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Maud Grice-Hutchinson fonds

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Maud Grice-Hutchinson fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of 83 lantern slides and accompanying lecture notes. Topics include pack trains, camps, activities and scenic views, Banff and Jasper National Parks and areas. Documents include a handwritten script made by Maud Grice-Hutchinson to accompany the slides and a photocopied copy of the B…
Date Range
1936
Reference Code
M554 / V7
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Transparency
Lantern slide
Textual record
Private record
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Maud Grice-Hutchinson fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
M 554
V 7
Sous-Fonds
M 554
V 7
Accession Number
3259
Reference Code
M554 / V7
GMD
Transparency
Lantern slide
Textual record
Private record
Date Range
1936
Physical Description
83 lantern slides: b&w, colour ; 8.2 x 8.2 cm
0.5 cm textual records
History / Biographical
Maud Grice-Hutchinson, of Cheltenham, England, and her husband, Reverend Canon Rowan E. Grice-Hutchinson, lived in Sorrento, BC, from 1913-1916 and again from 1919-1923. During World War I the couple returned to England where Maud served as Commandant for the veteran's hospital on her father's estate, Boddington Manor (Gloucester, UK), and Rowan as a Military Chaplain. Maud and Rowan moved back to Boddington permanently in 1962 when she inherited the estate. A mountain at the north-west end of Shuswap Lake (between the Anstey and Seymour Arms) was named Mount Grice-Hutchinson in 1978 after the Reverend. On July 9, 1936, Maud, her sister Violet Seeley, and Mary Diana Buckle arrived in Canada after having taken a ship over from Liverpool. They stayed at the Kananaskis Ranch from 4-7 August before starting on their trip. They had four guides and twelve pack horses to make the 300 mile (483 kilometer) trip to Jasper. Notes about the trip written by Maud later mention locations like the Red Deer River and White Rabbit Pass before arriving at the Saskatechewan River. After that, she names the Snow Dome Glacier, the Columbia Icefield, and Nigel Pass before arriving in Jasper. The four guides in her notes are named Edie Rowe, Edie Fraser, Smoky, and Chet [possibly Chet Ogan, a guide who worked for the Brewster family out of the Kananaskis Ranch in the 1930's].
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of 83 lantern slides and accompanying lecture notes. Topics include pack trains, camps, activities and scenic views, Banff and Jasper National Parks and areas. Documents include a handwritten script made by Maud Grice-Hutchinson to accompany the slides and a photocopied copy of the Brewster family's Kananaskis Ranch guestbook page 63, dated August 1936.
Notes
Not all images were taken by Grice-Hutchinson - some bear manufacturers' labels and were most likely purchased after the pack trip.
Name Access
Grice-Hutchinson, Maud
Subject Access
Banff National Park
Exploration, discovery and travel
Jasper National Park
Pack trips
Sports, recreation and leisure
Access Restrictions
No restrictions on access
Public domain (other restrictions may apply)
Language
English
Conservation
Touch up binding tape where needed.
Creator
Grice-Hutchinson, Maud
Category
Exploration, discovery and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Biographical Source Notes
Accession record
https://www.kootenayanglican.ca/grice-hutchinson
https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/glos/vol8/pp188-196#anchorn114
http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/3210.html
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
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Rev. Larry Scott fonds

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Rev. Larry Scott fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of 49 lantern slides; subject matter pertaining to psalms, Christmas carols, financial report on the Banff Red Cross. There are 3 slides included that contain either typed or handwritten text on top of coloured photographs: PS-39 consists of a Christmas carol printed over an areal ph…
Date Range
ca.1955
Reference Code
V774
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Lantern slide
Transparency
  49 images  
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Rev. Larry Scott fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
V 774
Sous-Fonds
V 774
Accession Number
6441
Reference Code
V774
GMD
Lantern slide
Transparency
Date Range
ca.1955
Physical Description
49 photographs : b&w slides ; 10 x 8 cm
History / Biographical
Lantern slides were used for education, entertainment, and administrative purposes. Lantern slide shows were held in the home, classrooms, public halls, and theatres. Lantern slides were manufactured by companies to be sold in sets in order to tell a certain story, or made by individuals for their own purposes. These homemade slides could be made with a variety of techniques, but the easiest was to write (or draw) directly onto a piece of glass and seal it with a transparent lacquer or another piece of glass and then wrap the edges in binding tape. Another simple homemade method was to print text onto cellophane or translucent wax paper with a typewriter and then place the slip between 2 panes of glass and bind it. This was a useful method for churches in possession of magic lanterns to display lyrics to hymns and carols, as well as specific Bible verses, on the wall during a sermon or other community events. Homemade slides were also useful for administrative purposes. By writing directly onto a piece of glass with India ink or special slide paint, organizations could display figures, expenditures, or any other pertinent details during meetings.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of 49 lantern slides; subject matter pertaining to psalms, Christmas carols, financial report on the Banff Red Cross. There are 3 slides included that contain either typed or handwritten text on top of coloured photographs: PS-39 consists of a Christmas carol printed over an areal photo of the Chateau Lake Louise. PS-48 is a hand-written pslam over a photo of an unknown island. PS-49 is a typed Christmas carol over a photo of an unknown mountain peak.
Notes
A square cardboard box was also included with the slides, it held single-pane hand-written slides pertaining to Red Cross and church inventories, expenditures, and other administrative details. The box has what is probably a manufacturer's label on the lid, almost the entirety of which is obscured by a thick piece of brown tape that was used to hold the box closed (the tape was broken prior to accession). Written on the tape is "Cover Glasses 01" in pencil. The box was in poor condition with many joints broken, it was discarded. Donation also included a magic lantern, held in artifacts (105.05.1036 a,b).
Name Access
Scott, Larry
Subject Access
Religions
Family and personal life
Community life
Access Restrictions
No restrictions on access
Copyright, privacy, commercial use and other restrictions may apply
Language
Language is English
Conservation
PS-36 glass panes replaced. Slide text is printed on transparent plastic, this slip was removed from the original broken glass housing, digitally scanned, and placed in 2 new pieces of glass. No binding tape available, the new slide is held together with flat string and placed in non-acidic paper.
PS-26 to PS-35 are single panes of glass with hand-written text that require delicate cleaning.
All glass panes, not including the text sides of PS-26 to PS-35 were cleaned.
Creator
Scott, Larry Rev.
Biographical Source Notes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KetpE7oNXd4
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Processing Status
Unprocessed
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Canadian Pacific Railway fonds

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Canadian Pacific Railway fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of visual and texual material pertaining to the Canadian Pacific Railway and its holdings. Visual material conists of two series. Series I: lantern slides, Series II: prints. Textual material consists of two series. Series I: organizational records, Series II: the 1942 film "Canadian…
Date Range
[ca.1900-1950]
Reference Code
M584 / V782
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Photograph
Transparency
Lantern slide
Print
Organization record
Textual record
Part Of
Canadian Pacific Railway fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
M584 / V782
Sous-Fonds
V782
Accession Number
303, 304, 625, 1471, 1086, 1544, 3288, 3502, 6740, 7071, 2014.8366, 2021.18
Reference Code
M584 / V782
GMD
Photograph
Transparency
Lantern slide
Print
Organization record
Textual record
Date Range
[ca.1900-1950]
Physical Description
69 b&w lantern slides, 5 cm of textual records, ca. 309 prints : b&w ; 27.9 x 20.3 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of visual and texual material pertaining to the Canadian Pacific Railway and its holdings. Visual material conists of two series. Series I: lantern slides, Series II: prints. Textual material consists of two series. Series I: organizational records, Series II: the 1942 film "Canadian Pacific" screenplay and associated documents. Visual material includes black and white lantern slides and black and white prints depicting various scenes pertaining to travelling on the Canadian Pacific Railway and depict dining rooms, scnes involving trains and mountains, farming scenes and fields, people in train cars, various cities and towns, figures in natural landscapes, horses and horseback riding, mountains, waterfalls, skiing, ships, CP hotels, and other grand buildings [across Canada] such as Notre Dame Cathedral in Montreal. Textual material includes paper reports [some compiled by Canadian Pacific Hotels Architectural Engineer Ed Steel] detailing various construction and/or renovation projects for hotels, lodges, tea houses, bugalow camps, huts, and backcountry lodges throughout the Canadian Rockies as well as records pertaining to CP hotels in the Canadian Rockies, and the screenplay for "Canadian Pacific."
Notes
Slides were stored in rectangular wood box with leather handle on top, and metal handle at one end. White label that says “Lyon & Turnbull 432 04 February 2009” on lid of the box. Old, peeling, and stained label on top under handle, illegible. Faded, peeling labels on front, some words legible: “from the Canadian Pacific…” 2 stained and water damaged labels detached from box appear to be English shipping labels.“10” stamped in black on both ends of box. Stamped in black on rear of box: “Canadian Pacific Rly Co. 62 to 65 Charing Cross, London, S.W. 1. “3” engraved on upper rim of box. Box is divided into 3 sections with removable wood separators, small pieces of felt line 2 sections of the box.
Name Access
Canadian Pacific Railway
Subject Access
Buildings
Buildings and facilities
Camps
Construction
Environment
Huts
Tourism
Trains
Transportation
Geographic Access
Banff National Park
Jasper National Park
Yoho National Park
Glacier
Alberta
British Columbia
Canada
Language
Language is English
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Prints and some textual records absorbed from old records V121 and M48. Lantern slides donated to the Whyte Museum by Dr. William and Mrs. Wynn Bensen. The slides were purchased by the Bensens from Lyon and Turnbull in Scotland.
