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Date Range From
1925
Date Range To
1930
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
WOOD, BRASS, VELOUR
Catalogue Number
P19694116000
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1925
Date Range To
1930
Materials
WOOD, BRASS, VELOUR
No. Pieces
1
Height
128.0
Length
65.8
Width
42.5
Description
OAK CABINET, CARVED TOP. VELOUR AND WOOD SPEAKER PANEL. BRASS FITTINGS AND SWITCHES. PAPER LABEL ON BACK. "CAUTION DISCONNECT ELECTRICALPLUG BEFORE REMOVING CABINET BACK". STILL FUNCTIONAL. "WESTINGHOUSE 99".
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TELECOMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
HOME ENTERTAINMENT
EDUCATION
History
HISTORY UNKNOWN-DONATED TO SCHOOL FOR TEACHING PURPOSES. *UPDATE* IN 2010 NICOLE HEMBROFF, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT, CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF PALLET RACKING. SHE WAS UNABLE TO FIND CONTACT INFORMATION FOR DONOR OR NEXT OF KIN.
Catalogue Number
P19694116000
Acquisition Date
1969-06
Collection
Museum
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Date Range From
1900
Date Range To
1925
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
OAK, PLASTIC, TIN, STEEL
Catalogue Number
P19683246000
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1900
Date Range To
1925
Materials
OAK, PLASTIC, TIN, STEEL
No. Pieces
1
Height
20.6
Length
39.4
Width
24.1
Description
TWO DIALS NO. 1 TO 100 IN FRONT. CRACKED AND CHIPPED CABINET. WOOD BODY WITH HINGED LID AT TOP. FRONT DISPLAYS BROWN BAKELITE DIALS (2) MARKED "1" TO "100" IN ADDITION TO TWO CONTACTS, 1 JACK, AND 3 POINTERS. FRONT BOTTOM CRACKED. APPEARS THAT LABEL WAS REMOVED FROM ONE SIDE.
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TELECOMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
EDUCATION
Catalogue Number
P19683246000
Acquisition Date
1968-05
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
HOMEMADE SHORTWAVE RADIO, TUBES AND SPEAKER
Date Range From
1937
Date Range To
1950
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
METAL, GLASS, CLOTH
Catalogue Number
P20090031014
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
HOMEMADE SHORTWAVE RADIO, TUBES AND SPEAKER
Date Range From
1937
Date Range To
1950
Materials
METAL, GLASS, CLOTH
No. Pieces
7
Height
18.0
Length
25.7
Width
45.7
Description
HANDMADE METAL RADIO WITH BROADCAST DIAL. ALSO INCLUDES SPEAKER, OSCILATOR COIL, BOXED WESTINGHOUSE TUBE AND BOXED ROGERS TUBE - 7 PIECES. 1. RADIO, HANDMADE. RECTANGULAR METAL BASE. TOP HAS FOUR PERFORATED METAL COLUMNS, FIVE UNPERFORATED METAL COLUMNS, ONE HOLLOW BROWN COLUMN WRAPPED IN COPPER WIRE, THREE MEDIUM SIZED GLASS TUBES AND A SQUARE BOX MARKED "HADLEY TRANSFORMERS, LOS ANGELES". THE FRONT OF THE BASE HAS ONE ROD STICKING OUT AND ONE LARGE DIAL WITH MARKED WITH NUMBERS "BROADCAST KILOCYCLES" AND DEPICTING A WORLD. THE DIAL IS ATTACHED TO A METAL BOX WITH AN OPEN TOP WHICH EXPOSES MULTIPLE SLATS. ALSO ATTACHED IS A ROWN CLOTH ELECTRICAL CORD WITH TWO-PRONG PLUG. 18.0 CM HIGH BY 25.7 CM LONG BY 45.7 CM HIGH. 2. OSCILATOR TUBE, WIRE, PAPER AND UNKNOWN MATERIALS. ONE END OF TUBE HAS A HOLE IN IT. TUB IS WRAPPED IN WIRE. SOME PAPER IS EXPOSED. TUBE IS LARGELY BLACK/BROWN IN COLOR EXCEPT FOR ONE END WHICH SHOWS AN UNKNOWN WHITE SUBSTANCE. 