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Windsor Street School students

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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Date
[1937]
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Village Museum Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : sepia ; 9.5 x 15 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph of students from grades one and three at Windsor Street School sitting and standing in four rows in front of the school with their teacher, Miss L. M. Hazlett who stands at the back row on the far left. Also in the back row are; Edward Burl, Donald Hawkin, Ian Dunbar and Jim McClosky. S…
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Village Museum Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : sepia ; 9.5 x 15 cm
Material Details
Photograph has scalloped edges
Scope and Content
Photograph of students from grades one and three at Windsor Street School sitting and standing in four rows in front of the school with their teacher, Miss L. M. Hazlett who stands at the back row on the far left. Also in the back row are; Edward Burl, Donald Hawkin, Ian Dunbar and Jim McClosky. Standing in the second row are; Donald McDonald, Bruce Dean, Freddie Bond, Charles Farren, Charles Howes, Russel Millar, Harley Cash, David Penzer, Gordon Williams and Gordon Thornhill. Standing in the third row are; Arthur Sellars, Neil McKinnon, Billy Langford, Teddy Galbraith, Peggy Harrington, Birnie Reid, Elenor (last name unknown), Bessie McMurray, Rosanne Fraser, Marjorie (last name unknown and Betty (last name unknown). Sitting in the front row are; Flora Lawrie, Gwennie Owen, Sandra (last name unknown), Ella Beatty, unidentified, Elsie Williamson, Dagney (last name unknown), unidentified, unidentified and unidentified.
Subjects
Occupations - Teachers
Names
Windsor Street School
Hazlett, Miss L. M.
Burl, Edward
Hawkin, Donald
Dunbar, Ian
McClosky, Jim
McDonald, Donald
Dean, Bruce
Bond, Freddie
Farren, Charles
Howes, Charles
Millar, Russel
Cash, Harley
Penzer, David
Williams, Gordon
Thornhill, Gordon
Sellars, Arthur
McKinnon, Neil
Langford, Billy
Galbraith, Teddy
Harrington, Peggy
Reid, Birnie
McMurray, Bessie
Fraser, Rosanne
Lawrie, Flora
Owen, Gwennie
Beatty, Ella
Williamson, Elsie
Geographic Access
Burnaby - Windsor Street
Burnaby - Imperial Street
Burnaby - 6166 Imperial Street
Accession Code
BV005.35.8
Access Restriction
No restrictions
Date
[1937]
Media Type
Photograph
Historic Neighbourhood
Edmonds (Historic Neighbourhood)
Planning Study Area
Windsor Area
Scan Resolution
600
Scan Date
11-Jun-09
Scale
100
Notes
Title based on contents of photograph
Note in black ink on verso of photograph reads: "Left to Right Gr 1+3/ 1st R. Miss L. M. Hazlett, Edward Burl, Donild [sic] Hawkin, Ian Dunbar, Jim McClosky / 2nd R. Donild [sic] McDonild [sic], Bruce Dean, Freddie Bond, Charels [sic] Faren [sic], Charels [sic] Howes, Russel Millar, Harley Cash, David Penzer (arm), Gordon Williams, Gordon Thornhill / 3rd R. Arthur Sellars, Neil McKinnon, Billy Langford, Teddy Galbraith / 4th Girls Peggy Harrington, Birnie Reid, Elenor [torn]/ Bessie McMurray, Rosanne Fraser, Marjorie [torn] Betty Per[torn] / 5 R. Flora Lawrie, Gwennie Owen, Sandra [torn]/ myself, [illegible name], Elsie Williamson, Dagney B[cut off]"
Note in black ink on recto of photograph reads: "WINDSOR ST. SCHOOL Gr. 1+3 1937?
