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A Baby Moose By an Old Post Office

Two pictures of a little girl standing in the doorway of a house and a baby moose is in front of her as she pets it. In one of the photos a Post Office sign over the door of the building she is standing in front of.

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.

Bertha Hodgson and Hedley McKay Wedding

March 30, 1915 Bertha Hodgson and Hedley Wallace McKay were married in Kinistino, Saskatchewan in the Methodist Church.
A group picture taken after the wedding shows some attendees.
Back row: Ernest Bellingham, Mary Hodgson, Lucy Arthur, Melville Arthur, Rev. T.F. Marshall, Mr. Wellwood played the organ.
Middle Row: Hedley McKay, John Hodgson, Bertha (Hodgson) McKay, Daisy Newman, Catherine Arthur (bridesmaid), Fulton Arthur, Lea Hodgson.
Front Row: Bessie Featherstone, Myrtle Purdy.
Coming around the corner: Gilbert Arthur.

Notes on the photograph: "This was a cold miserable day. Gilbert was just recovering from pneumonia and was sent back into the house to put his hat and coat on. The photo was taken as he was returning. Jean and Eva Arthur were not allowed out and were told to pose in the window but then they were blocked by the people posing outside."
Quoted from a page in the family history.

Bill and Dora Tanchuk

Bill and Dora Tanchuk sitting in chairs on their front step. Their son is sitting at their feet holding their dog and a cat.

Early Hodgson Family Photographs

The series consists of photographs of the Hodgson family, friends and unidentified people. The photographs for the most part are of Lea as a young man in Kinistino, Saskatchewan. There is also a scrapbook that belonged to Lea which has 88 photographs in it.

Edna Hodgson

A scrapbook belonging to Edna Hodgson chronicling her early years.. Included in the scrapbook are photographs; news clippings; letters; report cards for grades 1, 3, 7, 8 and 11; Pianoforte grade V certificate (1956); letter from Mrs. Alice Chelick informing Edna that she is the recepient of the Twentieth Anniversary Catholic Women's League Diocesan Scholarship of $200.00 (1958); program from County of Grande Prairie High School including graduates names from Beaverlodge, Hythe, Saskatoon Lake and Sexsmith (1961); Grade 9 Hythe class photo with signatures on the back; 1959 Hythe High School graduation program; news clippings of weddings, graduations, events; and wedding invitations for Joyce Marie to Jack Guise, Hilda Enns to Herman Penner, Myrna Joyce Borgstrom to Dale Wayne Fankhanel, Henrietta Faye Bolt to Aubrey Greber, Heather Elizabeth Cowell to Paul Anthony Gass, Gail Annabelle O'Rourke to Edward Stanley Kaczkielo, Ellenor Marie Greber to Bryce Eugene Robinson, Elizabeth Rose Oakford to James Lea Hodgson; four year books, three from Hythe (1958-1959], [1961], [1963], one year book from St. Joseph's Catholic School in Grande Prairie [1961].

Fern & Edna With Friends

Fern and Edna standing with three others on the hill behind their home. The wagon used for H.O.P. Lake trips is also by the house.

Fulton Lea & Sophia Hodgson

The series consists of financial and personal records of Lea Hodgson and of his wife Sophia. The correspondence is letters written to Lea or both Lea and Sophia.

H.O.P Lake/One Island Lake

The series consists of records about developing H.O.P. Lake which later was called One Island Lake. The records consist of communications between Lea and the Department of lands and Forests (1953-1964); list of applicants for leases at One Island Lake, W.J. Oakford, R.A. Pearson, J. Oakford, E. Steinbring, Jacob Gass, F.L. Hodgson, Dane Pannell, Sherman Yelland, Earl Smith, Oscar Stith, Olaf Severson, Henry Funk, Arne Larson, C.B. Woods, Ole Teigen (1955); Game and Fur Regulations booklet from the Fish and Game Commissioner (1955-56); news clippings of intention to apply to lease land from the Dawson Creek newspaper; correspondence about stocking the lake, developing a road, leases and surveying; news clipping titled “Hythe Men Find Hidden Lake” that tells the story of the H.O.P. Lake’s discovery and development (ca.1950); photographs; ten maps of areas around One Island lake.

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