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This photo album contains photos related to various Residential Schools, including Dunbow Industrial School students (1886-1905), Blood/Standoff Residential School (180, 1895), St Mary’s Residential School, Brocket Residential School, Cluny Residential School (1918).
This file contains photos from Dunbow Industrial School from around 1910, and also from the Blood School [St. Mary's, St. Paul's].
From the personal papers of Jules Chevallier, OMI, research notes on the Dunbow, Peigan, and Saint-Louis schools [St. Cyprian].
Oblate Run, Operating Dates: 1884 – 1922
Residential school was located in High River, known as Dunbow.
This file contains photo(s) relating to Dunbow Industrial School.
This album is divided into two sections. The second section contains photos from various schools, including St Mary’s Residential School in Cardston (1934?), Dunbow Industrial School (unknown date), and Brocket (1933).
The recods consist of photographs depicting Charles E. Masse at Dunbow School and include an interior view of the bakery, the children's dormitories, staff, First Nations boys, and a haying crew. A letter by George E. Masse providing biographical information about Charles E. Masse has been included.Masse, Charles E.
This file contains photo(s) of the High River Industrial School (Dunbow, St. Joseph's) football team, including names.
This file contains negatives of photos from Brocket Residential School, the buildings, and students (1962). The file also contains photos from Dunbow Industrial School—the boys’ residence, girls’ residence, school barn, and the Junior Dumbells Team (students).
This file contains negatives of photos from the Dunbow Industrial School, including a negative of the Sham band and a photo of ex-pupils from Dunbow School at the Blood Reserve.