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Campbell family fonds
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“Where Rail and Trail Meet Grande Prairie”

The Edmonton, Dunvegan, and British Columbia railway track at Grande Prairie. A trail and some buildings are also visible. The photograph appears to have been contributed by H. P. Brown of Edmonton.

3rd Annual Fair at Grande Prairie

Groups of people assembled for the third annual fair at Grande Prairie. There are piles of lumber visible in the foreground. The photograph is labelled as belonging to Victor Flint of Beaverlodge.

Adair Ranch

Barn and bunkhouses on the Adairs’ Sunset Ranch. There are two captions on the back: “Malcolm Campbell brought this photo to Vancouver about 1917 when he worked so hard to promote the P.G.E. from Vancouver to the Peace River. Each winter he visited Vancouver newspapers to get them to publish articles about the Peace River.” “L. H. Adair has raised 65,000 bushels of oats on this farm in one year”. The photograph was enclosed in a letter to Isabel Campbell from Margaret Adams (nee McDonald), formerly a teacher at Flying Shot.

Aerial of Grande Prairie, Alberta.

Aerial of Grande Prairie, showing elevators, downtown core and residential area, with Clairmont Road running diagonally through the centre.

Alberta Forestry Service, Grande Prairie

An aerial view of the Alberta Forestry Service yard and buildings at Grande Prairie, on the southwest corner of the intersection of 84 Avenue and 108 Street (Wapiti Road).

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