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Philip H. Godsell at HBC post, 1918
Philip H. Godsell at HBC Post, 1918
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Philip H. Godsell fonds

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Table of Contents

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Series 1 Correspondence. -- 1919-1961
Series 2 Manuscripts of books. -- 1933-1961
Series 3 Radio broadcasts, lectures and pageants. -- 1936-1960
Series 4 Projects and reports. -- 1928, 1957-1960
Series 5 Manuscripts of articles and short stories. -- 1937-1957
Series 6 Personal and general papers. -- 1914-1961
Series 7 Scrapbooks and newspaper clippings. -- 1933-1960
Series 8 Photographs. -- [ca. 1890-1960s]

Inventory

Series 1 Correspondence. -- 1919-1961. -- The series consists of personal correspondence, Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) business correspondence, Glenbow Foundation business correspondence, and correspondence related to his writings.
M-433-1 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1919
M-433-2 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1920
M-433-3 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1921
M-433-4 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1922
M-433-5 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1923
M-433-6 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1924
M-433-7 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1925
M-433-8 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1926
M-433-9 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1927
M-433-10 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1928
M-433-11 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1929
M-433-12 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1930
M-433-13 Hudson's Bay Company business correspondence. -- 1931
M-433-14 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1932-1934
M-433-15 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1935-1936
M-433-16 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1937
M-433-17 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1938
M-433-18 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1939
M-433-19 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1940-1941
M-433-20 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1942
M-433-21 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1943
M-433-22 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1944
M-433-23 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1945
M-433-24 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1946
M-433-25 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1947
M-433-26 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1948
M-433-27 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1949
M-433-28 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1950
M-433-29 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1951
M-433-30 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1952-1953
M-433-31 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1954
M-433-32 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1955
M-433-33 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1956
M-433-34 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1957
M-433-35 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1955-1957
M-433-36 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1957-1958
M-433-37 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1959
M-433-38 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1960
M-433-39 Manuscripts and general business correspondence. -- 1961
M-433-40 Glenbow Foundation work reports. -- 1956-1961
M-433-41 Glenbow Foundation memos and business correspondence. -- 1955-1957
M-433-42 Glenbow Foundation memos and business correspondence. -- 1958-1959
M-433-43 Glenbow Foundation memos and business correspondence. -- 1960
M-433-44 Glenbow Foundation memos and business correspondence. -- 1961
M-433-45 Correspondence regarding Arctic Trader. -- 1933-1934
M-433-46 Correspondence regarding Arctic Trader. -- 1935-1936
M-433-47 Correspondence regarding Arctic Trader. -- 1937-1938
M-433-48 Correspondence regarding Arctic Trader. -- 1939-1942
M-433-49 Correspondence regarding Arctic Trader. -- 1943
M-433-50 Correspondence regarding Arctic Trader. -- 1944-1945
M-433-51 Newspaper clippings, pamphlets, articles, etc. regarding Arctic Trader
M-433-52 Correspondence regarding The Alaska Highway. -- 1942-1947
M-433-53 Correspondence regarding The Yukon. -- 1953-1955
M-433-54 Corrsepondence regarding Pilots of the Purple Twilight. -- 1954-1958
M-433-55 Correspondence regarding Wop May book. -- 1953
M-433-56 Notes and newspaper clippings regarding the Wop May book
M-433-57 Canadian Pacific Airlines profiles of Con Farrel, Frederick Burt-Johns, Frank Hartley, and Samuel A. Tomlinson.
M-433-58 Correspondence regarding The Vanishing Frontier. -- 1937-1940
M-433-59 Correspondence regarding They Got Their Man. -- 1940-1944
M-433-60 Newspaper clippings etc. regarding They Got Their Man
M-433-61 Correspondence regarding films produced by Philip H. Godsell: The Vanishing Red Man Lives Again; The Alaska Highway; When Fur Was King.
M-433-62 Manuscript, "Snaring the Phantom Killer of the St. Laurent". -- n.d.
M-433-63 Correspondence regarding the Poole Field letters. -- 1939-1940, 1957
M-433-64 Indian exhibit at the Calgary Stampede. -- 1959-1960. -- Handicrafts and explanations.
M-433-65 Correspondence regarding Indian problems. -- 1937-1939. -- Consists of letters from the Indian Association of America; and personal correspondence.
M-433-66 Peace Pipe ceremony, script, Banff Indian Days. -- 1949
M-433-67 Notes on manuscript, "Causes of Eskimo and Indian Problems".-- 1960
M-433-68 Script for radio broadcast on origin of Plains Indian. -- 1959
M-433-69 Lupson photograph project, rough notes. -- [ca. 1955]
M-433-70 Indian handicrafts prices and catalogues from dealers
M-433-71 Indian, miscellaneous. -- 1948-1959. -- Consists of purchases of Indian artifacts; speech by Johnny Bearspaw when electing Philip Godsell Chiefof the Stoneys; study of Haida secret societies, etc.
Series 2 Manuscripts of books. -- 1933-1961. -- The series consists of rough drafts and finished manuscripts of books written by Philip H. Godsell. The 1955-1961 works were undertaken as a Glenbow Foundation employee.
M-433-72 Manuscripts regarding R.N. Wilson project for Glenbow Foundation. -- [ca. 1958]
M-433-73 Manuscript, The Yukon, by A.C. Hinton and P.H. Godsell
M-433-74 Manuscript, The Yukon, rough draft no. 1
M-433-75 Manuscript, The Yukon, rough draft no. 2
M-433-76 Manuscript, Pilots of the Porple Twilight
M-433-77 Manuscript, Pilots of the Porple Twilight, rough draft no. 1
