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morgue tapes - sports #17

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions91523
Date Range
1984-1985
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111097
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
1. Roy Cunningham - Alberta men’s bowling (5 pin) champion 2. Lethbridge Flying Club - impacts of wind on flying 3. Judo 4. Sports Show: water sports equipment – boats and gliders, bikes and golf 5. Target shooting and reloading guns 6. Legion Baseball: Lakers vs. Miners 7. Wheelchair basketball 8.…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1984-1985
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
1. Roy Cunningham - Alberta men’s bowling (5 pin) champion 2. Lethbridge Flying Club - impacts of wind on flying 3. Judo 4. Sports Show: water sports equipment – boats and gliders, bikes and golf 5. Target shooting and reloading guns 6. Legion Baseball: Lakers vs. Miners 7. Wheelchair basketball 8. Junior boxing 9. Bowling – Lethbridge Open (5-pin) 10. Dirt bike race 11. High school basketball (girls) 12. Junior golf 13. Basketball: University of Lethbridge vs. UBC 14. Lethbridge Broncos: Terry Houlder #27, Rich Wiest #12, Dale Marquette #14, Dan Sceviour #20, Mark Tinordi #2, Drago Adam #33, Todd Sceviour #9, Jim Odland #11, Mike Berger #21, Darcy Kaminski #5, Stuart Sage #3, Jason More #4, Darcy Norton #15, Trent Kaese #8, Gary Ruff #25, Jim Odland #11 15. Harness Racing 16. Body-building (Women’s) 17. Ball hockey 18. Racquetball 19. Drag racing 20. Truck rodeo 21. Indoor soccer game – U of L gym 22. Drag racing 23. Gerry Ward – runner 24. Legion darts - Canadian Championships 25. Bill Stewart works on golf club maintenance 26. Interview with Yosh Senda, Judo coach 27. Interview with Ken Olynyk, UofL basketball coach 28. Southern Alberta Golf tournament 29. High School Baseball Final: LCI vs. Vulcan
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20161111097
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morgue tapes - sports #18

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions91524
Date Range
1987-1988
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111100
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
1. Girls High School basketball (Championships) 2. Broomball Finals 3. Chinook Golf Tourney 4. Sutter Golf Tournament 5. Alta Summer Games '87 6. Alta Slow Pitch Finals (Bow Island) 7. Rodeo - barrel racing, wrengling, steer wrestling 8. Horse racing 9. U of L Pronghorns Soccer (Men’s) 10. Cross Co…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1987-1988
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
1. Girls High School basketball (Championships) 2. Broomball Finals 3. Chinook Golf Tourney 4. Sutter Golf Tournament 5. Alta Summer Games '87 6. Alta Slow Pitch Finals (Bow Island) 7. Rodeo - barrel racing, wrengling, steer wrestling 8. Horse racing 9. U of L Pronghorns Soccer (Men’s) 10. Cross Country Running (warming up) 11. Footage of opposition players (Hurricanes game) - Glen Hawker, Joel Savage, Clayton Young 12. Alberta Special Olympics - news conference 13. Volleyball practice (UofL) 14. Russia vs. Canada (Sportsplex) – Highlights 15. Hurricane individual players – on-ice footage: #6 Paul Epoch, #14 Kevin Heise, #25 Peter Berthelson, #8 Darren Stolk, Greg Leahy, Calvin Wiltshire, #23 Jason Ruff, #22 Rob Krause, #1 Dib Bistien, #16 Bryan Bosch, #5 Casey MacMillan, #27 Terry Black, #4 Mark Kuntz, #28 Mark Bassen, #12 Kelly Ens, #33 Arne Caplan, Coach Blain Galloraith, Coach John Radrac 16. WHL ISOs: Tracey Egeland - Swift Current Broncos forward – originally from Vauxhall; #22 Kevin Yellowage – Moose Jaw Warriors – originally from Lethbridge 17. Boxing: Dewitt vs. Lakusta, Dewitt vs. Bert Cooper 18. Women’s National Basketball: Women’s Pronghorns, University of Calgary vs. University of Manitoba 19. Boys high school basketball: Raymond vs. Cardston – at the Enmax Center 20. Basketball Canada vs. South Korea exhibition game (UofL) 21. Lethbridge Elks baseball tournament (American Legion)
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20161111100
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morgue tapes - sports #16

