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Margaret Menzies collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12723
Part Of
MG 4 Brandon University Students
Description Level
Collection
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1959-2007; predominant 1983-2001
Accession Number
13-2012
Part Of
MG 4 Brandon University Students
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
13-2012
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1959-2007; predominant 1983-2001
Physical Description
18 cm textual records
1 photograph
History / Biographical
Margaret Menzies was born on July 30th, 1920, at a family farm located in Oakburn, Manitoba. She grew up on the family farm and attended school in both Oakburn and Shoal Lake. She married Donald Menzies on June 4th, 1941. Together they had four children. In 1959, the family moved to Brandon, Manitoba, where they lived for the rest of their lives. Margaret Menzies was a longtime and active member of the International Toastmistress Club (ITC), and was also involved in the Consumers Association of Canada, Seniors for Seniors, as well as being a member of the Liberal Party of Canada and the Central United Church. Menzies did not graduate from high school in her early years, but managed to continue her education and receive a bachelor of arts degree from Brandon University at the age of 70. Margaret Menzies passed away on June 9th, 2012.
Custodial History
Records in the collection were brought to the S.J McKee Archives on July 13, 2012, by Gerald Brown, on behalf of the family of Margaret Menzies.
Scope and Content
Collection contains of two scrapbooks created by Margaret Menzies. The scrapbooks contain various cards, itinerary's, and other documents associated with Menzies' membership in the International Toastmistress Club. The items in the scrapbooks date from the mid 1980's to the late 1990's. Also included in the collection are four local history books. The first is a 100 year history of the town of Oakburn, Manitoba, from 1870 to 1970, published during celebrations of Manitoba's centenniary in 1970. Next is a book about the history of the town of Shoal Lake, Manitoba, which was published in 1959 on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the town of Shoal Lake in 1909. The last two books are the first and second volumes of Ripples on the Lake, which cover the history of the Shoal Lake municipality from 1884. The first volume covers the first 100 years of the history of the Shoal Lake region, being published in 1984. The second volume was published in 2007, covering the history of Shoal Lake since 1984, as well as including new information that was not published in the 1984 version of the book. Finally, the collection contains one photograph of Margaret Menzies receiving her bachelor of arts degree from Peter Hordern, dean of arts of Brandon University.
Notes
Biographical information provided by obituary entry in the Brandon Sun, June 16, 2012. Description by Tyler Warren (October 2012).
Name Access
Shoal Lake
Oakburn
International Toastmistress Club
Urban Acres Toastmistress Club
Subject Access
women's organizations
public relations
Leadership
communication
local histories
Storage Range
2012 accessions
Related Material
International Toastmistress Club-Land O' Lakes Region fonds (15-2002)
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Robert Troy Blair fonds