8.6 CM HIGH BY 4.8 CM IN DIAMETER. 3. SPEAKER, UNMOUNTED. FRONT OF SPEAKER IS CONCAVE, LINED WITH HEAVY, GREY PAPER. OUTSIDE IS SILVER COLORED METAL WITH A COLUMNAR SILVER COLORED BACKING PIECE HELD ON BY A SINGLE SCREW. ATTACHED TO THE BACK OF THE SPEAKER IS A SQUARE BOX FILLED WITH PAPER AND WIRES WHICH CONNECTS TO A BROWN CLOTH ELECTRICAL CORD WITH A FOUR-PRONGED PLUG. BLUE LABEL MARKED, "OXFORD... OXFORD TARTAK, RADIO CORP., MADE IN USA". 10.9 CM HIGH BY 21.0 CM IN DIAMETER. 4. BOXED TUBE. BLACK, GOLD AND WHITE, RECTANGULAR CARDBOARD BOX MARKED, "WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRONIC TUBE..." TUBE TYPE "6CA7/EL34". GLASS TUBE INSIDE MARKED "6CA7/EL34" AND "XF5, L2E" BOTTOM OF TUBE IS BROWN PLASTIC WITH SINGLE PLASTIC PRONG SURROUNDED BY EIGHT METAL PRONGS. 2 PIECES. 5.0 CM HIGH BY 13.0 CM LONG BY 5.0 CM WIDE. 5. BOXED TUBE. GREEN, YELLOW AND WHITE CARDBOARD BOX MARKED, "GUARANTEED, ROGERS, ELECTRONIC TUBE". TUBE TYPEE "12AF6". SMALL GLASS TUBE INSIDE HAS A POINTED TOP. GLASS MARKED, "12AF6, AUTOMATIC". BOTTOM OF TUBE HAS 7 METAL PRONGS. 2 PIECES. 2.5 CM HIGH BY 7.9 CM LONG BY 2.3 CM WIDE.
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ACCORDING TO THE DONOR, WENDY AITKENS IN AN INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY NICOLE HEMBROFF, COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT, IN JULY OF 2011, THE RADIO AND ITS COMPONENTS WERE LIKELY MADE BY HER FATHER, WALLY JAMIESON. SHE SAID, "WALLY STUDIED RADIO TECHNOLOGY AT THE NATIONAL SCHOOL IN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA FROM 1937-1939. HE WAS FASCINATED BY RADIOS AND ALL THINGS ELECTRICAL. THIS RADIO MAY HAVE BEEN A SCHOOL PROJECT OR IT MAY HAVE BEEN SOMETHING HE MADE FOR THE PURE CHALLENGE OF BUILDING HIS OWN RADIO. I REMEMBER HIM MENTIONING HIS HOMEMADE RADIO WHEN HE WAS NEAR THE END OF HIS LIFE. IT IS WRAPPED IN LETHBRIDGE HERALDS AND EDMONTON JOURNALS FROM THE LATE 1940S." AITKENS SAID HER DAD'S INTEREST IN RADIOS STARTED WHEN HE WAS A BOY. WHEN HER FATHER WAS GROWING UP IN SYLVAN LAKE, AB HIS "UNCLE GOT HIM A CRYSTAL RADIO SET WHEN HE WAS ABOUT 12 YEARS OLD. HE'D BEGGED FOR IT. ONCE HE PUT IT TOGETHER HE WAS HOOKED. I HAVE DAD'S RADIO OPERATOR'S LICENSE [FOR THE PROVINCE OF] ALBERTA. IT'S NUMBER 7. IT DIRECTED THE REST OF HIS LIFE. HE HAD THE KNOWLEDGE OF AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEER. " ACCORDING TO THE DONOR, HER FATHER GAINED HIS KNOWLEDGE THROUGH EXPERIENCE - LIKE MANY MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY. WHILE SOME OF HER FAMILY HAD GONE TO NORMAL SCHOOL, HER GENERATION WAS THE FIRST TO ATTEND UNIVERSITY. FOR FAMILY HISTORY SEE P20090030001.
