971
Description Level
Item
Creator
The Lethbridge Herald
Physical Description
Black and white negative
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Beta Sigma Phi fashion show, an annual event for the sorority which typically featured not only women’s wear but men’s wear as well. The event was held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Models for the show were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Eileen Matteotti, Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Betty Dorren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rutten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Calder, Mike Sutherland and Wally Lamont. Co-conveners from the society were Pat Hopper and Joan Erdman.
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1991107616340
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Archive
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