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Sexsmith, Alberta

Bird's eye view of Sexmith from the west, taken in 1929 from the top of one of the elevators. Identified businesses include Halvor Gaara Farm Lands, and The Leader Stores Ltd.

Sexsmith, Alberta

Bird's eye view of Sexmith from the north, taken in 1929 from the top of one of the elevators.

Sexsmith, Alberta

Sexmith, Alberta in 1929, showing six grain elevators, the first railway station, and horses, cars and signs on main street.

Hythe, Alberta

Bird's eye view of Hythe, Alberta seen from the south-west in 1929. The Donald Hotel is on the far right.

Original Staff at the Hudson's Bay Store

The original staff of fifteen at the Hudson's Bay Company store in Grande Prairie when it opened in 1948. Robert Campbell is standing in the centre of the back row.

Teens Fashion Show

"Cute Teens" fashion show at the opening of the Hudson's Bay Grande Prairie Store in 1948.

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R.J. Campbell fonds

  • GPR 0585
  • Fonds
  • 1948-1949

The fonds consists of 15 photographs, an Employment Agreement between the Hudson's Bay Company and R J Campbell, and a magazine clipping photo of R J Campbell. The photographs are of the Hudson's Bay Company Store in Grande Prairie when it opened in 1948, the original staff group in 1948, 4 photos of the crowds on opening day, 2 photos of a children's fashion show on opening day, and 5 photographs of the HBC Company float for the opening of the Smoky River bridge.

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William J. Noll fonds

  • GPR 0575
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1914-1953]

The fonds consists of a journal kept by William J. Noll from about 1914 to 1925. It records events in his life including homesteading in the Peace River Country, enlisting in the RNWMP and WWI, working in various industries including Oregon's lumber camps, and becoming an early commercial pilot in Oregon. The journal includes written entries, photographs, posters, some employment records, receipts, tickets, cards, and newspaper clippings. Several other loose records are inserted into the pages of the journal, including a WWI medal, Great War Veterans Association membership booklet, 1935 US naturalization papers, correspondence about his homestead and petroleum and natural gas leases, [ca. 1952] USAF course application, and 1917 Canadian naturalization papers. Two pages of genealogical notes presumed to have been written by Clem Kinderwater are also inserted.

The journal ends rather abruptly in January 1925 as William is on his way from El Paso to Portland. The final entry states "Contd in next book." Subsequent book(s) have unfortunately been lost.

The original order of the journal has been maintained, including the original position of inserted material.

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