Item consists of a colour photograph of Lake Temagami surrounded by trees and snow in winter. Photograph taken by John during his time as Co-leader at Northern Bound Campus on Lake Temagami in March 1975.
Fonds consists of four series; education of Wentworth’s schooldays at Appleby, Old Boys’ Association, correspondence and the Walker Family series, which consist of family heritage pieces related to Appleby College. Of note is a child’s table and chair set that was made by Appleby’s founder and Wentworth’s uncle, John Guest.
Series consist of an assortment of Walker family material related to their time attending or governing at Appleby School (now College), which was acquired and collocated by Wentworth. Material includes drama programs, prize lists, crest, and a gymnastic trophy from Alastair Walker (class of 1924) schooldays, older brother to Wentworth. Series also contains correspondence related to the Sir Edmund Walker Memorial chapel window, as well as correspondence directed to Wentworth’s father Ewart Buchan Walker from Appleby and the Appleby School Fathers’ Association.
Item consists of two silent movies taken by Brad Brown during his trip to England as part of the Appleby College Coronation Choir. The first movie includes images of the students onboard the SS Empress of Australia heading toward England. The second video consists of the students in England watching the Coronation parade and visiting sites in England. A third video of students during Sports Day at Appleby is included in the digital version (AV-15).
Book contains the following handwritten note by Wentworth Walker: "Found amongst Nancy Walkers book when offered to Betty (Guest) Osler. She suggested I keep it because of my memories of Uncle John at Appleby bringing alive for me L'Allegro and Il Penseroso. 21 July 1985.
Item consists of a black and white photograph depicting Appleby student Frank Baillie and an unidentified student pulling a sled behind a horse. One student is sitting the the sled holding the reigns, while the other stands beside the horse. Inscription near the photo reads "Frank Bailie & Pony".
Item consists of a black and white photograph depicting two students standing on a field wearing rugby gear. The students are facing the camera with their hands on their hips. Inscription below the photograph reads "Smug & Crum".
Item consists of a black and white photograph depicting two photographs imposed overtop of each other. One photo partially depicts Nina in a nurse uniform sitting on building steps, and the other partially depicts a young boy riding a bike towards the infirmary with Nina sitting on the steps in the background. Inscription below photograph reads "two in one"
File consists of a travel diary written by Brad Brown during his trip to England as part of the Appleby College Coronation Choir as well as his trip to the Near East with fellow student Bill Green and his family. He talks about life on the ship during their travel to England, singing and touring various sites in England as well as sightseeing in Beirut, Jerusalem and Barcelona. Brad later wrote an article for the June 1954 Argus Yearbook about his Near east trip. It can be found on page 56.
Item consists of a black and white photograph depicting Appleby student Tom Blackstock wearing a trench coat over rugby gear, and standing outside. Inscription near photograph reads "Tom Blackstock". The barn is partially visible.
Item consists of a black and white photograph of three students standing amongst some trees on campus. The middle student is wearing an Appleby greyhound crested sweater. L-R: David Guest, Stuart Cantlie, Christopher Robinson. Note on verso: "Left to right on seen on stage night! David Guest - lawyer after U of T & Cambridge. Stuart Cantlie, commanded the Montreal Black Watch. Killed leading his regiment, a very gracious gentleman. Christopher Robinson - patent lawyer in Ottawa, descendent of John Beverly Robinson"