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Lethbridge School District No. 51 School Plans and Maps

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Date Range
1950-1986
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20171083
Physical Description
80 blueprint sheets
Scope and Content
001: 5 sheets - Proposed North Side Sr. High school now Winston Churchill High School. Made for the Lethbridge School District #51 on April 28, 1965. (61cm X 48cm) 002: 3 sheets - Fleetwood Bawden School. Made by H.M & W.A. Whiddington Architects for the Lethbridge School District #51. (56cm X 68c…
Date Range
1950-1986
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
80 blueprint sheets
History / Biographical
In Lethbridge School District #51, planning for new schools is delegated to the Board of Trustees who decide where the schools to be located, what they will be called, and what they will look like. These sketches and plans include the district's new schools and additions as well as maps of school site locations. The records include the following schools Catholic Central High School Catholic Central High School West Campus and Chinook High School Ecole Agnes Davidson Fleetwood Bawden School Galbraith Elementary School Gilbert Paterson Middle School Hamilton School and Lethbridge Collegiate School (L.C.I) Hardieville School La Cite des Prairies de Lethbridge and School La Verendrye Lethbridge Christian School Lethbridge College Lethbridge Community College Mike Mountain Horse School Nicolas Sheeran Community School and University of Lethbridge Our Lady of the Assumption School St. Patrick Fine Arts Elementary School St. Paul Elementary School St. Teresa of Calcutta School Victoria Park High School and Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Westminster Elementary School Addition Winston Churchill High School
Scope and Content
001: 5 sheets - Proposed North Side Sr. High school now Winston Churchill High School. Made for the Lethbridge School District #51 on April 28, 1965. (61cm X 48cm) 002: 3 sheets - Fleetwood Bawden School. Made by H.M & W.A. Whiddington Architects for the Lethbridge School District #51. (56cm X 68cm) 003: 7 sheets of site maps by the City of Lethbridge for the Lethbridge School District #51. Sheet 1: Survey map of North Lethbridge Jay-Cee Park. March 1978 (56cm X 68cm) Sheet 2: Hamilton School and Lethbridge Collegiate School (L.C.I) July 2, 1969 (51cm X 51cm) Sheet 3: Proposed school site? Site plan. August 2, 1977 (61cm X 56cm) Sheet 4: Our Lady of the Assumption School site map. June 1979 (87cm X 56cm) Sheet 5: St. Patrick Fine Arts Elementary School site map. December 1964 (87cm X 56cm) Sheet 6: Catholic Central High School site map. December 22, 1961 (87cm X 56cm) Sheet 7: St. Paul Elementary School site map. August 1971 (87cm X 56cm) 004: 6 sheets for the Lethbridge School District #51. Sheets 1-4: Plans for school plaques. Lethbridge Community College. (68.5cm X 61.5cm) Sheet 5: Proposed Vocational Technical School building plans. March 1961 (68.5cm X 61.5cm) Sheet 6: Proposed Vocational Technical School building plans. October 1960 (68.5cm X 61.5cm) 005: Two groups of sheets of original blueprints for Fleetwood Bawden School. Made by Meech, Mitchell & Meech Architecture for the Lethbridge School District #51. Set 1: Building floor plans (93.5cm X 65cm). December 1950- March 1951 Set 2: Building heating plans (93.5cm X 65cm). December 1950- March 1951 006: Two sets of sheets of photocopies of blueprints and two separate sheets. Plans for Proposed Westminster Elementary School Addition (Never Built). By Meech, Mitchell, Robins and Associates for the Lethbridge School District #51. May 1956 (93cm X 61cm) 007: 34 sheets of city plans by the City of Lethbridge for the Lethbridge School District #51. Sheet 1: Plan index (1983) (51cm X 51cm) Sheet 2 - 4: Proposed School Site? 1983 (51cm X 51cm) Sheet 5: Galbraith School City plan (41.5cm X 35.5cm) Sheet 6: Index sheet 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 7: Mike Mountain Horse School city plan. 1983. (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 8: Proposed School Site? 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 9: Proposed School Site? 