8 Pen and Ink Drawings of Fort Steele: 0434.0008

8 Pen and Ink Drawings of Fort Steele

0434.0008: 8 Pen and Ink Drawings of Fort Steele

St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Fort Steele. The first church to be built at Fort Steele, it was dedicated on October 31, 1897 by Father Coccola.

Medium:  Ephemera - Image
Author:  Ray Mannix
Date:  1975
Author:  Ray Mannix
Source:  1988.020.008 Original copy held in the History Centre Archives
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0434)


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(0434-0001) 8 Pen and Ink Drawings of Fort Steele


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