Here are detailed file-by-file descriptions of the contents of specific fonds and/or links to scanned documents.
Stoney tipis at Banff Indian Days, 1939
Fern Gully photographs
Fern Gully's photographs, which date primarily from the 1920s to 1951, are rich in views of Banff Indian Days; the Stoney people and their reserve at Morley; and commemorations of the 60th anniversary of the signing of Treaty 7. A brief biography of Gully is in the Archives Main Catalogue.
You may view all the currently digitized Gully photographs (about 600) in date order.
You may search the Gully photographs by subjects, places, people or dates by using the Archives Photographs search screen. Always enter Gully in the 'Photographer/Illustrator' box to limit your findings to this photographer, then refine your search by entering search terms in the other boxes on the screen. Several examples are given below:
- Enter Gully in the 'Photographer/Illustrator' box AND Morley in the 'Keywords/Phrase' box to find photographs taken on the Stoney reserve at Morley, Alberta.
- Enter Gully in the 'Photographer/Illustrator' box AND travois in the 'Keywords/Phrase' box to find photographs of this type of First Nations transportation.
- Enter Gully in the 'Photographer/Illustrator' box AND Sitting Eagle in the 'People' box to find photographs of Sitting Eagle (aka John Hunter).
- Enter Gully in the 'Photographer/Illustrator' box AND 1935 in the 'Year(s)' box to find photographs taken in this year.