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South Peace Regional Archives Campbell family fonds Family and personal life* With digital objects
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The McQuat Snowplane.

Jack Alloway, Mr. & Mrs. McQuat and daughter beside their snowplane on the Wapiti Trail. This early form of the snowmobile, made by George McQuat, was used for such emergencies as taking doctors to patients (or vice versa) or entire hockey teams to a game when the roads were drifted.

Spring Creek coal miner.

Close-up of a coal miner in full gear sitting outside the cribbing of a coal mine on the banks of the Wapiti River.

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.

Portrait of Alex Monkman.

Head and shoulders portrait of Alex Monkman, first storekeeper at Lake Saskatoon and discoverer of the Monkman Pass. In 1937, a group of volunteer labourers was in the process of building the Monkman Pass Highway.

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