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Cole, George collection
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- Graphic material
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[193 -] (Creation)
Physical description area
4 photographs : b&w [scanned copies]
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Name of creator
George Cole was born to Ezra Peck Cole and Violet May Cole (nee Rogers) in 1927 in Moncton, New Brunswick. Both of George's parents were originally from New Brunswick, and had moved to the Queen's Park, Saskatchewan district before he was born. However, George's mother had returned to New Brunswick for her parents' anniversary, and decided that it would be unwise to make the two week return train journey, so waited in New Brunswick until George's birth. George was educated in the Queen's Park S.D., and farmed for most of his life. He married his wife, Margaret, in 1950.
Scope and content
The collection contains four scanned copies of black and white photographs of the Queen's Park school and students, and are believed to have been originally taken during the 1930s.
Immediate source of acquisition
Items donated by George Cole to Melfort & District Museum.
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Location of originals
Original photographs from which copies were made remain with George Cole.
Availability of other formats
Digitized versions in on-site database.
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Copyright: Public Domain
On-site database, accession ledger, source file.
Related material: Related material available.
No further accruals anticipated.
The scanned copies were made in 2001 by the Melfort & District Museum at 300 dpi with 16 million colours.