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Fred Kerner fonds

  • P0069
  • Fonds
  • 1939-1973

The fonds provides information on The Georgian and the Georgiantics during the late 1930s and 1940s, and the Alumni Association during the 1960s and 1970s.

The fonds consists of clippings, event programs, lists of participants, working rules, correspondence, and photographs of Georgiantics scenes and performers and of alumni events.

Kerner, Fred

Georgiantics

Dinner. Standing left to right: Harold Potter, Fred Kerner, Andy Fyfe, ?, ?, Jean Somerville, ?, ?, Rip Jonas, Muriel Kidd, Herschel Darwin, Mary Cunningham, ?, Mortimer Tunis, Ann Munn, ?, ?, ?, Matthew Ram, ?, ?, ?, ?, William Hamilton, ?, Alex Fineberg, ?. Seated in front of them: ?, Harriet Schmauder, Hazel Brown, Olive Spear, John Archer, Dorothy Adams?, Douglass Burns Clarke, Roslyn Gurberg, Wynne Peterson, Phoebe Prowse. The two men sitting on the right George Barker and J. Fraser. Seated on the left from left to right: first woman M. Dugal, (in uniform) Richard Brayley.

Georgiantics

"Hello" The Singing Chorus: I; Vici Tuyl, A: Helen Pearson, N: Jean Somerville, T: Blanche Michlin, C: Lucille Stern, S: Roslyn Gurberg, Letters G,E,O,R,G,I unknown. Conductor: Merv Gelfand. Violins: Herschel Darwin (dark hair); Hector Chandler (in profile at extreme right ; wearing glasses)

Georgiantics

"The Brains Trust" or, as it was formally known, "The Georgiantics Production Board". From left to right: Merv Gelfand, musical conductor and contributing composer in 1941 and 1942, musical arranger in 1942, and trumpet soloist. Dave Campell, writer, advisor, actor, and comic. Mrs. Henthorn. Dick Henthorn, writer, skit director, and actor in 1942 show. Jean Somerville, chorus girl in 1941 and 1942 and choreographer in 1942.
Fred Kerner, composer, lyricist, actor, and jack-of-all-trades for three years, director of the '42 show and planned its troop-entertainment operations after the show had its run for the student body. William (Bill) Hamilton who got involved with the business side of the 1941 show and willing undertook to become producer of the '42 production and its onerous post-production schedule. Harold Ship, key player backstage for the 1940-42 shows, leading the crew for the latter two productions. Herb Quinn, starred in the '39 show and went on to play key roles in the next three productions.

Georgiantics 1942

Terminal Taps, from lecft to right: Peggy Butler, Jean Somerville, Helen Pearson, Dorothy Marshall, Winnie Cook, Pearl Nebach

Georgiantics 1942

Montreal Mayor J. Adhemar Raynault is greeted at the door of Victoria Hall as he arrives to attend the Georgiantics '42 tribute to the city's Tercentenary--the only celebration of the 300th birthday in the light of wartime austerity. SGW Registrar Ted Sheffield, an "usherette" (?), Mrs. K.E. Norris (the Principal's wife), and Betty Robson

Georgiantics 1942

Waltzing: Virginia Dwane (back centre), Betty Lacoe, Dorothy Marshall, Zelda Miller, Dorothy Mulligan, Monique Nantel, Helen Pearson (back left), Vici Tuyl

Georgiantics 1942

"1867" or "That Ain't the Way I Heerd it. . ." From left to right: Bill Haymovitch (Common Man). Members of the House (The Singing Chorus): Lois Bishop, Norma Carrick, Irene Cohen, Mariln Cohen, Hilda Dalfen, Roslyn Gurberg (Second Member from Chicoutimi) (first line, at right, behind Murray Fainer), Yona Kremalowsky, Blanche Michlin, Hilaire South, Thelma spelling, Lucille Stern (Third Member from Chicoutimi), Marion Styles. Murray Fainer (First Member from Chicoutimi). Dick Henthorn (Prime Minister). Arthur Simmons (Sergeant-at-arms). In the orchestra pit: Herschel Darwin (violinist)

Georgiantics 1942

Sailors Swing: Hughie Capra, Adeline Ciment, Fritzie Miller, Blanche Perlove, Anita Sanchez (second from left) Pat Walsh at microphone: Lorna Moore

Georgiantics 1942

At Brownsburg after the show, the local community fed the entire crew before they boarded buses en route back to Montreal. Among faces discernable in the crowd are Ray Brooks, Zangwill Godlovich, Helen Pearson, Lorna M oore, Merv Gelfand, Andy Fyfe, Roslyn Gurberg, Jean Lockhart, Anita Sanchez, Dorothy Marshall, and Mortimer Tunis.

Georgiantics 1942

For the first time in its four-year history, Georgiantics had a prevue performance. The date was March 14, 1942, and the run-through venue was the community centre at Brownsbuurg, P.Q. The hall was filled to capacity and conductor Merv Gelfand prepares to raise his baton on the overture.

Georgiantics 1942

Concordia Salus (the entire cast singing the finale). From left to right, where discernable: Lorna Moore (soloist), Lucille Stern (in "1867" costume) and other "House Members", Waltzing: (see separate photo for names), Indian Dance: Peggy Butler, Hughie Capra, Adeline Ciment, Winnie Cook, Martha Geoff rion, Therese Hurtubise, Fritzie Miller, Rose Palevsky, Blanche Perlove, Anita Sanchez, Audrey Schmauder (at lef t), Pat Walsh (at right). Blanche Michlin (standing behind Schmauder and Sanchez), Lillian Berman( at microphone), Grenadier Girls: (see separate photo), Waltzing: (Monique Nantel, in black gown), Sailor's Swing: (see separate photo), Terminal Taps: (see separate photo), Conductor: Merv Gelfand, Violinists: Herschel Darwin (dark hair), Heactor Chandler (in profile at right)

Georgiantics 1942

Waltzing: Virginia Dwane (back centre)?, Betty Lacoe?, Dorpthy Marshall?, Zelda Miller?, Dorothy Mulligan?, Monique Nantel?, Helen Pearson? (back left), Vici Tuyl?

Georgiantics 1942

"He Was Only a Wolfe in Sheep's Clothing" or "He Sure Made Montcalm Down" - Dick Howard Farley (Tax Collector), Lucille Stern (Little Red Riding Hood), Bill Hymovitch (Montcalm, prone at foreground), Al DeRosso (French Sargeant, prone at the rear of stage).

Georgiantics 1942

Principal Kenneth E. Norris, doesn't get a "pass"-- he buys the first ticket to the revue: Ticket Manager Betty Robson, accompanied by dancers Dorothy Marshall and Peggy Butler

Georgiantics 1942

Waltzing (six of eight dancers in costume). From left to right Virginia Dwane, Betty Lacoe, Dorothy Mulligan, Monique Nantel, Vici Tuyl, Zelda Miller

Georgiantics 1942

"1867" or "That Ain't the Way I Heerd it. . ." From left to right Bill Haymovitch (Common Man). Members of the House (The Singing Chorus): Lois Bishop, Norma Carrick, Irene Cohen, Mariln Cohen, Hilda Dalfen, Roslyn Gurberg (Second Member from Chicoutimi) (first line, at right, behind Murray Fainer), Yona Kremalowsky, Blanche Michlin, Hilaire South, Thelma spelling, Lucille Stern (Third Member from Chicoutimi), Marion Styles. Murray Fainer (First Member from Chicoutimi). Dick Henthorn (Prime Minister). Arthur Simmons (Sergeant-at-arms). In the orchestra pit: Herschel Darwin (violinist)

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