He was adamant that he would become an air force pilot. While I was happy to write this letter, I felt it necessary to point out that he was 40 years old and that pilot selection and training would favour men half his age. Two years later, I received an email from him. As I remember it, it did not have any words, just an attached digital photograph of himself suspended upside down in his seat harness in the left seat of a CT Tutor jet trainer.
HISTORY OF WORK POINT BARRACKS
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Click Here To Order Photos. Back to Finding Aids. The mandate of the Archives was to promote and encourage the appreciation and study of the history of the south Peace River Country by acquiring, preserving and making accessible to the public, records in any format which reflect the history of this area. These records are collected from individuals individuals, families, businesses, organization, and institutions and, on deposit, from municipal governments. Photographs in the South Peace Regional Archives Photograph collection have various donors, as recorded in the accession ledger. The collection consists of photographs relating to the history of the South Peace River Country of Alberta.
Maude McKenzie nee Buxton helps unveil the sign. Among the people who turned out for the dedication ceremony 90 per cent of the Buxton family was on hand. Many of the executive of the Esquimalt Anglers past and present were also on hand.
Data current to 14 July The data found on this page has been compiled by the author. Lance Skinner Collection.