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              PR3974 · Fonds · 1919-[1927]

              The fonds contains 14 negatives of “Indian Days” at Fort Macleod in 1919-1920, which show numerous people in uniform (soldiers and NWMP) and in various styles of Indigenous regalia. There are also five undated negatives of military personnel and aircraft and one undated negative of the Prince of Wales Hotel under construction in Waterton Park (likely 1927). All of the negatives were taken by Alexander Cochrane Wright.

              The collection also includes an envelope for a 1931 photo order from McDermid Drug Co. Limited (of Calgary, Alberta), and a photograph of the attendees of the NWMP Veterans’ Annual Banquet, held in Calgary, AB in 1925. The banquet took place in the Hudson Bay Company store dining room. This photograph was taken by Collins & Gillies.

              Wright, Alexander Cochrane
              Arthur Scrutton fonds
              PR3901 · Fonds · [1902?]

              The fonds consists of seven photographs of members of Siksika/Blackfoot Nation in the Fort MacLeod area, ca. 1902. Also included are four pages of recipes for horse medicine created by Katy May Scrutton (Fuller), wife of Arthur.

              Scrutton, Arthur
              B.E. Williamson fonds
              PR0429 · Fonds · [ca. 1887]

              Fonds consists of images of a First Nations winter camp and a First Nations sun-dance in Calgary, North West Territory, now Alberta.

              Williamson, B.E.
              Blackhorse fonds
              PR2450 · Fonds · [ca. 1900]

              The fonds consists of a photograph of Blackhorse and his wife in traditional Blackfoot dress circa 1900.

              C. H. Carley fonds
              PR2122 · Fonds · 1951-1970

              The fonds consists of photographs, dating from the 1950s and 1960s, taken by the Lethbridge Herald or Crighton Studio, of Indigenous peoples in traditional attire including the following individuals: Jim Shot Both Sides; Yvonne Pelletier; Walter Bastien; Joe Crow Shoe; Julius English; Pat Bad Eagle; Jim Morning Bull; Albert Little Mustache; George Calling Last; Nathan Many Feathers; Wings; John Yellowhorn; Bob Tail Chief; Chief Body; Jim Shot Both Sides with Indian Affairs officials. The fonds also includes several clippings related to health services for First Nations in Alberta dating from the 1960s and 1970s as well as photographs of various Indigenous peoples across Alberta and the Territories: the interior of an igloo at Kuugjuaq (Perry River), Nunavut; Walking Buffalo seated near a tipi; an octogenarian at Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut; a young boy at a camp at Contwoyto Lake, Nunavut; a church at Kingaok (Bathurst Inlet); Father P. Henry at Qikiqtaq (King William Island), Nunavut; Louise Falls at Xátł'odehchee (Hay River), Northwest Territories; Inuit people hauling in a whale; Inuit children sampling whale blubber being hung to dry; and a flock of 2400 reindeer near White Point, Nunavut.

              This fonds also contains 3 files of material on the Blood [Kainai First Nation] and Peigan [Piikani Nation] from southern Alberta

              Carley, C.H.
              Dorothy Arliss-Andrews fonds
              PR1442 · Fonds · [ca. 1918]-1932

              Fonds consists of photographs depicting various people, buildings and events in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta including the Legislature buildings, Calgary Stampede, parades, a Sarcee reserve, the Western Ski Championship, an ice carnival, a reception for Lord Byng, Royal North West Mounted Police officers, First Nations men and women, and street views. Fonds also includes a photograph and obituary for Major Leon Charles Eckenfelder, a memorial article about Vernor W. Smith, and books of poetry written by W.V. Newson.

              Arliss-Andrews, Dorothy
              PR1956 · Fonds · Copied 1978

              The fonds consists of Imperial Oil related images, dating from the early part of the 20th century, and includes images of the Dingman oil site near Turner Valley, oil seepages, work crews, a train car, a cable-car, members of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation, George MacAdams and George Sheppard, who both worked for the Brazeau Forest Reserve, pack horses, log cabins, Indigenous dwellings, the Brazeau train station, a coal mine and members on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation Reserve at Morley, Alberta.

              Esso Resources Canada Limited
              F. Morris Flewwelling fonds
              PR1008 · Fonds · 1917-1972, predominant 1960-1972

              Fonds consists of the personal records of F. Morris Flewwelling and includes programmes from various orchestral and theatrical productions performed in Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta, and includes the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra's newsletter, Encore, and the Calgary Philharmonic Society's newsletter, Bravura. Fonds also includes souvenir pamphlets from Alix and Banff, Alberta, a copied newspaper clipping about singer Elena Nikolaidi, various Alberta Department of Education departmental examinations, Province of Alberta Centennial Bulletins, negatives depicting an orchestra, children, musicians and musical instruments, and copied photographs dating 1916 that depict the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, including a parade, various events, and First Nations people, including Blackfoot Chief Yellow Horse.

