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South Peace Regional Archives Agriculture With digital objects
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Town of Clairmont, Alberta

The town of Clairmont taken from the field to the east and featuring three elevators, in 1925. The UGG elevator is in the middle.

"Big 7" Company

The "Big 7" Company Ltd., a threshing company, operating at Lake Saskatoon in the Grande Prairie district. Equipment shown includes a threshing machine and a steam engine. Various buildings are visible in the background.

Used in "Edson to Grande Prairie Trail," p. 94.

Horse and Man

Snapshot of a casually dressed man holding the halter of a horse, with fences, trees and open pasture in background.

Massey-Harris Dealership

Corner view of a false-fronted business warehouse, with a Massey-Harris sign and two cars in front. Some equipment is visible along the side of the business.

Livelton Farmstead, Buffalo Lakes

Livelton farmstead on the shore of Henderson Lake. This photograph was taken on a tour demonstrating the potential of the Peace Country in 1928.

Threshing Outfit on the Move

Metz family threshing crew. John Metz, sons Leonard, Tim and Reuben Metz. One unknown (on right). The Metz family farmed at Kleskun Lake.

The Horse Named Jim

Note on back of photo: "Jim, a horse belonging to a friend of mine who carried me on his back 250 miles in under six days, only having grass to eat."

The Tomato Harvest

Part of Mr. Early's harvested tomato crop. The original negative for this image is at the Glenbow archives. To order reproductions cite call number ND-3-5324c.

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