Collection PR3110 - Karl Kaesekamp photographic collection

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Karl Kaesekamp photographic collection

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    PR3110

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    • 1966-1974 (Creation)

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    55 transparencies. -- 39 slides. -- 48 photographs

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    Karl Kaesekamp was born in Doegevode, Germany in 1925. He came to Canada in 1954 and settled in Edmonton, Alberta. He was a photographer and worked for the Provincial Archives of Alberta in the 1960s and 1970s.

    He married Charlotte Kaesekamp in Canada (d. 1980).

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    Scope and content

    The collection consists of images featuring buildings in Edmonton, Alberta, taken in 1966-1974 including views from Walterdale Hill Road, the High Level Bridge, Whyte Avenue, businesses at 10265-101 St., the Minchau and Sons Blacksmith Shop, the Imperial Memorial on Stone Company, the Senate Hotel on 98th St. and 103 Ave., the Crescent Rooms at 101 St., a private residence at 10420 - 106th Ave, a private residence at 1107 -98th Ave, the Selkirk Hotel, the Northeast Corner of 101 St. and 164 Ave, the Hope Mission on 97th St. south of 104th Ave, views from the High Level Bridge, the Northeast corner of 101 A. Ave and 100 A St., Edmonton Gardens and Grandstand, University of Alberta residences, Rutherford House, McDougall Court, a residence at 9850 - 91st Ave. owned by Evard Ball, the Central Masonic Temple, Edmonton City Hall, the Edmonton Pet Shop, a frame shop, numerous downtown buildings and city residences, Foster and McGarvey Funeral Parlor, Rosary Hall, the Edmonton Art Gallery, and McKay Avenue School.

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    In 1966, Karl Kaesekamp of the Provincial Archives of Alberta donated the material to the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

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        The material is in English.

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        Access Conditions: None

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        Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Further accruals are not expected.

        General note

        Images from the collection can be located in the A file of the Provincial Archives of Alberta reference prints under the numbers A1636 - A1639, A1822 - A1891, A6025 - A6039, A6242 - A6248.

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        Includes accessions PR1966.0094, PR1966.0121, PR1966.0198, and PR1975.0087.

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