Subseries - Clark Estate collection

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Clark Estate collection

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  • Attributions and conjectures: Title of subseries based on attributions on a dispersed suite of photographs identified by catalogue cards and/or other description prepared by Doug Cox attached therewith.

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  • [189-] - [1929?] (Creation)
    Creator
    Clark Family

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Physical description

ca. 100 photographs : b&w ; negatives 12cm x 10cm + some descriptive catalogue cards; prints 25cm x 20cm or smaller + some descriptive tear sheets

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The point of origin of this subseries is the Clark Family of Keremeos, BC. Copies of images or presumed to be at least partially copied from holdings at the South Similkameen Museum. Permission to digitize granted by John Armstrong, per South Similkameen Museum, November 2014.

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Creator sketch
Herb Clark (b. 1915?), from Keremeos BC, was a close associate of Joe Harris and together they were instrumental in the early survey of the area that would be designated Cathedral Lakes Provincial Park and Protected Area in 1968. “Herb Clark’s parents lived at Green Mountain, and Herb came to Keremeos in 1927 to work on the Tweedle ranch.”

Content:
Subseries consists of photographs relating to the life and times of Herb Clark and his family. Notable subjects treated include hiking and landscapes of the Similkameen,
Subseries is arranged into 8 files.

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File list available

Associated materials

Joe Harris collection
Richter and Tweddle Family collection
Similkameen collection

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Descriptive tear sheets by Doug Cox

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OSC-ARC-01-02-18

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Rules for Archival Description (CCA)

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Draft

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Full

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created 2015-06-25 by Paige Hohmann

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Sources

South Similkameen Museum Society. (2012). Families we have information about. South Similkameen Museum Society. Retrieved http://keremeosmuseum.ca/index.php/families-on-record.html. 17 June 2015.
Cathedral Lakes Lodge. (2015). History: It started in 1934… Cathedral Lakes Lodge. Retrieved http://cathedrallakes.ca/history/ 23 June 2015.

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