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 10: Nicolas Sheeran School and University of Lethbridge City plan. 1981. (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 11: Catholic Central High West Campus and Chinook High proposals. 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 12: Proposed School Site? 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 13: La Cite des Prairies de Lethbridge and School La Verendrye city plan. 1983. (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 14: Victoria Park High School and Lethbridge Collegiate Institute city plan. 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 15: Proposed school site? 1982 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 16: Fleetwood Bawden School city plan. 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 17: Proposed School site? 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 18: Proposed School site? 1982 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 19- 21: Proposed School site? 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 22: Ecole Agnes Davidson School city plan.1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 23: Gilbert Paterson Middle School city plan. 1983. (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 24: Proposed School site? 1983. (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 25: Proposed school site? 1983. (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 26: Lethbridge College city plan. 1983. (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 27: St. Teresa of Calcutta School city plan. 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 28: Proposed school site? 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 29: Proposed school site? 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 30: Lethbridge Christian School city plan. 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 31: Proposed School site? 1983. (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 32: Galbraith Elementary School city plan. 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 33: Proposed school site? 1983 (58.5cm X 56cm) Sheet 34: Proposed school site? 1981 (58.5cm X 56cm) 008: 2 sets of 6 sheets of Fleetwood Bowden School sketches and blueprints. Made by H.M & W.A Whiddington Architects for the Lethbridge School District #51. Sheet 1: School plan sketch (69cm X 49cm) Set 1: Blueprints. 1950 (69cm X 49cm) Sheet 2- 6: Architectural sketches and prints. 1950? (69cm X 49cm) Set 2: Architectural sketches with corrections (69cm X 49cm) 009: 3 groups of sheets and 15 sheets of plans and maps for the Hardieville School. For the Lethbridge School District #51 by various architect companies. Sheet 1: Architectural sketch. 1983 (61cm X 56cm) Sheet 2: Architectural sketch. 1983 (93.5cm X 65cm) Sheet 3: Site plan by City of Lethbridge. 1983 (86cm X 56cm) Sheet 4- 5: Architectural sketch by the Lethbridge SD #51, 1983 (46cm X 61cm) Sheet 6: Architectural sketch By the Lethbridge SD #51. 1983 (96cm X 61cm) Sheet 7: Fire Alarm upgrading plan by D.F.K. Engineering Canada L.T.D. 1986 (96cm X 61cm) Set 1: Site plans and schedules by Meech, Mitchell, Robins & Watson Architects and Engineers. 1963 (99cm X 62cm) Sheet 8- 9: Site plans and schedules by Meech, Mitchell, Robins, & Watson Architects and Engineers. 1983 (96cm X 61cm) Set 2: Site plans and schedules with changes by Meech, Mitchell, Robins, & Watson Architects and Engineers. 1983 (96cm X 61cm) Set 3: Site plans and schedules with changes by Meech, Mitchell, Robins, & Watson Architects and Engineers. 1984. (96cm X 61cm) Set 4: Architectural plans By the Lethbridge SD #51. 1984 (96cm X 61cm) Sheet 10: Fire Alarm upgrading plan sketch by D.F.K. Engineering Canada L.T.D. 1986. (99cm X 62cm) Sheet 11: Fire Alarm upgrading information by D.F.K. Engineering Canada L.T.D. 1986 (99cm X 62cm) Sheet 12: Architectural sketch plans By the Lethbridge SD #51, 1984. (61cm X 46cm) Sheet 13- 14: Photocopies of architectural sketch plans of the school by the Lethbridge SD #51. January 1987, (61cm X 46cm) Sheet 15: Fence site map by the City of Lethbridge. April 1986.
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Children playing on obstacle course unidentified school gymnasium 1967

