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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0015 from Columbia Basin Institute.

Completed records in this collection: 31

Fredrick Whitworth Aylmer : Fredrick Whitworth Aylmer was born February 4, 1850 and died September 21, 1920. He was a registere
Fredrick Whitworth Aylmer
Cranbrook Ball Team : Cranbrook Ball Team at Fort Steele.
Cranbrook Ball Team
Cranbrook Herald Office : Cranbrook Herald office interior showing ceiling power shafts, composing tables, slug cutter, etc. -
Cranbrook Herald Office
Queen Brothers, Fort Steele Trappers : A photo of both Queen brothers at Fort Steele, behind their cabin on Riverside Avenue withpart of th
Queen Brothers, Fort Steele Trappers
Queen Brothers, Fort Steele Trappers : The Queen Brothers at Fort Steele, shown at the back of their cabin on Riverside Avenue with part of
Queen Brothers, Fort Steele Trappers
The Prospector Staff : Staff of the Fort Steele Prospector newspaper with founder Alexander Benjamin Grace front centre and
The Prospector Staff
Sam Tuies Laundry : Sam Tuie's Laundry in Golden, BC.
Sam Tuies Laundry
Baker Street, Cranbrook : A good view of the Bank of Commerce, Cranbrook Herald office and Wentworth Hotel buildings.
Baker Street, Cranbrook
Baker Street Hose Reel Races : Fire hall teams competing on Baker Street, Cranbrook, in a hose reel race. This was a common and we
Baker Street Hose Reel Races
Cranbrook Sash & Door Float : The float of the Cranbrook Sash & Door Company in the 1905 Labour Day parade at Cranbrook.
Cranbrook Sash & Door Float
Engine 473 at Cranbrook Station : The CPR station at Cranbrook, with Engine 473 unloading passengers, 1906.
Engine 473 at Cranbrook Station
Boat Docking at Newport, Washington : Unidentified paddlewheeler docking near Newport, Washington - may be SS North Star.
Boat Docking at Newport, Washington
Golden Star Newspaper : Interior of the Golden Star newspaper office, showing slug cutter, composing tables, California case
Golden Star Newspaper
Jacob or Reginald Phillipps : Jacob or Reginald Phillipps, brother of Micheal Phillipps.
Jacob or Reginald Phillipps
Bull River Mill and Townsite : The C.P.R. sawmill at Bull River (later moved to Canal Flats) and the townsite behind the mill.
Bull River Mill and Townsite
Gordons Ranch Near Cranbrook 1926 : Gordon's Ranch is where one of the elephants escaped from the Sells-Floto Circus was caught 1926
Gordons Ranch Near Cranbrook 1926
Cranbrook Hotel : A clean interior view of the Cranbrook Hotel lobby, a comfortable place for passing the time.
Cranbrook Hotel
James Furguson Armstrong : James Furguson Armstrong, Government Agent and Stipendiary Magistrate in East Kootenay.
James Furguson Armstrong
Paddlewheelers in the Kootenays : The SS Marion and the SS Duchess on Kootenay River, presumed to be near Creston.
Paddlewheelers in the Kootenays
Elko Baseball Team : The Elko baseball team of 1909.
Elko Baseball Team
Paddlewheelers At Dock, Westport BC : The SS North Star and an unidentified boat at the Westport docks on the Kootenay River, with the For
Paddlewheelers At Dock, Westport BC
Crowsnest Landing : The shops at Crowsnest Landing, sometimes end of navigation for the Kootenay River paddlewheelers an
Crowsnest Landing
Cranbrook Blacksmith Shop : 5 men standing outside shop with one of the earliest motorized vehicles under conasideration.
Cranbrook Blacksmith Shop
Lum Kim : Gardener Lum Kim at his work site, Fort Steele.
Lum Kim
Otis Staples : Otis Staples 1847 - 1912, a busineesman from Minnesota who relocated to East Kootenay and establishe
Otis Staples
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