[Harry Day photo]
Alice [i.e. Agnes] Cameron [with] Days. [One other man in photograph is unidentified.]
Fort Simpson church with house in winter--best buildings in the north. From Mr. Christie, a late member.
S.S. Mckenzie at Hay River. The new steamer, something like the Mayflower with twelve rooms on board.
[Front of print:] Wash day, Slave Indians, Fort Simpson, Mackenzie River, N.W.T. [On reverse of print:] My won't we be clean. H.L.D.
[Interior of scow partially visible. A row of men along the shore.]
[A bird's nest - eggs in nest].
[Camp scene with snow houses and drying racks].
Icy Cape. Place I reached where frozen. About 20 miles from Lake Harbour. [Camp established].
Baffin Land 1909. [Mother seal and pup].
Taken by Bishop Fleming in 1908/1909 when he was missionary at Lake Harbour. [Igloo has been built and another under construction, komatik near by]
"The last of the old time Whalers the Arctic Whaler ACTIVE of Dundee, Scotland. This vessel visited the north for over 40 years and was last at sea during the great war. [Ship in water].
[Interior of snow hut, Baffin Land].
Day's garden F[Fort] Simpson. [Mr. and Mrs. Harry Day in their garden.]
Mission House. Snow we get in the north. H.L.D. [Fort Simpson Mission House.]
[Interior of St. David's Anglican Church, Fort Simpson.] H.L.D.
H.B.C. Fort Simpson, N.W.T. M.X. [H.B.Co. guest house at Fort Simpson, with a crowd of people lined up in front of the building and on the balcony.]