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Greater Vernon Museum and Archives collection

  • CA EDM MS-410
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1918] - 1939

The collection consists of records transferred from the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives, as better fitting the mandate of the City of Edmonton Archives.

File list:

  1. Sheet music - The Boys of the Great Western Plains, words and music by Pte. W. Watson, 138th Batt., CEF, Edmonton; dedicated to the 49th Canadian CEF Edmonton Alberta Batt'n (Loyal Edmonton Regiment), [ca. 1918].

  2. Postcard - (of Field, BC and Mt. Stephen), addressed to Mrs. Mohr;
    Souvenir Programme - Souvenir to Commemorate the Fortieth Year of the Ministry of Rev. D.G. McQueen, 1927 - annotated with Mrs. Mohr, Vernon.

  3. Souvenir Programme - The Visit of Their Most Gracious Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to the Province of Alberta, Edmonton, 1939.

Greater Vernon Museum and Archives

The Boot Factory giant boot

  • CA EDM MS-438-EA-207-519
  • Pièce
  • 6-May-90
  • Fait partie de Phil Cox fonds

This display is located on the northeast corner of 167th Street and 100th Avenue. The boot factory is also located there. Boot Factory

Plaque - Maude Bowman

  • CA EDM MS-438-EA-207-538
  • Pièce
  • 30-Oct-90
  • Fait partie de Phil Cox fonds

This plaque is located below the bust of Maude Bowman on the 100th Avenue Heritage Walk along the north riverbank in the Oliver Neighbourhood (between 117th and 121st Streets.

Bust of Abraham Cristall - detail

  • CA EDM MS-438-EA-207-650
  • Pièce
  • 7-Jul-91
  • Fait partie de Phil Cox fonds

This bust is located on the Heritage Trail, 100 Avenue between 117 and 120 Street in the Oliver neighbourhood. Cristall, Abraham

Grant Notley Park and gazebo

  • CA EDM MS-438-EA-207-653
  • Pièce
  • 7-Jul-91
  • Fait partie de Phil Cox fonds

This park, named for the first New Democrat member of the Legislature, Grant Notley, is located at the top of the Victoria Park Drive and 116th Street. It marks the beginning of the Heritage Trail, west into the Oliver neighbourhood.

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