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A summary of Canadian history : from the time of Cartier's discovery to the present day with questions adapted to each paragraph

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Part Of
MG 2 2.15 George E Thorman Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
1869
Part Of
MG 2 2.15 George E Thorman Collection
Collection
George E Thorman School Textbook Collection
Creator
Boyd, J. A. (John Alexander), 1837-1916
Description Level
Item
Item Number
Archives 11-999-13-367
Item Number Range
Archives 11-999-13-367
Responsibility
by J. A. Boyd
Start Date
1869
Date Range
1869
Publication
Toronto : James Campbell & Son
Physical Description
151 p. ; 16 cm
Notes
"For the sue of schools in British North America"
Subject Access
Canada History
Storage Location
Box 13 - History
Storage Range
Box 13 - History
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Julian's interest tables, : containing an accurate calculation of interest, at 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 per cent., both simple and compound on all sums from 1 cent to $10,000, and from one day to six years

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Part Of
MG 2 2.15 George E Thorman Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
1878
Part Of
MG 2 2.15 George E Thorman Collection
Collection
George E Thorman School Textbook Collection
Creator
Julian, Eran
Description Level
Item
Item Number
Archives 11-999-1-13
Item Number Range
Archives 11-999-1-13
Responsibility
by Eran Julian
Start Date
1878
Date Range
1878
Publication
Toronto : Wm. Warwick
Physical Description
127 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Subject Access
Interest Tables
Storage Location
Box 1 - Business Education
Storage Range
Box 1 - Business Education
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Empire day in Ontario : Thursday, May 23rd 1912

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Part Of
MG 2 2.15 George E Thorman Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
1912
Part Of
MG 2 2.15 George E Thorman Collection
Collection
George E Thorman School Textbook Collection
Creator
Ontario. Dept. of Education
Description Level
Item
Item Number
Archives 11-999-17-454
Item Number Range
Archives 11-999-17-454
Responsibility
Ontario Department of Education
Start Date
1912
Date Range
1912
Publication
Toronto : Dept. of Education
Physical Description
20 p. ; 20 cm
Subject Access
Empire Day
Great Britain Colonies History
Canada History
Storage Location
Box 17 - History
Storage Range
Box 17 - History
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The works manager to-day : an address prepared for a series of private gatherings of works managers

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Part Of
MG 2 2.16 Robert Dudley Howland Collection
Collection
Robert Dudley Howland Fabian Society Collection
Creator
Webb, Sidney, 1859-1947
Fabian Society (Great Britain)
Description Level
Item
Item Number
Archives 15-2-40
Item Number Range
Archives 15-2-40
Responsibility
by Sidney Webb
Start Date
1917
Date Range
1917
Publication
London : Longmans, Green
Physical Description
162 p. ; 19 cm
Notes
Second impression 1918
Subject Access
Factory management
Industrial efficiency
Labor Unions Great Britain
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The shareholders', directors' and voluntary liquidators' legal companion : a manual of every-day law and practice, for promoters, shareholders, directors, secretaries, creditors, solicitors, and voluntary liquidators of companies, under the Companies Act, 1929 : with appendix of useful forms and acts and proclamations

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/specialcollections315
Part Of
RG 4 Manitoba Pool Elevator fonds
Description Level
Item
Date Range
1936
Part Of
RG 4 Manitoba Pool Elevator fonds
Collection
Manitoba Pool Elevator Library Collection
Creator
Palmer, Francis Beaufort, Sir, 1845-1917
Topham, Alfred Frank, 1874-1952
Topham, A. M. R. (Alexander Mark Romer)
Great Britain. Companies Act, 1929. 1930
Description Level
Item
Item Number
Archives 14-16-7
Item Number Range
Archives 14-16-7
Responsibility
by Sir Francis Beaufort Palmer
Start Date
1936
Date Range
1936
Publication
London : Stevens and Sons Limited
Physical Description
viii, 300 p. : forms ; 19 cm
Notes
Includes index
Subject Access
Corporation law Great Britain Handbooks
manuals
etc
Storage Location
Box 16 - Historical V
Storage Range
Box 16 - Historical V
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Atkinson II site 2004 - day camp visitors

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Part Of
RG 7 Beverley Nicholson fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
2004
Accession Number
1-2010
Part Of
RG 7 Beverley Nicholson fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
2.1.3.5
Item Number
2.1.3.5.5
Accession Number
1-2010
GMD
graphic
Date Range
2004
Physical Description
1024 x 768 (302)
Material Details
JPEG
History / Biographical
Photograph taken during 2004 Brandon University Archaeology excavations at Atkinson II site.
Scope and Content
Day camp visitors at the Atkinson II site 2004.
Name Access
Atkinson II site 2004 - day camp visitors
Subject Access
Archaeology North lauder locale Atkinson site DiMe-27 Atkinson II site 2004 photographs
Images
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Day Care Children visit the President

