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Robert R. Janes
N-2002-027 · Accession · [ca. 1970-1993]
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

The records relate to Robert Janes’ archaeological field work at Fort Alexander, Willow Lake, Dealy Island (Kellett’s Storehouse), Drum Lake, and the Canol Camp, his interest in archaeology and anthropology, his work as the first Director of the Territorial Central Museum (later the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre or PWNHC), and his work as the Executive Director of the Science Institute of the Northwest Territories (SINT). The textual records include archaeological field notes and reports, papers and articles written and collected by Janes, including his thesis, book and article reviews, correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, PWNHC building planning and operation files, newsletters, newspaper clippings, EXPO’86 planning files, and PWNHC and SINT publications. The photographs, maps, and architectural drawings document archaeological excavations at Fort Alexander, Willow Lake, and Dealy Island (Kellett’s Storehouse) and show the building and operations at the PWNHC. One plan also shows preparations for the Northwest Territories pavilion at EXPO’86. The sound recording also relate to the ethnoarchaeological project at Willow Lake, including interviews and a recording of a church service.

N-2003-007: 0208 · Item · [ca. 1979]
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

[Four men, including Commissioner Stuart Hodgson (second from left) and PWNHC Director Robert Janes (second from right) view a sledge flag with the words "The Lady Franklin Nisu" embroidered on it.]

N-2003-007: 0203 · Item · April 1979
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

[Territorial Archivist David Leonard, HRH Prince Charles, and PWNHC Director Robert Janes view a display about the Archives during the PWNHC's opening. The photograph is badly fixed and deteriorating.]

[Fort Simpson]
N-2003-007: 0195 · Item · Summer 1973
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

Joe Mercredi - centre Ft. Simpson, NWT Summer, 1973 [Joe Mercredi (centre) and two other men at Fort Simpson.]