Item IHM.2022.0015 - Community farewell to Frank and Emily Ashmore

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Community farewell to Frank and Emily Ashmore

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  • 1948 (Creation)
    Indian Head
    Indian Head (Sask.)

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1 page text: col; 25 x 33 cm

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Donated by Cecil Ashmore

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A single page of text that was originally framed and presented to Frank and Emily Ashmore upon Frank's retirement in 1948 and their move from Indian Head to Regina. The certificate contains the names of 62 Indian Head citizens.

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Cecil Ashmore


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Frank Ashmore was from Birmingham, England and came to Indian Head in 1902, marrying Emily Cozens in 1906. Until 1948, he was a mail carrier; town councillor and owner/operator of Ideal Coal Co. > Black and White Coal Co. with his son, George. See Indian Head history book pp239-240.

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