This section contains photographs of various articles of clothing pertinent to Brock University's history. Many of these items were once used by faculty or students.

Recent Submissions

  • Faculty of Education Sweatshirt

    A signed sweatshirt from the Faculty of Education class of 1996-97.
  • Learned Societies Congress T-shirt

    This shirt is from the Learned Societies Congress held at Brock University from May 23 - June 7, 1996.
  • Brock University T-shirt

    Generic Brock University striped grey shirt.
  • Brock Cameo Tie

    The Brock cameo tie featuring subtle grey stripes on red was introduced in 1988 in conjunction with the 25th anniversary celebrations of Brock University. The tie is made of polyester from Bradford, England. It originally went on sale for $15.75 in the Bookstore.
  • Brock Hood Presented to Dr. Ross Skinner

    This hood was presented to Dr. Ross Skinner in June of 1979 upon receiving his Honorary Doctor of Laws.
  • Silver Badger Hood

    This hood was presented during Brock's first ever convocation in May of 1967.
  • Werner Coatee

    A coatee was a military uniform coat that was tight fitting with short tails in the back.
  • Brock Wool Melton Jacket

    A wool melton is a warm solid material coat. This coat was produced by Craft Sportswear in Toronto, Ontario.
  • Brock Scarlet

    The 'Brock Scarlet' Windbreaker with big blue Brock 'B' was awarded to male athletes representing Brock who were either a part of intercollegiate competition for two years or had won a championship in their first year. This particular jacket dates back to 1968.
  • Brock Leather Jacket

    Leather Jacket dating back to 1967. The manufacturer is Arlie's Sports Shop of St. Catharines, Ontario.
  • Silver Badger Wool Jacket

    Lady's wool blazer circa 1967
  • Gibson Tie

    The Brock University tie was cut from a bolt of silk manufactured in Sussex, England. This was the first of 100 Brock ties specially ordered from Swords Custom Furnishings of Toronto. Dr. Gibson received this tie in May of 1967. The tie was eventually presented to Special Collections and Archives in 2002 from the Dr. James A. Gibson fonds.
  • Brock Scarf

    This Brock scarf is made of a navy and scarlet wool blend.
  • Brock Frosh Beanie

    circa 1965
    This Brock Frosh Beanie from around 1965 is made of red and blue felt with white stitching. An identification button with 'Barb' inscribed on it with black marker is attached to the left side. The Frosh Beanie and identification button were available for students to purchase immediately after registration.