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            3 Archival description results for Caribou

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            Charles McLaughlin fonds
            PR3079 · Fonds · Copied 1970

            The fonds consists of 113 photographs originating from Charles McLaughlin's family photograph albums circa 1911 to 1957. The fonds features images of plowing, the Athabasca River, Jarvis Creek, the McLaughlin home, deer, a hunting party, pack horses, the McLeod River, mountain goats, caribou, cars, Peace Country, scows, canoes, Athabasca, First Nations peoples, Grouard, Sawridge, the Hart River, the Revillon Brothers' Store, and missionary sites.

            McLaughlin, Charles E.
            Delbert A. Young fonds
            PR0586 · Fonds · 1951-1976

            Fonds consists of manuscript drafts of various articles, stories, movie scripts, book reviews, speeches, and radio broadcast scripts written by Delbert A. Young. Also includes research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, book reviews, hand drawn maps, pamphlets, royalty cheque stubs, statements, and photographs depicting caribou, the Taylor family, and Inuit involved in the lumber industry in Edmonton Pembina, and Barrhead, Alberta

            Young, Delbert A.
            Wolfgang Witschl fonds
            PR3416 · Fonds · 1956-1979

            The fonds consists of films and slides that were created by Wolfgang Witschl and document travel, hobbies, family activities, and community events. Activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, road trips, and family celebrations are all captured. Witschl also documented various wildlife in natural settings across Alberta, including bighorn sheep, bears, salmon, elk, moose, and caribou.

            Public events documented by Witschl include Edmonton's Heritage Days and Klondike Days, the closing of the 1978 Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, marches and parades through Edmonton's downtown, a pageant and powwow to mark the 100th anniversary of the signing of Treaty 6 at Dried Meat Hill (Ka-Ke-Wuk), the christening of Mount Michener (which features Peter Lougheed and Rt. Hon. Daniel Roland Michener), and 1967 centennial celebrations in Edmonton (featuring Lester Pearson and Edmonton mayor Vincent Dantzer).

            Witschl, Wolfgang