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Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
IRON
Catalogue Number
P19990032076
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
IRON
No. Pieces
1
Diameter
1.5
Description
1.5 CM (D). IRON; CIRCULAR; MINOR INACTIVE SURFACE CORROSION THROUGHOUT; POSSIBLY .60 CALIBER; WEIGHT 15.95 GMS. ***NOTE*** THIS ARTIFACT MAY BE LABELED AS P19990032009-GA (THERE IS NO ARTIFACT LABELED P19990032076-GA). THIS PROBLEM WAS PREVIOUSLY NOTED IN 2004 AND 2006 INVENTORIES. MOST RECENTLY NOTED IN 2011.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
ARTIFACT WAS RECOVERED FROM SITE DKPF-5; COORDINATES: SITE 3; VERTICAL COORDINATES: 2.0 X 1.0; FIELD NUMBER: FRAME 33, PLAT F. PROBABLY FIRED FROM A .60 CALIBER MUSKET.
Catalogue Number
P19990032076
Acquisition Date
1999-05
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LEAD
Catalogue Number
P19990032018
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
LEAD
No. Pieces
1
Diameter
1.3
Description
CIRCULAR; DAMAGED; MINOR INACTIVE SURFACE CORRISION THROUGHOUT; .50 CALIBER; WEIGHT 13.28 GMS.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
ARTIFACT WAS RECOVERED FROM SITE DKPF-5; COORDINATES: SITE 2; VERTICAL COORDINATES: 2.5 X 1.5. FIELD NUMBER: FRAME 22, PLAT D.
Catalogue Number
P19990032018
Acquisition Date
1999-05
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LEAD
Catalogue Number
P19990032017
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
LEAD
No. Pieces
1
Diameter
1.5
Description
CIRCULAR; DAMAGED WITH HOLES; MINOR INACTIVE SURFACE CORRISION THROUGHOUT; .50 CALIBER; WEIGHT 20.36 GMS.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
ARTIFACT WAS RECOVERED FROM SITE DKPF-5; COORDINATES: SITE 2; VERTICAL COORDINATES: 1.5 X 1.5. FIELD NUMBER: FRAME 34, PLAT C.
Catalogue Number
P19990032017
Acquisition Date
1999-05
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LEAD
Catalogue Number
P19990032016
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
LEAD
No. Pieces
1
Diameter
1.3
Description
CIRCULAR; MINOR INACTIVE SURFACE CORRISION THROUGHOUT; .50 CALIBER; WEIGHT 13.95 GMS.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
ARTIFACT WAS RECOVERED FROM SITE DKPF-5; COORDINATES: SITE 2; VERTICAL COORDINATES: 2.0 X 0.5. FIELD NUMBER: FRAME 1, PLAT E.
Catalogue Number
P19990032016
Acquisition Date
1999-05
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LEAD
Catalogue Number
P19990032062
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
LEAD
No. Pieces
1
Diameter
1.4
Description
OVAL; SLIGHT DAMAGE; RAMROD MARKINGS; MINOR INACTIVE SURFACE CORROSION THROUGHOUT; .50 CALIBER; WEIGHT -----.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
ARTIFACT WAS RECOVERED FROM SITE DKPF-5; COORDINATES: SITE 3; VERTICAL COORDINATES: 2.5 X 0.5; FIELD NUMBER: FRAME 27, PLAT F.
Catalogue Number
P19990032062
Acquisition Date
1999-05
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
IRON
Catalogue Number
P19990032063
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1860
Date Range To
1870
Materials
IRON
No. Pieces
1
Diameter
1.5
Description
CIRCULAR; MINOR INACTIVE SURFACE CORROSION THROUGHOUT; PROBABLY .60 CALIBER; WEIGHT 15.95 GMS.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
ARTIFACT WAS RECOVERED FROM SITE DKPF-5; COORDINATES: SITE 3; VERTICAL COORDINATES: 2.0 X 1.0; FIELD NUMBER: FRAME 33, PLAT F.
Catalogue Number
P19990032063
Acquisition Date
1999-05
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
NO.4 SPIKE BAYONET W/ SCABBARD & FROG
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
STEEL, COTTON WEBBING
Catalogue Number
P19970073048
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
NO.4 SPIKE BAYONET W/ SCABBARD & FROG
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Materials
STEEL, COTTON WEBBING
No. Pieces
3
Height
3.7
Length
29.2
Width
5.1
Description
1. FROG: DOUBLE LAYER OF DRAB GREEN WEB MATERIAL, 13CM (L) X 3.7CM (W). TWO LAYERS SEPARATE AT TOP TO FORM LOOP TO SLIP OVER WAIST BELT. DOUBLE-LOOP OF WEBBING ON THE FRONT SECURES SCABBARD OF BAYONET. NO MARKINGS. 2. SCABBARD: TAPERED HOLLOW IRON SCABBARD WITH KNOBBED END AND HOLE IN TIP. CIRCULAR KNOB ON SIDE NEAR TOP, WHICH SECURES SCABBARD BETWEEN THE TWO LOOPS OF FROG. SURFACE CORROSION. 3. SPIKE BAYONET. SLIGHTLY TAPERED SPIKE WITH TIP FLATTENED ON TWO SIDES TO FORM POINT. DEVICE AT TOP TO CONNECT TO RIFLE, CONSISTS OF HOLLOW CYLINDER AND SPRING-LOADED TAB AT BACK TO RELEASE HOLD ON RIFLE. TOP PORTION OF SPIKE IS OILED BLACK. ENGRAVED "NO.4 MK.II. S". FOR ENFIELD RIFLE.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-EDGED
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
DONATED TO LEGION BY UNKNOWN DONOR, THEN TO MUSEUM BY LEGION. FOR HISTORY OF COLLECTION SEE P19970073001-GA. HISTORY AND USE OF PIECE UNKNOWN. *UPDATE* IN 2012 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT DAVID SMITH CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF MILITARY OBJECTS. HE WAS UNABLE TO DISCOVER NEW INFORMATION ABOUT THE ORIGINAL OWNER, BUT WAS ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE COUNTRY OR ORIGIN AND SITE OF PRODUCTION. ACCORDING TO THE BAYONET IDENTIFICATION GUIDE WITH WORLDBAYONETS ONLINE, “APPROVED IN NOVEMBER 1939 THE NO. 4 MK. I BAYONET WAS SHORT, LIGHT, STURDY, AND UNAPPEALING. SINCE THE GOVERNMENT ARMS FACTORIES WERE ALREADY RUNNING AT CAPACITY PRODUCING RIFLES AND MACHINE GUNS, PRIVATE CONTRACTS WERE LET FOR BAYONET PRODUCTION. BECAUSE OF ITS GREAT SIMPLICITY, THE GOVERNMENT WAS ABLE TO LET CONTRACTS TO FIRMS NOT PREVIOUSLY ASSOCIATED WITH ARMS PRODUCTION. DURING THE WAR, THE NO. 4 BAYONET EVOLVED (OR DEVOLVED), WITH EACH GENERATION BECOMING MORE CRUDE AND CHEAPER TO MANUFACTURE. NEARLY 5 MILLION SPIKE BAYONETS WERE REPORTED PRODUCED. DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR, THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT CURTAILED THE USE OF COMMERCIAL TRADEMARKS TO MAKE IT MORE DIFFICULT FOR THE GERMANS TO LOCATE (AND BOMB) FACTORIES PRODUCING WAR MATERIEL. THE GOVERNMENT ASSIGNED EACH MANUFACTURER A DISPERSAL CODE TO USE IN LIEU OF THEIR TRADEMARK. DISPERSAL CODES BEGIN WITH A LETTER DENOTING THE GENERAL LOCATION (N=NORTH, M=MIDDLE, AND S= SOUTH), FOLLOWED BY UP TO THREE DIGITS. MANUFACTURERS IN NORTH AMERICA DID NOT USE DISPERSAL CODES. THE MARKING ON THE BAYONET INDICATES THAT IT WAS PRODUCED BY THE SAVAGE-STEVENS CO. OF CHICOPEE FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS. SAVAGE-STEVENS CO. MADE APPROXIMATELY 1.25 MILLION NO. 4 MK. II BAYONETS DURING 1941 AND 1942. THESE WERE PROVIDED TO BRITAIN UNDER THE LEND-LEASE ACT. SAVAGE-MADE BAYONETS ARE MUCH CRUDER FORGINGS THAN THOSE MADE BY EITHER SINGER OR LONG BRANCH.” FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P19970073048
Acquisition Date
1997-08
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1914
Date Range To
1918
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
STEEL, BRASS
Catalogue Number
P19738783000
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1914
Date Range To
1918
Materials
STEEL, BRASS
No. Pieces
1
Length
70.0
Width
2.8
Description
57.5 CM LTH. (BLADE). SERIAL #FH69285. SWORD STYLE. THE NUMBER "12" IS STAMPED ON THE BLADE. ALSO, "A CROWN AND "M"AND "M" STAMPED ON THE GUARD AND THE BLADE. INSCRIPTION ON THE UNSHARPENED SIDE OF THE BLADE READS, "MRE D'ARMES DE ST. ÉTIENNE, FÉVRIER 1845".