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Date Range
1967
Accession No.
20181047015
Physical Description
Board 21.5” X 27.5” with 20 3.5" X 4.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of children playing in the gymnasium of an unidentified school. Looks like an obstical course event 1967.
Date Range
1967
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Board 21.5” X 27.5” with 20 3.5" X 4.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Lethbridge School District No. 51 is the public school board in Lethbridge. Since 1886, Lethbridge School District No. 51 has offered high quality learning experiences over a broad range of programs to meet the needs of a wide variety of learners. The District educates over 11,000 students within the City of Lethbridge and employs nearly 1,200 staff members. Lethbridge School District No. 51 takes pride in the breadth of its programs, the expertise of its staff, and the quality of its facilities in 22 schools, and a number of outreach facilities throughout the city. Our schools have a grade structure comprised of Kindergarten to Grade 5 students in elementary schools, Grade 6 to Grade 8 students in middle schools and Grade 9 to Grade 12 students in high schools [Source: Lethbridge School District No. 51 website]
Scope and Content
Photographs of children playing in the gymnasium of an unidentified school. Looks like an obstical course event 1967.
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IODE giving recognition to an unidentified student

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Date Range
[1970-1980]
Accession No.
20181047017
Physical Description
Board 9”X 11” with 6.5” X 4.5” black and white photograph
Scope and Content
IODE representative Mrs. Chris Cameron giving recognition to an unidentified student that may be from a school of the Lethbridge School District No. 51.
Date Range
[1970-1980]
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Board 9”X 11” with 6.5” X 4.5” black and white photograph
History / Biographical
The Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE) was a women’s charitable organization based in Canada. It was formed in January, 1900 in Fredericton, New Brunswick and soon spread across the country. It was based on the pillars of patriotism and charity. The IODE was incorporated by a special act of the Canadian Parliament in 1917. Student may be from a school of the Lethbridge School District No. 51.
Scope and Content
IODE representative Mrs. Chris Cameron giving recognition to an unidentified student that may be from a school of the Lethbridge School District No. 51.
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Staff and students of Allan Watson school 1978-1979

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Date Range
1978-1979
Accession No.
20181047019
Physical Description
Board 36” X 24” with 20 3" X 2" Colored photographs and 255 1" X 1.5" black and white picture photocopies
Scope and Content
Photographs of staff and students of kindergarden to grade six at Allan Watson school 1978-1979
Date Range
1978-1979
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Board 36” X 24” with 20 3" X 2" Colored photographs and 255 1" X 1.5" black and white picture photocopies
History / Biographical
In 1951, Oland Construction Company was awarded a contract to build a new elementary school Allan Watson on 6th Ave South and 23 Street. Named in honour of Allan James Watson who in 1924 accepted a double assignment as the principle and Superintendent of the Lethbridge High School. When Mr. J.H. Fleetwood, Secretary-Treasurer of the Board died in 1936, the trustees reorganized the administration system. Mr. Watson then became the full time principle from 1936-1951 and from 1952 till his death in 1961 he was the Secretary-Treasurer. Allan Watson school also recieved an addition to its building in 1953. The school closed in 2003 and they were able to move to the old Hamilton building. In 2010 the school changed names and became known as Victoria Park High School.
Scope and Content
Photographs of staff and students of kindergarden to grade six at Allan Watson school 1978-1979
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Grade Eight graduates of Hardieville School 1964

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Date Range
1964
Accession No.
20181047037
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 5 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1964 Hardieville school: Barry Dickout, Doug Higa, Linda Chapman, Rosalee Goshinmon, and Betty McKenna.
Date Range
1964
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 5 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1964 Hardieville school: Barry Dickout, Doug Higa, Linda Chapman, Rosalee Goshinmon, and Betty McKenna.
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Grade Eight graduates of Hardieville School 1965

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Date Range
1965
Accession No.
20181047038
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 4 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1965 Hardieville school: Maggie Demeny, Sharon Johnson, Aileen Medoruma, and Linda McEwen.
Date Range
1965
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 4 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1965 Hardieville school: Maggie Demeny, Sharon Johnson, Aileen Medoruma, and Linda McEwen.
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Grade Eight graduates of Hardieville School 1966

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Date Range
1966
Accession No.
20181047039
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 12 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1966 Hardieville school: Heather Willetts, Donald Cote, Terry Yamamoto, Siegfried Zowa, Nina Berekoff, George Lyster, Paula Chapman, Neil Wastle, Elizabeth Sauer, Lorin Goshinmon, Joyce Holobiski, and Brian Person.
Date Range
1966
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 12 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1966 Hardieville school: Heather Willetts, Donald Cote, Terry Yamamoto, Siegfried Zowa, Nina Berekoff, George Lyster, Paula Chapman, Neil Wastle, Elizabeth Sauer, Lorin Goshinmon, Joyce Holobiski, and Brian Person.
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Grade Eight graduates of Hardieville School 1967

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Date Range
1967
Accession No.
20181047040
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 9 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1967 Hardieville school: Ellenora Schrage, Richard Cote, Dianne Renner, Bryan Wastle, Douglas Nakama, Christine Zowa, Brian Mehrer, Agnes Geiger, and Rodger Wood.
Date Range
1967
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 9 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1967 Hardieville school: Ellenora Schrage, Richard Cote, Dianne Renner, Bryan Wastle, Douglas Nakama, Christine Zowa, Brian Mehrer, Agnes Geiger, and Rodger Wood.
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Grade Eight graduates of Hardieville School 1968

