Fonds ID71 - Hilton Arthur Belyea

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Hilton Arthur Belyea

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5 cm of textual records

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Hilton Arthur Belyea was born in 1885 in Saint John, New Brunswick, son of James W. and Susan A. Peters. He married Minnie Gard McKenzie in 1907 and had two daughters. Hilton Belyea died in 1968 in Albany, New York.

He was the owner of Carleton Skating Rink in Saint John and when the family moved to Albany, New York, in 1928 he became the department head of G.L.F. Mill.

He was a well-known athlete and sportsman and had a long and successful career in rowing and speed skating. He won the Wigmore Cup in 1922 and 1923. He won a bronze medal at the 1924 Olympics for sculling and set the world record in the one-and-one-half mile single sculls in 1921.

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This fonds consists of a scrapbook compiled by Belyea's daughter about his career and correspondence of Hilton Belyea.

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Acquired from Audrey Belyea Ehle, 1970


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