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Windsor Street School students

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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Date
[1938]
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Village Museum Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : sepia ; 9.5 x 15 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph of students from grades three and four at Windsor Street School sitting and standing in five rows in front of the school building. Sitting in the front row (from left) are; David Penzer (grade three), Clifford Spraule (grade three), Alex Decker, Wilfred Bjorvick (grade three), Mike Kozak…
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Village Museum Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : sepia ; 9.5 x 15 cm
Material Details
Photograph has scalloped edges
Scope and Content
Photograph of students from grades three and four at Windsor Street School sitting and standing in five rows in front of the school building. Sitting in the front row (from left) are; David Penzer (grade three), Clifford Spraule (grade three), Alex Decker, Wilfred Bjorvick (grade three), Mike Kozak, Arthur Sellars (grade three) and Charles Farren (grade three). Sitting in the second row are; Sheila Stockley (grade three), Gloria Frezen, Sandra MacKenzie (grade three), Merle Armstrong, Peggy Harrington, Elsie Williamson, Betty Cox (grade three), Dagney Bjorvick, Joyce Langford (grade three), Barbara Bagley (grade three) and Margaret McConnle (grade three). Standing in the third row are; Douglas Jackson (grade three), Charles Homes (grade three), Thelma Renas, Marjorie Bjorvick, Bessie McMurray, Ella Beatty, Rosanne Fraser, Rose Cox (grade three), Jessie Penzer (grade three), Trudie Bapp (grade three) and Betty Perdue. Standing in the fourth row are; Bill McDougal, Ronnie Kirkpatrick (grade three), Raymond Renas, Bill Stinson (grade three), Harley Cash (grade three), John Adams (grade three), Gordon Williams (grade three), Roy Donelly (grade three) and Jack Gray (grade three). Standing in the back row are; George Baker, Gordon Thornhill, Tom Dunbar, Neil McKinnon (grade three) and Maurice Baker (grade three).
Names
Windsor Street School
Penzer, David
Spraule, Clifford
Decker, Alex
Bjorvick, Wilfred
Kozak, Mike
Sellars, Arthur
Farren, Charles
Stockley,Sheila
Frezen, Gloria
MacKenzie, Sandra
Armstrong, Merle
Harrington, Peggy
Williamson, Elsie
Cox, Betty
Bjorvick, Dagney
Langford, Joyce
Bagley, Barbara
McConnle, Margaret
Jackson, Douglas
Homes, Charles
Renas, Thelma
Bjorvick, Marjorie
McMurray, Bessie
Beatty, Ella
Fraser, Rosanne
Cox, Rose
Penzer, Jessie
Bapp, Trudie
Perdue, Betty
McDougal, Bill
Kirkpatrick, Ronnie
Renas, Raymond
Stinson, Bill
Cash, Harley
Adams, John
Williams, Gordon
Donelly, Roy
Gray, Jack
Baker, George
Thornhill, Gordon
Dunbar, Tom
McKinnon, Neil
Baker, Maurice
Geographic Access
Burnaby - Windsor Street
Burnaby - Imperial Street
Burnaby - 6166 Imperial Street
Accession Code
BV005.35.9
Access Restriction
No restrictions
Date
[1938]
Media Type
Photograph
Historic Neighbourhood
Edmonds (Historic Neighbourhood)
Planning Study Area
Windsor Area
Scan Resolution
600
Scan Date
11-Jun-09
Scale
100
Notes
Title based on contents of photograph
Note in black ink on recto of photograph reads: "WINDSOR ST. SCHOOL Gr. 3 + 4 1938 ?"
Numbers written in black ink on recto identify the students
Note in black ink on verso of photograph reads: "1 David Penzer* 2 Clifford Spraule* 3 Alex Decker 4 Wilfred Bjorvick* 5 Mike Kozak 6 Arthur Sellars* 7 Charles Farren [sic]* 8 Sheila Stockley* 9 Gloria Frezen 10 Sandra MacKenzie* 11 Merle Armstrong 12 Peggy Harrington 13 Elsie Williamson 14 Betty Cox*/15 Dagney Bjorvick / 16 Joyce Langford* 17 Barbra Bagley* 18 Margaret McConnle* 19 Douglas Jackson* 20 Charles Hames* 21 Thelma Renas 22 Marjorie Bjorvick 23 Bessie McMurray 24 Ella Beatty 25 Rosanne Fraser 26 Rose Cox* 27 Jessie Penzer* 28 Trudie Bapp* 29 Betty Perdue 30 Bill McDougal 31 Ronnie Kirkpatrick* 32 Raymond Renas 33 Bill Stinson* 34 Harley Cash* 35 John Adams* 36 Gordon Williams* 37 Roy Donelly* 38 Jack Gray* 39 George Baker 40 Gordon Thornhill/41 Tom Dunbar 42 Neil McKinnon* 43 Maurice Baker* Grade 3 + 4 Grade 3 marked by *"