Catalogue Number
P20090031014
Acquisition Date
2009-09
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
P19770107000.1-.2-GA
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
PAPER, PLASTIC, STEEL
Catalogue Number
P19770107000
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
P19770107000.1-.2-GA
Date
1938
Materials
PAPER, PLASTIC, STEEL
No. Pieces
20
Description
.1 CONTROL UNIT 182.9 CM HT., 38.1 CM WTH., 55.9 CM LTH. PAPER, HARD PLASTIC, STEEL. SERIAL # 202 TYPE: 78225 SPEC: 78310. THE UNIT IS FINISHED IN BLACK. #1 IS AN ENGRAVED PLATE. "CANADIAN MARCONI COMPANY LOCAL CONTROL UNIT". #2 ENGRAVED ON FRONT OF CONTROL UNIT "MARCONI" "CANADA TYPE 71800". #3 IS A PIECE OF PAPER COVERED BY A PIECE OF PLASTIC. #4 ENGRAVED ON FRONT OF CONTROL UNIT "MARCONI CANADA TYPE 2L20". "KEY-WIND CHELSEA 8-DAY CLOCK AND UPRIGHT MICROPHONE, AND NORTHERN ELECTRIC MICROPHONE". HANDSET, "CODE #L-945-DO". .2 MARCONI TRANSMITTER NDB SER #127 182.9 CM HT., 38.1 CM WTH., 76.2 CM LTH. METAL, HARD PLASTIC, PAPER. WITH SPARE PARTS. AN ENGRAVED PLATE: "CANADIAN MARCONI COMPANY" "400 WATT AIRWAYS TRANSMITTER TYPE 75170 SERIAL NO. 127 SPEC. 71215 110/100/120 VOLTS 26.7 AMPS. 50/60 FREG 86% P.F. PATENTED". TUBES AND CYLINDERS TEMPORARILY IN 008. INCLUDES 18 TUBES AND CYLINDERS; 1 BLACK WIRE WITH CONNECTORS AT EACH END; AND 1 BLACK BASE MARKED "GENERAL ELECTRIC RADIOTRON, LICENCED BY THERMIONICS LTD." TUBES HAVE ALTERNATELY EITHER 4, 5, OR 7 PRONGS. INDIVIDUALLY MARKED.
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TELECOMMUNICATION T&E
AEROSPACE TRANSPORTATION-ACCESSORY
Historical Association
MILITARY
TRANSPORTATION
History
LOCAL CONTROL UNIT #202 PUT INTO SERVICE 1938-39. LETHBRIDGE WAS A MAIN RADIO TERMINAL FOR AIR RADIO TRAFFIC CONTROL FROM ALL MAJOR EASTERN CITIES & EDMONTON AND WAS A JUMP OFF FOR CALGARY. LETHBRIDGE WAS A MAJOR AIR CONTROL CENTER FOR CANADIAN TRANS CONTINENTAL AIR SERVICE. EQUIPMENT WAS IN SERVICE AT KENYON FIELD WHEN AIR CREW WERE TRAINED AS PART OF BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AIR TRAINING PLAN. NARRATIVE BELOW SOLICITED FROM BARRY SNOWDEN IN EARLY 2010 WHEN THIS ARTIFACT WAS EXHIBITED AS PART OF THE GALT’S TREASURES & CURIOSITIES DISPLAY. THE NARRATIVE BECAME THE BASIS FOR THE ARTIFACT’S LABEL COPY IN THE EXHIBIT. *** WHEN I WAS A YOUNGSTER, ONE OF MY AREAS OF INTEREST WAS “CRYSTAL SET” RADIO AND I SPENT MANY THE HOUR WEARING HEADPHONES AND “TICKLING” THE GALENA CRYSTAL WITH A “CAT’S WHISKER” TO DETECT A RADIO BROADCAST SIGNAL. MY SEARCH FOR AN EXAMPLE OF THIS RUDIMENTARY RADIO TECHNOLOGY – SOMETHING SMALL AND RELATIVELY SIMPLE – ENDED AT THE OTHER END OF THE CONTINUUM WITH ME CHOOSING WHAT MAY BE THE LARGEST ARTIFACT IN THE GALT COLLECTION. SO LARGE I’M TOLD THAT IT CANNOT BE MOVED UP TO THE DISPLAY GALLERY IN THE FREIGHT ELEVATOR, BUT REQUIRES A SMALL CRANE OR OTHER MOVING EQUIPMENT. THIS ARTIFACT CROSSED OVER WITH ANOTHER AREA OF INTEREST BECAUSE IT CELEBRATES SOME OF THE REGION’S IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO AVIATION