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153 Archival description results for Rowing

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1914 V.R.C. [Vancouver Rowing Club] Eight on Rowing Club float, Coal Harbour

Item is a photograph of a 1914 Vancouver Rowing Club eight crew with club executives posing on a club float in Coal Harbour. Identified individuals, from left to right: Gavin Davis (in background), S. C. Sweeny, F. G. Hudson, G. N. Stacey, A. C. Black, H. A. Baker (Secretary), Dean Harrison, Dick Pocock, A.C.Findlay (Coxswain), G.B.Harris (President), H. I. Bird, George Chaffey, T. A. H. Taylor, and N. C. Sawers.

1932 Summer Olympics, Los Angeles, California

Item is an amateur film consisting of footage of the 1932 summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California. Competitions filmed include swimming, rowing and equestrian jumping. Also included is footage of the Olympic flame and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Film was mistakenly identified on reel as footage of the 1936 Olympics.

1st Vancouver Rowing Club

Item is a photograph of the first Vancouver Boating Club (later Vancouver Rowing Club) building in Coal Harbour. Also visible in the photograph is a large masted sail and steam ship at dock near the clubhouse.

Coal Harbour 1931, Vancouver Rowing Club eight

Item is a photograph of a 1931 Vancouver Rowing Club eight in Coal Harbour. Visible in the background is the Coal Harbour marina and downtown Vancouver, including the steel frame of the unfinished third Hotel Vancouver. Identified crew (from left to right): C. Wilson (bow), Dawson Dordon (2), Art Bergman (3), Brian Hunnings (4), Alex. Gordon (5), Boyd Gordon (6), Ed. Gordon (7), Tom Cameron (str), and W.G. "Babs" Jaggard (cox).

Coal Harbour scene - 1914 - Vancouver Rowing Club eight

Item is a photograph of a 1914 Vancouver Rowing Club eight at Coal Harbour. Identified crew, from left to right, are: Norman C. Sawers (Bow), T. A. H. Taylor (2), George Chaffey (3), H. I. Bird (4), Archie C. Black (5), G. Nelles Stacey (6), F. G. Hudson (7), S. C. 'Bimbo' Sweeny (str), A. C. Findlay (coxswain).

Regatta Rowing Club July 1st 1936

Item is an amateur film documenting a parade on W. Georgia Street heading west past McDermott Motors Ltd. at 1200 W. Georgia Street, toward Stanley Park. Film documents crowds around houses in the West End, men rowing in Coal Harbour, and the Denman Arena.

Rowing Club, F[ootball] C[lub] 1921

Players are identified from L-R as: W. Ellis, M. Grimmett, O. Hess, J. Weld, A. Lord, D.G. Marshall (Vice Capt.), H. Sherwood, L.R. Thomas, D. Clark, C. Winch, J. Edards, A. Black, R.P. Woodward (Captain), L. Hunter, L. Annance, D. Muir, J. McDougall, R. Prenter, B. Decker.

The Senior Four U.B.C.

Item is a photograph showing a U.B.C. rowing team comprised of W. Smitheringale (bow), w. Bain (2), W.O. Banfield (3), C. Jones (stroke).

V.R.C. [Vancouver Rowing Club] crew group photo

Item is a photograph of a group of rowers posing with trophies in front of the old Vancouver Boating Club and Burrard Inlet Rowing Club boathouses. The first four men in the back row are identified as the 1909 champion four oared crew (from left to right) R. Norman C. Sawers (bow) S.C. 'Bimbo' Sweeny (str) B.R. Gale (3) G. Nelles Stacey (2). The man squatting in front holding his hat is J. Fyfe Smith, the Vancouver Rowing Club captain. The other men are unidentified.

V.R.C. [Vancouver Rowing Club]/U.B.C. [University of British Columbia]B.E. & C. [British Empire & Commonwealth]Games gold medal eight, 1954

Item is a photograph of the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games gold medal eight crew with coach. Identified individuals are (from left to right): Kenneth J. Drummond (2), Douglas J McDonald (5), Thomas A. Toynbee (6), T. Michael Harris (7), Coach Frank Read, Lawrence K. West (4), Glen W. Smith (Str), J. Herman Zloklikouits (3), Phillip T. Kueber (spare), Robt. A. Wilson (bow), and Ray J. Sierpina (cox).

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