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1905 Ontario Lacrosse Association Champion pendant

Pendant from the 1905 OLA Championship for Bradford. Walter Reeves, Town Constable of Bradford from 1929-1946, was a well known lacrosse star from this match. The medal is inscribed with Walter's name on the back.

Bill Marks

1909 O.A.L.A. Intermediate Lacrosse Champions Float

The following set of photographs were taken from the Bradford Witness August 21, 1957 edition, highlighting the Bradford Centennial parade and celebrations.
This float includes "Three members of Bradford 1909 O.A.L.A. Intermediate Lacrosse champions."

Bradford Witness

1923 Bradford vs. Oxford-Cambridge Lacrosse guest ribbon

Ribbon for the guests of the August 17, 1923 lacrosse match between Bradford and Oxford-Cambridge. Walter Reeves, Town Constable of Bradford from 1929-1946, was a well known lacrosse star who was invited to this match.

Bill Marks

"3 Gala Days" - Bradford 1933

This photograph was published in the Toronto Star, and features (l-r) Ben Collings, Tom Bell and Ted Gapp. The photograph was submitted to the Star from Mrs. Gould, Newmarket, ON.

Toronto Star

33 John Street East - The Dr. Lewis Campbell House

The Dr. Lewis Campbell House is a mid-block building located at 33 John St. East. It was built in 1900 in the Eclectic Edwardian style. Dr. Lewis H. Campbell was a well-known physician, athlete, and field lacrosse player. He travelled with the local lacrosse team to Australia (where they were undefeated). The team continued playing in India and Europe before coming back home. He had the house (and his office) built here the summer he got married. He married a nurse after his first wife’s early death and continued to live and practise here until his own death. The house was then sold to another doctor. Originally there was a full, two-storey horse stable with a loft behind the house. On the south-west corner there was a room for storing harnesses, blankets, etc. This faced the back lane and was clapboard with a peaked, metal roof. At the rear of the house there was also a brick, one-storey garage and storage for a cutter, buggy, etc. It was on the north side of the laneway and was later made into a small house with a verandah closed in on the south side for Kowalchuch (a small market gardener) and his family of two girls.
The 2½-storey house has an ‘L’-shaped plan (a Gothic feature). The steeply-pitched, hip roof has a large, hipped dormer. There is a large, projecting, second-floor bay window with a balanced window opening at the ground floor. Classically-inspired colonnettes on brick and stone piers at the porch entrance are another Edwardian feature. The eaves line is not consistent. Front, projecting roof eaves are higher than at the rear of house. This is more typical of an Arts and Crafts detail. The entrance door has sidelights and the double-hung windows have decorative, multi-pane, upper-sash windows. There are rusticated stone highlights at the belt course, ground floor window sills and porch colonnettes bases at the front façade. The house has brick masonry construction. A balcony infill above the porch does not appear to be original. The roof skylight and replacement entrance stairs and railing are also modern additions. According to the 2000 inventory, the house is unique and grand, with an eclectic mix of many original details. It also notes that it was difficult to see the structure due to the surrounding trees. (1, 2, 3)

George Jackson

Bradford Box Lacrosse Club

"T.E. Bell (Pres.); W. Sutton (trainer); E. Gapp (Capt., D.); E. Armstrong (C.); E. James (C.); G. Lang (O.H.); M. Campbell (O.H.); R. Wilson (Mascot); B. Stoddart (D.); J. Webb (R.); W. Mulliss (I.H.); B. Cavallo (G.); D. Wilson (I.H.); S. Gapp (R.); J. Church (O.H.); K. Seim (R.); W. Reeves (Coach); C. Evans (Sec. Treas.)

Bradford Box Lacrosse Club, Champions Tri-County Box Lacrosse Associations, McCarthy Cup, Spring 1932

Rickard Photo No. 133-B Panoramic Camera, 321 St. George St. Toronto"

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Bradford Jr. Lacrosse Team

Photograph of the 1907 Bradford Jr. Lacrosse Team.

Top Row (L to R): Lorne Church, Fred "Collie" Collings, Bob White, Bill Martin, Billie Burgess, Bert Harman, and Sonny Bowser
Middle Row (L to R): Mel Wadlruff, Les Cotton, Norm McKinstry, Jack Sutherland, William Sutherland
Bottom Row (L to R): Frank Coulsin, Ed Wright, W. Donnell, Pat MacGarvey

Bill Marks

Bradford Junior Lacrosse Champions

Bradford, the Ontario Junior Lacrosse Champions, 1902.
Back Row, left to right: W.L. Campbell, W. Ward, E. Jackson, Geo. Bell, G.G. Green, W. Turner, J. Curry, N. Strong.
Middle Row: Roy Hill, H. Heffernan, R. Manning, Dr. L.H. Campbell, Geo. Stewart, N. Stibbs.
Front Row: H. Wilkinson, Jas. Webb, Dave Ellerby, Fred Coombs, J. Farrell, R. McKinstry, H. Graham.

Bradford won the same championship title in 1904 and 1905.

Bradford Lacrosse Article with L. Campbell Stamp

Newspaper article dated 1891 from the South Simcoe News about Lacrosse in the town of Bradford, including names of members of the Lacrosse team in Bradford. Includes a stamp saying L. Campbell 227 1/2 George Street. Dr. Lewis H. Campbell had the local paper sent to him in Toronto while attending medical school.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

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