R.A. Brooks

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R.A. Brooks

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R.A. Brooks was a Vancouver resident who had a curio shop for a number of years. He died c. 1949 and his collection of stone heads – ‘Brooks heads’ – were offered for sale in his shop by his widow, Mrs. Mabel Orr Brooks. Brooks had apparently collected the stones over a number of years from a mound near the Fraser River


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Copied from MemoryBC on November 24, 2015 by Katie Ferrante.




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