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Lumbering Basic Industry : Lumbering continues as main basic industry in East Kootenay. Detailing the industry from the beginn
Lumbering Basic Industry
Gyro Club : Article reporting on a Nelson man being elected as new District Gyro Governor.
Gyro Club
Cranbrook Foundry : Portable mill developed in East Kootenay and made in Cranbrook now being shipped out of province.
Cranbrook Foundry
Plungers Club : Newspaper article Cranbrook Plungers Swim Club preparing for summer season of meets.
Plungers Club
Japanese Invasion : Newspaper article as long as they are free of disease and have 25 dollars any Japanese can come to C
Japanese Invasion
Dog Fight Entertainment : Newspaper exerpt Wardner International - two men from Sand Creek brought their dog to Wardner and be
Dog Fight Entertainment
Wardner Notes : Comings and goings of residents and visitors of Wardner, as well as another commission of inquiry ov
Wardner Notes
East Kootenay Survey : Correspondent makes a trip through the East Kootenay and tells the story of the future that awaits t
East Kootenay Survey
Fire Chiefs Meeting And Training Issues : Chiefs from eight cities in the Kootenays and Boundary met at Nelson to discuss forming a provincial
Fire Chiefs Meeting And Training Issues
Cranbrook Typographical Union : Cranbrook Herald now entitled to union label and officers of the union elected, although the wages w
Cranbrook Typographical Union
Cranbrook Rotary : Cranbrook Rotary Club luncheon topped the list for genuine hospitality and good fellowship.
Cranbrook Rotary
Cranbrook Rotary : Cranbrook Rotatians celebrate July 4th at Lumberton, with delegate from Los Angeles convention repor
Cranbrook Rotary
Cranbrook Rotary : Cranbrook Rotary is to host inter-city meet with district governor attending and members from Kalisp
Cranbrook Rotary
Quick History of the Lumber Industry : An article by Nancy Miles on the evolution of the lumber industry in East Kootenay up to 1955. Brie
Quick History of the Lumber Industry