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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0470 from Columbia Basin Institute.

Completed records in this collection: 14

Cranbrook Government Building : The Government Building at the east end of Baker Street. There has been no development or improveme
Cranbrook Government Building
Cranbrooks World War I Recruiting : Recruits lined up on the steps of Cranbrook's City Hall.
Cranbrooks World War I Recruiting
Members of the 225th In Cranbrook : A portion of the B.C. 225th Battalion in front of the Railway Y.M.C.A., which became the Armouries.
Members of the 225th In Cranbrook
Canadas World War I Soldiers : Part of the 48th Battalion, raised in Victoria, B.C. on July 1st, 1915. It had a strength of 38 off
Canadas World War I Soldiers
Cranbrooks Soldiers Departing : Description required.
Cranbrooks Soldiers Departing
The Cranbrook Cenotaph : This is a view of the unveiling ceremony of Cranbrook's new WW I cenotaph commemorating the sacrific
The Cranbrook Cenotaph
Departing Cranbrook : Cranbrook's new soldiers departing for service in World War I. Description required.
Departing Cranbrook
Cranbrooks Fighting Men : Cranbrook's new fighting recruits in front of the Railway Y.M.C.A. These men were part of Cranbrook
Cranbrooks Fighting Men
Fernie Cenotaph : Part of the Fernie World War I cenotaph, installed in front of the Fernie Givernment building.
Fernie Cenotaph
Part of the 225th Battalion : The 225th Battalion was raised in B.C. with mobilization headquarters in Fernie, July 15th, 1916. T
Part of the 225th Battalion
World War I Military Band : Band members of the 192nd Battalion. The 192nd "Crows Nest Battalion" was raised in Blairmore and D
World War I Military Band
Cranbrooks New Cenotaph : The unveiling ceremony for the new cenotaph installed on the Great War Veterans' Association grounds
Cranbrooks New Cenotaph
The 225th Kootenay Battalion : Cranbrook's volunteers in camp at Vernon as part of the 225th Kootenay Battalion.
The 225th Kootenay Battalion
54th Kootenay Battalion At Vernon : Some of Cranbrook's new World War I volunteers in camp at Vernon as part of the 54th Kootenay Battal
54th Kootenay Battalion At Vernon