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions91521
Date Range
1982-1983
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111091
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
1. Soccer: University of Lethbridge vs. University of Victoria 2. High School Football – Catholic Central vs. LCI 3. Basketball: University of Lethbridge 4. Raymond Rodeo 5. Freestyle Skiing 6. Track and Field 7. Whoop Up Downs - no racing 8. Elks baseball - coach's comments 9. Chariot Races Whoop-…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1982-1983
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
1. Soccer: University of Lethbridge vs. University of Victoria 2. High School Football – Catholic Central vs. LCI 3. Basketball: University of Lethbridge 4. Raymond Rodeo 5. Freestyle Skiing 6. Track and Field 7. Whoop Up Downs - no racing 8. Elks baseball - coach's comments 9. Chariot Races Whoop-up days 10. Ice surfing on Park Lake 11. Golfing 12. Local sports awards 13. Junior bowling
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20161111091
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morgue tapes - sports #13

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions91325
Date Range
1982-1983
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111095
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
1. Ladies Curling 2. Badminton doubles (University of Lethbridge) 3. Dan Darrel Interview (football coach) 4. Calgary Stampeders vs. Toronto Argonauts. 5. Paul Bear Bryant announces his retirement as a football coach (Maryland, Texas A&M, Kentucky). 6. International Swimming competitions in Indiana…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1982-1983
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
1. Ladies Curling 2. Badminton doubles (University of Lethbridge) 3. Dan Darrel Interview (football coach) 4. Calgary Stampeders vs. Toronto Argonauts. 5. Paul Bear Bryant announces his retirement as a football coach (Maryland, Texas A&M, Kentucky). 6. International Swimming competitions in Indianapolis. 7. Rob Fritz – Broncos Trainer on treatment and rehabilitation for injuries. 8. Mite Hockey, age 10-12, team from Pincher Creek. 9. Senior A Basketball (University of Lethbridge) 10. Hockey game: the Leafs vs. University of Calgary. 11. Midget hockey (15-17 year olds) 12. Basketball game U of L vs. Lethbridge College. 13. Val Olsiere downhill skiing (CBC) 14. Ladies Curling 15. High school basketball: WCHS vs. Raymond 16. Willie Dewit Fight - boxing 17. Wheelchair basketball 18. Broncos vs. Regina hockey game (WHL) 19. NHL and Stanley cup footage 20. Water Polo 21. Broncos – Doug Kyle profile, Kevin Pylypow profile, Broncos vs. Medicine Hat
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20161111095
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morgue tapes - sports #15