              Flewwelling, F. Morris
              Father Levern photograph
              PR3388 · Item · [1910 or 1911]
              Part of Provincial Archives of Alberta discrete items collection

              The photo depicts Father Levern in a horse-drawn buggy. It is identified as having been created in either 1910 or 1911. Father Jean-Louis Levern (1871-1960) was a Catholic missionary who lived amongst the Siksika and Kainai Nations for the duration of his seminary career (1900-1960). He translated many works into the Siksika language, taught at residential schools, and was awarded an honourary doctorate in law from the University of Alberta in 1955. He was also awarded the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice medal by the Catholic Church in the same year.

              Fern Gully fonds
              PR2487 · Fonds · 1944-1965

              The fonds consists of nine photographs capturing the Siksika Tabbaco Society ceremony in Gleichen, Alberta in 1944 taken by Fern Gully.

              Gully, Fern
              PR2404 · Collection · copied 1993

              The collection consists of photographs of First Nations Peoples of the Fort Macleod region including images of individuals, dwellings, rites and ceremonies, modes of transportation, and farming. The photographs date from ca. 1910 - 1920.

              Fort Macleod Historical Association
              Frank E. Schoonover fonds
              PR1970 · Fonds · [190-?]

              The fonds consists of photographs most likely primarily from the Macleod area of Alberta and includes images of First Nations men, women and children, teepees, horses, Royal North West Mounted Police, barracks, parades, as well as an image of Edmonton’s Main Street in 1907.

              Schoonover, Frank E.
              Frank W. Bell fonds
              PR0686 · Fonds · 1915-1916

              Fonds consists of photographs in the Wainwright, Alberta area of buffalo in Wainwright Park, Wainwright Main Street, an Orangemen celebration, a car, and Chief of the Stony Indians.

              Bell, Frank W.
              Fraser family fonds
              PR0155 · Fonds · 1861-1971

              Fonds consists of business and personal records of the Fraser family including financial records, correspondence, photographs, photograph albums, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, postcards, books and a map. The fonds has been divided into the following series: Henry Fraser records; Robert Fraser records; and Tommy Fraser records.

              The records include correspondence and study reports relevant to scrip and the broader Department of Indian Affairs. Scrapbooks compiled by Emilie Fraser contain multiple images from the Treaty 7 commemorations in 1977 and the royal visit.

              Fraser family
              Harold McIntosh Kidd fonds
              PR1528 · Fonds · 1913-1937, predominantly 1918

              The fonds consists of a postcard of Nakoda people with a tipi and views of the mountains near Banff, Alberta, and photographs from Nordegg, Alberta of trains, the train station, buildings, stores, street scenes, a dogsled, religious services, Indigenous peoples and ceremonies, Harold Kidd and Harold’s brother, Stuart Kidd.

              Kidd, Harold McIntosh
              H.D. Browne fonds
              PR0239 · Fonds · 1907-1911

              Fonds consists of photographs depicting various scenes around Alberta in the early 1900s.

              Browne, H.D.
              Helen Averill fonds
              PR0579 · Fonds · Copied 1972

              Fonds consists of photographs depicting the Welsh family and various people, buildings, and views in the Millarville, Alberta area dating ca. 1890-1914.

              Averill, Helen
              James Apikoke fonds
              PR2914 · Fonds · Copied [ca. 1967]

              The fonds consists of copied images featuring a portrait of James Apikoke circa 1915. The photographer remains unidentified.

              Apikoke, James
              James McCook fonds
              PR3353 · Fonds · 1931-1965

              The fonds consists of photos depicting events associated with the Calgary Stampede, Kananaskis, Albertan pioneers, pioneer cemeteries, historic sites in Calgary and in other places in Alberta, and members of First Nations. The records also contain clippings, notes, and booklets giving contextual information to the photographs.

              McCook, James
              Joe Christensen fonds
              PR2381 · Fonds · [1940]

              The fonds consists of images featuring First Nations Peoples of the Wayne, Alberta region dating from the 1940s taken by Joe Christensen.

              Christensen, Joe
              John J. Martin fonds
              PR0425 · Fonds · Copied 1970

              Fonds consists records dating 1888-1968 and includes a reminiscence by John J. Martin about pioneering in the Rosebud-Gleichen area of Alberta, a history of the Severn Creek School District No. 852 in Rosebud, and photographs depicting various people and views of the Rosebud-Gleichen area.

