Item PC1, Box 24, Folder 14 - Photograph of Dalhousie Football Team - Champions of Eastern Canada

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Photograph of Dalhousie Football Team - Champions of Eastern Canada

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PC1, Box 24, Folder 14

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  • 1908 (Creation)
    Gauvin & Gentzel

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3 photographs : b&w ; 16 x 20 in.

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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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File contains three copies of a photograph of the 1908 Dalhousie Football Team. The photograph shows S. MacKenzie; F. R. Archibald; D. McNeil; E. M. Forbes; J. R. Collie; L. Siderski; J. J. MacDonald; Dr. J. Rankin; M. G. Burris; D. A. Cameron; H. W. Flemming (Captain); N. C. Ralston; C. R. Chipman; P. R. Flemming; W. W. Malcolm; W. C. Ross; F. Kenney; E. K. Maclellan sitting or standing in three rows around a trophy. The caption "Champions of Eastern Canada" and game scores are included on the matboard. Name "Rankin" may actually be "Rankine", name "Kenney" may actually be "Kenny".

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All copies of photograph are mounted on matboards. One matboard is worn around the edges. Another matboar is water damaged, worn around the edges and corners, and is missing the lower left corner.

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  • English

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