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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0472 from Columbia Basin Institute.

Completed records in this collection: 30

Circus Bill : An ad for the Al. G. Barnes 3-ring circus, playing Cranbrook.
Circus Bill
Byng Hotel Ad : An advertisement indicating that the very early Royal Hotel, later the GWVA club rooms, was about to
Byng Hotel Ad
Government Building Sketch : A preliminary drawing of what the Provincial Government Building, shared by the City until the City
Government Building Sketch
"Cranbrook Ed." Leaves Cranbbrook : "Cranbrook Ed." at the Victoria Cafe, enjoying his last meal in Cranbrook shortly after his baptism.
Great War Veterans Association Meeting Ad : This advertisement from The Cranbrook Herald signifies the intentions of the ex-servicemen of the Cr
Great War Veterans Association Meeting Ad
Great War Veterans Association Ad : An advertisement for one of the many events the GWVA organized in Cranbrook. They were outstanding
Great War Veterans Association Ad
Heritage Brothers Circus Ad : The Heritage Brothers Circus played Cranbrook July 10, 1926, a month before the Sells-Floto show.
Heritage Brothers Circus Ad
Canadian Legion Ad : This ad illustrates the forming of the Cranbrook Branch of the Canadian Legion shortly after the dis
Canadian Legion Ad
Victoria Cafe Ad : The Victoria Cafe on Baker Street in Cranbrook served "Cranbrook Ed." his first meal after having hi
Victoria Cafe Ad
Hotel Byng Ad : This ad indicated that the old Royal Hotel, home of the Great War Veterans' Association from 1918 to
Hotel Byng Ad
Water Cartoon 1968 : A great cartoon generated by an earlier water fight in Cranbrook, B.C. but appropriate in 2010 as we
Water Cartoon 1968
Water Cartoon 1968 : A great cartoon generated by an earlier water fight in Cranbrook, B.C. but appropriate in 2010 as we
Water Cartoon 1968
Steel Framing For Royal Bank Cranbrook, B.C. 1968 : Building of the Royal Bank in Cranbrook, B.C. The steel girders are shown being hoisted into positio
Steel Framing For Royal Bank Cranbrook, B.C. 1968
Royal Bank Building Sketch Cranbrook, B.C. 1968 : Royal Bank Building Sketch Cranbrook, B.C. 1968. This artist's conception depicts what the new Royal
Royal Bank Building Sketch Cranbrook, B.C. 1968
R.E. Sang : R.E. Sang,Cranbrook businessman and mayor. R.E. Sang was born in Hamiota, Manitoba on August 17, 189
R.E. Sang
Cowpie Water Drainage : A photo depicting the run-off into Gold Creek and the Cranbrook water supply. The many irregulariti
Cowpie Water Drainage
Cowpie Water Drainage : A photo depicting the run-off into Gold Creek and the Cranbrook water supply. The many irregularitie
Cowpie Water Drainage
Cranbrooks NEW through streets : On Monday morning November 6, 1967, the following changes in the City's "through street" pattern wil
Cranbrooks NEW through streets
Moving Shibleys home to make way for the New Post Office Cranbrook, B.C. 1968 : What do you do now?? The old home shown above is being moved to make way for a new post office, but
Moving Shibleys home to make way for the New Post Office Cranbrook, B.C. 1968
The "Dead Duck" Debt building of the Cranbrook "Colonnade" 1966 : Mayor George Haddad beams but Lloyd Hoole appears to be swallowing a remark he is reported to have m
The
Commander Edward Gummer laying a wreath at the Cenotaph in Cranbrook, B.C. 1968 : Past Zone Commander Edward Gummer here lays a wreath in memory of Canadians who died during the Firs
Commander Edward Gummer laying a wreath at the Cenotaph in Cranbrook, B.C. 1968
New Cranbrook Hospital 1968 : The new Cranbrook Hospital is now over 90% completed and hospital administrator L. Swenerton states
New Cranbrook Hospital 1968
Water Cartoon : Another take on Cranbrook's longstanding water problem.
Water Cartoon
Site Of Cranbrook "Colonnade" (Mall) 1966 : The billboard here marks the site of the one and half million dollar Colonnade to be built in Centra
Site Of Cranbrook
Cranbrook International Airport 1968 : Shown above is a dream come true for Cranbrook and district - our own jet age Cranbrook Internationa
Cranbrook International Airport 1968
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