Item IHM.2021.0004 - John Hunter curling rink

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John Hunter curling rink

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Caption below photo (l to r): Harvey Brown; A.D. Chielens; Wm. Capewell; John Hunter

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  • 1913 (Creation)
    Indian Head (Sask.)

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1 photograph: b&w; 18 x 25 cm

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Donated by Eva Hunter

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Posed team photograph of four Indian Head curlers with brooms, rocks and a large trophy and their names printed on an attached yellow piece of paper naming them as Harvey Brown, A.D. Chielens, Wm. Capewell and John Hunter.

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John Hunter, the skip, also known as "Straight Handle Jock" was president of the Saskatchewan Curling Association in 1909 and his team won the Grand Aggregate trophy of the 1913 Regina Bonspiel (see IH History Book p 212). It is surmised that this photo is of them with the 1913 trophy.

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Artifact#: 1980-56-17

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