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Dick Gray Accepts Sir Winston Churchill Trophy

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Date Range
1950-1951
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Accession No.
20191055014
Physical Description
10 X 13 bw photographic print
Scope and Content
Dick Gray was a Canadian minor hockey player, born in Calgary, AB 1920. He played four seasons with the Lethbridge Maple Leafs from 1940-42 and 1946-48. During the 1945-46 season, he played in the Pacific Coast Hockey League with the Vancouver Canucks. He was part of the Lethbridge Maple Leafs team…
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Date Range
1950-1951
Description Level
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Creator
ENMAX Centre
Physical Description
10 X 13 bw photographic print
History / Biographical
The ENMAX (formerly Sportsplex) Centre is a multipurpose facility operated by the City of Lethbridge. The complex was built in 1975 in preparation for the Canada Games.
Scope and Content
Dick Gray was a Canadian minor hockey player, born in Calgary, AB 1920. He played four seasons with the Lethbridge Maple Leafs from 1940-42 and 1946-48. During the 1945-46 season, he played in the Pacific Coast Hockey League with the Vancouver Canucks. He was part of the Lethbridge Maple Leafs team that won a gold medal at the 1951 World Ice Hockey Championships in Paris, France. The print shows Gray shaking hands and accepting the Sir Winston Churchill Trophy in Paris. The print is also signed by members of the winning team. The caption on the print: "Presentation of Sir Winston Churchill Challenge Trophy to Dick Gray - Playing Coach, Lethbridge Maple Leafs World Amateur Championships 1951. London England. Donor - Dick Gray.
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20191055014
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Guyle Fielder-St. Louis Flyers

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Date Range
1952-1953
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Accession No.
20191055007
Physical Description
9.5 X 7 bw photographic print
Scope and Content
Guyle Fielder is an American-born Canadian professional hockey player. He is the fourth-leading scorer in professional hockey history, only behind Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe, and Jaromir Jagr. He also holds the career records for minor-league hockey for most games played, assists, and points. He pl…
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Date Range
1952-1953
Description Level
Item
Creator
ENMAX Centre
Physical Description
9.5 X 7 bw photographic print
History / Biographical
The ENMAX (formerly Sportsplex) Centre is a multipurpose facility operated by the City of Lethbridge. The complex was built in 1975 in preparation for the Canada Games.
Scope and Content
Guyle Fielder is an American-born Canadian professional hockey player. He is the fourth-leading scorer in professional hockey history, only behind Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe, and Jaromir Jagr. He also holds the career records for minor-league hockey for most games played, assists, and points. He played his junior hockey in Lethbridge with the Native Sons from 1949-51. He played with the St. Louis Flyers of the American Hockey League for one season in 1952-53.
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20191055007
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Lethbridge Handicraft Guild fonds

