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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0469 from Columbia Basin Institute.

Completed records in this collection: 26

"Charlie Ed" At Time of Capture : "Charlie Ed." on September 14th, 1926 at point of capture near Jim Smith Lake,approx 6 km SW of Cran
"Charlie Ed." at Time of Capture : "Charlie Ed." on September 14th, 1926 at point of capture near Jim Smith Lake,approx 6 km SW of Cran
Bringing Home Two Captured Elephants : Ktunaxa trackers and Sells-Floto elephant handlers bringing two of the escaped elephants back to the
Bringing Home Two Captured Elephants
Bald Mt. Where the Elephant Hunt Took Place : This is believed to be a view of the area where "Charlie Ed." was captured on September 14th, 1926,
Bald Mt. Where the Elephant Hunt Took Place
Circus Wagon : One of the caged wagons used for transporting portions of the menagerie between train cars and circu
Circus Wagon
The Elephant Herd : A portion of the Sells-Floto elephant herd being watered and cared for.
The Elephant Herd
"Charlie Ed." and Circus Staff : The last of the escaped Sells-Floto cirfcus elephants, "Charlie Ed.", at point of capture near Jim S
"Charlie Ed." and Circus Staff : The last of the escaped Sells-Floto circus elephants, "Charlie Ed.", at point of capture near Jim Sm
Capture of "Charlie Ed." : The point of capture of "Charlie Ed.", the last of the Sells-Floto escaped elephants to be caught on
Capture of
Decoy Elephants : Two elephants, presumed to be Frieda and Trilby, from the Sells-Floto Circus herd staked out as deco
Decoy Elephants
"Cranbrook Ed." At the Victoria Cafe : "Cranbrook Ed." after his baptismal, at the Victoria Cafe on Baker Street in Cranbrook, enjoying his
Elephants Just Captured : Two Sells-Floto Circus escaped elephants just captured at 7:00 p.m. on August 7th, 1926, at Cranbroo
Elephants Just Captured
Death of Myrtle : Myrtle was found on September 10th in very poor condition from exposure. She either died from pneum
Death of Myrtle
Death of Myrtle : Caption reads - "Myrtle Dead - You Are a Good Elephant Now." Myrtle was the second to last escaped
Death of Myrtle
Death of Myrtle - Lifting the Cape : After Myrtle's death she was skinned and her head and front feet were severed. The skull, lower jaw
Death of Myrtle - Lifting the Cape
"Cranbrook Ed." Departing : "Cranbrook Ed." entering the CPR baggage car that would take him from the Cranbrook stockyards to Sa
"Cranbrook Ed." Departing : "Cranbrook Ed." entering the CPR baggage car off the stockyard ramp at Cranbrook. He was ticketed t
Elephants Cooling Off : This is thought to be a photograph of three of the escaped elephants cooling off near Cranbrook afte
Elephants Cooling Off
Sells-Floto Circus Elephants : Irene Ledgett is shown in a 1925 publicity photo with the Sells-Floto Circus elephant herd, doing a
Sells-Floto Circus Elephants
Killer Elephant Reprieved : "Wally," the bull elephant that trampled and gored his trainer, Edward S. Brown, to death in the Fle
Killer Elephant Reprieved
Execution of Wally : "Wally" was an elephant from the San Francisco Fleishhacker Zoo who gored and trampled to death his
Execution of Wally
Circus At Cranbrook (or Fernie?) : The "bigtop" set up on Joseph Prairie at Cranbrook, B.C. There is some feeling that it may be the L
Circus At Cranbrook (or Fernie?)
Charlie Ed." at Point of Capture : The last of the escaped Sells-Floto CIrcus elephants at Cranbrook, "Charlie Ed." is seen with elepha
Charlie Ed.
"Charlie Ed." Finally Captured : The last escaped Sells-Floto Circus elephant, "Charlie Ed." at his point of capture near Jim Smith L
Elephants at Gordons Ranch : A view of Gordon's Ranch where the first of the escaped Sells-Floto elephants were captured.
Elephants at Gordons Ranch
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