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Date Range
1982-1983
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111096
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
1. Lethbridge Dodgers baseball – training camp. 2. Lethbridge Golf and Country Club – inspection of new back-nine holes. 3. Horse Racing Whoop Up Downs 4. Training horses for racing. 5. Windsurfing on a small lake 6. Car auto salon - obstacle course 7. Soccer – Royals vs. Yorkshire Selects 8. L.A. …
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1982-1983
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
1. Lethbridge Dodgers baseball – training camp. 2. Lethbridge Golf and Country Club – inspection of new back-nine holes. 3. Horse Racing Whoop Up Downs 4. Training horses for racing. 5. Windsurfing on a small lake 6. Car auto salon - obstacle course 7. Soccer – Royals vs. Yorkshire Selects 8. L.A. Nationals car show and races 9. Miss Dodger voting, contestants speaking to the crowd. 10. Lethbridge Dodgers vs. Expos baseball. 11. Rodeo – Writing-on-Stone - teenages: riding, roping, racing, barrel riding, bull riding 12. Lethbridge Miners Baseball vs. Shelby 13. Track and Field: running high jump, javelin, shot put, discus, pole vaulting 14. Preserving wildlife in Wyoming 15. Tennis 16. Lethbridge Dodgers vs. Great Falls Giants baseball 17. Mud Madness - trucks and other motor vehicles driving through thick and dense mud. 18. Lethbridge Dodgers vs. Helena baseball 19. Claresholm Skydiving 20. Jim Peplinkski - Flames vs. Islanders 21. Flag football game 22. Whoop Up Rodeo - horce riding (saddled bronc), roping, racing, barrel riding, bull riding 23. Carl Yastrzemski retires from professional baseball. 24. Saddledome in Calgary 25. Highlights of Ron and Rich Sutter against the Calgary Flames. 26. Antelope - issues with barbwire fence
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Accession No.
20161111096
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Date Range
1982
Material Type
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Accession No.
20161111093
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
1. Rugby 2. San Diego Chicken - the chicken hatching at a baseball game 3. Baseball Bloopers - errors from an assortment of MLB teams 4. Tom Watson Golf footage from ABC sports. 5. Silhouette Rifle Shooting 6. Country Club Expansion and General Golfing 7. Magrath – Elks Golf Tournament 8. Lethbridg…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1982
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
1. Rugby 2. San Diego Chicken - the chicken hatching at a baseball game 3. Baseball Bloopers - errors from an assortment of MLB teams 4. Tom Watson Golf footage from ABC sports. 5. Silhouette Rifle Shooting 6. Country Club Expansion and General Golfing 7. Magrath – Elks Golf Tournament 8. Lethbridge Dodgers vs. Billings baseball (in Lethbridge) 9. Lethbridge Dodgers vs. Idaho A’s baseball (in Lethbridge) 10. Lethbridge Dodgers vs. Great Falls Giants baseball (in Lethbridge) 11. Lethbridge Dodgers vs. Idaho A’s baseball (in Lethbridge) 12. Lethbridge Dodgers vs. Helena Phillies baseball (in Lethbridge) 13. 13 year old Little League Lethbridge vs. Medicine Hat 14. Lethbridge Elks vs. Missoula baseball (American Legion) (in Lethbridge) 15. Lethbridge Elks vs. Claremont baseball. 16. Ladies Slow Pitch 17. San Diego Chicken in Lethbridge. Baseball 18. Southern Alberta Summer Games. Opening ceremonies, tennis, track and field, golf, swimming. Opening of the Southern Alberta Games. Flag bearers walk down a street with RCMP. Balloons released in the air. Parachute comes down and lands on the ground. Clips of the sports: tennis match, high jump, sprints, long distance throwing, long-jump, slow-pitch, golf, swimming, horse riding. 19. Rugby 20. Little League baseball – Norcrest vs. Lakeside 21. Men’s fastball 22. Street Wheelers – Show and Shine Expedition. Car show, assortment of different cars and trucks, unique paintjobs (ex. Garfield theme, man riding a horse). 23. Little league baseball – Canadian’s Tournament: Lethbridge vs. Prairies 24. Little league baseball – Canadian’s Tournament: BC vs. Ottawa 25. Little league baseball – Canadian’s Tournament: Lethbridge vs. Ottawa 26. Little league baseball – Canadian’s Tournament: Lethbridge vs. BC 27. Little league baseball – Canadian’s Tournament: Lethbridge vs. Quebec 28. Little league baseball – Canadian’s Tournament: Lethbridge vs. Ottawa 29. Dodgers vs. Calgary Expos Baseball 30. Horse/chariot races 31. Junior golf tournament. 32. Provincial Men’s Fastball Championship
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20161111093
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morgue tapes - sports #11