Processing Status
Processed
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Jean A. Hembroff MacDonald fonds

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Jean A. Hembroff MacDonald fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of three sous-fonds: M573 / V797 / S60. M573 consists of three series, 26 cm of textual records, 1924-2005. Series I: Personal Papers, 19 cm, ca.1930-2005 (including notebooks and drafts of various talks that Jean delivered and records related to her participation in the Trail Rider…
Date Range
ca.1908-ca.2011
Reference Code
M573 / V797 / S60
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Photograph
Photograph print
Private record
Published record
Newspaper clipping
Transparency
Textual record
Sound recording
Lantern slide
Part Of
Jean A. Hembroff MacDonald fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
M573 / V797 / S60
Sous-Fonds
M573
V797
S60
Accession Number
2019.111
Reference Code
M573 / V797 / S60
GMD
Photograph
Photograph print
Private record
Published record
Newspaper clipping
Transparency
Textual record
Sound recording
Lantern slide
Date Range
ca.1908-ca.2011
Physical Description
26 cm of textual records.-- 109 photographs (42 prints, 67 lantern slides). -- 2 sound recordings.
History / Biographical
Jean Alexandra Hembroff was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on April 5, 1908 to Walter B. Hembroff (d. 1945) and Sarah Jane Hembroff (d.1952). Jean was accepted to the MacPhail School of Music and Dramatic Art at the University of Minnesota, from which she graduated in 1927. She returned to Winnipeg to begin teaching courses in speech arts and drama. To establish herself, she first volunteered as the "story lady" at the Williams Avenue Public Library and quickly became known as an excellent speaker sought by many different organizations. She taught at St. Mary's Academy and the Evening Institute at the University of Manitoba, as well as offered private sessions. Many of her students used the skills they learned from Jean as they entered radio, television, politics, and business. Jean was also very active in organizing and adjucating Speech Arts festivals in Manitoba, often going to inaccessible places to give workshops. Her teaching, broadcasting, adjucating, coaching, and speaking career spanned more than 50 years. Jean was hired by the Canadian Pacific Railway's promotions manager to give presentations and broadcast interviews across Canada and the United States. In 1937, Jean joined the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies and participated in their summer trail ride in the same year. For that year's issue of the Trail Rider's Bulletin Jean wrote an article - and became the first woman to ever do so. In 1938, during her lecture titled "Trail Riding in the Rockies" on January 18, 1938 at the Royal Alexandra Hotel, Jean met John David (Jack) MacDonald. Jack and Jean were married on June 18, 1938, and the couple had one son, Bruce Walter James MacDonald (August 28, 1946-August 25, 2016). Jean participated in several trail rides with the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies and the Sky Line Trail, and produced articles reflecting her experiences. Jean loved to travel and visited places all around Canada and the United States, Borneo, Tangier, Montevideo, Stockholm, New Delhi, and Tonga. At the age of 102, Jean passed away on February 2, 2011 and is buried in Winnipeg.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of three sous-fonds: M573 / V797 / S60.
M573 consists of three series, 26 cm of textual records, 1924-2005. Series I: Personal Papers, 19 cm, ca.1930-2005 (including notebooks and drafts of various talks that Jean delivered and records related to her participation in the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies and the Sky Line Hikers of the Canadian Rockies, particularly 1937-1939). Series II: Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings, 4 cm, 1924-2000 (including correspondence with John Murray Gibbon, former students, and attendees at various talks, as well as newspaper articles that Jean wrote about various subjects and articles of her achievements). Series III: Collected Materials and Ephemera, 3 cm, ca.1930-1950 (including a variety of collected poems and ephemera, as well as a copy of The Beaver Magazine from 1940, for which Jean wrote an article titled "On the Trail of Sir George").
V797 consists of two series, 24.5 cm of visual records, ca.1928-1939. Series I: Photograph Prints, 3 cm, ca.1928-1939 (includes personal photographs of Jean and her family and friends as well as photographs of Jean and Jack's visit to Lake Louise in 1939). Series II: Lantern Slides, 21.5 cm, ca.1937-1939 (Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies official ride of 1937 to Mt. Assiniboine; Sky Line Hikers of the Canadian Rockies official ride of 1939 to Ptarmigan Valley and Skoki; collection of trail ride songs).
S60 consists of two sound recordings, 1 cm, 2004 and 2007 (Winnipeg at Christmas, narrated by Jean, broadcasted on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation).
Notes
Lantern slides include wooden case.
Name Access
Hembroff MacDonald, Jean
Subject Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Camps
Canadian Pacific Railway
Discovery and travel
Discovery and exploration
Empress Hotel
European travel
Family and personal life
Guides
Hiking
Horse packing
Horses
Horseback riding
Kananaskis Ranch
Lake Louise
Lantern slide
Mount Assiniboine
Mountain
Organizations
Personal and Professional Life
Photography
Poetry
Scenery
Skyline Hikers of the Canadian Rockies
Skyline Trail Hikers of the Canadian Rockies
Sports and recreation
Sunshine area
Trails
Trail guides
Tourism
Travel
Travel and Exploration
Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies
Women
Geographic Access
Assiniboine
Alberta
Banff
Banff National Park
British Columbia
Canada
Canadian Rocky Mountains
Ireland
Kananaskis Country
Lake Louise
Lake O'Hara
Manitoba
Mount Assiniboine
Rocky Mountains
Victoria
West Indies
Winnipeg
Reproduction Restrictions
Some restriction/s on access
Copyright, privacy, commercial use and other restrictions may apply
Language
English
Creator
Hembroff MacDonald, Jean
Category
Arts
Education
Exploration, discovery and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Biographical Source Notes
Contents of the fonds
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/122854759/jean-alexandra-macdonald
https://passages.winnipegfreepress.com/passage-details/id-174851/MACDONALD_JEAN
https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/winnipeg-mb/bruce-macdonald-7064958
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Lecture Lantern Slides

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Part Of
Archives General File Collection
Scope & Content
File consists of a wide-ranging selection of lantern slide views from across western Canada; industry, settlement, first nations, recreation, scenic views. Set was probably a travel and/or settlement promotion lecture series.
Date Range
[ca.1920]
Reference Code
V8 / 6108 / PS - 1 to PS - 88
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Transparency
Lantern slide
  88 images     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Archives General File Collection
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M8 / V8 / S8
Series
Accession Number: 6108
Sous-Fonds
V8
Accession Number
6108
Reference Code
V8 / 6108 / PS - 1 to PS - 88
GMD
Transparency
Lantern slide
Date Range
[ca.1920]
Physical Description
88 photographs : b&w and col. slides ; 10.2 x 8.5 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
File consists of a wide-ranging selection of lantern slide views from across western Canada; industry, settlement, first nations, recreation, scenic views. Set was probably a travel and/or settlement promotion lecture series.
Name Access
Lantern slide lecture
Subject Access
Exploration, discovery and travel
Land, settlement and immigration
Education
Access Restrictions
No restrictions on access
Public domain (other restrictions may apply)
Language
Language is English
Conservation
Replace binding tape where needed. All slides cleaned prior to scanning.
Category
Exploration, discovery and travel
Land, settlement and immigration
Title Source
Title describes probable original use of material
Processing Status
Processed
Electronic Resources

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Movie Theatre Lantern Slides

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Part Of
Archives General File Collection
Scope & Content
File consists of lantern slides used in Banff movie theatre. Includes announcements and advertisements.
Date Range
[ca.1915]
Reference Code
V8 / 2860 / PS - 1 to PS - 42
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Lantern slide
Transparency
  43 images  
Part Of
Archives General File Collection
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M8 / V8 / S8
Series
Accession Number: 2860
Sous-Fonds
V8
Accession Number
2860
Reference Code
V8 / 2860 / PS - 1 to PS - 42
GMD
Lantern slide
Transparency
Date Range
[ca.1915]
Physical Description
42 photographs : b&w and col. slides ; 10 x 8.2 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
Lantern slides were regularly used in movie theatres into the 1930's to advertise upcoming films, mark intermissions, encourage viewers to visit the conession stand, and provide general announcements. Slides could be provided by the studio with official film images or promotions - more often they were handmade title slides featuring simple images and text.
Scope & Content
File consists of lantern slides used in Banff movie theatre. Includes announcements and advertisements.
Notes
PS-37 contains typed text on clear celullose between two panes of glass bound with clear tape. The celullose insert is badly discoloured and warped, the text is badly faded. The text reads "BANKHEAD VETERANS CLUB A GENERAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS WILL BE HELD IN THE CLUB ROOMS RIGHT AFTER THIS SHOW."
Name Access
Lux Cinema
Movie theatre
Subject Access
Cinema
Arts
Access Restrictions
No restrictions on access
Public domain (other restrictions may apply)
Language
English
Conservation
All slides cleaned prior to scanning. Single-pane handwritten slides require delicate cleaning around the text.
Finding Aid
Finding aids and reference tools: basic description
Creator
Lux Cinema
Category
Arts
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Lillian Gest fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to colour transparencies of various backcountry trips throughout the Rocky Mountains.
Date Range
1951-1954
Reference Code
V225 / II / C / NS 6 - 1 to 843
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Lantern slide
Transparency
  2 images  
Part Of
Lillian Gest fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M67 / S36 / V225
Series
II.C. Activities / photography
Sous-Fonds
V225
Accession Number
5142
Reference Code
V225 / II / C / NS 6 - 1 to 843
GMD
Lantern slide
Transparency
Date Range
1951-1954
Physical Description
843 transparencies : colour.
