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Image No: PA-1599-81b-5

Title: Working model of automatic pin setter for bowling alleys, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: January 3, 1953

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: The two men responsible for creating the working model of the automatic pin setter are, l-r: Wesley Elfor, electrical engineer, and Harry Ireland, master mechanic. The machine was invented by Professor Albert Hoving who is not pictured.

Subject(s): Bowling / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Inventions

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Image No: PA-1599-81b-41

Title: Aerial view of Robin Hood Flour Mills, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1959

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Published in the Herald Magazine, March 28, 1959.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Views / Calgary, Alberta - Buildings / Calgary, Alberta - Industry / Flour mills

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Image No: PA-1599-81b-42

Title: Hugo Gerbholz with his model of Robin Hood Flour Mills, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1959

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Published in the Herald Magazine, March 28, 1959.
Hugo Gerbholz, president of the Robin Hood local of the United Packinghouse Workers of America built the model.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Buildings / Calgary, Alberta - Industry / Flour mills

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Image No: PA-1599-81b-92

Title: Mrs. Magdalena Rauschenberger operating a coffee-making machine, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: January 1960

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Machine utilizes steam and cold water under pressure to turn out the best in coffee flavour. The machine was designed for use with imported coffee blends and were in use in two Calgary coffee specialty shops featuring 24 blends of coffee, none of which could be purchased locally.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Commerce / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Coffee brewing - Equipment and supplies

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Image No: PA-1599-81b-84

Title: New and used clothing store opened by the Canadian Metis Club of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: May 1967

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Published in the Calgary Herald May 31, 1967.
Mrs. Katherine Spencer standing beside rack of clothing inside store located at 1111-13 2nd Street SE.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Commerce / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Clothing industry and trade / Metis-Women / Secondhand trade

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