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St. Eugene Hospital in Cranbrook
A view of the St. Eugene Hospital, looking NW with King Street passing to the left side of photo. The back inscription indicates "nearly 200 people" ...
Fernie Hotel in Fernie, B.C.
A frontal view of the Fernie Hotel in 1914....
Bailey and Battensby Sawmill
The Murdoch Bailey and Battensby sawmill situated at the Fisher place at Albreda, where the Lenko house is now. Crew of men pictured are Jules Frye, M...
Castlegar Street View - 1929
Eremenko's comments on Castlegar, BC. Written on back of photo - "Looking down the road from RR bridge to the ferry crossing about one half mile away...
Dance Pavilion on Eremenko Property
Eremenko's comments on Castlegar, BC. "Dance Pavilion. Ladies posed in gateway."...
Cranbrook Post Office & Hanson Block
The Federal Post Office with Clock Tower, the clock face and inner workings were moved to Fort Steele after the demolition of Post Office. In 1982 whe...
Cranbrook Herald Office
Cranbrook Herald office interior showing ceiling power shafts, composing tables, slug cutter, etc. - a good turn-of-the-century printing shop. The fir...
Mr. Hogarth & Mr. Binmore
George Hogarth & Mr. Binmore standing beside a car, year unknown. George Hogarth built the Cranbrook Hotel which was the first building on the Cranbro...
1910 St. Eugene Hospital in Cranbrook
Image from 1910 showing the St. Eugene Hospital located on 5 acres of land gifted by Colonel Baker. Founded at the St. Eugene Mission in 1898 and reb...
Columbia Avenue, Rossland c.1912
Columbia Ave in Rossland, B.C. c.1912. A disastrous fire wiped out the business block in Rossland after this photo was taken in 1912. The Post Office ...
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