File F-316-9-0-0-10 - Creator scans: brewers and breweries

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Creator scans: brewers and breweries

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20 photographs: jpgs

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File contains the following images. Page numbers indicate the page number in the consolidated pdf file. Original source of image is indicated where known.

p. 01. Photograph: Dublin Gulch from the west, ([ca. 1905]), Trail Historical Society - reference number Cat. No. 0017.
p. 02. Photograph: Phoenix Brewery: Billy Biner with Betty, source unknown.
p. 03. Label: Phoenix Brewing Co. Biners Iron beer label, source unknown.
p. 04. Photograph: Buffalo Store, Moose Jaw, (December 28, 1888), Moose Jaw Public Library.
p. 05. Photograph: Charles Holten (Hultengren), source unknown.
p. 06. Photograph: Empire Brewery, Moosejaw SK, ([ca. 1884]), Moose Jaw Public Library.
p. 07. Photograph: Gus and Bill at Brewers' School, source unknown.
p. 08. Photograph: Gus and Bill at Brewers' School, source unknown.
p. 09. Photograph: Hattie and Betty [Biner], Phoenix BC, ([ca. 190-]), source unknown.
p. 10. Label: Hedley Brewing Co. Hedley Beer label, source unknown.
p. 11. Photograph: Hedley Brewery, ([early 1900s]), Hedley Museum - reference number P2636.
p. 12. Photograph: Kootenay Breweries Ltd., Nelson BC, source unknown.
p. 13. Photograph: Konrad Warecka, source unknown.
p. 14. Photograph: Northern Brewing, Atlin BC, Konrad Wawrecka brewmaster, (1906), source unknown.
p. 15. Photograph: Four men and two women sitting at a table, Atlin Brewery, source unknown.
p. 16. Portrait: [Unidentified man: portrait], source unknown.
p. 17. Photograph: Red Cross Brewery, ([ca. 1900]), Chilliwack Museum and Archives - reference number 2009.043.004.
p. 18. Postcard: Red Lion Brewery site, Stovely near Nanaimo, ([ca. 1910]), Bill Wilson.
p. 19. Photograph: Vernon Spring Brewery, ([ca. 1895]), Vernon Museum - reference number 3190.
p. 20. Photograph: Vernon Brewery building, horse and buggy, Vernon Museum - reference number 10440.
p. 21. Photograph: [Nicholas] Klausman and truck in front of Vernon Brewery, Vernon Museum - reference number 10441.

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      File includes Evans' copies of materials held elsewhere. SFU Archives has not always been able to identify the source repository in all cases. See the Scope and content note for the full list of items; where the original source is known, it is given along the repository's reference number for the item. Repositories identified include Vernon Museum, Trail Historical Society, Chilliwack Museum and Archives, Moose Jaw Public Library, Hedley Museum. See Scope and content for more detail on particular items. Contact the source repository for access to the originals or to request high-resolution reproductions.

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      • Postcard: Red Lion Brewery site, Stovely near Nanaimo, ([ca. 1910]), Bill Wilson (p. 18); reproduced courtesy Bill Wilson.

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