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A. M. Davis the Auctioneer and R. G. Mullen Insurance, Real Estate, Notary Public.

Building located on east side of Main Street across from the old bank building at the intersection of Main Street and 50 Avenue, northwest corner (block I, lot 1). R. G. Mullen (Bob Mullen) had the business from 1945 to 1948. A. M. Davis was an auctioneer who lived in Leduc. Business formerly owned by C. S. Bear and A. P. Mitchell, Edgar Moore, Charles H. Dunn. F. G. Day, a lawyer from Edmonton, had an office in the building for many years. he made visits every Saturday from 1921 to about 1955. J. R. Mullen (Jim Mullen) took over the business in 1948 from Bob Mullen. He later moved to the building next door on the north side.

A New Plymouth Automobile

Chryslar representative showing a new Plymouth to Robert Millar, owner of the Plymouth-Chrysler dealership in Grande Prairie.

A. P. Mitchell family fonds

  • MIL mil-2130
  • Fonds
  • 1914-1968

The fonds consists of a typewritten biography of the Mitchells, business records of A. P. Mitchell, land sales documents, a bill passed when he was an M.L.A., material on the Alberta Auctioneers' Association, personal papers of Alice and Arthur Mitchell including their wills and estate documents, correspondence and a scrapbook of cards and clippings and articles written by A.P. Mitchell on antiques and auctions.

Mitchell, A.P. Mitchell, Alice

A Picnic

A group of young people out for a picnic, one girl is turned to the camera and has her arm back to throw something.

A. Reuber fonds

  • CA MED med-267
  • Fonds
  • Photocopied in 1983 (originally created 1903)

The fonds consists of: a copy from the journal of Woodcock and Oakes Co. of Brickton, Minnesota, including entries dealing with Redcliff Brick Co. (1903-1910).

Reuber, Alexander

A.A. Chervinski collection

  • PAA paa-7551
  • Collection
  • 1905-1968

Collection consists of operational records for the Continental Coal Corporation Limited (Ltd.) of Grassy Lake, Alberta, personal and business records of Victor W. Campbell who resided in Grassy Lake and Taber, Alberta and who was a shareholder in the Continental Coal Corporation Ltd., personal records of John W. Trusswell, who was a mayor of Taber, and his estate, and miscellaneous records pertaining to the Grassy Lake and Taber, Alberta area. Fonds includes telegrams, correspondence, agreements, resolutions, minutes, notices, shareholder lists, shares, contracts, test hole logs, financial records, survey reports, a postcard, bank books, receipts, insurance policies, advertising posters, shares, income tax returns, tax assessments and notices, employee lists, coal statistics, telephone directories for Taber and Lethbridge, Alberta, newspaper clippings about F. Hallworth and the history of Taber and Grassy Lake, Alberta Briquetting Corporation Ltd. shares, and maps depicting Taber subdivisions and the mines of Victor W. Campbell, Continental Coal Corporation Ltd. Fonds also includes photographs depicting images in Lethbridge and Taber, Alberta and includes bridges, street views, Alberta Brewery, construction of Knight Sugar Factory, a church, and a photograph copy of a letter written from Lorenzo Snow to William Pierson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Chervinski, A.A.

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