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Dominion Bridge Company Twenty-five Year Club Dinner

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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Date
November 5, 1955
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Village Museum Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 18.5 x 34 cm, mounted on card 20.5 x 35 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph of Dominion Bridge Company staff gathered together in a banquet hall with carpeted floors for the fourth annual Pacific Division Twenty-five Year Club Dinner. Standing in the back row (l to r) are: Bill Jones, Ron Butchor, Bill Fyvie, Piercy Pamphlet, Reg Birkinshaw, Jim Swan, Lester Hea…
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Village Museum Photograph Collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 18.5 x 34 cm, mounted on card 20.5 x 35 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph of Dominion Bridge Company staff gathered together in a banquet hall with carpeted floors for the fourth annual Pacific Division Twenty-five Year Club Dinner. Standing in the back row (l to r) are: Bill Jones, Ron Butchor, Bill Fyvie, Piercy Pamphlet, Reg Birkinshaw, Jim Swan, Lester Heald (Ex Montreal), Harry Daly, Angus McLachlan, Dave Nelson, Doug Urry, Tommy Nelson, Ben McNamee, Tom Bate, Hans Mattson, Archie Bockus. Standing in the third row are: Arthur Pruden, Harry Minshall, Bob Baylis, Tom Williams, Gordon Logan, Frank White (Ex- Winnipeg), Allan Gentles, Ed Stewart (Ex-Winnipeg), John Ross, Tommy Carter, Art Daly, and Clair Ross. Sitting in the third row are: Jack Buckthorp, Frank Fletcher, Ed Strubin, Mrs. Doris White, John Baxter, Ernie Jarman, Jim Jagger and Harold McInnes. Sitting on the floor in the front row are: Bob Strachan, Tommy Duncan, Jim Stewart, Jack McStay, Tom White, Eddie Cockriell, Ralph Smith, George Lewin, Jack Wilson and Bert Vicars. Bert Mills and Chris Stromnes are not pictured.
Subjects
Celebrations
Names
Dominion Bridge Company
Jones, W. C. "Bill"
Butchor, Ron
Fyvie, W. J. "Bill"
Pamphlet, J. Piercy
Birkinshaw, Reg C.
Swan, Jim C.
Heald, J. Lester
Daly, L. Harry
McLachlan, R. Angus
Nelson, Dave B.
Urry, Doug P.
Nelson, J. Tommy
Bate, Tom D.
Mattson, Hans E.
Bockus, Archie C.
Pruden, G. Arthur
Minshall, Harry H.
Baylis, R. H. "Bob"
Williams, Tom G.
Logan, Gordon V. E.
White, Frank
Gentles, Alan S
Stewart, Ed
Ross, John
Carter, Tommy A.
Daly, J. Art
Ross, Clair
Buckthorp, Jack
Fletcher, Frank
Strubin, A. Ed
White, Doris E.
Baxter, John G.
Jarman, Ernie J.
Jagger, Jim
McInnes, Harold
Strachan, Robert "Bob"
Duncan, Tommy J.
Stewart, Jim W.
McStay, Jack
White, Tom I.
Cockriell, S. Eddie
Smith, Ralph
Lewin, C. George
Wilson, Jack
Vicars, H. B. "Bert"
Accession Code
BV003.46.18
Access Restriction
No restrictions
Reproduction Restriction
No known restrictions
Date
November 5, 1955
Media Type
Photograph
Scan Resolution
600
Scan Date
09-Jun-09
Scale
100
Notes
Title based on contents of photograph
Printed in border on recto of photograph: "DOMINION BRIDGE CO., LIMITED/ PACIFIC DIVISION"
Note in blue ink on verso of photograph reads: "Nov. 5/ 1955"
Printed caption glued to verso reads: "DOMINION BRIDGE COMPANY, LIMITED - Vancouver, B. C. (Pacific Division)/ Fourth Annual 25-Year Club Dinner - November 5, 1955/ Back Row, Left to Right (Standing):/ Bill Jones, Ron Butchor, Bill Fyvie, Piercy Pamphlet, Reg Birkinshaw, Jim Swan,/ Lester Heald (Ex Montreal), Harry Daly, Angus McLachlan, Dave Nelson, Doug Urry,/ Tommy Nelson, Ben McNamee, Tom Bate, Hans Mattson, Archie Bockus./ Third Row, Left to Right (Standing):/ Arthur Pruden, Harry Minshall, Bob Baylis, Tom Williams, Gordon Logan, Frank White,/ Ex- Winnipeg, Allan Gentles, Ed Stewart Ex-Winnipeg, John Ross, Tommy Carter, Art/ Daly, Clair Ross./ Second Row, Left to Right (Seated):/ Jack Buckthorp, Frank Fletcher, Ed Strubin, Mrs. Doris White, John Baxter, Ernie/ Jarman, Jim Jagger, Harold McInnes./ Front Row, Left to Right (seated on Floor):/ Bob Strachan, Tommy Duncan, Jim Stewart, Jack McStay, Tom White, Eddie Cockriell,/ Ralph Smith, George Lewin, Jack Wilson, Bert Vicars./ Absent: Bert Mills, Chris Stromnes."