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions13300
Part Of
RG 1 Brandon College fonds
Description Level
Sub-series
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
September 1950 - June 1954
Accession Number
18-2013
Part Of
RG 1 Brandon College fonds
Description Level
Sub-series
Accession Number
18-2013
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
September 1950 - June 1954
Physical Description
2 scrapbooks (7.5 cm)
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Robert (Bob) Troy Blair was born on March 11, 1930 in Brandon, MB. His first six years were spent in Alexander, MB, where his father and uncle operated a grocery store. In 1936, his family moved to Souris, MB, where his father ran a grocery store. Blair received his primary and high school education, with the exception of Grade 12, in Souris. Blair remembers his school years in Souris as mainly happy years. He was involved with both piano and organ music lessons. he was never interested in physical sports with the exception of golf. World War II broke out in September of 1939. Souris became the site of #17 SFTS and home base for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. Many of the service men came from England, Australia and New Zealand. Blair's mother always entertained at least two for dinner every Sunday. Rationing of sugar, tea and coffee, butter and meat became a way of life. Blair had the job every Saturday of pasting the ration coupons into booklets. It was also when he was in Grade 6, that Blair realized he was more attracted to boys than to girls. Perhaps it was because so many attractive airmen surrounded him! In November of 1947, the Blair family relocated to Alexander where Bob Blair finished his Grade 11. This was not a good year due to bullying. In September of 1948, Blair moved to Winnipeg to attend United College for his Grade 12. Upon completion of Grade 12, Blair remained in Winnipeg until June 1950. he worked at a number of businesses - Gestetner, Eaton's Mail Order shoe department, Maple Leaf Milling, and the drug store in the Medical Arts Building. In September 1950, he entered Brandon College. Blair was very active in extra-curricular affairs while at Brandon College; particularly drama. Following his B.A. he enrolled in the Education Faculty, having decided to become a teacher. Blair's teaching career spanned 34 years. All but one year was spent in the Brandon School Division. On his first day of teaching in the Division he met the man with whom he would spend the next 46 years. He was primarily a teacher of English and Music. A highlight of his career was exchange teaching in Sacramento, California in 1961. Orientation for exchange took place in August in Washington, D.C., where Blair had the opportunity to meet President J.F. Kennedy. He vividly recals the morning that JFK was assassinated on November 22, 1963. In September 1965, Blair assumed the principalship of Park School and in September of 1969, the same position at George Fitton School where re remained until his retirement in 1989. He was a member of the Brandon Picnipals' Association, the National Association of Elementary School Principals, and servedas President of the Brandon Teachers' Association. Among his major accomplishments during his time as principal were the introduction of a centralized school library in both Park and George Fitton Schools and the integration of special needs students into regular classroom situations wherever possible. He was made a Life Member of the Manitoba Teachers' Society (Brandon) in June 1990. Following his retirement Blair worked as a Library Automation Consultant (1989-1993). Blair also had numerous community involvements during his time in Brandon. he was active in the Brandon Little Theatre (Best Actor Award, Manitoba Drama Festival for One Act Plays in 1963), the Brandon Festival of the Arts, the Eckhardt-Gramatte National Music Competition, and Arm Industries to name a few. Following the death of his partner in 2001, Blair moved to Saskatoon to live with a younger gay couple. He has been active in volunteerism: as an Ambassador for the Saskatoon Airport Authority, assistant with the Saskatoon Health Region's Immunization Clinics, information clerk for the Festival of Trees, data entry clerk for the Saskatoon Music Festival, on the Board of the Saskatoon Jazz Society, and Hospitality Coordinator for the Saskatoon Jazz Festival. As of October 2013, Bob Blair continues to live in Saskatoon, SK.
Custodial History
Records were in Blair's possession until he donated them to the Mckee Archives on Homecoming weekend October 2013.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of two scrapbooks containing 145 photographs and ephemera (play and graduation programs, tickets, pins, newspaper clippings) documenting Bob Blair's days at Brandon College. Social events and extra-curricular activities are heavily featured in the two scrapbooks. Also included are graduation portraits for the Classes of 1951, 1952 and 1953. Of the 145 photographs all are black and white except for two photos of the Class of '53 reconvocation (May 1993), and one from the Class of '53 reunion (2003).
Notes
History/Bio provided by Bob Blair (October 2013).
Name Access
Brandon College
Angus Jackson
Pat Magnacca
Freshie Week
Senior Stick
Lady Stick
Harvest Cabaret
Sigma Mu
Glee Club
Bob Blair
Jack Yeomans
Walter Dinsdale
Don Cronk
Bob McPherson
Lorne Watson
Marg Sanderson
Hazel Turnbull
Claudia Dickey
Gordon Bradley
Terry Prysiazniuk
Diane Lissaman
Joan Garnett
Doris Penstock
Dianne Macdonald
Ivey Graham
Joyce Pickard
Cathy Crawford
Roberta Wilkie
Marie Kullberg
Isabel Lyon
Shirley Pryce
J.R.C. Evans
Marjorie Kyles
Jo Thordarson
Ross George
Edward Perry
Ernest Birkinshaw
Barney Thordarson
Fall Formal
Variety Night
Installation Night
Paul McKinnon
The Saga of Brandon
Bill White
Ron Bell
Jerry Jerret
Rosa Ziolkowski
Murray Smith
Class of 1951
Harold Moffat
Bill Sutherland
Murray Coulthard
Frank Adamski
John McLean
Jack Medd
Jack Muir
Bill Fraser
Ken Morrison
Clifford Kitson
Ray Brown
Mike Doig
Ernie Shaw
Jack Scott
Doreen Dennison
Lois Kennedy
Lorna Prokaska
Ferne Henderson
Doreen Fedoruk
Marg Leckie
Freshie Parade
Helen Batho
Fred Calverly
Jim Crawford
Verda Peden
Olga Evasko
Betty Finch
Fred Schwarok
Jim Struthers
Muriel Bedford
John Brown
Freshie Royalty
Booster Night
Mary Jane Sexton
Marilyn Rust
Mildred McMurray
Mary-Jane MacLachlan
George Leask
George Jakubowski
Jack Purvis
My Sister Eileen
Edith Laycock
Ivey Robbins
Ken Campbell
Mac Andrews
Marion Simmons
Arnold Minish
Madeline Irving