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Date Range
1982
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111094
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
1. Calgary Flames and Minnesota Northstars (Sportsplex) 2. Lethbridge Broncos vs. Wranglers hockey game (WHL) 3. High School Football: LCI vs. Churchill 4. Slow-Pitch Men’s 5. Soap Box Derby 6. High School Football: WCHS vs. Jasper Place (Edmonton High school) 7. Minor Football: Bombers (white) vs.…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1982
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
1. Calgary Flames and Minnesota Northstars (Sportsplex) 2. Lethbridge Broncos vs. Wranglers hockey game (WHL) 3. High School Football: LCI vs. Churchill 4. Slow-Pitch Men’s 5. Soap Box Derby 6. High School Football: WCHS vs. Jasper Place (Edmonton High school) 7. Minor Football: Bombers (white) vs. blue (unknown). 8. Olett/Stefan Stick Swinging Detroit Red Wings vs. Minnesota North Stars. 9. Midget Broncos vs. Calgary Royals 10. Canadian Judo Championships (University of Lethbridge) 11. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers baseball – 1982 World Series (NBC) 12. Lethbridge Boxing Club (Rick Puff): conditioning, punch bag, sparring, jumping rope. 13. Leveille - injury to Boston Bruins player, hospitalized 14. Lethbridge Broncos vs. Winnipeg hockey game (WHL) 15. Lethbridge Broncos vs. Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) 16. Western 8 Conference Football Final: Cardston vs Raymond. 17. Minor Football Final: Lions vs. Eskimos. 18. High School Football Final: WCHS vs. Catholic Central Cougars 19. Super League Curling 20. Flag Football Final: Claresholm vs. Steelspan 21. Tae Kwon Do 22. University of Lethbridge Men’s Basketball vs. Billings 23. University of Lethbridge Men’s Volleyball 24. University of Lethbridge Women’s Volleyball 25. Lethbridge Broncos vs. Wranglers hockey (WHL) 26. Lethbridge Broncos vs. Saskatoon Blades hockey (WHL) 27. Weightlifting (YMCA) 28. University of Lethbridge Men’s basketball: Pronghorns vs. Argos (University gym)
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20161111094
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Date Range
1980-1981
Material Type
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Accession No.
20161111090
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
Duran/Leonard. WBC welter weight champion – training with a light jog. Knocked one of his sparring partners out of the ring. Training in preparation to defend his title from Sugar Ray Leonard. Dave Winfield. Baseball player. Making 12 million dollars with the New York Yankees. This was a new deal…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1980-1981
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
Duran/Leonard. WBC welter weight champion – training with a light jog. Knocked one of his sparring partners out of the ring. Training in preparation to defend his title from Sugar Ray Leonard. Dave Winfield. Baseball player. Making 12 million dollars with the New York Yankees. This was a new deal he signed and he is discussing. Violence in Hockey. Fight between the Boston Bruins and Minnesota North Stars. Brawl on the ice and in the stands. Record penalty minutes (over 6 hours). Flyers branded most violent franchise in the NHL. Joe Louis. Death of Louis. Rundown of his achievements and most memorable fights. 35-1 career record. He died at 66. Frank Kush. Coach of Hamilton Tiger Cats in the CFL discusses the teams struggles. Rollie Fingers MLB pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers. Won the Cy Young pitching award. Calgary/Montreal. Introduction to the summer Olympics in Montreal. Discusses the lack of roof on the Big-O. Interview with Jean Drapeau, the Montreal Mayor. Interview with Nick Auf Der Maur, a Montreal city councilor. Debating the over spending of the Montreal games. Illustrating the worries faced by Calgary who will be holding the next Winter Olympics. Olympic commentary by Harvard Gould of News First Benefits from Olympics. Bigger facilities and updates for the Winter Games that are permanently left behind. Lake Placid got a $20 million village for only $1 million. Luge slides and the growth of the sport in Lake Placid and Calgary, Alberta. Olympic security – Montreal. 