A portrait of Clarence C. Wager of Federal. Inscription on the reverse reads: "C. C. Wager / Federal / Alta".
"The Story of the Wager Family" and "The Clarence Wager Family," In the Beginning: a History of the Coronation, Throne, Federal and Fleet Districts (Coronation Book Committee) p. 389-94. http://www.ourfutureourpast.ca/loc_hist/page.aspx?id=259864
[ca. 1923 - 1935]
Clarence C. Wager moved to the Federal from New York in 1907, and operated a threshing rig in the area. Wager was a UFA member and served as a delegate for the Alberta Wheat Board from 1923 until at least 1925. Wager stood as a UFA candidate in the electoral district of Coronation in 1935, losing to Social Credit candidate George MacLachlan