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Central Alberta Pioneers' and Old Timers Association, 1949.
Central Alberta Pioneers' and Old Timers' Association, 1949

Dowler family fonds

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M-340-1 Diaries of Fred A. Dowler. -- 1932-1935. -- 3 volumes
M-340-2 Memorial records of William and Mary Morrison, Calgary. -- 1924, 1926
M-340-3 Programs. -- 1912-1955. -- Consists of programs of services in Knox Presbyterian Church and Knox United Church in Calgary; Gaetz United Church in Red Deer; dedication of altar of Peace Tower in Ottawa; dedication of Anthony Henday monument; David Thompson Highway cavalcade, etc.
M-340-4 Passenger list on boat from Victoria, British Columbia to Skagway, Alaska. -- 1926
M-340-5 Invitation and cards regarding luncheon for Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in Edmonton. -- 1959
M-340-vol.1 Scrapbook of obituaries of residents of Calgary and area including accounts of soldiers killed in action during the Second World War. Includes article on J.J. McFarland. -- [ca. 1940s]
M-340-vol.2 Scrapbook of newspaper clippings regarding Knox United Church in Calgary and Gaetz United Church in Red Deer; Naramata Christian Leadership Training School; Reverend George A. Dickson; Warwick Freeman Kelloway; William E. Morrison; Lake Minnewanka and Indian legends; story of Lake Louise; and the origin of Banff place names.
M-340-vol.3 Scrapbook of newspaper clippings regarding Central and Southern Alberta Pioneers' and Old Timers' Association; the first flour mill in Calgary; Father Lacombe; Lachlin McKinnon; Hobart A. Dowler; Joseph Smith, etc.
PA-680-(1-8) Views of the executive of Central Alberta Pioneers' and Old Timers' Association, and dedication of the Pioneer Lodge. -- 1949-[ca. 1958]. -- 8 photographs
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