M-433-78 Manuscript, Pilots of the Porple Twilight, rough draft no. 2
M-433-79 Manuscript, They Got Their Man
M-433-80 Manuscript, He Flew to Adventure
M-433-81 Manuscript, He Flew to Adventure, rough draft
M-433-82 Manuscript, Romance of the Alaska Highway
M-433-83 Manuscript, The Vanishing Frontier
M-433-84 Manuscript, The Red Hunters of the Snow
M-433-85 Manuscript, Nomads of the Nearing North (bound). -- 1935
M-433-86 Manuscript, Traders, Mounties and Medicine Men. -- 1933
M-427 Bound volume entitled "Chronicles of a Fur Trader". -- [compiled 1955]. -- 140 pages. -- Consists of excerpts from Godsell's writings, related to his position as Inspecting Officer for the Athabasca, Mackenzie River, Peace River, Saskatchewan and Western Arctic Districts of the Hudson's Bay Company. Illustrated with Godsell's photographs.
M-428 Bound volume entitled "Inspector F.H. French - Lower Fort Garry - Herb H. Hall, trader". -- 1956. -- 122 pages. -- Includes notes and comments by Philip H. Godsell.
M-429 Bound volume entitled "Indian and Eskimo Problems". -- 1955. -- 101 pages. -- Consists of excerpts from Godsell's writings abou the expoitation of fur and game resources of Northern Canada, and original and development of Indian and Eskimo problems.
M-433-346 Bound volumes entitled "The Fur Trade Marches North". -- 1957. -- 3 volumes
M-433-347 Bound volumes entitled "Chronicles of Keewatin". -- 1961. -- 3 volumes
Series 3 Radio broadcasts, lectures and pageants. -- 1936-1960. -- The scripts, unless otherwise noted, are the writings of Philip H. Godsell.
M-433-87 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1936-1937
M-433-88 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1938
M-433-89 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1939
M-433-90 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1940
M-433-91 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1941
M-433-92 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1942
M-433-93 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1945
M-433-94 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1946
M-433-95 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1947
RBD-34 Sound recording of radio broadcast "Christmas on the Frozen Frontier" by Philip H. Godsell. -- 1956. -- 1 transcription disc. -- This was broadcast on Talk of the town on CFAC radio. There is a cassette copy at RET-34.
M-430 Script for radio broadcast entitled "Christmas 'Neath the Northern Lights. -- 1957. -- This was broadcast on Talk of the Town on CFAC radio at 8:15 pm, Wednesday, December 25, 1957.
M-432 Script for radio broadcast entitled "Caribou Carnage". -- 1958. -- This was broadcast on Talk of the Town on CFAC on February 25, 1958.
M-433-96 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1958
M-433-97 Scripts for radio broadcasts. -- 1959
M-433-98 Synopsis for movie, "Frontier Gold"
M-433-99 Scripts for Mrs. Jean Godsell's radio broadcasts. -- 1938-1958
M-433-100 Lecture notes. -- 1953-1960
M-433-101 Notes for La Verendrye Pageant, Winnipeg. -- 1938
M-433-102 Comments on published manuscripts and comments on Project Four manuscripts. -- n.d.
Series 4 Projects and reports. -- 1928, 1957-1960. -- Consists primarily of research projects undertaken while working for the Glenbow Foundation. Includes a 1928 report written while an HBC employee.
M-433-103 Notebook of short references such as lists of various Western Indian tribes, fur trade, anecdotes, etc. -- n.d.
M-433-104 Special investigation. -- 1928. -- Mackenzie River District, Northwest Territories, for the Hudson's Bay Company and Department of the Interior.
F-45 Visit of dignitary to Indian camp. -- [ca. 1930]. -- 1 film reel (50 feet) 1 min. 23 sec.;sil., b+w, 16mm. -- This short film pictures an Indian village and several people walking by it. One is in uniform. One group may be the dignitaries. An Indian chief is shown. No captions on film.
M-433-105 Report of David Thompson celebration at Rocky Mountain House. -- 1957. -- Another copy is found in M-424.
M-433-106 Report, "A Fur Trader [Godsell] Turns Showman". -- 1957. -- Another copy is found in M-425.
M-3957 Brief biography of Peter Freuchen. -- 1957. -- Consists of an obituary written for the Explorers Journal.
M-433-107 Map project on Canadian fur trading routes. -- 1957-1959. -- Includs a list of fur trade posts on the Saskatchewan River.
M-433-108 Report of Chief Factor James Anderson, Mackenzie River District, and lists of posts, 1851-1857. -- 1858. -- Another copy is in M-4514.
M-433-109 Report regarding trip to Browning, Montana for North American Indian Days. -- 1955. -- Another copy is found in M-427.
M-433-110 Report regarding trip to Winnipeg, St. Peter's Reserve. -- 1957
M-433-111 Manuscript, "The Fur Trade Marches North"
M-433-112 The Aklavik Journal. -- 1956-1957
M-4500 Articles on Alberta and Yukon Territory, submitted to Encyclopedia Britannica. -- October 1957
M-433-113 Calgary Stampede business and correspondence. -- 1955
M-433-114 Calgary Stampede pamphlets. -- 1955-1960
M-433-115 Calgary Stampede business and correspondence. -- 1956
M-433-116 Calgary Stampede business and correspondence. -- 1957
M-433-117 Calgary Stampede business and correspondence. -- 1958
M-433-118 Calgary Stampede business and correspondence. -- 1959
M-433-119 Calgary Stampede business and correspondence. -- 1960-61
M-433-120 Old Time Range Men's Dinner menus and invitations. -- 1955-1960
M-8872-1 Report (with illustrations) about the Blackfoot All Brave Dog Society [Crazy Dog]. -- 1960
M-8872-2 Report (with illustrations) about the Blackfoot Motoki Society [women's society, also spelled Matoki]. -- 1960
Series 5 Manuscripts of articles and short stories. -- 1937-1957. -- Consists primarily of short pieces written by Philip H. Godsell, which were submitted to, and sometimes published by outdoor, detective, adventure, and boys' journals. Included are some articles written by his wife Jean Godsell, and a few lengthier manuscripts written by other people, such as the memoirs of Beryl Rowland, a history of the Kainai Chieftainship by Canon Samuel Middleton, and W. Herman's autobiography.
M-433-121 "Polar Bears are Bad Medicne". -- 1946
M-433-122 "Musk Ox Meat for Millions?". -- 1949
M-433-123 "Murder Midst the Ice-Fields". -- 1940
M-433-124 "The Clue of the Cloven Skull". -- 1940
M-433-125 "The Flaming Forest". -- n.d.
M-433-126 "Snaring Canada's Deadly Bank Bandit". -- 1941
M-433-127 "The Alaska Highway". -- n.d.
M-433-128 "Gomorrah of the Icefields". -- 1941
M-433-129 "The World Watches Greenland". -- 1941
M-433-130 "The Nehanni Indians". -- n.d. -- [Now spelled Nahanni]
M-433-131 "Steamboat 'Round the Bend", Beth Paterson. -- n.d.
M-433-132 "Waterton Lake", Canon Middleton. -- n.d.