DEVELOPMENT AND HISTORY IN CANADA (MY FATHER ERNIE SNOWDEN WAS AN RCAF PILOT AND FLYING INSTRUCTOR AT A NUMBER OF THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AIR TRAINING SCHOOLS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA). FOR AT LEAST THE DECADE BETWEEN 1938 AND 1948, LETHBRIDGE WAS A MAIN RADIO TERMINAL FOR AIR RADIO TRAFFIC CONTROL FROM ALL MAJOR EASTERN CITIES AND EDMONTON WAS A JUMP OFF FOR CALGARY. IT WAS PART OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE TRANS-CANADA AIRWAY, A NETWORK OF AIRPORTS WITH PAVED RUNWAYS, LIGHTS, BEACONS AND RADIO TRANSMITTERS. BECAUSE THE DISTANCES AND THE ALTITUDES TO WHICH AIRCRAFT OF THE TIME WERE LIMITED, THE CROWSNEST PASS WAS USED FOR CROSSING THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS, WITH LETHBRIDGE SERVING AS THE JUNCTION POINT FOR TRANS-CANADA AIRLINES (TCA) FLIGHTS EAST AND WEST, AIR SERVICE NORTH WITHIN ALBERTA AND THE PORT OF ENTRY FOR FLIGHTS FROM THE USA. LETHBRIDGE WAS THE AIRLINE HUB OF THE PRAIRIES UNTIL AIRCRAFT THAT COULD FLY HIGHER AND FARTHER ENABLED THE TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTES TO SHIFT NORTH TO EDMONTON AND CALGARY. THE AIR RADIO CONTROL FACILITIES ALSO SUPPORTED CANADA’S INVOLVEMENT WITH THE BRITISH COMMONWEATH FLIGHT TRAINING PLAN DURING WWII. KENYON FIELD HOSTED THE #5 ELEMENTARY FLIGHT TRAINING SCHOOL PRIOR TO ITS RELOCATION IN 1941 ON ACCOUNT OF PERSISTENT ADVERSE WEATHER (HIGH WIND CONDITIONS. IT THEN BECAME THE HOME BASE FOR THE #8 BOMBING AND GUNNERY SCHOOL UNTIL THE WAR’S END. BCAPT FACILITIES WERE ALSO LOCATED AT CLARESHOLM, FORT MACLEOD, PEARCE AND VULCAN. THE TRANSMITTER REMAINED IN SERVICE UNTIL THE 1950’S. IT IS A FITTING REMINDER OF LETHBRIDGE’S KEY ROLE IN AVIATION PROGRESS. ***
Catalogue Number
P19770107000
Acquisition Date
1977-07
Collection
Museum
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Other Name
AMATEUR “HAM” RADIO
Date Range From
1945
Date Range To
1955
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
STEEL, BAKELITE, ALUMINUM
Catalogue Number
P19980039012
Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
AMATEUR “HAM” RADIO
Date Range From
1945
Date Range To
1955
Materials
STEEL, BAKELITE, ALUMINUM
No. Pieces
2
Height
18.7
Length
40.6
Width
20.1
Description
HANDMADE. UNFINISHED RECTANGULAR STEEL BASE, MOUNTED WITH VARIOUS OSCILLATORS, TRANSFORMERS, AND OTHER RADIO COMPONENTS. FRONT PANEL OF BASE HAS 7 VARIOUS SWITCHES AND KNOBS, HAND-LABELED FOR FUNCTION. INCLUDES POWER SWITCH, FM/AM SELECTOR, MODULATOR DIAL, ETC., AS WELL AS INSET "MILIAMPERES" GAUGE. PIECES APPEAR TO HAVE BEEN ASSEMBLED FROM SEVERAL PREVIOUS RADIO TRANSMITTERS, AND MODIFIED FOR USE. ALSO APPEARS TO BE MISSING AT LEAST ONE COMPONENT, WHERE SQUARE HOLE HAS BEEN CUT INTO TOP RIGHT CORNER OF BASE. BATTERIES, WIRES, ETC VISIBLE ON UNCOVERED BOTTOM. INCLUDES BLACK BAKELITE KNOB WITH WHITE POINTED INDICATOR; SEEMS TO HAVE COME DETACHED FROM ONE OF DIALS ON FRONT PANEL. TRANSMITTER IS SCRATCHED AND SOILED THROUGHOUT; PIECES BROKEN AND MISSING.
