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Alan Schallhorn Photographs of Lethbridge.

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Date Range
1970-1995
Description Level
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Accession No.
20191113
Physical Description
77 colour photographic prints.
Scope and Content
Colour photographs of the downtown area of Lethbridge and some parks. Two photographs of the river at Great Falls, Montana are included.
Date Range
1970-1995
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
77 colour photographic prints.
Scope and Content
Colour photographs of the downtown area of Lethbridge and some parks. Two photographs of the river at Great Falls, Montana are included.
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20191113
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Captain Annie Hurst - Salvation Army

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Date Range
1989
Description Level
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Accession No.
20191083135
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Captain Annie Hurst of the Salvation Army. On the back, it reads: "Captain Annie Hurst 1898".
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Date Range
1989
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Captain Annie Hurst of the Salvation Army. On the back, it reads: "Captain Annie Hurst 1898".
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20191083135
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Date Range
ca.1980
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20191083141
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Mountain View Cemetery, ca.1980.
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Date Range
ca.1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Mountain View Cemetery, ca.1980.
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20191083141
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Dr. Menno Boldt: Papers on Suicide Prevention

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Date Range
1973-2000
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20191004
Physical Description
0.25 m of textual records
Scope and Content
2019.1004/001: Correspondence, Meeting Minutes for the Task Force, Task Force Agendas and Reports Part 1/2, 1973-1977. 2019.1004/002: Correspondence, Meeting Minutes for the Task Force, Task Force Agendas and Reports Part 2/2, 1976-1977. 2019.1004/003: Newspaper Articles re: Task Force, 1973-1981. …
Date Range
1973-2000
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Menno Boldt
Physical Description
0.25 m of textual records
History / Biographical
Dr. Menno Boldt (d. January 4, 2019) was a faculty member of the University of Lethbridge, Department of Sociology, specializing in suicide prevention. He work on the topic of suicide, particularly in the Southern Alberta region, fueled Dr. Boldt to actively pursue awareness, preventative, and rehabilitation options for individuals throughout Alberta. This passion for better treatment, care, compassion, and understanding from the Alberta Government and general population led Dr. Boldt to become involved in multiple organizations and committees throughout his life. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, following the work of Dr. Boldt (specifically, the Boldt Report), Lethbridge became a leader in the research and implementation of comprehensive and innovative suicide prevention programs and services in Alberta, which had national and international significance. As an academic, he used his influence as part of the University of Lethbridge faculty to gain public and private funding for the implementation of various suicide prevention and awareness organizations and facilities. Throughout his career, Dr. Boldt collaborated with multiple organizations such as The Just Group on the Alberta Suicide Prevention History Project, the Task Force on Suicide which was founded by multiple community members including Dr. Boldt in 1976, and many other groups and individuals. Dr. Boldt was dedicated to the prevention and awareness of suicide among individuals, and how it affects the greater Alberta population.
Scope and Content
2019.1004/001: Correspondence, Meeting Minutes for the Task Force, Task Force Agendas and Reports Part 1/2, 1973-1977. 2019.1004/002: Correspondence, Meeting Minutes for the Task Force, Task Force Agendas and Reports Part 2/2, 1976-1977. 2019.1004/003: Newspaper Articles re: Task Force, 1973-1981. 2019.1004/004: Dr. Menno Boldt Sole and Collaborative Papers re: Suicide, 1980-2000. 2019.1004/005: Handwritten Notes and Public Outreach pamphlets, 1976-1983. 2019.1004/006: Miscellaneous Correspondence and replies- Menno Boldt, 1976-1987. 2019.1004/007: Media Reports on Suicide Prevention Newspaper and Magazine Articles, 1975-1993. 2019.1004/008: Canadian Suicide Prevention Foundation Founding records, Correspondence, 1983-1987. 2019.1004/009: Public Presentation on Suicide, 1975-1983. 2019.1004/010: Notes and Ideas on Suicide Prevention Outline for Book References, Tentative Outline for a Book Draft, 1984. 2019.1004/011: Papers Presented at Various Seminars and Symposiums, 1976-1986. 2019.1004/012: Alberta Model-Towards the Development of a Systematic Approach to Suicide Prevention, History of Development, New Concept papers and Notes, 1984. 2019.1004/013: Consultation Correspondences, includes correspondences with the Attorney General, University of Manitoba, University of Lethbridge, ICSPNC, etc., 1976-1993. 2019.1004/014: Steering Committee Correspondences, Notes, Job Descriptions, and Resignation Letter, 1976-1978. 2019.1004/015: Suicide Prevention Provincial Advisory Committee (SPPAC) Correspondence, Ministerial Order, Budgets, and Newspaper Articles, 1980-1985. 2019.1004/016: Research Data/Papers re: Native Despair, Self-Destructive Behavior and Suicides Part 1/2, Case Studies, Emma Warrior class paper, 198-? 2019.1004/017: Research Data/Papers re: Native Despair, Self-Destructive Behavior and Suicides Part 2/2, Handwritten Notes, 1976-1986. 2019.1004/018: Reports of Task Force on Highway Accidents and Suicides Years 1 and 2, 1975-1976.
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20191004
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City of Lethbridge Development Documents.