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Date Range
1968
Accession No.
20181047041
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 12 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1968 Hardieville school: Albert Reule, Maxine Smella, Dennis Oaks, Sadie Toth, Bonnie McEwen, Kenny Nakama, Roymond Collier, Harry Wiestra, Marion Johnson, Artur Reule, Brenda Pierson, and Wilfred Schrage.
Date Range
1968
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 12 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade eight graduating class of 1968 Hardieville school: Albert Reule, Maxine Smella, Dennis Oaks, Sadie Toth, Bonnie McEwen, Kenny Nakama, Roymond Collier, Harry Wiestra, Marion Johnson, Artur Reule, Brenda Pierson, and Wilfred Schrage.
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Grade Six graduates of Hardieville School 1969-1970

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Date Range
1969-1970
Accession No.
20181047042
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 14 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1969-1970 Hardieville school: Karen Cote, David Urban, Betty Janzen, Warren McEwen, Darlene Renner, Isaac Dyck, Sally Mehrer, Kelvin Middleton, Ruth Pruden, George Renner, Donna Devernichuk, Isaac Jenzen, Corry Ann Weistra, and Marvin Dalton.
Date Range
1969-1970
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 10” X 14” with 14 3.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1969-1970 Hardieville school: Karen Cote, David Urban, Betty Janzen, Warren McEwen, Darlene Renner, Isaac Dyck, Sally Mehrer, Kelvin Middleton, Ruth Pruden, George Renner, Donna Devernichuk, Isaac Jenzen, Corry Ann Weistra, and Marvin Dalton.
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Grade Six graduates of Hardieville School 1972-1973

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Date Range
1972-1973
Accession No.
20181047043
Physical Description
Paper 12” X 16” with 14 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1972-1973 Hardieville school: Beverly Renner, Mary Dyck, Ida Dudley, Paul Mehrer, Wilma Middleton, Valerie Wiersema, Allen Kope, Michelle Sallenback, Clifford Dudley, Cindy Neil, Debbie Romanchuk, Cornnie Dyck, Mrs. A. Coupland, and Mrs. H. Harris.
Date Range
1972-1973
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 12” X 16” with 14 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1972-1973 Hardieville school: Beverly Renner, Mary Dyck, Ida Dudley, Paul Mehrer, Wilma Middleton, Valerie Wiersema, Allen Kope, Michelle Sallenback, Clifford Dudley, Cindy Neil, Debbie Romanchuk, Cornnie Dyck, Mrs. A. Coupland, and Mrs. H. Harris.
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Grade Six graduates of Hardieville School 1975-1976

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Date Range
1975-1976
Accession No.
20181047044
Physical Description
Paper 12” X 16” with 14 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1975-1976 Hardieville school: Darla Goshinmon, Ellen Mehrer, Robert Kolsza, Linda Zimmer, Gizella Ujvari, Richard Auer, Karen Knoch, Loraliegh Penman, Richard Dyck, Karen Sanderson, Michelle Filgar, Mrs. Amelia Coupland, Mr. Bryan Rosenfelt, and Mrs.…
Date Range
1975-1976
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 12” X 16” with 14 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1975-1976 Hardieville school: Darla Goshinmon, Ellen Mehrer, Robert Kolsza, Linda Zimmer, Gizella Ujvari, Richard Auer, Karen Knoch, Loraliegh Penman, Richard Dyck, Karen Sanderson, Michelle Filgar, Mrs. Amelia Coupland, Mr. Bryan Rosenfelt, and Mrs. Sharon Prenevost.
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Grade Six graduates of Hardieville School 1976-1977

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Date Range
1976-1977
Accession No.
20181047045
Physical Description
Paper 12” X 16” with 12 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1976-1977 Hardieville school: Kathy Mehrer, Connelia Martin, Darren Mathews, Connie Neil, Lisa Dudley, Wade DeVrides, Susie Dyck, Rodney White, Shirley Chomas, Cindy Goshinmon, Cheryl Pierson, and Mrs. A. Coupland
Date Range
1976-1977
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 12” X 16” with 12 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1976-1977 Hardieville school: Kathy Mehrer, Connelia Martin, Darren Mathews, Connie Neil, Lisa Dudley, Wade DeVrides, Susie Dyck, Rodney White, Shirley Chomas, Cindy Goshinmon, Cheryl Pierson, and Mrs. A. Coupland
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Grade Six graduates of Hardieville School 1977-1978

