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Campbell family fonds
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Sam and Adeline Tackaberry

“Old folks at home,” Uncle Sam Tackaberry and Aunt Adeline near Ottawa, Ontario. The photograph was likely contributed by Mrs. Luella Roberts (nee Patterson).

E.A. Campbell diaries

The series consists of four yearly diaries written by Eldridge Augustus Campbell when he was 18 to 22 years of age, his membership card in the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers; and two news clippings, one a travel article written by Mr. Campbell as a special correspondant for the Toledo Bee newspaper, and one about a record-setting trip he made from Cleveland to Toledo as the train engineer on "Lake Shore Engine No. 653"

Hotel Breeden

The caption on the back of the photograph states: “Hotel Breeden, the 1906 Stopping Place on Bear Creek, Grande Prairie, erected by George L. Breeden, Blacksmith, after squatting on his land on south side of Richmond Avenue.”

Malcolm Campbell with Dog Team

“Campbell standing by last sleigh with Lynx. North of Fort St. John Winter 1910.” “Malcolm Campbell traveled from Yukon Territory through the Peace River Section by dog team. While I was in Grande Prairie he gave me his lynx paw robe (lined with a Hudson’s Bay blanket, that he had used on this trip. Malcolm was an old friend of the Henderson’s – both the one at Carcross and the one who was the fur trader in Grande Prairie.”

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