Item - Canadian Fish & Cold Storage employees Seal Cove Plant

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Canadian Fish & Cold Storage employees Seal Cove Plant

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    • [ca. 1935] (Creation)
      Baillie, William

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    1 postcard : b&w ; 14 x 9 cm

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    (1894- 1966)

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    William Baillie was born on January 1, 1894 in Musselburgh, Scotland to Alexander and Margaret (Brown) Baillie. At age 31 he came to Canada and worked for BC Packers at the Canadian Fish & Cold Storage plant in Seal Cove. He was involved in the Prince Rupert Billiards Association. He died on February 2, 1966 in Victoria at age 72.

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    The postcard was donated by David Baillie.

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    Postcard depicts Canadian Fish & Cold Storage employees at the Seal Cove plant in Prince Rupert, ca. 1935. Included in the photograph are Alex Strachan, Alec Murray, Arthur Bell, Bob Woods, Pete Christ, Mr. Pick, Tom Elliott, Bill Hunter, John Murray, Jimmie Hillman, Alec Gomez, William Baillie, Joe Martin, Harry Worsfield, Joe Davidson, Jim Taylor, Ted Davidson, Mr. Lawson, Charles Baptie, and James H. McGlashan.

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        Created on April 23, 2014

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