Ernie Criddle
Don Dillistone
Gordon Hunter
Cathy Nelson
Jim Kelleher
Anne Kelleher
Neil McKellar
Ron Doupe
Bruce Watson
Neil MacKay
Peter Prokaska
Roger Ramsden
Bill Bridgett
Graham Hunt
John Muirhead
David Brodie
Murray MacDonald
Dr. Kidd
Cam Finlay
Blair MacRae
Donna McPhail
Louise Hoey
Agnes Nicholson
Jean Allan
Joan Urie
Royce Richardson
Don Rousell
Bill Black
Ken McNeeley
Rosalie Prokopchuk
Jean Morrison
Jacice Forrest
Fuzz Fedoruk
Brian Davison
Joan MacLachlan
First International Relations Club Conference
Minot Teachers' College
International Peace Gardens
Bruce McIlroy
Jean Shingfield
Campaign Week
Sigma Mu Dance
Arnold Wawruch
Jack Meyers
Jack Hilton
Bev Francis
Bert Gogol
Dick McDonald
Frank McKinnon
Stuart Craig
John Blackwood
Norman Hedison
Bob Hilton
John Minions
Kay Oliver
Mary Jane MacLachlan
Ben Ward
Ken Gunning
Trevor McNeely
Hilton Stewart
Jerry Graham
Bette Mitchell
Joan Curlock
Faye Myers
Jean Hannah
Mary Babuick
Mr. College Spirit
John Augustus McGee
Don Dillstone
Flora Johnson
Del Gusdal
Color Night
Don Burrows
Jim Casey Trophy
Marj Kyles
Prince Edward Hotel
Class Day
Dahl Harvey
Shirley Mitchell
Al Burton
Irving Bateman
Joyce Marie Thordarson
Eileen McFadden
Patricia Pope
Louise Astle
Ariel Genik
Western Canada Student Teacher Conference
Brandon College Glee Club
Be Your Age
Ike Prokaska
Joan Hilton
Fred Lynch
Garth Kidd
Ivy Robbins
Joyce Dunham
Shirley Popple
Grand March
Westley Wong
Stewart Perdue
H.V. Kidd
J.E.M. Young
Adelene Bailey
Mrs. Evans
Dennis Anderson
Stanley Knowles
Edward Schreyer
Lou Visentin
Subject Access
Student government
initiations
student activities
dances
basketball
talent shows
drama productions
major productions
Hockey
graduations
programs
parades
dorm rooms
student housing
literary "B's"
college letters
class flags
banquets
Storage Location
2013 accessions
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United Commercial Travelers Ladies Auxiliary #112 collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions13614
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
October 30, 1937 – October 2006
Accession Number
1-2013
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
1-2013
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
October 30, 1937 – October 2006
Physical Description
51cm of textual records
141 photographs
6 artifacts
History / Biographical
The Brandon Ladies Auxiliary #112 of the United Commercial Travelers of America received its charter on October 30, 1937 at their first meeting, which took place in the Rose Room of the Prince Edward Hotel in Brandon, Manitoba. At this time the membership of the Ladies Auxiliary #112 consisted of 27 Sisters. Brother Ernie Tatton, Grand Counselor at the time, presented the Ladies Auxiliary with their Bible in May 1938. Winnipeg Auxiliary #48 gave the Brandon Auxiliary their Bible Book Mark and Saskatoon Auxiliary #23 gave them their gavel. Initial meetings were held in the Rose Room of the Prince Edward Hotel on Saturday evenings, when the Brothers would meet after their weekly travels. Meetings were then moved to the Kelly Block on 8th Street. Here the Sisters would meet downstairs and the Brothers upstairs. Meetings were usually followed by dancing, singing, and lunch downstairs. Meetings were held in the Masonic Temple, the Knights of Columbus Hall, the Orange Hall, the Oddfellows Hall, and eventually in the UCT Hall. Throughout all the location changes, a social hour was still held with the Brothers. The Brandon Auxiliary always performed the ritualistic and floor drill work. Originally, patrols only joined the Officers when Brandon Auxiliary was hosting a Grand Session. Patrols, with matching outfits, soon became a part of the floor work at every meeting. Officers were required to wear the proper attire. Capes were introduced in 1940 and white shoes, stockings, and dresses in 1941. Membership swelled over the years and 50 years after being inaugurated the Brandon Auxiliary could claim 136 Sisters. The Brandon Ladies Auxiliary #112 was always very active within the larger community, especially with fundraising and charitable donation. Initially the Brandon Auxiliary supported the Red Cross by sewing and knitting. The Brandon Auxiliary also supported the Canadian Cancer Society at this time by making dressings. Rummage sales and teas were used to fundraise at the time. Teas were used in conjunction with the wives of the Steam Plant to purchase equipment for the first school in Brandon that taught developmentally delayed children. The Brandon Auxiliary also did fundraising teas, Walk-a-thons, bazaars, and raffles for the Camroc workshop, which was built for older handicapped students. Bingo games were used to raise funds as well. Other projects of the Brandon Ladies Auxiliary include: 1. Builders of Women – provides help to needy girls and women and gives a scholarship out at the Festival of the Arts. In 1969 the Ladies Auxiliary refurnished the third floor of the YWCA. 2. Cancer – assistance with the annual canvas, ride and run events, putting on an event with a speaker and film, and a survey of sisters who had their annual pap test. 3. Handicapped Children – purchase of equipment for the handicapped classes at George Fitton School and the COR Enterprises (formerly Camroc) workshop. One sister was a volunteer for their swimming and bowling classes, among other things. 4. The Three Benevolent Funds 5. May E. Tisdale Educational Fund – donated to this fund every year, usually in memory of deceased sisters. 6. Brandon General Hospital Special Equipment Fund – every year a sum was included in the Ladies Auxiliary budget to purchase special equipment for the Brandon Hospital. Civic Service donations included the Mental Health Centre Christmas gifts, three Christmas hampers for needy families, Canadian Diabetes Association, Manitoba Heart Fund, and Brandon Figure Skating Club. In 1962, the Auxiliary's 25th birthday, their first Dessert Party and Bake Sale was held. This had the stated objectives of growing and working together as a group and raising money for the organization. This became an annual event. Sisters who had attended for 25 years were honoured at the Auxiliary's 36th birthday celebration. Every birthday after that, sisters who had attended for 25 years were guests at the dinner and presented with a corsage and a gift. Sick and bereaved were also remembered at these functions. In the 1980s the Ladies Auxiliary continued to support the UCT Brandon Council #448 in the Annual Travellers Day Parade, Grand Sessions, and other functions. In the early 1990s the