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- ON00120 023-1-.1-7-.441-1
- December 8, 1945
Part of Sudbury Star
One image of the Lansdowne Public School softball team, 1945 junior softball champions of the Association of Canadian Travellers (ACT) League, at a luncheon banquet hosted by the ACT for the winning teams. Front, left to right, are Wilf Kelly, Bill Smith, Bill Steele (Coach), Tony Sterebenk, Joe Pellesh and Syward Baker. Back row, left to right, are Joe Woitowich, Bill Kedey (Principal of Lansdowne Public School), Phil Danyluk, Jack Graham, Jack Smith, Ted Pylko, Johnny Kozlich, Walter Makarinsky, Pete Pellesh and Adam Borovich.
- ON00120 023-1-.1-7-.441-2
- December 8, 1945
Part of Sudbury Star
One image of the St. Albert's Separate School softball team, 1945 juvenile softball champions of the Association of Canadian Travellers (ACT) League, at a luncheon banquet hosted by the ACT for the winning teams. Front row, from left to right, Steve Grosdich, Peter Battino, Louis Narbonne (Coach), Vico Medina, Fred Grottoli and George Hamilton. Back row, from left to right, are Allan butler, Eddie Boucher, Paul Dinan, Ray Demuynick, Robert Bois, Gerald Retty, Leo Bertuzzi and Bob Dinan.
- [ca. 1940]-1948
Photographs and letters written by Alma Pearl McMullin, a teacher at the Talbotville Public School (Southwold School Section Number 6) from 1939-1944. Fonds includes class photographs of her students, and letters that she sent to her boyfriend at the time, W.L. "Jimmy" Ward. At the time, teachers had to resign on marriage. Alma and Jimmy were married in July 1944.
McMullin, Alma Pearl
- 1962 - 1983
Fonds consists of records documenting Scott's activities as Headmaster of Trinity College School. Included are correspondence, reports, notes, speeches, agendas and minutes.
Scott, Angus C.
- 1865-[ca. 2018]
Series consists of textual records produced by and about Trinity College School, organized by date of creation. Included are chapel service programs, Speech Day programs, play programs and posters, newspaper clippings, and notes and reports on academics, athletics and administration.
- 1873 - 1961
Letters, minutes, reports, and other documents regarding schools at the Lakehead: early Port Arthur, Fort William, and the region.
Fonds consists of records relating to student life at Central Elgin Collegiate Institute, including yearbooks, programs and a student directory, some of which were once in the possession of former principal G.W. Trevithick.
Fonds is arranged into the following series:
-Yearbooks series, 1960-1984
-Student Directory series, 1964
Central Elgin Collegiate Institute
Series consists of student attendance registers for:
-Balaclava Street Public School, 1924-1929
-Myrtle Street Public School, 1908-1919
-St. Thomas Collegiate Institute, 1900-1927
Series also contains miscellaneous records relating to Balaclava Street Public School, Elmdale Public School, Myrtle Street Public School and Scott Street Public School including newsletters, photographs, yearbooks and other materials collected from 1917 to 2011.
Collection consists of items of collectible memorabilia significant to the history of Trinity College School.
Included are calendars, stationery, postcards, textiles, trophies, athletics equipment, dining and serving ware, slates, jewelry, medals, and musical instruments.
Trinity College School
- 1968, 1971-1972, 1984-1986
The fonds consists of records related to the history and activities of the Huron Park Secondary School located in Woodstock, Ontario. The yearbooks contain class portraits, pictures of teaching staff, sports teams and clubs, graduating classes and information on a variety of school events. They are arranged into the following series and subseries:
Series 1: Argus Yearbooks, 1968, 1971-1972, 1984-1986
- File 1: 1968
- File 2: 1971-1972
- File 3: 1984
- File 4: 1985
- File 5: 1986
Huron Park Secondary School