M-433-133 "Safari Sequel". -- n.d.
M-433-134 "Radio's Bow to the Silent Places" and "The Indians and the War", written by Jean Godsell
M-433-135 "Lower Fort Garry, Birthplace of the North-Wested Mounted [Police]". -- 1940
M-433-136 "The Patrol of the Sun Dance Trail". -- n.d.
M-433-137 "Last Round-up". -- 1940
M-433-138 "Touch and Go". -- n.d.
M-433-139 "Vengeance of the Mounted". -- n.d.
M-433-140 "Redskin Revenge". -- n.d.
M-433-141 "Canada's Scarlet Riders". -- n.d.
M-433-142 "Christmas 'Neath the Northern Lights". -- n.d.
M-433-143 ""Witchcraft in the Wilds". -- n.d.
M-433-144 "The Red Man Takes the War Trail". -- n.d.
M-433-145 "Winged Mercy Ride the Skies". -- 1941
M-433-146 "Secret of the Ice Fields". -- 1942
M-433-147 "Canada's 'Burma Road' to Alaska". -- 1942
M-433-148 "Vikings in Manitoba". -- n.d.
M-433-149 "Yuletide in the Silent Place" and "Yuletide on the Frozen Frontier". -- n.d.
M-433-150 "The Silver Chiefs". -- n.d.
M-433-151 "Adventuring Around Hudson Bay". -- n.d.
M-433-152 "The Sea-Wolf of the Arctic". -- n.d.
M-433-153 "The Trail of the North-West Mounted [Police]". -- n.d.
M-433-154 "Murder on the Peace". -- 1943
M-433-155 "I Forged the First Link of the Alaska Highway". -- 1942
M-433-156 "Mystery of the Shrinking Corpse". -- n.d.
M-433-157 "Last Covered Wagon Trail". -- n.d.
M-433-158 "Secret of the Slough". -- n.d.
M-433-159 "Trailing the Firebrands of the Rockies". -- n.d.
M-433-160 "Trail of Bill Haney, Last of the Train Bandits". -- 1943
M-433-161 "When Civilization Meets the Stone Age". -- 1943
M-433-162 "Redskin's Reunion". -- 1938
M-433-163 "Dead Man's Gold". -- 1951
M-433-164 "The Trail of Tamowenak". -- n.d.
M-433-165 "The Pleasant Speaking People". -- 1950
M-433-166 "Ochichakoosuk - The Crane People". -- 1950
M-433-167 "Among the Beaver Lodges". -- 1953
M-433-168 "The Hermit of the Barrens". -- n.d.
M-433-169 "Trailing the Witch-Killers of the Frozen North". -- 1951
M-433-170 "78 Years of the North-West Mounted Police. -- 1951
M-433-171 "Pathfinding Beyond the Peace". -- 1951
M-433-172 "One Man Against the North-West Mounted Police". -- 1951
M-433-173 "Shanghaied". - 1948
M-433-174 "Last of the Buffalo Huners". -- 1951
M-433-175 "Viscount Alexander Becomes Chief of the Blackfoot Tribe". -- 1951
M-433-176 "Gallow 'North the Northern Light'". -- 1941
M-433-177 "Murder in the Crow's Nest". -- n.d.
M-433-178 "These Cranes Aren't Whoopers". -- 1950
M-433-179 "The Clue of the Cloven Skull". -- n.d.
M-433-180 "Kainai Chieftainship", written by S.H. Middleton. -- 1952
M-433-181 "Memoirs of Mrs. Beryl Rowland", written by Beryl Rowland. -- [ca. 1950s]
M-433-182 "Corporal Clay of the Mounted Crack the Rum-running Baker Gang". -- 1956
M-433-183 "Stalking the Arctic's Elusive Fur Bandits". -- 1956
M-433-184 "Last War Path". -- 1956
M-433-185 "Skagway Terrors". -- 1956
M-433-186 "The Eskimo Saviour and the Fur Clad Angels". -- 1957
M-433-187 "The Sorcerer and the Secret Sepulchre". -- 1941
M-433-188 "One Brave Agains the NWMP [North-West Mounted Police]". -- 1955
M-433-189 "Crow's Nest Bandits". -- n.d.
M-433-190 "The Mystery Murders of the Stikene and the Man Who Wouldn't Hang". -- n.d.
M-433-191 "Bloody Christmas". -- 1937
M-433-192 "The Murdered Six and the Phantom Killer". -- 1943
M-433-193 "Famous Forts of Furland". -- Includes Fort York, Fort Prince of Wales, Fort Chipewyan, Fort Resolution, Fort Simpson, Fort Norman, Fort Norway House, and Fort Aklavik.
M-433-194 "Trailing the Mad Trapper of Rat River". -- 1955
M-433-195 "The Eskimo who Played God". -- n.d.
M-433-196 "The Land of Missing Men". -- n.d.
M-433-197 "The Lake Cabin Murder Mystery". -- n.d.
M-433-198 "International Intrigue of the Millionaire Mountie". -- 1943
M-433-199 "The Weetigo of Fort Severn". -- n.d.
M-433-200 "The Eskimo Messiah".-- n.d.
M-433-201 "The Caribou Came Too Late". -- n.d.
M-433-202 "Hermit of the Barrens"
M-433-203 "Red Scourge of the Three Mad Cossacks". -- n.d.
M-433-204 "Trailing the Torture Killer of the Frozen North". -- n.d.
M-433-205 "I Bucked the Arctic Rockies by Dog-Team". -- 1955
M-433-206 "Crimson Saga of Ice-Bound Baffin Island"
M-433-207 "Yuletide Trail"
M-433-208 "Yuletide Trailing the Fur Bandits of Fort Sickannie"
M-433-209 "Curse of the Broken Taboo"
M-433-210 "Mystery Man of the Alaska Highway"
M-433-211 "My Garden of Eden on the Peace". -- Written by Jean Godsell.
M-433-212 "Lake Cabin Murder Mystery"
M-433-213 "The Scarlet Trail of the Outlaw McLeans"
M-433-214 "Black Demon of the Yukon"
M-433-215 "Arctic Madness"
M-433-216 "The Brand of the Tomahawk". -- n.d.
M-433-217 "Prehistoric Caves of Canada's Sub-Arctic. -- n.d.
M-433-218 "The Haunted River"
M-433-219 "Sub-Arctic Justice". -- n.d.
M-433-220 "An Arctic Caribou Hunt". -- n.d.
M-433-221 "The Missing Letter"; "The Caribou Death Trail"; and "The Squaw's Curse"
M-433-222 "The Crimson Trail of the Minichinas Hills"
M-433-223 "The Madness of the Muskegs"
M-433-224 "The White Man's Law"
M-433-225 "West to the Setting Sun"
M-433-226 "The Spectre of Fort Severn"
M-433-227 "Trailing the Notorious Baker Gang"
M-433-228 "Scarlet-Coated Explorers Conquer North-West Passage". -- 1942
M-433-229 "The Romance of Rocky Mountain Fort". -- 1942
M-433-230 "Caribou, Porpoises, and Polar Bears"
M-433-231 "Corporal Doak's Last Trails"
M-433-232 "The Messiah Murders". -- 1941
M-433-233 "They Beat Juvenile Delinquency". -- 1951
M-433-234 "Adventuring Around Hudson Bay". -- 1951
M-433-235 "Wilderness Safari". -- n.d.
M-433-236 "North-West Territories"
M-433-237 "The Wizard and the Hidden Tomb"
M-433-238 "From Whale Steaks to Baby Bonus". -- 1951
M-433-239 "Enigma of the Gilded Corpse"
M-433-240 "Danger Trail". -- 1946
M-433-241 "The Flaming Forest"
M-433-242 "Today is Indian Day"
M-433-243 "Barren Land Patrol". -- 1938
M-433-244 "Hoofprints of the Trojan Horse". -- 1941
M-433-245 "Trapline to Fur Farm"
M-433-246 "From Birchbark to Thunder Bird". -- 1937
M-433-247 "Golf in the Shadow of the Pole", written by Jean Godsell
M-433-248 "Martyrs of the Icefields"
M-433-249 "The Trailings of Yellow Wolf"
M-433-250 "My Juvenile Success Secrets". -- 1940. -- Written by W. Herman.
M-433-251 "Tecumseh - War Chief of the Shawanoes"
M-433-252 "Pontiac, Napoleon of the Forests". -- 1935
M-433-253 "Notes on Tecumseh"
M-433-254 "Tecumseh"
M-433-255 "Christmas Comes to Norway House"
M-433-256 "How the Peace River got its Name"
M-433-257 "Sinister Trail of the Fatal Foxes"
M-433-258 "Moosehide Mummies"
M-433-259 "When Big Bear Fool the War Pack"
M-433-260 "65 Years of the North-West Mounted [Police]"
M-433-261 "Churchill, Where Civilization and the Stone Age Meet"
M-433-262 "The Red Man Takes the War Trail"
M-433-263 "Tangled Trails"
M-433-264 "Wilderness Link with Alaska". -- 1941
M-433-265

