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"3 Little Maids"? - chorus or dance line

  • R-B12580
  • Item
  • 1975 or before

Item is an image of a chorus or dance line possibly performing "3 Little Maids" (from the Mikado?) taken by G.F. Penny, Lafayette Studio.

Lafayette Studio

"Transfer of the head dress" ceremony

  • S-MN-B2630
  • Item
  • 1951-08

"Transfer of the head dress" ceremony at Stand Off, Alberta when Governor-General Viscount Alexander was made Chief Pit-O-To-Kon, Chief Eagle Head.

Melville-Ness, T. R., 1908-1976

1938 Ford truck owned by Alexandre Gervais

  • R-A20032
  • Item
  • 1940

Item is an image of a 1938 Ford truck owned by Alexandre Gervais, a grain loader constructed by Gervais is on the back of the truck.

20th Century Canada

  • S-B6740
  • Item
  • ca. 1906

Item is a reproduction of the back cover for a Department of the Interior promotional brochure.

Canada. Dept of the Interior

40 x 40 Radial Spillway gate for Warsak Hydro-Electric Development in Pakistan being manufactured in Montreal by Canadian Vickers Ltd

  • R-B14145 (1)-(5)
  • Item
  • 1958

Items are images of 40 x 40 Radial Spillway gate for Warsak Hydro-Electric Development in Pakistan being manufactured in Montreal by Canadian Vickers Ltd. Images show:
(1)-(3) Group of men stand on a deck, with David Cass-Beggs at far left in R-B14145 (1) and (2).

(4)-(5) Men stand in manufacturing building.

Graetz Bros. Ltd.

5eme convention annuelle du Congress Canadien du Travail tenue a Quebec, au Chateau Frontenac du 16 au 21 Oct. 1944. [Fifth Annual Convention of the Canadian Congress of Labour held in Quebec, at the Chateau Frontenac, from 16th to 20th October, 1944]

  • R-D2516
  • Item
  • between 1944-10-16 and 1944-10-21

5eme convention annuelle du Congress Canadien du Travail tenue a Quebec, au Chateau Frontenac du 16 au 21 Oct. 1944. [Fifth Annual Convention of the Canadian Congress of Labour held in Quebec, at the Chateau Frontenac, from 16th to 20th October, 1944]

Gosselin, Levis

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