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Jack Storey

  • CA ASM 983.210.1
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 photograph of Jack Storey poling a dug-out canoe.

Jack Storey and Harold Weaver

  • CA ASM 2018-03-15/45
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 photograph of Jack Storey (Guide) in rear boat, and Harold Weaver. Taken just below the Doaktown Bridge. Jack was inducted into the Atlantic Salmon Museum Hall of Fame in 1985.

John Hulton

  • CA ASM 983.105.9
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 close-up photograph of author John Hulton with a cane, holding a salmon on a stick.

Lloyd White

  • CA MtA 083
  • Fonds
  • 1953-1954

Fonds consists of black and white, 8 x 10 in, photographs by Moncton Publishing Co., Ltd. including a game photograph of Mount Allison men’s basketball team vs. Harlem Globetrotters, 1953-54; a group photograph of Mount Allison men’s basketball team members with members of the Globetrotters team, 1953-54; and autographs of team members removed from the back of framed photograph.

White, Lloyd

MFFAA sports

  • CA PANB MC199
  • Fonds
  • 26 July 1933

This item is a scorecard for the 1933 Maritime Fire Fighters Athletic Association annual sports competition. It contains a schedule of the day's events.

Maritime Fire Fighters Athletic Association

Mapleridge Lodge Register

  • CA PHI 7
  • Item
  • 1906-1931

A register of the guests that stayed at the Mapleridge Lodge from 1906 to 1931.

Mary Sybil Poole

  • CA MtA 112
  • Fonds
  • 1924-1926

Fonds consists of photographs of the Mount Allison Academy football team, 1924; Mount Allison University men’s hockey team, 1925; Mount Allison University men’s basketball team, 1925; Mount Allison University men’s basketball team, 1926; and an unidentified young man, wearing a Mount Allison sweater, holding a catch of fish.

Poole, Mary Sybil

Meadow Lodge

  • CA ASM 982.31.1
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 photograph of Meadow Lodge owned by Tom Boyd and located near Leadbetter Brook outside of Doaktown. Subjects from left to right: Charles Robinson, his father George Robinson; his grandfather, Melvin Arthur Robinson (1874-1961), and on far right Tom Boyd.

Millicent Anderson

  • CA PANB MC292
  • Fonds
  • 1949-1986

This fonds documents Millicent Anderson's curling activities, as well as those of her husband, curlers in the Newcastle / Chatham area (now Miramichi) and elsewhere in the province. It includes curling rule books; newspaper clippings; 6 issues of The Hog Score, the newsletter of the Fredericton Curling Club (1948); and a programme for the 10th annual induction ceremony of the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame (1979). The bulk of the fonds is comprised of pamphlets, leaflets and booklets pertaining to bonspiels held at various curling rinks around the province. Of particular interest is the souvenier program for the Labatt Brier, held at Moncton in 1985; a booklet containing information on the activities of Canadian and Scottish curling teams at home and abroad (1950); and a compilation of New Brunswick curling records that outline the development and growth of the sport throughout the province between 1854 and 1978.

Anderson, Millicent Elvira (Ramsay)

Paris Crew

  • CA MNBM ID2229
  • Collection
  • 1867-1972

This collection consists of various items related to the career of the Paris Crew.. There is a photograph taken at Southampton, England, in 1867 just before they left for France. It includes information about the crew and the races as well as the names of their business manager (Sheriff Harding) and the spare man (Robert MacLaren). There is an agreement between James Renforth and 3 other English oarsmen and the Saint John crew which outlines details of the Anglo-Canadian boat race of 23 August 1871 and sets a prize of £500. A map showing the course is also included.

An official program commemorating the 50th anniversary of the race between the Paris Crew and the Tyne Crew of England provides considerable information about the rowers. There is also a certificate of induction into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, 3 June 1972. Miscellaneous ephemera includes 2 copies of the "Rowing Song" performed at the Mechanics Institute, Saint John, in 1868, a photocard reproduced from the 1867 photograph, a press clipping of information about the Great Boat Race and poetry by Byron DeWolfe.

Paris Crew

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