Disaster After Disaster. Catholic Church Erected After the Fernie Fire of Aug. 1, 1908. Blown Down: 0039.0269, 0270

Disaster After Disaster. Catholic Church Erected After the Fernie Fire of Aug. 1, 1908. Blown Down
0039.0269
Disaster After Disaster. Catholic Church Erected After the Fernie Fire of Aug. 1, 1908. Blown Down
0039.0270

0039.0269: Disaster After Disaster. Catholic Church Erected After the Fernie Fire of Aug. 1, 1908. Blown Down

Unused sepia real photo postcard of temporary Catholic Church tent in Fernie, BC with sign stating "Catholic Church Services 10:30AM = 7:30PM" erected after Great Fernie Fire Aug. 1, 1908. Tipi styled tent and 2 story stone building with pillared front entry. Velox style stampbox in use 1907-1910.

Medium:  Postcard - Image
Photographer:  J. Fred Spalding
Date:  Circa 1908
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0039)

Keywords:

tent architecture masonry pillars pillar

Subjects:

Cities arrow Ferniearrow
Cities arrow Fernie arrow Churches arrow Catholicarrow
Cities arrow Fernie arrow Services arrow Fire Departments and Fires arrow 1908 Firearrow

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