Photographic Collections

Pemberton and District Museum Collection
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Man with Child

Man with Child

Description:

Man holding child standing in doorway.

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p213.9

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Two People

Two People

Description:

Two people standing in front of the Pemberton Hotel.

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p213.10

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Two People

Two People

Description:

Two people standing on Main (Frontier) St.

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p213.11

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Two Women

Two Women

Description:

Two women - Mt. Currie backdrop.

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p213.12

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Child

Child

Description:

Child, possibly in a boat.

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p213.13

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Two Men

Two Men

Description:

Gary Shore (standing), and his uncle Bert.

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p213.14

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#10 Downing St.

#10 Downing St.

Description:

Ab Gramson, Minnie Greer and another man in front of #10 Downing St..

Date of Creation:

ca 1970

Accession #:

p235.1

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#10 Downing St

#10 Downing St

Description:

Ab Gramson and Minnie Greer on the porch of #10 Downing St.

Date of Creation:

ca 1970

Accession #:

p235.2

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Jerry Mohs

Jerry Mohs

Description:

Jerry Mohs wearing the United Nations Assembly Year of Volunteers award in 2001. Jerry was born in Penticton, Nov 01, 1948 to Harold and Nancy Mohs. Soon after this event the family moved to Merritt and eventually on to Pemberton. As a young man, Jerry tried his hand at banking in Prince Rupert but soon returned to a logging career in Pemberton. Eleanor Whitehead, his sister, believes Jerry’s heart lived in Pemberton, no matter where he traveled and he always returned to the valley. Jerry was an active volunteer as a hockey and baseball coach and he was a long time supporter of the Layoam Eagles paddling team. His generosity continued right up to the end and his family told us that he donated his cornea’s before he died so that someone else would have sight.

Date of Creation:

2001

Accession #:

p344.01

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