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Image No: NA-3965-63

Title: Two ladies.

Date: [ca. 1880s]

Remarks: Studio portrait from tintype.

Subject(s): Women's clothing

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Image No: NA-3965-65

Title: Patrick Burns, rancher Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. early 1900s]

Remarks: As a young man. Copied from PA-2247-10.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Ranchers

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Image No: NA-3965-58

Title: Tom Kelly.

Date: [ca. 1903]

Remarks: Came to Calgary, Alberta in 1903. Father of Howard Kelly, Queen's Counsel.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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Image No: NA-3965-59

Title: Mrs. Mary Kelly.

Date: [ca. 1903]

Remarks: Came to Calgary, Alberta in 1903.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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Image No: NA-3965-45

Title: Neill Peirce and Howard Kelly with car, Sylvan Lake, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1913-1919]

Remarks: On vacation. Note luggage inside car and on running board. Howard Kelly, left.

Subject(s): Sylvan Lake, Alberta - Personalities / Sylvan Lake, Alberta - Transportation / Automobiles

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Image No: NA-3965-66

Title: Unloading bodies after mining disaster at Hillcrest, Alberta.

Date: June 19, 1914

Remarks: From mine cars. Bodies brought up from mine were placed in wash-house, where they were washed, searched for identification. They were then wrapped in shrouds and taken by wagon to the Miner's Hall for Identification.

Subject(s): Hillcrest, Alberta - Accidents / Hillcrest, Alberta - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Industry / Mines and mineral resources - Disasters

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Image No: NA-3965-67

Title: Relatives waiting to identify bodies after mining disaster at Hillcrest, Alberta.

Date: June 19, 1914

Remarks: From mine cars. Bodies brought up from mine were placed in wash-house, where they were washed and searched for identification. They were then wrapped in shrouds and taken by wagon to Cruikshank's General store, and the Miner's Hall for identification.
The building in the middle is the miners' hall, and the one on the left is the miners' cooperative store.

Subject(s): Hillcrest, Alberta - Accidents / Hillcrest, Alberta - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Industry / Mines and mineral resources - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Buildings

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Image No: NA-3965-68

Title: Relatives with coffins, after mining disaster at Hillcrest, Alberta.

Date: June 19, 1914

Remarks: Burial in mass graves took place in June 21, 1914.

Subject(s): Hillcrest, Alberta - Accidents / Hillcrest, Alberta - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Industry / Mines and mineral resources - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Funeral rites and ceremonies

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Image No: NA-3965-69

Title: Mourners with coffins, after mining disaster at Hillcrest, Alberta.

Date: June 19, 1914

Remarks: Coffins were buried in three mass graves, which took place in June 21, 1914.

Subject(s): Hillcrest, Alberta - Accidents / Hillcrest, Alberta - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Industry / Mines and mineral resources - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Funeral rites and ceremonies

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Image No: NA-3965-70

Title: Coffins ready for burial, after mining disaster at Hillcrest, Alberta.

Date: June 19, 1914

Remarks: Coffins were buried in three mass graves, which took place in June 21, 1914.

Subject(s): Hillcrest, Alberta - Accidents / Hillcrest, Alberta - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Industry / Mines and mineral resources - Disasters / Hillcrest, Alberta - Funeral rites and ceremonies

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