Item is-jas-pa 34-42 - A group of women with Daisy Hartley, in her store, Jasper, Alberta.

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A group of women with Daisy Hartley, in her store, Jasper, Alberta.

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JAS jas-2562-is-jas-pa 34-42

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  • 1968 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w print ; 21 x 26 cm

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Mrs. Hartley is being presented with a cake on her 90th birthday by the members of the Royal Purple. Left to right: Mrs. Hinkle, Mrs. Doreen Olsen, Mrs. Leonard, Mrs. Jenny Worsfold, Mrs. Anderson (daughter of Mrs. Hartley), Mrs. Daisy Hartley and Mrs. Grace Wilson. Rev. George Hartley had been a Presbyterian Minister , but to support his large family, chose to work with the C.N.R. in Jasper. After her husband died in 1936, enterprising Mrs. Hartley opened the first Easy Washing Machine outlet, Phillips Radio outlet, and sold other products. Between 1964 and 1966 she wrote for the Jasper newspaper, the Jasper Totem. The Hartleys had seven children: George Jr., John, David, Margaret, James, Jean, and Katherine.<br><br>

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