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  • A LEGACY OF JUST TEN YEARS WORK
    This is the story of Edmonton architect Roland W. Lines, who designed such structures as the Union Bank Inn, the Canada Permanent Building, and the first Royal Alexandra Hospital. His career left an indelible mark on Edmonton, despite being cut short by his death during the First World War.
  • A MAN NAMED MALCOLM GROAT
    Malcolm Groat, for whom Edmonton's Groat Road and Groat Estates were named, worked at many trades with the Hudson's Bay Company until he became rich through real estate speculation during the early years of the 20th Century.
  • A.J. DAVIDSON SOLD BEVERLY
    Robertson-Davidson Real Estate Company began offering lots in the area of Beverly, on the outskirts of oEdmonton. This article recounts the life of A.J. Davidson, who helped sell the Town of Beverly to the public.
  • ALFRED MERIGON CALDERON: DESIGNS OF STYLE & GRACE
    Alfred Merigon Calderon, who first worked as an architect in Europe, left his mark on Edmonton through his work with the Alberta Association of Architects, and by designing such masterpieces as the LeMarchand Mansion and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Canada
  • CITYS FIRST LADY OF REAL ESTATE
    It was an advertisement in the newspaper that began Grace Turleys real estate career.
  • COMMERCIAL REALTOR® NEARLY MISSES HIS CALLING
    Calgary is still a very young city, so there aren’t many people who can boast nearly 100 years of local family history. But living legend of real estate Rex Hammill is one of them.
  • DICKSONS MAKE REAL ESTATE A FAMILY AFFAIR
    Rick Dickson was destined to become a REALTOR® all along--it’s in his blood. Born into a family that breathes real estate, Dickson recently celebrated 35 years in the industry.
  • EDWARD MICHENER
    Although Edward Michener was at one time Red Deer's leading real estate developer, partner in several major businesses, mayor of the Town, Red Deer's M.L.A., leader of the Opposition in the Alberta Legislature, and later, the only person from this City to be named to the Canadian Senate, he is generally now remembered as former Governor General Roland Michener's father.
  • GEORGE WILBERT SMITH
    One of the true pioneers and community builders of Red Deer was George Wilbert Smith.
  • JAMES GEISSINGER
    One of the most successful pioneer entrepreneurs of Red Deer, but a man who unfortunately is no longer well remembered is James I. Geissinger.

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