Fonds PR-195 - Whitehead family fonds

Home of Albert Harry Whitehead in Watford, Hereford, England Fish caught in the Saanich Inlet by Albert Whitehead Jack Whitehead working a hand cultivator in his "Gold Medal" garden Jack Whitehead working in "Gold Medal" garden (contest sponsored by Victoria Rotary Club) Gorge Regatta, First Nations war canoe races Mrs A.H. Whitehead Mr A.H. Whitehead Mrs A.H. Whitehead with her children Ted, Bill and Jack, in a dugout canoe, 1922 Goat show being held in the lot across Herald Street from the Hudson's Bay Company store Rented boats at Prospect Lake, early 1900s
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PR-195

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Whitehead family fonds

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  • [1900]-[196-] (Creation)

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28 photographs

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Albert Harry Whitehead emigrated from Watford, England. He married Nellie Ada Ingle on September 2, 1912 in Victoria. Albert Whitehead was a house builder by trade and built many houses in the Prospect Lake area. The Whitehead family moved to Prospect Lake in 1923.

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Donated in 1981 by Jack Whitehead, son of Albert Harry Whitehead.

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Fonds consists of photographs relating to the Whitehead family.

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  • English

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Accession number: 1981-013

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