Fonds 630 Hodgson family fonds

Hodgson Family fonds. — [1880-2004]. — 22 cm of textual records. — 320 photographs. — 22 postcards. — 10 maps. — 2 blueprints.

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Biographical Sketch

The Hodgson family was one of the early families to travel from England to Prince Edward Island, Canada. Richard Hodgson was born in 1765 in Skipenbeck, North Riding of Yorkshire, England and arrived with his wife Mary and their children settling in Hope River and later Tryon, P.E.I. Their son John born in 1809 in E.R.Y., England married Catherine Bernard in 1834 in Charlottetown, P.E.I. Richard & Mary’s grandson Jabez Barnabus Shaw Hodgson was born 25 March 1841 in Tryon, P.E.I. and he married Mary Ellen Clark 26 September 1867 in S. Rustico, P.E.I. They had seven children, and only one son, John Fulton Hodgson, the daughters were Lucilla, Catherine, Charlotte, Anna, Mary and Bertha. John Fulton was born 6 January 1873 in Hill’s River, P.E.I and grew up working on his father’s farm Lot 28 of P.E.I. John married Edna Ethel Lea on the 8 of June 1904 in Tryon. Their son Fulton Lea was born September 3, 1905 and he was joined by a sister Myra Jesse on September 25, 1907. In 1909 John’s father Jabez died, and John sold the farm in 1911. Once the sale was complete John left P.E.I., joining his sisters Lucille, Charlotte and Anna but leaving behind his wife Edna and daughter Myra.

John, his mother Mary and his son Lea first settled near Kinistino, Saskatchewan on NE 27-45-23-W2 and in 1918 John SE 19-45-21-W2. In 1915 John’s marriage to Edna Lea ended in divorce. In 1919 John had an auction sale and then purchased lot 8 in block 6 in the town of Kinistino as well as S 32-44-20-W2 in Taylorside, Saskatchewan. John and Lea moved to South Vancouver in 1921, No. 205 on 29th Avenue East. In 1922 John continued to buy land purchasing a homestead in Hythe, Alberta SE 5-73-11-W6 and in 1926 also SE 18-73-11-W6. John married Gertrude Taylor in 1923 and their daughter Vera was born Feb. 5, 1929 in Taylorside, Saskatchewan. Shortly after Vera’s birth the family made Hythe home. John and Lea started a lumber mill operation on the banks of the Kaskatinaw (Cutbank) River. Their employees were local farmers and ranchers who were in need of lumber for their own farms. John and Lea’s lumber company often would exchange work for lumber which worked well for everyone. In 1934, an accident involving a shingling machine caused John to lose his foot, he passed away in 1937 having never fully recovering from the injury. John is buried in the Hythe Cemetery. After John’s death Gertrude and Vera relocated to Prince Albert where they ran a store. Gertrude passed away there in 1957.

John’s daughter Myra married Francis Hustace MacMillan and they lived in New Jersey, she passed away in 1978 in California, U.S.A.

Fulton ‘Lea’ Hodgson was born in P.E.I. and grew up in Kinistino, Saskatchewan. Although he didn’t have his mother and sister close by his father, aunts, uncles and cousins were. Lea attended Poplar Grove School and South Mound. Lea was an avid fisherman and a lover of hockey. He first started playing hockey in Kinistino and continued when he moved to Hythe. When he no longer played hockey he did all he could to support it. He was an integral part of the construction of the Hythe Arena obtaining the pattern for the rafters, helped log the trees, saw the lumber, build and raise the rafters with many of the Hythe community volunteers. Lea also had a hand in helping with the construction of the old Hythe Curling rink. Lea’s grandsons remember his love of hockey by sponsoring the Hythe Atom’s hockey tournament in his name.

Lea was also well-known for his fishing prowess as conformed by a story told by the Patterson bros. of Dawson Creek told a story of being stranded in Slave Lake due to rain and mud. “Fortunately Lea and his Dad were also making the trip in. That was when we discovered who was the fisherman in the crowd! Day after day, Lea kept all of us supplied with fresh fish.”

Lea applied for a homestead in Hythe at SW 9-73-11-W6 but most of his time was spent at the mill. He married Sophia Theresa Gass in a double wedding with Sophia’s sister Barbara Gass who married Arnold Reid. Their wedding was held at Circlebank Hall. Sophia was born to parents Ignatz and Katherine (Schmidt) Gass in Fox Valley, Saskatchewan on March 3, 1916. The Gass family arrived in the Hythe area in 1929. Sophie and Lea spent their honeymoon at the Hodgson lumber mill where Sophie was the camp cook. They had six children, James ‘Jim’, Frances ‘Fern’, William ‘Bill’, Edna, Richard ‘Rick’ and Bernadette. The family moved off the farm and lived outside of Hythe on 9 acres of 13-73-11-W6. The property had an existing house and barn, so Lea and Sophia decided to convert the barn into the family home. The other house was given to Sophie’s mother Katherine to live in.

Sophie and Lea were very involved in the community, Sophie was an executive member of the Catholic Women’s League, and she would donate her sewing and cooking for fundraising events hosted by the church. Sophie would often take her family down to St. Edmund’s church in Hythe before major holy days where they would clean and polish until things passed inspection. Sophie’s family members served as altar boys, played the organ, and sang in the choir. Her husband would help out with the general upkeep of the church, and on cold days get the furnace started so it was warm when the parishioners arrived. Sophie was also involved with the running of the Circlebank Hall as an executive member she helped to organize fundraiser and community events that took place there.

Lea and Sophie relocated into a house in Hythe that Lea had built. This was located across from the old Legion hall and close to the Hythe arena which proved handy for their grandchildren who also loved hockey. Sophie passed away June 12, 1981 and Lea nine years later on October 20, 1990. They are buried together in the Hythe Cemetery.

The Hodgson children were all raised in Hythe and excelled at sports and academically.

Jim Hodgson played hockey for Hythe and later for the Golden Bears in Edmonton. He married Betty Oakford who also grew up in Hythe.

Fern won the Governor General’s award in 1956, she later married Tony Klemenchuk.

Edna was Hythe’s Homecoming Queen in 1959 and a scholarship. Edna spent her grade 11 year at St. Joseph’s High School in Grande Prairie where she played on the basketball team. The rest of Edna’s schooling was in Hythe where she was class president, acted in and organized plays and was on the school basketball team. Edna married Allan Greber September 1, 1962 at St. Edmund’s Catholic Church in Hythe. Edna and Allan lived in Lymburn NE8-73-12-W6, and over the next ten years their four sons were born. Together they started a construction company called Big Valley Construction, which expanded and eventual they ran it out of a shop in Hythe. Edna later moved to Beaverlodge and then Grande Prairie where she owned a car wash called Fast Eddie’s. Edna passed away in Grande Prairie on May 17, 2012 and she is buried with her parents in the Hythe Cemetery.

Bill Hodgson also played hockey for Hythe and then later in Edmonton, he married Maureen Motter.

Rick Hodgson enjoys fishing as much as his dad did, spending as much time at One Island Lake as possible with his wife Frances Brochu.

Bernadette Hodgson is living in Grande Prairie.

Hodgson’s Saw Mill

Lea had a long-standing interest in forestry. Lea and his father John started a mill on the Cutbank River before 1933. They applied at the Forestry office in Grande Prairie for a timber birth and then purchased a second hand sawmill from Lester Hommy. Labor was provided by neighbors who often worked in exchange for timber for their farm sites. The first building at the mill site was a shelter over the mill and then they added bunkhouses, tool sheds and other buildings. They employed many people, loggers included Jim Holly, Aubrey Hawkesworth, Mike Weller and Carl Moller. Max Sudnik of Lymburn was in charge of hauling the lumber out on the rough roads. Lea’s mill supplied the lumber for the Hythe Curling Rink, delivery was free of charge. The lumber from the mill was also used in the conversion of the barn on Lea’s property to the family home, Steve Olichny was the builder. Demand for lumber escalated during WWII and the Americans based in Dawson Creek bought up Lea’s stockpile. In 1944 Hodgson’s Mill was sold to James Elliott and James Gault, Lea took over running the Frontier Lumber Yard in Hythe. Frontier Lumber later became Beaver Lumber and Lea worked there until his retirement. Lea was awarded a Community Achievement Award in 1980 from Beaver Lumber for devoting time and energy to community activities.

H.O.P. Lake

Lea heard about a secluded lake with sandy beaches, crystal water and easy fishing from a Native American man who would often stop and visit the Hodgson Mill. It was located six miles from the mill but Lea put off trying to find the lake until the early 1950’s. One day Lea and his son Jim decided to see if they could locate it, and after searching most of the day they were happy to discover that the fishing was just as their friend has advised. Upon return Lea told two friends about the wonder of the lake, Art Pearson and Bill Oakford. The three of them decided a road was needed into the lake and they proceeded to build one. The lake also needed a name and with all the efforts made by these three men H.O.P. Lake seemed like a good fit. Once the road was built the men decided they would like to lay claim to certain lots around the lake. They applied to the British Columbia government for it to be surveyors and later for leases on lots. The men also encouraged many Hythe families to get in on the initial lease buying and many a fun summer was spent out at H.O.P. Lake by Hythe residents. The lake was officially named One Island Lake.

Information on the biographical sketch taken from: Kinistino Book, Pioneer Round-Up, Hythe Headliner, and the contents of the fonds.

Custodial History

The records were donated by Clayton Greber on behalf of the Greber and Hodgson family in September and October of 2013. The records were collected by Fulton Lea Hodgson and later passed on to his daughter Edna (Hodgson) Greber.

Scope and Content

The fonds consists of records relating to the Hodgson family. The records have been divided into nine series; John Fulton personal & financial; Fulton Lea & Sophia Hodgson personal, financial and correspondence; family photographs from Kinistino and Hythe; Edna Hodgson’s scrapbook; Hodgson’s Mill; H.O.P. Lake/One Island Lake and Hodgson family tree.

The records have been arranged by the Archivists by content and chronology into the various series and files. The records came from so many individual sources, the overall original order of the records had been obscured. The Archivists imposed the order now shown by the records.

Notes

Table of Contents

Series 630.01 Jabez and Mary Ellen Hodgson
Series 630.02 John Fulton Hodgson
Series 630.03 Fulton Lea & Sophia Hodgson
Series 630.04 Early Hodgson Family Photographs
Series 630.05 Hodgson’s Saw Mill
Series 630.06 H.O.P. Lake / One Island Lake
Series 630.07 Edna Hodgson
Series 630.08 Hodgson Family Photographs
Series 630.09 Hodgson Family Tree
Series 630.01 Jabez and Mary Ellen Hodgson. — [ca. 1880-1960]. — 1 cm of textual records. — 2 photographs.

The series consists of a financial paper, a booklet and 2 photographs. The financial paper is a list of shareholders in Clift Mining Property, partners include Diefendorf, Hodgson, McKeen, Schneller, and Weeks. The paper states that the information was provided by Silas Hodgson to Jabez Hodgson and his wife (1892). The booklet is a collection of hymns, temperance songs and poems that were enjoyed or written by Mary Hodgson. The inside cover has Mary’s obituary and the back page the obituary of her husband Jabez Barnabas Shaw Hodgson. The booklet was created by Vera (Hodgson) Smith granddaughter of Mary Ellen (Clark) Hodgson. Title based on contents on the series.

