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Part Of
Murray Hay fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 0.5 cm of textual records, 75.5 x 64.5 cm. File pertains to Murray Hay's rendering of Canada Olympic Park (A Site of the Calgary 1988 Olympic Winter Games) in the early to mid-1980s. File includes a reproduction of Hay's original painted map in poster form.
Date Range
ca.1980-ca. 1986
Reference Code
M570 / III / C / i / 1
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Map
Poster
Published record
Textual record
Part Of
Murray Hay fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M570 / V795
Series
M570 / III : Murray Hay Portfolio (published material)
Sous-Fonds
M570
Sub-Series
M570 / III / C : Olympic Bids / i : Canada
Accession Number
2019.41
Reference Code
M570 / III / C / i / 1
GMD
Map
Poster
Published record
Textual record
Date Range
ca.1980-ca. 1986
Physical Description
0.5 cm of textual records (75.5 x 64.5 cm)
Scope & Content
File consists of 0.5 cm of textual records, 75.5 x 64.5 cm. File pertains to Murray Hay's rendering of Canada Olympic Park (A Site of the Calgary 1988 Olympic Winter Games) in the early to mid-1980s. File includes a reproduction of Hay's original painted map in poster form.
Notes
Date range is approximate based on the year the park was constructed (1984-1986)
A sticky note was attached to M570 / III / C / i / 1 that read: "This was drawn and painted before the park was built", which has been removed for preservation purposes.
Name Access
Hay, Murray
Subject Access
Ski Maps
Cartography
Winter
Winter sports
Olympic Games (Winter)
Ski area
Map
Artist
Sports and recreation
Geographic Access
Calgary
Alberta
Canada
Canada Olympic Park
Language
English
Related Material
V795 / II / B / iv / 1-2
Category
Sports, recreation and leisure
Communications
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Less detail
Part Of
John Monod fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds reflects Monod's activities with the Banff Ski Runners and consists of Banff Ski Runner records, 1950-1955. Records include constitution and by-laws, correspondence, ski championship results, Canadian Olympic trials results, CASA (National) circulars and annual minutes, and CASA (Western Div…
Date Range
1950-1964
Reference Code
M48
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Private record
Published record
Part Of
John Monod fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
M 48
Sous-Fonds
M 48
Accession Number
7852 (unproc)
Reference Code
M48
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Private record
Published record
Date Range
1950-1964
Physical Description
13 cm textual records
History / Biographical
John Monod, 1913-2002, skier, adventurer and mountaineer, was born in Geneva, Switzerland. Before moving to Canada, John Monod was a world class skier and racer in Europe. He worked in a ski shop in Megeve, France selling skis and providing private ski lessons. Well known for their skills, experience and knowledge, John Monod and friend Fred Iselin were hired by the mayor of Chamonix, France to develop lift service skiing. While in Chamonix, John and Fred also operated a shop selling skis and clothing. In 1947, John Monod immigrated to Canada. Arriving in Banff, Alberta, he was met by fellow Swiss, Bruno Engler. John became a ski instructor at Mount Norquay and worked for Elizabeth Rummel at Skoki Lodge as aide-de-camp, hauling food supplies into the area. In 1949 he established Monod Sports at Sunshine Lodge (Sunshine Village) providing ski tours during the day and working from his store in the evening. Ca.1953, in partnership with local businessman Mel Medic, Monod established Monod and Medic in Banff. The business was open year round and sold sportswear, mountaineering equipment and fishing gear in addition to ski equipment and clothing. Within a year, Monod bought out Mel Medic's shares in the business and by 1963, Monod's Banff location required more space. Monod rented store space in Harmony Lane on Banff Avenue and Monod Sports remained in this location until 2001 when they relocated to their present location at 129 Banff Ave. In 1956, a fire destroyed the Sunshine Lodge store. Monod soon re-established the Sunshine Lodge location and operated it until ca.1960. In the 1960s, John Monod established a sportswear boutique at the Banff Springs Hotel, which was managed by his wife Kay. He also opened a ski shop and rental store at the Banff Springs Hotel and established the Banff Springs Hotel Ski School which ran from 1969 to 1972. In 1969, Monod opened a retail store at Chateau Lake Louise. Monod and his wife Kay have three sons, Phillip (b.1957), Peter (b.1958), and Nick (b.1961) and a daughter (Stephanie Townsend), who were all very involved in ski racing.
