IRG_Treaty 7

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          7 Archival description results for IRG_Treaty 7

          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
          Blood Indian Agency fonds
          PR0402 · Fonds · 1906-1934

          Fonds consists of records produced by the [Kainai First Nation] Blood Indian Agencies at Fort MacLeod and Cardston, and include correspondence to and from the Department of Indian Affairs (Canada), supply lists, goods tenders, vouchers, a list of destitute Indigenous persons, and a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) report concerning a destitute Indigenous person. There are also records of employee returns, services records and charges, and other assorted financial records created by and for the Standoff Hospital.

          Canada. Dept of Indian Affairs. Blood Indian Agency
          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.
          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
          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