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Photograph of 4 curlers


Image - Photograph of 4 curlers
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Nom de l'objet : Photograph of 4 curlers
Catégorie de l'objet : Communication Artifacts
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Documentary Artifact, Graphic Documents
Matériaux : Paper
Numéro d'accession : 87.1489.29
Nom de la collection : Archives
Municipalité d'origine : Peace River
Province d'origine : Alberta
Pays d'origine : Canada
Continent d'origine : North America
Municipalité d'utilisation : Peace River
Province d'utilisation : Alberta
Pays d'utilisation : Canada
Continent d'utilisation : North America
Culture : Canadian
Date de début de production : 1931-11-01
Date de fin de production : 1944-12-31
Description : Black and white photograph of 4 men sitting side by side. They are, from left to right, Max Zable, William Stewart, Inis Lamont and WIlson MacRae. Mr. Zable and Mr. MacRae are each holding a curling broom and on the floor in front of Mr. Stewart and Mr. Lamont are 3 curling rocks. Inis Lamont could be Eneas Lamont.
Commentaires : Max Zabel arrived in Peace River in 1914 where he homesteaded and also worked for J.D. Levesque in the Blue Store for a time. Later on he sold Ford cars and farm machinery. Max had a partner named Heffernan. Together they also operated a garage in Berwyn. In 1927, he married Marguerite Lansborough and they had Jack, Mark and Carolyn. In 1944, they moved to Victoria, BC (Peace River Remembers, p. 198-199). Mrs. Stewart joined William in Peace River in 1913. William was the Imperial Oil dealer in town for a number of years, but before the war he sold his holdings to Archie Macmillan (Peace River Remembers, p. 178). He passed away in 1950 in Victoria, BC at the age of 66. Inis Lamont could be Eneas Lamont who married Elizabeth Rankin on August 23, 1923. In November, 1931 they moved to Peace River where Eneas became Town Secretary-Treasurer (Peace River Remembers, p. 294). Wilson MacRae was born in 1891. Wilson MacRae and Pearl Hazzard were married in February of 1924. Wilson died in March 1951 at the age of 57. They moved to Peace River in 1931 (Information from Lois Stranaghan). This donation of postcards and photographs was donated by Ernie Skip, who acquired them from a Mrs. MacRae, thought to be Pearl MacRae. Pearl Hazzard married Wilson MacRae and they had an adopted daughter, Greta MacRae, now Greta Picard (2010). Wilson was the post master in Peace River. It is thought to be Pearl MacRae because she lived only a few doors down from Mr. Skip, one of the postcards has the name Pearl on it, and the dates of the photographs coincide with the times that Wilson and Pearl would have been in Peace River.
Hauteur : 8,9
Largeur : 11,3
Unité de mesure linéaire : cm
Nombre d'objets : 1
Sujet ou image : MacRae
Sport and Recreation
Skip
Translittération de l'inscription : Written on the back in blue ink "Left to right / Max Zable / Wm Stewart / Inis Lamont / Wilson MacRae
Département : Archives
Établissement : Peace River Museum, Archives and Mackenzie Centre
Ville de l'établissement : Peace River
Province de l'établissement : Alberta
Site web de l'établissement : http://peaceriver.ca/parks-rec/museum/  

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