"Canada's Undefended Back Door". -- 1940

M-433-266 "Caribou are Where You Find 'Em". -- 1939
M-433-267 "Christmas on the Frozen Frontier"
M-433-268 Fort St. James, Birthplace of British Columiba"
M-433-269 "Icy Hill"
M-433-270 "The Barren Land Patrol". -- 1938
M-433-271 "Adventuring on the Frozen Frontier"
M-433-272 "Witchcraft in the Wilds"
M-433-273 "Winged Mercy Rides the Skies"
M-433-274 "Danger Trail"
M-433-275 "The Taming of Chief Yellow Wolf"
M-433-276 "Smuggled Goods"
M-433-277 "Black Magic". -- 1942
M-433-278 "The Alaska Highway Views the Future"
M-433-279 "Jap [Japanese} 5th Column Store Girls from Down Under". -- 1942
M-433-280 "Canada's Scarlet Riders". -- 1938
M-433-281 "Strange Dreams Which Came True", written by Jean Godsell. -- 1950
M-433-282

"The Bloodstained Mystery Car and the Man with Big Ears"

"The Mystery of the Blood-Smeared Motor Boat, the Missing Captain, and the phony Revenue Officer"

"The Clue of the Beckoning Hand"

"The Riddle of the Murdered Bacherlor - the Lady Barber and the Missing Diamonds"

"The Bloodstained Flatcar and the Man with the Pock-Marked Face"

"The Snaring of Mike the Horse"

"Trailing the Mystery Killer of Rose Filer"

"The Dream that Solved a Slaying"

"The Clue of the Stained Hat Band"

"Half an Hour from the Perfect Crime"

"Mystery of the Frozen Corpse, the Beautiful Blonde, and the One-Eyed Cossack". -- 1943

"The Murdering Lothares and the Dividends of Death"

"The Snowbird Slayers and the Scarlet Siren"

"The Sun Worshippers and the Lost Co-Ed". -- 1957

M-433-283

"Case of the Howling Dog and the Unpainted Punt"

"The Gun-Crazy Killer and the Smiling Blonde". -- 1943

"Arsenic for Two"

"The Blonde Wildcat and the Well-Eyed Gun Man"

"Riddle of the Murdered Judge and the Voluptous Brunettes"

"The Flying Romeo and the Kidnapped Blonde". -- 1945

"The Unrelenting Deputy and the Mystery Killers of the Tortured Hermit"

"Western Canada's Famed Krefchenko Case"

"The Phantom Bandit and the Hoodoo Jewels"

"Blood on the 'Poor Man's Trail'"

"Wedding Bells and Arsenic"

M-433-284

"The Blonde Eskimo and the Missing Scientists"

"The Brand of the Tomahawk"

"The Slain Brunette and the Clue of the Orange Thread"

"Double-Cross in Duplicate". -- 1943

"Murdering Bluebeard and the Stairway to Death"

"The She-Wolf and the Skull with the Golden Teeth"

"The Strangled Butterfly and the Jekyl and Hyde Slayer"

"Mystery of the Bombed Miner and the Beautiful Blonde"

"Solving the Mystery of the Floating Cadaver"

"Terror at the Corner House"

"The Clue of the Crimson Handprint"

"The Lost Scientists, the Blonde Savages, and the Scarlet Trailers". -- 1946

M-433-285

"Scarlet Trails of the Silk-Hatted Professor"

"The Slain Taxi Driver, the Missing Corpse, and the Beautiful Blonde"

"The Case of the Legless Torso"

"The Lovelorn Aeroplane Bandit and the Trussed Cadaver"

"Death Stalks the Night"

"The Corpse with the Severed Head"

"The Clue of the Clutching Fingers"

"Death's Anvil Echoes a Requiem"

"The Murdering Monster and the Playgrounds of Doom"

"The Clue of the Green Cockatoo"

"Trailing Montreal's Counterfeit Ring"

"The Mystery of the Man in Black"

M-433-286

"The Mystery of the Muskrat Cap". -- 1942

"Murder in the Mountains"

"The Nude Beauty and the Phantom Slayer"

"Hot Seat for Sex"

"Snaring the Pistol-Packing Mama"

"Midnight Marauder and the Kiss of Doom"

"Solving the Mystery of the Belville Hatchet Slaying"

"Solving the Mystery of the Slain Newlyweds"

