Fonds pinc-2613 - A. H. Lynch-Staunton Butcher Shop fonds

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A. H. Lynch-Staunton Butcher Shop fonds

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PINC pinc-2613

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  • 1907-1929 (Creation)
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    A. H. Lynch-Staunton Butcher Shop

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4 cm of textual records.

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A. H. Lynch-Staunton, 1860?-1932, born in Hamilton, Ontario, was a member of the North West Mounted Police (NWMP) detachment sent to establish a horse breeding farm at Pincher Creek, Alberta in 1878. He took his discharge from the NWMP in 1880, and established the first cattle ranch in the district. Among the enterprises associated with his ranch was a butcher shop which supplied meat to the mining communities of the Crowsnest Pass. His descendants have continued to be active in ranching and political life in Alberta.

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The fonds consists of an account book (1907-1909) of the A. H. Lynch-Staunton Butcher Shop used to record customer accounts, with a few receipts and a notebook apparently used to record employee hours.

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The fonds was donated by Mrs. Marion Retzler of Pincher Creek.

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Record No. 977.26.1.A<br><br>

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