Subjects
ARMAMENT-EDGED
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
BELIEVED OF FRENCH OR GERMAN ORIGIN & ACQUIRED AS WW I BATTLEFIELD SOUVENIR. *UPDATE* IN 2012 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT DAVID SMITH CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF MILITARY OBJECTS. HE WAS UNABLE TO DISCOVER NEW INFORMATION ABOUT THE ORIGINAL OWNER, BUT WAS ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE COUNTRY OR ORIGIN AND SITE OF PRODUCTION. THE ‘MANUFACTURE D'ARMES DE SAINT-ÉTIENNE’ WAS A FRENCH STATE-OWNED MANUFACTURING COMPANY LOCATED IN THE TOWN OF SAINT-ÉTIENNE. IT HAS SINCE BEEN MERGED INTO THE STATE-OWNED NEXTER DEFENSE CONGLOMERATE. THE ROYAL ARMS MANUFACTURE WAS CREATED IN 1764 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE GENERAL INSPECTOR OF THE ROYAL ARMS MANUFACTURE OF CHARLEVILLE. IN 1838, THE ANNUAL PRODUCTION WAS WELL OVER 30,000 FIREARMS. IN 1864, THE MODERN FACTORY WAS BUILT, NEW STEAM-POWERED MACHINES WERE INSTALLED AND THE FIRST MILITARY STANDARDIZED BOLT ACTION RIFLE, THE CHASSEPOT, WAS PRODUCED FROM 1866 ON, THEN THE GRAS RIFLE AFTER 1874. THIS BAYONET WAS MADE IN FEBRUARY OF 1846 AT THE FRENCH STATE ARSENAL, MANUFACTURE D'ARMES DE SAINT-ÉTIENNE. THOUGH CREATED IN 1845, THE YATAGHAN SWORD BAYONET IS USED ON THE 11 MM CHASSEPOT NEEDLE-FIRE RIFLE PRODUCED IN 1866 AND CAN ALSO MOUNT TO THE 11 MM GRAS RIFLE PRODUCED AFTER 1874. THE TERM "YATAGHAN" IS DERIVED FROM THE TURKISH WORD FOR "ONE WHO LAYS DOWN" TO DESCRIBE THE DOWNWARD-SWEEPING DOUBLE-CURVE BLADE PROFILE. THE DOUBLE-CURVE ADDED STRENGTH AND RIGIDITY WHILE KEEPING THE HILT AND POINT IN ALIGNMENT FOR THRUSTING EFFICIENCY. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P19738783000
Acquisition Date
1973-08
Collection
Museum
Images
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Other Name
PRACTICE OR DUMMY BOMB
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
STEEL
Catalogue Number
P19930066004
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
PRACTICE OR DUMMY BOMB
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Materials
STEEL
No. Pieces
1
Length
46
Diameter
7.4
Description
WHITE PAINTED STEEL JACKET WITH HANGING RING AND TAIL FIN. RING ATTACHED TO SPLIT PIN HOLDS METAL TAG READING "IF BOMB IS NOT DROPPED REPLACE SPLIT PIN BEFORE REMOVING FROM CARRIER AND SECURE SAFETY PIN WITH SUITABLE WIRE". REVERSE READS "WIRE SURROUNDING BOMB TO BE REMOVED & SPLIT PIN WITHDRAWN.....BOMB HAS BEEN PLACED ON CARRIER." TAG IS BENT AND SCRATCHED CONSIDERABLY. STAMPED INTO JACKET ABOVE HANGING RING IS "11 1/2 LBI IMI40". STAMPED IN INK BELOW AND TO THE RIGHT IS "I.M...INSP..." (NOW ILLEGIBLE), ENCLOSED IN CIRCLE. PAINT IS CRACKING AND CHIPPED THROUGHOUT, WITH MINOR SURFACE CORROSION.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
USED AS A PRACTICE BOMB BY TRAINING UNITS IN CANADIAN MILITARY. COLLECTED BY REED AINSCOUGH. SEE RECORD FOR P19930066001-GA. DUMMY BOMBS RELEASED SMOKE TO AID TRAINING CREWS IN DETERMINING ACCURACY OF PRACTICE BOMBING. THE BOMBS WERE THEN COLLECTED AND RE-USED FOR FURTHER TRAINING. *UPDATE* IN 2012 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT DAVID SMITH CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF MILITARY OBJECTS. HE WAS ABLE TO DISCOVER NEW INFORMATION ABOUT THE ORIGINAL OWNER. HE LEARNED THE FOLLOWING: ACCORDING TO HIS OBITUARY IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, REED WILSON AINSCOUGH WAS BORN IN CARDSTON ALBERTA ON JUNE 21, 1918, WAS EDUCATED IN MACLEOD AND PASSED AWAY ON OCTOBER 20, 1993. IN THE WOLFORD AREA HISTORY BOOK TITLED: FROM LUMPY BUTTE, MEMORIES LIVE FOREVER, AINSCOUGH’S WIFE (BUCK CRAIG) WROTE, “AINSCOUGH JOINED THE 93RD BATTERY IN 1940. (ANOTHER ACCOUNT WITHIN THE SAME HISTORY BOOK SUGGESTS THAT AINSCOUGH ENLISTED AT CALGARY IN JANUARY OF 1942.) THE BATTERY INCLUDED A TROOP FROM CARDSTON AND GRANUM. BEN HIGGS AND REED JOINED UP TOGETHER AND WENT TO VICTORIA TO QUALIFY FOR THEIR COMMISSIONS AS LIEUTENANTS IN THE ARTILLERY. AFTER A FEW MONTHS IN BRANDON, HE AND BEN WENT THEIR SEPARATE WAYS. BEN WENT TO ITALY AND REED FIRST SERVED IN BORDEN, ENGLAND AS A GUN POSITION OFFICER AND THEN JOINED THE “E” TROOP OF THE 91ST BATTERY, WHICH SERVED IN NORMANDY AND N.W. EUROPE. HE DID TAKE SOME TIME IN JULY 1942 TO MARRY BUCK CRAIG. REED SERVED AS A FORWARD OBSERVATION OFFICER WITH THE ARTILLERY. HE WAS WOUNDED IN THE NORMANDY REGION. AINSCOUGH’S OBITUARY IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD STATES THAT HE WAS WOUNDED NEAR CAEN, WHILE THE DESCRIPTION