SubSeries 630.01.01 Jabez Barnabas Shaw Hodgson. — [ca. 1880]. — 1 photographs.

A portrait of Jabez Barnabas Shaw Hodgson.

Jabez Barnabas Shaw Hodgson, [ca. 1880]
1 photograph; sepia; 8 x 10 cm
A portrait of Jabez Barnabas Shaw Hodgson.
Location: 0630.01.01

Mary Ellen Hodgson, [ca. 1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Mary Ellen (Clark) Hodgson sitting in a chair knitting. At some point this photograph was cut out of the Hodgson photo album. (630.04.89)
Location: 0630.01.02a & b

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Series 630.02 John Fulton Hodgson. — 1911-1939. — 4 cm of textual records.

The series consist of records from John Fulton Hodgson’s financial and personal life.

SubSeries 630.02.01 John Fulton Hodgson’s Personal Records. — 1912-1937. — 1 cm of textual records.

The series consists of personal records of John Fulton Hodgson. The records are two letters written to John and his son Lea and a letter from his wife Edna Ethel (Lea) Hodgson and daughter Myra (1912,1914); news clipping mentioning the lumber mill accident that cut off John Hodgson’s foot (1934); letter written by John to his wife Gertrude February 18, 1937 from the Grande Prairie Hospital 3 days before his death; permit for transportation of corpse between Grande Prairie and Hythe; receipts for Dr.’s bills to the estate; tax receipt from Hythe for Lot 21 in the Hythe Cemetery; receipt from J.B. Oliver for John’s funeral; list of property and expenses due to John Hodgson’s estate; record of costs with E. Vermuisch (1937); letter to Gertrude Hodgson from Ruth Reynolds expressing her condolences (1937). Title based on contents of the series.

SubSeries 630.02.02 John Fulton Hodgson’s Financial Records. — 1911-1939. — 3 cm of textual records.

The series consists of financial records of John Fulton Hodgson. The records consist of conditions of sale for Lot 28 in Nova Scotia, and a letter with information from the sale (1911) an agreement for sale of land Section 19 Township 45 Range 21 West of the 2nd meridian located near Kinistino that John purchased from the John Sproat estate (1918); sale of land (East ½ of Section 19 Township 45 Range 21 West of the 2nd meridian) to John Melville Arthur (1919); statement of auction of John Hodgson which lists the purchasers (1919); purchasing of a town lot in Kinistino (lot 8 block 6) ) from Norman Melville Clarke (1920); transfer of land from a property in Kinistino (19-T44-21-W2) for No. 205, 29th Ave East, South Vancouver, B.C. with Thomas Sanderson (1921); the purchase of all the stock from a grocery store located at 4605 Main Street Vancouver, B.C. from Ephraim Thomas Kerry (1921); receipt for purchase of a homestead SE 5-73-12-W6 in Hythe, Alberta (1922); payment information between John Hodgson and W.J. Plant (1917-1922); transfer of land SE 18-T73-12-W6 belonging to Carl Hess; receipt for taxes on properties SE 5-73-11-W6, NE & SE-18-73-11-W6 (1927); sale of SE 5-73-R11-W6 in Hythe to Harley Kring (1929); correspondence and receipts from the Soldiers Settlement Board for land in Taylorside, Saskatchewan NE 32-44-20-W2 (1928-1932); tripartite agreement between the Soldiers Settlement Board, George Lewis Taylor and John Hodgson (1930); correspondence from George Lewis Taylor (1935); receipt for taxes on NE 18-73-11-W6 (1930); discharge of mortgage on SE 18-T73-12-W6 (1930); a mortgage between William Middleditch and John Hodgson (1930); Canadian Wheat board receipts (1935, 1938-1939); tax sale notice for land in Vancouver, B.C. South ½ of Lot 5 block 10-13 (1937); mortgage due notice (1939). Title based on contents of the series.

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Series 630.03 Fulton Lea & Sophia Hodgson. — [1930-2004]. — 4 cm of textual records. — 3 photographs. — 19 postcards.

The series consists of financial and personal records of Lea Hodgson and of his wife Sophia. The correspondence is letters written to Lea or both Lea and Sophia.

SubSeries 630.03.01 Fulton Lea & Sophie Hodgson. — [1940-2004]. — 4 cm of textual records. — 2 blueprints.

The series consists of personal records of Fulton Lea Hodgson. The records include a scribbler full of handwritten popular songs and hymns; hospital receipts (1940,1943); a news clipping of son Jim Hodgson’s scholarship win (1958); a letter written by Lea to his daughter Edna (1968); a history of the Hodgson family submitted by Lea to the Hythe Headliner newspaper (1976); photocopy of an article about the Hodgson submitted by Lea (pg. 324) copied from the book Kinistino The Story of Parkland Community in Central Saskatchewan; photocopy of an article about the Arthur family (Lea’s cousins) taken from the above noted book (pg. 239-240); photocopy of an article about the Silvertip Campbell family from the above noted book (pg. 266-267); announcement of son Bill Hodgson working for Strand Oil and Gas; letters from Beaver Lumber announcing that Lea Hodgson was the recipient of the Community Achievement Award which in turn gave money to the Hythe Athletic Association (1980); a life member certificate of Sophie Hodgson in the Order of the Royal Purple (1981); a news clipping from the Community Achievement Award presentation (1981); Sophie Hodgson’s funeral card; funeral records from Oliver’s Funeral Chapel for Sophia Hodgson; Lea Hodgson’s will (1981); information from the Lea Hodgson Memorial Hockey Tournament (2002, 2004); memories about Lea Hodgson’s love of hockey written by daughter Edna; building guide for building a home; blue prints for a circular grainery and cattle feeder. Title based on contents of the series.

Sophie Hodgson Royal Purple Certificate, 1981
Certificate
Creator: Certificate
A life membership presented to Sophia Hodgson on the 13 March 1981.
Location: 0630.03.01.01

SubSeries 630.03.02 Fulton Lea Hodgson Financial Records. — [1930-1981]. — 1 cm of textual records.

The series consists of the financial records of Lea Hodgson. The records are a letter outlining the agreement for the sale of land from Van Volkingburgh to Lea (1939); tax arrears notice for 9 acres on SW 13-73-11 W6; statement of claim between Annie Van Volkingburgh and Lea Hodgson (1942); preliminary agreement for the construction of a highway running through SW 13-73-11-W6 (1947); receipts from the government for land, damages, and a burrow pit for the said highway (1956, 1959);and an insurance receipt (1958). Title based on contents of the series. Title based on contents of the series.

SubSeries 630.03.03 Correspondence. — [1930-1950]. — 1.5 cm of textual records.

The series consists of personal correspondence to Lea. The records consist of seven letters and nineteen postcards from various people mostly Fern Ozmun and Lea’s sister Myra. A couple of the letters/postcards are addressed to both Lea and his wife Sophie. There is also a collection of nine postcards that have not used that depict Boston, New York, Vancouver and humorous ones from Slave Lake, Alberta.

Card from the McPherson Family, [ca.1948]
1 photograph; b & w; 5 x 7.5 cm
A Christmas card with a letter written on the back to Lea and Sophie. The photograph on the front is Dianne McPherson sitting on the ground.
Location: 0630.03.03.01

Card from Lyle and Ethel, [ca.1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 5 x 7.5 cm
A Christmas card with a letter written on the back to Lea and Sophie. The photograph on the front is Ethel with their two children.
Location: 0630.03.03.02

Card from Evelyn & Donald McKay, [ca.1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 5 x 5.5 cm
A Christmas card from Evelyn, Donald with a baby photo of Robin on the front.
Location: 0630.03.03.03

Card from Evelyn & Donald McKay, [ca.1955]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 8.5 cm
A Christmas card from Evelyn, Donald with children Robin and Lorraine.
Location: 0630.03.03.04

Card from Kay & Norm Radbourne, [ca.1955]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 4.5 cm
A Christmas card from Kay, Norm & Dennis Radbourne. There is a baby picture of Dennis on the front of the card.
Location: 0630.03.03.05

Card from Alek, [ca.1955]
1 photograph; sepia; 5.5 x 7 cm
A Christmas card signed by Alek.
Location: 0630.03.03.06

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Series 630.04 Early Hodgson Family Photographs. — [ca.1900-1941]. — 187 photographs. — 3 postcards.

The series consists of photographs of the Hodgson family, friends and unidentified people. The photographs for the most part are of Lea as a young man in Kinistino, Saskatchewan. There is also a scrapbook that belonged to Lea which has 88 photographs in it.

Portrait of Young Woman, [ca. 1885]
1 photograph; sepia; jpeg 429 x 640 pixels (58 KB)
A portrait of an unknown young woman. Photographer’s stamp C. Lewis Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Location: 0630.04.001

Portrait of Unknown Man, [ca. 1885]
1 photograph; sepia; jpeg 429 x 640 pixels (58 KB)
A portrait of an unknown older gentleman, possible a brother to Jabez. Photographer’s stamp Geo. H. Cook Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Location: 0630.04.002

Portrait of John Fulton Hodgson, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; sepia; 12.5 x 17.5 cm
A portrait of John Fulton Hodgson.
Location: 0630.04.003

Portrait of Edna Ethel Lea, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; sepia; 5 x 7 in
A portrait of Edna Ethel Lea.
Location: 0630.04.004

Hodgson Photos, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; various sizes
Scrapbook of photographs many unidentified photographs of people in rural settings. Some of the photographs are possibly of Lucille (Hodgson) and John Arthur of Kinistino, Saskatchewan and of their farm.
Location: 0630.04.005

A Man and a Horse By a Barn, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 10
A man holding horses reins and a mother and child standing by their barn, possibly Kinistino, Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.04.010

A Family Loaded into a Buggy, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; sepia; 6 x 10 cm
Parents and two children are ready for an outing in a buggy.
Location: 0630.04.014

A Women With Her Children, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5
A women with her two children out in the garden.
Location: 0630.04.015

Two Children in a Farm Yard, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
Two children in a farm yard with the house and the barn behind them.
Location: 0630.04.017

A Man With A Child, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
A man with a child by the wood pile.
Location: 0630.04.018

Two Bare-Foot Children, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
Two children standing in a garden bare-foot, one is holding some flowers.
Location: 0630.04.019

Two Girls Wearing Moccasins, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 10.5
Two girls wearing moccasins sitting by a building, one girl is cuddling a kitty.
Location: 0630.04.022

A Man Holding His Catch of Rabbits, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
A man holding a gun and proudly displaying his successful rabbit hunt.
Location: 0630.04.027

A Shingled House, [ca. 1900]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 9.5 cm
A man standing in the doorway of a shingled house.
Location: 0630.04.028

Lea and John Hodgson, [ca. 1919]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Lea standing beside his father in Kinistino, Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.04.031a & b

A Man Seated On a Plow, [ca. 1919]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 9.5 cm
A man sitting on a plow in a field behind a team of four horses.
Location: 0630.04.034

Threshing, [ca. 1915]
1 photograph; sepia; 6 x 10.5 cm
Two men working on their harvest with wagons, a pitchfork and an old threshing machine.
Location: 0630.04.039

