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Garson Fire Department

  • ON00120 015-.1-1-6-2
  • Item
  • [between 1951 and 1971]
  • Part of Heit Family

One photograph of the Garson Fire Department in front of the Garson Fire Hall. Seated in the front row from left to right are L.A. Butler, Gus Della Vedova, J.J. Archabald, Uno Kreko, Orlando Rinaldi, Jack Heit, Stan Hayduk, Hugh MacGillvray, and Sam Gillis. Standing in the back row from left to right are L.R. Erwin McAlinden, Gordon Hollard, Danny Kerrel, Ed Laliberte, George Cleroux, Lawrence McKerral, Emil LaJoie, L. Doolan, Klive Hembruff, Marty Tall, Paul Cleroux, Joe Lee, and F. Kehoe.

Garson Volunteer Fire Brigade

  • ON00120 015-.1-1-6-1
  • Item
  • [between 1951 and 1971]
  • Part of Heit Family

One photograph of the Garson Volunteer Fire Brigade. Seated in the front row from left to right are Courtney Gregg, Lorne Bronson, Orlando Rinaldi and Jack Heit. Standing in the back row from left to right are Art Caswell, Pete Van Heukelom, Gus Della Vedova, Sam Gillis, Jack Hayes, and Urho Nasi.

Heit Family Photo

One photograph of Jack Heit sitting on stairs at Bell Park with his four children [from top left to right Janet, Diana, Marilyn, and Kathy Heit]. They are all holding ice cream cones.

Kathleen Egan, Jackie Bellmore, Betty Fosey - Diana Age 10/51

One annotated photograph of three girls [Kathleen Egan, Betty Fosey, and Diana Heit - the angel on the left] and a boy [Jackie Bellmore] participating in a nativity scene at St. John's Separate School on William Street in Garson, Ontario.

Letter to Mrs. Diana Mulcahey from Mayor Grace Hartman

One letter addressed to Mrs. Diana Mulcahey, Assistant Programme Director, Recreation Department, City of Sudbury, from Mayor Grace Hartman, dated February 8, 1967. The letter was a reply to a letter sent by Mulcahey on February 6, 1967 concerning a Ringette Tournament the mayor attended. Hartman, in this letter, congratulated Mulcahey on her work with youth, the elderly, and the success of the ringette tournament. The city crest is included in the protocol section of the letter.


  • ON00120 015-.1-1-7-2
  • Item
  • May 5, 1950
  • Part of Heit Family

One photograph of the inaugural Falconbridge Nickel Mines First Aid Championship winning team. In the front row from left to right, Frank Heino (captain), Tommy Sheppard, and Jack Heit. In the back row from left to right M. Gillis (spare), J. Cornthwaite (coach), and Dinny Blake. Behind them is a sign that reads: Falconbridge Nickel Mines Fire Signals.

Men Standing by [Falconbridge] Bus

One photograph of eight men standing by a bus (with several passengers inside). Seven of the men have winning ribbons pinned to their suits [with 1965 written on the top; most likely from a mining health and safety competition] while the other man is wearing a trench coat. From left to right are Mr. Dore, Mr. McLean, Mr. Del Pivo, Mr. Jack Heit, Mr. Kelly, Mr. MacDonell, Mr. Cull and Mr. Paterson.

Mine Rescue - M.R. Provincial Competition (1952) Timmins, Ont - Pete Henry, Wally Teed, myself (Jack Heit), Doug Dogle, Moris Lalonde, Merve Comba.

  • ON00120 015-.1-1-7-5
  • Item
  • September 12, 1952
  • Part of Heit Family

One annotated photograph of the Falconbridge Mine Rescue Team competing in the annual Northern Ontario Mine Rescue Competitions sponsored by the Mines Safety Appliances Company in Timmins, Ontario. Team members standing in a row outdoors include (from left to right) Pete Henry, Wallace Teed, Jack Heit, Douglas Daigle, Maurice Lalonde, and Mervin Comba.

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