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TELECOMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
TRADES
History
DONOR'S FATHER WAS FOUNDER OF CJOC RADIO STATION IN LETHBRIDGE. FOR MORE HISTORY SEE P19980039001-GA. *** UPDATE: THE TEXT BELOW WAS SUBMITTED AS LABEL COPY TO LETHBRIDGE LIVING MAGAZINE ON 11 JUNE 2014. AS PART OF THE RADIO COPY’S RESEARCH, INPUT WAS SOLICITED FROM MEMBERS OF THE LETHBRIDGE SENIORS’ CENTRE’S AMATEUR RADIO CLUB. FOR MORE DETAILS ON THE CLUB’S ANALYSIS OF PALMER’S RADIO, PLEASE REFERENCE THE PERMANENT FILE. “ THIS HAND-BUILT RADIO WAS CONSTRUCTED BY JOHN E. “JOCK” PALMER, AND WAS DONATED TO THE GALT MUSEUM & ARCHIVES BY HIS SON JOHN IN 1998. “JOCK” WAS A FAMOUS LOCAL. AMONG OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS, HE FOUNDED LETHBRIDGE’S FIRST RADIO STATION, CJOC, IN 1926. JOCK’S FAMILY SETTLED IN LETHBRIDGE IN 1905. WHEN WORLD WAR ONE BROKE OUT, HE JOINED THE CANADIAN INFANTRY AS A MACHINE GUNNER. A SERIOUS WOUND ON THE BATTLEFIELD IN 1916 FORCED HIM TO TRANSFER TO THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS (RFC) IN 1917. GARRY ALLISON, A REPORTER WITH THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, WROTE ABOUT PALMER IN JUNE 2000 IN THE HERALD ARTICLE “PALMER WAS A JOCK OF ALL TRADES”. IN IT, HE WRITES THAT PALMER DEVELOPED HIS RADIO SKILLS WHILE WITH THE RFC AND THAT HE “PIONEERED AIRCRAFT-TO-GROUND RADIO HOOK-UPS, WITH A TELEGRAPHER’S KEY STRAPPED TO HIS LEG [WHILE FLYING].” IN NOVEMBER 2013, MEMBERS OF THE LETHBRIDGE SENIOR CITIZENS CENTRE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB VISITED THE GALT TO TECHNICALLY ASSESS PALMER’S RADIO. CLUB MEMBER BLAIR SHAW IDENTIFIED A METER ON THE RADIO MARKED “A.M” FOR “AIR MINISTRY”. THE RADIO’S INCORPORATION OF MILITARY PARTS LED SHAW TO SPECULATE THAT THE OVERALL UNIT WAS CONSTRUCTED AFTER THE SECOND WORLD WAR WHEN, HE SAID, “EXCESS PIECES OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT BECAME AVAILABLE.” HE ALSO STATED THE RADIO WAS A “PROTOTYPE”, ADDING, “HE MADE IT WORK. HE USED IT FOR HIS COMMUNICATIONS, HIS HAM RADIO COMMUNICATIONS AND THEN HE WENT ON TO OTHER THINGS. HE PUT IT ASIDE BECAUSE HE THOUGHT “WELL, I MIGHT NEED SOME OF THESE PIECES FOR SOMETHING ELSE.” IT IS LIKELY THAT PALMER BUILT THIS RADIO IN HIGH RIVER WHERE HE WAS POSTED AS AN RCAF FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR IN 1941. PALMER DIED IN HIGH RIVER AT AGE 68 IN 1964.”