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Date Range
1949-2005
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20121043
Physical Description
0.35 m of textual records; 205 photographs
Scope and Content
2012.1043/001 Correspondence 2005; meeting minutes 1994-2002; publication clippings; list of officers, 6 photos 2012.1043/002 Shows and displays 15 slides 2012.1043/003 Guild history, 1962; correspondence, records 1950-1965 2012.1043/004 Ledger 1964-1977 2012.1043/005 Bowman Centre 1964; newsletter…
Parallel Title
Canadian Handicraft Guild - Lethbridge Branch
Date Range
1949-2005
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Lethbridge Handicraft Guild
Physical Description
0.35 m of textual records; 205 photographs
History / Biographical
The history of the Canadian Handicraft Guild dates back to 1902, when the Women's Art Association of Montreal held a large exhibition of handicrafts. A few years later the organization named the Canadian Handicraft Guild was formed with the provision of formation of local branches all across Canada. The first branches outside of Quebec were formed in Edmonton in 1911, Vancouver in 1912 and Winnipeg in 1913. The Alberta Provincial Branch was organized in 1928. The Lethbridge branch was formed in 1935. At the time of the Second World War and the pressure of Red Cross work, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Maclead and Lethbridge branches disbanded. Lethbridge organized again in 1949. The first executive of 1949 included Mrs. J. McIntosh (President), Mrs. C.G. Cope (VP), Mrs. A.C. Head (Secretary) and Mrs. W. Strome (Tresurer). The original group included A.E. Ives, Mrs. D. Woodcock, Mrs. C.B. Johnson, Mrs. C. Farstad, Mrs. E. Church (Woitte), Mrs. J.T. Vallance, Mrs. W. Strome, Mrs. J. Keys, Mrs. G.C. Cope, Mrs. A.C. Head, Miss Lillian McNair, Mrs. Nell Clarke, Mrs, Edith Niven, Mrs. Rita Revenko, Mrs. Linda Gibson, Mrs. Etta Johnston, Mrs. Holly Turnbull, Mrs. Frances Gardiner, Mrs. Maida Bryant, Mrs. Anne Lundy, Mrs. Libby Fumerton, Mrs. Barbara Bruchet and Mrs. Cynthia Russel. The Guild first operated from the Red Cross Rooms. In 1964, the organization moved to the lower level of the Bowman Centre. The Guild offered a variety of classes including weaving, copper, lether, novelties, rugs, petit point, glovemaking, guiltting, knitting, tooled leather and flowers. In 1953 the Guild counted 134 paid members with 10-30 active member core. The activities also included discussions, demonstrations and exhibites. In 1964, Potters group withdrew from the Lethbridge Handicraft Guild. From 1966 to 1974 the following members received Life Membership: Cynthia Russel, Nell Clarke, Lovina Stringam, Etta Johnston.
Scope and Content
2012.1043/001 Correspondence 2005; meeting minutes 1994-2002; publication clippings; list of officers, 6 photos 2012.1043/002 Shows and displays 15 slides 2012.1043/003 Guild history, 1962; correspondence, records 1950-1965 2012.1043/004 Ledger 1964-1977 2012.1043/005 Bowman Centre 1964; newsletter 1987-1990 2012.1043/006 Membership lists various years 2012.1043/007 Administrative records 1952-1955 2012.1043/008 Administrative records 1949-1951 2012.1043/009 Administrative records 1955-1965 2012.1043/010 Guild history manuscript 1949-1993; newsletters 1987-1992; 185 photos 2012.1043/011 Minutes 1976-1982 2012.1043/012 Minutes 1971-1976 2012.1043/013 Minutes 1949-1958 2012.1043/014 Minutes 1958-1966 2012.1043/015 Exhibit Weaving notes and samples, cards and invoices 1958-1960 2012.1091/001 Financial records 2000-2006 2012.1091/002 Financial records 1991-1999 2012.1091/003 Financial records 1979-1991 2012.1091/004 Financial records 1974-1982 2012.1091/005 Minutes 1990-1993 2012.1091/006 Minutes 1993-1997 2012.1091/007 Minutes 1982-1987; annual reports 1982-1987; petty cash 1982-83 2012.1091/008 Minutes 1987-1990 2012.1091/009 Handicraft sales 1978-1989 2012.1091/010 Minutes 1997-1998; 1998-1999; 2000-2001; membership list 1997-1998; 1998-1999
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20121043
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Lethbridge Maple Leafs Worlds Amateur Champions

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Date Range
1951-1952
Description Level
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Accession No.
20191055015
Physical Description
10 X 7 bw photographic print
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Maple Leafs were an senior hockey team, based out of Lethbridge, AB. The 1951 team was selected to represent Canada in the World Ice Hockey Championships in Paris, France. They won the gold medal at the 1951 Championships in Paris, France, and the Sir Winston Chuchill Cup. The print …
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Date Range
1951-1952
Description Level
Item
Creator
ENMAX Centre
Physical Description
10 X 7 bw photographic print
History / Biographical
The ENMAX (formerly Sportsplex) Centre is a multipurpose facility operated by the City of Lethbridge. The complex was built in 1975 in preparation for the Canada Games.
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Maple Leafs were an senior hockey team, based out of Lethbridge, AB. The 1951 team was selected to represent Canada in the World Ice Hockey Championships in Paris, France. They won the gold medal at the 1951 Championships in Paris, France, and the Sir Winston Chuchill Cup. The print shows the team photo after they won their championship title. Top Row: D. Flanigan, D. McLean, D. Grey (coach), W. Rimstad, B. Gibson, S. Obodiac, T. Wood, H. Negrello (captain), B. Flick Middle Row: M. Roth, J. Malacko, M. Hughes, B. Chandler, D. Vogan. Bottom Row: A. Milroy, K. Sorokoski, L. Siray, B. Knibbs.
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20191055015
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Lethbridge Native Sons 1953-1954

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Date Range
1952-1953
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Accession No.
20191055018
Physical Description
14 X 12 bw photographic print
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Native Sons were a Canadian Junior A hockey team, based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1948-56. In 1953-54 the team finished third in their division and lost in the quarter finals of the playoffs. Front Row: George De rappard, Dick McGh…
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Date Range
1952-1953
Description Level
Item
Creator
ENMAX Centre
Physical Description
14 X 12 bw photographic print
History / Biographical
The ENMAX (formerly Sportsplex) Centre is a multipurpose facility operated by the City of Lethbridge. The complex was built in 1975 in preparation for the Canada Games.
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Native Sons were a Canadian Junior A hockey team, based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1948-56. In 1953-54 the team finished third in their division and lost in the quarter finals of the playoffs. Front Row: George De rappard, Dick McGhee, Ed Zemrau, Gerry Koehle, Ken Brown, Gerry Sorenson, Ron Morgan Second Row: Byron McDonald (coach), Jim Powers, Ron Hemmerling, Ed Bruchet (manager), E.S. Neils (president), Larry Ruptash, Ron Yanosik, Babe Phalen (trainer) Third Row: Art Hart, Earl Ingarfield, Les Colwill, Bill Voss, Dick Lamoureux, John MacMillan.
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20191055018
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Lethbridge Native Sons Abbott Cup Finals 1952-53

