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Photo of James Lougheed as a young man
The original family home of Isabella and James Lougheed that had been located on 8th Avenue. They had the bay window added.
1880s Photo of Stephen Avenue - the original Lougheed home is the second building on the left with the bay window.
Photo of Beaulieu under construction in 1891
Photo of Isabella Lougheed with their eldest son, Clarence, at approximately 2 years old, c.1887.
Photo of Belle Lougheed holding bouquet of flowers
Photo of a silver tea set belonging to the Lougheeds with letter L engraved on the component parts
Photo of Dorothy Lougheed in large feathered headdress beside car at Beaulieu
Interior shot at Beaulieu with 4 people dressed in Indigenous clothing behind a table with Indigenous objects; Southern Alberta Pioneer and Oldtimers Women's group in 1923
Handwritten letter (see Gallery Page for content)
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