WRITTEN BY HIS WIFE IN THE WOLFORD HISTORY BOOK CLAIMS HE WAS WOUNDED NEAR ROUEN. BOTH LOCATIONS ARE IN THE NORMANDY REGION OF FRANCE. AFTER SPENDING TEN MONTHS IN THE HOSPITAL, HE RETURNED TO THE FIELD AND SERVED IN HOLLAND WITH THE 110TH BATTERY, 15TH FIELD REGIMENT JUST BEFORE ARMISTICE. AINSCOUGH RECEIVED SIX MEDALS AND WAS DISCHARGED WITH THE RANK OF CAPTAIN. AFTER RETURNING TO FORT MACLEOD, HE WAS PERSUADED TO COMMAND THE 93RD BATTERY. HE ALSO COMMANDED THE FORT MACLEOD CADET CORPS AND FORMED THREE OTHER CADET CORPS – IN PINCHER CREEK, ST. PAUL’S AND ST. MARY’S CORPS ON THE BLOOD RESERVE. AFTER THE CONCLUSION OF WWII, HE RETURNED HOME TO FORT MACLEOD. HE LATER MOVED TO MEDICINE HAT AND HELD THE RANK OF LIEUTENANT COLONEL WITH THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA LIGHT HORSE REGIMENT." FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P19930066004
Acquisition Date
1993-09
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
PRACTICE OR DUMMY BOMB
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
STEEL
Catalogue Number
P19920045001
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
PRACTICE OR DUMMY BOMB
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Materials
STEEL
No. Pieces
1
Length
44.4
Diameter
8
Description
STEEL JACKET WITH HANGING RING & TAIL FIN. PAINTED WHITE WITH GREY UNDERCOAT. EXTENSIVE SURFACE CORROSION. TAIL FIN HOUSING BENT. EXTENDED LENGTH OF SHAFT BETWEEN HOUSING & TAIL FIN, ABOUT TWO INCHES.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
PRACTICE BOMB USED AT NO.8 BOMBING & GUNNERY SCHOOL LETHBRIDGE DURING W.W.II. BOMBS RELEASED SMOKE WHICH HELPED TRAINING CREWS DETERMINE ACCURACY OF BOMBING. BOMBS WERE COLLECTED & REUSED. DONOR TRAINED AT LETHBRIDGE WHICH WAS 1 OF MANY SITES ACROSS CANADA THAT TRAINED AIR CREW FOR W.W.II AS PART OF THE COMMONWEALTH AIR TRAINING PLAN. DONOR BORN IN MAY 20 1922 IN GLADSTONE N.B., ENLISTED OCT.22 1942 & POSTED TO BRANDON MAN. EARLY JAN. 1943 ENTERED WAR TIME MERGENCY TRAINING PROGRAMME, WINNIPEG MAN. MAR. 27 1943, POSTED TO NO. 7 BOMBING & GUNNERY SCHOOL, TARMAC DUTY PAULSON MAN., FOLLOWED BY #7 INITIAL TRAINING SCHOOL, SASKATOON & THEN TO #8 BOMBING & GUNNERY SCHOOL AT LETHBRIDGE AB. IN OCT, 1943. THEN TO #2 AIR OBSERVER SCHOOL AT EDMONTON IN FEB. 1944. GRADUATED SARGENT AIR BOMBER MAR. 24 1944. SAILED FROM HALIFAX JUNE 2 1944, TO ADVANCED FLYING SCHOOL MILAM ENGLAND. ACTIVE DUTY FROM AUG. 1944 UNTIL AUG 1945, WHEN RETURNED TO CANADA, DISCHARGED OCT. 1, 1945 AT WINNIPEG AS WARRANT OFFICER.
Catalogue Number
P19920045001
Acquisition Date
1992-08
Collection
Museum
Images
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Other Name
PRACTICE OR DUMMY BOMB
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
STEEL
Catalogue Number
P19920045002
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
PRACTICE OR DUMMY BOMB
Date Range From
1939
Date Range To
1945
Materials
STEEL
No. Pieces
1
Length
39.8
Diameter
7.6
Description
STEEL JACKET WITH HANGING RING & TAIL FIN. PAINTED WHITE WITH GREY UNDERCOAT. EXTENSIVE SURFACE CORROSION. TAIL FIN HOUSING BENT.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
PRACTICE BOMB USED AT NO.8 BOMBING & GUNNERY SCHOOL LETHBRIDGE DURING W.W.II. BOMBS RELEASED SMOKE WHICH HELPED TRAINING CREWS DETERMINE ACCURACY OF BOMBING. BOMBS WERE COLLECTED & REUSED. DONOR TRAINED AT LETHBRIDGE WHICH WAS 1 OF MANY SITES ACROSS CANADA WHICH TRAINED AIR CREW FOR W.W.II AS PART OF THE COMMONWEALTH AIR TRAINING PLAN. SEE P19920045001-GA FOR ADDITIONAL HISTORY.
Catalogue Number
P19920045002
Acquisition Date
1992-08
Collection
Museum
Images
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Other Name
BOW & ARROW SET
Date Range From
1900
Date Range To
1910
Material Type
Artifact
Catalogue Number
P19780054000
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
BOW & ARROW SET
Date Range From
1900
Date Range To
1910
No. Pieces
5
Description
.1 BOWL. 100.3 CM LTH. X 3.2 CM WTH. CHOKECHERRY WOOD, HORSE HAIR, LEATHER THONG, FEATHER. YELLOW, WHITE, RED, BLACK. BOW STRING APPEARS TO HAVE SHRUNK. BOW AND ARROWS HAVE BEEN RECENTLYPAINTED. .2 ARROW. 78.7 CM LTH. WILLOW WOOD. PAINTED BROWNISH-RED. MISSING SPEAR HEAD. HAS 3 HAWK OR OWL (?) FEATHERS ATTACHED. WHERE FEATHERS ARE ATTACHED THE ARROW SHAFT IS PAINTED ONLY WITH RED SPOTS. .3 ARROW. DESCRIPTION SAME AS .2 .4 ARROW. 79.3 CM LTH. ARROW ONLY HAS 2 FEATHERS ATTACHED TO IT. .5 ARROW. 78.7 CM LTH. DESCRIPTION THE SAME AS .2
Subjects
INDIGENOUS
ARMAMENT-EDGED
Historical Association
ARCHAEOLOGY
History
BLACKFOOT OR KAINAI.