United Commercial Travelers voted to allow women to join the Councils. This marked the beginning of the end for the Auxiliaries. However, ladies who had no connection to a Council could join an Auxiliary now whereas before only a wife, sister, or granddaughter of a Council member could join. The final Grand Auxiliary Sessions were held in Brandon in May 2003. By this point only three auxiliaries were still active across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta and all had difficulty recruiting new members. Most of the membership at this time was elderly and unable to take office or work at teas and other such events. Calgary and Regina's Auxiliaries were down to less than twelve members. Brandon still had more than 90 on the membership roll but only about 20 attended meetings regularly and it was becoming difficult to fill Officer positions. The final Dessert and Bake Sale was held in October 2002 and was the 40th such event. With the demise of the Grand Auxiliary in 2003, it was decided that Brandon would continue to operate; however, after a year it was decided that Brandon would no longer operate as a formal auxiliary. Monthly luncheons would now be held with December being a Christmas Party supper. The last formal meeting was held in the Parkview Seniors complex on March 22, 2004. The money in the Grand Auxiliary's account was distributed to the three remaining auxiliaries based on how much had been contributed over the preceding ten years. Brandon received $2,500 and had about $5,000 in their account. When formal meetings were discontinued it was decided to donate $5,000 to the “A Bed for You, A Bed for Me” campaign of the Brandon General Hospital. Approximately $1,100 was given to their Chairs from Mentally Challenged and Builders of Women to use as they pleased. All members on the membership roll were contacted and asked if they wished to remain members. Several decided not to but 50 members remained. Each member under 80 paid a $5 membership fee in April or October. Beginning in 2004, $1 was collected from every member that attended a luncheon to pay for stamps and cards sent to those who were ill, lost a loved one, turned 80, etc. Fundraising is limited to selling Riverview Curling Club Lottery Calendars for which the Ladies Auxiliary #112 received $4. In 2005 $128 was collected and $25 donated to five different charities. In 2006, sisters of the Auxiliary still worked at the Fairview Daffodil Tea for Cancer, put on the January birthday party at Hillcrest Place, worked the Big Craft Sale at the Keystone Centre in October, worked with the Salvation Army Kettles at Christmas, and sold carnatons for multiple sclerosis and daffodils for the Cancer Society. Luncheons held averaged about 20 members and 25 at Christmas.
Custodial History
Records were created and collected by the members of the Brandon United Commercial Travelers Ladies Auxiliary #112. The collection was donated to the S.J. McKee Archives in March 2007.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of records that document the origin, activities, and ultimately the disbandment of the Brandon Ladies Auxiliary #112 of the Order of the United Commercial Travelers of America. These records were created and accumulated during the nearly 70 year existence of the UCT Ladies Auxiliary #112. The collection consists of the minutes of their meetings from November 1939 to November 1991, photographs of the members, and sign-in books from October 1937 to March 1991. It also contains the account ledger from April 1972 to March 1997. Several scrapbooks containing photographs and newspaper clippings related to the activities and members of the Ladies Auxiliary and the United Commercial Travelers, spanning the nearly 70 lifespan of the organization, are also included in the collection. Both the United Commercial Travelers Council #448 and the United Commercial Travelers Ladies Auxiliary #112 were very active in raising funds for various charitable organizations. Money was raised for the Brandon General Hospital, as well as for George Fitton School to assist with their special education program. Organizations such as the Red Cross, the Canadian Cancer Society, special needs organizations, United Way, the Multiple Sclerosis Society, and several other organizations all received the benefits of UCT fundraising. Scholarships were also given out. Teas, dessert and bake sales, sewing and knitting, rummage sales, Walk-a-thons, bazaars, and raffles were all used to raise money for charitable donations. Collection also contains various artifacts including a gavel, the original charter of the Ladies Auxiliary #112, nomination balls, officer's badges, a Bible, and the cloth used for the draping of a deceased member's charter. Also included is a handbook detailing the rituals carried out by the United Commercial Travelers of America.
Notes
History/biographical information provided by Sister Bernice Nerbas of the UCT Ladies Auxiliary #112. Copies of their history are found in the collection. Description by Joseph Dauphinais (October 2013).
Name Access
The Order of the United Commercial Travelers of America (UCT)
The Order of the United Commercial Travelers of America (UCT) Ladies Auxiliary
The Order of the United Commercial Travelers of America #448
The Order of the United Commercial Travelers of America Ladies Auxiliary #112
UCT
UCT Ladies Auxiliary #112
Jessie Tatton
Florence Offer
Bertha Baker
Wilma Martin
Hattie Moffat
Isabelle Driver
Belle Driver
Rose Woodlock
Kay Quinn
Blanche Macleay
Diane Finch
Jean Williamson
Anne Larkins
Doris Gromb
Helen Cook
Mae MacEdwards
Heidi Cleuett
Flora Francis
Gladys Quinn
Janet MacLeod
Myrtle Cook
Lillian Hare
Margaret Geiler
Alice Cosgrove
Phyllis Clark
Charlotte Kellie
Dot MacKay
Audrey Campbell
Jean Chrisp
Patricia Brooking
Pat Brooking
Patricia Scott
Jaye Little
Iva Brynelson
Marilyn Johnston
Doris Stanzeleit
Mildred Darvill
Bernice Keown
Myrtle Kardash
Linda Koshowski
Vonnie Coates
Carole Mann
Anne Dunwald
Brenda Loll
Aileen Smalley
Phyllis Elliott
Donna Thompson
Elfriede Verstock
Freddie Verstock
Heather Bernhardt
Linda Garson
Kathleen Heppner
Lois Osudar
Ricki Woods
Bernice Nerbas
Cancer Society
Subject Access
women's organizations
charitable organizations
Storage Location
2013 accessions
Related Material
The Order of the United Commercial Travelers of America (UCT) fonds (5-2008), 4 photographs in the CKX fonds (11-2010.U5, 11-2010.U6a, 11-2010.U6b, 11-2010.U6c), Jack Stothard collection (4-2013)
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Fred McGuiness playing hockey