12,000 athletes participated in the Montreal games and cost nearly $100 million dollars for protection. Interview with Guy Toupin, the Olympic Security Chief. Discussing a possible group of terrorists that were stopped at the American border. Montreal games were spread out all the way to Ontario. Residents had to have security passes to go home at night. Olympic costs – Montreal. Olympic torch lighting. Montreal Olympics probably the most expensive ever. The Big-O one of the most expensive structures in the entire world. Final bill: $1.4 billion. Interview with Jean Drapeau about the cost. Nick Auf Der Maur disagrees with the price of the Olympics in Montreal. Big-O was still unfinished during the Olympics. Olympic costs – Lake Placid. Hockey game. Gold Medal game – 1980 winter Olympics in Lake Placid. Lake Placid organizing committee still has a deficit after the games. Interview with Phillip Wolf (Head of the Organizing Committee). Final cost $168.8 million. Environmentalists stalled the building of some sites. Company who was building the Ski Jump went bankrupt. Deficit should be paid off by the year 2000. Total revenue of $421 million. Interview with Abe Rogo. Olympic stamps have proven to be a smart benefit. Montreal games cost $1.4 billion. Olympic Deficit of $995 million. Total revenue $421 million. Olympic coins and the revenue they generate. Before and after the Olympic games. Coke-a-cola prices. Selling Olympic snow. Souvenir pins big sellers. Interview with Helmut Kadner – a shop owner discussing the sale of Olympic pins. Interview with Ken Reed – Olympic Skier – discussing his mishap on the downhill Interview with Brian Pockar – Olympic figure skater – discussing about competing for Canada and walking through the opening ceremonies and the security at Lake Placid. Olympic diving. Canada’s national diving team training in a Montreal suburb. Interview with Don Webb the National Diving Team Coach discussing how the Olympic games in Montreal will effect Canadian athletes. University of Lethbridge vs. Regina basketball. LCC pre-season basketball tournament – Kodiaks vs. Red Deer Minor Football Final – Colts vs. Bombers. Colts #15 fumbles football and the Bombers recover. Pep talk from Bombers coach. Broncos vs. Billings. Lethbridge Broncos vs. Billings hockey game. Billings goals #27, #7 (2). Lethbridge goals #20, #7 (4), 17. Broncos – Wrangles brawl. Fight between the Lethbridge Broncos and Wranglers, hockey game. Chinook Rodeo finals. Rodeo. Cow wrangling. Bull and horse riding. Barrel racing. One horse rider falls – no apparent injury. Canadian cross country championships. Runners at Canadian cross country championship. (Men’s). Runner #12 and #28 appear to be in the lead. Runner #12 finishes first. Runner #28 finishes second. Runner #28 is wearing a University of Alberta Golden Bears shirt. (Women’s) Runner #44 finishes first. One injured runner. Old-timers hockey. Green (Lethbridge) - Orange (Medicine Hat Old-timers) Pronghorn Classis Volleyball Tourney. Volleyball tournament at the University of Lethbridge gym. Both Men’s and Women’s volleyball. Men’s basketball – LCC Kodiaks vs. Red Deer. Basketball game between the Lethbridge College Kodiaks and Red Deer Kings. Kodiaks in white and Kings in blue. Broncos vs. Kamloops. Hockey game between the Lethbridge Broncos and the Kamloops Blazers. Broncos win 12-2. Dusters Practice. Dusters basketball practice. Practicing shoot drills and one on one drills. Practicing 2 on 2 drills. Olympic Costs. Montreal Olympics – “done in secret” Interview with Der Maur – Montreal councilor. Mayor of Calgary Ralph Klein interview – saying the Calgary Olympics will be different than the Montreal Olympics. Company that was supposed to supply the steel underframe for the ski-jump in Calgary went bankrupt. Interview with Philip Wolfe. Interview with Jack Wilson (C.O.D.A executive) (Like all Olympic clips – reported on by Harvard Gould of News First). Dusters/Montana. Basketball game. Dusters vs. Montana (Dusters in white uniforms and Montana in Red). Free-throws for #14 on Dusters. #9 on Dusters makes a buzzer beater. Game in played in Lethbridge (at what is now today the Enmax Center). Montana Free-throws for #41. Grey Cup – 1981 – Ottawa vs. Edmonton. Ottawa lead 6-0, then 13-0 after Jim Reid touchdown. At half time 20-1 lead for Ottawa. Jim Germany on Edmonton made it 20-8. Edmonton recovered a fumble on the Ottawa 3 yard line – would cut the margin to 20-15. Ottawa feildgoal. Edmonton touchdown and extra-point conversion and tied the game. Dave Cutler converted field goal for Edmonton they won the Grey Cup 26-23. Speedskating. Speedskating practice at an ice hockey rink. Moves into races. Participants of all ages. Wayne Gretzky. Footage from CITV and CSN Edmonton Oilers and Philadelphia Flyers. Pete Peters in net for the Flyers. Gretzky broke goals record this game. Interviewed about it after. Interview with Gretzky. Success behind his goal-scoring. Talking about his 50th goal of the season.
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Accession No.
20161111090
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Date Range
1981
Material Type
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Accession No.