Catalogue Number
P19780054000
Acquisition Date
1978-07
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
CARDBOARD, BRASS, METAL
Catalogue Number
P20130012001
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Materials
CARDBOARD, BRASS, METAL
No. Pieces
23
Height
8.3
Length
13.4
Width
3
Description
A. CARDBOARD BOX, BROWN PRINTED WITH YELLOW BACKGROUND, BLUE BORDERS AND IMAGES, AND BLUE TEXT, 13.4CM LONG X 3CM WIDE X 8.3CM TALL. FRONT OF BOX HAS FRONT HAS TEXT “ “SUPER-CLEAN, SMOKELESS, MADE IN CANADA BY, CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED, “DOMINION” AMMUNITION DIVISION, MONTREAL, CANADA” PRINTED WITH “C-I-L” LOGO. LEFT AND RIGHT SIDES OF BOX HAS WHITE TEXT PRINTED ON BLUE BACKGROUND “TWENTY “DOMINION” .303 BRITISH COPPER POINT” AND BLUE TEXT PRINTED ON YELLOW BACKGROUND “SMOKELESS, HIGH VELOCITY, 180 GRAIN BULLET, “SUPER-CLEAN””. BACK OF BOX HAS IMAGE OF BULLET WITH TEXT “DOMINION .303 BRITISH COPPER POINT” PRINTED ON IMAGE IN BLUE AND WHITE. FRONT OF BOX HAS TEXT “TWENTY .303 BRITISH, COPPER POINT, HIGH VELOCITY” IN WHITE ON BLUE BACKGROUND AROUND BULLET. BACK HAS BLUE TEXT ON YELLOW BACKGROUND “”SUPER-CLEAN”, SMOKELESS, THESE “SUPER-CLEAN” CARTRIDGES ARE GUARANTEED TO BE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY, POWERFUL, ACCURATE TO EXTREME RANGES AND “ALWAYS DEPENDABLE.” ALL “DOMINION” CARTRIDGES HAVE “SUPER-CLEAN” NON-MERCURIC PRIMING AND NON-FOULING BULLETS, WHICH KEEP THE RIFLE BORE IN PERFECT CONDITION. “MADE IN CANADA””. TOP OF BOX HAS BLUE TEXT ON YELLOW BACKGROUND, BESIDE “C-I-L” LOGO, “SUPER-CLEAN, ADAPTED TO, B.S.A., ROSS, LEE-METFORD, GIBBS, GREENER, REMINGTON, LEE-ENFIELD, AND WINCHESTER RIFLES., (WILL NOT INTERCHANGE WITH .303 SAVAGE)”. TOP HAS BLUE TEXT PRINTED ON INSIDE FLAP, “NOTE, BE SURE TO RETURN THIS CARTON WITH SAMPLE CARTRIDGE IF COMMUNICATING WITH US ON THE CONTENTS OF THIS PACKAGE. A SPECIAL TREATMENT OF THE NECK OF THESE CARTRIDGES PROTECTS THEM FROM DETERIORATION, ENSURES UNIFORM CRIMPING, GREATER ACCURACY AND LONGER LIFE.” INSIDE OF TOP FLAP HAS BLACK STAMPED TEXT “A.A.H.H.S., IP 51”. INSIDE OF TOP FLAP HAS BLACK RESIDUE FROM CARTRIDGES IN ROWS OF CIRCLES. INSIDE OF BOX IS BROWN CARDBOARD AND IS STAINED. OUTSIDE OF BOX IS STAINED WITH GREY; EDGES OF BOX ARE WORN AND FRAYED. BASE OF BOX HAS TEARS IN CARDBOARD AND CREASES AT CORNERS. OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. B. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. C. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. D. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. JACKET HAS MINOR DARK STAINING WITH FINGERPRINT IMPRESSIONS; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. E. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. JACKET IS TARNISHED; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. F. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. G. BULLET, 8CM LONG X 1.3CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS COPPER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS CIRCLE CUT IN BASE THAT HAS RED AROUND EDGES; BASE HAS TEXT ENGRAVED “DOMINION .303 BRITISH”. POINT HAS LINE CUT AROUND TIP, AND POINT HAS GROOVES AROUND BASE ABOVE JACKET. OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. H. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. I. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. JACKET SHOWS MINOR CORROSION AND TARNISHING; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. J. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. JACKET HAS MINOR DARK STAINING WITH FINGERPRINT IMPRESSIONS; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. K. BULLET, 7.8CM LONG X 1.4CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS SILVER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS COPPER CIRCLE IN CENTER WITH ENGRAVED TEXT AROUND “DA, 1941, VII”. JACKET HAS THREE NARROW LINES ENGRAVED BELOW POINT. JACKET SHOWS MINOR TARNISHING; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. L. BULLET, 8CM LONG X 1.3CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS COPPER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS CIRCLE CUT IN BASE THAT HAS RED AROUND EDGES; BASE HAS TEXT ENGRAVED “DOMINION .303 BRITISH”. POINT HAS LINE CUT AROUND TIP, AND POINT HAS GROOVES AROUND BASE ABOVE JACKET. JACKET SHOWS MINOR TARNISHING AND CORROSION; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. M. BULLET, 8CM LONG X 1.3CM DIAMETER. BRASS JACKET WITH COPPER POINT; POINT HAS COPPER FINISHING. BASE OF CARTRIDGE HAS CIRCLE CUT IN BASE THAT HAS RED AROUND EDGES; BASE HAS TEXT ENGRAVED “DOMINION .303 BRITISH”. POINT HAS LINE CUT AROUND TIP, AND POINT HAS GROOVES AROUND BASE ABOVE JACKET. JACKET SHOWS MINOR TARNISHING AND CORROSION; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. N. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. O. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. P. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. Q. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. R. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. S. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. T. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. U. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; BASE OF SLIT HAS CREASE THAT RUNS DOWN FRONT OF CARDBOARD. OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. V. CARDBOARD INSERT, 4.1CM LONG X 2.5CM WIDE. CARDBOARD PIECE WITH SLIT DOWN THE CENTER TO THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO ROUNDED POINTS ON EITHER SIDE OF SLIT. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK; EDGES ARE WORN; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. W. CARDBOARD INSERT, 14CM LONG X 7.4CM WIDE. TOP OF INSERT HAS 9 SLITS WITH ROUNDED POINTS BETWEEN SLITS. CARDBOARD IS STAINED BLACK AND GREY ALONG POINTS ON FRONT AND BACK. FRONT HAS CREASE RUNNING FROM SLIT TO LOWER EDGE ON LEFT SIDE; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
LEISURE
History
THE AMMUNITION, COLLECTED DIRECTLY FROM THE LETHBRIDGE REGIONAL POLICE SERVICE, WAS OWNED AND DONATED BY LEON SALLENBACK OF LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SALLENBACK MADE HIS CAREER IN THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, BUT IN THE EARLY 1950S HAD DREAMS OF BEING “THE GREAT WHITE HUNTER”. SALLENBACK REALIZED, UPON PURCHASE OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION, THAT HE COULD NOT “HIT THE BROAD SIDE OF A BARN”. THE AMMUNITION WAS NOT USED. IN AN EMAIL WITH CATHY FLEXHAUG OF THE LETHBRIDGE REGIONAL POLICE SERVICES, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN LEARNED THAT SALLENBACK AND HIS WIFE WERE DOWNSIZING AT THE TIME OF DONATION. SALLENBACK HAD THE AMMUNITION FOR 40 YEARS AND HAD NOT TOUCHED IT, AND TODAY COULD NOT USE IT EVEN IF HE WANTED TO. FOR MORE INFORMATION INCLUDING COPIES OF THE EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE, PLEASE SEE THE PERMANENT FILE P20130012001-GA.