Bertha Hodgson and Hedley McKay Wedding, 1915
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 10.5 cm
March 30, 1915 Bertha Hodgson and Hedley Wallace McKay were married in Kinistino, Saskatchewan in the Methodist Church. A group picture taken after the wedding shows some attendees. Back row: Ernest Bellingham, Mary Hodgson, Lucy Arthur, Melville Arthur, Rev. T.F. Marshall, Mr. Wellwood played the organ. Middle Row: Hedley McKay, John Hodgson, Bertha (Hodgson) McKay, Daisy Newman, Catherine Arthur (bridesmaid), Fulton Arthur, Lea Hodgson. Front Row: Bessie Featherstone, Myrtle Purdy. Coming around the corner: Gilbert Arthur. Notes on the photograph: “This was a cold miserable day. Gilbert was just recovering from pneumonia and was sent back into the house to put his hat and coat on. The photo was taken as he was returning. Jean and Eva Arthur were not allowed out and were told to pose in the window but then they were blocked by the people posing outside.” Quoted from a page in the family history.
Location: 0630.04.040

A Big Group of Boys, [ca. 1915]
1 photograph; sepia; 8 x 13.5 cm
A group of fourteen boys age about 10 years old probably from Kinistino, Saskatchewan. Lea Hodgson could be amoung the group.
Location: 0630.04.041

Donald Gordon McKay, 1917
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 11.5 cm
A portrait of Donald Gordon McKay sitting in a chair, he is about 2 years old. The photograph is dated July 1917, Donald was the son of Bertha (Hodgson) & Hedley McKay of Donalda, Alberta
Location: 0630.04.049

A Young Girl, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10 cm
A young girl standing outside wearing a sweater and a skirt.
Location: 0630.04.050

Men Atop a Hay Pile, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Two men standing on a large hay pile. Possibly John Hodgson is the man wearing suspenders.
Location: 0630.04.051

A Women with a Young Girl, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 11 cm
A woman standing by a building, a young girl is beside her.
Location: 0630.04.052

Myra Hodgson, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 8.5 cm
A picture of a young lady probably Myra Hodgson in California Dec. 20, 1918.
Location: 0630.04.055

Classroom and Students, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 8 cm
A group pf children and a teacher gathered in for a picture. Lea Hodgson is probably one of the boys in the back.
Location: 0630.04.056

A Tent, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
A large tent set up in the bush.
Location: 0630.04.057 a & b

Campsite, [ca. 1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
A family sitting outside a tent. There is a stovepipe through the roof of the tent and a second tent close by.
Location: 0630.04.058 a & b

Camping, 1918
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A family sitting outside a tent. There is a stovepipe through the roof of the tent and a second tent close by.
Location: 0630.04.059 a & b

The Kinistino School, [ca. 1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
The Kinistino School in the distance and a house to the right of the photograph.
Location: 0630.04.060

A Group of Friends, [ca. 1918]
1 photograph; b & w; 5 x 6.5 cm
A group of friends sitting on a pile of lumber. Lea is third from the left and has his arms around his friends.
Location: 0630.04.061

A Young Man in a Canoe, [ca. 1918]
1 photograph; sepia; 6.5 x 11 cm
A young man in a canoe paddling through some rapids on a river.
Location: 0630.04.0623

A Young Women Dressed for the Cold, [ca. 1923]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A young women wearing a hat and scarf.
Location: 0630.04.063 a,b,c

Hodgson’s Chickens, [ca. 1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
A photo of chickens in front of a barn.
Location: 0630.04.064 a & b

McLelland Aviation Biplane, [ca. 1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
Two people seated in a biplane. Witten on the side of the plane is McLelland Aviation, the number on the tail is 1049.
Location: 0630.04.069 a & b

Lea and John Hodgson With A Vehicle, [ca.1918]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Lea is sitting in a car, holding on to the steering wheel with John standing beside him. This could be possibly a new purchase.
Location: 0630.04.070

Mary Hodgson With Her Daughters, [ca. 1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 11 cm
Mary Hodgson is sitting in a chair outside and possibly two daughters Bertha and Lucy are standing behind her.
Location: 0630.04.071

A Young Girl, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 11 cm
A young girl in a white dress standing outdoors.
Location: 0630.04.075

A Family of Their Front Steps, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 10.5 cm
Parents with two young children sitting on the front steps of their home, probably near Kinistino, Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.04.079

The Hodgson Home Being Built, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
The Hodgson home under construction in Kinistino, Saskatchewan. There is a man sitting on the peak of the roof and another on a platform.
Location: 0630.04.080 a & b

The Hodgson Home Almost Finished, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A man standing on a platform outside the Hodgson’s home, possibly painting it.
Location: 0630.04.081 a & b

Kinistino Train Station, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A view from the train tracks of the Kinistino train station and grain elevator.
Location: 0630.04.086

Tom Brown, [ca.1912]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A young many in short pants holding a dinner pail. Identified on the back “Tom Brown, Lea’s best chum. Parents born in Scotland they run a store & ? John was in P__? With him. Jean & two boys great family. She was in church choir etc.” Written on the back of (630.04.088c)
Location: 0630.04.088 a,b & c

Lea’s Horse, [ca.1912]
1 photograph, negative; b & w; 6.5 x 11
A photograph of a horse. Identified on the back “This is Lea’s horse Tony brought here and he went to Poplar Grove school (a very little to S. Mound) Mr. J.I. Jones was the teacher at PG and boarded at Mr. Will and daughter he was Ev Clemenk (?), Robin Adairs Grand F. Mrs. Bradshaw lives in Van now. I used to be here a lot and go home back riding with her.” Written on the back (630.04.92c).
Location: 0630.04.092 a, b & c

Lea Hodgson, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 10.5 cm
A young Lea Hodgson wearing a long coat standing outside.
Location: 0630.04.093

Portrait of a Lady, [ca.1900]
1 photograph; sepia; 4 x 6.5 cm
Portrait of a lady in a high-necked dress.
Location: 0630.04.094

Lois Ozmun, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 8 cm
Three young girls, the photograph is identified on the back as Lois Ozmun.
Location: 0630.04.095

Lea Hodgson, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 9.5 cm
Lea Hodgson standing outside wearing a cap, short pants and a tie.
Location: 0630.04.096

A Young Man Under a Bridge, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 10.5 cm
A young man sitting on a wooden beam under a bridge.
Location: 0630.04.097 a & b

Lea Hodgson, [ca.1915]
1 photograph & negative; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Lea Hodgson standing on the road holding a camera.
Location: 0630.04.098 a & b

Lea Hodgson Standing Beside An Arthur Relative, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Lea Hodgson standing with his foot on a fence with a man standing beside him (probably a relative from the Arthur family). There is a house in the background.
Location: 0630.04.099 a & b

Lea Hodgson Standing Beside A Friend, [ca.1915]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Lea Hodgson carving into a fence with a friend beside him doing the same in Kinistino, Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.04.100

Two Boys Outside, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Two boys, a young boy (age 2) sitting in a chair with another boy standing beside him. The flat snowy prairie is the background.
Location: 0630.04.101a & b

Boy By A Frozen Waterfall, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 10.5 cm
A young man standing in front of a frozen waterfall.
Location: 0630.04.102 a & b

Jim McKay, [ca.1917]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
Jim McKay wearing a plaid cap, kneeling on the ground.
Location: 0630.04.103 a & b

A Young Man Kneeling, [ca.1917]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A young man kneeling on the ground in a field.
Location: 0630.04.104

Lea Hodgson, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 11 cm
Lea Hodgson standing on railway tracks.
Location: 0630.04.105

Lea Hodgson Kneeling, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Lea Hodgson kneeling in a field.
Location: 0630.04.106

Lea Hodgson and Friends, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 9 cm
Lea Hodgson standing in the back with three friends, 2 girls and a young man. “The happy bunch”.
Location: 0630.04.107

Lea Hodgson, [ca.1922]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10.5 cm
Lea Hodgson dressed in a suit and tie standing outside by a tent.
Location: 0630.04.108

Lea Hodgson Standing Outside, [ca.1922]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
Lea Hodgson standing outside by a tent with his hands in his pockets.
Location: 0630.04.109

Lea Hodgson Dressed Up, [ca.1924]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 8.5 cm
Lea Hodgson wearing a suit and a tie holding a branch.
Location: 0630.04.110

Lea Hodgson On A Bridge, [ca.1920]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
Lea Hodgson standing on a suspension bridge with someone walking behind him.
Location: 0630.04.111

Lea Hodgson Sitting On Steps, [ca.1920]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Lea Hodgson sitting on the steps of a house.
Location: 0630.04.112

Lea Hodgson and Lyle McPherson, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 11 cm
L-R Lyle McPherson standing with Lea Hodgson.
Location: 0630.04.113

Lea Hodgson Leaning on a Car, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Lea Hodgson leaning on a car. Lea wrote “Ready for work just after dinner – I’d been out in the mud on Sunday look at the wheels.”
Location: 0630.04.114

R.B. Atkinson’s Garage, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
R.B. Atkinson’s garage in Kinistino, Saskatchewan where Lea Hodgson worked after school.
Location: 0630.04.115

Back of R.B. Atkinson Garage, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Written by Lea Hodgson “Back part of garage Jack Ellis & a fellow named Kelsey. Jack works with me.”
Location: 0630.04.116

Jack Ellis & Kelsey, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5
A closer photo of two men identified in the previous photograph as Jack Ellis & a fellow named Kelsey, Kinistino, Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.04.117

A Group of Kinistino Men, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11.5 cm
A group of ten men from Kinistino, Saskatchewan, sitting outdoors and all wearing bowler hats. Only eight of the men are identified. R-L Bottom – Louis Stauss, Eddie Coutre, Bob McEven, Art Kelsey, Erl Warbis Top – George White, Basil Brathwaite & Duncan McNeil.
Location: 0630.04.118

A Man at a Desk, [ca.1920]
1 digital image; b & w; 734 KB 1800 x 1200 jpeg
A man working at a desk with someone sitting across from him. This is possibly the inside of Atkinson’s Garage.
Location: 0630.04.119

Kinistino School, [ca.1920]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
Kinistino school from the side.
Location: 0630.04.120 & 121

Two Young Men, [ca.1920]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
Two young men standing on railway tracks, possible Lyle McPherson and Gilbert McKay.
Location: 0630.04.122

Three Young Women, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Three young women standing on railroad tracks with a water tower in the background.
Location: 0630.04.123 a & b

Two Young Ladies, [ca.1920]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 10.5 cm
Two young ladies standing on the railroad track, one is mostly hidden and peeking around the other.
Location: 0630.04.124 a & b

One Young Lady, [ca.1920]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
One young lady standing on the railway track, wearing a hat with a pom-pom.
Location: 0630.04.125

A Family Photo, 1923
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 11 cm
A family photograph that has one of the people cut out. Written on the back ‘”This was taken Sunday March 18th, 1923″.
Location: 0630.04.126

Lea Hodgson With the Ozmun Family, 1926
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 14.5 cm
Lea standing with the Ozmun family, the people are identified on the back. Sept. 1926 L-R Fern Ozmun, Mrs. Ozmun, Lois Ozmun, Lea Hodgson, Mr. Ozmun.
Location: 0630.04.127

A Group Outing, 1926
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A group of nine people gathered around two automobiles in a field.
Location: 0630.04.128 a & b

A Girl By a Tent, [ca. 1921]
1 photograph; b & w; 5 x 8 cm
A girl sitting on the ground by a tent.
Location: 0630.04.129

