“Doris, June 1935”

Are there any sharp-eyed Townsman readers who are able to help us put names to the people in this wedding photo?

Are there any sharp-eyed Townsman readers who are able to help us put names to the people in this wedding photo? This is another of those unknown weddings negatives donated to the Cranbrook History Centre Archives. This envelope is marked “Doris, June 1935” and it contains a total of 10 different negatives of this wedding. Knowing the names of the people in this photograph would greatly add to its historical value in our Archive collection. If you are able to provide us with any information we’d love to hear from you via an email to dhumph@telus.net or by phoning the Office of the Cranbrook History Centre at 250-489-3918. Copies of this print, and other photographs, are available for purchase through the Office at Cranbrook History Centre.

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