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Northwest Territories. Northwest Territories Historical Advisory Board fonds
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Northwest Territories. Northwest Territories Historical Advisory Board fonds

  • 323
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1975

This fonds consists of 50.3 cm of textual records, 31 black and white photographs and negatives, 3 maps, and 1 architectural drawing. The textual material includes correspondence, minutes, annual reports, reports on the Territorial Museum, project files, archaeological site regulations, and files on toponymic activities. Included among the correspondence files are the records of the Chairman of the Board, Alexander Stevenson, and of the Permanent Secretary of the Board. The photographs consist of 3 photographs possibly intended to be used in a pamphlet, 16 black and white negatives of Dene women and Inuit camps, 2 prints and 1 duplicate negative of Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Sergeant Cook in Hay River and an image of Matt Berry, Val Patriarche, Jim Hall, and Ken Murray at Fort Rae in 1930. The images were collected by the NWT Historical Advisory Board as part of its mandate to acquire historical materials on behalf of the Government of the Northwest Territories. In addition, there are 9 photographs of Albert Faille's cabin, scow and warehouse at Fort Simpson. The pictures were taken on September 20, 1974 by Henry G. Cook for the Historical Advisory Board, as part of an inventory of Faille's effects. The architectural drawing shows the design for plaquing monuments and the three maps show areas of archaeological interest along the proposed Mackenzie Highway.

Northwest Territories. Northwest Territories Historical Advisory Board (1969-1975)

Northwest Territories. Northwest Territories Historical Advisory Board

The material includes correspondence, minutes, annual reports, reports on the Territorial Museum, pamphlets, project files, archaeological and historic site regulations, and files on toponymic activities. Included among the correspondence files are the files from the Chairman of the Board, Alexander Stevenson and from the permanent secretary of the Board.

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