History / Biographical
See fonds level description
Scope & Content
File pertains to colour transparencies of various backcountry trips throughout the Rocky Mountains.
Notes
Titles in box: Lake Louise; Kellogg trip; O'Hara Camp; Skyline Hike. Pertain to Merion, Pennsylvania; Banff Springs Hotel; Vermilion Lakes; Lake Louise; Chateau Lake Louise; Kicking Horse Tea Room; wildflowers; Lake O'Hara region, including Opabin Pass and Mount Schaffer; Skyline Trail Hikers hikes and camps ((Aylmer Pass 1951 and Simpson Pass 1952); wildlife; Bow Lake; Mount Assiniboine area; Wonder Pass; Columbia Icefield; Moraine Lake; Mount Stephen; Jasper National Park, including Maligne Lake and Mount Edith Cavell; ACC camp, Hooker Icefield; ice caves and ice falls; pack trains; Waterton Lakes National Park, including Prince of Wales Hotel; Jasper Park Lodge; Calgary Stampede; Banff Indian Days; Yellowstone National Park; Dinosaur National Park, U.S.; Lillian Gest, friends and associates, including B.H.G., Sig[?], Elizabeth and John Brett, Walter Perren, Polly Prescott, Kay Prescott, Eric Brooks, Helen Bolles, Hal Kellog, Charlie Hunter and Harry Green. -- Some slides missing; most explained in notebook SL II (M67/51).
Name Access
Gest, Lillian
Subject Access
Activities
Alpine Club of Canada
Banff Indian Days
Calgary Stampede
Camps
Chateau Lake Louise
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Horse packing
Jasper Park Lodge
Leisure
Mountains
Prince of Wales Hotel
Skyline Hikers of the Canadian Rockies
Geographic Access
Lake Louise
Vermilion Lakes
Lake O'Hara
Mount Assiniboine
Moraine Lake
Maligne Lake
Banff National Park
Jasper National Park
Waterton National Park
Alberta
British Columbia
Canada
Language
NA
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Banff Lantern Slides

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Part Of
Archives General File Collection
Scope & Content
Series consists of 4 lantern slides. Slides are views of the Banff Hot Springs, Banff Avenue with Cascade Mountain, Devil's Lake, and the city of Calgary.
Date Range
[c. 1890]
Reference Code
V8 / 7919 / PS - 1 to PS - 4
Description Level
3 / Series
GMD
Transparency
Lantern slide
  4 images  
Part Of
Archives General File Collection
Description Level
3 / Series
Fonds Number
M8 / V8 / S8
Series
Accession Number : 7919
Sous-Fonds
V8
Accession Number
7919
Reference Code
V8 / 7919 / PS - 1 to PS - 4
GMD
Transparency
Lantern slide
Date Range
[c. 1890]
Physical Description
4 photographs : b&w slides ; 8.2 x 8.2 cm
Scope & Content
Series consists of 4 lantern slides. Slides are views of the Banff Hot Springs, Banff Avenue with Cascade Mountain, Devil's Lake, and the city of Calgary.
Subject Access
Lantern slide
Tourism
Geographic Access
Banff
Calgary
Alberta
Canada
Language
English
Conservation
All slides were cleaned prior to scanning.
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Travels to Maligne Lake and Yellowhead area

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Mary Schaffer fonds
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides by Mary Schaffer, mainly resulting from her exploratory wilderness trips between 1907 and 1911 to Maligne Lake and the Yellowhead area. The regions involved are primarily Jasper National Park and northern Banff National Park. The t…
Date Range
1891-1911, predominant 1907-1911
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 1 to 228
Description Level
5 / File
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Lantern slide
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Mary Schaffer fonds
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5 / File
Fonds Number
M79 / V527
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
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V527
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 1 to 228
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Lantern slide
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Date Range
1891-1911, predominant 1907-1911
Physical Description
228 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides by Mary Schaffer, mainly resulting from her exploratory wilderness trips between 1907 and 1911 to Maligne Lake and the Yellowhead area. The regions involved are primarily Jasper National Park and northern Banff National Park. The transparencies depict mountain travel and activities, landscape views and Stoney Nakoda.
Also includes transparencies of mountain flora and fauna, close-up botanical photographs, and views from Glacier, B.C. and vicinity
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LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#1 - She who colored slides [Mary Schaffer] / [Mollie Adams?]
#2 - [Mary Schaffer on horseback, Kootenay Plains (1906?)] / [Mollie Adams?]
#3 - [Mary Schaffer? with horse] / [Mollie Adams?]
#4 - Frances Louise Beaver '06
#5 - Sampson Beaver's family '06 (p.181)
#6 - Pinto Lake from summit of [Sunset] pass '06
#7 - Crowfoot Glacier [1907?]
#8 - On Bow Lake .07
#9 - On Bow Summit [1907?]
#10 - Howse Peak & Pyramid [Chephren] - Bear Creek [Mistaya River, (1907?)]
#11 - Pyramid [Chephren] on Bear Creek [Mistaya River (1907?)]
#12 - Mt. Forbes [1907?]
#13 - At the mouth of the north fork [North Saskatchewan River (1907?)]
#14 - North Fork Saskatchewan [1907?]
#15 - [Panther Falls 1907?]
#16 - Snowing on Wilcox Pass [1907?]
#17 - A hard bit in the bush [1907?]
#18 - [Endless chain (1907?)]
#19 - Athabasca Gorge [Falls] [1907?]
#20 - Mt. Quincy [1907]
#21 - Fortress Lake [1907]
#22 - [Fortress Lake (1907)] (unmounted)
#23 - Fortress Mt. [1907]
#24 - Fortress Lake at Head of Athabasca R[iver] [1907]
#25 - Forest fire on the Athabasca [1907]
#26 - [Sid Unwin with burnt tent 1907]
#27 - [Mary Schaffer cooking over campfire (1907?)] / [Mollie Adams?]
#28 - Athabasca, Columbia in distance [camp scene 1907?]
#29 - Columbia from the North [1907]
#30 - [Packtrain near north side of Mt. Columbia 1907]
#31 - [Mt. Columbia from the north 1907?]
#32 - [Alexandra River and Glacier 1907
#33 - Gable Peak, Alexandra Glacier, Nahan-esen [Alexandra] Valley [1907]
#34 - [Watchman's Lake, 1907?]
#35 - On Thompson Pass Nashan-esen [Watchman's] Peak & Lake [1907]
#36 - Nashan-esen [Watchman's] Peak fr. Thompson Pass '07
#37 - [Horses at Watchman's Lake, 1907]
#38 - Bush Valley [from Thompson Pass, 1907]
#39 - [Packtrain] On the Brazeau [1907]
#40 - [Snowscene] On the Brazeau [1907]
#41 - [Tepee poles (on the Brazeau River?) 1907]
#42 - On Jonas Pass [1907]
#43, 44 - [Packtrain on Jonas Pass, 1907?]
#45 - [Packtrain on unidentified pass, 1907?]
#46 - Mt. Coleman [1907?]
#47 - Cataract Creek at junction with Saskatchewan [1907?]
#48 - A smudge where our horses were soon at peace in the choking smoke (p.167) [Packhorses in smudge on Kootenay Plains, 1907]
#49 - Kadoona Mountain [Elliott Peak] at the western limitation of the Kootenai Plains (p.172), 1907
#50 - [Stoney Indigenouss at Kootenay Plains, 1907]
#51 - The Indigenous Madonna (p.177) 1907
#52 - Mr. [Elliott] Barnes crossing Sask. River in canvas canoe [1907?]
#53 - Sampson's Map '08 [1907] (p.183)
#54 - Climbing salt lick banks at Glacier Lake [1907?]
#55 - Outfit of 1908 (p.203)
#56 - Mr. Muggins [1908] (p.210)
#57 - On the High Hill below Wilcox Pass [1908] (p.221)
#58 - Mt. Athabasca [1908] (p.223)
#59 - Fourth of July on Poboktan 1908
#60 - Poboktan Pass [1908]
#61 - Lake Maligne fr. summit of Unwin 1908 (p.241) / [Sid Unwin]
#62 - Beaver cuttings on Maligne L. [1908]
#63 - Beaver cuttings on Maligne L. [uncoloured]
#64 - Maligne [Lake, 1908]
#65 - Above the Narrows in Maligne [Lake, 1908]
#66 - Looking back at the "Narrows" of Lake Maligne [1908]
#67 - Mt. Charlton at Head of Maligne [Lake, 1908] (p.255)
#68 - Mt. Unwin from Camp [Maligne Lake, 1908]
#69, 70 - [Camp at Maligne Lake, 1908]
#71 - Maligne [Lake] Evening Reflections [1908]
#72 - Looking for goat while baking bread. Camp at lower end of Maligne Lake [1908]
#73 - Swimming the horses at the mouth of Maligne [Lake, 1908]
#74 - [Building a raft at mouth of Maligne Lake, 1908]
#75 - [Rafting equipment at mouth of Maligne Lake, 1908]
#76 - Maligne Valley - East 1908
#77 - Poboktan Pass [1908]
#78 - Looking down the Athabaska near Mt. Hardisty [1908]
#79 - Mt. Hardisty and Athabaska River [1908]
#80 - Mt. Hardisty [1908] (p.291)
#81 - Mt. Hooker (p.292)
#82 - Committee's Punchbowl (p.295)
#83 - [Packtrain on the (Athabasca?) (1908?)]
