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1940s Curling Team

Four men holding wide corn brooms dressed in curling sweaters with Rosetown insignia on left breast. They are also wearing tams with a plaid band and are standing in front of a scoreboard. L-R: George Shaw?, Bill Heartwell, 2 unknown.

A Ladies Curling Team

Team photograph of a women's curling team in Biggar, Saskatchewan; team members identified as: (left to right) Mrs. Coonquist; Elsie James; Florence King; and, Willa Rutherford

Hillyard, Gord. L.

Ada Bedard collection

  • 996-014
  • Collection
  • 1962

The collection contains one black and white photograph of a large group of people standing outside the "Old Time Curling Club" in Melfort Saskatchewan. The photograph was taken in 1962, and was part of Ada and Joby Bedard's personal collection.

Bedard, Ada (Née Elliot)

Atina Ford - In Class

Atina Ford delivers a lecture standing in front of a white screen.

Bio/Historical Note: Atina Ford (nee Johnston) is a world champion and Olympic champion curler. She won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano as the alternate for Sandra Schmirler. She also won the World Championships in 1997 as the alternate for the Schmirler team. Ford won a bronze medal in the 1991 World Junior Curling Championships in Glasgow as skip for the Canadian Junior women’s team. Ford has a BEd and is qualified to teach French immersion.

Biggar Men's Curling Team

Group/Team photograph of a men's curling team (with trophy) in Biggar, Saskatchewan. Names written on back of photograph, they include: ?, Thomas G. Dark, Ed Chatterton, Cecil Price

Biggar Photograph Collection

  • BPC
  • Collection
  • 1900-?

Collection contains photos and postcards reflecting Biggar and District.

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