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14036
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[c.1930s]
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.106
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[c.1930s]
Physical Description
2.5" x 4.25 (b/w)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows Fred McGuinness on an ice rink. Fred is wearing a winter coat, hat with ear flaps, and is holding a hockey stick.
Name Access
Frederick George McGuinness
Fred McGuinness
Subject Access
children
Hockey
ice rinks
residences
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Arrangement
BR #3 Family pictures
Images
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Youth hockey team, Medicine Hat

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14132
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1960s]
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: McCorkle Studios and Camera Shop, Medicine Hat, AB
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.201
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1960s]
Physical Description
7" x 5" (b/w)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows a junior boys' hockey team in Medicine Hat, Alberta. One of the team members is holding a trophy. Fred McGuinness, Jr. is a member of the team.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
team photos
Repro Restriction
Subject to Canadian Copyright Law
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Arrangement
BR #3 Family photos
Images
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Youth hockey team, Medicine Hat

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14134
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1960s]
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: McCorkle Studios and Camera Shop, Medicine Hat, AB
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.203
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1960s]
Physical Description
7" x 5" (b/w)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows a junior boys' hockey team in Medicine Hat, Alberta. One of the team members is holding a trophy. Gallagher McGuinness is a member of the team.
Notes
Writing on the back of the photograph reads: autographs - Rick Leask, Brian Crandell, Clayton Hirsch, George McKay, Jim Witts, David Frey. Other names listed in two columns include: Doug Furrey, Jim Witts, Leo May, Sig Taylor, Bill Holden, Wayne Wilkins, ?, Risk Leask, Barry Kurtz, Reg Bronat, Blain Hogg, Clayton, Hirsch, Brian Crandell, Ken Briol?, Dave Frey, ?
Name Access
Medicine Hat
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
team photos
Repro Restriction
Subject to Canadian Copyright Law
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Arrangement
BR #3 Family photos
Images
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Rotary Club junior boys hockey team

