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            Arch MacKinnon fonds
            PR1690 · Fonds · 1915-1988

            The fonds consists of images predominantly from the Cadomin area of hockey players, bands, horses, rivers, the Matheson and Clyburn families, bridges, parades, waterfalls, a mine shaft, trains, blacksmiths, tractors, farm machinery, students, and World War Two soldiers and marching band and Navy Trainees at the Galt Aircraft School.

            MacKinnon, Arch
            G. S. Charlesworth fonds
            PR1301 · Fonds · 1918-1924

            The fonds consists of two photograph albums containing 131 photographs from across Alberta including Peace River, Grande Prairie, Brulé, Red Willow Valley, Pouce Coupe, Spirit River, Jasper National Park, Crowsnest Pass; images include surveyors, camps, horses, views of various towns, buildings, creeks and rivers, Alberta-British Columbia boundary markers, mountains, water falls, riverboats, and the Provincial Mental Hospital at Ponoka and its nurses.

            Charlesworth, Gerald S.
            Rocky Mountains home movie

            Item is one 16mm colour silent film of home movie footage filmed in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, 8 minutes 20 seconds in length. Footage includes lakes, mountains and glaciers in the Lake Louise area, Chateau Lake Louise, Moraine Lake Lodge, Canadian Pacific Railroad Spiral Tunnels at Kicking Horse Pass with train (three steam engines), Takakkaw Falls and Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park, Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman (RCMP) and woman outside RCMP building in [Banff] , and black bears beside cars. People from an unknown family, principally a woman, appear from a distance in various scenes. Good footage of glaciers showing size and locations in 1948.

            Waldegrave, Andrew