In the early 1960s Monod, along with other entrepreneurs and Banff business owners, worked to bring the Olympics to Banff. While unsuccessful in their Olympic bid, Monod continued his efforts to bring racing competitions to Banff and played an important role in the decision to hold the 1972 World Cup at Norquay. Monod was also active in the Banff Ski Runners for many years.
Scope & Content
Fonds reflects Monod's activities with the Banff Ski Runners and consists of Banff Ski Runner records, 1950-1955. Records include constitution and by-laws, correspondence, ski championship results, Canadian Olympic trials results, CASA (National) circulars and annual minutes, and CASA (Western Division) bulletins and surveys. Also included are records pertaining to the Banff 1968 Olympic bid for the years 1960-1964 consisting of a CODA submission and newsclippings.
Name Access
Monod, John
Subject Access
Banff Ski Runners
Commerce and industry
Olympic games (winter)
Sports, recreation and leisure
Access Restrictions
Copyright, privacy, commercial use and other restrictions may apply
Language
Language is English
Finding Aid
No finding aid
Creator
Monod, John
Category
Sports, recreation and leisure
Commerce and industry
Biographical Source Notes
We Live in a Postcard: Banff Family Histories (Banff: Banff History Book Committee, 2005); bio file; Monod website
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Less detail
Part Of
Pat Judge fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists mainly of personal and professional papers pertaining to Pat Judge's involvement with freestyle skiing, numerous ski organizations and committees and the 1988 Olympic Games. Includes correspondence, financial papers, lists, schedules, reports, publications etc. Also includes two scr…
Date Range
1953-1988
Reference Code
M184 / V638
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Motion picture
Video
Photograph
Negative
Photograph print
Textual record
Private record
Published record
Part Of
Pat Judge fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
M 184
V 638
Sous-Fonds
M 184
V 638
Accession Number
5774, 5791, 5870
Reference Code
M184 / V638
GMD
Motion picture
Video
Photograph
Negative
Photograph print
Textual record
Private record
Published record
Date Range
1953-1988
Physical Description
ca.50 cm of textual records. -- ca.150 photographs : prints, negatives. -- 4 video recordings
History / Biographical
Patrick Russell Judge, 1928-2003, was a clergyman and development officer at Calgary and Banff, Alberta, Canada. Born and educated at Montreal, Quebec, Judge came to Banff in 1953 to assist Rev. H. Tully Montgomery of St. George's in the Pines Anglican Church and work as a room service waiter at the Banff Springs Hotel. He also worked as an extra on the film "Saskatchewan".
Judge returned west after completing studies at McGill and Sir George Williams universties, serving as an Anglican minister in Calgary for a number of years. Judge subsequently became a director of development at the University of Calgary and, later, Vice-President of Development at the Banff Centre. He conducted annual Christmas and Easter worship services at Sunshine Village ski area near Banff for nearly 20 years.
Between 1984 and 1988, Judge was actively involved with the sport of freestyle skiing, serving in numerous official positions with national and international organizations, competitions and the 1988 Winter Olympic Games at Calgary, Alberta. He was a key figure in getting freestyle skiing as a demonstration event at the 1988 games.
Pat and Fay Judge continued to live at Canmore, Alberta after retirement from the Banff Centre in ca.1992.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists mainly of personal and professional papers pertaining to Pat Judge's involvement with freestyle skiing, numerous ski organizations and committees and the 1988 Olympic Games. Includes correspondence, financial papers, lists, schedules, reports, publications etc. Also includes two screen plays for movie "Saskatchewan", one autographed.
Photographs are primarily publicity continuity stills by staff photographer assigned to movie "Saskatchewan", 1953, 144 items; also small number of other items pertaining to, or collected by, Pat Judge. Four video recordings pertain to freestyle skiing, 1981-1988.
Name Access
Judge, Pat
Subject Access
Arts
Films and film making
Olympic games (winter)
Sports, recreation and leisure
Access Restrictions
Access and use restricted
Language
Language is English
Creator
Judge, Pat
Category
Arts
Sports, recreation and leisure
Title Source
Title based on accession records
Less detail
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