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14140
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1960s]
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.209
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1960s]
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows a junior boys hockey team in a hockey rink. The boys are wearing Maple Leafs jersies. Hanging on the boards behind the team is a pennant that reads: The Rotary Club, Medicine Hat, Alta. Gallagher McGuinness is the goalie.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
Rotary Club
Subject Access
team sports
team photos
Hockey
children
Repro Restriction
Subject to Canadian Copyright Law
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Arrangement
BR #3 Family photos
Images
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Wheat City Business College Hockey Club

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14267
Part Of
Joseph H. Hughes collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1912
Accession Number
3-1997
Part Of
Joseph H. Hughes collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3-1997.1
Item Number
3-1997.1.69
Accession Number
3-1997
Other Numbers
Hughes #67
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1912
Physical Description
9.25" x 7.25" (b/w)
Material Details
on matting
Physical Condition
Photograph is water stained
Scope and Content
Photograph shows a group of 10 men, eight whom are wearing sweaters with the letters WCBC appliqued across the chest. The goalie is seated in a wodden chair and wears his goalie pads and skates. The four other players in the front row are also wearing skates and have their hockey sticks.
Notes
Writing on the front of the photograph mat reads: Wheat City Business College Hockey Club, 1912
Name Access
Wheat City Business College
Subject Access
portraits
Hockey
sports people & activities
team sports
team photos
Storage Location
Hughes oversize drawer
Images
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Brandon University men's hockey GPAC champions

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14300
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1980-1981
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.282
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1980-1981
Physical Description
4" x 5" (b/w)
Physical Condition
There is some kind of residue on the left side of the image.
Custodial History
Photograph was transferred to the Archives from the Athletics Department in May 2017.
Scope and Content
Photograph of Brandon University hockey player Gary Kaluzniak holding the GPAC championship plaque aloft on the ice. George Birger is standing to his right.
Name Access
Gary Kaluzniak
George Birger
Bobcats
Subject Access
Hockey
championships
celebrations
Storage Location
BUPC 4 drawer
Images
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Wheat City Business College hockey team

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14339
Part Of
RG 12 Brandon and Area Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1920
Part Of
RG 12 Brandon and Area Photograph Collection
Creator
Photographer: Davidson Studio
Description Level
Item
Series Number
7
Item Number
BAPC 7.3
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1920
Physical Description
19" x 15.5" (b/w)
Material Details
On board
Physical Condition
Backing board is warped and has two large tears on the back. There is foxing on the image and board on the front
Custodial History
Image was donated to the McKee Archives in 2020 by Don Smith, Associate Curator/Manager of the Cornwall Community Museum/SD&G Historical Society and a volunteer with the City of Cornwall's Heritage Cornwall Committee. Smith was asked by a local used bookstore owner to find a home for a box of items they had acquired from the new owner of a Lancaster, ON are antique/collectibles operation.
Scope and Content
Composite portrait of the players, manager and president of the Wheat City Business College hockey team. The name and position/role of each man is written in the bottom right corner of their portrait.
Name Access
Wheat City Business College
C. Stewart
C.A. Stewart
B. Bailey
L. Crawford
F. Wood
W.J. Lee
W.A. Dodd
Subject Access
sports
Hockey
Storage Location
BAPC oversize storage drawer
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Lillian Mummery and Reg Mummery interview

