Item PC1, Box 22, Folder 27 - Composite Photograph of Halifax City League Champions - 1929-30

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Composite Photograph of Halifax City League Champions - 1929-30

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PC1, Box 22, Folder 27

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  • [between 1929 and 1930] (Creation)
    Gauvin & Gentzel

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1 photograph : b&w ; 13x15 inches

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Gauvin, Gentzel & Company was a photographic studio founded by George A. Gauvin and Adolphe E. Gentzel in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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Item is a composite photograph of the 1929-1930 Halifax City League Champions. The photograph consists of portraits of F. R. Duxbury (Assistant Manager); D. M. Scott; H. Drover; R. S. Grant; F. D. Wishart; Potter Aborn Oyler; C. F. Ross; C. F. Townsend; D. M. MacRae; W. Templeman; G. P. Tanton; A. A. MacDonald; G. F. Sutherland; A. G. Cooper; R. B. Baird; C. S. Giddings (Manager); R. McNeil; D. A. Davidson; C. Jones; W. S. Woolner; H. F. Townsend; G. T. Macleod (Captain); A. Sutherland (Captain Elect); C. R. Maclellan (Coach); and A. I. MacDonald (Coach) arranged in a large letter "D", around a photograph of a trophy.

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The photograph is faded and the lower left corner is bent.

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  • English

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