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[Fort McPherson]
G-1979-002: 0001 · Item · 1910
Part of Royal Canadian Mounted Police fonds

Mountie patrol prepares to leave Fort McPherson for the return to Dawson City in the spring of 1910. Commander of the patrol was Constable Dempster, the man in the centre is the Reverend Charles Johnson a missionary who accompanied the patrol on the journey to Dawson City. [Dawson Patrol/Lost Patrol]

[RCMP Lost Patrol]
G-1979-002: 0003 · Item · 1910
Part of Royal Canadian Mounted Police fonds

Church of England Mission church yard firing party of burial of members of the ill fated Fitzgerald Patrol of Fort McPherson NWT, Rev. C.E. Whittaker officiating. [Anglican church] [Dawson Lost Patrol]

[RCMP Ball]
G-1979-007: 0116 · Item · 1973
Part of Royal Canadian Mounted Police fonds

L-R: Commissioner Stuart Hodgson, seated Mrs. W.L. Higgett, RCMP Canadian Commander W.L. 'Len' Higgett. RCMP Ball, Yellowknife 1973.

["Photos 0114-0157 were taken at the RCMP Ball commemorating 100 years of the RCMP. The Ball was held at the Elk's Hall in Yellowknife in 1973. Commissioner of the NWT, Stuart Hodgson had the Hall converted into a replica of an old RCMP fort and he called it Fort Michener in honour of the Governor General of Canada, Roland Michener, who attended the Ball. The NWT Commissioners Ball was held the Friday night and the RCMP ball was held on the Saturday night."]

[RCMP Ball]
G-1979-007: 0119 · Item · 1973
Part of Royal Canadian Mounted Police fonds

RCMP Constable Jerry Tilley. RCMP Ball, Yellowknife 1973.

["Photos 0114-0157 were taken at the RCMP Ball commemorating 100 years of the RCMP. The Ball was held at the Elk's Hall in Yellowknife in 1973. Commissioner of the NWT, Stuart Hodgson had the Hall converted into a replica of an old RCMP fort and he called it Fort Michener in honour of the Governor General of Canada, Roland Michener, who attended the Ball. The NWT Commissioners Ball was held the Friday night and the RCMP ball was held on the Saturday night."]