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14435
Part Of
Westman Oral History collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
sound recordings
Date Range
December 21, 1981
Accession Number
35-1998
Part Of
Westman Oral History collection
Description Level
Item
Item Number
OH026.Mum
Accession Number
35-1998
GMD
sound recordings
Date Range
December 21, 1981
Physical Description
1 audio cassette [00:43:20]
Material Details
Sony HF60
History / Biographical
Harry Mummery was born on August 26, 1889 in Chicago, Illinois. Harry arrived in Canada in 1898 and lived in Hamilton, Woodstock, Toronto, before the family moved to Brandon, MB in 1903; for many years he lived at 17 Lorne Avenue East. He and his wife Lena (nee Anderson) had nine children: Gordon, William, James, Donna, Grace, Helen, Patricia, Beverley and Enid. Outside the sporting world Harry worked on the Canadian Pacific Railway as a locomotive fireman and an engineer. Harry played professional Hockey in the National Hockey League for the Toronto Arenas, Quebec Bulldogs, Montreal Canadians and Hamilton Tigers. He played hockey with many of the great players such as Pat Moran, Joe Hall, Joe Malone, Billy Creighton, Jeff Malone, Rusty Crawford, Tommy Smith, Mike Quinn, Jack Adams, Reg Noble, Al Skinner, and Cy Didenny. Playing for the Montreal Canadiens he won the Stanley Cup. Harry Mummery died December 9, 1945. He is buried at Brandon Municipal Cemetery. Walter “Bump” Mummery was born in Chicago, Illinois on September 10, 1893 and moved with his family to Canada, settling in Brandon, MB in 1903. Walter was employed as a locomotive engineer with the CPR for 46 years, retiring in 1955. He and his wife Myrtle (nee Ramsden) had three sons: Walter, Reginald and Kenneth. Mummery played professional hockey with the Quebec Bulldogs (1913-1918) and with the Dominion Hockey Club, Edmonton (1920-1923). Walter Mummery died suddenly on March 30, 1974, in Chicago. He is buried at Brandon Municipal Cemetery. Reg Mummery (1920-1983) is the nephew of Harry Mummery and the son of Walter Mummery. Lillian Mummery (1901-1994) is the sister of Harry and Walter Mummery.
Custodial History
As part of the Westman Oral History Collection, this collection was accessioned by the McKee Archives in 1998. The original tapes from the Westman Oral History project were deposited in the Brandon Public Library. Copies of these originals were made by Margaret Pollex of the Brandon University Language Lab at the request of Eileen McFadden, University Archivist in the early 1990s. These copies compose the collection held in the McKee Archives.
Scope and Content
Item is an audiocassette tape containing an interview with Lillian Mummery and Reg Mummery about hockey, particularly the life and careers of Harry Mummery and Walter Mummery. Interviewer is John Miller.
Notes
History/Bio information taken from The Brandon Sun. Description by Jeremy Roberts (2011) and Christy Henry.
Subject Access
Hockey
Language Note
English
Audio Tracks
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Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
c. 1970
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.189
GMD
graphic
Date Range
c. 1970
Physical Description
4" x 5" (b/w)
Physical Condition
Writing on the back of the photo has scored the image
Scope and Content
Portrait of Bobcat hockey coach Jim Mann.
Name Access
Jim Mann
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
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Brandon University Bobcats (hockey)

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions1212
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1967-1968
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.190
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1967-1968
Physical Description
5" x 7" (b/w)
Scope and Content
Portrait of the Brandon University Bobcat varsity men's hockey team. Back Row (L to R): Doug Patterson, Bruce Taylor, Glen Edwards, Tom Mitchell, Gene Collins, Wayne Palidwar. Middle Row (L to R): Ken Dando, Bill Henderson, Wilf Taylor, Gary McDonald, Laurence Bertram, Ralph Gardiner. Front Row (L to R): Jim Mann (Coach), John Graham, Wally Peel, John Findlay, John Birnie, Doc Hannah.
Name Access
Doug Patterson
Bruce Taylor
Glen Edwards
Tom Mitchell
Gene Collins
Wayne Palidwar
Ken Dando
Bill Henderson
Wilf Taylor
Gary McDonald
Laurence Bertram
Ralph Gardiner
Jim Mann
John Graham
Wally Peel
John Findlay
John Birnie
Doc Hannah
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
Images
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Brandon University Bobcats (hockey)

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions1213
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[195?]
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.191
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[195?]
Physical Description
3.4" x 4.75" (b/w)
Scope and Content
Photograph of the Brandon University Bobcats in action at the Wheat City Arena(?).
Name Access
Wheat City Arena
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
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Brandon University Bobcats (hockey)

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions1214
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[197?]
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.192
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[197?]
Physical Description
4" x 5.5" (b/w)
Scope and Content
Photograph of the Brandon University Bobcats in action against the Winnipeg Wesmen at the Brandon Arena.
Name Access
Brandon Arena
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
Images
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Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[197?]
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.193
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[197?]
Physical Description
4" x 5.8" (b/w)
Scope and Content
Photograph of the Brandon University Bobcat Andy Murray in action against the Winnipeg Wesmen at the Brandon Arena.
Name Access
Andy Murray
Brandon Arena
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
Images
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Brandon University Bobcats (hockey)

