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L.D. Taylor family fonds British Columbia
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[Man wearing Scottish dress]

Man is possibly Alex Johnson. Accompanying note by Ted Taylor reads: "1 Jul [19]33: off to open company in OMINECA for legislature; stopped CHILLIWACK for cherry festival; then Scottish games at Harrison Hot Springs. 24 July [19]33: L.D.T. back from Omineca with a piper and a dancer; had meetings Burns Lodge and said wouldn't run in V[ancouver] again; piper Alex Johnson piped L.D.T. into meetings; 'Miss K. [Katherine] Frederici dancer' - Sun 25 July [19]33"

Indian mission village near Douglas Lodge

Postcard was included in a letter from L.D. Taylor to Octavia Beaton, dated August 3, 1933. Postcard was never sent, but there is a handwritten message from Katherine Federici to her brother Joe on the verso of the postcard.

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