"Drugs and Diplomacy"

Series 6 Personal and general papers. - 1820, 1914-1961
M-433-287 Employment contract with Hudson's Bay Company. -- 1914
M-433-288 Hudson's Bay Company - 5 shilling notes. -- 1820
M-433-289 Letter of election to the Explorers' Club. -- 1952
M-433-290 Letter of election to the Royal Empire Society. -- 1952
M-433-291 Letter of election to the Arctic Institute of North America. -- 1956
M-433-292 Letter of thanks from King George VI. -- 1939. -- For Arctic Trader and Red Hunters of the Snow.
M-433-293 Letter of thanks from Princess Elizabeth. -- 1951. -- For Arctic Trader.
M-433-294 Letter of thanks from Queen Elizabeth. -- 1955. -- For Pilots of the Purple Twilight.
M-433-295 Membership in the "Wide World Brotherhood"
M-433-296 Indian Association, active membership. -- 1938
M-433-297 Letter of election to the Royal Geographical Society. -- 1933
M-433-298 Manuscript: "From Stage, Sternwheeler, and Pack Train to Iron Horse and Aeroplane". -- n.d.
M-433-299 Correspondence and newspaper clippings regarding the Fort Macleod museum opening. -- 1959-1961
M-433-300 Articles about the Alaska Highway, prepared for Manitoba schools. -- 1943
M-433-301 Northern Affairs bulletins. -- 1956-1958
M-433-302 The Beaver Magazine. -- June 1952. -- Includes Godsell's article, "Warriors of the Plains".
M-433-303 Play, "Pageant of the Prairies" for Lethbridge Recreation Week. -- n.d.
M-433-304 Personal bills, insurance, etc. -- 1944-1949
M-433-305 Notes and diagrams on fur trade routes and Fort Michilimackinac. -- n.d.
M-433-306 Short notes for stories; register of articles sent out for publication. -- 1930-1938
M-433-307 Miscellaneous business and correspondence. -- 1943-1961
M-433-308 Personal notes and correspondence. -- 1936-1960
M-433-309 Personal correspondence between Philip H. Godsell and his wife Jean Godsell. -- 1950-1957
M-433-310 Winnipeg Welcom Home Week Committee, correspondence and notes. -- 1939
M-433-311 Interview with Mrs. Gerald Card. -- 1957
M-433-312 Keel boat "Mandan" project. -- 1958
M-433-313 Buffalo, articles and newspaper clippings. -- 1957
M-433-314 Caribou, articles and newspaper clippings. -- 1958
M-433-315 Correspondence with Colliers Yearbook, for writing articles. -- 1961
M-433-316 Correspondence with Britannica Yearbook, for writing articles. -- 1955-1960
M-433-317 Correspondence with John F. Moran (retired) Chief Inspector for the Hudson's Bay Company in the Northwest Territories and Yukon. -- 1933-1942
M-433-318 "Dead Man's Valley", manuscript and articles. -- 1956
M-433-319 Boys Own paper, correspondence regarding manuscripts accepted. -- 1942-1944
M-433-320 Fur trade notes, including article "My Trip to Churchill in 1890", written by John Spencer.
M-433-321 Reprint of article, Chronicle Extra, "Capture of Louis Riel, May 1885"
Series 7 Scrapbooks and newspaper clippings. -- 1933-1960. -- The series consists primarily of the published versions of articles and short stories written by Philip H. Godsell (anc occasionally other authors when noted) for such publications as Tribune, Free Press, Wide World Magazine, True Detective Mysteries, Canadian Geographical Journal, Forest and Outdoors, Boy's Own Paper, Manitoba Calling, and Maclean's . The series also includes reviews of his writings, biographical articles, and reference material about the north, First Nations and politics.
M-433-322 Scrapbook, Alaska Highway, volume 1
M-433-323 Scrapbook, Alaska Highway, volume 2
M-433-324 Scrapbook, Alaska Highway, volume 3
M-433-325 Scrapbook, Alaska Highway and Canol Pipeline, volume 4
M-433-326 Scrapbook, volume 1 - Viking Footprints by Philip H. Godsell and original correspondence from J.H. Fleming, president of the American Ornithologists' Union.
M-433-327 Scrapbook, volume 2 - Regarding York Factory, Fort Prince of Wales, Norway House and Fort Resolution.
M-433-328 Scrapbook, volume 3 - Regarding Fort Simpson, Fort Norman, Fort Aklavik and Fort St. James
M-433-329

Scrapbook, volume 4. -- 1934-1938 and n.d. -- Contains:

"They Broke the Power of the Medicine Men ", published in National Home Monthly, April 1938

"The Eskimo, the Trade and the Man in Scarlet", published in True Detective, August 1936

"Journey Across Arctic Rockies by Dog-Sled"

"Savage Aboriginal Crimes'. published in the Tribune, 1934

"Depair Stalks the North", published in the Toronto Star, 1938

"He Stopped the Medicine Murders", published in the Free Press, 1937

"Christmas North of 53", published in the Tribune, 1934

"Depression Ends in Frozen North", published in the Tribune

"Kidnapping was American Indian Racket", published in the Tribune, 1936

"Stringer of the North", published in the Tribune, 1934

"Yuletide on the Frozen Frontier", published in the Tribune, 1938

"Witchcraft Among the Red Men", published in the Toronto Star, 1933

"Paleface Justice ", published in the Free Press, 1936

"Christmas in the Old North", published in the Tribune

"Indian Chiefs Who Made History", series of articles published in the Free Press

M-433-330a

Scrapbook, volume 6. -- 1933-1937. -- Contains:

"Candidates for Canadian Hall of Fame, Canadian Arctic Trader" [Godsell], published in Liberty, October 1936

"P.H. Godsell", written by Thomas Allen, 1934

"Philip Godsell on the Nearing North", written by Professor W.T. Allison, published in the Tribune, October 1934

"Ivanhoe", published in the Tribune, October 1934

"Godsell's Unique Collection in Winnipeg Museum", written by C.V. Combe, published in the Tribune, 1933

"Album of Winnipeg Women, Mrs. H.P. [Jean] Godsell", written by Lillian Gibbons, published in the Tribune, 1935

"Those Good Old Days", written by Jean Godsell, published in Liberty, October 1937

M-433-330b

Scrapbook, volume 7. -- 1933-1938. -- Contains:

"Touch and Go", published in Wide World Magazine, April 1938

"The Twin Mystery of Canada's Great Lone Land", published in True Detective Mysteries, November 1933

