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Indian Chief and wife at camp near Banff
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- Attributions and conjectures: Credited to A.C. Kolb on verso.
- Attributions and conjectures: The name Mrs. Phoebe Kolb on verso of image is likely source of signature on verso.
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1937 or before (Creation)
- Kolb, Aaron Clemens, 1871-1937
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1 photograph : print, b&w ; 12.7 x 7.6 cm
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Aaron Clemens Kolb was born in Berlin (Kitchener), Ontario in 1871 to Jacob and Maria Kolb. He worked with a publishing firm in Elkhart, Indiana before moving to the Herbert, Saskatchewan district around 1905. He farmed in the Main Centre district for several years before moving to Herbert to work for an implement business. In June, 1912, Kolb was appointed postmaster at Herbert and held the position until 1931, when he moved to Kitchener, Ontario.
During his career, Kolb helped organize the Saskatchewan Postmasters' Association and served as its president for six consecutive years. He was a delegate to several national postmasters' conventions across the country. Kolb was also active in the Herbert community and was involved with the Methodist Church and various sports organizations, including the Herbert Football Club.
Kolb died in Kitchener, Ontario on May 15, 1937. He was buried in a cemetery near Herbert.
Kolb and his wife, Phoebe Mumaw, originally from Elkhart, Indiana, had one daughter: Almeda.
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Item is an image showing Indian Chief standing with his wife both have feather headdresses and beaded clothing at a camp near Banff, with tipis (teepees) in the background.
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Also available as an electronic file : SAB_GM_R-A3349.jpg
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Location for retrieval: Regina - Hillsdale
Postcard template on verso.
Handwritten ink annotation on verso, includes : Snap taken by A.C. Kolb - when on a western tour. I think when on a trip to Calgary Convention.
Handwritten ink annotation on verso: Mrs. Phoebe Kolb.
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Saskatchewan Archives. Archival Description Manual 2004.
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