#84 - Over a 20 ft. Bluff [on the Athabasca, 1908]
#85 - Over a 20 ft. Bluff [on the Athabasca [uncoloured]
#86 - [Horse going over bluff on the Athabasca] 1908
#87, 88 - [Horse going over bluff on the Athabasca 1908]
#89 - [Crossing the Athabaska (in a canoe) 1908] (p.321)
#90 - Horses swim Atha[basca] 1908
#91 - Swimming the Athabaska [1908]
#92 - [(Lewis Swift)? 1908]
#93 - The Swift Family [Mrs. Lewis Swift and four children 1908]
#94 - [Mrs. Lewis Swift and four children in front of their home, 1908]
#95 - [One of the Swift children, 1908]
#96 - [Mrs. Lewis Swift and four children, 1908]
#97 - Swift's mill for flour [1911] / [Byron Harmon]
#98 - Cows at Swifts' [1908]
#99 - Looking toward Yellowhead Pass Athabaska River - Miette Valley 1908] (p.302)
#100 - A bad bit of trail on Miette [1908]
#101 - Miette R[iver] Looking West [1908]
#102 - Moose Lake [1908]
#103 - A bit of trail on the Fraser [1908]
#104 - [Mount Robson, 1908] (p.337)
#105 - [Mount Robson, 1908]
#106 - Mt. Robson from Mt. near Tete Jaun Cache 1909
#107 - Near the head waters of the Fraser [1908] (p.339)
#108 - Sunset on Fraser near [Tete Jaune] Cache [1908]
#109 - The Fraser at Tete Jaune Cache [1908]
#110 - - 111 Tete Jaun Cache [1908]
#112 - At the Fraser in 1908 [Indigenous in dugout canoe] (cover & p.346)
#113 - At the Fraser in 1908 [Indigenous in dugout canoe] [uncoloured]
#114 - [Worn out boots, 1908] (p.360)
#115 - [Worn out boots, 1908] [uncoloured]
#116 - Outline map of section of Canadian Rocky Mountains visited during 1907 and 1908
#117 - Section map of Canadian Rocky Mountains by J. Norman Collie, FRGS
#118 - [Map of] Headwaters Of The Athabaska
#119 - Athabaska near Hinton looking towards Smoky R. [1911]
#120 - In the foothills of the Athabaska [1911]
#121 - The "Rocky Road" in the Yellowhead, 1911
#122 - Crossing Athabaska Ferry. 1911
#123 - Teamsters on G.T.P. highway at Jasper House 1911
#124 - On the line of the G.T.P. 1911
#125 - Colliery House at Fiddle Creek 1911
#126 - Jasper House ruins Roche Miette 1911
#127 - [Graveyard at Jasper House, 1911]
#128 - On Shovel Pass [1911]
#129 - [Shovels on Shovel Pass, 1911] [unmounted]
#130 - Making a trail in spring [on Shovel Pass] 1911
#131 - Jonas & the boat on Shovel Pass 1911
#132 - Crossing Shovel Pass 1911
#133 - Trouble on Shovel Pass 1911
#134 - Maligne Gorge 1911
#135 - [Paul Sharpless with dead goat at Maligne Lake, 1911] [unmounted]
#136 - [Three people in boat on Maligne Lake, 1911] [unmounted]
#137 - [Man rowing boat on Maligne Lake, 1911] [unmounted]
#138 - [Boat on Maligne Lake, 1911] [unmounted]
#139 - The Opal Hill. [Mrs. Carrie Sharpless and Paul Sharpless with boat on the shore of Maligne Lake, 1911]
#140 - Outlet of Maligne, 1911
#141 - [Mt.] Unwin in mist [1911]
#142 - Mts. Unwin & Charlton from lower end of lake, 1911
#143 - Mount Unwin [with boat on Maligne Lake], 1911
#144 - In Pixie Valley, 1911
#145 - [Paul Sharpless and Sid Unwin?] Looking up Pixie Valley [1911]
#146 - A glimpse of Mt. Charlton at the head of Pixie Valley, Maligne [1911]
#147 - The "Statue" at Maligne Lake, 1911
#148 - Summit of "Statue" [1911]
#149 - [Paul Sharpless, Carrie Sharpless & tepee at Maligne Lake, 1911] [unmounted]
#150 - - 151 [Mary Schaffer with horse, n.d.] / [ ? ]
#152 - [Mary Schaffer crossing makeshift bridge, n.d.] / [ ? ]
#153 - "Joe" and his big trout, n.d.
#154 - [1 person and dog fording stream on horseback, n.d.] [b & w]
#155 - [Camp in burnt timber, 1907 or '08]
#156 - [Camp in downed timber, 1907 or '08]
#157 - Real trail life Jumping a high trunk [1907 or '08]
#158 - [Packtrain on the trail, 1907 or '08]
#159 - [Person on top of unidentified mountain, n.d.]
#160 - - 161 [Unidentified mountain panorama, n.d.]
#162 - [Unidentified mountain scene, n.d.]
#163 - [Person beside unidentified mountain lake, n.d.]
#164 - [Unidentified river, n.d.]
#165 - [Unidentified mountain pass, n.d.]
#166 - [View from unidentified glacier, n.d.]
#167 - [Mountain reflections in unidentified lake, n.d.]
#168 - [Unidentified canyon, n.d.]
#169 - [Unidentified mountain and valley, n.d.]
#170 - Peyto Glacier [n.d.]
#171 - [Unidentified river, n.d.]
#172 - [Unidentified mountain scene, n.d.] [unmounted]
#173 - [Forest fire, n.d.] [unmounted]
#174 - [Unidentified mountain snow scene, n.d.] [unmounted]
#175 - [Unidentified mountain & lake, n.d.] [unmounted]
#176 - [Large rock in unidentified lake, n.d.] [unmounted]
#177 - Forest fire [n.d.]
#178 - [Forest fire, n.d.]
#179 - [Tepee, n.d.]
#180 - [Tepee in darkness, n.d.]
#181 - [Packer unloading drowned horse, n.d.]
#182 - [Packer unloading drowned horse, n.d.]
#183 - [Packtrain in large boulders beside river, n.d.]
#184 - - 185 [Packtrain silhouetted on ridge at dusk, n.d.] / [Mary Schaffer?]
#186 - [Packtrain in snow, n.d.]
#187 - Feeding in a snowstorm [n.d.]
#188 - [Saddlehorse on ridge, n.d.]
#189 - [Packtrain fording river, n.d.] / [Mary Schaffer?]
#190 - [Packtrain in snow, n.d.]
#191 - [Trail camp, n.d.] / [Mary Schaffer?]
#192 - [Jim Simpson & unidentified man packing a horse, n.d.] / [Mary Schaffer?]
#193 - [Horses at Kootenay Plains, n.d.] / [Mary Schaffer?]
#194 - [Man herding horses, n.d.] / [Mary Schaffer?]
#195 - [Packtrain on road through forest, n.d.] / [Mary Schaffer?]
#196 - [Group of trail riders in (Yoho Valley?), n.d.] / [Mary Schaffer?]
#197 - [Man on horseback beside falls, n.d.] / [Canadian Pacific Railway]
#198 - Dead mountain sheep. [n.d.]
#199 - Collection of sheep heads [n.d.]
#200 - Jims [Simpson's] shack on Bear Creek [Mistaya River] [n.d.]
#201 - Jim's [Simpson's] outfit - sables [n.d.]
#202 - Birch leaved spiraea
#203 - Primula McCallian MacCalla's Primula
#204 - Saxifraga oppositifolio
#205 - Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
#206 - Pink Heather Phyllodoce intermedia
#207 - Eleagnus argentea
#208 - Androsace
#209 - Lutkea pectinata
#210 - Romanzoffia Sitchensis / [William H. Rau]
#211 - Phacelia
#212 - Alene aeoulis Yoho 7.21.05
#213 - Coming storm on Lake Louise - C.P.R. 7/29/95 / M.T.S.
#214 - Lake Louise photog. party mounting / 99 / M.T.S.
#215 - Fem & Rubus pedatus / 98 Glacier
#216 - Sir Donald & Illecillewaet Glacier fr. Mt. Abbott 9/5/98
#217 - Mount Stephen & Cathedral Peak from Kicking - Horse Flats, [n.d.]
#218 - Sunlight beyond Cougar; fr. 30 S.S. 9/11/95
#219 - Ross Peak Glacier [n.d.]
#220 - Fern Glacier 9/14/96
#221 - Glacier Mountain and Hotel, from 19 snowshed / William H. Notman
#222 - Ross Peak [n.d.] / [ ? ]
#223 - Panoram of Sir Donald etc. fr. Glacier Crest 9/8/98
#224 - Cheops & Hermit range fr. W. end of 2nd bridge Mai's position Glacier 9/15/92
#225 - Trout. Glacier, B.C. Canada. [n.d.] / [Dr. Chas. Schaffer]
#226 - Cheops: Glacier: CPR 9.13.91
#227 - "Trail" Glacier; Foot Illecillewaet Glacier, 1898
#228 - Along the Blaeberry [n.d.]
