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"The last of the old time whalers the Arctic whaler "Active" of Dundee Scotland. This vessel visited the North for 40 years or was lost at sea during the great war" 1908-1909.

[NWT Council]

"The Honourable Herbert Charles Wilson, MD; speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories from 1883-1888. Dr. Wilson was born in Picton, Ontario and practiced medicine in Edmonton, Alberta from 1882 until his death in 1909 at age of fifty years"

[Harry Day photo]

In our skins, taken in January. What do you think of the dogs[?] leader, Spring, Rex, [Skit?], and [Belfour?]. H.L.D.
[Mr. and Mrs. Day with dogs and sled.]


[The writing on the back of this print was positioned to show the location of the buildings referred to, on the reverse.] A good photo showing supply of wood. School house-carpenter shop. [building on right] Mission house. [middle] Winter walk down here "x". Patsi killed a black wolf. [This photograph is a duplicate of item 0005.]


H.L. Day. [Scows loaded with goods.]

[Fort Simpson]

H.L.D. [Mr. and Mrs. Day in front of St. David's Anglican church in Fort Simpson.]

[Fort Simpson]

H.L.D. "Photo by H.W. JONES, Hay River, Gt' Slave Lake N.W.T." [Anglican Church and Mission buildings at Fort Simpson.]

[Fort Simpson]

The house [Fort Simpson Mission House], no walk showing for three months. [This photograph is a duplicate of item 0007.]

[Fort Simpson]

Interior of St. David's [Anglican church, Fort Simpson]. Organ not showing.

[Fort Simpson]

[Hudson's Bay Company buildings at Fort Simpson. View from behind looking towards river, stockade fence, grave in foreground.]

[Fort Simpson]

Fort Simpson taken with Northern Lights shining. H.B.Co's [illegible.] [Post Card] [Hudson's Bay Co. buildings, taken just in front of stockade fence looking toward river.]

[Hay River]

Sawing boards, Hay River. H.L.D. "Photo by H.W. JONES. Hay River, Gt' Slave Lake, N.W.T."

[Hay River]

A good catch. Putting up the fish for winter use. H.L.D. Photo by H.W. JONES, Photographer, Hay River, Gt' Slave Lake, N.W.T.

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