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          Chevalier family fonds
          PR1517 · Fonds · 1910-1938

          The fonds consists of images of various locations in Alberta, including Fort Saskatchewan (interior of a tailor shop), Leduc (interior of a confectionery), Irma, Peace River, Fahler, Castor, Vegreville, St. Paul de Metis, and Onion Lake; the images include churches, homesteading, street scenes, school, hotels, rivers, clergy, airplanes, houses, first nations, cars, and students.

          Chevalier, Barrett
          Clara Thomas fonds
          PR1190 · Fonds · [ca. 1900]-1917

          The fonds consists of photographs of early Edmonton, Alberta, an early view of Strathcona, North-West Territories, a Vegreville, Alberta farm, the Vegreville, Alberta fair, a worker in the Edmonton Bulletin Office and one outside the Office on a bicycle, a postcard of Leduc, Alberta’s main street, and a cyanotype of the Old Edmonton Hotel.

          Thomas, Clara
          PR0861 · Collection · Copied 1990

          The collection is made up of copies of two photographs (postcard format) from the Museum's collection, obtained by copy loan. The two photographs, originally taken ca. 1900, depict Main Street, Leduc and the Leland Hotel, Leduc.

          Dr. Woods House Museum