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Constable Hayward in his quarters, Ogilvie, Yukon, [ca. 1902-1906]
Constable Hayward in his quarters, Ogilvie, Yukon, [ca. 1902-1906]
S-227-110

William Hayward fonds

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Table of Contents

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Series 1 Scanned Document Diaries. -- 1902-1909, 1946-1950
Series 2 Photographs. -- 1898-1906

Inventory

Series 1 Diaries. -- 1902-1906, 1946-1950
M-498-1a

Diary. -- June 1902-Octboer 17, 1903. -- Consists of the diary of William Hayward of Ontario, while serving as a constable of the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon Territory. Many of these entries have been copied from vol. 2 of his diaries.

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M-498-2

Diary. -- 1902-1904. -- Consists of the diary of William Hayward of Ontario, while serving as a constable of the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon Territory. Parts of this diary have been re-written in vol. 1a of his diaries.

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Scanned Document View part 2.

M-498-1b

Diary. -- January 1, 1905-January 5, 1909. -- Consists of the diary of William Hayward of Ontario, while serving as a constable of the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon Territory, and subsequently as a farmer near Hamilton, Ontario. He returned to Ontario from the Yukon in July 1906.

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Scanned Document View part 2.

M-498-1c Diary. -- 1946-1950. -- Kept by William Hayward while farming in Ontario. These entries appear after the 1909 entries in volume 1.
M-498-transcripts

Transcripts of diaries. -- 1902-1906. -- 131 pages. -- Consists of a transcript of the diaries of William Hayward of Ontario, while serving as a constable of the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon Territory. The transcripts are courtesy of Constable Hayward's descendant, Wendy Fitzgerald.

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Series 2

S-227

Photographs. -- 1898-1906. -- 250 glass lantern slides. -- The series consists of hand-tinted views of North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon, patrols, transportation in the north, Dawson City, various NWMP detachments and views of British Columbia and Alaska.

Most of the lantern slides have been scanned. View now.

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