Photograph shows a sketch of the intersection at 10th Street and Princess Avenue, Brandon, Manitoba facing northeast. A proposed two-storey bowling alley is situated on the northeast corner of 10th Street and Princess Avenue.
The Brandon Daily Sun (02 Februrary 1915, 7) identified the members of the five-man bowling team as: Bowler, Kerr, Foster, Buck, and Crawford. According to the Henderson's 1914 Brandon City Directory, these lawyers are: John R. Bowler and N. Whitby Kerr of Coldwell, Coleman & Bruce; G. Herbert Foster and A.G. buckingham of Kilgor, Buckingham & Foster; and Howard L. Crawford of S.H. McKay.
Scope and Content
Photograph shows a team studio portrait of the lawyers' bowling team (1914-1915), winners of the Commerce League. All the men are standing and are arranged in the portrait according to height. (L to R): Herb Foster, Judge A.G.(Arthur Gordon) Buckingham, "Krug" (H.L.) Crawford, N. Whitby Kerr, and Reg Bowler.
Writing on the front of the photograph reads: Law Bowling Team, 1914-1915, Winners Commerce League. Names for the photograph were provided by Eileen Trott, Daly House Museum.
Series consists of photographs depicting sports and recreational activities. Sports include: hockey, field hockey, basketball, volleyball, football, swimming, curling, gymnastics, tennis, soccer and track and field. There are photos of both men's and women's teams, actiona shots from various sporting events, as well as images from both the Brandon College and Brandon University eras.
A number of athletics photos are stored in BUPC 9 oversize.