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Date Range
1976-1987
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20181100
Physical Description
3.5 cm textual materials. 1 map
Scope and Content
Published items (brochures, reports, newsletters) related to City of Lethbridge development projects including railway relocation, the Centresite Project, and the Ridgewood and London Road neighborhoods. One map: City of Lethbridge. Railway Relocation Study. Redevelopment Lands. 1980.
Date Range
1976-1987
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
3.5 cm textual materials. 1 map
Scope and Content
Published items (brochures, reports, newsletters) related to City of Lethbridge development projects including railway relocation, the Centresite Project, and the Ridgewood and London Road neighborhoods. One map: City of Lethbridge. Railway Relocation Study. Redevelopment Lands. 1980.
Accession No.
20181100
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Date Range
1975-1980
Description Level
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Accession No.
20201001
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Photograph of Dr. Gerry Probe, approximately 40 years of age. The Dr. Gerald B. Probe Elementary School in Lethbridge is named in his honour. Gerald B. Probe, Ph. D. (1936 - 1989), was an outstanding educator who provided leadership in Lethbridge School District No. 51 for almost two decades. Ger…
Date Range
1975-1980
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Photograph of Dr. Gerry Probe, approximately 40 years of age. The Dr. Gerald B. Probe Elementary School in Lethbridge is named in his honour. Gerald B. Probe, Ph. D. (1936 - 1989), was an outstanding educator who provided leadership in Lethbridge School District No. 51 for almost two decades. Gerry began his career in Regina before coming to Lethbridge School District No. 51 in 1970 as Director of Personnel. Dr. Probe was subsequently appointed Associate Superintendent of Personnel and Facilities Planning, and served one year (1987-88) as Acting Superintendent. Dr. Probe played a major role in directing public education in Lethbridge. He was responsible for all aspects of staffing and had significant involvement in the planning and construction of new facilities. His main impact, however, came from the consideration and support he provided for the many individuals who comprise Lethbridge School District No. 51. The term "people person" could well have been derived from Gerry's life. Gerry Probe was committed to providing the best possible educational opportunities for children. His dedication had a major impact on the quality of education in our city. (Biography from the Probe School website: "https://gpro.lethsd.ab.ca/about", downloaded January 9, 2020.
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20201001
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Bert Knibbs - Maple Leaf Hockey

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Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083052
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Bert Knibbs shows his medals from his hockey career.
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Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Bert Knibbs shows his medals from his hockey career.
Accession No.
20191083052
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Lethbridge "Y" Aces - Basketball Champions

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Date Range
1930-1982
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083056
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Lethbridge "Y" Aces Alberta Senior Basketball Champions 1930. Back row (L. to R.): Bud McKillop, Hod Seamans (Mgr. & Coach), Bobby Dunlop, Geo. Young. Middle row (L to R): Scott Sinclair, Cliff Mitchell, Ted Radley, Stan Howard. Bottom: Tom Green.
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Date Range
1930-1982
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge "Y" Aces Alberta Senior Basketball Champions 1930. Back row (L. to R.): Bud McKillop, Hod Seamans (Mgr. & Coach), Bobby Dunlop, Geo. Young. Middle row (L to R): Scott Sinclair, Cliff Mitchell, Ted Radley, Stan Howard. Bottom: Tom Green.
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20191083056
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Sundown Hank Markus - chuckwagons

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Date Range
ca.1982
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083059
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Sundown Hank Markus sits on the edge of a rodeo arena, watching the event.
  1 image  
Date Range
ca.1982
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Sundown Hank Markus sits on the edge of a rodeo arena, watching the event.
Accession No.
20191083059
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Myrna McQuarrie - curling champion

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Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083061
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Myrna McQuarrie, Canadian Curling Champion.
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Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Myrna McQuarrie, Canadian Curling Champion.
Accession No.
20191083061
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Date Range
1981
Description Level
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Accession No.
20191083063
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Joe Meli, judo, Part 2/2.
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Date Range
1981
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Joe Meli, judo, Part 2/2.
Accession No.
20191083063
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Perry Mirkovich - U of L Basketball

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Date Range
ca.1981
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083065
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Perry Mirkovich, basketball player for the University of Lethbridge.
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Date Range
ca.1981
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Perry Mirkovich, basketball player for the University of Lethbridge.
Accession No.
20191083065
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Date Range
ca.1980
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Accession No.
20191083066
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Enid Pepper, golfer.
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Date Range
ca.1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Enid Pepper, golfer.
Accession No.
20191083066
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Date Range
ca.1983
Description Level
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Accession No.
20191083069
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Marie Popson, archer. On the back of the photographic print, the caption reads: "Marie Popson archer (also one of Anderson S.sters)".
  1 image  
Date Range
ca.1983
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Marie Popson, archer. On the back of the photographic print, the caption reads: "Marie Popson archer (also one of Anderson S.sters)".
Accession No.
20191083069
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Whitey Rimstad - Maple Leaf Hockey

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Date Range
1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083071
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Whitey Rimstad, hockey player.
  1 image  
Date Range
1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Whitey Rimstad, hockey player.
Accession No.
20191083071
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George Rodzinyak - Hockey

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Date Range
1982
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083072
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
George Rodzinyak puts on his goalie pads.
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Date Range
1982
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
George Rodzinyak puts on his goalie pads.
Accession No.
20191083072
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Date Range
ca.1981
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Accession No.
20191083074
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Andy Russell, author, signs one of his books.
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Date Range
ca.1981
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Andy Russell, author, signs one of his books.
Accession No.
20191083074
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Peter Shologan - Pro Wrestler

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions96125
Date Range
ca.1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083076
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Peter Schologan, Pro Wrestler.
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Date Range
ca.1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Peter Schologan, Pro Wrestler.
Accession No.
20191083076
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Ray Stevenson - H.S. Basketball Coach

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Date Range
ca.1980
Description Level
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Accession No.
20191083077
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Ray Stevenson - High School Basketball Coach
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Date Range
ca.1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Ray Stevenson - High School Basketball Coach
Accession No.
20191083077
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Date Range
ca.1981
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Accession No.
20191083084
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Al Walton - golf, soccer.
  1 image  
Date Range
ca.1981
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Al Walton - golf, soccer.
Accession No.
20191083084
Collection
Archive
Images
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