Summerland (127 Street)

This community was established based upon proximity to the Edmonton Interurban Railway. Its nucleus was along 127 Street near the interurban tracks. After the railway stopped operations (1914) the community died.

1913 (Probably Looking Southwest on 127 Street)

Ad00605_2 - Photo from Summerland Ad - The Edmonton Bulletin, October 9, 1913 (Morning Edition), Page 6, Item Ad00605_2 - 1913

1913

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September 30 1913

na-1328-2057 - Day excursion to Summerland, Alberta. - September 30 1913

Newspaper Advertisements (1913)

The Edmonton Capital, September 19, 1913 (LAST EDITION), Page 13, Item Ad01303_3 - v2

The Edmonton Capital, October 4, 1913, Page 9, Item Ad00902_4

Ad00902_5 - Summerland Ad - The Edmonton Capital, October 4, 1913 (Last Edition), Page 9, Item Ad00902_5 - 1913Ad00903_4 - Summerland Ad with emphasis on electric lighting - The Edmonton Capital, October 10, 1913 (Last Edition), Page 9, Item Ad00903_4 - 1913Ad00910_2 - Summerland Ad with Photo - The Edmonton Capital, October 17, 1913 (Last Edition), Page 9, Item Ad00910_2 - 1913

 

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