Miss Eva Ault

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    January 1917
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  • Date(s):
    January 1917
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    Place of creation:
    No place, unknown, or undetermined
    1 photograph ; 4.25 x 6.50 in.
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    General Note:
    01382 Former location in PA-NL. No longer a valid location.
    Described by the RECON project.
    When men headed for Europe during the First World War, women got their first chance to play professional hockey. Eva Ault became a fan favourite but, when the War ended, so did the careers of the first female pros. It took over 80 years for women's hockey to make its Olympic debut.
    Exhibitions note:
    A reproduction of this photograph was shown as part of : Portraits in the street: Vancouver 2010. Curator: Carolyn Cook, Portrait Gallery of Canada/ Library and Archives Canada, Railspur Alley, Granville Island, Vancouver, B.C. 2010.01.28- 2010.03.22.
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    1936-270 NPC
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    Credit: William James Topley/Library and Archives Canada/PA-043029
    Restrictions on use: Nil
    Copyright: Expired

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