Fonds MG 150 - Enée Bordeleau fonds

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Enée Bordeleau fonds

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CA ON00075 MG 150

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  • 1929-1951 (Creation)

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1 m of textual records 9 photographs

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Enée Bordeleau (1903-?) was a columnist for Le Droit and various Quebec newspapers. He was well known as the Host of "The Bradings Sports Forum" in Hull from 1941 to 1951, the first fully bilingual broadcast in Canada, which was heard on radio station CKCH.

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Material was in custody of the donor prior to donation.

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Fonds consists of documents related to the radio broadcast "le forum sportif Bradings" as well as a small amount of personal memorabilia. These documents are divided into five categories: correspondence, broadcasts, newspaper clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous documents. The photographs depict Mr. Bordeleau as well as various sports teams including some associated with broomball and curling.

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Fonds was donated in 1981 by Enée Bordeleau.


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An item list for each series is available. Reference copies of some photographs retrievable by subject.

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Most of the material is in French with some in English.

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