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Delores Arcand works binding Christmas trees sometime during the 1950s. After the trees were bound, they were shipped on the railway for transport. If you have any more information or memories about this photograph, email email@example.com.Read More...
In this image, taken sometime during the early 1900s, a young William Taynton (who went by the name Sinclair Taynton), poses with his rifle and dog in the snow outside a small cabin. Sinclair was the son of Jack and Lydia Taynton. If you have any more information or memories about this photo, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo A1237 courtesy
of the Windermere District Historical Society
A team of horses help a farming family bring in their wheat during the autumn harvest. If you have any further information about this photo, please email us at email@example.com Photo courtesy of the Windermere District Historical SocietyRead More...
In this image, dated 1914, several Ktunaxa women and children enjoy the sun outside the home of Dominic Nicholas, near Fairmont Hot Springs. If you have any more information, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo (A168) courtesy of the Windermere District Historical Society