Fonds 635 Klukas family fonds

Klukas-Norris Family fonds. – [1900-2010]. –1 cm of textual records. – 79 photographs.

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Biographical Sketch

Herman Klukas was born in Russia on July 18, 1892, and came to Canada with his family in 1894. His parents homesteaded in Leduc where his mother died in childbirth. His father moved on to the United States, and Herman went up to the Peace Country over the Long Trail in 1908, driving team for Mr. Henry Roper. He found work looking after the horses at A.M. Bezanson’s Stopping Place near the old townsite of Bezanson, and was there when Dorothy Bezanson died after giving birth to her son in 1908.

In May 1912, Herman filed on the SE 1/4 of Township 71 Range 6, just north of the new townsite of Grande Prairie. He abandoned this in 1913 and moved on to the Bad Heart district where, according to the Grande Prairie Herald, he would build a cabin at the mouth of the Bad Heart on the Smoky River and spend the winter trapping in that district. Later he took a job hauling freight from Edmonton. It was while he was working as a teamster that Herman enlisted in World War I, on July 22, 1915. He was with the 66th Battalion of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment but was later transferred to the 49th Battalion. He was wounded at Vimy Ridge in 1916, but returned to the fight and attained the rank of Sergent. He was discharged in 1919.

After the war, Herman worked for the Egg Lake Ranch near Eaglesham which used the Bad Heart prairie as their summer grazing lease. Taking a great liking to the land at Bad Heart, in 1920 he filed for a homestead on the SW of Section 28, Township 75, West of the 6th Meridian. This homestead was abandoned in 1922 for a position as game warden in Wood Buffalo Park, in the northeastern corner of Alberta. Here he worked with Malcolm Norris, who was harvesting hay for the winter feeding of the buffalo, and met Malcolm’s sister, Catherine Jessie Norris.

Catherine Jessie Norris was Metis, born in Edmonton ca. 1905 to Euphrosine Plante, an Iroquois-Cree Metis from St. Albert and John Norris, who had come to Canada from Scotland as an indentured employee of the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1846. She grew up in St. Albert with siblings Emily, Malcolm, and Thomas. The Norris home on the St. Albert Trail was a gathering place for the community, and they were recognized as being among the elite in early Edmonton”. In 1924, when her brother Malcolm was working in Wood Buffalo National Park, Jessie decided to go up and visit him, taking her own route by canoe.

In Wood Buffalo Park she met Ranger Herman Klukas. They returned to Edmonton where they were married in May 1925. Their first son, Malcolm, was born in 1926. Around 1930 Herman and Jessie moved back to the Bad Heart district. Herman became a blacksmith and mechanic as well as proving up on his homestead where they raised their six children: Malcolm, who never married; Norman, who married Betty Carter; Campbell, who married Anne Jannie; Johanna, who married Ben Palser of Grande Prairie; Barbara, who married Mathew Wozniak of Eaglesham; and Robert, who married Helen Johnson.

As Herman grew older, the old war wounds became more troublesome and he was confined to a wheel chair at Mackenzie Place for the last few years of his life. He died on February 24, 1979, and Jessie in October 1982. They are buried in the Bad Heart cemetery.

Custodial History

The records were preserved by Malcolm Klukas, the oldest son of Herman and Jessie Klukas, and passed on to Barbara (Klukas) Wozniak after his death. Records were deposited at South Peace Regional Archives by Mathew Wozniak, husband to Barbara, after her death.

Scope and Content

The fonds consists of the records of Herman Klukas, his wife Jessie Norris Klukas, and their daughter Barbara Elizabeth Klukas.

Notes

Title based on the contents of the fonds.

Acquisition note: Accession No. 2013.035

Biographical notes taken from the contents of the fonds.

Table of Contents

Series 635.01Herman Klukas
Series 635.02Catherine Jessie Norris
Series 635.03Barbara Klukas Wozniak