Catalogue Number
P20130012001
Acquisition Date
2013-07
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
CARDBOARD, BRASS, METAL
Catalogue Number
P20130012002
  2 images  
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Materials
CARDBOARD, BRASS, METAL
No. Pieces
1
Height
2.6
Length
6.9
Width
3
Description
CARDBOARD AMMUNITION BOX WITH 49 CARTRIDGES INSIDE. BOX IS BROWN CARDBOARD ON THE INSIDE, WITH OUTSIDE PRINTED YELLOW WITH BLUE BORDERS AND TEXT. BOX LID HAS TEXT “.22 LONG, SMOKELESS, DRY LUBRICATED BULLETS” BESIDE IMAGE OF A BULLET WITH “.22 LONG” PRINTED ON IMAGE. TEXT BELOW IMAGE, “SUPER-CLEAN” IN WHITE ON BLUE BACKGROUND BESIDE “C-I-L” LOGO, WITH TEXT BELOW “MADE IN CANADA BY, CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED, “DOMINION” AMMUNITION DIVISION, MONTREAL, CANADA”. LEFT AND RIGHT SIDES HAVE BLUE TEXT ON YELLOW BACKGROUND, “SUPER-CLEAN, .22 LONG, 50 R.F., SMOKELESS” AND “C-I-L” LOGO. FRONT OF BOX HAS BLUE TEXT ON YELLOW BACKGROUND “THESE CARTRIDGES ARE PRIMED WITH “SUPER-CLEAN” NON-RUSTING PRIMING. IF THE RIFLE HAS FIRST BEEN THOROUGHLY CLEANED AS “DOMINION” “SUPER-CLEAN” .22’S ARE USED EXCLUSIVELY, THEY WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE THE BORE.” BACK HAS HANDWRITTEN TEXT IN BLACK INK “76, 305” AND BLUE TEXT PRINTED ON YELLOW BACKGROUND “MADE IN CANADA BY, CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED, “DOMINION” AMMUNITION DIVISION, MONTREAL, CANADA”. TOP FLAP HAS BLUE TEXT PRINTED ON INSIDE “DANGEROUS WITHIN ONE MILE”. BOX IS WORN AT EDGES AND FADED; TOP FLAP HAS TEARS ON RIGHT SIDE, AND HEAVY WEAR AT LOWER EDGE.TOP FLAP IS CREASED ALONG LOWER LEFT CORNER; FRONT OF BOX IS STAINED WITH BLACK. OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. CARTRIDGES INSIDE BOX ARE COMPRISED OF BRASS JACKET AND GREY POINT. JACKET HAS ENGRAVED “D” ON BASE; POINT OF CARTRIDGES HAVE THREE RINGS ENGRAVED ABOVE JACKET. CARTRIDGES OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
LEISURE
History
THE AMMUNITION, COLLECTED DIRECTLY FROM THE LETHBRIDGE REGIONAL POLICE SERVICE, WAS OWNED AND DONATED BY LEON SALLENBACK OF LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SALLENBACK MADE HIS CAREER IN THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, BUT IN THE EARLY 1950S HAD DREAMS OF BEING “THE GREAT WHITE HUNTER”. SALLENBACK REALIZED, UPON PURCHASE OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION, THAT HE COULD NOT “HIT THE BROAD SIDE OF A BARN”. THE AMMUNITION WAS NOT USED. IN AN EMAIL WITH CATHY FLEXHAUG OF THE LETHBRIDGE REGIONAL POLICE SERVICES, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN LEARNED THAT SALLENBACK AND HIS WIFE WERE DOWNSIZING AT THE TIME OF DONATION. SALLENBACK HAD THE AMMUNITION FOR 40 YEARS AND HAD NOT TOUCHED IT, AND TODAY COULD NOT USE IT EVEN IF HE WANTED TO. FOR MORE INFORMATION INCLUDING COPIES OF THE EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE, PLEASE SEE THE PERMANENT FILE P20130012001-GA.
