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Bradley 1902 High River

CA / Alberta
Listed By: Pavlina Krayzel
Location ID: #999-11586
History of the building: In 1880 Levi and J.W. Bradley moved with their parents from Muskoka, Ontario, to a farm near Bowness, west of Calgary. In 1900, the Bradley’s moved to High River and built the wood-framed Bradley’s Saddlery Building with its boomtown front. Here the brothers opened the town’s first harness and leather shop which until its sale in the 1990s, had the honour of being High River’s oldest family-run business operating out of its original building. High River is a town within the Calgary Region of Alberta, Canada with a population of 12,920. It is 67.7 kilometres south of the City of Calgary, at the junction of Alberta Highways 2 and 23.

Location Category:

  • CITIES / TOWNS - Downtowns
  • ;
  • STORES / SHOPS - [general]

Architecture Style:

  • Period 1900s - 1910s

Location Address

123 3rd Avenue SW
High River, AB T1V 1G6
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Contact Details

Pavlina Krayzel
123 3rd Avenue SW
High River, Alberta T1V 1G6
Phone: 403 616 9592
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