635.01   Herman Klukas. – [1917-1980]. – 0.5 cm of textual records. – 13 photographs.

Herman Klukas served in World War I from September 9, 1915 until he was injured in France on November 22, 1918. He fought in the Battle of the Somme, and was injured the first time at Vimy Ridge in 1916. Returning to service, he was at the Battle of Sanctuary Woods, Ypres, Observatory Ridge, and then was injured a second time north of Paschendale. He was discharged January 8, 1919, and returned to the Peace Country where he took a homestead in the Bad Heart district. He abandoned this claim in 1922 when he became a warden in Wood Buffalo National Park. Wood Buffalo National Park was created in 1922 to protect the last remaining herds of wood bison in northern Canada. Under O.S. Finnie, the Department of the Interior’s Northwest Territories Branch actively promoted Ottawa’s presence through government initiatives in the north. RCMP posts were set up throughout the NWT and the Yulon, the Eastern Arctic Patrol was established, and games preserves were created. To supplement the waning herds in Wood Buffalo Park, plains bison were shipped in from Wainwright, Alberta, between 1925 and 1928, and men were hired to be wardens in the park as well as harvesters to preserve hay for winter feed for the buffalo. This active conservation ended in 1931, with the onset of the Great Depression and O.S. Finnie’s department from the position. By this time, Herman and Jessie were married with one child. They returned to the Bad Heart district to farm and raise their family.

The series consists of two certificates from World War I for his War Service Badge and his Service Chevron Certificate; a Weapon Permit for a Colt Auto Revolver dated 1922; some general store receipts from the Richards-McNaughton General Store in Sexsmith dated 1921; thirteen photographs of his time in the war and as a ranger in Wood Buffalo National Park; and a Pioneer Award for Herman Klukas, 1908. There are also copies of newspaper articles about Herman from the Grande Prairie Herald; his World War I attestation paper; an account of his life written by Herman for the Sexsmith History, “Wagon Trails Grown Over”; and a detailed biography written by his son-in-law Mathew Wozniak.

Herman Klukas in World War I, 1917
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
In 1915, Herman Klukas enlisted in the 66th Battalion of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment for World War I. This photograph was taken while he was serving in France, in 1917.
Location: 0635.01.01
Wood Buffalo Park, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads, “On a visit to the Wood Buffalo Park. Klukas, McDougal, Finnie & Claude Watt.” Added note says: “Herman driving.” N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 82.
Location: 0635.01.02
At the Salt Springs, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads, “At Salt Springs near R.C. Mission. Wardens Claude Watts, Herman Klukas & J.A. McDougal–August 1925.”N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 87.
Location: 0635.01.03
Buffalo Wallow, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “A favorite spot near Pine Lake where the buffalo wallow & where they have rubbed bark off trees.” N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 93.
Location: 0635.01.04
Bridge Over Salt River, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “Bridge over Salt River near R.C. Mission Farm.” N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 95.
Location: 0635.01.05
Lookout at Graham’s Yard, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “The lookout at Graham’s Yard over the Salt River near Pine Lake.” N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 100.
Location: 0635.01.06
Cabin at Pine Lake, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “The cabin at Pine Lake in course of construction. Mr. McDougal, Warden & Mrs. Klukas.” N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 101.
Location: 0635.01.07
Patrol Boat on the Peace River, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “The patrol boat ‘Ranger’ on the Peace River at Peace Point. Wardens Hughie McDermott, George Milne, Herman Klukas, M.J. Dempsey, Claude Watte, D’Arcy Arden & Supt. J.A. McDougal.” N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 105.
Location: 0635.01.08
Wood Buffalo Park, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “In the Wood Buffalo Park–O.S. Finnie, Claude Watte & Herman Klukas–August 1925.” N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 110.
Location: 0635.01.09
Hay Camp for Buffalo, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Photograph from Herman Klukas’ period as ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “Putting up hay at Hay Camp for buffalo.” N.W.T. & Yukon Branch, Department of the Interior, Photo No. 115.
Location: 0635.01.10
Herman Klukas, Ranger, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Ranger Klukas and two workers in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “Warden Klukas in tall hat.”
Location: 0635.01.11
Herman Klukas, Ranger, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Ranger Klukas and three other men on a log chute projecting into the river. Description on back reads: “Peter Tompkins, Jack Browning (related to Browning Arms Co, i.e. Remington), Herman Klukas, and Hughie McDermitt.”
Location: 0635.01.12
Fire Tower at Wood Buffalo Park, 1925
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Log lookout tower built by Herman Klukas in his position of Ranger in Wood Buffalo Park. Description on back reads: “Daddy’s fire tower he built when he was a Warden at Wood Buffalo Park.”
Location: 0635.01.13

 

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635.02   Catherine Jessie Norris. – [1900-1980]. — .25 cm of textual records. – 52 photographs.

