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South Peace Regional Archives Campbell family fonds Public Events* With digital objects
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Smoky River Bridge Opening, Alberta.

Image shows a group of men, including two Indigenous men wearing regalia, at the opening of the Smoky River Bridge in 1949. The back of the photograph says "Note tom tom"

Old-Timers' Picnic, Lake Saskatoon, Alberta.

Members of the Old-timers Association gathered for a picnic at Lake Saskatoon include Alice Sutherland, Mr. & Mrs. Walson-Summerville, Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs. McRae, Mrs. Scotty Smith, Scotty Smith, Bill Watson, Mr.& Mrs. Monkman, Charles Cowpar and Mr. Tate.

Community Picnic.

L to R: Cecil Sully, Sadie Crerar, Jack Depencier, Elizabeth Dunlop, Anna Patterson, Mamie Moore, Bill Innes, Luella Patterson, Bernard Sully, Jack Oatway, Delmar Pratt, Ed Crerar, Garnet Pratt. Standing: Mrs. Wm Pratt and Mrs. Ed Crerar.

Smoky River Bridge Opening, Alberta.

Photograph of the Brewer-Campbell family taken at the opening of the Smoky River bridge in the summer of 1949. The ferry previously in use is visible on the far left of the photograph.

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Carey.

Mrs. Carey on horseback, with husband Jim standing beside. Background is the racetrack and crowd at the Rodeo Grounds.

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