Money, Anton K.

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Money, Anton K.

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Anton (Tony) Kyrle Money was born September 16, 1900, in Albury, Surrey, England, and came to Telegraph Creek, B.C. as a clerk for the Hudson's Bay Company in 1923. In the 1920s, he was a prospector and miner in the Cassiar district of B.C. and in the Yukon. He married Elsie Joyce Curtis in Vancouver in 1926. In 1936 he was named Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society for explorations and discoveries in the Yukon. He recorded his activities in a diary and published a memoir, This Was The North, in 1975.

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MCARTER 2012-06-15

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