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Lethbridge Native Sons 1953-1954

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Date Range
1952-1953
Description Level
Item
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.
Accession No.
20191055018
Collection
Archive
Images
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Date Range
1938-1972
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20011020000
Physical Description
732 items
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of 732 photographic negatives and prints. Almost all of the negatives and photographs are landscapes taken in the foothills of southwestern Alberta. About 10 percent of the fonds deals with other subjects, among them: Lethbridge street scenes and parades, the Sons of Freedom, Let…
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1938-1972
Creator
William Fruet
Physical Description
732 items
Physical Condition
Very Good
History / Biographical
William Fruet was born and raised in Zurich, Switzerland. He emigrated to Canada in 1924, living first in southern Saskatchewan and then in Lethbridge from 1926 until his death. Mr. Furet married Genevieve (Jenny) Louise Fruet and the couple had two sons and two daughters: William (wife Ida), Stanley, Maxine (Mrs. Gerald Ikle), and Carol (Mrs. Tim Walker). In 1938 Mr. Fruet opened Fruet Studio, which he owned and operated until his retirement in 1972. Mr. Fruet specialized in portraits, child studies and grauation photographs. For some years he was responsible for taking class photographs in the Lethbridge public school system. Mr. Fruet was a member of the Miners Library Club and the Labour Club. William Fruet died on 7 October 1973, age 67, and is buried in Mountain View Cemetery. Additional information: The original print entitled "Alberta Foothills" (negative 20011020176) with framing 22 3/4" h x 16" was published into the Victoria Salon of Photography catalog. William Fruet was invited to exhibit at the International Exhibition of Pictorial Photography hosted by Leicester & Leicestershire Photography Society to be held in the City Art Gallery - New Walk - Leicester from April 6 th to May 5 th 1946. The print is owned by Virginia Barr, who kindly provided the information to the Galt Museum & Archives. The information suggests that the Alberta Foothills series of landscapes were produced by William Fruet in the 1940s.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of 732 photographic negatives and prints. Almost all of the negatives and photographs are landscapes taken in the foothills of southwestern Alberta. About 10 percent of the fonds deals with other subjects, among them: Lethbridge street scenes and parades, the Sons of Freedom, Lethbridge schools, teachers and students, and experimental portrait work.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20011020000
Collection
Archive
Less detail