Catherine Jessie Norris was the daughter of John “Jack” Norris, one of Edmonton’s early entrepreneurs. Jack Norris was born in Scotland and came to Canada as a labourer for the Hudson’s Bay in 1846. He served as a voyageur on the York boats between Fort York and Edmonton, and after completing his contract with the Hudson’s Bay Co., went into business for himself. About 1879, he and a few partners built a saw and grist mill east of the hamlet of Edmonton, and by 1882 had one of the first stores outside of Fort Edmonton. Norris was first married in 1854 to Marie Pelletier, daughter of Kayattowe, a Cree Indian and Josephte Chatelain, Metis. Marie had been born at Edmonton ca. 1840. Her liaison with the Metis community was a great asset to Norris in his business. Later Norris marriedEuphrosine Plante, a Metis from St. Albert. The Norris home on the St. Albert Trail was a gathering place for the community, and they were recognized as being among the elite in early Edmonton”. Their son Malcolm became a Metis leader and a founder of the Metis Nation of Alberta. Jessie Norris was born ca. 1905 to John Norris and Euphosine Plante and grew up in St. Albert along with siblings Emily, Malcolm, and Thomas. While she was visiting her brother Malcolm in Wood Buffalo National Park, Jessie met Herman Klukas. They returned to Edmonton where they were married in May 1925. 

The series consists of 52 photographs of the Norris and Klukas families; and copies of articles about the Norris family titled “Jack Norris–An Edmonton Pioneer”, “An Aristocrat of Early Edmonton”, “Week-Long Reunion for [Norris] Family”. There is also an article about Metis leader Miles Norris and a Descendancy Chart for John Norris.

