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Brewer family

The sub-series includes 32 photographs belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Brewer, Isabel Campbell's mother and step-father. Subjects include the opening of the Smoky River bridge in the summer of 1949, a trip up the Mackenzie Highway from Rio Grande, a trip up the Alaska Highway as far as Ft. St. John, daughter Francis Brewer, the Lois and Jim Simpson family, friend of the family Edna Moyer, and the obituaries of Eli Pandachuck , Bernice Pandachuck and Edna Moyer. Also included are photos taken of a geological picnic at Kleskun Hills which feature Robert Cochrane as speaker. a eulogy written by Isabel on the death of her father.

Bridging Crew on the Edson Trail

Bridging crew on the Edson Trail, 1911, including Steve Ward (centre, seated) and Andrew Kozina (standing, with moustache). The photograph was contributed by Walter Ward.

Buffalo Lakes Baseball Team

The Buffalo Lakes Baseball Team. Rear: Harry Lester and Dunc Ferguson. Middle: Jack Hopkins, Frank Perry, and Benny or Corey Livelton. Seated: Cliff Lawrence, Ralph Turner, and Hollis Lawrence.

Buffalo Lakes Baseball Team

The Buffalo Lakes Baseball Team at the 1914 Lake Saskatoon Sports day. Standing: William Morris Robb, Wallace Edgar, Gaston K. Wagar, Walter McFarlane, Jack Carter, Oscar Anderson, and Roy Davis. Kneeling: Pete Louis and John Johnson. Sitting: Selmer Johnson, Billy McNeil, Norman Edgar, and Allan H. Parker.

Buffalo Lakes Lumber Co. Ltd.

“Irish” O’Brien, Clarence Raison, Gerald Carveth, and ? at Mile 17 (near Webster) of the Edmonton, Dunvegan, and British Columbia railway. The men are standing under a sign for the Buffalo Lakes Lumber Co. Ltd.

Building a road.

Men, horses and machinery on a newly constructed road, with ditches and bush on each side.

Calf Show, Beaverlodge

A group of spectators clustered around several boys and girls exhibiting calves at a calf show held at the Beaverlodge Research Station. "First calf club show in Peace River Country held Beaverlodge June 1951 Tom Williams daughter (Leckie) mother won first calf weighed 110.0 lbs. Sold for 46c per pound". On the far right of the photograph, the two men talking together are identified as J. O. Patterson and Tom Watt from Beaverlodge.

Camp at Beaverlodge River

Image shows four Indigenous people standing together outside several tipis at the Beaverlodge River. The photograph appears to have been acquired from Lovering based on the name written on the back of the photograph.

Campbell Benson’s Stopping Place, Bear Creek

Harry Robertson, Ralph Brown, ?, Campbell Benson, ?, Mrs. Benson, ?, Morton Emerson, George Lovering, photographer, and Jake Weber in front of Campbell Benson’s stopping place on Bear Creek, Grande Prairie, 1911. The photograph appears to have been contributed by Miss E. Mair.

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