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Trail Businesses : Both Trail and Rossland expanding rapidly, many businesses.
Trail Businesses
Trail News : Business changes and new growth in Trail and Rossland.
Trail News
Cominco Photo of Trail B.C. 1910.
Cominco Photo of Trail B.C. 1910.
Cominco photo of Trail B.C. 1911.
Cominco photo of Trail B.C. 1911.
Overlooking Trail in the winter of 1910-11. Cominco Photo.
Overlooking Trail in the winter of 1910-11. Cominco Photo.
Correspondence between O.R. Hamilton and E.B. Monypenny. March 12, 1910
Correspondence between O.R. Hamilton and E.B. Monypenny. March 12, 1910
Correspondence between J.R. Hunnex and E.B. Monypenny. March 12, 1910
Correspondence between J.R. Hunnex and E.B. Monypenny. March 12, 1910
Correspondence between E.B. Monypenny and J.R. Miller. May 3, 1910.
Correspondence between E.B. Monypenny and J.R. Miller. May 3, 1910.
Correspondence between E.B. Monypenny and The Dominion Permanent Loan Company.
Correspondence between E.B. Monypenny and The Dominion Permanent Loan Company.
Correspondence between E.B. Monypenny and J.R. Miller. May 9, 1910.
Correspondence between E.B. Monypenny and J.R. Miller. May 9, 1910.
Newspaper articles, Saturday January 7, 1911.
Newspaper articles, Saturday January 7, 1911.
Correspondence between Mrs. T.E. Patterson and E.B. Monypenny. Long Beach, Ca. April 12, 1910.
Correspondence between Mrs. T.E. Patterson and E.B. Monypenny. Long Beach, Ca. April 12, 1910.
Correspondence between E.B. Monypenny and F. A. Heinze. March 8, 1910.
Correspondence between E.B. Monypenny and F. A. Heinze. March 8, 1910.
Correspondence between F. M. Holland and The Dominion Permanent Loan Company. August 3, 1911.
Correspondence between F. M. Holland and The Dominion Permanent Loan Company. August 3, 1911.
Correspondence between H. Bird and E.B. Monypenny. March 15, 1910.
Correspondence between H. Bird and E.B. Monypenny. March 15, 1910.