Catalogue Number
P20130012002
Acquisition Date
2013-07
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
CARDBOARD, BRASS, PLASTIC
Catalogue Number
P20130012003
  2 images  
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1950
Date Range To
1960
Materials
CARDBOARD, BRASS, PLASTIC
No. Pieces
13
Height
11.6
Length
10.8
Width
6.6
Description
A. CARDOARD TOP, 10.3CM LONG X 6.3CM WIDE. TOP FLAP OF CARDBOARD BOX; BROWN INSIDE WITH RED, YELLOW, AND BLACK TEXT AND BACKGROUND PRINTED ON TOP. TOP HAS RED BORDER ALONG UPPER EDGE WITH WHITE TEXT “CANUCK HEAVY LOAD” AND BLACK TEXT BELOW “12 GAUGE, 2 5/8 INCH, 25 SHOT SHELLS”. TOP HAS RED “C-I-L” LOGO PRINTED. TEXT BELOW PRINTED IN BOXES WITH BLACK BORDERS, FIRST BOX HAS RED BACKGROUND AND WHITE TEXT “HEAVY LOAD” AND BLACK TEXT INSIDE NEXT THREE BOXES, “OZ SHOT 1 1/8”, “SIZE OF SHOT, 5 HS”, “CODE DN, IA H6XX”. FRONT FLAP HAS BLACK TEXT PRINTED “NOTE, BE SURE TO RETURN THIS BOX WITH SAMPLE CARTRIDGE IS COMMUNICATING WITH US CONCERNING THE CONTENTS OF THIS PACKAGE. 128 P63”. BACK OF CARDBOARD HAS LOSS IN UPPER RIGHT CORNER; FLAP IS CREASED FRONT AND BACK AND WORN AT EDGES; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. B. CARDBOARD AMMUNITION BOX, 10.8CM LONG X 6.6CM WIDE X 11.6CM TALL. FRONT OF BOX PRINTED WITH RED AND BLACK IMAGE OF A SHOTGUN SHELL, AND RED BORDER ALOG TOP EDGE WITH WHITE TEXT “CANUCK HEAVY LOAD”; FRONT HAS BLACK TEXT BESIDE IMAGE “2 5/8 12 GAUGE, “SUPER-CLEAN”, “DOMINION” AMMUNITION” WITH RED “C-I-L- PRINTED; LOWER EDGE OF FRONT HAS RED BORDER WITH WHITE TEXT “WATERPROOFED, FINISHED IN “DUCO””. LEFT SIDE OF BOX HAS RED BORDERS AT TOP AND LOWER EDGE WITH WHITE TEXT PRINTED ON BORDERS, AND BLACK TEXT PRINTED BETWEEN BORDERS, TEXT “”DOMINION”, BACKED BY MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY OF EXPERIENCE IN MANUFACTURING AMMUNITION FOR CANADIAN SPORTSMEN…” WITH COMPANY STATEMENT ON QUALITY. RIGHT SIDE OF BOX HAS RED BORDERS AT TOP AND LOWER EDGE WITH WHITE TEXT PRINTED ON BORDERS, AND BLACK TEXT PRINTED BETWEEN BORDERS; TEXT “”CANUCK”, 12 GAUGE, 2 5/8 INCH, HEAVY LOAD SHOT SHELLS, CHOICE OF SHOT SIZES 2,4,5,6, 7 1/2, BB…” WITH RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SHOT SIZES AND PURPOSES, AND “CAUTION, DO NOT USE THESE SHELLS EXCEPT IN GUNS DESIGNED FOR USE WITH MODERN HEAVY LOAD SMOKELESS POWDER SHOT SHELLS…” AND STORING INSTRUCTIONS. BACK OF BOX HAS BLACK TEXT PRINTED IN BOX WITH RED BORDERS; TEXT “”CANUCK”, CANADA’S MOST POPULAR SHOT SHELL, IDEAL FOR THE SPORTSMAN WHO DESIRES A MODERATELY-PRICED “ALL-PURPOSE” SHOT SHELL, THE “CANUCK” HAS BEEN CANADA’S FAVOURITE FOR MORE THAN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS…” WITH DETAILS ON FEATURES OF THE SHELLS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE WITH FIREARMS. BASE OF BOX HAS RED BORDER ALONG TOP WITH WHITE TEXT PRINTED “CNUCK HEAVY LOAD”; BASE HAS BLACK TEXT PRINTED “12 GAUGE 2 5/8 INCH, 25 SHELL SHOTS, MADE IN CANADA BY, CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED, AMMUNITION DIVISION, MONTREAL, CANADA”. TOP FLAPS OVER BOX OPENING PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT; LEFT FLAP HAS TEXT “WARNING: IT IS DANGEROUS TO PLACE: 16 GAUGE SHELLS IN 10 GAUGE GUNS, 20 GAUGE SHELLS IN 12 GAUGE GUNS, 28 GAUGE SHELLS IN 16 OR 20 GAUGE GUNS.”; RIGHT FLAP HAS TEXT “BECAUSE: THE SMALLER SHELL WILL PASS THROUGH THE CHAMBER AND LODGE IN THE BARREL. IF, WITH THE BARREL THUS OBSTRUCTED, ANOTHER SHELL IS FIRED IN IT, THE BARREL MAY BURST WITH POSSIBLE SERIOUS INJURY TO THE SHOOTER AND BY-STANDERS. BEFORE LOADING YOUR GUN MAKE SURE THE BARREL IS NOT OBSTRUCTED.” INSIDE OF BOX IS STAINED BLACK AND GREY; FRONT OF BOX HAS GREY SQUARE PENCIL DRAWINGS; RIGHT SIDE OF BOX HAS HANDWRITTEN TEXT IN BLUE INK “20347.5, 20230, 117”. BOX IS WORN AT EDGES AND CREASED; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. C. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; BASE IS SCRATCHED AND TARNISHED; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. D. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; BASE HAS MINOR SCRATCHING; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. E. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; BASE IS SCRATCHED AND TARNISHED; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. F. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; BASE HAS MINOR SCRATCHING; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. G. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. H. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; BASE IS TARNISHED; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. I. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. J. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; BASE HAS MINOR SCRATCHING; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. K. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; BASE HAS MINOR SCRATCHING; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. L. SHOTGUN SHELL, 6CM LONG X 2.2CM DIAMETER. SHELL HAS MARBLED RED CASING WITH BRASS BASE; BASE HAS CIRCLE ENGRAVED IN MIDDLE; BASE HAS ENGRAVED TEXT ALONG EDGES “DOMINION NO 12 CANUCK, MADE IN CANADA”. TOP OF SHELL IS OPEN TO SHOW WOODEN COVER; COVER PRINTED WITH BLACK TEXT “HEAVY LOAD, 5, SMOKELESS”. CASING IS WORN; BASE HAS MINOR SCRATCHING; OVERALL EXCELLENT CONDITION. M. CARDBOARD FLAP, 3.4CM LONG X 2CM WIDE. FLAP DETACHED FROM BOX; FLAP HAS FLAT EDGE AT BASE AND ROUNDED TOP. EDGES ARE WORN AND FLAP HAS CREASE ACROSS THE MIDDLE; OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
LEISURE
History
THE AMMUNITION, COLLECTED DIRECTLY FROM THE LETHBRIDGE REGIONAL POLICE SERVICE, WAS OWNED AND DONATED BY LEON SALLENBACK OF LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SALLENBACK MADE HIS CAREER IN THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, BUT IN THE EARLY 1950S HAD DREAMS OF BEING “THE GREAT WHITE HUNTER”. SALLENBACK REALIZED, UPON PURCHASE OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION, THAT HE COULD NOT “HIT THE BROAD SIDE OF A BARN”. THE AMMUNITION WAS NOT USED. IN AN EMAIL WITH CATHY FLEXHAUG OF THE LETHBRIDGE REGIONAL POLICE SERVICES, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN LEARNED THAT SALLENBACK AND HIS WIFE WERE DOWNSIZING AT THE TIME OF DONATION. SALLENBACK HAD THE AMMUNITION FOR 40 YEARS AND HAD NOT TOUCHED IT, AND TODAY COULD NOT USE IT EVEN IF HE WANTED TO. FOR MORE INFORMATION INCLUDING COPIES OF THE EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE, PLEASE SEE THE PERMANENT FILE P20130012001-GA.
Catalogue Number
P20130012003
Acquisition Date
2013-07
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Other Name
P19840025000.1-.10-GA
Date Range From
1875
Date Range To
1900
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LEAD
Catalogue Number
P19840025000
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
P19840025000.1-.10-GA
Date Range From
1875
Date Range To
1900
Materials
LEAD
No. Pieces
10
Length
2.5
Diameter
2.0
Description
.45 CALIBRE. EACH BULLET HAS THREE CANELLURES AROUND IT'S CIRCUMFERENCE. ALL BULLETS SHOW SIGNS OF BEING FIRED AND IMPACT.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
SAFETY SERVICES
History
FOUND BY DONOR IN 1981 AT THE FORT MACLEOD RODEO GROUNDS. POSSIBLY A NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE TARGET SHOOTING RANGE AREA.
