Item is-wet-30-001.12p - Governor-General Willingdon and his wife at the Peace Cairn, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.

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Governor-General Willingdon and his wife at the Peace Cairn, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.

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WET wet-90-is-wet-30-001.12p

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  • April 1930 (Creation)
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    Walin, Carl, Wetaskiwin, Alberta

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1 photograph : b&w

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Group photo around the Peace Cairn, Wetaskiwin, Alberta. From left to right: Dr. A.S. McColgan, Lady Rodney G. Asker, unknown, Dan Minde, E.E. Sparks (MLA), Sam Minde, John Grey (Chief Montana Band), Governor-General Willingdon, Chief Panee Ermineskin, Viscountess Willingdon, Chief Joe Samson, Reverend Pocock, unknown, Mrs. B.D. Howatt, John Crier (Councellor Samson Band), unknown woman, Mayor B.D. Howatt, unknown girl guide, Mike Buffalo, Rocket Simon (Coucellor Samson Band), and John Louis. The assigned call number for this print is P20607 [N51202].<br><br>

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