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Al Betts fonds

  • Fonds
  • [196-?] – [ca. 1982?]

Records consist of photographs created by Streetsville resident Al Betts during his time as a professional photographer. Betts worked professionally as a photographer from ca. 1965 to ca. 1983.

Included are wedding portraits, passport portraits, photographs of various industrial and commercial properties, confirmation (first communion) photographs, and photographs taken for the Streetsville Review newspaper. The geographic coverage of the material is not limited to Streetsville or Toronto Township; Betts travelled throughout Ontario while working for clients, and as a result photographs of other locales are present (including Burlington, Etobicoke, and Toronto). One of Betts’ major commercial clients was the Toronto-based foundry and engineering company John T. Hepburn Ltd. and they sent him to document their projects throughout Ontario.

Betts, Al

Grade III [Streetsville Public School grade 3 class]

Item consists of a photograph of a school class. Verso reads: "Grade III, June 1930?; Top row: Monica Bonham, Margaret Christie, Bernice Kee, Gladys Harris, Christina Crowley, Rose Borcna, Dora Welk, I. Sprowl, Mary McDonald; Second row: Ross Tommy, Gordon Rowatt, Edward Kee, Tony Franze, Bill Whaley, Joe Keane, Walter Coram, Ted Herd, Jackson Cunningham, Joe? John Bansero; Third row: Catina [Brant?], Jean McKay, Fanny Milburn, Jean Goldthorpe, Cathleen Craighton (Julia), Miss Green, Rita Therney, Olive Miles, Annie Harper, Gladys Cook; Bottom row: George Woodall, Julius Smith, Rodney Pinkney, Victor Arthur, [Arthur Rowatt?], George Welk, Cleveland Harris, Austin Hepton, Edward Heron, Joe Perrin".

Streetsville Public School about 1912

Item consists of a photograph of a class. Verso reads "Back row: Cecil Dowling, Bobby Leece, Lorne Jamieson, Tracy Burns, Donald Scott, Fred Rutledge, Anson Forster, Dennis Broadbear, Barry Farrell; Middle row: Ralph Drinkwalter (sic, Drinkwater), Arthur McCaugherty, Tommy Sexsmith, Joe Burns, Jim Thompson, Graydon Chester; Front row: Luella Jamieson, [unknown], Edith Drennan, Anna Atkinson, Beth Graydon, [unknown] Sexsmith, [unknown], Earl Falconer, Miss Elliott (teacher)."

Streetsville Public School about 1912

Item is a photograph of a class.

Verso of the photograph reads: "Streetsville Public School, about 1912; Back row: Russel Jamieson, Harvey Hawkins, Orval Pinkney, Harry Drennan, Jeff Harrison, Elmer "Doc" Clendennine, Gordon Ward, Theodore "Bay" Pinkney; Third row: Mary Hately, Isabel Atkinson, Elva McLintock, Clare Morgan, May Stevenson, Ruth Goodison, Mary Chester, Dave Sexsmith, Art Irwin, Ernest Bogart, Gordon Bogart; Second row: Cela Gould, Zetta Falconer, Vera Drinkwater, Pearl Church, Elsie Scott, Alma Bogart, Kathleen Drennan, Miss Eliza Dawson (teacher), Clifford Forster, Pat Farrell; Front row: Joe Thomas, Tony Leece, Alan Couse, Bob Sexsmith, Jack Burns, Arthur Arch."

Streetsville Public School about 1912

Item consists of a photograph of a class. Verso reads "Back row: Herman Brix, Bill Kumpf, Charlie Kempf, Shaw Graydon, Bryon Scott, Ben Drennan, Leonard Atkinson, Gordon McClintock, Percy Broadbear (sic?), Arthur Thompson; Third row: Gertrude Forster, Eileen Hillyer, Dorothy Graydon, Lillian Church, Beatrice Maxwell, [unknown], Ida Moore, Lillian Gaunt, Violet Bowie, [unknown], Alice Graydon; Second row: Vera Goodison, Vera Buck, Elsie Crozier, Molly Brennan, [unknown], Marie Burns, Hilda Bogart, [unknown], Annette Arch, Marjorie Graydon, Mary Rich, Miss Mabel Hicks (teacher); Front row: Dawson Smith, Eric Goodison, Bert Root, Charlie Rich, Frank Betts, Joe Rundle, Jack Drennan, Bill McCaugherty, Charlie Gill".