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Loverna Saskatchewan, Main Street

by Harry Palmer

February 12, 2015

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Small town Saskatchewan, but still there.

The grain elevators were moved across the border into Alberta, to Ronald Strankman’s farm but the town celebrated its 100th Anniversary on June 1st 2013. They have a Facebook page, right here, that documents the celebration.

 

Main Street, Lovena Saskatchewan, Photograph by Harry Palmer 1988

Main Street, Loverna Saskatchewan, Photograph by Harry Palmer 1988

 

More of Harry Palmers work can be found APortraitofCanada.com

 

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