20161111089
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
Dodgers/Butte basketball. Baseball game between the Lethbridge Dodgers and the Great Falls Giants of the Pioneer Baseball League. Mini-Mite Soccer. Competitive soccer match between a team with blue jerseys and a team with white and green stripes. Soap Box Derby. Youngsters race down a long road …
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1981
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
Dodgers/Butte basketball. Baseball game between the Lethbridge Dodgers and the Great Falls Giants of the Pioneer Baseball League. Mini-Mite Soccer. Competitive soccer match between a team with blue jerseys and a team with white and green stripes. Soap Box Derby. Youngsters race down a long road in their soap box cars, while parents and bystanders cheer them on. Minor Football - Eskimos-Stampeders -Bombers -Lions High School Football: Football practices: WCHS, CCHS, LCI A Girl Football Player - Interview with a female member of the Stampeders team. Men’s Amateur Golf Broncos Training Camp Eskimos/Lions Minor Football Pass, Punt, Kick. Football throwing contest. Individuals throwing footballs as far as they can. Results are measured. Bicycle Motocross. Flag Football Steve Tambellini. Interview discussing the improvements made to his team via a series of trades. Motocross (Raymond). Motorized dirt bike race. Rodeo Sheep Riding Slomo. Young children riding sheep at rodeo. Equestrian – Trail Course. Horse and rider going through a small course. Jr. Football (Winston vs. LCI). Winston cheer squad performs for fans. Ladies Fastball. Senior Golf Junior. Football (LCI vs. Churchill) Lethbridge Elks vs Whitefish. Baseball game between the Lethbridge Elks and Whitefish. Game is during the day. Bombers vs. Lions (Minor Football). Lethbridge Broncos vs. Billings Bighorns hockey game. Pronghorns basketball (Women) Pronghorns basketball (Men) Judo competition at the University of Lethbridge. University of Lethbridge cross-country run. Curling Super League Hockey game between the Lethbridge Broncos and the Medicine Hat Tigers. Broncos win by final score of 16-2 LCC Kodiaks/Kodiettes - basketball practice. Southern Alberta Flag Football Championship. Game between the Steelspan Steelers (white uniforms) and the Gotschna Cobras (black uniforms). Hockey game Lethbridge Broncos vs. Brandon Wheatkings. LCC Mens Basketball - Men’s basketball practice. Bobby Orr - Discussing the importance of teaching players in the game of hockey and how it will turn these players into better people. CFL Football - Ottawa vs. Montreal. Trevor Berbick - Broomball match. Men’s volleyball practice. LCC Men’s Volleyball
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Accession No.
20161111089
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Date Range
1982
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Accession No.
20161111092
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Scope and Content
1. Whoop Up Downs – Horse Racing 2. Indoor Rodeo - horse riding, cow wrangling and wrestling, bull riding, barrel racing, sheep riding (boys) 3. Winnipeg Jets vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, Jimmy Mann incident (CKND, Canadian Sports Network) 4. Ball Hockey 5. Chinook Golf 6. Track and Field - running, ja…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1982
Creator
CFAC (Global) Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
3/4 inch videotape (U-matic) QuickTime and MP4 files available
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
1. Whoop Up Downs – Horse Racing 2. Indoor Rodeo - horse riding, cow wrangling and wrestling, bull riding, barrel racing, sheep riding (boys) 3. Winnipeg Jets vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, Jimmy Mann incident (CKND, Canadian Sports Network) 4. Ball Hockey 5. Chinook Golf 6. Track and Field - running, javelin, long jump, high jump, discus, shot-put; CCHS 7. Bowling – Lethbridge Open (Darrell Lagler) 8. Girls Softball 9. Raft Race - paddling 10. Tennis – Gotschna Tournament 11. Motorcycle Hill Climbing - dirt bike race 12. Sky Diving parachutes, 8,500 feet. 13. Boxing – Brian Hornberger and Boxing Club (teenagers) 14. Minors Baseball 15. Foremost Rodeo - barrel racing, cow riding (children), cow/calf wrangling, saddle bronc, bull riding 16. Little League Baseball tournament 17. Auto Salon - obstacle course with pylons, tight and quick turns, and driving at high speeds. 18. Businessmen’s Fastball 19. Trap Shooting 20. Bicycle Motocross 21. Horse Racing and betting 22. Seniors Slo-pitch
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20161111092
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Ice Skating on Henderson Lake