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Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
c. mid-1980s
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
6
File Number
6.10.13
Item Number
6.10.13
Date Range
c. mid-1980s
Physical Description
15 negatives
Scope and Content
students visit the president's office
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Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Date Range
Fall 1989
Part Of
Brandon University Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
7
File Number
7.10.213
Item Number
7.10.213
Date Range
Fall 1989
Physical Description
colour, 3.5" x 5"
Scope and Content
Career Day
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Red banner day (Rosser Avenue)

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Part Of
CKX fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1963
Accession Number
11-2010
Part Of
CKX fonds
Creator
CKX
Description Level
Item
Series Number
R
Item Number
11-2010.R93
Accession Number
11-2010
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1963
Physical Description
5" x 4" (b/w)
Material Details
Negative
Custodial History
See fonds level of the CKX records for custodial history.
Scope and Content
Image of a street in Brandon.
Name Access
CKX
Bank of Montreal
Tip Top Tailors
Ricki's Ladies' Ready to Wear Store
Binkley Motors
Dayton's
Clement Block
Brandon Musical Supply
Subject Access
building exteriors
businesses
signs and signboards
retail trade
winter
clothing stores
automobile dealerships
cars
persons
Storage Location
CKX fonds - 2010 accessions
Images
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Dominion Day on Rosser Avenue

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Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1906
Accession Number
20-2009
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
20-2009.7
Accession Number
20-2009
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1906
Physical Description
6" x 4" (b/w)
Material Details
on matting
Physical Condition
Photographs have been glued to a backing board that has warped over time
Scope and Content
Photograph shows street view of north side of Rosser Avenue, primarily the 700 block. Horse and buggies are travelling on the avenue and pedestrians fill the sidewalks. Union Jacks and English flags are mounted from the windows on the Fleming and Beaubier blocks. Flag banners are drapped across Rosser Avenue. Businesses visible in the Fleming Block include: Lowes Brothers Clothing and Spring Park Nurseries. Businesses visible in the Beaubier Block include the Empire Hotel. Businesses east of the Empire Hotel are grocer A.M. Percival and the Brandon Hardware Company. An advertisement for the Northern Bank is affixed to a telephone pole on the southside of the street.
Notes
Writing on the front of the photograph matting reads: July 1 1906, 314. One photograph (20-2009.8) is glued below and another, 20-2009.6, is glued on the reverse side. Page appears to be from a photo album.
Name Access
Fleming Block
Lowes Brothers Clothing
Spring Park Nurseries Limited
Empire Hotel
D.W. Beaubier Block
A.M. Percival
Brandon Hardware Company
Rosser Avenue
Subject Access
Street scene
Transportation
downtown
grocers
storefronts
Dominion Day
horses
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Images
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Dominion Day on Rosser Avenue

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Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1906
Accession Number
20-2009
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
20-2009.8
Accession Number
20-2009
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1906
Physical Description
6" x 4" (b/w)
Material Details
on matting
Physical Condition
Photographs have been glued to a backing board that has warped over time
Scope and Content
Photograph shows street view of north side of Rosser Avenue, primarily the 700 block. Horse and buggies are travelling on the avenue and pedestrians fill the sidewalks. Union Jacks and English flags are mounted from the windows on the Fleming and Beaubier blocks. Flag banners are drapped across Rosser Avenue. Businesses visible in the Fleming Block include: Lowes Brothers Clothing and Spring Park Nurseries. Businesses visible in the Beaubier Block include the Empire Hotel. Businesses east of the Empire Hotel are grocer A.M. Percival and the Brandon Hardware Company. An advertisement for the Northern Bank is affixed to a telephone pole on the southside of the street. The street is lined with litter and a number of dogs can be seen roaming the area.
Notes
Writing on the front of the photograph matting reads: 313 July 1906. One photograph (20-2009.8) is glued below and another, 20-2009.6, is glued on the reverse side. Page appears to be from a photo album.
Name Access
Fleming Block
Lowes Brothers Clothing
Spring Park Nurseries Limited
Empire Hotel
D.W. Beaubier Block
A.M. Percival
Brandon Hardware Company
Rosser Avenue
Subject Access
Street scene
Transportation
downtown
grocers
storefronts
Dominion Day
dogs
horses
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Images
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Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 1

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Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.211
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route, with a focus on Second Street SE. A residential area showing homes with extensive backyard gardens can be seen. The South Saskatchewan River can be see on the right of the photograph.
Notes
This photograph shows the neighbourhood before rezoning and commercial development.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
gardens
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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Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 2

