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Harvey Frederick Cull fonds
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- Cull, Harvey Frederick
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21.5 cm of textual records and other material.
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The fonds consists of Mr. Cull's 1930 income tax return, 2 account books, a ledger book, 2 accounts payable books for Jan. 1924 - June 1932, inventory of July 31, 1935; Jan. to May, 1935 prescriptions; 1922-23 deeds for the sale of a team of grey mares; Power of Attorney certificate to Harvey from his brother Joseph regarding a land transaction; 53 photographs of people and scenes in Athabasca including: Grand Union Hotel, Strathcona Street, Charles Dufferin Allison Barber (Capt.) 1879-1918, cable cage, J.I.Case, Mary Hagen Conquest, 1873-1955; William Conquest, 1865-1942; Mrs. Cor, Ralph Crawford, Fred Cull, Harvey Cull, Ida Agnes Cull, Joseph Arthur Daigneau, Kizzie Dallas, Robert Emmet Delaney (Dr.), Mrs. Dubord, Edmonton-Exhibitions, Agnes Mary Isobel Evans (Ogden)? - 1953, Jean Falconer, 1910-1988, Frank R.Falconer,1883-1970, Catherine Falconer (MacIntyre), ? - 1967, Romeo Farrell, ferries, Miss Forbes, freight and freightage, Georgina Gordon, Archibald Gorman, Egge's Stopping House, Hudson's Bay Company, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Amanda Keir (Stritkin),1889-1950; David Keir, 1873-1957, R.C.Knowlton, Paul Kawulok, 1893-1968,; Arthur LaPorte, John Leonce (Jack) Lessard, 1883-1929, Mr. McDermid, Mrs. McIntyre, A.C. McKay, Louisa Mills (Camsell), 1873-1954; Mirror Landing, Northern Transportation Company, Pelican Portage, J.F.Percival, reindeer, Warren Richards, Mr. Rodgers, Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 103, WW I veterans, Alexander Leonard Sawle, 1884-1971,; Clara Sawle (Thomson), ? - 1955; Anton Schinkinger Sr., scows, Charles Frederick Shoubridge, signs -"Gateway to the Last West", Lance Smith, steamboats - [Northland Star], steamboats - Northland Sun, Angus Sutherland, Don Sutherland, Percy H. (Turner) Taylor, ? - 1963; Dajo Theatre, Mr. and Mrs. Truss, Andrew Turnbull (Dr.), George Watt, Mrs. William Leslie Wood (Nellie McDougall).
Immediate source of acquisition
The source is unknown. 02.13 was donated by Eleanor Osment. The prescriptions were found in the pharmacy by her husband, Glen. The medicine bottles were donated by Kathy Husel in 2012. They were in the house previously owned by Eleanor Osment.
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- The material is in English.
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No accruals are expected.
Other materials include 53 photographs, 11 negatives, and 26 artifacts. The artifacts are 21 (emptied) glass medicine bottles, 1 large tin container, 3 cardboard containers, and a 24x16x6 inch wooden box containing stencils and paints to use in window displays from the Cull, and later the Fred Mills, pharmacies. Pharmacist Glen Osment purchased the business from Fred Mills in 1954.<br><br>Record No. 85.39 (FFC and BOX 6), 85.41, 85.391 (Photos # 683-735);02.13 (BOX 85);12.15 (artifact # 229)<br><br>