Catalogue Number
P19840025000
Acquisition Date
1984-10
Collection
Museum
Less detail
Other Name
DUMMY PARADE ROUND
Date Range From
1915
Date Range To
1925
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
LEAD
Catalogue Number
P19950048004
  1 image  
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
DUMMY PARADE ROUND
Date Range From
1915
Date Range To
1925
Materials
LEAD
No. Pieces
10
Height
7.7
Diameter
1.3
Description
TEN 303. CAL. DUMMY CARTRIDGES. CASINGS ARE LEAD WITH BRASS FINISH WHICH IS ALL MOST COMPLETELY WORN OFF ON ALL CARTRIDGES. BULLET IS MADE OF LEAD AND JACKET AND NOSE ARE ONE PIECE. EACH CASING HAS THREE LENGTHWISE INDENTATIONS IN IT AND EACH INDENT IS PAINTED RED. EACH CASING ALSO HAS FOUR SMALL HOLES DRILLED IN VARIOUS PLACES REVEALING WOOD INSIDE INSTEAD OF POWDER. PRIMER OF EACH IS SET DEEPLY WITHIN CARTRIDGE CUP. AROUND BOTTTOM OF CUP EACH HAS A DATE AND OTHER INSCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. HAS "1917", "GP-B", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH A "W" INSIDE IT. 2. HAS "1918", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" 3. HAS "1919", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" 4. HAS "1920", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" 5. HAS "1921", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" 6. HAS "1921", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" 7. HAS "1921", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" 8. HAS "1921", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" 9. HAS "1923", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" 10. HAS "1923", "VII", "D", "A" AND "C" WITH "W" EACH ROUND CASING HAS NUMEROUS TINY SCRATCHES AND IS WORN.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
SEE P19950048001-GA *UPDATE* IN 2012 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT DAVID SMITH CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF MILITARY OBJECTS. HE SPOKE WITH DONNA JACOBSON (WHO WAS A CLOSE FRIEND OF THE LATE DONOR). JACOBSON CONFIRMED BY PHONE THAT ALLEN GERTH WAS BORN IN BARRHEAD ALBERTA AND MOVED TO BASHAW AFTER WWII ENDED AND HIS FAMILY MOVED TO THE COAST. HE PASSED AWAY IN BASHAW. ALLEN GERTH HAD GIVEN THE UNIFORM TO HIS NEPHEW WILLIAM GERTH (DONOR’S BROTHER) TO KEEP WARM WHILE USING THE OPEN FRONT TRACTOR. WILLIAM GERTH NEVER USED IT AND SUBSEQUENTLY GAVE IT TO LYDIA GERTH WHO HAD THE UNIFORM AND ITEMS IN HER POSSESSION WHICH SHE STORED IN A CLOSET FOR UPWARDS OF TWENTY YEARS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P19950048004
Acquisition Date
1995-08
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Other Name
ANTI-AIRCRAFT ROUND
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
BRASS, LEAD
Catalogue Number
P19960033051
  2 images  
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
ANTI-AIRCRAFT ROUND
Date
1905
Materials
BRASS, LEAD
No. Pieces
1
Length
16
Diameter
4.4
Description
BRASS CASING WITH LEAD BULLET. CASING HAS LIPPED EDGE AROUND HAS AND SLIGHT INDENTATION NEAR TOP CREATING SHALLOW SHOULDER. FIRING MECHANISM HAS BEEN REMOVED REVEALING OPENING WITH THREADED GROOVES. STAMPED INTO BASE OF CASING IS A KING'S CROWN OVER "M" AND "C/97.98". JUST ABOVE TWO SUN LOGOS IS "IV 1905" AND "KARLSRUHE 146". POINT OF BULLET IS FLAT. CASING HAS NUMEROUS TINY SCRATCHES AND SLIGHT AMOUNT OF TARNISH.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
SHELL WAS FOUND IN STORAGE AT THE ARMOURIES AND DONATED BY THE 18TH AIR DEFENSE REGIMENT. *UPDATE* IN 2012 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT DAVID SMITH CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF MILITARY OBJECTS. HE WAS UNABLE TO DISCOVER NEW INFORMATION ABOUT THE OBJECT BECAUSE IT WAS COLLECTED IN THE INTEREST OF REPRESENTING TYPOLOGY RATHER THAN INDIVIDUAL OWNERSHIP. NO UNIQUE MARKINGS TO HELP IDENTIFY ORIGINAL OWNER.
Catalogue Number
P19960033051
Acquisition Date
1996-06
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Other Name
ANTI-AIRCRAFT ROUND
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1950
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
BRASS, LEAD, COPPER
Catalogue Number
P19960033052
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
ANTI-AIRCRAFT ROUND
Date Range From
1940
Date Range To
1950
Materials
BRASS, LEAD, COPPER
No. Pieces
1
Length
15.5
Diameter
4.4
Description
BRASS CASING WITH LEAD BULLET. CASING HAS LIPPED EDGE AROUND BASE AND SLIGHT INDENTATION AT TOP CREATING A SHALLOW SHOULDER AROUND BODY. A COPPER COLLAR IS BETWEEN CASING AND BULLET. BULLET IS ROUNDED LEAD CONE WITH A POINT. STAMPED INTO COPPER COLLAR IS "K40". STAMPED INTO BOTTOM OF SHELL IS "37-85" AND "PD.PS 178 1.18". ALSO STAMPED IS A GRENADE WITH THREE FLAMES COMING OUT OF ITS TOP. BOTTOM ALSO HAS STENCILLED BLACK INK MARKS THAT ARE MOSTLY ILLEGIBLE. CASING HAS SEVERAL SMALL DENTS AND SCRATCHES. SHELL HAS SLIGHT AMOUNTS OF TARNISH.
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
Historical Association
MILITARY
History
SHELL WAS FOUND IN STORAGE AT THE ARMOURIES AND DONATED BY THE 18TH AIR DEFENSE REGIMENT. *UPDATE* IN 2012 COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT DAVID SMITH CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF MILITARY OBJECTS. HE WAS UNABLE TO DISCOVER NEW INFORMATION ABOUT THE OBJECT BECAUSE IT WAS COLLECTED IN THE INTEREST OF REPRESENTING TYPOLOGY RATHER THAN INDIVIDUAL OWNERSHIP. NO UNIQUE MARKINGS TO HELP IDENTIFY ORIGINAL OWNER.
