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Burlington Table Tennis League, 1947 - 1948
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Identification notes expanded by Mary Robson: 1. Bob Richardson, Accountant, Bank of Toronto, Brant Street; 2. Austin Fitzpatrick; 3. Gord Alton, Insurance; 4. Wes Coombe; 5. Harry Wardell, Insurance, Brant Street; 6. Jack Duke, Barber, Brant Street (where City Hall is now); 7. Fred Hayes, painter/decorator, Bellview Avenue; 8. Gord Petrie, BA garage and gas station; 9. Bill Grewar; 10. Bill Fraser, Dentist, Brant Street opposite Ontario Street, 2nd floor; 11. Hugh Wiltshire; 12. Ozzie Dredge, Grocer and Port Nelson P.O., Water Street and Guelph Line; 13. Al Love; 14. Bob Fulton; 15. Cliff Chisholm; 16. Bill Chisholm; 17. Jack Bush; 18. Bernie Hurd, Studebaker deaker, Lynn - Hurst Motors, southeast corner of Brant and Caroline Streets; 19. --; 20. Sandy Marshall; 21. Charlie Foster; 22. Don Wright, Insurance; 23. --; 24. --; 25. Sam Ferguson, Niagara Brand Spray; 26. --; 27. Jack Ryan, Orchestra; 28. Norm Smith; 19. George Haswell, Furniture store, Brant Street across from Town Hall; 30. Mel Howden, Graham's then Howden's shoe store, Brant Street; 31. Ian Olsen, Bicycle shop, Brant Street, opposite Town Hall; 32. Ralph Smith; 33. George Robbins; 34. George Vincent; 35. Stan Coe, Manager, Bank of Toronto, Brant Street; Herb Berry; 37. Norm Lynn, Studebaker dealer, Lynn - Hurst Motors, southeast corner of Brant and Caroline Streets; 38. --; 39. Harold Pitts; 40. Frank Rogers, Coffee Pot Restaurant, Brant Street, opposite Queen's Hotel at Elgin Street; 41. Walter Torrance; 42. Frank Bannon; 43. Jack Graham; 44. William Vansickle.
Notes
A digital copy of a laserprint copy of an original photograph, 35 by 15 cm.
Mary Robson's notes: George Haswell and Mel Howden's residences were on Halifax Place; Stan Coe's residence on Birch Avenue. Norm Lynn died in April 1951 as a result of a collision in his Studebaker on the QEW near the Ford Plant in Oakville. John Boddington, Brant Street jeweller, was killed outright. Al Corbett, accountant at the Royal Bank was seriously injured, but was able to resume his work some years later.

Date of Original
1947 -1948
Subject(s)
Local identifier
img 691691, img 692692
Collection
Kirby - Robson fonds
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.38621 Longitude: -79.83713
Donor
Mary (née Kirby) Robson
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Burlington Historical Society
Email
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Agency street/mail address
1450 Headon Road
P.O. Box 93164
Burlington, ON L7M 4A3
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Burlington Table Tennis League, 1947 - 1948


Identification notes expanded by Mary Robson: 1. Bob Richardson, Accountant, Bank of Toronto, Brant Street; 2. Austin Fitzpatrick; 3. Gord Alton, Insurance; 4. Wes Coombe; 5. Harry Wardell, Insurance, Brant Street; 6. Jack Duke, Barber, Brant Street (where City Hall is now); 7. Fred Hayes, painter/decorator, Bellview Avenue; 8. Gord Petrie, BA garage and gas station; 9. Bill Grewar; 10. Bill Fraser, Dentist, Brant Street opposite Ontario Street, 2nd floor; 11. Hugh Wiltshire; 12. Ozzie Dredge, Grocer and Port Nelson P.O., Water Street and Guelph Line; 13. Al Love; 14. Bob Fulton; 15. Cliff Chisholm; 16. Bill Chisholm; 17. Jack Bush; 18. Bernie Hurd, Studebaker deaker, Lynn - Hurst Motors, southeast corner of Brant and Caroline Streets; 19. --; 20. Sandy Marshall; 21. Charlie Foster; 22. Don Wright, Insurance; 23. --; 24. --; 25. Sam Ferguson, Niagara Brand Spray; 26. --; 27. Jack Ryan, Orchestra; 28. Norm Smith; 19. George Haswell, Furniture store, Brant Street across from Town Hall; 30. Mel Howden, Graham's then Howden's shoe store, Brant Street; 31. Ian Olsen, Bicycle shop, Brant Street, opposite Town Hall; 32. Ralph Smith; 33. George Robbins; 34. George Vincent; 35. Stan Coe, Manager, Bank of Toronto, Brant Street; Herb Berry; 37. Norm Lynn, Studebaker dealer, Lynn - Hurst Motors, southeast corner of Brant and Caroline Streets; 38. --; 39. Harold Pitts; 40. Frank Rogers, Coffee Pot Restaurant, Brant Street, opposite Queen's Hotel at Elgin Street; 41. Walter Torrance; 42. Frank Bannon; 43. Jack Graham; 44. William Vansickle.