              Martin, John J.
              Lucien Mason Hanks fonds
              PR2935 · Fonds · Copied [ca. 1965]

              The fonds consists of images featuring residents of the Siksika Reserve in Gleichen, Alberta taken by Lucien Mason Hanks in 1922.

              Hanks, Lucien Mason
              Max E. Runions fonds
              PR1118 · Fonds · Copied 1975

              Fonds consists of copied photographs dating 1906 to circa (ca.) 1915 which depict a number of images at Banff and Calgary, Alberta including students of Calgary Public School, the Central Methodist Church interior and exterior, an automobile, boats, canoes, a Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) camp at Banff, horse and carriages, a Dominion Exhibition parade, First Nations men, women and children, a dirigible balloon, tennis and other sport players, and the interior of E. Runions Brokerage Office.

              Runions, Max E.
              PR3103 · Collection · Copied 1970, Copied 1972, Copied 1973, Copied 1974

              The collection consists of copies of photographs acquired from the Medicine Hat Historical and Museum Foundation featuring views of the Medicine Hat area dating from the late 19th century and the early part of the 20th century including views of Medicine Hat, Bassano, Irvine, Farmers' Lumber Co. Ltd, Metis women, Connaught School, a milling company, Medicine Hat Crayon Company, a fire at the Alberta Linseed Oil Mills, Medicine Hat Glass Company, a court house, agricultural machinery, agricultural activities, Captain Ross' steam launch, flour mills, a baptism, a Canadian Pacific Railway Train, cowboys, First Nations, a pottery barn, pioneers, a football team, St. John's Presbyterian Church, surveyor's camps, and Canadian National Railway Depots. The collection also includes images featuring Hudson's Bay Company Factors.

              Medicine Hat Historical and Museum Foundation
              Mike Eagle Bear fonds
              PR2557 · Fonds · 1895 - 1927

              The fonds consists of photographs taken in Banff at the Highland Games in 1927 including images featuring Bison, Kainai [Kainai First Nation] dwellings, Kainai drummers, a ring and arrow game behind the Banff Springs Hotel, a parade of Kainai warriors, and a hand guessing game. The fonds also includes a photograph of Mr. R.N. Wilson, an Indian agent in the early part of the 20th century in Alberta, and a photograph of Mrs. R.N. Wilson.

              Eagle Bear, Mike
              PR3248 · Fonds · [193-]-[199-]

              Fonds consists of unfinished pastel portraits by Nicholas de Grandmaison, negatives and photographs by Nicholas de Grandmaison consisting mainly of portrait sitters, brief biographies of portrait subjects, condition reports on many of the portraits with accompanying photographs, family home movies by Nicholas de Grandmaison, art brochures, Christmas cards made by de Grandmaison family members, and audio cassettes of family reminiscences, family meetings and CBC radio programs about Nicholas de Grandmaison.

              de Grandmaison, Nicholas
              Patricia Gordon fonds
              PR2425 · Fonds · 1965

              The fonds consists of 5 petrogylph rubbings taken from Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park in 1965 by Patricia Gordon.

              Gordon, Patricia
              Policing the Plains
              PR3999 · Item · [before 1978]
              Part of Provincial Archives of Alberta discrete items collection

              The photograph from the production of the film “Policing the Plains” depicts about 15 people on horseback (some Indigenous and some police), with the nearer parts of the photo less blurry than the further. There is also a tipi in the background of the photo.

              On the back of the photo is the following caption: “July 1924 Western Picture Co. Vancouver Motion Picture. ‘Policing the Plains. Director & Producer A. Kean, white shirt & cowboy hat. Next actor portraying Jerry Potts. Left policeman C. Edgar. Scene – taking main pole of Sundance Lodge from river bottom to the dance site.”

              Policy the Plains, Western Pictures Company
              PR3930 · Collection · [18--]-[19--]

              The collection consists of a photo montage of the 1911 class of Edmonton High School, photographs of George Stovel and his hardware store, threshing scenes, and a portrait of William Mold in military uniform.

              The collection also consists of 11 photographs of cattle branding at the CY Ranch on the Piikani Reserve, 1955.

              Unknown donor
              R. N. Wilson fonds
              PR0603 · Fonds · Copied 1972-1993

              Fonds consists of photographs and copied photographs taken by R.N. Wilson depicting petroglyphs in Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park in Milk River, Alberta, dated ca. 1895, and a copy of R.N. Wilson's diary dating 1881-1888.

              Wilson, R.N.
              Samuel Trivett fonds
              PR3145 · Fonds · [Copied 1970 (originally created 190?)]