A Women Petting a Dog, [ca. 1921]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
A women and a boy sitting on the steps of a house. The women has her hair rag rolled and is petting a dog.
Location: 0630.04.130

A Woman Standing with a Collie, [ca. 1921]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
A standing with a collie by her feet.
Location: 0630.04.131

Kinistino School, [ca. 1923]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 13.5 cm
A postcard of the Kinistino School with students milling around the entrance, there are two grain elevators to the left of the school.
Location: 0630.04.132

Kinistino, Saskatchewan Aerial View, [ca. 1921]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 13.5 cm
A postcard of an aerial view of main street in Kinistino, Saskatchewan taken from the right side with many of the businesses visible from this angle.
Location: 0630.04.133

Kinistino, Saskatchewan Aerial View, [ca. 1921]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 13.5 cm
A postcard of an aerial view of main street in Kinistino, Saskatchewan. Half way down the street is the Marlowe Theatre and at the end of the street you can see the Kinistino Hotel.
Location: 0630.04.134

Catherine Ellis in a Fur Coat, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 3.5 x 9 cm
A young woman in a fur coat, photo labeled Kinistino and Catherine Ellis on the reverse side.
Location: 0630.04.135

Two Young Men About to Jump In The Water, [ca. 1926]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11.5
Two young men standing on the beams under a bridge about to jump in the water.
Location: 0630.04.136

English Bay, Vancouver, 1922
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 10.5 cm
A photo taken from a distance of English Bay in Vancouver.
Location: 0630.04.137 a & b

English Bay, Vancouver, 1922
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Another angle of English Bay in Vancouver taken from a distance. People are visible in the water and the crowd on the beach.
Location: 0630.04.138

Flag ship Tennessee, [ca. 1921]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
The flagship Tennessee from the US navy.
Location: 0630.04.139

Kinistino, Saskatchewan, [ca. 1921]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 10.5 cm
A view of Kinistino, photograph taken from the water tower by the river.
Location: 0630.04.140

Suspension Bridge, [ca. 1921]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 10.5 cm
A photo from the ground taken of a suspension bridge. Written on the back “This is the bridge from the side near the water.”
Location: 0630.04.141

A Farm at Kinistino, [ca. 1921]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A photo of a farmstead, the buildings are difficult to make out.
Location: 0630.04.142 a & b

Kinistino Swimming Hole, [ca. 1921]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10
A river with some people standing on the banks, the photo is blurry. On the back it is identified as the old swimming hole at Kinistino, Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.04.143 a

John Fulton Hodgson, [ca. 1923]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
John Fulton Hodgson standing on a waterbank.
Location: 0630.04.144

John Fulton Hodgson by A Large Tree, [ca. 1923]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
John Fulton Hodgson standing by a tree.
Location: 0630.04.145 a & b

A Young Lady, [ca. 1923]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
A young lady standing outside.
Location: 0630.04.146

A Young Lady Standing Outside, [ca. 1923]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A young lady standing outside with a wood pile behind her.
Location: 0630.04.147

Two Women Ready for a Trip, [ca. 1923]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Two women are dressed to leave, the older lady has a muff and stole and the younger one is carrying a suitcase.
Location: 0630.04.148

A Barn Style House Beside another Home, [ca. 1923]
1 negative; b & w; 1 MB 1800 x 1200 pixels jpeg
A barn style house viewed through a barbed-wire fence. There is also another house beside it.
Location: 0630.04.149

Hodgson Home in Kinistino, [ca. 1923]
1 negative; b & w; 6.5 x 12 cm
The Hodgson home in Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.04.150

John and Gertrude Hodgson, [ca. 1923]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
John Hodgson and his wife Gertrude standing outside their home in Kinistino, Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.04.151

John and Gertrude Hodgson, [ca. 1923]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
John Hodgson and his wife Gertrude.
Location: 0630.04.152 a & b

Kinistino Hotel, [ca. 1923]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Three young children standing on a sidewalk, behind them is the side of the Kinistino Hotel where you can make out half of the sign on top and some of the balconies.
Location: 0630.04.153

The Ozmun Family Picnic, [ca.1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6.5 cm
” Lea I thought you must remember servicing dad’s old McLaughlin Buick. This usual at the field lunch shows mother Claire, Claude Ozmun & I am pouring from the teakettle. Billie is on mother’s knee.” The caption is probably written by Fern Ozmun.
Location: 0630.04.154

Claire and Fern Ozmun, [ca.1923]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6.5 cm
Fern and Claire Ozmun sitting on the hood and roof of an automobile.
Location: 0630.04.155

A Picnic, [ca.1923]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A group of young people out for a picnic, one girl is turned to the camera and has her arm back to throw something.
Location: 0630.04.156

Claire Ozmun, 1926
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 15 cm
Claire Ozmun standing outside wearing her hat and coat, Easter 1926. “Lea’s first girlfriend”.
Location: 0630.04.157

Claire Ozmun, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 14 cm
Claire Ozmun with a flower in her hair standing outside in front of a lattice fence.
Location: 0630.04.158

Two Young Ladies, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 14 cm
Two young ladies facing each other holding hands.
Location: 0630.04.159

Edna Hodgson With Daughter Myra, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 14.5 cm
Edna Hodgson sitting on the grass with her daughter Myra.
Location: 0630.04.160

A Girl By a River, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 5 x 7 cm
A girl dressed in white standing on the banks of a river.
Location: 0630.04.161

A Girl In White Dress, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 7.5 x 12 cm
A girl standing in front of the steps of a home wearing a white dress.
Location: 0630.04.162

A Young Lady in a Polka-dot Dress, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 8.5 cm
A young lady in a hat and polka-dot dress leaning against a car. There are some vehicles behind her and a small child walking.
Location: 0630.04.163

Ole and Joan, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A women kneeling down beside a young girl, the back identifies them as Ole and Joan.
Location: 0630.04.164

Men at Fort La Corne, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; sepia; 4 x 6 cm
A group of six men standing by a small campfire, they have a pail hanging from a stick to possibly warm water. One of the men is laying in the distance reading on the ground. Captioned “Kinistino, Sask. River Fort La Corne”.
Location: 0630.04.166 a, b, c

Profile of a Young Man, [ca. 1926]
1 digital image; b & w; 550 KB 1200 x 1800 pixels jpeg
A profile of a young man probably a friend of Lea’s.
Location: 0630.04.167

Profile of a Young Man, [ca. 1926]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A profile of a young man probably a friend of Lea’s.
Location: 0630.04.168

Myra and Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 5.5 x 8 cm
Myra and her mom standing together.
Location: 0630.04.169

Myra, Edna and Another Couple, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 5.5 x 9 cm
Myra and her mom standing with an older couple, probably Edna’ parents.
Location: 0630.04.170

An Older Lady, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 5.5 x 9 cm
An older lady, possibly Edna (Lea) Hodgson’s mother.
Location: 0630.04.171

A Young Man, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 9 cm
A man in a suit and hat standing by a long row of houses, possibly in Prince Edward Island.
Location: 0630.04.172

Myra Hodgson, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; sepia; 6 x 8.5 cm
Myra Hodgson wearing a long coat.
Location: 0630.04.173

Myra & Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 9 cm
Captioned “Mother and I at the Blue Hills. I didn’t want to have my picture taken hence the ungainly position!” This was possibly in Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Location: 0630.04.174

Lea & Edna (Lea) Hodgson, 1927
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 14 cm
Lea with his mother Edna (Lea) Hodgson.
Location: 0630.04.175

Lea With Edna (Lea) Hodgson, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 14 cm
Lea standing with his mother Edna (Lea) Hodgson.
Location: 0630.04.176

Edna (Lea) Hodgson With Daughter Myra, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 9 cm
Edna Hodgson sitting with her daughter Myra.
Location: 0630.04.177

Edna (Lea) Hodgson Standing With Daughter Myra, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Myra standing with her mother Edna (Lea) Hodgson.
Location: 0630.04.178

Mac MacMillan Graduation Preparations, [ca. 1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 8 cm
Mac MacMillan getting his graduation gown for the ceremony.
Location: 0630.04.179

Mac MacMillan Graduation, [ca. 1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 9 cm
Myra’s husband Mac MacMillan graduating from University.
Location: 0630.04.180

Mac MacMillan on Graduation Day, [ca. 1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 8 cm
Mac MacMillan standing with three women in his graduation gown.
Location: 0630.04.181

MacMillan Family, [ca. 1930]
1 photograph; sepia; 8 x 14 cm
L-R Myra Hodgson, Mildred, Gladdys, Hugh and Mrs. MacMillan standing on a dock with ships on the water.
Location: 0630.04.182

Myra (Hodgson) MacMillan, [ca. 1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 9 cm
Captioned by Myra “Mac took this Sunday I really don’t look an awful lot like this. My eyes aren’t so funny.”
Location: 0630.04.183

Mac MacMillan, [ca. 1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 8.5 cm
Mac MacMillan standing holding his hat.
Location: 0630.04.185

Mac MacMillan, [ca. 1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 8.5 cm
Captioned by Myra “Mac often looks like this but it isn’t his nicest way. I’ll send you another later”.
Location: 0630.04.186

Edna (Lea) Hodgson, 1941
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 7.45 cm
Edna (Lea) Hodgson sitting on the steps of a house.
Location: 0630.04.187

Myra and Mac MacMillan, [ca. 1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 .5 x 14 cm
Myra and Mac on what looks like their wedding day.
Location: 0630.04.187

Laura and Lydia, [ca. 1926]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 cm
Laura and Lydia on the Cap. Suspension bridge.
Location: 0630.04.188

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Series 630.05 Hodgson’s Saw Mill. — [1930-1944]. — 3 cm of textual records. — 17 photographs.

The series consists of records relating to the lumber mill and some receipts. The records consist of one receipt to Edd Healy from Ole Negard (1930); an account book for lumber sales, many names listed in the book are familiar Hythe surnames, tucked inside is the “History and Method of Constructing B.C, Log Scale” (1936-1940); lumber account book that lists lumber sold from home (S18-73-11-W6), lumber sold from the B.C. mill and lumber sold from Sudnik’s, receipts from W.R. Salmers store and receipts for lumber for the Hythe Curling Club and miscellaneous receipts (1936-1941); accounts book (1939); letter to the County requesting payment for money owed for Southwell school and barn (1959); cash book (1940) with a signature and some writing on the inside cover by Edna Lea (1899); sale of the sawmill and timber, sale No. X32570, in British Columbia to James A. Elliott and James D. Gault (1943); receipt from Elliott & Gault (1944); Beaver Lumber receipt (1982). Title based on contents of the series.

