Fonds 686 Pearl and Brian Wilson collection

Pearl and Brian Wilson collection. — 1950 ca. – 2000. — 2 cm of textual records. — 9 postcards.

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Agency History

Pearl Wilson arrived in Grande Prairie with her family in the 1960s. Originally from northern Alberta, they moved here as a result of Pearl’s father’s job with the railway. Pearl worked in the local media for a number of years, including the Daily Herald Tribune (1970 – 1975), the Booster – later Grande Prairie This Week (1975 – 1978) and radio station CJXX (Oct 1979 – 1989). After she left CJXX, Pearl started her own marketing business, Pearl Wilson Advertising and Promotions. During this time, she also served as Constituency Assistant to MLS Wayne Jacques and was Marketing Coordinator for Crystal Lake Estates. After she retired from marketing she opened an antique called Calico Cat Antiques and Collectibles. The store operated for eight years before she retired.

Pearl is married to Brian Wilson and they still reside in Grande Prairie.

Custodial History

These items were collected by Pearl Wilson and donated to the South Peace Regional Archives in 2015.

Scope and Content

This fonds consists of business cards and postcards from the Grande Prairie area.

Postcards of Grande Prairie (aerial) in 1954, Courthouse, Vocational High School, Swan Motel, Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, 1/2 Motel, City Hall, Richmond Ave view east from 102 Street, bird’s eye view of downtown ca. 1954. Approximately 325 business cards from ca. 1970-2000

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Table of Contents

Series 686.01 Grande Prairie Postcards
Series 686.02 Grande Prairie Business Cards
Series 686.01 Grande Prairie Postcards. — 1950 ca.. — 9 postcards.

This series consists of postcards of Grande Prairie (aerial) in 1954, Courthouse, Vocational High School, Swan Motel, Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, 1/2 Motel, City Hall, Richmond Ave view east from 102 Street, bird’s eye view of downtown ca. 1954.

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Series 686.02 Grande Prairie Business Cards. — 1970 – 2000. — 2 cm of textual records.

This series consists of approximately 325 business cards from businesses in the Grande Prairie area.

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