John and Marie Norris, [1880]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Copy of studio portrait of John Norris and his first wife, Marie Kayattowe, daughter of Kayattowe Cree and Josephte Matche-Ichawe Chatelain. They were married March 11, 1854.
Location: 0635.02.01
Euphrosine Plante, [1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
John Norris’ second wife, Euphosine Plante, with her chickens and turkeys in the yard beside her Edmonton home. A note on the back says, “Grandma Norris, Jessie Klukas’ mother.”
Location: 0635.02.02
Jessie and Emily Norris, [1915]
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 3 in.
Jessie and Emily Norris in front of their home on the St. Albert Trail near Edmonton. Handwriting on the front of the photo identifies the younger girl on the right as “Mom” and the one on the left as “Emily”.
Location: 0635.02.03
Jessie (Norris) Klukas, [1925]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Jessie Norris about the time she married Herman Klukas in 1925.
Location: 0635.02.04
Malcolm Klukas, [1927]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Malcolm Klukas, first child of Jessie & Herman Klukas, outside of their log home in Wood Buffalo Park. Malcolm was born in 1927.
Location: 0635.02.05
The Klukas Children, [1940]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of the Klukas children after the family had moved back to their farm in the Bad Heart area. From left to right: Johanna, Campbell, Norman, Malcolm, and Buddy Nearstead.
Location: 0635.02.06
Bad Heart School Students, [1940]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of the student body at Bad Heart School. Four children are identified with X marks. They appear to be Campbell, Malcolm, Norman and Johanna Klukas.
Location: 0635.02.07
Heart Valley School Students, [1940]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
The boys of Heart Valley School District 4356 on the front steps of the school.
Location: 0635.02.08
Bobby Klukas, [1940]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph identified as “Bobby Klukas” the youngest of the Klukas children.
Location: 0635.02.09a
Bobby Klukas, [1942]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of a preschooler identified as Robert Klukas. Quality is poor and print is dated 1955.
Location: 0635.02.09b
Malcolm Klukas, [1942]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Malcolm Klukas in army uniform with a team of horses and sleigh in the yard of their farm home.
Location: 0635.02.10
Malcolm Klukas, [1942]
3 photographs; b & w; Assorted sizes
Three photographs of Malcolm Klukas in World War II uniform with friends or possibly relatives.
Location: 0635.02.11-13
The Home-Made Boat, 1945
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Herman, Campbell, Norman and Malcolm with the home-made boat, taking it down to the river.
Location: 0635.02.14
The Home-Made Boat, [1942]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Campbell, Herman, Norman and Malcolm Klukas with the boat they built on the farm, ready to take it down to the Bad Heart River.
Location: 0635.02.15
The Klukas Men, [1942]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Herman, Campbell, Malcolm and Robert Klukas with Mark Rycroft on the banks of the Bad Heart River.
Location: 0635.02.16
Herman Klukas, 1945
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Herman Klukas in the yard of their Bad Heart Farm.
Location: 0635.02.17
The New Tractor, 1945
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Campbell and Herman Klukas with the new 15-30 tractor.
Location: 0635.02.18
The Klukas Children, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2 in.
The Klukas children, from left to right: Campbell, Barbara, Norman, Bobby and Johanna.
Location: 0635.02.19
Barbara Klukas and Friends, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2 in.
Barbara Klukas second from left.
Location: 0635.02.20
Campbell Klukas and Friends, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2 in.
Campbell Klukas on far left.
Location: 0635.02.21
Barbara and Bobby Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Barbara and Bobby Klukas after he broke his arm.
Location: 0635.02.22
The Klukas Children, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Barbara and Bobby Klukas on horses and Johanna Klukas holding their pet dog.
Location: 0635.02.23
Johanna Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Johanna Klukas with their pet dog.
Location: 0635.02.24
Campbell Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Campbell Klukas holding one of his nephews on a goat. In the background is Johanna and the farm home at Bad Heart.
Location: 0635.02.25
The Klukas Family, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Campbell Klukas and one of the Bad Heart teachers, with Barbara and Bobby standing to the side.
Location: 0635.02.26
Barbara and Robert Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Barbara and Robert Klukas with two small boys, possibly their nephews.
Location: 0635.02.27
Robert Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Robert Klukas with their pet dog.
Location: 0635.02.28
Barbara Klukas and Friends, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of three friends: Kay Bryce, Barbara Klukas, and Thersa La Blonde.
Location: 0635.02.29
Campbell and Kay, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Copy of a photograph of Campbell Klukas with Kay Bryce.
Location: 0635.02.30
Johanna and Barbara Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
The Klukas girls in the yard of their Badheart farm. Note on back says: “Barbara in back, Johanna front.”
Location: 0635.02.31
Campbell Klukas, [1950]
1 negative; b & w; 1.5 x 2.5 in.
Negative of Campbell Klukas in boots and western wear in the yard of their Bad Heart farm.
Location: 0635.02.32
Campbell Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4 in.
Photograph of Campbell Klukas in boots and western wear on his horse “Slim”.
Location: 0635.02.33
Robert Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4 in.
Photograph of Robert Klukas in dress jacket and slacks in the yard at their farm home in Bad Heart.
Location: 0635.02.34
Campbell Klukas, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4 in.
Photograph of Campbell Klukas (on the right) haying.
Location: 0635.02.35
Barbara Klukas, [1950]
2 photographs; b & w; 2 x 4 in.
Two photographs of Barbara Klukas.
Location: 0635.02.36-37
Campbell and Anne Klukas, [1950]
2 photographs; b & w; 2 x 4 in.
Two photographs of Campbell and Anne (Jannie) Klukas with their first child.
Location: 0635.02.38-39
Ben and Johanna Palser, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4 in.
Ben and Johanna Palser with their daughter Cathy.
Location: 0635.02.40
Norman and Betty Klukas, 1957
2 photographs; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Two photographs of Norman and Betty Klukas with their children and with Betty’s parents, the Carters.
Location: 0635.02.41-42
Herman Klukas, 1971
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 3 in.
Herman Klukas with one of his grand-children.
Location: 0635.02.43
Herman and Jessie Klukas, [1965]
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Early colour photograph of Herman and Jessie Klukas. Photo is heavily damaged due to removal from a photo album.
Location: 0635.02.44
The Klukas Ladies, [1965]
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Jessie Klukas having coffee with her daughters Johanna Palser and Barbara Wozniak, and with Barbara’s mother-in-law Maria Wozniak.
Location: 0635.02.45
Motorhome Trip, [1965]
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Barbara Wozniak with Jessie and Herman Klukas in front of their motorhome.
Location: 0635.02.46
Robert & Helen, [1965]
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Robert married Helen Johnston, a widow with four children.
Location: 0635.02.47
Malcolm Klukas, [1965]
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Malcolm Klukas with unidentified.
Location: 0635.02.48
Herman and Jessie Klukas, [1965]
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Location: 0635.02.49
Malcolm Klukas and Snowmobile, [1980]
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Malcolm Klukas and Snowmobile
Location: 0635.02.50
Ed & Eileen Klukas, 1984
2 photographs; colour; 4 x 6 in.
Two photographs of Ed & Eileen Klukas and some of their grandchildren, taken on their 60th wedding anniversary in 1984. Ed was a first cousin to Herman Klukas.
Location: 0635.02.51-52

 

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635.03   Barbara Klukas Wozniak. – 1947- [2010]. — .25 cm of textual records. – 14 photographs.

