Fonds ath-1996 - Hugo and Mary Coli fonds

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Hugo and Mary Coli fonds

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CA ATH ath-1996

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  • 1948-1967 (Creation)
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    Coli, Hugo Frank

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.5 cm of textual records; 13 photographs; 2 film reels; artifacts: metal sign artifact #93, Athabasca Clay Products sign artifact # 289, painting by Helen McLean; Boy Scout Manual; Petit manuel pour apprendre a lire la langue Crise (Small Manual to Learn the Reading in the Cree Language).

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The Coli family immigrated from Italy after WW I to the Hylo District in northern Alberta. Hugo Frank Coli was born in 1930 and raised near Hylo. In 1954 he worked for Bill Blacklock, owner of Athabasca Funeral Home. In 1970 Hugo and Philip Plamondon opened H-P Furniture in Athabasca. Hugo married Mary Nazaruk of Athabasca. They have 3 children: Maxine, Grant and Patrick. Hugo died in 2004.

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The fonds consists of photos of the 1959-60 Athabasca baseball team, 1948-49 Harvest Queen candidates, and Bill Blacklock and Hugo Coli by Athabasca Funeral Home; a 1962 list of electors for Pelican Portage; 2 reels of 8mm film taken when Hugo delivered ballot boxes in the Pelican area in [1955]. There is also a certificate for 10 shares purchased in Athabasca Clay Products in November, 1967.

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The electoral list has holes in the paper. It is mounted on cardboard with a plastic overlay. The photographs are laser copies.

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Donated by Mary and Hugo Coli in 2001, by Mary Coli in 2007

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  • The material is in English.

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Photograph list with number key available.

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Record No. 01.01 (photo# 14844);01.26 (photos# 14845, 14846), FFC, S&M# 172;07.05<br><br>

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