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions1219
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1970-1971
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.196
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1970-1971
Physical Description
8" x 10" (color)
Physical Condition
Surface of image is cracked. Colors are faded.
Scope and Content
Portrait of the Brandon University Bocats men's hockey team. Front Row (L to R): Bruce Stephens, Kaye Bradley, Bob Young, Mark Kennedy, Danny McPherson, Ted Temple, Bob Leslie. Back Row (L to R): Jim Mann (Coach), Chuck Meighen (Ass’t Coach), Brian Bruce, Roy McLachlan, Jim McLachlan, Mel Jesson, Harvey Shaw, Lyle Franklin, Garth Freeman, Keith Angus (Manager), Doc Hannah (Trainer). Missing: Andy Murray, Garry Davidson, Ken Coleman (Manager).
Name Access
Bruce Stephens
Kaye Bradley
Bob Young
Mark Kennedy
Danny McPherson
Ted Temple
Bob Leslie
Jim Mann
Chuck Meighen
Brian Bruce
Roy McLachlan
Jim McLachlan
Mel Jesson
Harvey Shaw
Lyle Franklin
Garth Freeman
Keith Angus
Doc Hannah
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
Storage Location
BUPC color storage box
Images
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Brandon University Bobcats (hockey)

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions1220
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1971-1972
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.197
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1971-1972
Physical Description
5.75" x 10" (color)
Scope and Content
Portrait of the Brandon University Bocats men's hockey team. Front Row (L to R): Stan Harvey, Mark Kennedy, Harvey Shaw. Middle Row (L to R): Kaye “Buzz” Bradley, Roy McLachlan, Dan McPherson, Bob Leslie, Bruce Bonk, Ted Temple. Back Row (L to R): Mr. Wayne Davies (Coach), Doc Hannah (Trainer), Bruce Stephens, Larry Gillis, John Graham, Garry Davidson, Jeff Derke, Clark Lang, Darcy Normand, Ken Baker, Ken Coleman (Manager), Dick Gunter (Manager).
Name Access
Stan Harvey
Mark Kennedy
Harvey Shaw
Kaye Bradley
Roy McLachlan
Dan Mcpherson
Bob Leslie
Bruce Bonk
Ted Temple
Wayne Davies
Doc Hannah
Bruce Stephens
Larry Gillis
John Graham
Garry Davidson
Jeff Derke
Clark Lang
Darcy Normand
Ken Baker
Ken Coleman
Dick Gunter
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
Storage Location
BUPC color storage box
Images
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Brandon University Bobcats (hockey)

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions1221
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1972-1973
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.198
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1972-1973
Physical Description
6.5" x 10" (b/w)
Scope and Content
Portrait of the Brandon University Bocats men's hockey team. Front Row (L to R): Jeff Burke, John Goran, Terry Wilkstrom, Kaye Bradley, Larry Gillis, Don Cassils, Blaine Bechtold. Back Row (L to R): Bob Walberg, Jim Ferguson, Jack Richardson, Brian Boyle, Perry Robinson, Andy Murray, Gord Lane, Doug Gillies, Greg Thompson, Barry Gooden, Harvey Shaw, Doug Wotton, Larry Budzinski.
Name Access
Jeff Berke
John Goran
Terry Wikstrom
Kaye Bradley
Larry Gillis
Don Cassils
Blaine Bechtold
Bob Walberg
Jim Ferguson
Jack Richardson
Brian Boyle
Perry Robinson
Andy Murray
Gord Lane
Doug Gillies
Greg Thompson
Barry Gooden
Harvey Shaw
Doug Wotton
Larry Budzinski
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
Images
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Brandon University Bobcats (hockey)

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions1222
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1973-1974
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
4
Item Number
4.199
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1973-1974
Physical Description
8" x 10" (color)
Physical Condition
Image surface is starting to crack.
Scope and Content
Portrait of the Brandon University Bocats men's hockey team. Front Row (L to R): R.H. “Doc” Hannah, Brian Boyle, Doug Gillies, Bob Kabel (Coach), Perry Robinson, Harvey Shaw, Dr. Hunter (Team Doctor). Middle Row (L to R): Dick Gunter (Manager), Bruce Bonk, Terry Wikstrom, Bob Caldwell, Larry Budzinski, Bob Walberg, Dale McKinnon, Danny Cassils, Ken Buch, Norm Joss.. Back Row (L to R): Jeff Burke, Larry Gillis, Jim Ferguson, Jack Richardson, Barry Gooden, John Goran, Clark Lang, Greg Thompson, Ken Coleman (Manager).
Name Access
Doc Hannah
Brian Boyle
Doug Gillies
Bob Kabel
Perry Robinson
Harvey Shaw
Dick Gunter
Bruce Bonk
Terry Wikstrom
Bob Caldwell
Larry Budzinski
Bob Walberg
Dale McKinnon
Danny Cassils
Ken Buchy
Norman Joss
Jeff Berke
Larry Gillis
Jim Ferguson
Jack Richardson
Barry Gooden
John Goran
Clark Lang
Greg Thompson
Ken Coleman
Subject Access
Hockey
team sports
Storage Location
BUPC color storage box
Images
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