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Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides, mostly copied from prints from a lecture on the early history of Banff town development and Canadian Pacific Railway hotels, including the Banff Springs Hotel, Lake Louise Chalet and Glacier House
Date Range
1883-1912
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 229 to 261
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
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Lantern slide
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M79 / V527
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Sous-Fonds
V527
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 229 to 261
GMD
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Lantern slide
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Date Range
1883-1912
Physical Description
33 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides, mostly copied from prints from a lecture on the early history of Banff town development and Canadian Pacific Railway hotels, including the Banff Springs Hotel, Lake Louise Chalet and Glacier House
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Copy prints are available for reference use
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Reference prints are available
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Title based on contents of file
Content Details
LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#229 - [George Stewart's log building at Siding 29]
#230 - [McCardell with the first "hotel" at the Cave and Basin, 1883]
#231 - [General store at Siding 29 / Bingham]
#232 - [Man with cow on Banff Avenue, 1886]
#233 - [Man with cow on Banff Avenue, 1886] - hand-coloured
#234 - [NWMP at police barracks in Banff]
#235 - [Group of people in front of Moulton Park Theatre]
#236 - [Bathhouse at Upper Hot Springs]
#237 - [Log bath house at Upper Hot Springs]
#238 - [Early bathers in basin pool at Cave and Basin]
#239 - [Early Banff from Beaver Street]
#240 - Banff Hotel and the mountain drive from Summit Mt. [view from Tunnel Mountain by Mary Schaffer]
#241 - [Jim Brewster with tally-ho in Banff Springs Hotel courtyard]
#242 - Hotel & Hermit fr. Glacier Trail. Snow. 9/20/95
#243 - [Early chalet at Lake Louise / Trueman & Caple]
#244 - Lady Aberdeen at Chalet sketching Lake Louise, Rockies, CPR, Oct 18/94
#245 - [Banff Springs Hotel, construction of center tower, ca.1912]
#246 - [Swimmers at Cave and Basin]
#247 - Winter bathing at the hot srings
#248 - [Early Banff Ave.]
#249 - [Group in front of unidentified Banff building]
#250 - [D.C. Baynes; Banff school class, ]
#251 - [View of Banff in winter from rooftop, looking towards Mt. Norquay]
#252 - [View of Banff in winter from rooftop, looking towards Mount Rundle]
#253 - [Banff Livery with sleighs in front]
#254 - [Banff Springs Hotel]
#255 - [Banff Springs Hotel and Bow Valley]
#256 - [Unidentified Indigenous man on Banff Ave.]
#257 - [Two Unidentified Indigenous people on horseback at Banff Indian Days camp near Cascade Mountain]
#258 - [Curling on backwater of Bow River]
#259 - Cutting ice on Bow River at Banff
#260 - Upper Hot Springs [in winter]
#261 - Tobogganing at Banff
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Mountain landscapes

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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides pertaining to mountain landscapes, mountain people and mountain activities. The latter include mountaineering and pack train activities. Various photographers are represented, including Byron Harmon and Mary Schaffer
Date Range
[ca.1900-ca.192-]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 262 to 410
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
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Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 262 to 410
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
Transparency
Date Range
[ca.1900-ca.192-]
Physical Description
149 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides pertaining to mountain landscapes, mountain people and mountain activities. The latter include mountaineering and pack train activities. Various photographers are represented, including Byron Harmon and Mary Schaffer
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V527 / PS - * (noted above)
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LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#262 - [Packtrain in snow] / [Byron Harmon]
#263 - [Lakes in the Clouds]
#264 - [Tally-hos on road to Valley of the Ten Peaks]
#265 - [The Louise Group from Ptarmigan Pass area]
#266 - [Mt. Hungabee?]
#267 - [Mt. Assiniboine]
#268, 269 - [Abbot Pass Hut]
#269 - [Abbot Pass Hut]
#270, 271 - [Lake Louise]
#272 - [Lake McArthur (hand-coloured slide of Runguis painting)]
#273 - [Group of early mountaineers (women in long skirts)]
#274 - [Group of eight Swiss Guides in rock quarry]
#275 - [Two Swiss Guides with young mountain goat]
#276 - [Early climbers on glacier (woman in long skirt)]
#277 - Glacier House in winter with Great Glacier in Distance / [Mary Schaffer?]
#278 - [Joe Smith in front of his cabin at Silver City]
#279, 280 - [Col. Philip A. Moore with horse on unidentified pass]
#281 - [R.M. Palenske drawing on tent] / [Byron Harmon]
#282 - [Byron Harmon with movie camera near icefield]
#283 - [Edward Whymper and Dr. James Hector, 1903]
#284 - [Cornice]
#285 - [Two people and dog at Lake of the Hanging Glaciers] / [Byron Harmon]
#286 - [Lake Louise]
#287, 288 - [Paradise Valley and Lake Annette]
#289 - [Moraine Lake and the Ten Peaks]
#290 - [Climber on (Upper Robson Glacier?)] / [Byron Harmon]
#291 - [Conrad Kain and unidentified climber near the Extinguisher Tower on the upper Robson Glacier, 1913] / [Byron Harmon]
#292 - [Avalanche on Victoria Glacier] / [Vaux family]
#293 - [Mt. Assiniboine]
#294 - [3 climbers on glacier, Lake of the Hanging Glaciers] / [Byron Harmon]
#295 - [Seracs]
#296 - [Group of climbers from ACC camp looking at crevasse] / [Byron Harmon]
#297 - Yoho Glacier / A.S.N.
#298 - Great [Illecillewaet] Glacier on C.P.R.
#299 - The Mitre, Mitre Pass / Topley
#300 - [Unidentified mountain and snowfield]
#301 - [Bow Lake]
#302 - [Unidentified waterfall]
#303 - Ice Cave in the Great Glacier on the Canadian Pacific Ra.'way / William Notman & Son
#304 - [Crevasse]
#305 - Lake O'Hara
#306 - [Unidentified Lake]
#307 - Sunrise reflecting on Lake Louise, Rocky Mts. / Wm H. Rau
#308 - [Boating on Vermilion lakes] / Schaffer
#309 - [Saskatchewan River?]
#310 - [Unidentified lake]
#311 - [Waterfall and icefall]
#312 - [Ice cave in terminus of Yoho Glacier]
#313 - [Mt. Athabasca and Athabasca Glacier] / W.I. Starr
#314 - [Saskatchewan Glacier]
#315 - [Ice cave]
#316 - [Conrad Kain, Albert McCarthy and Basil S. Darling, Mount Robson ACC camp, 1913]
#317 - [Lake O'Hara]
#318 - [Lake Agnes]
#319 - [Emerald Lake from President Range]
#320 - [Lake Louise and the Lakes in the Clouds]
#321 - [Unidentified lake and mountain]
#322 - [Mt. Robson]
#323 - [Mt. Columbia] / [Byron Harmon]
#324 - [Unidentified glacier]
#325 - [Saskatchewan Glacier]
#326 - [Mt. Athabasca]
#327 - [Unidentified glacier]
#328 - [Soapy Smith leading packtrain across Saskatchewan Glacier, 1924] / [Byron Harmon]
#329 - Mt. Douglas in Ptarmigan Valley
#330 - [Unidentified river]
#331 - [Unidentified mountain]
#332 - [Howse River and Mount Outram]
#333 - [Group of ACC climbers on unidentified peak] / [Byron Harmon]
#334 - [Group of ACC climbers near cornice] / [Byron Harmon]
#335 - [Group of ACC climbers looking into crevasse] / [Byron Harmon]
#336 - [The Sentinels in Abbot Pass]
#337 - [Group of climbers on Yoho Glacier]
#338 - [Camp in the Yoho Valley]
#339 - Upper Yoho Valley, Mt. Niles in background, Yoho National Park
#340 - [Two ladies in front of tepee]
#341 - [Yoho Valley Bungalow Camp]
#342 - [Camp near the foot of Takakkaw Falls]
#343 - [Hiker picking flowers beneath Vice President and President]
#344 - [Two people and dog near Lake of the Hanging Glaciers] [unmounted] / [Byron Harmon]
#345 - [People in camp near Cathedral Mtn] [unmounted]
#346 - [Mt. Quadra] [unmounted]
#347 - [Unidentified mountain] [unmounted]
#348 - [Waterfall] [unmounted]
#349 - [Carl Rungius with dead bear] [unmounted]
#350 - [Mary Schaffer's bulldog]
#351 - [Colonel P.A. Moore with packtrain on unidentified pass]
#352 - [Group of trail riders]
#353 - [Lake Minnewanka]
#354 - Mt. Ball near C.P.R. [Mount Edith Cavell, JNP]
#355 - Lake Louise. Banff National Park
#356 - [Lake Louise]
#357, 358 - Lake Agnes, Banff National Park
#358 - Lake Agnes, Banff National Park
#359 - [The Giant Steps]
#360 - [Valley of the Ten Peaks]
#361 - [Mt. Hungabee]
#362 - [Lake Oesa]
#363 - [Lake Agnes]
#364 - [Mount Assiniboine (aerial)]
#365 - [Mountains in Lake Louise area]
#366 - [Lake O'Hara and Cathedral Mountain]
#367 - Evening Lake O'Hara, Mt. Cathedral, Yoho National Park
#368, 369 - [Wapta Lake]
#370 - Peak Ave. to Emerald Lake
#371 - [Mt. Burgess]
#372 - Twin falls, Yoho National Park
#373, 374 - [Twin Falls]
#375 - [Laughing Falls]
#376 - [Daly Glacier and Takakkaw Falls]
#377, 378 - [Takakkaw Falls]
#379 - View of Yoho Glacier
#380 - [Canyon in Yoho Valley]
#381 - [Lone Tree Lake in Ptarmigan Valley]
#382 - Mt. Molar
#383 - Mt. Molar in winter
#384 - [Howse River?]