"Scarlet Riders", published in True Detective Mysteries, June 1937

"Murder in Red and Gold or Trailing the Phantoms of the Yukon", published in True Detective Mysteries, November 1936

"Devil's Luck - Unravelling the Strange Riddle of Sucker Creek", published in True Detective Mysteries, February 1936

"Old Fort St. John", published in Canadian Geographical Journal, Feburary 1936

"The Vanishing Stoney Indians", published in Canadian Geographical Journal, October 1934

"Old Trails to the Arctic", published in Canadian Geographical Journal, April 1934

M-433-330c

Scrapbook, volume 8. -- 1938. -- Contains:

"The Blond Eskimo", published in Forest and Outdoors, August 1938

"Night Brings the White Bears", published in Outdoor Life, July 1938

"Moose-Glue-Propeller", published in Maclean's, January 1938

"Mystery of the One-Eyed Men", published in True Detective, July 1938

"Tweedsmuir's Jaunt to the Arctic", published in the Tribune, August 1938

M-433-331a Scrapbook, volume 9. -- Reviews of "Red Hunters of the Snows". -- [ca. 1938]
M-433-331b Scrapbook, volume 10. -- "Red Hunters of the Snows"
M-433-331c

Scrapbook, volume 11. -- [ca. 1930s]. -- Contains:

"Adventuring Round Hudson Bay", published in Wide World

"On Patrol with the Mounties", published in Boy's Own Paper

"65 Years of the N.W.M.P." [North-West Mounted Police], published in the Tribune

"Icy Hell - The Secret of the Missing Scientists", published in True Detective

"The La Verendrye Pageant", published by Pictures Only

"The North-West Red Man", written by Bleadsell Cameron

"How I Discovered the Eskimos", written by Lloyd Roberts

M-433-331d

Scrapbook, volume 12. -- 1938-1939. -- Contains:

"Tragedy in the Land of the Snows", published in Forest and Outdoors, October 1938

"On the Trail with the North West Mounted [Police]", published in True Detective Mysteries, March 1939

"Arctic Madness", published in National Home Monthly, February 1939; "A True Story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police"

"The Oldest Trading Post in Canada's Northwest", published in Travel Magazine, November 1938

M-433-332a

Scrapbook, volume 13. -- 1927, 1939. -- Contains:

"Witchcraft in the Wilds", published by Forest and Outdoors, February 1939

"Mystery Bear", published in Outdoor Life, March 1939

"The Medicine-Men Murders", published in Wide World, April 1939

"The Athabasca Trail", poem by A. Conan Doyle on a Christmas card, 1927

M-433-332b

Scrapbook, volume 14. -- 1939. -- Contains:

"Moosehide Prison", published in Outdoor Life, July 1939

"Stalking the Arctic's Elusive Fur Bandits", published in True Detective, August 1939

"The Eskimo are Going Top-Hat", published in the Toronto Star, July 15, 1939

"Skagway Terror - The Story of Soapy Smith", published in Master Detective, August 1939

"The Changing North", published in Forest and Outdoors, July 1939

M-433-332c Scrapbook, volume 15. -- [ca. 1939-1940]. -- Consists of "Secret of the Ice Fields", published in National Home Monthly.
M-433-332d

Scrapbook, volume 16. -- 1939-1940. -- Contains:

"Double-Cross in Triplicate", published in Master Detective, May 1940. Illustrated.

"Klengenberg, Arctic Buccaneer", published in the Montreal Standard, March 9, 1940

"Polar Bears - Bad Medicine", published in Winnipeg Free Press, magazine section, February 10, 1940

"War's Impact on the Northland", published in Forest and Outdoors, February 1940

"The Peace Pipe and the King - How I met the Great White Father", published in Boy's Own Paper, London, England, November 1939

M-433-333a

Scrapbook, volume 17. -- 1940. -- Contains:

" The Last Round-UP", published in Forest and Outdoors, June 1940. Illustrated.

"The Pas, Now 250 Years Old", published in the Free Press, July 3, 1940

"Speaking Birchbark", published in the Free Press, June 8, 1940

"Mountie Vengeance and the Cloven Skull", published in Dyanmic Detective, August 1940. Illustrated.

"The Courage of Tamowenuk", published in Forest and Outdoors, May 1940. Illustrated.

M-433-333b

Scrapbook, volume 18. -- 1940. -- Contains:

"The Baffin-Land Mystery", published in Wide World Magazine, July 1940. Includes illustrations by T.T. Cuneo and photographs.

"Making Braves", published in Boy's Own Paper, July 1940. Illustrated with photographs.

"I Made My Home in the Wilderness", written by Jean Godsell, published in Forest and Outdoors, July 1940

"Radios' Bow to Silent Places", written by Jean Godsell, published in Manitoba Calling, July 1940

Author Speaks in Manitoba Calling Series and "The Power of Radio", written by D.R.P. Coats

M-433-333c

Scrapbook, volume 19. -- 1939-1940. -- Contains:

"Canada's Forgotten Back Door", published in National Home Monthly, October 1940

"The Masquerading Detective - How the Mounties Cracked Canada's Largest Drug Ring", published in Master Detective, December 1939

"The Red Man Takes the War Trail", published in The Country Guide, September 1940

"Solving Winnipeg's Other Woman Murder Riddle", published in Inside Detective, November 1940

"Stalin Eyes Alaska", published in Winnipeg Free Press, magazine section, October 1940

M-433-333d

Scrapbook, volume 20. -- 1940-1941. -- Contains:

"Proposed Alaskan Highway", published in the Free Press, July 1941. With Map.

"Highway to Alaska", written by Vilhjalmur Stefansson, publisehd in Foreign Affairs Magazine, July 1941

"Safari in the Trackless North", published in Forest and Outdoors, January 1941. Illustrated.

"Pirate Days in Arctic Waters", published in Forest and Outdoors, May 1941. Illustrated.

"A Saga of Wilderness", published in Forest and Outdoors, April 1941. Illustrated.

"The Factor Holds his Annual Moccasin Ball", published in Forest and Outdoors, December 1940

"Rum Runners Nemesis", published in The Standard (Montreal), February 22, 1941

"Ghost Herd of the North", published in Outdoor Life, June 1941. Illustrated.

"Frozen Horror", published in True Detective, May 1941. Illustrated.

M-433-334a

Scrapbook, volumes 21. -- 1941. -- Contains:

"Two Guns Against Starvation", published in Forest and Outdoors, December 1941. Illustrated.

"Wilderness Link with Alaska", published in the Free Press, November 29, 1941. Illustrated.

