Archives and Research

Archival Materials

Over the years a number of archival materials have been donated to the Sports Hall of Fame by the public. These materials are used by staff, volunteers and the public for various research projects on the history of sport. Included amongst the Hall of Fame archival collection are such things as programs, scrapbooks and photographs.

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Access to the archival collection is available by appointment. Reproductions of archival materials are also available for a fee. For further information contact the Hall of Fame by clicking here.

 

In addition to archival materials, the Sports Hall of Fame also has an extensive collection of newspaper clippings on individuals and sporting activities from across the region. Also available is a library featuring books on local and general sports history.

Types of Materials

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Programs

Included amongst the archival materials held at the Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame are souvenir programs, including this one from the 1954-55 hockey season.

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Photos

This photo of the Port Arthur Waverley Lacrosse Team was taken at the turn of the last century and is just one of thousands of photographs in the Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame's archival collection.

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Scrapbooks and Newspaper Clippings

Scrapbooks and newspaper clippings are available to assist with research projects.

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Hours:

Exhibit Gallery and Library 

Tuesday to Saturday: 12 noon to 5:00 pm

Office and Administration

Tuesday to Friday: 10 am to 5:00 pm

Contact:

Phone: (807) 622-2852
Fax: (807) 622-2736
Email: nwosport@tbaytel.net

Location:

219 S. May Street

Thunder Bay, ON

Canada

P7E 1B5

Admission:

$3.00 (kids under 12 free)