#385 - [Mistaya River]
#386 - [North Fork of Saskatchewan River]
#387 - [Waterfall]
#388 - [Mt. Columbia]
#389 - [The Ramparts in Tonquin Valley]
#390 - [Jonas Pass?]
#391 - [Unidentified mountain]
#392 - [Unidentified glacier & mountain]
#393 - [Unidentified park]
#394 - [Man on unidentified glacier]
#395 - [Seracs]
#396 - [Seracs]
#397 to 401 - [Snow formation on tree] / [Byron Harmon]
#402 - Snow Mushroom At Glacier / [Byron Harmon]
#403 - [R.H. Palenske drawing on side of tent] / [Byron Harmon]
#404 - [Climbers on Mt. Resplendent] / [Byron Harmon]
#405 - [Ice cave in Starbird Glacier, 1920] / [Byron Harmon]
#406 - [Soapy Smith and Lewis Freeman with radio at Columbia Icefield, 1924]] / [Byron Harmon]
#407 - [Illecillewaet Valley in winter]
#408 - [Howse Peak and Mt. Chephren]
#409, 410 - [Unidentified winter scene]
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Mary Schaffer fonds
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides of animals, birds and fish mainly native to the Canadian West. Some are by Mary Schaffer
Date Range
1895, 1910, [192-]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 411 to 536
Description Level
5 / File
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Lantern slide
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 411 to 536
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Date Range
1895, 1910, [192-]
Physical Description
126 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides of animals, birds and fish mainly native to the Canadian West. Some are by Mary Schaffer
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LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#411 - Bears up a tree, Jasper National Park
#412 - [Black bear with cubs]
#413 - [Skunk]
#414 - [Rabbit]
#415 - [Baby Rabbit]
#416 - [Squirrel]
#417 - [Deer in river]
#418 - Elk approaching to attack
#419 - Bull moose, Wainwright
#420 - Marmot at Glacier
#421 - Weasel
#422 - Lynx Swimming Slave River
#423 - Wild Cat or Lynx
#424 - Humming-bird
#425 - [Bird on nest under cutbank]
#426 - [Shorebirds]
#427 - [Nighthawks]
#428 - [Baby owls]
#429, 430 - [Grouse]
#431 - [Trout]
#432 - Lynx in Distance
#433 - [Spruce grouse on branch]
#434 - [Ptarmigan]
#435 - [Ptarmigan in snow]
#436 - Whiskey-Jack
#437 - Beaver
#438 - Tree cut by Beavers, Ont.
#439 - Albino Beaver - caught North of Winnipeg
#440 - The skunk, N.B.
#441 - [Wolverine]
#442 - Wolverine
#443 - [Wolverine]
#444 - Lynx on boat
#445 - [Woman feeding antelope, Animal Paddock, Banff]
#446 - [Antelope, Animal Paddock, Banff]
#447 - [Painting of deer in snow]
#448 - [Mule deer]
#449 - [Deer with herd of horses, Bow Lake]
#450 - Virginia deer
#451 - Elk in the Park, Wainwright, Alberta
#452 - Herd of Elk, Wainwright Park
#453 - Moose
#454 - [Mountain sheep lamb]
#455 - [Mountain sheep]
#456 - [Two mountain sheep]
#457 - Rocky Mtn. sheep
#458 - Moose, Elk Island Nat. Park
#459 - Caribou Tracks in the Sand / [Vaux]
#460 - [Mountain sheep] / Mary M. Vaux
#461 - Young sheep
#462 - [Two mountain goats swimming]
#463 - [Mountain goat]
#464 - [Young mountain goat]
#465 - [Mountain goat swimming]
#466 - Mtn. goat / J. Simpson
#467 - [Mountain goat]
#468 - Mountain goat / J. Simpson
#469 - Dooley and His Goat
#470 - [Brown bear]
#471 - [Black bear]
#472 - [Bear]
#473, 474 - [Mountain goat]
#475, 476 - Bear & cubs
#477 - Ruffed grouse / Topley Studios
#478 - [Cougar] [unmounted]
#479, 480 - [Mountain goats] [unmounted]
#481 - [Black bear] [unmounted]
#482 - [Mountain goat kid] [unmounted]
#483 - [Grouse] [unmounted]
#484 - [Bear cub beside road marker]
#485 - [Deer in snow]
#486 - Weasel / Mary Schaffer
#487 - [Mountain goat]
#488 - [Weasel in trap]
#489 - [Mountain goat]
#490, 491 - Baby Moose in Banff Nat. Park
#492 - [Goat swimming lake]
#493 - Dooley with Goat, 1910 / Mary M. Vaux
#494 - [Bears begging from tourists in Brewster Transport touring car]
#495 - [Bears begging from tourists]
#496 - Bears up a tree, Jasper National Park
#497 - [Canada Jay taking food from frying pan]
#498 - [Spruce grouse]
#499 - [Mountain goat]
#500, 501 - [Bear cub]
#502 - [Bear in snow]
#503, 504 - [Bear cubs]
#505 - [Moose in Animal Paddock, Banff]
#506 - [Mountain sheep]
#507 - Moose in Banff Park
#508 - Banff [buffalo in Animal Paddock, Banff]
#509 - Hunting sheep with camera No. 1
#510, 511 - [Mountain sheep]
#512 - Bear & cubs
#513 - Bear
#514 - [Bear in tree]
#515, 516 - [Bear begging from car]
#517, 518 - [Bear cub beside mileage marker]
#519 - [Bear]
#520 - [Ground squirrel]
#521 - Gopher
#522 - [Beaver]
#523 - [Marmot?]
#524 - [Rat? / Muskrat?]
#525 - [Porcupine]
#526 - [Marmots]
#527 - Porcupine on Columbia Branch Athab.
#528 - [Marten in trap]
#529 - [Marten in snow]
#530 - Marten / J. Simpson
#531 - The Alaskan Queen Black Fox - First Prize Winner
#532 - [Fox carrying bird]
#533 - [Marmot]
#534 - The Nova Scotia muskrat
#535 - Lynx
#536 - Bear tracks at Glacier 9/11/95
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Mary Schaffer fonds
Scope & Content
Transparencies are handcoloured and black and white lanten slides of flora; mainly close-up botanical photographs of species mainly native to the Canadian Rockies. Some are by Mary Schaffer
Date Range
1896, 1905, n.d
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 537 to 566
Description Level
5 / File
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Lantern slide
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 537 to 566
GMD
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Lantern slide
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Date Range
1896, 1905, n.d
Physical Description
30 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are handcoloured and black and white lanten slides of flora; mainly close-up botanical photographs of species mainly native to the Canadian Rockies. Some are by Mary Schaffer
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LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#537 - Saxifraga levcanthemifolia 8/17/96
#538 - Valeriana Scouleri 7.30.'05
#539 - Calypso Bulbosa
#540 - Rhododendron albiflorum. Shadbush. Glacier 7.30.'05
#541 - Cassope mertensiana
#542 - Lithospermum Linearifolium Narrow leaved Puccoon
#543 - Vaccinium ovalifolium Vaccinium. globulare
#544 - Larix Lyalli - Lyall's Larch.
#545 - Pseudotsuga Mucroneta Douglas Fir
#546 - Pinus Murrayana, Jack Pine
#547 - Lappula Floribunda, False Forget-me-not
#548 - Lonicera Bractulata, Fly honeysuckle
#549 - Erigeron Melanocephalus, Black headed fleabane
#550 - Chamaenerion augustifolium
#551 - Calytonia Lanceolata, Spring Beauty
#552 - [Flowers]
#553 - Orchids in swamp
#554 - Aster
#555 - Purple Mtn. Aster
#556 - False Solomon's Seal
#557 - Crocus
#558 - Alpine Buttercup
#559 - Queen's Cup Lily
#560 - Snow Lily
#561 - Wintergreen (Red)
#562 - White everlasting
#563 - Birch leaved Spirea
#564 - Menziesia glabella
#565 - [Flowers]
#566 - Glacier [mushrooms]
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Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides pertaining to the history of the fur trade in western Canada. Includes illustrations dating from 1777 to the 1890s
Date Range
[ca.1910]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 567 to 638
Description Level
5 / File
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Lantern slide
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M79 / V527
Series
III.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Sous-Fonds
V527
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 567 to 638
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
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Date Range
[ca.1910]
Physical Description
72 photographs :transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides pertaining to the history of the fur trade in western Canada. Includes illustrations dating from 1777 to the 1890s
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LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#567 - York Factory, 1853
#568 - Fort Saskatchewan, 1925
#569 - Fort Simpson
#570 - [Stoney Nakoda at Tom Wilson's cabin, Kootenay Plains]
#571 - [Bruce Otto at Remains of Rocky Mountain House]
#572 - [Lean-to]
#573 - [Unidentified fur post]
#574 - Prince of Wales Fort - Churchhill - North West View - 1777
#575 - Prince of Wales Ft (Churchill) S. Hearne's House
#576 - Jasper House, Alta 1925 [actually Horetzky from 1870s]
#577 - [Fur trades illustration, Heming '99]
#578 - [Unidentified fur post]
#579 - [Fur trade illustration – Indigenous people coming to fur post]
#580 - [Fur trade illustration - Indigenous camp near fur post]
#581 - [Statue of laVerendrye]
#582 - [Fur trade illustration - dogs pulling cariole, Heming '99]
#583 - [Fur trade illustration – Indigenous people arriving at fur post]
#584 - [Fur trade illustration - Fur post on shore or ocean]
#585 - [Fur trade illustration - Indigenous shaman, Heming]
#586 - Hudson's Bay Co. Man. Dog cariole
#587 - [Illustration - dogs pulling boat]
#588 - [Illustration – Indigenous people stalking fur trader in camp, Heming '99]
#589 - [Illustration - Fur post on shoreline]
#590 - Samuel De Champlain
#591 - Remains of Rocky Mountain House, Alta
#592 - [Cannons at unidentified river post]
#593 - [Unidentified fur trade building]
#594 - Thunder Cape, near Port Arthur
#595 - [Fr. de Smets]
#596 - Lower Fort Garry (Aerial) Air service - March 1926
#597 - Fort Gary [illustration]
#598 - [Samuel Hearne's signature, July 1767] Prince of Wales Ft. (Churchill)
#599 - Norway House, Aerial View
#600 - Fort Edmonton, Alta.