"Isle of Adventure ", published in Maclean's, November 1941. Illustrated.

"Norway House - Last Stronghold of the Fur Lords", published in Manitoba Calling in two parts, September and October 1941. Illustrated.

"The World Watches Greenland", published in the Free Press, August 40, 1941

"War's Impact on our Nearing North", published in the Dalhousie Review, July 1941

"Fort Smith's First Masquerade", publisehd in the Free Press, December 20, 1941

"After Ten Years in the Far North", written by A.G. Eccles, published in the Tribune, November 9, 1941

"Early Christmas - Red River", written by M.A. MacLeod. Illustrated.

Note There is no volume 22 in the fonds.
M-433-334b

Scrapbook, volume 23. -- 1941-1942. -- Contains:

""The Gomorrah of Ice-Fields", published in the Free Press, February 1942

"They Got Their Man", review written by F.H. Williams, published in the Free Press, January 1942

"Messiah of the Ice-Fields", published in the Free Press, January 10, 1942

"Wilderness Link with Alaska", published in Rod and Gun, 1941

"Fur Bandits of Fort Sickannie", published in The Open Road for Boys, February-May 1942. Illustrated.

"Murder in the Crow's Nest", published in the Free Press, May 2, 1942. Illustrated.

"Romance of Lake Winnipeg", published in Manitoba Calling, March 1942. Part 3.

"I Blazed the First Link", published in Manitoba Calling, May 1942. Illustrated.

"Genesis of the Prairies", written by V.W. Jackson, published in Manitoba Calling, May 1942. Illustrated.

M-433-334c

Scrapbook, volume 24. -- Consists of an index to Godsell's various articles on the Alaska Highway.

M-433-334d

Scrapbook, volume 25. -- 1943. -- Contains:

"Churchill in the Good Old Days", published in Manitoba Calling, 1943. Illustrated.

"Treaty Day is Here Again", published in Manitoba Calling, 1943. Illustrated.

"New Year's in the North", published in Manitboa Calling, 1943. Illustrated.

"Norway House - Last Stronghold of the Fur Lords", published in Manitoba Calling, 1943. Illustrated.

"Sea-Going Mounties Cross Roof of the World", published in The Dalhousie University Magazine, 1943. Illustrated.

"The Haunted River", published in Hunting and Fishing Magazine, 1943. Illustrated.

"Mystery of the One-Eyed Men", published in the B.C. Mounted Police Magazine, 1943. Illustrated.

M-433-335 Inventory - Indian collection
M-433-336 Biographical newspaper clippings about Philip H. Godsell
M-433-337 Biographical newspaper clippings about Jean Godsell
M-433-338 Newspaper clippings about Canol Pipeline
M-433-339 Newspaper clippings about Northern Aviation
M-433-340 Newspaper clippings about Old Bow Fort; Palliser Expedition. -- 1957
M-433-341 Newspaper clippings about Royal Canadian Mounted Poilce and the St. Roch
M-433-342 Newspaper clippings about, Mrs. S. Crowchild; Walking Buffalo; Chief David Bearspaw
M-433-343 Newspaper clippings about Colin Fraser; Colonel J.D. Moodie; Archbishop Stringer
M-433-344 Newspaper clippings and pamphlets about Banff Indian Days. -- 1949-1960
M-433-345 Newspaper clippings about the Alaska Highway
M-431 List of newspaper clippings about the Beardmore, Ontario Viking weapons, in possession of Philip H. Godsell. -- 1938-1957
M-433-os1

Scrapbooks A-E:

Scrapbook A, Arctic Symposium

Scrapbook B, The Vanishing Frontier - Reviews

Scrapbook C, The Got Their Man - Reviews

Scrapbook D, Pilots of the Purple Twilight - Reviews

Scrapbook E, Indian [First Nations] newspaper clippings, primarily on Western tribes, also articles on Indian legal status in Canada

M-433-os2

Scrapbooks F-G:

Scrapbook F, General articles on the North, interviews, bush pilots, pioneers, caribou problems, etc.

Scrapbook G, Red Hunter of the Snows - Reviews

M-433-os3

Scrapbooks H-K:

Scrapbook H, Personal newspaper clippings, articles written by Philip H. Godsell, interviews and reviews

Scrapbook I, Eskimo [Inuit] newspaper clippings - Eskimo problems, caribou crisis, modern technology, DEW Line, etc.

Scrapbook J, Arctic Trader - Reviews

Scrapbook K, Newspaper clippings on Alberta, Social Credie, and various Members of Parliament

M-433-os4

Scrapbooks L-O:

Scrapbook L, Articles on the North, stories written by Philip H. Godsell, etc.

Scrapbook M, Bicentennial celebration of La Verendrye, Manitoba. -- 1938

Scrapbook N, Articles on Indians, Arctic stories

Scrapbook O, General articles on the North, Indians, Eskimos, Banff Indian Days, Aviation, personal newspaper clippings, etc.

M-433-os5 Scrapbooks P-S, all of a general nature
M-433-os6

Scrapbooks T-Y:

Scrapbook T, General

Scrapbook U, Political newspaper clippings about the Alberta Election. -- 1952

Scrapbook V, Political newspaper clippings about the Federal Government; Ottawa reports

Scrapbook W, Political newspaper clippings, Provincial and Federal

Scrapbook X, Political newspaper clippings, Provincial and Federal

Scrapbook Y, part 1, General - articles by Philip H. Godsell, stories on the North, aviation, Indians, Eskimos, personal

M-433-os7 Scrapbook Y, parts 2-3, General - articles by Philip H. Godsell, stories on the North, aviation, Indians, Eskimos, personal
Series 8 Photographs. -- [ca. 1890-1960s]. -- 2934 photographs

