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Dr. Leland Whitfield Walkey served Pincher Creek from the late 1910s, into the 1930s.
Doctors on the Pincher Creek frontier had primitive style offices where they provided patient consultations and housed the “latest” in medical equipment, medication and remedies.
Dr. A. C. Cooper Johnston was a pioneer medical physician and druggist associated with the early history of Lundbreck.
Perhaps the longest continuously operated drug store in southern Alberta if not the entire province.