Catalogue Number
P19980039012
Acquisition Date
1999-04
Collection
Museum
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TRANSMITTER, SPARK-GAP

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Date Range From
1890
Date Range To
1900
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
BRASS, WOOD, PLASTIC
Catalogue Number
P19651397000
Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1890
Date Range To
1900
Materials
BRASS, WOOD, PLASTIC
No. Pieces
1
Height
8.2
Length
15.2
Width
9.9
Description
ROTATING TERMINALS. WOOD BASE. TERMINALS (2) HAVE SCREW MOUNTED HORIZONTALLY AT THE TOP. THIS SCREW HAS A PLASTIC HANDLE AT ONE END AND METER BALL AT THE OTHER. FOUR SHORTER POWER TERMINALS. *UPDATE* AS OF 2011 INVENTORY, NO. OF PIECES HAS BEEN DECREASED FROM 3 TO 1. THE TWO ROTATING TERMINALS ARE FIRMLY ATTACHED TO THE BASE.
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TELECOMMUNICATION T&E
Historical Association
TRADES
History
*UPDATE* RESEARCH WAS CONDUCTED INTO THE DONOR “R. E. ANKILL,” AS ONE OF HIS ARTIFACTS FELL UNDER A 2018 COLLECTIONS AUDIT PERFORMED BY COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT ELISE PUNDYK. IT WAS CONFIRMED BY HIS GRAVE MARKER THAT THE DONOR’S FULL NAME WAS ROBERT E. “BOB” ANKILL. ACCORDING TO HIS LETHBRIDGE HERALD OBITUARY, ANKILL WAS BORN ON JULY 6, 1922 IN PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA. THE OBITUARY STATES, “HE JOINED THE CANADIAN ARMY IN 1942 AND WAS POSTED IN THE ROYAL CANADIAN CORPS OF SIGNALS FIRST ARMORED DIVISION. AFTER TAKING A WIRELESS OPERATORS COURSE, HE MET HIS FUTURE WIFE PEGGY. HE WAS THEN POSTED IN ITALY AND TOOK PART IN THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN FROM SAN VITO TO MONTE CASINO. SHORTLY AFTER HE WAS POSTED IN HOLLAND AND TOOK PART IN MANY “MOP UP” OPERATIONS AT THE END OF THE INVASION. AFTER HOSTILITIES CEASED HE JOINED AN R.C.A. DANCE AND ENTERTAINMENT BAND AND ENTERTAINED THE TROOPS FOR SIX DAYS A WEEK. IN JULY OF 1945 HE MARRIED THE LOVE OF HIS LIFE PEGGY SIMS AFTER WHICH HE RETURNED TO EUROPE TO PREPARE FOR HIS RETURN TO CANADA…” ATTEMPTS MADE TO CONTACT THE DONOR’S NEXT-OF-KIN FOR ITEM-RELATED HISTORY WERE UNSUCCESSFUL. FOR INFORMATION REGARDING ANKILL’S MILITARY CAREER, PLEASE SEE ARTIFACT RECORD P19662374000, AS IT INCLUDES EXCERPTS FROM AN ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY GALT STAFF IN 2012 WITH ANKILL’S DAUGHTER, JEANNE SHEA. PLEASE SEE PERMANENT RECORD FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, INCLUDING A COPY OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD OBITUARY.
Catalogue Number
P19651397000
Acquisition Date
1965-01
Collection
Museum
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