Head-rig Sawmill, [ca.1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 14 cm
A picture of a head-rig sawmill that possibly the Hodgson’s were exploring to purchase for the mill. It is stamped on the back from Nichols Bros. 10103-95th, Edmonton, Alberta.
Location: 0630.05.01

Hodgson’s Sawmill on the Kiskatinaw River, [ca.1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
A long wooden building at the Hodgson’s Sawmill operation on the Kiskatinaw River, also referred to as the Cutbank.
Location: 0630.05.02 a & b

Buildings At Hodgson’s Sawmill, [ca.1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
Three wooden buildings at Hodgson’s Sawmill.
Location: 0630.05.03 a & b

Living Quarters At Hodgson’s Sawmill, [ca.1930]
1 negative; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Two small living quarters at Hodgson’s Sawmill, one has a clothesline with items hanging out to dry.
Location: 0630.05.04

More Living Quarters Hodgson’s Sawmill, [ca.1930]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Living quarters at Hodgson’s Sawmill.
Location: 0630.05.05

Sheds at Hodgson’s Sawmill, [ca.1930]
1 negative; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A row of sheds at Hodgson’s Sawmill site.
Location: 0630.05.06

Stack of Logs, [ca.1930]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A pile of logs that have been de-limbed and are ready for the sawmill.
Location: 0630.05.07

A Man Standing Behind a Team of Horses, [ca.1930]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A man standing behind a team of horses at Hodgson’s Sawmill.
Location: 0630.05.08

Tractor Pulling Logs, [ca.1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
A man driving a tractor pulling logs at Hodgson’s Sawmill. There is a second man sitting on the logs and various wooden buildings behind them.
Location: 0630.05.09

Sawmill Machine, [ca.1930]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
The Sawmill machine in action, the photo is blurry.
Location: 0630.05.10

A Man Standing By The Sawmill Machine, [ca.1930]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
A man standing at one end of the sawmill while another man is pushing some wood in.
Location: 0630.05.11

Lea Hodgson Working at the Mill, [ca.1930]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Lea Hodgson wearing goggles and pushing lumber into the mill.
Location: 0630.05.12

Building on Hodgson’s Sawmill Site, [ca.1935]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 8.5 cm
A wooden building possibly located on Hodgson’s sawmill site.
Location: 0630.05.13

Hodgson – Gaunt Hauling Truck, [ca.1935]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
A man (possibly Tom Gass) standing beside a truck with three horses in the back, painted on the side is Hodgson-Gaunt Hythe.
Location: 0630.05.14 a & b

Sophie Hodgson and Sister Kay Hudec, [ca.1937]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
Sophia and her sister Kay Hudec sitting on top of a large pile of planks at the Hodgson Sawmill on the Cutbank.
Location: 0630.05.15 a & b

Hodgson’s Mill Buildings, [ca.1950]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A man standing beside some old sheds.
Location: 0630.05.16

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Series 630.06 H.O.P. Lake / One Island Lake. — [ca. 1951-2002]. — 3 cm of textual records. — 3 photographs. — 10 maps.

The series consists of records about developing H.O.P. Lake which later was called One Island Lake. The records consist of communications between Lea and the Department of lands and Forests (1953-1964); list of applicants for leases at One Island Lake, W.J. Oakford, R.A. Pearson, J. Oakford, E. Steinbring, Jacob Gass, F.L. Hodgson, Dane Pannell, Sherman Yelland, Earl Smith, Oscar Stith, Olaf Severson, Henry Funk, Arne Larson, C.B. Woods, Ole Teigen (1955); Game and Fur Regulations booklet from the Fish and Game Commissioner (1955-56); news clippings of intention to apply to lease land from the Dawson Creek newspaper; correspondence about stocking the lake, developing a road, leases and surveying; news clipping titled “Hythe Men Find Hidden Lake” that tells the story of the H.O.P. Lake’s discovery and development (ca.1950); photographs; ten maps of areas around One Island lake.

A Trip to One Island, [ca. 1994]
1 photograph; b& w; 8.5 x 12 cm
A tractor and a wagon as well there is a man adding brush to a burning pile, with another man looking on. The H.O.P. lake wagon is also in the photo. This could be part of the road-building that took place by the Hythe families to access One Island Lake.
Location: 0630.06.01

The Greber Cabin at One Island lake, [ca. 1994]
1 photograph; colour; 10.5 x 30 cm
A winter scene of the Greber & Rick Hodgson cabins at One Island Lake on Lea Hodgson’s original lot.
Location: 0630.06.02

Greber Children Playing at One Island Lake, [ca. 1994]
1 photograph; colour; 4 x 6 in.
Lea Hosdgson’s great grandchildren playing on the dock and in the water at One Island Oake, B.C. L-R Chris and Michael Greber, unknown, Carter and Caitlin Greber with Matthew Greber in the water.
Location: 0630.06.03

Hodgson Siblings at One Island lake, 2002
1 digital image; colour; 20.1 MB, 2156 x 3267 pixels TIFF
L-R Bernie, Fern, Jim, Bill and Rick Hodgson at One Island Lake for a reunion.
Location: 0630.06.13

Index to Map Sheets of the National Topographical Series for British Columbia and Alberta, 1953
1 Map; 36 x 25 in.
A well-used topographical map of Alberta and British Columbia. There is some lines drawn in pen on the map.
Location: 0630.06.04

Index 4 British Columbia Departmental Reference Maps, 1955
1 Map; 56 x 56 cm
1955 map of British Columbia showing water features, roads, railways, place-names, existing surveys and applications for land.
Location: 0630.06.05

Dawson Creek West of the Sixth Meridian British Columbia, 1951
1 Map; 74 x 65 cm
1951 map of the Dawson Creek area compiled by the Topographical survey in 1949 from air photographs taken in 1945 by the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Location: 0630.06.06

Index of Petroleum and Natural Gas Permit Location Maps, 1951
1 Map; 60 x 40 cm
Index of Petroleum and Natural Gas Permit Location Maps.
Location: 0630.06.07

Interim Forest Cover Series, 1957
1 Map; 100 x 70 cm
A well-used map showing the timber, water and swamp with penciled in notes of places of interest to Lea.
Location: 0630.06.08

Aeronautical Map of Dawson Creek and Prince George Area, 1982
1 Map; 75 x 65 cm
A map showing the area around Dawson Creek, B.C.
Location: 0630.06.09

Map Showing the Kiskatinaw River, [ca. 1955]
1 Map; 36 x 48 in.
A map that shows Kelly Lake and the Kaskatinaw River.
Location: 0630.06.10

Map Of Puggins Mountain, [ca. 1955]
1 Map; 36 x 48 in.
A map that shows Kiskatinaw River, Murray River and other locations in the area.
Location: 0630.06.11

Map of Area By Tumbler Ridge, [ca. 1955]
1 Map; 24 x 36 in.
A map of the area around Gwilliam Lake.
Location: 0630.06.12

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Series 630.07 Edna Hodgson. — [ca. 1949-1970]. — 4 cm of textual records. — 36 photographs.

A scrapbook belonging to Edna Hodgson chronicling her early years.. Included in the scrapbook are photographs; news clippings; letters; report cards for grades 1, 3, 7, 8 and 11; Pianoforte grade V certificate (1956); letter from Mrs. Alice Chelick informing Edna that she is the recepient of the Twentieth Anniversary Catholic Women’s League Diocesan Scholarship of $200.00 (1958); program from County of Grande Prairie High School including graduates names from Beaverlodge, Hythe, Saskatoon Lake and Sexsmith (1961); Grade 9 Hythe class photo with signatures on the back; 1959 Hythe High School graduation program; news clippings of weddings, graduations, events; and wedding invitations for Joyce Marie to Jack Guise, Hilda Enns to Herman Penner, Myrna Joyce Borgstrom to Dale Wayne Fankhanel, Henrietta Faye Bolt to Aubrey Greber, Heather Elizabeth Cowell to Paul Anthony Gass, Gail Annabelle O’Rourke to Edward Stanley Kaczkielo, Ellenor Marie Greber to Bryce Eugene Robinson, Elizabeth Rose Oakford to James Lea Hodgson; four year books, three from Hythe (1958-1959], [1961], [1963], one year book from St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Grande Prairie [1961].

Alma Rude, [1958]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 14.5 cm
Alma Rude dressed up and holding a camera.
Location: 0630.07.01

Pat Milliken, [ca. 1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 6 cm
A group of kids sitting at a table drinking Coca Colas.
Location: 0630.07.02

Hythe High School Girls Basketball Team, 1958
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 12 cm
Back Row L-R Karen Bordan, Gloria Sudnik, Regine Harpe, Coach Mrs. Dickson, Lil Wengynowski, Edna Hodgson, Janet Swanston, Jean Oakford, Ramona Brandseter, Helen Semenchuk, Eleanor Moodie, Karen Johnson, Capt. Betty Oakford, Sheila Severson.
Location: 0630.07.03

Karen Stith, 1958
1 photograph; b & w; 13 x 8 cm
Cheerleader Karen Stith in uniform.
Location: 0630.07.04

Edna Hodgson Carnival Queen, 1958
1 photograph; b & w; 18.5 x 12 cm
Edna Hodgson being crowned Carnival Queen with attendees Laverne Ray and Dorothy Jenson.
Location: 0630.07.05

Play Called “Butch”, 1959
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 8 cm
A performance of a play in Hythe with actresses Lorraine Reid played Mother, Ferne Coleman played Petunia, Roberta Swanston played Katherine and Edna Hodgson who played Butch & Annabelle in the play named “Butch”, March 20, 1959.
Location: 0630.07.06

Allan Greber & Edna Hodgson in “Butch” the Play, 1959
1 photograph; b & w; 7.5 x 8 cm
Another scene in the play with Allan Greber and Edna Hodgson on stage.
Location: 0630.07.07

Play Night “Butch”, 1959
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 8.5 cm
Jean Oakford is in character on stage at the Hythe play.
Location: 0630.07.08

Hythe Play “Our Dream House”, 1959
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 8.5 cm
Hekena Prytluck, Chris Livingstone and Jim Borden acting on the stage in Hythe.
Location: 0630.07.09

John Jay Hebert, 1962
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 10 cm
A baby photo of John Jay Hebert son of Pat and Paul Hebert.
Location: 0630.07.10

St. Joseph’s G.P. Basketball Team, 1960
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 8 cm
Grande Prairie St. Joseph’s basketball team 1959-1960. “Champs” Edna Hodgson is kneeling in the front the fourth girl from the left.
Location: 0630.07.11

Edna Hodgson Dressed Up, 1960
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 11.5
Edna Hodgson dressed up for a graduation.
Location: 0630.07.12

Graduating Class, 1960
1 photograph; colour; 9 x 12.5 cm
A class of students all dressed up.
Location: 0630.07.13

Girls Dressed Up in Costume, 1959
3 9 x 9 cm; b & w; 8 x 8 cm
A series of three pictures of two girls dressed up in various costumes.
Location: 0630.07.16-18

St. Joseph’s Academy Summer School, [ca. 1954]
1 photograph; b & w; 5 x 7 in.
A group of children who attended summer school assembled on the steps of the St. Joseph’s Academy in Grande Prairie. Also pictured are the nuns Sisters of the Holy Cross and priests who ran the summer school. Edna Hodgson is kneeling in the front on the far right. Photograph taken by Art Craft Studio, Grande Prairie
Location: 0630.07.19

Andrew Kaczkielo, 1959
6 photograph; b & w; 4 x 5 cm
Pictures of Andrew Kaczkielo by himself, kneeling by the water with a friend and another photograph with Edna Hodgson.
Location: 0630.07.28-.33

Allan Greber With Friends, 1959
1 photograph; colour; 9 x 9 cm
Allan Greber sitting with friends inside a home.
Location: 0630.07.34

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Series 630.08 Hodgson Family Photographs. — [ca. 1920-1980]. — 170 photographs.

The series consists of photographs of the Hodgson family, friends and unidentified people. The photographs are of Lea in Alberta as well as his wife Sophia and their children, Hythe carnival, parades and friends from the area.