Catalogue Number
P19960033052
Acquisition Date
1996-06
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail
Other Name
CONTAINER WITH .38 SPECIAL ROUNDS
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
PLASTIC, NICKEL, LEAD
Catalogue Number
P20130005002
  1 image  
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
CONTAINER WITH .38 SPECIAL ROUNDS
Date
1982
Materials
PLASTIC, NICKEL, LEAD
No. Pieces
8
Height
8.5
Diameter
4
Description
.A – CLEAR PLASTIC, CYLINDRICAL CONTAINER. HANDWRITTEN TEXT IN BLACK MARKER ON OUTSIDE OF CONTAINER READS “REMOVED FROM WEAPON FIRED BY CST BRUNEAU SER.#C-808798 82-07-09 4PM” AND A SIGNATURE. CONTAINER IS SCUFFED AND WRITING IS WORN AND FADED IN SOME AREAS. OVERALL GOOD CONDITION. 8.5 X 4 X 4 .B – ROUND WHITE PLASTIC LID WITH TAB ON BOTTOM EDGE. VERY GOOD CONDITION. 1 X 4.1 X 4.1 .C - .F – AMMUNITION ROUNDS, CYLINDRICAL NICKEL CASINGS CAPPED WITH LEAD TIPS. EMBOSSED TEXT ON BOTTOMS READS “W-W SUPER 38 SPL + P”. VERY GOOD CONDITION. 4 X 1.25 X 1.25 .G - .H – CYLINDRICAL METAL CASINGS, HOLLOW. EMBOSSED TEXT ON BOTTOMS READS “W-W SUPER 38 SPL + P”. VERY GOOD CONDITION. 3.25 X 1.25 X 1.25
Subjects
ARMAMENT-AMMUNITION
CONTAINER
Historical Association
SAFETY SERVICES
History
THESE BULLETS ARE FROM THE REVOLVER THAT WAS USED BY THE DONOR, CONSTABLE LEON BRUNEAU, DURING HIS CAREER WITH THE LETHBRIDGE POLICE FORCE (P20130005001). COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN INTERVIEWED BRUNEAU ABOUT HIS POLICE WORK AND THE WEAPON ON OCTOBER 8, 2009 AND APRIL 4, 2013. BRUNEAU SAID: “THERE WAS SOMETHING IN THE PAPER ABOUT [THE LETHBRIDGE AUXILIARY POLICE]. THIS INTERESTED ME BECAUSE… I HAD BEEN WORKING FOR A PRIVATE INVESTIGATION [BUREAU] AS A SECURITY GUARD UP IN CALGARY … [SO] I THOUGHT I’D TRY THIS AUXILIARY POLICE THING AND SEE WHAT COMES OUT OF IT… I DIDN’T KNOW [THE POLICE FORCE] WERE PLANNING TO TAKE RECRUITS OUT OF THE AUXILIARY… I WAS 29 YEARS OLD [WHEN I WAS] SWORN IN… THE FIRST GUN I WAS ISSUED… WAS AN OLD MILITARY 38 THAT HAD BEEN BORED OUT… TO ACCEPT .38 SPECIAL AMMUNITION, BUT THE .38 CALIBER HOLES ARE A LITTLE BIT BIGGER THAN THE .38 SPECIALS… SO IT RATTLED AROUND IN THERE AND IT WAS AN UNSAFE THING… AS SOON AS JIM TUTTLE QUIT [IN 1965/66] I WAS IN [SERGEANT] ALBERT HACKETT’S OFFICE LIKE A SHOT. [HIS] WAS A NEW GUN AND WAS THE ONLY .38 SPECIAL WITH A ROUND BUTT, AND I WANTED IT… [HACKETT] GOT IT FOR ME AND I CARRIED IT UNTIL I RETIRED… [IT’S] THE GUN I HAD IN ’82 WHEN WE HAD THE SHOOTOUT… [THESE ARE] THE CARTRIDGE CASES AND THE FOUR UNFIRED ONES THAT CAME OUT OF MY GUN THAT DAY.” BRUNEAU CONTINUED: “THE REVOLVER ACTUALLY SAVED MY LIFE AT ONE TIME, BECAUSE IF I HADN’T FIRED IT, I MIGHT NOT BE HERE… IN JULY 1982… I WAS IN THE STATION [AT 5TH S AND 5TH AVE SOUTH] AND WE HEARD A COMMOTION, A SHOT, AND A SECOND SHOT… HOW [THE PRISONER] MIKE FRANK GOT A HOLD OF [OFFICER DARCY MURRAY’S] GUN, I DON’T KNOW. HAD WE HAD ANY WARNING ABOUT HOW VIOLENT THIS YOUNG MAN WAS, THERE PROBABLY WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE THAN ONE POLICEMAN DOWN THERE… [MURRAY WAS SHOT] THROUGH HIS ARM… WAYNE JOHNSON WAS ON THE DESK AND HE SAW THE COMMOTION ON THE CLOSED CIRCUIT TV AND WENT RUNNING DOWN THE STAIRS AND TOOK A BULLET RIGHT ABOVE HIS BODY ARMOUR [IN HIS NECK]… FRANK CAME RUNNING UP THE STAIRS… [SERGEANT] BUTCH LEE FIRED AT HIM [AND] HE RAN OUT THE FRONT DOOR… UP 5TH STREET TO 6TH AVENUE, AND WE CHASED HIM… AS HE WAS CROSSING [THE STREET] HE MADE A GRAB FOR A LITTLE OLD LADY… AND THEN HE FIRED A SHOT… BUTCH LEE AND I WERE THE FIRST ONES THERE… I THOUGHT ‘OK, WELL I’LL SHOOT HIS SHOULDER’ BUT I JUST GRAZED HIS SHOULDER, AND BUTCH FIRED FROM A DIFFERENT ANGLE AND MIKE FRANK WENT DOWN… [THEN] HE CAME UP SHOOTING… I FIGURED, ‘HE MISSED ME THIS TIME BUT HE MAY NOT MISS ME NEXT TIME, SO I BETTER SHOOT’. SO I DID. I WENT A COUPLE OF BUTTONS DOWN ON HIS SHIRT AND SQUEEZED OFF A SHOT AND HE WENT DOWN, AND THEN I HEARD A LOT OF GUNFIRE… AFTERWARDS WE FOUND OUT THERE WAS ELEVEN BULLET HOLES IN HIM… IN THAT NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH [PUBLISHED IN THE JULY 10, 1982 ISSUE OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD] I WAS STANDING THERE TALKING ON THE RADIO AFTER IT, AND HE WAS STRETCHED OUT ON THE STREET.” BRUNEAU CONCLUDED: “IT WENT THROUGH MY HEAD, PRIOR TO THIS, ‘IF I WAS CONFRONTED WITH A SITUATION LIKE THIS, COULD I ACTUALLY SHOOT SOMEONE WITH THE INTENTION OF KILLING HIM?’ AND I FOUND OUT I COULD… THAT WAS ONLY THE SECOND TIME THAT I ACTUALLY HAD TO DRAW MY FIREARM… I DON’T THINK [THE INCIDENT] ACTUALLY CHANGED ANYTHING IN TERMS OF MY STATUS AS A POLICEMAN. I JUST KEPT ON DOING MY JOB… I BOUGHT THE GUN FOR $50 WHEN I RETIRED [IN 1990]. THE DEPARTMENT SENT IT AWAY TO VANCOUVER, HAD IT ALL REFURBISHED AND HAD MY ENLISTMENT DATE, MY NAME, EVERYTHING ENGRAVED AND FILLED IN WITH GOLD.” FOR FULL INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTS, AND COPIES OF RELATED NEWSPAPER ARTICLES AND BRUNEAU’S DEPARTMENTAL COMMENDATION FOR HIS ACTIONS DURING THE SHOOTOUT, SEE PERMANENT FILE.
Catalogue Number
P20130005002
Acquisition Date
2013-03
Collection
Museum
Images
Less detail

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