Fonds 0154 - Isabelle Hulet fonds

Main Street Wembley Wembley Burning Wembley Burning Monkman Pass Route Monkman Pass Route Wembley Café Kinuso Falls Bob Krantz and Bernice Trelle at Kinuso Falls, British Columbia. Grande Prairie, Alberta Hunting Expedition
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Isabelle Hulet fonds

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CA GPR 0154

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  • 1937-1950 (Creation)
    Hulet, Isabelle

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0.1 cm of textual records
20 photographs

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Isabelle's father, Bill Palmer, came to Wembley from Manitoba in 1928. Over the years he worked as an agent for B.A. Oil and International Harvester, and was manager for the livestock yards and for the dairy. Isabelle's mother, Gladys Ione Simpson (nee Fisher) came to the country in the early 1930s with her daughter, Ella, to be a housekeeper for Bill Moss. Bill Palmer and Gladys were married shortly after. They had two children: Isabelle (Babs) in 1933, and Billie in 1939. Ella married Herb Gitzel and they had two boys: Preston and Van. Isabelle married Lewis Hulet in 1951. They have four children. Bill Hulet died in 1949 and Gladys died in 1965.

Custodial history

The records were donated to the Grande Prairie Archives by Isabelle Hulet in 2003.

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The fonds consists of copies of photographs of a 1937 trip through the Monkman Pass area, including Kinuso Falls; and copies of photographs of the Wembley main street fire of c. 1950.

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The records were donated to the Grande Prairie Regional Archives by Isabelle Hulet in 2003.


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Accession number: 2003.51

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South Peace Regional Archives

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  • English

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