At The Pine, [ca.1922]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Lea Hodgson driving a team of horses pulling a wagon over some rough county. Captioned “At the Pine.”
Location: 0630.08.001 a & b

Lea Hodgson’s Team of Horses, [ca.1922]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Lea Hodgson’s team of horses working their way up a steep hill, there is a bend in the river in the background. Captioned “Peace River”.
Location: 0630.08.002 a & b

Lea Hodgson & His Team of Horses, [ca.1922]
1 digital; b & w; 1200 x 1800 pixels , 1.03 MB jpeg
Lea Hodgson driving his horses through heavy brush.
Location: 0630.08.003

Grayling Fish, 1923
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A Grayling fish on a hook by Lea Hodgson caught near Hythe, Alberta. Captioned “Peace River Alta (Hythe 1923) near farm, good fishing, graylyn.”
Location: 0630.08.004 a & b

Fulton Lea Hodgson’s Homestead, 1923
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Looking out on the land of Fulton Lea Hodgson located SW-9-73-11-W6, Hythe, Alta.
Location: 0630.08.005

A Baby Moose By an Old Post Office, 1923
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Two pictures of a little girl standing in the doorway of a house and a baby moose is in front of her as she pets it. In one of the photos a Post Office sign over the door of the building she is standing in front of.
Location: 0630.08.006 a & b, c

John Fulton Hodgson’s Home on his Homestead, 1923
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
A young girl standing in front of the Hodgson’s log home near Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.007

John Fulton Hodgson With A Horse, 1923
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 11.5 cm
John Fulton Hodgson standing with a horse, holding the reins.
Location: 0630.08.008

A Boy Standing at Attention, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
A boy standing next to a house practicing soldiering.
Location: 0630.08.009

Three People Relaxing at a Rocky beach, [ca. 1925]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 11 cm
Three people sitting on rocks on what could be a beach area.
Location: 0630.08.010

Lea Hodgson on Skates, [ca.1925]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A Young Lea Hodgson wearing a striped hockey sweater, socks and skates. He is on an outdoor lake with a fence and field behind him. Captioned “Skating Rink some glass Eh!”
Location: 0630.08.011

Peace River, 1927
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
“Peace River somewhere”.
Location: 0630.08.012

A Wooden Grainery, [ca.1927]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A wooden grainery by a river, possibly along the Peace River.
Location: 0630.08.013

Lea Hodgson Paddling A Canoe, 1930
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Lea Hodgson paddling a canoe, he wrote on the back “yours truly in a real Indian canoe made out of a poplar tree Indians used it for fishing. The place is the mouth of the Moberly River where I came out of the Moberly Lake. This lake is the prettiest I’ve ever seen in the West”.
Location: 0630.08.014 a & b

Jack Spangler Holding a Fish, 1930
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Lea Hodgson wrote on the back ” Moberly Lake/1930 My side kick (Jack Spangler) on the trip. We didn’t take razors with us as you well notice.Theres lots of different kinds of fish in the lake. We caught this one in less than 10 minutes. We didn’t try for more. We were the only crowd at this lake.”
Location: 0630.08.015 a & b

Valhalla Sports Day, [ca.1925]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A large crowd watching an outdoor girls game of basketball at Valhalla.
Location: 0630.08.016

Girls Basketball Game, [ca.1925]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.35 x 11 cm
Girls fighting for the ball at an outdoor basketball game in Valhalla.
Location: 0630.08.017

Horseback Rider at Valhalla Sports Event, [ca.1925]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
A man on horseback with the crowd in the distance at Valhalla sports days.
Location: 0630.08.018 a & b

Bill and Dora Tanchuk, [ca.1927]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 11 cm
Bill and Dora Tanchuk sitting in chairs on their front step. Their son is sitting at their feet holding their dog and a cat.
Location: 0630.08.019

Vera and Gertrude Hodgson, [ca.1935]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Vera and Gertrude Hodgson in front of their store in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
Location: 0630.08.020

Vera Hodgson, [ca.1935]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Vera Hodgson standing outside beside the Hodgson house in Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.021

Gertrude Hodgson’s Store in Prince Albert, [ca.1935]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
The store that Gertrude Hodgson’s owned and lived in with daughter Vera after leaving Hythe, Alberta. Captioned “The window with the X is our bedroom the rest is the store you can’t see the kitchen.”
Location: 0630.08.022

Vera and Gertrude Hodgson With a Couple, [ca.1935]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 15.5 cm
L-R Vera, unknown couple (possibly Vera’s grandparents) and Gertrude at the end.
Location: 0630.08.023

Lea and Sophie Hodgson, [ca.1937]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Sophie and Lea Hodgson possibly on their wedding day.
Location: 0630.08.024

Sophie (Gass) Hodgson, [ca.1937]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
Sophie (Gass) Hodgson possibly on her wedding day.
Location: 0630.08.025 a & b

Salmer’s Store Hythe, [ca.1937]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13
A vehicle parked in front of Salmer’s Store in old town Hythe, Alberta.
Location: 0630.08.026

A Man Holding His Hat, [ca.1937]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 9 cm
A man standing by a river holding his hat.
Location: 0630.08.027

A Man Standing By a River, [ca.1937]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 9 cm
An unidentified man standing by a river.
Location: 0630.08.028

A baby in a Crib, [ca.1938]
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 14.5 cm
A baby laying on a pillow in a crib outside.
Location: 0630.08.029

Jim Hodgson, [ca.1938]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
Baby Jim Hodgson.
Location: 0630.08.030

Sophia and a Baby, [ca.1938]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Sophia Hodgson holding a baby (Jim?) standing in a doorway.
Location: 0630.08.034 a & b

Sophia Holding Jim Hodgson, [ca.1940]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
Sophia with young Jim Hodgson are sitting on a blanket with their home in the background. The diamond shaped window is behind them.
Location: 0630.08.035

Lea Hodgson With Son Jim, [ca.1940]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Lea wearing a bow-tie, kneeling on the ground with son Jim. They are outside with the family home located near Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.036

Jim Hodgson, [ca.1940]
5 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A series of photographs of John Hodgson as a toddler.
Location: 0630.08.037-.041

Fern & Jim Hodgson, [ca.1941]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Fern in a carriage and brother Jim Hodgson standing beside her, outside the family home in Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.044 a & b

Fern & Jim Hodgson, [ca.1941]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Jim reaching inside the baby carriage where his sister Fern is happily sitting, they are outside their family home in Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.045

Fern & Jim Hodgson Standing Outside, [ca.1943]
2 negatives; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Fern & Jim Hodgson standing outside, Fern is wearing a cute bonnet with a bow and Jim has a toque.
Location: 0630.08.046-.047

Fern in a Sleigh, [ca.1943]
2 negative; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Fern is sitting in a basket that is fastened to the sleigh and Jim is pulling her around their yard in Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.048-.049

Lea Hodgson Taking Fern and Jim Skating, [ca.1944]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Lea is taking his children Fern and Jim out for a skate near their home. Jim and Lea are on skates and Lea is holding Fern’s hand, and in the distance are the Hythe grain elevators.
Location: 0630.08.050-.051

Jim Hodgson Learning to Skate, [ca.1944]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Jim learning to skate on a patch of ice near the family home in Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.052

Jim and Fern Outside, [ca.1944]
2 negatives; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Jim and Fern Hodgson standing outside by a tree.
Location: 0630.08.053-.054

The Lea Hodgson Family, [ca.1943]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
The Hodgson family, Sophie holding newborn Edna, Jim, and Lea holding Fern.
Location: 0630.08.055

Jim & Fern Hodgson Standing By Their House, [ca.1943]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x 11 cm
Jim and Fern standing outside.
Location: 0630.08.056

Jim & Fern Hodgson Dressed Up, [ca.1943]
1 negative; b & w; 5.5 x 8 cm
Fern dressed in a striped outfit and Jim is wearing a suite, their house is behind them.
Location: 0630.08.057

Three Young Children In a Doorway, [ca.1943]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 9 cm
Three young children standing in a doorway. The young girl is possibly Fern Hodgson.
Location: 0630.08.058

Fern Hodgson Playing With Wood, [ca.1943]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Fern is making something out of pieces of wood outside. The wash basin is hanging from the corner of the house and a wooden shed is in the yard.
Location: 0630.08.059 a & b

Fern Hodgson Gathering Eggs, [ca.1943]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Fern Hodgson is holding two eggs that she gathered.
Location: 0630.08.060

A Baby On A Blanket, [ca.1943]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A baby wearing a bonnet sitting outside on a blanket, possible Edna Hodgson.
Location: 0630.08.061

Edna Hodgson, [ca.1945]
2 negatives; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Edna Hodgson standing outside by some bushes.
Location: 0630.08.062-.063

Edna & Fern Hodgson, [ca.1945]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Edna and Fern Hodgson out in their yard.
Location: 0630.08.064 a & b

Baby on a Blanket, [ca.1944]
4 negatives; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Four pictures of a baby sitting outside, probably one of the Hodgson children.
Location: 0630.08.066-.069

Jim Hodgson, [ca.1944]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Jim Hodgson standing with a hand in his pocket in their yard, spotted in the distance are the Hythe grain elevators.
Location: 0630.08.070

Three Children, [ca.1944]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Two young girls helping a toddler around outdoors.
Location: 0630.08.071

A Soldier, [ca.1944]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 cm
An unidentified WWII soldier, probably with the air force.
Location: 0630.08.072

Ronald Matt, 1943
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 15 cm
A boy sitting on a stool behind a car with Saskatchewan licence plates. The photo is captioned “Ronald Matt at 1 1/2 years Spring 1943”.
Location: 0630.08.073

Edna & Bill Hodgson, [ca. 1944]
1 digital image; b & w; 842 KG 1200 x 1800 pixels jpeg
Edna with her arm around her younger brother Bill in their yard.
Location: 0630.08.075

Edna Hodgson With a Friend, [ca. 1944]
1 photograph; b & w; 7.5 x 7.5 cm
Edna Hodgson holding hands with a young boy.
Location: 0630.08.079

Three Children in the Snow, [ca. 1944]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Two kids sitting on top of a snow hill with another standing beside the hill. The children are not dressed for the elements.
Location: 0630.08.081

Young Boy on a Wooden Horse, [ca. 1945]
2 photograph; b & w; 9 x 14.5 cm
A young boy seated on a wooden horse. The young boy is wearing a cowboy hat and then a top hat.
Location: 0630.08.082 a & b – .083 a & b

Three Children Playing in the Snow, [ca. 1945]
1 digital image; b & w; 1 MB 1800 x 1200 pixels jpeg
Three children playing in the snow, possibly the oldest Hodgson children Jim, Fern and Edna.
Location: 0630.08.084

A Young Boy Playing in a Yard, [ca. 1945]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
A young boy playing in a yard on an overturned boat.
Location: 0630.08.085

Jim Hodgson Sitting With Brother Bill, [ca. 1946]
1 digital image; b & w; 1.19 MB 1200 x 18oo Pixels jpeg
Jim Hodgson sitting with his brother Bill who is on the move. They are sitting on the grass in their yard in Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.086

Hodgson Family Picnic, [ca. 1946]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
The Hodgson family out for a picnic. L-R Jim, ?, Edna, Fern, Bill, Lea and Sophie.
Location: 0630.08.087

