Frog Lake, AB

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              4 Archival description results for Frog Lake, AB

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              Dale family fonds
              PR1701 · Fonds · Copied 1987

              The fonds consists of images, originally dating 1907 to 1941, of the 1939 Royal Visit, the unveiling of the cairn at Frog Lake, and other images from Kitscoty including store exteriors and interiors, banks, streets, horses, wagons, bison, automobiles, snow banks, hockey teams, tents, fishing, children, swimming as well as R.W. Miller’s store in Lloydminster, the Olds Agricultural School, Sylvan Lake, picnics at Lake Laurier, boats, boating and a cabin at Cold Lake.

              Dale, John
              Lee Pritzker fonds
              PR2742 · Fonds · Copied [ca. 1968]

              The fonds consists of five photographs relating to the Mennonite community in Western Canada in 1882. The fonds features a photograph of a Mennonite girl tending cattle taken by W.T. Smedley in 1882, the interior and exterior of a Mennonite Church taken by W.T. Smedley, a prairie farm, and the exterior of a Mennonite dwelling take by E.R. Tichenor.

              The fonds also contains four colored prints originating from The Canadian Pictorial and Illustrated War News that depicts the Buffalo Dance at Fort Qu'Appelle (1881), First Nations trappers (1882), the Frog Lake incident (1885), and a prairie church parade (1885).

              Pritzker, Lee
              Orolin Hunt fonds
              PR2513 · Fonds · 1927-[ca. 1953], predominant 1940-[ca.1953]

              The fonds consists of images featuring individuals, ceremonies, celebrations, sports the Frog Lake First Nation Reserve dating from the 1940s to 1960s.

              Hunt, Orolin
              Richard Harrington fonds
              PR1319 · Fonds · 1949-1969

              The fonds consists of images, dating 1949 to 1962, featuring various locations in Alberta including Banff, Beaver Lodge, Brazeau, Calgary, Caroline, Champion, Crowsnest Pass, Cypress Hills, Dorothy, Drumheller, Duvernay, East Coulee, Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Frank, Frog Lake, Grisham, High Prairie, High River, Kananaskis, Lethbridge, Lloydminster, Longiven, Manning, Manville, Manyberries, Medicine Hat, Midland, Nordegg, Orion, the Red Deer River, Ricinus, Rocky Mountain House, Rosebud, Rosedale, Sundre, Vulcan, Wabamun, Whiskey Gap, and the Yellowhead Pass. The photographs include street scenes, schools, fire halls, churches and mosques, stores, restaurants, diners and bakeries, beer parlours, post offices, greenhouses, telephone lines, workers and operators, grain elevators, ferries, swimming pools, airports, Jaycopters, airplanes and cargo, mills and mines (flour, steel, coal, nickel), plants, camps, pipeline construction, saddleries, apiaries, bridges, dams, roads, signs, hoodoos, mountains, ice fields, cattle, horses and sheep, stampedes and parades, cattle branding and dehorning, lariat making, artists and sculptors, and laundry and ironing.

              The fonds also includes images of rancher and juniper root carver Wilf Hodgson (Wilfred Garstang-Hodgson), of Dorothy, Alberta.

              Harrington, Richard