Archives, Edendale Football Club; 1960-1985 ; WY.1991.88


Archives, Edendale Football Club

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Folder of Archival Records related to Edendale Football Club.

Brown paper folder - replies re Edendale Football Club Jubilee in 1960, there are also several letters of apology and good wishes for the occassion.

75th Jubillee Smoko programme which was held in the Town Hall on Friday 16 August 1985, the guest speaker for the evening was Jeremy Coney.

New Zealand Rugby Football Union 1979 Handbook with mustard coloured cover. This book contains the rules and regulations of the sport.

2 and a bit pages of hand written notes about the Edendale Rugby Club and its formation from 1900 onward.

5 programmes naming teams for the 75th Jubilee Rugby Games.
These team include invitation teams to play the local Edendale teams. The Jubilee 15 were: P Robinson, S Donald, I Dale, V McVicar, L heads, N Skinner, G McDonald, R Gutsell, W. Pewherangi, W McDonald, A Milne, M Corkery, J Bloxham, D Bolger, W Gibson and the coach was Art Bloxham.

9 letters re 50th Jubilee celebrations.

Edendale Rugby Club Committee 1980.

9 invoices from Mataura Licensing Trust in 1971 for alcohol purchased by the club.

Telegram from Star Rugby Football Club congratulating Edendale on winning the Eastern Cup and wishing them all the best for their 75th Jubilee.

Newspaper photo of oldest surviving members of the E.R.F.C. They are Bob Millar, Jim Cushnie, Jim Pow, "Puffer" Clarke, Bob McDonald, Stan Jackson, and Jim Page with youngest member Nigel Milne.

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Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Edendale

Medium and Materials

organic, processed material, vegetal, paper
inorganic, processed material, metal, nickel


h 365 mm x w 240 mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Clubs, Groups and Societies

Subject and Association Keywords

Sport and Leisure

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