#601 - Unveiling Fort Rouge, Garry & Gibraltar memorial, Winnipeg 1909
#602 - Rocky Mountain House, Alberta 1886
#603 - Jasper House, Alberta [1870s]
#604 - [Fur trade illustration – Indigenous people in canoes greeting ship] Arrival of Champlain
#605 - [Champlain monument, Quebec]
#606 - [Illustration - missionaries preaching to Indigenous people]
#607 - [Illustration – Indigenous people fighting in canoes]
#608 - [Unidentified missionary]
#609 - [Portrait of unidentified French explorer (Frontenac?)]
#610 - Frontenac [statue]
#611 - [Illustration of George Simpson in H.B.C. canoe]
#612 - Governor of Rupert's Land on a tour of inspection
#613 - [Illustration of fur trade canoe in rapids]
#614 - [Mountain man leading horse]
#615 - Bella Coola - Lettering on rock as seen from boat [Alexander Mackenzie]
#616 - [Roche Perce]
#617 - [Unidentified fur post]
#618 - Prince of Wales Ft. (Churchill) "N" Bastion
#619 - [Cannons at (Montreal?)]
#620 - [Fur trade illustration - First Sale of Furs at Barraways Coffee House London, 1671]
#621 - Prince Rupert
#622 - Pierre Esprit Radisson
#623 - [Illustration - Indigenous tied to stake]
#624 - Jean de Brebeuf, S.J.
#625 - [Portrait of unidentified fur trader]
#626 - [Fur trade illustration] Mackenzie's first glimpse of the Pacific
#627 - [Unidentified grave marker]
#628 - [Fur trade illustration - explorer talking with Indigenous people]
#629 - [Mount Baker?]
#630 - [Fur trade illustration - fur trader weighing Indigenous people’s furs]
#631 - De la Salle
#632 - [Fur trade illustration - explorers in canoe with Indigenous people]
#633 - [Fur trade illustration - explorers in canoes]
#634 - [Fur trade illustration - sailing ships]
#635 - Jacques Cartier
#636 - [Fur trade illustration – Indigenous people on horseback]
#637 - [Fur trade illustration - Quebec]
#638 - [Remains of Rocky Mountain House, Alta. unmounted]
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Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides pertaining to bison, bison hunting and the decline of bison. Mainly illustrations, 1860s-1880s
Date Range
[ca.1910]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 639 to 668
Description Level
5 / File
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Lantern slide
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M79 / V527
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Sous-Fonds
V527
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 639 to 668
GMD
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Lantern slide
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Date Range
[ca.1910]
Physical Description
30 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides pertaining to bison, bison hunting and the decline of bison. Mainly illustrations, 1860s-1880s
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LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#639 - [Pile of buffalo bones]
#640, 641 - [Illustration – Indigenous people hunting buffalo] (641)
#642 - [Illustration] Indigenous people on Snowshoes hunting Buffaloes
#643 - [Illustration – Indigenous people driving buffalo over buffalo jump]
#644 - [Illustration] Driving Buffalo over a cliff
#645 - [Indigenous woman stretching buffalo hide]
#646 - [Indigenous woman with horse pulling travois]
#647 - [Illustration] Cree Indigenous people impounding the buffalo
#648 - [Illustration] The Herd, 1860 (648)
#650 - [Illustration – Indigenous people hunting buffalo]
#651 - [Illustration] The End, 1883
#652 - Buffalo Bones In 1875
#653, 654 - [Illustration - early depiction of buffalo]
#655 - [Illustration] Buffalo - a hold up 1869
#656 - [Loading buffalo bones onto railway cars]
#657 - [Buffalo bones piled beside railway cars]
#658 - [Illustration - hunter shooting buffalo]
#659 - Buffalo Trail Buffalo National Park
#660 - [Buffalo swimming river]
#661 - Buffalo wallowing
#662 - Buffalo starting to wallow
#663 - Buffalo wallow
#664 - Buffalo, Banff National Park
#665 - [Illustration – Indigenous people hunting buffalo]
#666 - [Illustration] Hunting disguised as wolves
#667 - [Painted buffalo hide]
#668 - [Illustration - Indigenous moccasins & carry bags]
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slide portraits and illustrations of material culture of native people in western Canada. Includes Stoney Nakoda and Banff Indian Days activities. Some transparencies are by Byron Harmon and Mary Schaffer. Also includes illustrations and …
Date Range
[ca.1900-192-]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 669 to 809
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
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Lantern slide
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M79 / V527
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Sous-Fonds
V527
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 669 to 809
GMD
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Lantern slide
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Parallel Title
Native people
Other Title Info
Parallel title is original title
Date Range
[ca.1900-192-]
Physical Description
141 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slide portraits and illustrations of material culture of native people in western Canada. Includes Stoney Nakoda and Banff Indian Days activities. Some transparencies are by Byron Harmon and Mary Schaffer. Also includes illustrations and comparative views of American - Indian culture
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LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#669 - [Children's drawings of Indigenous people]
#670 - Camping circle at the time of the Sundance [children's drawings of Indigenous people]
#671 - [Children's drawing Indigenous people - Sundance ceremony]
#672 - [Children's drawing Indigenous people - Sundance ceremony]
#673 - [Children's drawing Indigenous People - Sundance ceremony]
#674 - [Indigenous People gathered around Sundance lodge]
#675 - [Illustration of Indigenous ceremony - Mary Irvin Wright]
#676 – Indigenous People at Windermere
#677 - Maligne Canyon Jasper National Park [Indigenous in ceremonial costume]
#678 - [Unidentified church and cemetery]
#679 - [Portrait of Indigenous man] / [Byron Harmon]
#680 - [Portrait of Stoney (John Hunter?)] / [Byron Harmon]
#681 - [Portrait of Indigenous man] / [Byron Harmon]
#682 - [Portrait of Stoney Nakoda Tom and John Chiniquay]
#683 - Indian Days Banff [Stoney Indigenous camp at foot of Cascade Mtn.]
#684 - [Stoney Indigenous child on horseback]
#685 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#686 – [Indigenous people] in Banff National Park
#687 - [Joshua and William Twin on horseback at Banff Springs Hotel]
#688 - Putting up branches around Sundance Lodge - at Morley
#689 - [Indigenous camp at foot of Cascade Mountain Banff Indian days]
#690 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#691 - Prairie Chicken Dance [Banff Indian days]
#692 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#693 - [Portrait of Indigenous woman]
#694 - [Indigenous dancers at Banff Indian days]
#695 - [Indigenous man dancing]
#696 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#697 - [Group of Indigenous people in ceremonial dress]
#698 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#699 - Indigenous Tepees, Banff National Park
#700 - [Sundance ceremony]
#701 - [Decorated tepee]
#702 - [Illustrated Indigenous garment]
#703 - [Decorated Indigenous tepee]
#704 - [Group of Stoney Nakoda at Kootenay Plains in winter]
#705 - [Indigenous woman with papoose]
#706 - [Illustration of cairn and buffalo skull]
#707 - [Illustration of arrow quivers]
#708 - [Illustration of Indigenous pipes]
#709 - [Illustration of decorated Indigenous shirt]
#710 - [Illustration of pictographs]
#711 - Thunder Bird Stone, Kamsack, Sask.
#712 - [Illustration comparing mounted knights with Indigenous warriors]
#713 - [Children's drawing of Indigenous ceremony]
#714 - [Illustration of Indigenous thinking of buffalo]
#715 - [Illustrated buffalo hide]
#716 - [Decorated Indigenous carry bags]
#717 - [Children's drawings] Battle of Little Bighorn Custer's Dead Cavalry
#718 - [Indigenous design]
#719 - [Painting of group of Indigenous people gambling] Mary Irvin Wright
#720 - [Thunderbird design]
#721 - [Painting of missionary preaching to Indigenous people]
#722 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#723 - Walking Buffalo - Stony Indigenous
#724 - [Indigenous woman tanning buffalo hide] / [Byron Harmon]
#725 - [Indigenous man]
#726 - [Illustration of Indigenous frightening buffalo with blanket]
#727 - Old Braves Society
#728 - Two Indigenous Travois, Peter Year [Ear] & John Hunter
#729 - Old Singers in Sun Dance. Black Feather Society. Includes: l. Black Eagle 2. Peace Maker 3. The Fox 4. Little Person 5. Wolf Carrier 6. N. Axe 7. Not Good.