              The fonds consists of images dating from the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th related to Samuel Trivett's work for the Anglican Church and features First Nations Burials, Samuel Trivett, St. Paul's Mission School and Residences, Crowfoot, Sitting on an Eagles Tail, Three Bulls, Jean L'Heureux, Red Crow, Sergeant W. Piercy, a tepee, the Sun Dance, and members of the Northwest Mounted Police.

              Trivett, Samuel
              Sheila Hall collection
              PR1700 · Collection · [Copied between 1933 and 1970]

              The collection consists of reproduction photographs of images originally dating circa (ca.) 1895 from the Siksika First Nation Reserve at Gleichen, North-West Territories, by photographers R.H. Trueman & Co. and N. Caple & Co., both of Vancouver, British Columbia, and a photograph dating ca. 1950 of Siksika people at Gleichen, Alberta by Vern Kent of the Visual Education Branch of the Saskatchewan Department of Education.

              Hall, Sheila
              PR3959 · Collection · [19--?]

              The collection consists of 7 black and white photographs of unidentified members of the Siksika Nation and 1 colour photograph of blankets.

              Unknown donor
              PR3947 · Collection · 1967

              The collection consists of photographs of a Siksika Sun Dance ceremony held near Cardston, AB in 1967.

              Unknown donor
              PR4005 · Collection · 1977

              This collection includes 53 colour transparencies and 5 colour prints depicting the arrival of Prince Charles and the commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of the signing of Treaty 7. This ceremony took place from July 7-9, 1977 on the Blackfoot Reserve at Cluny, Alberta. The transparencies depict various dignitaries, politicians, and First Nation Chiefs.

              The images depict then Prince Charles’ arrival at the Calgary, Alberta Airport, other dignitaries and the ceremonies themselves, as well as the crowd and the re-enactments. These slides photos are largely labeled with the names of those present and the dates of the events.

              This collection also includes an invitation to the Treaty 7 Commemoration Ceremony printed by the Government of Alberta (titled “A Century of Trust”) and two copies of a folding invitation to the ceremony printed by the Blackfoot Confederacy. In addition, there is an envelope with a ticket to the ceremony and two different commemoration programmes.

              Halligan-Baker, Patricia
              PR2852 · Collection · [Copied 1966]

              The collection consists of a variety of copied images including photographs featuring maps of the areas of Fort Garry, Fort Ellice, Fort Pitt, Fort Edmonton, the Yellowhead Pass, the North Saskatchewan River, and Fort McMurray dating from the 1880s; photographic copies of certificates and correspondence related to Col. Francis Mewburn dating from 1776 to 1880; photographs of the Lethbridge area featuring images of railways, dwellings, minters, engines, businesses such as H. Bentley and Co., T. Botterill Hardware, and members of the Blood Nation dating from the 1880s; photographs of Medicine Hat featuring a hospital and the Lady Aberdeen's Women's Hospital dating from 1894; images of Saskatchewan including a carbonizing and briguetting plant; photographs of the University of Alberta and the Edmonton area including images of campus residences, the Royal Alexandra Hospital, the University Hospital, classes of students, St. Joseph's College, CKUA Radio Station, farm buildings, the Oliver Institute, and First Nations dating from the 1920s.

              University of Alberta
              PR3938 · Collection · [ca. 1910]

              The collection consists of photographs of a Siksika medicine lodge, ranching, the laying of the cornerstone of the Alberta Legislature, the hospital of Grande Prairie, bison in Banff National Park, Vegreville school, and other sites in Alberta.

              Unknown donor
              William Henry Noakes fonds
              PR2698 · Fonds · [ca. 1920 - 1929]

              The fonds consists of four photographs featuring First Nations Peoples from the Fort MacLeod, Alberta area. The photographs were taken by William Henry Noakes in the 1920s.

              Noakes, William Henry
              Winifred Day fonds
              PR2554 · Fonds · Copied 1969

              The fonds consists of copies of photographs of Chief Crow Foot and Chief Dick Bad Boy taken at the Calgary Stampede by Winifred Day during her honeymoon in 1923.

              Day, Winifred
              W.J. Oliver fonds
              PR2948 · Fonds · 1924

              The fonds consists of a photograph featuring the Calgary Stampede in 1924 by W. J. Oliver. The fonds also includes a lithograph print by W.J. Oliver featuring RCMP officers and Chief James Starlight, a Tsuut'ina First Nation Chief, meeting at the 50th Calgary Exhibition and Stampede in conjunction with the Diamond Jubilee of the arrival of police in Calgary.

              Oliver, W.J.