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G-1999-057 · Accession · 1977-1991
Part of Northwest Territories. Department of Culture and Communications fonds

Records consist of minutes, agendas and reports from the Public Records Committee; reports and policies related to access to records, conservation, assistance with oral history projects, and records management; and correspondence with heritage organizations in Fort Good Hope, Fort McPherson, and Yellowknife. The accession includes some files which appear to have been created by the Records Management section of the Department of Government Services.

Northwest Territories. Department of Culture and Communications. Museums and Heritage division. NWT Archives
G-1999-092 · Accession · 1979-1994
Part of Northwest Territories. Department of Culture and Communications fonds

Records include minutes of staff meetings and Public Records Committee meetings, as well as correspondence and reports regarding reference requests, photo orders, acquisition of records, conservation, oral history, and legislation. The accession also includes several files created by the Records Management unit of the Department of Government Services, relating to scheduling and storage of government records.

Northwest Territories. Department of Culture and Communications. Museums and Heritage division. NWT Archives
William McDonald Diary
N-1999-038: 1-1 · File · 1940-1948
Part of William McDonald fonds

Diary belonging to William McDonald containing bird watching notes and weather and temperature observations while he was at Jolliffe Island. The entries in the diary are dated between 1940-1948. [Pencil handwriting is very faded and mostly illegible, blank pages were not scanned]

[Map showing Fort Good Hope Community Plan, including the text of the plan, table of existing infrastructure, and Block Land Transfer Map (Schedule). The verso shows the Land Use Plan (Schedule 2) including areas for community use, housing, industrial, open space/park, hinterland, future development, rivers, airport, and picnic sites. An inset shows the Jackfish Creek Redevelopment.]