Item - Sumner Vicarage, Assa.

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Sumner Vicarage, Assa.

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  • [after 1890] (Creation)
    Assiniboia District

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1 photograph: b&w; 7.3 cm x 12.7 cm; on matte: 8.2 cm x 13.8 cm

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Sumner Vicarage, built before 1890, of logs hauled from the Qu’Appelle Valley by Sam Poole. The vicarage was situated in the colony of Englishmen started by James Sumner in 1883.

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Copyright: Public Domain

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