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Team portrait of the No. 10 Halifax Siege Battery Football Team, 1917

Item is a group portrait of the No. 10 Halifax Siege Battery football team, 1917 Champions of Eastern Canada, featuring: Gr. Walker, W.; Sergt. Shand, E.B.; Gr. McDonald, A.; Cpl. Logan, H.A.; Cpl. Colquhoun, D.A.Y.; Bdr. Logan, J.F.; B.S.M. Fultz, S.L.; Bdr. Sharpe, F.; Gr. Shurman; Gr. Mahon, W.H.; Capt. Palmer, F.H.; Lieut. McNair, J.B.; Cpl. Richardson, R.B.; Gr. McInnis, W.; Bdr. Kuhn, W.E.; R.Q.M.S. Holmes, G.R.; Gr. McClafferty, R.K.; Gr. Smith, W.B.; Bdr. Taylor, G.; and Gr. Fisher, C.

Team portrait of the Halifax Wanderers Club, 1916

Item is a group portrait of the Halifax Wanderers' football team in 1913: Dr. J.S. Carruthers; A. Ryan; H.W. Mahon; W. L. Fluck; D. Johnson; J. E. Monaghan; Dr. D. Douglas; H. J. Gray; E. R. Goreham; E. J. Hallett; W. Rogers; A. Gladwin; R. F. Studd; R. O. Schaefer; C. Wood; C. D. Shreve; J. B Hunter; L. N. Seaman

Team portrait of the Halifax Wanderers Club, 1913

Item is a group portrait of the Halifax Wanderers' football team in 1913: Dr. J.S. Carruthers; A. Ryan; H.W. Mahon; W. L. Fluck; D. Johnson; J. E. Monaghan; Dr. D. Douglas; H. J. Gray; E. R. Goreham; E. J. Hallett; W. Rogers; A. Gladwin; R. F. Studd; R. O. Schaefer; C. Wood; C. D. Shreve; J. B Hunter; L. N. Seaman

Team portrait of the Halifax Wanderers Club, 1923

Item is a group portrait of the Halifax Wanderers' football team in 1924: G.S. Gilbert; Roy Stetch; Rhody Armitage; Bob Swartz; Gwenne Timothy; Harry Young; Roy Calwell; Jim Scriven; Chuck McLeod; Art Lilly; Tim Hunter; Roy Studd; Ritch McCoy; Fred Ellis; and H. Edwards. The back of the cardboard frame contains handwritten notes about games and players.

Team portraits of the Halifax Wanderers Club

  • MS-2-826
  • Fonds
  • 1913 - 1924
Collection includes team photographs. Wanderers Grounds was a sporting complex in Halifax, Nova Scotia, which was originally part of the Halifax Commons. The land was used in the 1880s by the Halifax Wanderers Amateur Athletic Club (WAAC) and was their home grounds for the sports of rugby and lawn bowling. Leased to the club in the 1800s, the club failed to pay its lease fees during the Second World War and the land's use reverted to the City of Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality) who have maintained it since then.

Marq de Villiers fonds

  • MS-2-825
  • Fonds
  • 1943 - 2016
Fonds comprises records documenting Marq de Villiers' work as a journalist and writer of non-fiction. Record types include manuscripts and published work—including collaborations with his wife, Sheila Hirtle; correspondence; publicity and reviews; and a small series of personal photographs and photographs taken in the course of his research.

de Villiers, Marq

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