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Title: Kloepper family collection
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Part Of: Prince Rupert City & Regional Archives collection
Scope & Content: Series contains photographs depicting students and teachers at Conrad School, the staff outside the Ministry of Forests office on Market Place, workers at the Drydock during World War II, a group of people at a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Storrie at 508 Hall Street, later 1454 Piggott Avenue. There are also canneries, boats and ships including "Princess Norah", "Princess Louise", Princess Joan", "S.S. Marguerite", "Riversdale", "Lady Dawley", "S.S. Venture", "Western Express", "Princess Beatrice", "Camosun", "S.S. Cardena", "S.S. Catala", "Coquitlam", "S.S.Prince George", "S.S.Prince Rupert", Namu Cannery, "Western Express" at Nelson Brothers, W.S. Balcom Fish Co. workers brailing salmon, (photo by Johnston), Columbia Cellulose, Prince Rupert Courthouse, Second Avenue, Third Avenue, CNR Gardens, The Dunes Inn, Tl'ell, Queen Charlotte Islands, an aerial of Miller Bay Hospital, Skeena River near Terrace and an aerial of Lakelse Lake.
Subject Access: ["Schools", "Forestry", "Drydocks", "War", "Streets", "Steamships", "Canneries", "Boats - fishboats", "Pulp Mills", "Fisheries"]
Date: [192- to 195-]
Physical Description: 39 photographs

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