Alberni Residential School
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[L. to R. - Rev. F.E. (Ed) Kempling (staff member of Alberni Student Residence [Alberni Residential School], Mr. Jack Peters (former chief of Ohiahts (Huu-ah-aht First Nation), and Mr. Francis Charlie (manager of Friendship House) in Port Alberni, British Columbia]
Port Alberni, British Columbia, circa 1960s