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Bank of British Columbia

Published by Webmaster on 09/01/2003 (14326 reads)
Contributed by Charlie Nightengale.

What was the Bank of British Columbia from 1887 to 1900 and then the Bank of Commerce from 1900 to 1904 in Kamloops. Service worked here for about 5 months in 1904 before being transferred to Whitehorse in Dec. I scanned this pictures from an original photo that I have that came from the Kamloops Museum and Archives. This building was demolished in 1958.


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