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Date Range
1977-1978
Accession No.
20181047046
Physical Description
Paper 11.5” X 9” with 7 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1977-1978 Hardieville school:Cindy Teruya, John Zimmer, Shannon Knoch, Helen Dyck, Diana Volk, Norma Sanderson, and Mrs. A. Coupland
Date Range
1977-1978
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 11.5” X 9” with 7 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1977-1978 Hardieville school:Cindy Teruya, John Zimmer, Shannon Knoch, Helen Dyck, Diana Volk, Norma Sanderson, and Mrs. A. Coupland
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Grade Six graduates of Hardieville School 1978-1979

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Date Range
1978-1979
Accession No.
20181047047
Physical Description
Paper 11.5” X 9” with 9 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1978-1979 Hardieville school: David Zimmer, Michelle Goshinmon, Trevor Tollin, Lynne Chomas, Darcy Dupuis, Rosa Moradel, Jeffrey Mehrer, Sue Anne Powell, and Mrs. A. Coupland.
Date Range
1978-1979
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 11.5” X 9” with 9 1.5" X 2.5" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1978-1979 Hardieville school: David Zimmer, Michelle Goshinmon, Trevor Tollin, Lynne Chomas, Darcy Dupuis, Rosa Moradel, Jeffrey Mehrer, Sue Anne Powell, and Mrs. A. Coupland.
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Grade Six graduates of Hardieville School 1979-1980

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Date Range
1979-1980
Accession No.
20181047048
Physical Description
Paper 14” X 10” with 9 1.5" X 1" black and white photographs
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1979-1980 Hardieville school: Wendy Knoch, Sandy Dyck, Laura Sanderson, Tanya Rock, Benita Ayarra, Quinton Dowdell, Shelley Erman, Mrs. A. Coupland, and Mr. W. Brooks.
Date Range
1979-1980
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Paper 14” X 10” with 9 1.5" X 1" black and white photographs
History / Biographical
Hardieville School opened on January 2 1912. Hardieville school was seperated from the Lethbridge School District 51 in 1922 in which the school came under the jurisdiction of Lethbridge School Division No.7. In 1952, Hardieville School became incorporated into the city's school system. In 1963, the by-laws #20/63 and #21/63 allowed for a new bigger school to be created. The annexation by the City of Lethbridge of the village of Hardieville in 1979 caused a change in the school systems. Hardieville was then incorporated into the Lethbridge School District No. 51. The school finally closed in 1986 after much debate between the School Board and the Hardieville community. For more information about the Hardieville School and the Lethbridge School District No. 51 look at the book: Lethbridge School District No. 51 The First 100 Years from Cottage to Composite 1886-1986 at the Archive reference library.
Scope and Content
Photographs of the grade six graduating class of 1979-1980 Hardieville school: Wendy Knoch, Sandy Dyck, Laura Sanderson, Tanya Rock, Benita Ayarra, Quinton Dowdell, Shelley Erman, Mrs. A. Coupland, and Mr. W. Brooks.
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First School by Protestant School District No. 51 in 1886

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Date Range
1978
Accession No.
20181047050
Physical Description
Poster Paper 20” X 24” with 1 12” X 19” black and white photograph
Scope and Content
Photograph shows the first school built with the students standing in front of the school as well as the two teachers standing at the school doors. Underneath the picture is the caption mentioned above.
Date Range
1978
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Poster Paper 20” X 24” with 1 12” X 19” black and white photograph
History / Biographical
The first school built by the Lethbridge Protestant School District No. 51 in 1886 was located on the north west corner of Glyn and dufferin (7th Street and 4th Avenue South.) It wa built by Donald Fraser and Enoch Blythe at a cost of $1, 565, under authorization of the first elected Board of Trustees - Wm. Stafford (Chairman), H.F. Greenwood (Secretary - Treasurer) and John Craig. The first teacher hired by the Board was Mr. B.L. Latimer who taught in the cottage rented from the Compnay prior to the building of the first school. In June 1887 a second teacher was hired - Miss. Duff. This picture was presented to the Board of Trustees of Lethbridge School District No.51 in September, 1978, by Mr. George Watson, Senior. Mr. Watson taught in Lethbridge for 31 years. Upon his retirement (June 1961) he turned his interest and endeavours to preserving the history of Southern Alberta. Much Credit is due to him for the gathering of information from oldtimers and their decendants. Mr. Watson has been tireless in his efforts to bring the students of our schcools an interesting and informative background of their city. [Description taken from the caption of the photograph]
Scope and Content
Photograph shows the first school built with the students standing in front of the school as well as the two teachers standing at the school doors. Underneath the picture is the caption mentioned above.
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Photograph of Mr. George Bremner McKillop

