Archival Holdings at Queen's University Archives

International Hockey Hall of Fame

Área de identidad

Identificador

ON-IHHF

Forma autorizada del nombre

International Hockey Hall of Fame

Forma(s) paralela(s) de nombre

Otra(s) forma(s) de nombre

  • Original Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum
  • IHHF
  • International Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum

Tipo

  • Internacional

Área de contacto

 

Jeremy Heil Contacto principal

Tipo

Dirección

Dirección (calle)

Kathleen Ryan Hall
Queen's University

Localidad

Kingston

Región

ON

Nombre del país

Canadá

Código postal

K7L 3N6

Teléfono

613-533-2378

Fax

Correo electrónico

Notas

 

Mark Potter

Tipo

President

Dirección

Dirección (calle)

Invista Centre
1350 Gardiners Road, 2nd Floor

Localidad

Kingston

Región

ON

Nombre del país

Canadá

Código postal

Teléfono

(613) 507-1943

Fax

Correo electrónico

Notas

Área de descripción

Historia

Founded by the National Hockey League and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association on September 10, 1943 - Kingston's International Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum is the "Original Hockey Hall of Fame" and the oldest sports hall of fame in Canada. Captain James T. Sutherland of Kingston spearheaded the bid to bring the Hockey Hall of Fame to Kingston and was inducted into the hall in 1947 - one of the first forty members inducted into the hall during the Kingston-era.

Capt. Sutherland died in 1955 and never realized his dream of seeing the hall of fame built in Kingston. Fifteen years after awarding the Hall of Fame to Kingston, NHL President Clarence Campbell withdrew support in 1958 and Toronto was awarded the hall of fame. Despite a major setback, the Kingston organizing committee moved forward and the International Hockey Hall of Fame was finally opened in 1965 in a brand new building on the Kingston Memorial Centre grounds at the corner of York and Alfred Streets.

In 1992, an agreement was reached with the International Ice Hockey Federation to have the Kingston shrine become the International Ice Hockey Federation Museum. That partnership was abandoned in 1997 and since that time the Kingston hall has been known as the International Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum.

On January 1, 2003, the organization officially changed its operating name back to International Hockey Hall of Fame in part to help celebrate our 60th anniversary celebrations in 2003.

Contexto geográfico y cultural

Mandatos/Fuentes de autoridad

Estructura administrativa

Administración de registros y políticas de recolección

Edificios

The Original Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum is based out of the Invista Centre in Kingston. Archival collections are accessible to researchers through Queen's University Archives.

Fondos

The IHHF archival holdings contain photographic and research collections related to hockey history, as well as administrative records of the organization.

Instrumentos de descripción, guías y publicaciones

Área de acceso

Horario de apertura

Museum Exhibits: Open daily 9:00 am - 9:00 pm. Closed stat holidays
Archival Collections: Open Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Closed stat holidays

Condiciones de acceso y requisitos

Accesibilidad

Both the Invista Centre and Queen's University Archives are wheelchair accessible.

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Servicios para la investigación

Servicios de reproducción

Áreas públicas

Área de control

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Reglas y/o convenciones usadas

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Puntos de acceso

Contacto principal

Kathleen Ryan Hall Queen's University

CA K7L 3N6