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Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006002
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Group of unidentified individuals skating on Henderson Lake
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Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Group of unidentified individuals skating on Henderson Lake
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20171124006002
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Gathered Around the Radio

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Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006008
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Family and friends gathered around the radio in Lethbridge. unidentified individuals
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Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Family and friends gathered around the radio in Lethbridge. unidentified individuals
Accession No.
20171124006008
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Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006015
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Reed Ainscough and friends posing for picture. Female friend sitting on a cow during the Claresholm Stampede
  1 image  
Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Reed Ainscough and friends posing for picture. Female friend sitting on a cow during the Claresholm Stampede
Accession No.
20171124006015
Collection
Archive
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Reed Ainscough and friends

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions91134
Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006022
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Reed Ainscough and friends posing for pictures during the Claresholm Stampede
  1 image  
Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Reed Ainscough and friends posing for pictures during the Claresholm Stampede
Accession No.
20171124006022
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Archive
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Old Timers at the Macleod Stampede

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Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006029
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Seniors holding a sign "Old Timers' during the Macleod Stampede. Aboriginal members in traditional wear in the background.
  1 image  
Date Range
1940
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Seniors holding a sign "Old Timers' during the Macleod Stampede. Aboriginal members in traditional wear in the background.
Accession No.
20171124006029
Collection
Archive
Images
Less detail
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006045
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Reed and Buck Ainscough hugging during their honeymoon in Banff
  1 image  
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Reed and Buck Ainscough hugging during their honeymoon in Banff
Accession No.
20171124006045
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Archive
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Reed and Buck Ainscough posing for pictures in a car

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions91137
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006046
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Reed and Buck Ainscough posing for pictures in a car during their honeymoon in Banff
  1 image  
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Reed and Buck Ainscough posing for pictures in a car during their honeymoon in Banff
Accession No.
20171124006046
Collection
Archive
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Reed Ainscough on military motocycle

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions91138
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006066
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Reed Ainscough on a military motocycle in uniform posing for a picture. Friends in the background also on motocycles
  1 image  
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Reed Ainscough on a military motocycle in uniform posing for a picture. Friends in the background also on motocycles
Accession No.
20171124006066
Collection
Archive
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Reed Ainscough and friends in uniform taking pictures with the train in Banff

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions91139
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006089
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Reed Ainscough and friends in uniform taking pictures with the train in Banff
  1 image  
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Reed Ainscough and friends in uniform taking pictures with the train in Banff
Accession No.
20171124006089
Collection
Archive
Images
Less detail
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20171124006090
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
Scope and Content
Soldiers in barracks
  1 image  
Date Range
1942
Description Level
Item
Creator
Ainscough Family
Physical Description
9 cm x 6.5cm black and white print
History / Biographical
William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Scope and Content
Soldiers in barracks
Accession No.
20171124006090
Collection
Archive
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