Harry Byers fonds

The Harry Byers fonds consists of materials created and accumulated by Harry Byers relating to both his personal and professional life. It includes biographical documents, including his passport and WW1 papers, ephemera, clippings and correspondence as well as approximately 270 photographs of Harry Byers and his family. Also included are photographs from Byers' time living in Russia, and a diary recounting the two years he was there.


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Jean and Bob Byers seated in a wagon, with Harry Byers standing above them.
Jean and Bob Byers seated in a wagon, with Harry Byers standing above them.
Snapshot of Jean Grenier (nee Byers) and Bob Byers seated in a wagon in a garden with Harry Byers standing above them., Title based on contents of photo.
Jean, Caroline and Bob Byers.
Jean, Caroline and Bob Byers.
Snapshot of Jean Grenier (nee Byers), Caroline Byers (nee Graul) and Bob Byers seated in a garden., Title based on contents of photo., Duplicate of GA160-14_113.
Jean, Caroline and Bob Byers.
Jean, Caroline and Bob Byers.
Snapshot of Jean Grenier (nee Byers), Caroline Byers (nee Graul) and Bob Byers seated in a garden., Title based on contents of photo., Duplicate of GA160-14_114.
Lawson placing roses on William Byers' grave.
Lawson placing roses on William Byers' grave.
Grave is located at the Brandon Municipal Cemetery in Brandon, Manitoba.
Machine shop.
Machine shop.
Snapshot of men working around machinery in a machine shop., Title based on contents of photo.
Marge Byers standing in front of house.
Marge Byers standing in front of house.
Snapshot of Marge Byers (nee Landwehr) standing in front of the home of Sam D. and Helen Bawman., Title based on contents of photo., House identification based on attribution made in GA160-14_173., The 1930 Burlington, Iowa, City Directory indicates that the Bawmans lived at 818 Ash Street.

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