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Date Range
1896-1982
Accession No.
20181047051
Physical Description
Board 16” X 20” with a 10.5" X 13" black and white photograph
Scope and Content
Mr. George Bremner McKillop was born in 1896 in Lethbridge. He was a prominent Lethbridge figure with many accomplishments. McKillop went overseas during World War I and when he came back he was able to attain a job as a physical education teacher. He later became the Supervisor of Physical Educati…
Date Range
1896-1982
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Board 16” X 20” with a 10.5" X 13" black and white photograph
History / Biographical
George McKillop Elementary school was on 22 Street North and between 4 and 5 Avenues. It was opened in 1957 and closed in 1982 when Nicholas Sheran School opened on the West side. It became McKillop Curriculum Center then it was purchased by the Society of Christian Education and became Immanuel Christian Elementary School in 2006.
Scope and Content
Mr. George Bremner McKillop was born in 1896 in Lethbridge. He was a prominent Lethbridge figure with many accomplishments. McKillop went overseas during World War I and when he came back he was able to attain a job as a physical education teacher. He later became the Supervisor of Physical Education for Lethbridge School District No. 51 and Chairman of the playgrounds commission. He was also the superintendent of Southminister United Sunday School and leader of a cadet corps for many years. McKillop organized and directed the Canyon Church Camp during the summer breaks. He was also the curator of Sir Alexander Galt museum and chairman of the archives committee of the Lethbridge Historical Society. McKillop died at the age of 77 on February 18, 1974.
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Photograph of George C. Miller, First Principle of Hamilton Junior High School

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Date Range
1950-1968
Accession No.
20181047052
Physical Description
Board 16” X 20” with a 10.5" X 13" black and white photograph
Scope and Content
George C. Miller First Principal of Hamilton Junior High School 1950-1968
Date Range
1950-1968
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
Board 16” X 20” with a 10.5" X 13" black and white photograph
History / Biographical
Hamilton opened in 1950 and was the first junior high school in Lethbridge located on 5th Avenue and 15th Street South. The school eventually closed in 2003 and the students were moved to the new junior high school in West Lethbridge (G.S. Lakie). Today the building houses the headquarters of Lethbridge School District 51 and Allan Watson School.
Scope and Content
George C. Miller First Principal of Hamilton Junior High School 1950-1968
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Portrait of Dorothy Gooder

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Date Range
1955-1978
Accession No.
20181047054
Physical Description
11" X 14" black and white photograph
Scope and Content
Dorothy Gooder was instrumental in changing the ways persons with developmental disabilities were educated in Lethbridge. When her son was born with Down’s Syndrome, Dorothy became interested in education in the field of development disabilities. She was strongly involved in the formation of the Le…
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Date Range
1955-1978
Creator
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Physical Description
11" X 14" black and white photograph
History / Biographical
In 1959 the Dorothy Gooder School was opened. It was named after Dorothy because of her hard-work, determination and vision. The school started with 3 classrooms and approximately 50 students but was enlarged in 1966. Prior to the opening of the school, parents were solely responsible for the education of their own children with developmental disabilities unless the children were institutionalized. The Dorothy Gooder School was instrumental in helping to show that students with disabilities can learn if teachers adapt the strategies they use. The school closed in 1978 as integration of students with disabilities proceeded and the children were integrated into the other schools. This was one of the goals that Dorothy Gooder was fighting for from the first – she saw the segregated school as only the first step until she could prove that learning was possible. And that was certainly proven. [Description by Lethbridge Historical Society] In 1987 the People First Association made a contribution to the University of Lethbridge to start a Scholarship named after Dorothy Gooder. It is still active and it is given to a student in their fourth year who is studying education with a specialization in Special Education
Scope and Content
Dorothy Gooder was instrumental in changing the ways persons with developmental disabilities were educated in Lethbridge. When her son was born with Down’s Syndrome, Dorothy became interested in education in the field of development disabilities. She was strongly involved in the formation of the Lethbridge and District Association for Retarded Children in 1955. Dorothy believed all children should have the same opportunities and that good teachers could make a difference IF they would change the way they teach. A pilot project was started to show that the student could learn. Two years later the Lethbridge Association for Community Living was formed. [Description by Lethbridge Historical Society] This portrait was presented to Dorothy Gooder in 1966 with the opening of the new addition to the school. See Archive photograph 19871142011.
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