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- CA ACU GBA F1137
- 1858-1956, predominant 1924-1956
The fonds consists of alphabetically arranged subject files created while anthropologist at the National Museum. These contain Leechman's correspondence, articles and research notes on various native peoples topics; articles and reports collected for reference purposes; and circulars, convention proceedings, etc., of organizations to which he belonged. Includes photographs of British Columbia and Yukon native peoples, native villages and petroglyphs.
Leechman, J. Douglas
- CA ACU GBA F1366
- 1874-1989, predominant 1875-1930s
The fonds consists of Ed Nagle's diaries (1875-1890, 1906-1927), business records, and personal financial records; Ted Nagle's diaries (1926-1930), correspondence, notebooks, maps, reference files, and autobiography; and extensive photographs of fur trade and prospecting activities in northern Canada, including views of First Nations, fur traders and posts, prospectors, canoes and other transportation, camps, hides and furs, etc.
- CA ACU GBA F2442
The fonds consists of his personal papers, including genealogical records and his application for Metis status; incorporation documents and work orders for Frontier Services; minutes, correspondence, and reports of various organizations to which he belonged, including the Metis Association of Alberta / Metis Nation of Alberta (Zone 3 and Local 87), Calgary Native Friendship Society, and Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee; and reference material related to the Metis.
- CA ACU GBA F2541
- Photocopied 1960 (originally created 1871)
The fonds consists of a photocopy of Jean L’Heureux’s manuscript “Description of a Portion of the Nor’West and the Indians”, containing descriptions of geographical features of the Blackfoot territory, as well as comments on Blackfoot customs, the whiskey trade, and predictions for settlement.
- CA ACU GBA F2564
- Copied 1964 (originally created between 1899 and 1902)
The fonds consists of photographs of the Treaty 8 Commission, attributed to David Laird in his capacity as Indian Commissioner.
Canada. Department of Indian Affairs
- CA ACU GBA F1675
- Microfilmed 1963 (originally created 1945)
The fonds consists of "Indian Harvest", a fictionalized account of the 1945 hunting trip.
Siemens, William J.
- CA ACU GBA F1690
- 1919, 1974-2005
The fonds consists of his research material, correspondence, recorded interviews and photographs pertaining to his books about Long Lance (Sylvester Clark Long); Grey Owl; and the Lougheed Building and Grand Theatre; and his articles about John Laurie, Honore Joseph Jaxon, the Herchmer family, Annie Glen Broder and the Steinhauer family. Includes copies of John Laurie, Long Lance and Grey Owl personal and family papers from a wide variety of private sources; television and radio programs regarding Grey Owl.
Smith, Donald B.
- CA ACU GBA F1693
- The fonds consists of her articles, stories and reminiscences, and some correspondence, family photographs, greeting cards, and newsclippings. Includes a rolled scroll, entitled "Catholic Ladder", made by Father Lacombe.
- RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS: Lionel Brooke, O.G. Brooke, John George "Kootenai" Brown, Ermineskin (Cree), Ed La Grandeur, George Levasseur, A.H. Lynch-Staunton, Louis Riel, and H.A. Riviere.
Smith, Marie Rose
- CA ACU GBA F1570
The fonds consists of diaries kept while in eastern Arctic.
Robertson, Renn S.
- CA ACU GBA F2941
The fonds consists of a recorded and transcribed interview with Peter Tomkins Jr., in which he discusses his father's experiences as Riel's prisoner in 1885 and as a Dominion land agent in the Grande Prairie area from 1907 to 1911. He also discusses his own life and activities. The interview was conducted by Glenbow staff members Doug Light and Georgeen Barrass in 1969. Includes photographs (1885-1962) of Tomkins family members, signatures of men held prisoner by Riel, and the executive of the Metis Association of Alberta.