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Photographs and employment charters relating to Archibald McDonald

Images accumulated and used by Archibald McDonald (1836-1915), the last Chief Factor for the Hudson's Bay Company in Fort Qu'Appelle.

(1): Exterior view of the Hudson's Bay Company store in Fort Qu'Appelle with seven unidentified men, one dog and one child in front of the store.

(2): Portrait of Archibald McDonald seated in a chair with his legs crossed. Photographer: Maull & Company, London, United Kingdom.

(3): Portrait of Archibald McDonald by Gauvin Gentzel & Company of Winnipeg. McDonald's signature is below the portrait.

(4): Exterior view of Fort Garry.

(5): Composite photograph of Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) Commissioned Officers, 1872-1881. Key to picture is included.

(6): Group of unidentified men in room with door in background and furs on floor in front. American Art Gallery, Winnipeg stamped on back.

(7): Group of unidentified men outside the original Fort Garry gate.

(8): Photographic copy of a sketch of Fort Qu'Appelle by Neison, 1877.

GM-DA-6: Watercolour painting of Fort Qu'Appelle by F.W. Lee, October 1899.

TR-205 to TR-206: Charters issued to Archibald McDonald by the Hudson's Bay Company relating to his employment as chief trader and factor dated April 9, 1872 and May 31, 1873.

Scenes in Regina, Saskatchewan

(1): Image of unidentified man standing next to an automobile with houses in the background in Regina, Saskatchewan. 1921.

(2): Postcard of the Allen Theatre, Regina with interior and exterior views. 1918 or after.

(3)-(4): Images of an unidentified man wearing a cowboy hat, scarf, gloves and chaps standing in a riding corral. R.C.M.P. Barracks is written on the photographs. 19--.

(5)-(10): Images of a parade celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Canadian Confederation in 1927 in Regina, Saskatchewan. Includes images of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) float, Fathers of Confederation float, Hudson's Bay Company, Regina float and Regina Boat Club float.

(11)-(13): Unidentified men and women, possibly First Nations, with two RCMP officers in Regina. 19--.