Many of these photographs have been scanned. View now.
PA-2614-(1-50) Northern settlements, Aklavik to Fort Churchill. -- 50 photographs
PA-2614-(51-87) Northern settlements, Fort Fitzgerald to Fort Norman. -- 37 photographs
PA-2614-(88-130) Northern settlements, Fort Providence to Fort Yukon. -- 43 photographs
PA-2614-(131-164) Northern settlements, God's Lake to Moose Factory. -- 34 photographs
PA-2614-(165-204) Northern settlements, Norway House to York Factory. -- 40 photographs
PA-2614-(205-230) Northern scenes - Fur presses, Mackenzie River. -- 26 photographs
PA-2614-(231-275) Northern transportation - Water, Athabasca River, Mackenzie River, Peace River, etc. -- 45 photographs
PA-2614-(276-295) Northern transportation - Water, Mackenzie District, etc. -- 20 photographs
PA-2614-(296-311) Northern transportation - Air. -- 16 photographs
PA-2614-(312-348) Northern transportation - Dog teams. -- 37 photographs
PA-2614-(349-353) Northern transportation - Miscellaneous. -- 5 photographs
PA-2614-(354-375) Eskimos [Inuit] - Aklavik. -- 22 photographs
PA-2614-(376-406) Eskimos [Inuit]. -- 31 photographs
PA-2614-(407-457) Northern Indians [First Nations] - Arctic Red River, Fort Resolution. -- 51 photographs
PA-2614-458 Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) Cricket Club. -- 1902. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-(459-488) Miscellaneous northern personalities. -- 30 photographs
PA-2614-(489-556) Philip H. Godsell and family, etc. -- 68 photographs
PA-2614-(557-561) Border crossing, Indian Defense League of America, Niagara Falls, Ontario. -- 1936. -- 5 photographs
PA-2614-(562-580) Royal Tour, meeting with Indian dignitaries, especially in Calgary. -- 1939. -- 19 photographs
PA-2614-(581-598) Alaska Highway, construction, transportation and oil pipelines to aid the war effort. -- 18 photographs
PA-2614-(599-650) Plains Indians [First Nations]. -- 52 photographs
PA-2614-(651-695) Plains Indians [First Nations] and Jubilee History Parade, Calgary. -- 1955. -- 45 photographs
PA-2614-(696-850) Plains Indians [First Nations]. -- 155 photographs
PA-2614-(851-898) Plains Indians and Stoneys [First Nations]. -- 48 photographs
PA-2614-(898a-908) Kainai Chieftainship, Blook reserve. -- [ca. 1960s]. -- 11 photographs
PA-2614-(909-915) Visit of Princess Margaret. -- 7 photographs
PA-2614-(916-924) Godsell exhibits. -- 9 photographs
PA-2614-(925-942) Miscellaneous locations (scenic) including Dawson Creek, Fort Macleod and Whitehorse. -- 18 photographs
PA-2614-(943-949) West Coast Indians [First Nations]. -- 7 photographs
PA-2614-959 Hudson's Bay Company 250th Anniversary. -- 1920. 1 photograph
PA-2614-(960-1018, 1072-1073, 1978-1982, 1085-1090) Fort Churchill area. -- 1920s-1930s. -- 70 photographs. - Includes Port Burwill, Fort Prince of Wales, Hudson's Bay posts, native people, dog sleds,etc.
PA-2614-(1019, 1037-1041) Hudson's Bay Post, Montreal Lake, Saskatchewan. -- 1920s-1930s. -- 5 photographs
PA-2614-1020Jean Godsell. -- n.d. - 1 photograph
PA-2614-(1021-1022)Alert Bay, British Columbia. -- n. d. -- 2 photographs
PA-2614-(1023-1026)Fort McPherson, North West Territories. -- n.d. -- 4 photographs
PA-2614-1027Wabasca, Alberta. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-1028Ramparts, Mackenzie River, NWT. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-(1029, 1051, 1066-1068Fort George, James Bay, Ontario. -- n.d. -- 5 photographs
PA-2614-(1030-1032)Mackay School, The Pas, Manitoba. -- [ca. 1933]. -- 3 photographs
PA-2614-(1033-1036, 1074)Moose Factory, Ontario. -- n.d. -- 4 photographs
PA-2614-(1042-1044)Lake Athabasca, Alberta. -- n.d. -- 3 photographs
PA-2614-(1045-1050, 1052-1053)Communities along Mackenzie River from S. S. Distributor. -- n.d. -- 8 photographs. -- Includes Fort Norman, Fort Wrigley, Slave Lake, Fort Resolution.
PA-2614-(1053-1056)Whitefish Lake, Alberta. -- n.d. -- 4 photographs
PA-2614-(1057-1059)Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan. -- n.d. -- 3 photographs
PA-2614-1060Fort McMurray, Alberta. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-(1061-1063)Carcross, Yukon Territory. -- n.d. -- 3 photographs
PA-2614-1064Fort Chipewyan, Alberta. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-1069Le Goff, Alberta. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-(1070, 1084)Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the North. -- n.d. -- 2 photographs
PA-2614-1071Game warden cabins, Peace River, Alberta. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-(1075-1076)Waterways, Alberta. -- n.d. -- 2 photographs
PA-2614-1077Fort Smith, North West Territories. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-1083Labrador coast. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph
PA-2614-(950-958) Miscellaneous, includes Prince Albert National Park, Indians [First Nations]. -- 9 photographs
PB-644-1 Portrait of Indian [First Nations] holding the Bearknife. -- 1 photograph
PD-20 Hudson's Bay Pageant at Winnipeg. -- 1920. -- 1 photograph album
PD-91 Red River Pageant. -- May 1920. -- 1 photograph album. -- Consists of views of the rehearsal for the pageant held on the 250th anniversary of the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC).
PD-368 Gift album. -- [ca. 1916-1917]. -- 1 photograph album (340 photographs). -- This album was a gift from the Godsells to the R.P. Darby Coats family. -- Consists of views of First Nations individuals and events in western Canada.
NA-725-1 Blood Indian Agency office near Slideout. -- 1890. -- 1 photograph
NA-1146-(1-6) Tom Bassoff; George Arkoff; Frank, Willie and Charlie McLeod ("Curse of the Nehannies" [now spelled Nahanni]. -- [early 1900s]-1920. -- 6 photographs
NA-2563-(1-9) Jim White Bull, Blood Horn Society, Lake Ajawaan, Godsell, and Fred McLeod. -- [ca. 1933-1940s]. -- 9 photographs
NA-4201-1 York boat. -- n.d. -- 1 photograph. -- From "Chronicles of a Fur Trader" (M-427-page 41).
NB-40-(1-1281) Northen Indians and Eskimos; Hudson's Bay Company posts and views; fur trade in Manitoba, Ontario, Northwest Territories and Arctic; Hudson's Bay Company pageant; Fort Garry; Philip H. Godsell family and friends; and miscellaneous views taken during Godsell's various careers. -- [ca. 1906-1950]. -- 1281 photographs
S-41 Lecture slides. -- 129 slides. -- Consists of slides used by Philip H. Godsell for lectures. Includes views related to "Vanishing Red Man Rides Again", Indians and Stoneys, Royal Visit, La Verendrye celebration, etc.
S-67 Lecture slides. -- 295 slides. -- Consists of slides depicting Indians [First Nations], fur trade, forts, Hudson's Bay Company activities, etc.
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