#730 - [Painting of Indigenous people gambling by Mary Irvin Wright]
#731 - [Indigenous woman with papoose]
#732 - Indigenous Guide (Joe Healy)
#733 - [Indigenous man wearing treaty medal]
#734 - [Indigenous man]
#735 - [Sunset on unidentified mountain]
#736 - [Painting of Indigenous ceremony by Mary Irvin Wright]
#737 - [Indigenous man]
#738 - Buffalo - a holdup 1869
#739 - Group of Eskimos at Douglas Harbour Hudson Strait
#740 - [Group of five Indigenous men]
#741 - Point Hope, Alaska. Eskimo kyak
#742 - [Indigenous wearing mask and blanket]
#743 - [Peter Whyte painting Indigenous portrait]
#744 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#745 - [Indigenous ploughing field with horses]
#746 - [Indigenous woman cooking on fire] / [Byron Harmon]
#747 - Indigenous Grave near Tete Jaune
#748 - [Stagecoach]
#749 - [Illustration of Indigenous people attacking wagon train]
#750 - [Painting of Indigenous person killed in attack on camp] Mary Irvin Wright
#751 - [Children's drawing of Indigenous people]
#752 - [Illustration - Norsemen fighting Indigenous people]
#753 - [Indigenous man wearing medal]
#754 - [Two mounted Indigenous men]
#755 - Chief Piepot [Piapot]
#756 - [Stoney Indigenous drummers and dancers]
#757 - [Indigenous man dressed in blanket coat]
#758 - [Illustration - Indigenous tending sick man]
#759 - [Indigenous woman beside tepee]
#760 - [Painting of Indigenous being made a brave by Mary Chapman]
#761 - [Painting of Indigenous ceremony]
#762 - [Mount Rundle and Douglas fir]
#763 - [Group of Indigenous men]
#764 - [Drawing of man on birchbark]
#765 - Superior Aspect of Cranium 1, From Huarochiri
#766 - [Illustration of Indigenous in hide dwelling]
#767 - Anterior Aspect of Cranium 9, From Huarochiri
#768 - [Indigenous man]
#769 - [Drawing of man with arrow in him on birchbark]
#770 - [Portrait of Indigenous woman]
#771 - [Indigenous man and woman on horseback]
#772 - [Indigenous trading with white men]
#773 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#774 - [Indigenous family with travois]
#775 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#776 - [Necklace made from human fingers]
#777 - [Illustration of scalp locks]
#778 - [Illustration of scalp shirt]
#779, 780 - [Illustration of Dakota war feather designs]
#781 - The parade on horses before dance takes place
#782 - [Line of Indigenous men]
#783 - [Group of Indigenous men]
#784 - General view of Indigenous encampment at Morley reserve, getting ready to celebrate Sun dance.
#785 - [Indigenous camp]
#786 - [Drawing of bird]
#787 - [Willow sweatlodge]
#788 - [Indigenous smoking pipe]
#789 - [Illustration of Dakota war feather design]
#790, 791 - [Illustration of Indigenous platform burial ceremony]
#792, 793 - [Illustration of Indigenous platform burials]
#794 - [Indigenous burial ground]
#795 - Dakota Scaffold Burial
#796 - Grave Posts
#797 - [Illustration of Coast Indigenous graves]
#798 - [Indigenous tepee burial] (798)
#800 - [Indigenous tree burial]
#801, 802 - [Indigenous burial box]
#803 - [Indigenous burial house]
#804 - [Indigenous burial boxes]
#805 - [Indigenous woman with child]
#806 - [Portrait of Indigenous man]
#807 - [Indigenous camp at Banff Indian days]
#808 - [Line of Indigenous men]
#809 - [Sundance Lodge]
Processing Status
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Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides pertaining to transportation: Canadian Pacific Railway, railway travel and ships, derived from various sources. Includes two transparencies by Mary Schaffer
Date Range
1831-1885
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 810 to 830
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
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Lantern slide
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Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 810 to 830
GMD
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Lantern slide
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Date Range
1831-1885
Physical Description
21 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides pertaining to transportation: Canadian Pacific Railway, railway travel and ships, derived from various sources. Includes two transparencies by Mary Schaffer
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LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES - V527 / PS 1 :
#810 - Driving the Golden Spike, by Donald Smith; #on CPR, Nov. 7, 1885 / Notman
#811 - The first engine built by the Canadian Pacific Railway
#812 - Winnipeg in 1870
#813 - Quebec Bridge, Quebec
#814 - DeWitt Clinton and Train 1831 / Chas. Beseler
#815 - Canadian Pacific Railway, arrival of the first through train at the seaboard of British Columbia
#816 - [Group at driving of last spike on the CPR, Nov. 7, 1885]
#817 - [Unidentified locomotive]
#818 - Passengers boarding standard sleeper
#819 - Plowing thro. the snow, of the Selkirks & Glacier
#820 - [Passengers on platform beside Montreal and Boston railway car]
#821 - Wapta & Safety Switch
#822 - Red Sucker Tunnel, Lake Superior
#823 - [Map of Dominion of Canada]
#824 - [Unidentified railway tunnel]
#825 - Prospect Point Vancouver Steamer "Beaver"
#826 - [Unidentified ocean liner]
#827 - [Empress of Britain in lock of Panama Canal]
#828 - [Man padding pont] / E.B. Thompson
#829 - The ferry near Berthier, Que.
#830 - Forest fire
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Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides arising from travels of Mary Schaffer and/or Col. Philip Moore family to China, Japan, Formosa (Taiwan), India, Thailand, Panama, Cuba, Egypt, Middle East, Greece, Italy, Germany, France and Canada. Items 847 to #919 are possibly o…
Date Range
[ca.1908-192-]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 831 to 1435
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Reference Code
V527 / PS 1 - 831 to 1435
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
Transparency
Date Range
[ca.1908-192-]
Physical Description
605 photographs : transparencies; glass
Scope & Content
Transparencies are hand-coloured and black and white lantern slides arising from travels of Mary Schaffer and/or Col. Philip Moore family to China, Japan, Formosa (Taiwan), India, Thailand, Panama, Cuba, Egypt, Middle East, Greece, Italy, Germany, France and Canada. Items 847 to #919 are possibly of Mary Schaffer's trip to Japan, China and Formosa in 1908. Other slides include drawings of fossils, dinosaurs, forests and London Teahouse in 1671, Soapy Smith's grave, Lower Fort Garry and Eskimos, miscellaneous foreign views
Location (Copy)
V527 / PS - 831, 832, 835, 837, 838, 850, 861, 862, 866, 874, 905, 923, 931, 932, 944, 951, 961, 969, 972, 988, 996, 1033, 1043, 1058, 1064, 1067, 1077, 1081, 1088, 1089, 1111, 1118, 1129, 1134, 1152, 1162, 1165, 1169, 1177, 1181, 1188, 1189, 1191, 1199, 1200, 1208, 1218, 1220, 1221, 1226, 1229, 1238, 1248, 1254, 1256, 1261, 1264, 1266, 1275, 1281, 1289, 1297, 1300, 1302, 1305, 1306, 1310, 1314, 1317, 1324, 1327, 1338, 1342, 1344, 1349, 1356, 1358, 1360, 1364, 1370, 1374, 1376, 1387, 1414
Title Source
Title based on contents of file.
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In the heart of the Canadian Rockies with horse and camera, part I : [lantern slide presentation]

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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Scope & Content
Presentation pertains to the mountains and wildlife of the Selkirks and Canadian Rockies areas of Banff, Lake O'Hara, and Lake Louise. Originally consisted of 62 slides (missing items are numbers 3, 5-8, 13, 19, 20, 21, 26, 41, 56). Textual item is script
Date Range
[after 1915]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 2 - 1 to 61
M79 / 16
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
Transparency
Textual record
  1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M79 / V527
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Sous-Fonds
V527
Accession Number
2685
Reference Code
V527 / PS 2 - 1 to 61
M79 / 16
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
Transparency
Textual record
Date Range
[after 1915]
Physical Description
50 photographs : transparencies; glass. -- 1 item of textual records (.5cm)
Scope & Content
Presentation pertains to the mountains and wildlife of the Selkirks and Canadian Rockies areas of Banff, Lake O'Hara, and Lake Louise. Originally consisted of 62 slides (missing items are numbers 3, 5-8, 13, 19, 20, 21, 26, 41, 56). Textual item is script
Language
English
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Electronic Resources
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In the heart of the Canadian Rockies at the head waters of the Saskatchewan and Athabaska, part II (sequel) : [lantern slide presentation]

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Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Scope & Content
Presentation pertains to Mary Schaffer's travels to Maligne Lake in Jasper, Alberta in 1908 and 1911. Originally consisted of 54 lantern slides (missing items are numbers: 14, 20, 28, 29, 30, 40, 41, 42, 47, 52). Textual item is script
Date Range
[after 1915]
Reference Code
V527 / PS 3 - 1 to 54
M79 / 16
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
Transparency
Part Of
Mary Schaffer fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
II.A. Photographs: lantern slides
Accession Number
2685
Reference Code
V527 / PS 3 - 1 to 54
M79 / 16
GMD
Photograph
Lantern slide
Transparency
Date Range
[after 1915]
Physical Description
44 photographs : transparencies; glass. -- 1 item of textual records (.5cm)
Scope & Content
Presentation pertains to Mary Schaffer's travels to Maligne Lake in Jasper, Alberta in 1908 and 1911. Originally consisted of 54 lantern slides (missing items are numbers: 14, 20, 28, 29, 30, 40, 41, 42, 47, 52). Textual item is script
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