Sullivan Concentrator Construction Crew c.1923: 0238.0137

Sullivan Concentrator Construction Crew c.1923
0238.0137

0238.0137: Sullivan Concentrator Construction Crew c.1923

Sullivan Concentrator Construction Crew Kimberley, BC c.1923 Standing L-R: Frank Gratto, Frank Avalado, Maneas, Albert, Pighin, Gildo Travisan, Antonio Verolin, & Pete Gratto. Sitting: Olivio Sacilotto, & Angelo Zanier.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1923
Source:  Kimberley Heritage Museum: 58D KDHS.295.1
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (0238)

Keywords:

Sullivan Concentrator Construction Crew Kimberley BC c.1923 Frank Gratto Frank Avalado Maneas Albert Pighin Gildo Travisan Antonio Verolin Pete Gratto Olivio Sacilotto Angelo Zanier

Subjects:

People arrow Grattoarrow
People arrow Albertarrow
People arrow Avaladoarrow
People arrow Maneasarrow
People arrow Pighinarrow
People arrow Travisanarrow
People arrow Verolinarrow
People arrow Sacilottoarrow
People arrow Zanierarrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Equipment arrow Concentratorarrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Mines arrow Sullivan Minearrow
Industryarrow
Industry arrow Constructionarrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Equipment arrow Concentratorarrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Equipment arrow Concentrator arrow Kimberley Concentratorarrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Companies arrow Consolidated Mining and Smeltingarrow
Cities arrow Kimberleyarrow

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