Fonds ath-2106 - Ludie Lewis fonds

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Ludie Lewis fonds

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CA ATH ath-2106

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39 photographs.

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The fonds consists of the January, 1953, "Klondike Nights" activities which was a fund raiser for the Community Centre. Some participants were :Dennis Corness, Lois Ellefson (Bissell), Bob Garton, Terry Grainger, Inga Jorgenson, Nevis Labranche, Ludie Lewis, Verne Lewis, Dorothy Minns, Charles Parker, Lois Parker, Ethel Sauer, and Zinnia Tymchuk. There are also photographs from a play "The Legend of John Ware", 1953. There are 10 undated photographs of Athabasca parades and three parade photos from 1964. The collection includes a photo of the horse barn on the Dominion Experimental Farm.

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Donated by Ludie Lewis in 1985, 2008

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Klondike Nights, begun in 1953, were yearly entertainments consisting of a play , dance, carnival booths and food. All proceeds were used to finish the Community Centre. Verne Lewis was a son of Walton Lewis and a grandson of George and Kate Lewis. The horse barn was pulled down in c 1986.<br><br>Record No. 85.362 (photos# 506-543);08.38 (photo# 17411)<br><br>

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