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            PR0003.004SF.0004 · Series · 1937-1988
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This series consists of photographs, negatives, lantern slides and transparencies of various subjects taken in or related to the communities of the Vice-Province of Grouard. The images were created or collected by the Oblates in the course of their administrative work or personal lives, and the records often reflect their secular interests. The breadth of the subject matter is immense and unique and documents many aspects of western and northern Canada and its peoples. Subjects may include Oblates and sisters in the various communities, missions, religious events and activities.

            The images show communities and activities and include local landscapes, missions, waterways, fauna, fishing, churches and buildings, indigenous people and families, transportation, hunting, fur trade, schools and students, museums, sports, industries and farming.

            The subjects also focus specifically on the various communities the Oblates served in the Grouard region, including: Assumption, Dunvegan, Fort Vermilion, Grouard, and the Lesser Slave Lake and Peace River areas.

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            PR0106.0003 · Series · [192-]-[198-]
            Part of John Edward Fitzsimmons fonds

            The series consists of a variety of photographs and slides predominantly taken by Jack Fitzsimmons though some may be attributed to Gladys Fitzsimmons as well. The subject matter of Jack Fitzsimmons photographs alternates from pictures of different agricultural strains of seed from his time with the University Farm, to travelogues of the many trips and vacations taken by both Jack and Gladys Fitzsimmons. The photographs that may be attributable to Gladys Fitzsimmons were of vacation destinations and friends.