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Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.212
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route, with a focus on Second Street SE. Visible store signs include: China Wonderland, Grey Cup Cafe, Lane Bros. & Gibson Ltd., Joy's, Marshall's, Monarch, Gardener's Used Cars, Provincial Treasury Branch, Furvey's Furniture and Appliances, J.J. Moore & Son, Club Cafe, Black Hardware Ltd., Regency Billards, and Sair's Shoe Hospital.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
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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Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 3

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Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.213
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route, with a focus on the First Street SE and North Railway Street merge.
Notes
This photograph appeared on the front page of The Medicine Hat News (19 July 1962).
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
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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Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 4

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Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.214
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route with a focus on the First Street SE. A number of gas stations and garages are visible along this route and include Texaco, Shell, Ford, and B/A. The Fraternal Order of Eagles lodge is also visible.
Notes
This photograph appeared on the front page of The Medicine Hat News (19 July 1962).
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
fraternal organizations
garages
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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Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 5

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Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.215
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route with a focus on the First Street SE and Ash Street. A residential area showing homes with extensive backyard gardens can be seen.
Notes
This photograph shows the neighbourhood before rezoning and commercial development.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
gardens
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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Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 6

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14147
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.216
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route with a focus on the First Street SE and and the South Railway Street merge. A number of gas stations and garages are visible along this route and include Texaco, Shell, Ford, and B/A. The Fraternal Order of Eagles lodge is also visible.
Notes
This photograph shows the neighbourhood before rezoning and commercial development.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
gardens
fraternal organizations
garages
Repro Restriction
Subject to Canadian Copyright Law
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Arrangement
BR #3 Family photos
Images
Show Less

Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 7

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14148
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.217
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route with a focus on the First Street SE and Sixth Avenue intersection. A number of gas stations and garages are visible along this route and include Texaco, Shell, Ford, and B/A. A number of observers can be seen sitting on rooftops.
Notes
This photograph shows the neighbourhood before rezoning and commercial development.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
garages
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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Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 8

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14149
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.218
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route, with a focus on Second Street SE. Visible store signs include: Gardener's Used Cars, Provincial Treasury Branch, Furvey's Furniture and Appliances, J.J. Moore & Son Furniture, Alberta Credit Jewellers, James Richardson & Sons, Medicine Hat Gas Power Water City Owned Utilities.
Notes
This photograph shows the neighbourhood before rezoning and commercial development.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
garages
Repro Restriction
Subject to Canadian Copyright Law
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Arrangement
BR #3 Family photos
Images
Show Less

Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - Parade Day 9

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions14150
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Accession Number
1-2015
Part Of
Fred McGuinness collection
Creator
Photographer: Howard Heid, Medicine Hat News
Description Level
Item
Series Number
McG 9
Item Number
1-2015.219
Accession Number
1-2015
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
10" x 8" (b/w)
History / Biographical
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade Day was held on Thursday, July 19, 1962, at 9:30 a.m. The local newspaper reported that approximately 24,000 people were in attendance to see parade marshall Rod Ashburner leading 175 entries consisting of 90 floats, 75 horses, and 10 bands. There were 19 parade categories eligible for $12,000 in prize money and included: junior and senior cowboys and cowgirls; fancy and Shetland ponies; sulky class open; comic, commercial, industrial and organizational floats; decorated cars; special ranch class; 4-H Clubs; and a non-competitive class. The parade route started at Second St. and Allowance Ave., from Second St. to Ash Ave., north on Ash to First St. SE., from First St. S.E. to Fourth Ave., south to Second St. to South Railway St., south on South Railway St. to Third St., with a finish at McLeod Trail. A route map was published in the Medicine Hat News the day before the parade. Aerial photographs of the parade were taken by Medicine Hat News photographer Howard Heid (1930-2005) from the private helicopter of John Bourn. Bourn was a pilot from Woodville, Wisconsin, who chartered his four-seater helicopter for sight-seers at exhibitions and stampedes across the county. (Sources: Pat Currie, "Let 'Er Go!," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; Harald Gunderson, "'Eye in the Sky' Best Parade View," Medicine Hat News, 19 July 1962,1; "Parade Starts at 9:30 Sharp," 18 July 1962)
Scope and Content
Photograph shows an aerial view of the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Parade route with a focus on the First Street SE and Ash Street. A residential area showing homes with extensive backyard gardens can be seen.
Notes
This photograph shows the neighbourhood before rezoning and commercial development.
Name Access
Medicine Hat
South Saskatchewan River
Subject Access
parades
floats
aerial photography
aerial views
street scenes
gardens
Repro Restriction
Subject to Canadian Copyright Law
Storage Location
RG 5 photograph storage drawer 2 (hanging photos)
Arrangement
BR #3 Family photos
Images
Show Less

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