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Mrs. Campbell, beside husband Colin's grave, Fort Macleod, Alberta, 1906. Mrs. Campbell always wore widow's weeds after her husband's death in 1906. Women working at Clark's factory, Edmonton, Alberta, 1917 Cartoon showing women doing household drudgery. From the ''Grain Growers' Guide'', May 26, 1915 Hazel McArthur churning butter at Milnerton, Alberta, c. 1919 Homesteaders with wagon and oxen, Edmonton, Alberta, 1910 Women's Institute group, Islay, Alberta, c. 1915-1918 Cartoon from The Eye Opener, Calgary, Alberta, January 1, 1910 Cartoon on women's suffrage, July 8, 1914 Women's Society of Museum of Art displaying Christmas handicrafts Local council of women holding tea party: Mrs. S. H. Gandier, Mrs. K. Lyons, Mrs. S. Ross, Mrs. W. E. Stewart (president of club) Rucker Homestead at Carrot Creek A homestead The First Woman to the Klondike Florence Babish on farmland outside downtown. City Park E. Polet feeding chickens Katherine Armstrong returns with the first Air Mail

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