Edna & Fern Hodgson, [ca. 1946]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Edna and Fern Hodgson standing in the yard at their home in Hythe.
Location: 0630.08.088

The Hodgson Children, [ca. 1946]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
The Hodgson children sitting in front of their barn-style home. L-R Fern, Edna, Bill and Jim.
Location: 0630.08.089

Bill Hodgson With a Bow & Arrow, [ca. 1946]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Bill Hodgson practicing with his bow.
Location: 0630.08.090

Edna & Jim Hodgson, [ca. 1946]
1 negative; b &w; 7 x 11 cm
Edna and Jim Hodgson, standing outside by some flowers and smiling happily for the camera.
Location: 0630.08.091

A Man With Three Young Children, [ca. 1950]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
A man standing in a yard with three kids all bundled up in their snowsuits.
Location: 0630.08.092

Edna, Fern & Bill Hodgson, [ca. 1950)
1 digital image; b & w;
Edna, Fern and Bill out by a lake.
Location: 0630.08.093

Bill Hodgson Holding a Balloon, [ca. 1950]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Bill Hodgson holding a balloon, in the distance you can see the Hythe arena.
Location: 0630.08.094

The Slave Lake Mission, [ca. 1950]
3 photographs; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Three photographs of the Slave Lake Mission.
Location: 0630.08.095-.097

A Hodgson Boy, [ca. 1950]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Two photographs of a young Hodgson boy.
Location: 0630.08.098-.099

Edna & Bill Hodgson, [ca. 1950]
1 digital image; b & w; 1 MB 1200 x 1800 pixels jpeg
Edna and Bill Hodgson standing in front of their vehicle on a steel bridge.
Location: 0630.08.100

Hodgson Family on a Bridge, [ca. 1950]
1 digital image; b & w; 956 KB 1800 x 1200 pixels jpeg
The Hodgson family posing by their car on a bridge. L-R Jim, Sophie with her hads on Bill, Edna & Fern.
Location: 0630.08.101

Edna Hodgson Reading, [ca. 1955]
1 digital image; b & w; 752 Kb 1800 x 1200 pixels jpeg
Edna Hodgson standing outside reading a book by a tree. The Hodgson home and car are in the yard behind her.
Location: 0630.08.102

Hodgson Children in the Lumber Yard, [ca. 1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 10 cm
Seven children on the steps, the photo is captioned “4 oldest Hodgson kids & ?, on Lumber Yard steps”.
Location: 0630.08.104

Robert on a Horse, [ca. 1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 9 cm
Robert on a horse, captioned “Robt. 7 years old taken on (2? Of May). He got the pony when he was 6”.
Location: 0630.08.105

A Boy and a Girl By a Tree, [ca. 1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 9 cm
Young siblings standing by a tree, probably relatives of the Hodgson family.
Location: 0630.08.106

Mac MacMillan with a Child, [ca. 1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 10 cm
Mac MacMillan shoveling snow with one of his children.
Location: 0630.08.107

Gertrude With Her Sister, [ca. 1945]
1 photograph; b & w; 7.5 x 11 cm
Gertrude and her sister standing with Vera and her sister’s daughter.
Location: 0630.08.109

Gertrude and Vera Hodgson With A Couple, [ca. 1945]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Vera and Gertrude Hodgson standing with another couple, probably Gertrude parents Mr. & Mrs. Taylor.
Location: 0630.08.110

Gertrude Hodgson’s Family, [ca. 1955]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Gertude Hodgson’s family. Captioned “This is our whole family taken fall 1955. L-R Colin & Vera Smith, Gertrude Hodgson, ? ”
Location: 0630.08.111

Gertrude Hodgson, [ca. 1952]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Gertrude Hodgson standing outside wearing a hat with a veil.
Location: 0630.08.112a & b

Lea Hodgson Working in his Garden, [ca. 1950]
1 digital image; b & w; 919 KB 1200 x 1800 pixels jpeg
Lea Hodgson planting his garden in his yard by Hythe. In the background are the Hythe grain elevators and the Hythe arena.
Location: 0630.08.113

Hythe Parade, [ca. 1955]
9 negatives; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
A series of photographs from the Hythe parade including Oakford’s Ltd. & Hythe Fire Department float.
Location: 0630.08.114 – .122

Unger’s Transfer in the Grande Prairie Parade, [ca. 1955]
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 14.5
Unger’s Transfer’s float in the Grande Prairie Parade.
Location: 0630.08.123

Providence Hospital in Fort St. John, [ca. 1955]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
The front of Providence Hospital in Fort St. John, B.C.
Location: 0630.08.124

The Kinderwater Kids, [ca. 1954]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 13 cm
A girl pulling a Red Flyer wagon with three younger children inside. Captioned “The Kinderwater kids in Hythe.”
Location: 0630.08.127

Agnes & Paul Kinderwater, [ca. 1954]
1 photograph; b & w; 8.5 x 13 cm
The four children are standing together outside, there is the corner of a wooden building beside them and two gentlemen talking a little further behind them. They are at the Red Willow Camp churchyard at Rio Grande. Agnes and Paul Kinderwater also written on the back is Billie, Shirley, Janet, Cookie and Joe.
Location: 0630.08.128 – .129

Bill Hodgson With a Kinderwater Girl, [ca. 1954]
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 13 cm
Bill Hodgson at his first communion standing with one of the Kinderwater girls at Rio Grande Summer Camp.
Location: 0630.08.130

Bill Hodgson Practising Being Goalie, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
Bill Hodgson in “goalie” position out in the snow. The Hythe grain elevators are in the background.
Location: 0630.08.133

Edna Hodgson By A Lake, [ca. 1955)
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11cm
Edna standing in front of a lake.
Location: 0630.08.134

Hythe School Class, [ca. 1952]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 8 cm
Fourteen boys in a class, possibly grade 2 at Hythe School. Jim Hodgson is in the front row on the right.
Location: 0630.08.135

Girls in Hythe School Class, [ca. 1952]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 8 cm
Fourteen girls in a class at the Hythe school.
Location: 0630.08.136

The Dawson Hotel, [ca. 1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
A couple standing outside the Dawson Hotel, the photographer is standing too far away to make out who is in the picture.
Location: 0630.08.137

Hodgson Family Picture, [ca. 1952]
1 digital image; b & w; 849 KB 1200 x 1800 pixel jpeg
Some of the Hodgson family standing on the steps of a house. Back row L-R Gertrude, Vera, Lea & Jim Front Row – Fern, Edna & Bill.
Location: 0630.08.138

Gertrude and Vera Hodgson, [ca. 1946]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11.5 cm
Gertrude standing with Vera Hodgson.
Location: 0630.08.139

Edna Lea With a Hodgson Boy, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Edna (Lea) Hodgson on a visit to her son and his family in Hythe. She is sitting on the grass with one of the Hodgson boys sitting with her and holding a toy bow and arrow.
Location: 0630.08.140

Edna Lea With Suitcases, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Edna (Lea) Hodgson on a visit to her son and his family in Hythe. She is sitting on the grass by the house and one of the Hodgson boys sitting with her and holding a toy bow and arrow.
Location: 0630.08.141

Edna Lea With Three Hodgson Children, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Edna (Lea) Hodgson with Fern, Edna & Bill Hodgson.
Location: 0630.08.142

Edna Lea With Edna & Bill Hodgson, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11
Edna (Lea) Hodgson standing with Edna & Bill Hodgson.
Location: 0630.08.143

Fern & Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Fern and Edna standing outside in the snow.
Location: 0630.08.144

Small School Photos, [ca. 1952]
5 photograph; b & w, colour; 4 x 6 cm
Some small school photographs of Jim & Bill Hodgson, a headshot of Jim in his boy scouts uniform and a school picture of an unknown boy.
Location: 0630.08.145-.149

Lea Hodgson Fishing, [ca. 1952]
1 photograph; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
Lea Hodgson can be spotted through the trees, he is standing on a tree that has fallen into the water.
Location: 0630.08.150

Lea Hodgson With a Fishing Rod, [ca. 1952]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
Lea Hodgson standing on a fallen tree fishing.
Location: 0630.08.151

Bill & Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1952]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
Bill and Edna are by a river bank and Lea is behind them fishing.
Location: 0630.08.152

Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x6 cm
Edna Hodgson standing with a river behind her.
Location: 0630.08.153

Bill Hodgson, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
Bill Hodgson standing with a river behind him.
Location: 0630.08.154

Bill Hodgson With a Fish, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Bill Hodgson proudly displaying a fish he caught.
Location: 0630.08.156

Rick Hodgson on a Tricycle, 1944
1 digital image; b & w; 885 KB 1800 x 12 00 Pixels jpeg
Rick Hodgson on his tricycle, beside him is an outdoor kitchen set, and hidden behind him is a little girl.
Location: 0630.08.156

Lea Hodgson With a Fish, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Lea Hodgson standing in front of his vehicle, displaying a fish he caught.
Location: 0630.08.157

Hodgson, Hawkesworth & Gault Trip, [ca. 1945]
1 photograph; b & w; 10 x 13 cm
L-R Lea & Sophie Hodgson, Aubrey & Dessie Hawkesworth and Fern Gault at the bridge at Taylor Flats, B.C.
Location: 0630.08.162

Sharron Reid, Anna Hajak, Marlene Bliss & Claudette Landreville, [ca. 1948]
2 digital images; b & w; various sizes
Sharron Reid, Anna Hajak, Marlene Bliss & Claudette Landreville ready for the Hythe Carnival.
Location: 0630.08.163a&b

Sharron Reid & Anna Hajak, [ca. 1948]
2 various; b & w; various sizes
Sharron and Anna dressed in costumes for the Hythe Carnival.
Location: 0630.08.164a&b

Hythe Carnival, [ca. 1948]
1 photograph; b & w; 8 x 13 cm
A formation of skaters in the Hythe Carnival.
Location: 0630.08.165

Hythe Figure Skaters, [ca. 1950]
1 positive film; colour; 3 x 3 cm
Four skaters in a row at the outdoor rink at the Hythe Carnival, probably Anna Hajak, Sharron Reid, Claudette Landreville and Marlene Bliss.
Location: 0630.08.166

Hythe Hockey Players, [ca. 1950]
1 positive film; colour; 3 x 3 cm
Hythe hockey players gathered around a young stick boy at the outdoor rink with some audience seated in the distance. The hockey players are identified as L-R George Adams, Bud Light, Jim Carmichael, Bobby Pearson, Eldon Shail and Jack Oakford.
Location: 0630.08.167

Taylor Flats Bridge, [ca. 1945]
5 photograph & digital images; b & w; 9 x 14 cm
A series of photographs taken at the Taylor Flats bridge.
Location: 0630.08.168-.171

A Ferry, [ca. 1945]
3 negatives; b & w; 7 x 12 cm
Three photographs of a ferry, two of the ferry at a distance and one with the ferry coming closer. The ferry is transporting a bulldozer.
Location: 0630.08.172-.174

The Kiskatinaw Bridge, [ca. 1945]
3 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Three photographs of the Kiskatinaw Bridge, it appears to be newly constructed. One photograph is captioned “Grandma Gass”.
Location: 0630.08.175-.177

Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1952]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
Edna Hodgson standing by a spruce tree in their yard in Hythe, behind her you can see the top of the Hythe grain elevator as well the Hythe arena
Location: 0630.08.178