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Date Range
1952-1953
Description Level
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Accession No.
20191055017
Physical Description
10 X 7 bw photographic print
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Native Sons were a Canadian Junior A hockey team, based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1948-56. The team won their league in the 1952-53 season. They advanced to the Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs, but lost in the Western Finals. …
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Date Range
1952-1953
Description Level
Item
Creator
ENMAX Centre
Physical Description
10 X 7 bw photographic print
History / Biographical
The ENMAX (formerly Sportsplex) Centre is a multipurpose facility operated by the City of Lethbridge. The complex was built in 1975 in preparation for the Canada Games.
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Native Sons were a Canadian Junior A hockey team, based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1948-56. The team won their league in the 1952-53 season. They advanced to the Western Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs, but lost in the Western Finals. Front Row, left to right: Butch McDonald (coach), captain Billy Dea, Larry Winder, Seath Martin, Jerry Koehle, Les Colwill, Clarence Jaster, Ed Bruchet (manager) Second Row: E.S. Niels (president), Roger LaPlante, Steve Arisman, Harold Jones, Ed Ferenz, Dave Magee, Earl Ingarfield, Dick Ward (assistant trainer), Babe Phalen (trainer) Back Row: Bud Laidler, Ed Zemrau, Don Smith, Howie Yanosik, Bill Sinclair, Jerry Sorenson, Dick Lamoureaux.
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20191055017
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Lethbridge Native Sons Team Photo '55-'56

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Date Range
1955-1956
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Accession No.
20191055006
Physical Description
10 X 7.5 bw photographic print
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Native Sons were a junior hockey team, based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Southern Alberta Junior League from 1946-48, and then moved to the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1949-56. After the 1956 season, the Western Canada Junior Hockey League folded, along with th…
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Date Range
1955-1956
Description Level
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Creator
ENMAX Centre
Physical Description
10 X 7.5 bw photographic print
History / Biographical
The ENMAX (formerly Sportsplex) Centre is a multipurpose facility operated by the City of Lethbridge. The complex was built in 1975 in preparation for the Canada Games.
Scope and Content
The Lethbridge Native Sons were a junior hockey team, based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Southern Alberta Junior League from 1946-48, and then moved to the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1949-56. After the 1956 season, the Western Canada Junior Hockey League folded, along with the Native Sons; however, the team was revived in 1960. Front Row (left to right): A. McLuskey, J. Nicholl, C. Grisak , G. Wood, J. MacMillan, D. Caunt. Second Row: Bill Ramsden (coach), Paul Rusznak (trainer), L. Travis, N. Usselman, J. Kosiancic, A. Tambellini, A. Drobot, Ed. Buchet (manager), E.S. Neils (president). Third Row: L. Ruptash, J. Powers, B. Voss, L. McLaren, A. Erickson, A. Dipasquale.
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20191055006
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Sicks' Lethbridge Native Sons League Winners 1950-51

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Date Range
1950-1951
Description Level
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Accession No.
20191055013
Physical Description
9.5 X 7 bw photographic print
Scope and Content
Sicks' Lethbridge Native Sons were a Canadian Junior A hockey team based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1948-1956. The team competed, and won, their league in 1950-51, which led them to the playoffs. They lost in the semi-finals round of the playoffs.…
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Date Range
1950-1951
Description Level
Item
Creator
ENMAX Centre
Physical Description
9.5 X 7 bw photographic print
History / Biographical
The ENMAX (formerly Sportsplex) Centre is a multipurpose facility operated by the City of Lethbridge. The complex was built in 1975 in preparation for the Canada Games.
Scope and Content
Sicks' Lethbridge Native Sons were a Canadian Junior A hockey team based in Lethbridge, AB. They played in the Western Canada Junior Hockey League from 1948-1956. The team competed, and won, their league in 1950-51, which led them to the playoffs. They lost in the semi-finals round of the playoffs. The print is a team photo of the League Winners 1950-51. Front Row: E.S. Niels, President, J. Yucytus, K. McDonald, P. Melnechuk, S. Martin, J. Rollingson, H. Yanosik, Ed Bruchet, Manager. Second Row: Babe Phalen, Trainer, B. Onfrechuk , G. Fielder, S. Arisman, N. Hyssop, C. Hockley, J. Towle, J. Poalone, Pete Slobodian, Coach. Back Row: B. Dea, D. Lamoureux, J. Connors, J. Wood.
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20191055013
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