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.4
Description
Pair of black pumps, with brown lining
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him …
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.4
Description
Pair of black pumps, with brown lining
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him in 1919 to form Denby Bros & Co. Ltd Leather and Shoe Findings at 163 West Pender. William Gordon Pope started helping out in the shoe store at the age of 10. He eventually ran the store with his cousin, Pat Denby (son of William A. Denby) starting in the 1950s. The store closed in 1974.
Marks/Labels
"Smardon"
Subjects
Clothing
Clothing - Footwear
Record Type
Artifact
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.6
Description
Pair of child's brown leather 7 button boots
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him …
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.6
Description
Pair of child's brown leather 7 button boots
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him in 1919 to form Denby Bros & Co. Ltd Leather and Shoe Findings at 163 West Pender. William Gordon Pope started helping out in the shoe store at the age of 10. He eventually ran the store with his cousin, Pat Denby (son of William A. Denby) starting in the 1950s. The store closed in 1974.
Subjects
Clothing
Clothing - Footwear
Record Type
Artifact
Images
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.9
Description
Pair of 18 eyelet boots, woman's; leather; black lower and light brown uppers; high heel
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him …
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.9
Description
Pair of 18 eyelet boots, woman's; leather; black lower and light brown uppers; high heel
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him in 1919 to form Denby Bros & Co. Ltd Leather and Shoe Findings at 163 West Pender. William Gordon Pope started helping out in the shoe store at the age of 10. He eventually ran the store with his cousin, Pat Denby (son of William A. Denby) starting in the 1950s. The store closed in 1974.
Marks/Labels
"Made by the / Blackford / Shoe Mfg. Co. Ltd. / TORONTO", embroidered on label on inside of boot
Subjects
Clothing
Clothing - Footwear
Record Type
Artifact
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.10
Description
Pair of 10 eyelet boots, woman's; tan leather; medium heel
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him …
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.10
Description
Pair of 10 eyelet boots, woman's; tan leather; medium heel
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him in 1919 to form Denby Bros & Co. Ltd Leather and Shoe Findings at 163 West Pender. William Gordon Pope started helping out in the shoe store at the age of 10. He eventually ran the store with his cousin, Pat Denby (son of William A. Denby) starting in the 1950s. The store closed in 1974.
Subjects
Clothing
Clothing - Footwear
Record Type
Artifact
Images
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.18
Description
Pair of child's 6 button boots; black leather bottoms and green uppers
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him …
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV973.144.18
Description
Pair of child's 6 button boots; black leather bottoms and green uppers
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him in 1919 to form Denby Bros & Co. Ltd Leather and Shoe Findings at 163 West Pender. William Gordon Pope started helping out in the shoe store at the age of 10. He eventually ran the store with his cousin, Pat Denby (son of William A. Denby) starting in the 1950s. The store closed in 1974.
Subjects
Clothing
Clothing - Footwear
Record Type
Artifact
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV974.130.69
Description
Toll Bridge Tickets - Tickets. Four connected tickets for crossing the Second Narrows Bridge. The tickets are green with a small drawing of the bridge on them. On the top of each ticket is "00191" The tickets were produced by the Vancouver Harbour Commissioners.
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him …
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV974.130.69
Description
Toll Bridge Tickets - Tickets. Four connected tickets for crossing the Second Narrows Bridge. The tickets are green with a small drawing of the bridge on them. On the top of each ticket is "00191" The tickets were produced by the Vancouver Harbour Commissioners.
Object History
From Denby Bros. Shoe Store at 163 West Pender in Vancouver. Stafford Ague Denby (1882-1957) started peddling shoe findings in 1918 around Vancouver to repair shops around town from the back of an old Ford. Two of his brothers, William Albert (1873-1947) and Melvin Stanley (1879-1953) joined him in 1919 to form Denby Bros & Co. Ltd Leather and Shoe Findings at 163 West Pender. William Gordon Pope started helping out in the shoe store at the age of 10. He eventually ran the store with his cousin, Pat Denby (son of William A. Denby) starting in the 1950s. The store closed in 1974.
Subjects
Exchange Medium
Exchange Medium - Tickets
Transportation
Transportation - Automobiles
Structures
Structures - Bridges
Record Type
Artifact
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