City of Kimberley float in Dominion Day Parade. Kimberley, BC, July 1st, 1946: 2298.0007

City of Kimberley float in Dominion Day Parade. Kimberley, BC, July 1st, 1946
2298.0007

2298.0007: City of Kimberley float in Dominion Day Parade. Kimberley, BC, July 1st, 1946

City of Kimberley float in Dominion Day Parade. Kimberley, BC, July 1st, 1946. J. Bonner, City Works Foreman driving the first grader. Union Jack flags strung from front to back of grader.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1946
Source:  Kimberley District Heritage Museum: KDHS 588.31
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (2298)

Keywords:

City Kimberley float Dominion Day Parade July 1st 1946 J. Bonner City Works Foreman driving first grader Union Jack flag grader

Subjects:

People arrow Bonnerarrow
Citiesarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Entertainmentarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Entertainment arrow Dominion Dayarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Eventsarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Events arrow Dominion Dayarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Eventsarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Events arrow Dominion Dayarrow
Industryarrow
Industry arrow Equipmentarrow
Industry arrow Equipment arrow Graderarrow
Celebrationsarrow
Celebrations arrow July 1st [Dominion Day]arrow
Governmentarrow
Government arrow Flagsarrow
Government arrow Flags arrow Union Jackarrow

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