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Nom de l'objet : Vest
Type de l'objet : Choir
Catégorie de l'objet : Main garment
Matériaux : Fibre, wool
Numéro d'accession : 2009.054.001
Autres données géographiques : [45.6226605,-61.9928025]
Date de début de production : 1955-01-01
Date de fin de production : 1965-12-31
Description : Adult; sleeveless knit, V-neck with button down front; felted crest on left chest
Commentaires : A garment covering the upper body. Vest worn by members of the Marian Boychoir established through St Ninian's Roman Catholic Cathedral Antigonish, Nova Scotia. This particular vest was worn by Berkley Cameron of Antigonish during his time with the choir.  The choir was well known for their renditions of church and classical music. They performed across the province under the direction of Fr Terry Lynch, director.  In July 2016, the obituary for Berkley Cameron read...Berkley Cameron passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 7th with his family by his side. Born in Fairmont in 1939, Berkley was the youngest of 12 children born to Allan D and Catherine Cameron. In addition to being a teacher for over 30 years, Berkley had a great love for the outdoors and was an avid cross country skier, fossil hunter and mushroom picker. He was passionate about outdoor education and was instrumental in developing the reach-out teach-out centre in Arisaig. Berkley also enjoyed other activities including golf, bridge, reading world war II novels, and cooking. People came from near and far for a taste of his delicious biscuits, mustard pickles and turkey pies. He was also well known for his backyard garden that he generously shared with anyone who stopped by the back deck. Probably nowhere was Berkley happier then when he was surrounded by friends and family and playing the piano at 65 Brookland St. Berkley was known as a kind soul who would give you the shirt off his back even if it wasn't his own shirt!
Établissement : Antigonish Heritage Museum
Ville de l'établissement : Antigonish
Province de l'établissement : Nova Scotia
Site web de l'établissement : http://www.heritageantigonish.ca/   Facebook-Antigonish Heritage Museum  Twitter-Antigonish Heritage Museum  YouTube-Antigonish Heritage Museum

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