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East Kootenay Region (B.C.) Dwellings With digital objects
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"Chapman Camp"; Oughtred Hall, Cookhouse, And Bunkhouse.
"Chapman Camp"; Oughtred Hall, Cookhouse, And Bunkhouse.
"Chapman Camp, BC."
"Chapman Camp, BC."
"Fernie, BC."
"Fernie, BC."
"Hosmer, BC".
"Hosmer, BC".
"McDougall Townsite, Kimberley."
"McDougall Townsite, Kimberley."
"Michel, BC".
"Michel, BC".
"Moyie Lake looking northeast towards Moyie City, BC"
"Moyie Lake looking northeast towards Moyie City, BC"
"Moyie from the lake".
"Moyie from the lake".
"Residential Street; Chapman Camp."
"Residential Street; Chapman Camp."
"The park, Fernie; showing the firest house in town to be burnt in the great fire of August 1, 1908"
"The park, Fernie; showing the firest house in town to be burnt in the great fire of August 1, 1908"
A Home In Wilmer.
A Home In Wilmer.
Abandoned remains of a Chinese cabin on the north side of the Wildhorse River.
Abandoned remains of a Chinese cabin on the north side of the Wildhorse River.
Arthur Anderson's home in Mayook Valley.
Arthur Anderson's home in Mayook Valley.
Athalmer
Athalmer
Athalmer
Athalmer
Cranbrook
Cranbrook
Cranbrook
Cranbrook
Cranbrook Arch
Cranbrook Arch
Cranbrook.
Cranbrook.
Cranbrook.
Cranbrook.
Cranbrook.
Cranbrook.
Cranbrook.
Cranbrook.
Cranbrook; see E-04285, E-04286, E-04287.
Cranbrook; see E-04285, E-04286, E-04287.
Daisy and Jack Phillips on the steps of their house, Windermere, BC.
Daisy and Jack Phillips on the steps of their house, Windermere, BC.
Elk River Near Fernie
Elk River Near Fernie
Fernie
Fernie
Fernie
Fernie
Fernie, two months after the great fire.
Fernie, two months after the great fire.
Fernie.
Fernie.
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