Barbara Elizabeth Klukas was born June 15, 1930 to Herman and Jessie Klukas, and grew up in the Bad Heart area, about 20 miles north of Teepee Creek. She attended Bad Heart School about a mile south east of their home for grades one to eight, and in about 1947 went on to take grade 9 at St. Joseph’s School in Grande Prairie. After her education was finished, Barbara went to work at Fimrites Store in Wanham, boarding at Mrs. Prevost’s and taking her meals at Gaspard’s Café. That summer she met Mathew Wozniak. Barbara and Mathew were married on November 15, 1949. They started farming from a “shack” on Mathew’s parents farm and 15 acres broken on their quarter of land. They farmed together, at one time taking turns driving the tractor for 24 hours so that the whole quarter was ready to seed in record time. When Mathew’s father retired in 1964, they purchased the Wozniak farm consisting of seven quarters of farmland and four quarters of pasture by the lake which became the Eaglesham Golf Course. Eventually the farm increased to 22 quarters of land. Barbara and Mathew’s first baby, Evalda Irene, was born in 1950 but died within hours. In 1952 Patrick was born, and in 1953 Elizabeth Jean. When the children were in grade school Barbara began to work for the Eaglesham Co-op and was manager for five years before it burned in 1969. Barabara was an excellent crafter, teaching herself to make hardanger lace, crochet, knit, ceramics and Easter egg painting. She was also a fabulous sewer and quilter, and painted on ceramics and canvas. She entered her articles in the agricultural fairs at Falher, Eaglesham, Wanham and Spirit River and won numerous prizes. In their later years, Mathew and Barbara spent time traveling to the Canary Island, Malasia, Hawaii, and Scotland. They also bought a motor home and toured the United States. In 2000, Barbara was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. She passed away on January 29, 2001 and her ashes were scattered at the mouth of the Bad Heart River where she had played as a child.

The series consists of a 1947-1948 report card from St. Joseph’s R.C. Separate School; 14 photographs of Barbara Klukas’ adult and married life; her memorial card in 2001; and a biographical account of her life written by husband Mathew Wozniak.

Sisters of the Holy Cross, [1950]
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Teaching Sisters on the steps of St. Joseph’s Academy, the dorm for girls, when Barbara took her high school at St. Joseph’s in Grande Prairie.
Location: 0635.03.01
Girls Graduating from St. Joseph’s, [1950]
2 photographs; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Barbara Klukas with the girls of her graduating class ca. 1950.
Location: 0635.03.02-03
Mr. & Mrs. Mathew Wozniak, 1950
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Wedding photo for Barbara Klukas and Mathew Wozniak on the steps of the Eaglesham Catholic Church. From left to right, Cecilia Wozniak, Barbara, Mathew, Campbell Klukas.
Location: 0635.03.04
Eaglesham Co-op Store, 1966
2 photographs; b & w; 3 x 3 in.
Barbara Wozniak, manager of the Eaglesham Co-op Store, in the office and in front of the safe.
Location: 0635.03.05-06
Trudy Pazuik, 1966
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6 in.
Trudy Pazuik (later Paszkowski) in the Eaglesham Co-op Store.
Location: 0635.03.07
Eaglesham Santa, 1966
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 4 in.
Mathew Wozniak as Santa Claus in the Eaglesham Co-op Store.
Location: 0635.03.08
Annual Co-op Pancake Breakfast, 1965
2 photographs; b & w; 3 x 3 in.
Two photographs of the Eaglesham Co-op’s Chuckwagon for the “Annual Pancake Breakfast sponsored by your Co-op Store and UFA Agent.” The breakfast was served on Fair Day in front of the Eaglesham Co-op.
Location: 0635.03.09-10
Eaglesham Co-op Chuckwagon, 1966
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Eaglesham Co-op’s Chuckwagon for the Annual Pancake Breakfast. On the side of the wagon it says, “Shop for Savings, Service and Satisfaction, only one purpose the welfare of its members.” Barbara Wozniak is behind the wagon, Glen Knudson and John Noga driving.
Location: 0635.03.11
The Tobacco Tin Bank, 1966
1 photograph; colour; 4 x 6 in.
The Eaglesham Co-op’s tobacco tin which held the co-op monies, as well as the key to the door, during the time Barbara was manager.
Location: 0635.03.12
Eaglesham School Students, 1966
2 photographs; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Two photographs of the students at Eaglesham School. In the photo of the two boys, Patrick Wozniak is on the right.
Location: 0635.03.12-13

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