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Inventaire des permis de construction des archives de la ville de Québec, 1913-1930. Part B.
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Alberta Cattle Breeders' Association catalogue, 23rd, 1923.
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Medicine Hat, AB., Bylaws, 1977
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Oil flow during swabbing operations, #1 well, Columbia Oils, Flathead Valley, British Columbia.
Turning on British Columbia and Alberta gas to main 30 inch transmission line
McMahon brothers, Calgary, Alberta.
122 foot, Ideco steel derrick, #1 well, Columbia Oils, Flathead valley, British Columbia.
Burning oil from seepage, #1 well, Columbia Oils, Flathead valley, British Columbia.
Frank and George McMahon at oil well.
New derrick and power house, Columbia Oils, Sage Creek, British Columbia.
No. 1 battery, Pacific Petroleums Ltd.
Employees of Pacific Petroleums Ltd.
Westcoast Energy gas plant built by McMahons, Taylor, British Columbia.
Alberta Mines Minister A. Russell Patrick, presenting award to Frank McMahon, Calgary, Alberta.
'Bull outfit' preparing to leave Edmonton, Alberta.
First Post Office at Lake Saskatoon, Alberta.
Sports day at Lake Saskatoon, Alberta.
Ox teams hauling logs at Lake Saskatoon, Alberta.
Recruits from Grande Prairie at Sarcee Army Camp, Calgary, Alberta.
'Bull outfit' seeking homesteads in Beaverlodge area, Alberta.
D. C. Cranston and outfit crossing Peace River at Peace River Crossing on trip to Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Pioneers on Edson trail, Alberta.
Old town of Beaverlodge, Alberta.
E. A. Smith's restaurant, Beaverlodge, Alberta.
Dedication of lower Beaverlodge church, Beaverlodge, Alberta.
Paul Flint homestead, Beaverlodge area, Alberta.
Sir Henry Thornton, president of Canadian National Railways, addressing crowd, Beaverlodge area, Alberta.
Children's Aid home, Edmonton, Alberta.
Tom Campbells Limited, Edmonton, Alberta.
Tom Campbells Limited, Edmonton, Alberta.
Tent houses in Beaverlodge, Alberta.
Log house in Beaverlodge, Alberta.
Bull outfit arriving in Beaverlodge, Alberta.
Mrs. Mary Thompson's home and garden, Bear Lake, Alberta.
The bulletin of the British Columbia Board of Health. Vol. 5, no. 11 (August, 1935)
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