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Barbara Ashacker collection
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- Ashacker, Barbara
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one text record
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Name of creator
Barbara Ashacker is the daughter of Hubert Thorne and his wife Alvah (Lewis). She was born . She married Harold Ashacker and they had two daughters. They were divorced. Barbara became a school teacher and taught in Athabasca for a number of years before moving to Nanaimo.
Name of creator
18.06 donated by Margaret K. Baker
Scope and content
The fonds consists of photographs of : 1933 aerial view of Athabasca, Alberta & Great Waterways Railway (1927), Athabasca view from across the river , cable cage, ferry, scows, and Vance house.
18.06: letter written to Barbara Ashacker which tells a story about her father, RCMP Sgt. Hubert "Nitchie" Thorne.
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by Barbara Ashacker in 1985.
18.06 donated by Peggy Baker in 2018
Language of material
- The material is in English.
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Barbara Ashacker is one of four people in conversation on cassette tape #27. She is speaking about her father, RCMP officer Hubert "Nitchie" Thorne. Record No. 85.400