Fonds 1992.40 - PAUL BLOMANDER fonds

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PAUL BLOMANDER fonds

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CA CPA 1992.40

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  • ca. 1903-[before 1992] (Creation)

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7 pp. of textual records. – 7 photographs

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([193-?]-)

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Paul Blomander ([193-?]-) wrote a history of the Thomas Carder family. His parents were Mary Pearl (Carter) and Carl Otto Blomander and he had siblings Carl Allan (1921-?), Mary Helen (1924-?), and Paul Otto (1935-). The family moved to Alberta in 1939 to continue farming. Further biographical information is unknown.

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Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1992 by Paul Blomander of Penhold, Alberta.

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Fonds consists of a typed genealogy of the Daniel and Thomas Carter families respectively, and 4 black and white photographs showing family members.

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Researchers are responsible for observing Canadian copyright restrictions.

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