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A black and white photograph and print of the Carpetball Team, Sons of England. The names of the players are provided on the back of the photograph.   Front Row (left to right): [Tom] Southall, Douglas Chatland, [Kernock]. Back Row (left to right): Bert Saunders (Coach), Morris Mubb, Leonard Prior, Jack Southull.
A black and white photograph of the Citizens Committee Outing, July 15th 1920. Members are standing on and around a bridge beneath a large tree. A committee of local citizens functioned from 1905-1915 to oversee Dundas Driving Park improvements. Samuael Lennard was the first Chairman, E.A.L. Clarke Secretary and G.C. Wilson, Treasurer. The Park came under the public Park Act in 1915, at which time the Board of Park Management was formed. Note: Date of 1905-1915 for committee function does...
A black and white photograph depicting a football team. One team member in the back row is holding a football on which is written "1916 G.C.I" The photograph is mounted onto hard board. One team member in the back row is holding a football on which is written "1916 G.C.I." The photograph is mounted onto hard board. On the back is an acquisition sticker "From Mrs. Latshaw Estate, F.A. Latshaw, Dec. 1946."
Item consists of a black and white photograph depicting the All Canadian Team, touring England and Scotland in 1888. Team for the "Swifts" match, Kennington Oval, October 13th, 1888. The photograph is mounted on thick card. On the back is written: FOOTBALL The All Canadian Team, touring England and Scotland in 1888. Team for the "Swifts" match, Pennington Oval, October 13th, 1888. (Game drawn 2-2) The photograph is mounted on thick card.
A photographic negative depicting a large sign for the Dundas Valley Golf and Country Club.