Fur

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      Fur

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        Fur

        • UF Pelts

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        5 Archival description results for Fur

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        Bert Woodcock fonds
        PR0486 · Fonds · 1928-1956, predominant 1931-1941

        The fonds consists of photograph albums containing over 300 photographs from Bert and Alex Woodcock’s time spent on the traplines, and includes images from Edson, Mountain Park, Brule, Little Smoky, Buck Lake, Berland River, and Tony River, of mountain views, rivers, log cabins, fish, furs and pelts, snowshoes and snowshoeing, horses, dogs and dog sleds, and animals (live and furs) such as deer, moose, bears, caribou, lynx, weasels, wolf, coyotes, and skunks. One album also includes images of family and friends from after their time spent on the traplines. The fonds also includes a hand drawn map of the area around Little Smoky River where Bert and Alex trapped.

        Woodcock, Bert
        PR1622 · Fonds · 1916-1952

        The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Raw Fur Merchants Association and includes minutes, financial records and correspondence.

        Edmonton Raw Fur Merchants Association
        Hugh Stroud fonds
        PR1973 · Fonds · Copied 1979

        The fonds consists of images from the Fort McMurray area, originally dating from 1920s, and includes images of furs, likely trapped at Sled Island, participants in a school play in Fort McMurray, First Nations people gathered at Fort Providence, Fort Chipewyan, dogs being used to deliver milk, a school in Fort McMurray and children playing baseball.

        Stroud, Hugh
        Timkiw, Warawa family fonds
        PR0208 · Fonds · 1930-1999

        Fonds consists of business correspondence and fur industry pamphlets, as well as materials collected for personal interest. Fonds consists of correspondence regarding fur sales, mailing tags, pamphlets, auction posters, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles.

        Timkiw, Warawa family