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Transportation and Communication - Sales and Repair
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R-B11427
Item Date
1924


Some repairs had to be done on the road.


"While the automobile helped to end the isolation of settlers, there were still many long and lonely roads in the province. If your car broke down it meant a long walk to get assistance and find a garage. Regardless of the risks the number of car sales in the province rose dramatically during the 1920s'."

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R-B11427
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Automobiles; Repairs; Anglican Church Mission


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Image Preview R-B786 Photograph 01 - "One of the first cars in Saskatoon parked in front of a store for autos, motorcycles, and bicycles."
Image Preview R-A2660 Photograph 02 - "The owner of this car dealership in Saskatoon displayed his automobiles plus a 'windwagon', which had a propeller in th
Image Preview R-B897 Photograph 03 - A dealership in Regina lined up their trucks along 11th Ave.
Image Preview R-A6237 Photograph 04 - Mechanics take a break from their work on cars in a Moose Jaw garage.
Image Preview R-B11427 Photograph 05 - Some repairs had to be done on the road.
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