Amherst Ladies Team 1899
Amherst Ramblers, Nova Scotia women’s hockey team- 1899.
Irish Women’s Camogie Team 1904
Camogie is women’s form of Irish field game called Hurley, from which Ice Hockey developed in Nova Scotia.
The Crystal Sisters Hockey Team
Summerside, P.E.I. – 1926
Edmonton Ladies Hockey Team 1899
Applying Starr Acme Club self-fastening skates to their high-button boots.
Starr “Acme Club” Skates
Grand Falls Newfoundland Women’s Ice Hockey Team c. 1913
Ida Mary Morrow: front row far left Thanks to Andrew Morrow for this picture.
Halifax Cananites 1913
Cananites Women’s Hockey Team of Halifax, N.S. 1913. Note the rolled-edge puck and the fancy toques which appear more like tea cozies than athletic head wear.
Liverpool Women’s Ice Hockey Team 1913
Played recreational Ice Hockey with other women’s teams from neighbouring towns.
Middleton Ladies Ice Hockey Team 1922
Middleton Ladies Hockey Team 1922-23 Back L-R: Mary Cox, Marguerite Cummings, Marjorie Parker, Olga Sponagle, Olive Coleman. Front L-R: Mrs. Jennie Buckler, Beatrice Gullivan, Mrs. J.A. Reagh.
MTT Hello Girls
MT&T Maritime Tel & Tel Women’s Ice Hockey Team Maritime Telephone and Telegraph Co. Women’s Hockey Team called “MTT Hello Girls” – 1950. This is the Head Office team of Halifax which played games with teams of branch offices and adjacent Nova Scotia towns and universities.
Wolfville Women’s Ice Hockey Team 1928
Wolfville, N.S. Women’s Hockey Team – 1928 – which played recreational games with women’s teams from other Annapolis Valley towns. Back: Kate Keith, Florence Eaton, Esther Cohen, Violet Coldwell Front: Boyd Barteaux(Coach) Maxine Williams, Mary Riley, Alice Gue, Gladys Manley
Mary Riley, Wolfville 1928
Mary Riley, outstanding Centre with Wolfville Women’s Hockey Team – 1928. Photos and skates are on display at the Windsor Hockey Heritage Museum.