Bill Hodgson Wearing His Hockey Uniform, [ca. 1952]
2 negatives; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
Bill Hodgson heading out to s hockey game in his hockey gear.
Location: 0630.08.179-.180

Fern, Lea and Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1956]
1 photograph; b & w; 9 x 14 cm
Fern Lea and Edna Hodgson standing outside to pose for a photo.
Location: 0630.08.181

Hythe School Picture, [ca. 1956]
1 photograph; b & w; 23.5 x 18 cm
A class of students at Hythe Junior High. Jim Hodgson is in the front row 2nd in from the right.
Location: 0630.08.182

Hythe School Picture, [ca. 1956]
1 photograph; b & w; 13.5 x 24 cm
All of Hythe school gathered outside for a group picture. Photo stamped: Art Craft, Grande Prairie, Alta.
Location: 0630.08.183

Jim Hodgson in His Hockey Uniform, [ca. 1956]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
Jim Hodgson ready to head to hockey practice or a game.
Location: 0630.08.184

Fern & Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1956]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Fern and Edna Hodgson standing by a waterfall.
Location: 0630.08.185 a & b

Summer Camp, [ca. 1956]
13 negative; b & w; 7 x 4 cm
Thirteen photographs of boys at a summer camp, this could be at Rio Grande. There is photos of tents, a nun and boys playing. There are alsdo photos of people swimming and some unidentified girls.
Location: 0630.08.186-.198

Service Award Dinner, [ca. 1956]
1 photograph; b & w; 24.5 x 20 cm
A large group pf people gathered for a photo in celebration of their years of service. Captioned- 10-15-20 Year Service Award Dinner – January 24, 1956 Seated L-R: R.S. Drever – Leduc. H.P. Schlitt – Camrose. Miss Gwen McEachern – Edmonton. W.G. Badgero – Lethbridge. H. A. Heald – Edmonton. C. E. Ayre – Edmonton. E. W. Stacey – Edmonton. F.J.H. Wilson – Grande Prairie. F. R. Berry – Hay Lakes. H.S. Holliday – Taber. Miss Mary Bilawchuk – Grande Prairie. T.M. Brewer – Kingman. Standing – L-R: Joe Quattrocchi – Edmonton. John Hrushka – Westlock. Gordon Mayhew – Bawlf. Nicolas Ehlinger – Grande Prairie. S.H. R. Willis – Bow Island. F.L. Hodgson – Hythe. O.M. Hansen – Grimshaw. R.H. Thompson – Spirit River. E.E. Querengesser – Edmonton. F.A. Parker – Barrhead. W.B. Latimer – Provost. Bernard Remple – Grande Prairie. Milton Bignell – Warner. Fred Fox – Peace River. Ross Ewing – Mannville.
Location: 0630.08.199

Cables Over a River, [ca. 1956]
4 photograph; b & w; 8 x 12 cm
Cables and white and red towers over a waterway. There is also a picture of a ferry.
Location: 0630.08.200-.203

Lea With a Father and Child, [ca. 1956]
1 photograph; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Lea standing with a man holding a baby at the base of the Taylor Flats bridge in British Columbia.
Location: 0630.08.204 a & b

Baby Rick Hodgson, [ca. 1956]
5 negatives; b & W; 7 x 11 cm
A series of photographs of Rick Hodgson as a baby.
Location: 0630.08.205-.210

Edna Hodgson, [ca. 1957]
1 negative; b & w; 7 x 11 cm
Edna Hodgson standing with her hands in her pocket.
Location: 0630.08.211

Baby Rick Hodgson, [ca. 1957]
2 negatives; b & w; 7 x 4.5 cm
A young girl holding Rick Hodgson sitting on the back of a car.
Location: 0630.08.214-.215

Jim Hodgson wearing a Hythe Mustangs Jersey, [ca. 1957]
1 photograph; b & w; 6.5 x 9 cm
Jim Hodgson wearing a Hythe Mustangs jersey.
Location: 0630.08.216

Jim Hodgson Holding Brother Rick, [ca. 1957]
5 negatives; b & w; 4.5 x 6.5 cm
Jim and Rick Hodgson outside in the back yard, with their barn-style house behind them.
Location: 0630.08.218-.221

Rick Hodgson, [ca. 1957]
2 photograph; b & w; 10 x 7 cm
Rick Hodgson wearing a much-too-large dinner jacket.
Location: 0630.08.226 – .227

Rick Hodgson Playing Outside, [ca. 1957]
3 photograph; b & w; 10 x 7 cm
Rick Hodgson playing outside with young friends possibly the Schwemler kids.
Location: 0630.08.228-.230

Rick Hodgson With Sister Bernadette, [ca. 1958]
5 digital images; b & w; 870 KB 1200 x 1800 pixels jpeg
Rick Hodgson sitting on the couch with his sister Bernadette (Bernie).
Location: 0630.08.231-.235

A Young Lad Holding a Gun, [ca. 1958]
1 photograph; b & w; 7.5 x 13 cm
A toddler holding a gun and three men (one is Lea Hodgson) and Bill Hodgson are watching.
Location: 0630.08.236

Fern & Edna With Friends, [ca. 1958]
1 digital image; b & w; 826 KB 1800 x 1200 pixels jpeg
Fern and Edna standing with three others on the hill behind their home. The wagon used for H.O.P. Lake trips is also by the house.
Location: 0630.08.242

Rick Hodgson Wearing a Snowsuit, [ca. 1958]
2 negatives; b & w; 1.22 MB 1200 x 1800 pixels jpeg
Rick Hodgson standing on the doorstep all ready to play in the snow.
Location: 0630.08.244-.245

Rick Hodgson Playing in the Snow, [ca. 1958]
9 negatives & photographs; b & w; 7.5 x 4.5 cm
A series of photographs of Rick Hodgson playing in the snow. Some of the photographs show the Hythe skating arena in the background. One of the photographs has his mother Sophie in it.
Location: 0630.08.246-.254

Rick Hodgson and the Schwemler Kids, [ca. 1958]
6 photographs; b & w; 7.5 x 11.5 cm
Rick playing in the snow with the Schwemler children, a young boy and girl. The Schwemler children are wearing sunglasses.
Location: 0630.08.255-.260

Hythe Basketball Team, [ca. 1958]
1 photograph; b & w; 12 x 8 xm
The Hythe basketball team Back row L-R Bobby O., Ronnie Semenchuk, Mr. McEachren coach, Freddie McKenzie, Olaf Roset Front row Billy Hodgson, Dale Forbes, Richard Harpe captain, Tommy Teulon, Earl Maynes.
Location: 0630.08.262

Fern Hodgson Playing Ball, [ca. 1958]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
Fern Hodgson wearing a ball-glove and about to throw a ball.
Location: 0630.08.264

Jim Hodgson Batting, [ca. 1958]
1 negative; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
Jim Hodgson practicing batting.
Location: 0630.08.265

Glenn Oakford Taking a Picture, [ca. 1958]
1 photograph; b & w; 12 x 8 cm
Glenn Oakford taking a photograph.
Location: 0630.08.266

Jim Hodgson Taking a Picture, [ca. 1958]
1 digital image; b & w; 881 KB 1200 x 1800 pixels jpeg
Jim Hodgson taking a photograph.
Location: 0630.08.267

Hythe School Boys Dress Up, [ca. 1958]
10 negatives; b & w; 7 x 4.5 cm
A collection of photographs of Hythe boys dressed up in women’s clothing. They also hit the football field while dressed up.
Location: 0630.08.275-.284

Hythe Girls School Dress Up, [ca. 1958]
1 photograph; b & w; 7.5 x 8 cm
A group pf Hythe school girls dressed with their shirts on backwards.
Location: 0630.08.285a & b

Hythe Girls School Holding Dolls, [ca. 1958]
4 negatives; b & w; 5 x 6 cm
Hythe school girls holding dolls possibly for spirit week at school.
Location: 0630.08.286-.290

Hythe Carnival Queen, [ca. 1958]
2 photograph; b & w; 7.5 x 7.5 cm
Two photographs taken inside the Hythe arena as a girl is crowned carnival queen.
Location: 0630.08.291-292

Bernadette Hodgson, [ca. 1958]
1 negative; b & w; 5.5 x 4.5 cm
Bernadette Hodgson
Location: 0630.08.293

St. Joe’s Graduation Class, [ca. 1958]
1 photograph; b & w; 23.5 x 18.5 cm
Fern Hodgson with her St. Joseph’s graduation class. The photograph’s stamp: Paquin, Grande Prairie, Alberta
Location: 0630.08.299

Edna Hodgson Wearing her Team Basketball Jacket, [ca. 1958]
1 photograph; b & w; 11 x 7 cm
Edna Hodgson wearing her Hythe High School basketball jacket.
Location: 0630.08.300

Jim off to St. Mary’s College, [ca. 1958]
11 negatives; b & w; 6 x 6 cm
A collection of photographs that Jim took when he went to St. Mary’s College.
Location: 0630.08.305-.316

Rick Hodgson in a Row Boat, [ca. 1966]
1 photograph; b & w; 11 x 7.5 cm
Rick Hodgson rowing a boat.
Location: 0630.08.319

Old Hythe Legion, [ca. 1966]
1 photograph; b & w; 11 x 7.5 cm
The front old Hythe Legion.
Location: 0630.08.321

Sophie Hodgson With a Group of Children, [ca. 1962]
1 photograph; b & w; 11 x 7.5 cm
Sophie Hodgson on the front lawn of her house in Hythe with ten children, possibly her grandchildren.
Location: 0630.08.331

Lea Hodgson Receiving Cheque, [ca. 1980]
1 photograph; colour; 5 x7 in.
Lea Hodgson receiving a check from Beaver Lumber on behalf of the Hythe Athletic Club.
Location: 0630.08.341

Army Cadets, [ca. 1950]
1 photograph; b 7 w; 5 x 7 in.
A large group of army cadets lined up for a picture, Jim Hodgson could be the first in the left in the front row.
Location: 0630.08.342

Army Cadets Supper, [ca. 1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 12.5 x 17.5 cm
A large group of army cadets lined up for a picture, Jim Hodgson could be the first in the left in the front row.
Location: 0630.08.343

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Series 630.09 Hodgson Family Tree. — [1920-1967]. — 2 cm of textual records. — 2 photographs.

The series consists of records relating to the Hodgson family history. The records include a letter from a Hodgson family member working on the Hodgson family tree [1968,1969], Hodgson Genealogical Chart Supplement [1967], copies of family records written by Mrs. Jabez Hodgson [1920]; copies made from a Hodgson family bible; pages from a Hodgson family tree report; a marriage record of Vera Hodgson to Laurence Smith [1953].

Hodgson Family Tree, [ca. 1967]
Hodgson Family Tree
Creator: Hodgson Family Tree
A genealogical chart showing descendants by family and generation of 1000 James Hodgson and 1000A Hannah Beatty, XVIII Generations.
Location: 0630.09.03
R. Hodgson, [ca. 1967]
1 photograph; b & w; 14 x 11 cm
R. Hodgson looking at the Hodgson family tree chart he created.
Location: 0630.09.01

Hodgson Family Tree Chart, [ca. 1967]
1 photograph; b & w; 19 x 12.5 cm
The Hodgson family tree with a stamp on the back Lt. Col R H Hodgson 1545 Richmond, St. N. London, Ont.
Location: 0630.09.02

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