Retirement Party for Jack McKim November 19th, 1955: 0238.0138

Retirement Party for Jack McKim November 19th, 1955

0238.0138: Retirement Party for Jack McKim November 19th, 1955

Retirement Party for Jack McKim November 19th, 1955. Front Row L-R: Joe Harris, Jack McKim, Harry Stone, Bill Redford, Harold Bidder, Ed Benson, Scotty Fraser, & Harry Almack. Back Row: Ernie Bidder, George James, Jim Pearson Sr, Harold Andrews, Charlie Kincade, Harry Bidder, Jim Crooks, & Jack Farquehar. Sullivan Mine - Kimberley, BC

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Photographer:  J.D. Daniels
Date:  November 19, 1955
Source:  Kimberley Heritage Museum: 58D KDHS.N.S.I.
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (0238)


Retirement Jack McKim November 19th, 1955 Joe Harris Jack McKim Harry Stone Bill Redford Harold Bidder Ed Benson Scotty Fraser Harry Almack Ernie Bidder George James Jim Pearson Sr Harold Andrews Charlie Kincade Harry Bidder Jim Crooks Jack Farquehar Sullivan Mine Kimberley BC


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Industry arrow Mining arrow Mines arrow Sullivan Minearrow
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