Frederick George Holberton was born in Lethbridge May 21, 1920. He attended Tuxis Boys’ Parliament in 1939 as a delegate from the Meteor Tuxis Square of First United Church, Lethbridge. His association with the Tuxis Parliament continued when in 1962 he became the first chairman of the alumni Society, a position he held for 7 years. In later years he served as lieutenant-governor. A graduate of Lethbridge schools, Fred became an Assessor with the National Revenue (Taxation) after service in World War II as a Lieutenant with the Canadian Army.
The brewery garden in bloom. The sign inthe middle reads, "House of Lethbridge" and underneath red flowers spell out, "Welcome to Lethbridge". The brewery is the beige building on the left side of the image.
Official opening of Central & Eastern Trust Co., located 506 4th Ave South. Image is a hallway that leads into what could be a receipton area with two mannequins in it. Writing on the wall reads, "Central and Eastern Trust Company. Serving Canadians Since 1887."
Official opening of Central & Eastern Trust Co., located 506 4th Ave South. There are two ladies behind the counter, one of which is helping a man, and a lady filling out something at a central carousel.