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Article on the Blackfoot by D. Leechman
Article on the Blackfoot by D.Leechman
M 668-105

Douglas Leechman fonds

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Table of Contents

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Series 1 Alphabetical reference files. -- 1858-1956, predominant 1924-1955
Series 2 Daily journal. -- 1955-1956
Series 3 Photographs. - 1892-1956

Inventory

Series 1

Alphabetical reference files. -- 1858-1956, predominant 1924-1955. -- 2.37 m of textual records. -- The series consists of reference files kept by Dr. Leechman while serving as the Dominion Anthropologist at the National Museum of Canada in Ottawa. The contents are primarily published articles from a variety of journals including American Anthropologist, American Antiquity, American Journal of Archaeology, The Beaver, Canadian Field-Naturalist, Canadian Geographical Journal, Canadian Historical Review, Dalhousie Review, Forest and Outdoors, Nature, Scientific American, Scientific Monthly, and Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. The files also include Leechman's notes and articles about various topics. Articles written by Leechman have been noted in the file descriptions below.

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M-668-1 Abalone. -- 1930-1941. -- Includes an article by Douglas Leechman, submitted for publication to The American Anthropologist, September 1941.
M-668-2 Adhesives. -- 1937-1940 and n.d.
M-668-3 Adzes. -- 1942, 1945 and n.d. -- Includes material on tree-felling.
M-668-4 Agriculture. -- 1955. -- Treatise, in Danish, on slash-and-burn agriculture in Europe.
M-668-5 Ainus. -- n.d. -- Consists of postcards re northern Japan culture.
M-668-6 Alaska. -- 1948-1953 and n.d. -- Consists of articles re archaeology and anthropology.
M-668-7 Alberta. -- 1930 and 1948. -- Includes letter, notes and photographs re pictograph cave east of Pekisko (1948).
M-668-8 Algonkian. -- n.d.
M-668-9 American Anthropology Association. -- 1946-1956
M-668-10 American Associaion of Museums. -- 1936, 1952
M-668-11 Anthropology, Canada. -- 1900-1953
M-668-12 Anthropology, General. -- 1879-1956
M-668-13 Archaeology Insititute of America. -- 1949-1951. -- Newsletters.
M-668-14 Archaeology, Folsom and Yuma. -- 1942-1952
M-668-15 Archaeology, General. -- 1907-1956
M-668-16 Archaeology, Methods. -- 1878-1945
M-668-17 Arctic. -- 1942 and n.d. --Articles from Life magazine.
M-668-18 Arctlc Circle Club, Ottawa. -- 1947-1951
M-668-19 Arctic Institute of North America. -- 1944-1956
M-668-20 Arctic Manual. -- 1943 and n.d. -- Re fire lighting, tinder, fuel, cooking utensils, methods, etc.
M-668-21 Arrow Lake. -- n.d.
M-668-22 Athabaskans. -- 1858
M-668-23 Atlas of Canada Project. -- 1949
M-668-24 Atlatl. -- 1954
M-668-25 Atomic Energy. -- 1945
M-668=260 Aviation. -- 1934-1943
M-668-26 Bags and pouches. -- 1946 and n.d. -- Eskimo [Inuit] skin bags and decorated pouches.
M-668-27 Banff, Alberta. -- 1946. -- Report on inspection of Rocky Mountains Park Museum.
M-668-28 Barbeau, Dr. Marius. -- 1947-1948
M-668-29 Barometer. -- 1944
M-668-30 Basketry. -- 1926-1950
M-668-31 Beads. -- 1930-1939
M-668-32 Bear. -- 1930 and n.d.
M-668-33 Bibliographies. -- 1924-1955. -- Includes a bibliography of bibliographies and acquisitions lists from the National Museum of Canada (1939-1955).
M-668-34 Biographies. -- 1939-1952. -- Of Edward Sapir, Edward Martin Kindle, Charles A. Cook, F.G. Speck.
M-668-35 Birch bark. -- n.d.
M-668-36 Birds. -- 1919, 1935 and n.d.
M-668-37 Birdstones. -- n.d. -- Consists of photographs of throwing sticks.
M-668-38 Blood. -- 1946-1956
M-668-39 Books. -- 1943. -- Consists of an article by John Kobler entitled "Trailing the Book Crooks".
M-668-40 Bows and arrows. -- 1901-1946 and n.d.
M-668-41 Boy Scouts. -- 1954-1955
M-668-42 British Columbia. -- 1929-1956 and n.d.
M-668-261 Brown, Ernest. -- n.d. -- Re Brown studio photographs
M-668-43 Buffalo. -- 1942-1944 and n.d.
M-668-44 Burial customs. -- 1944 and n.d.
M-668-45 Camping. -- 1927-1946 and n.d.
M-668-46 Canada balsam. -- 1915 and n.d.
M-668-47 Canadian Association of Geographers. - 1951
M-668-48 Canadian Handicrafts Guild. - 1953-1954
M-668-49 Canadian Historical Associaition. -- 1953-1955
M-668-50 Canadian Museums Association. -- 1950-1956
M-668-51 Canoes. -- 1893-1948 and n.d.
M-668-52 Carbon 14. -- 1932-1952
M-668-53 Caribou. -- 1932-1952
M-668-54 Carleton College. -- 1953
M-668-55 Carling Conservation Digest. -- 1947-1948
M-668-56 Carnegie Corporation. -- 1936-1939
M-668-57 Carriers. -- n.d. -- Consists of an article by Douglas Leechman.
M-668-58 Cartier, Jacques. -- 1934
M-668-59 Catlinite. -- 1907. -- Re red pipestone.
M-668-60 Cat's cradles. -- 1920, 1923. -- Re Papuan, Maori and Eskimo [Inuit] string games.
M-668-61 Caughnawaga. -- 1947. -- Re First Nations steelworkers.
M-668-62 Ceinture Flechees. -- 1938
M-668-63 Chilkat Blankets. -- 1942. -- Consists of an article written by Douglas Leechman
M-688-64 Chinook Jargon. -- 1926 and n.d.
M-668-65 Chipewyans. -- 1948 and n.d. -- Includes an article by Douglas Leechman, published in The Beaver (March 1948).
M-668-262 Climate. -- 1950 and n.d. - Re drought cycles and ice ages.
M-668-66 Coal. -- 1945 and n.d. -- Maps.
M-668-67 Colour Photography. -- 1950-1953 and n.d.
M-668-68 Concretions. -- 1932, 1944 and n.d. -- Re rounded pebbles.
M-668-69 Copper. -- 1903-1954
M-668-70 Costume. -- 1924-1949 and n.d.
M-668-71 Cree. -- n.d. -- Includes article by Douglas Leechman entitled "Savages at the Bottom of the Bay".
M-668-72 Curiosa. -- 1953. -- Consists of a letter from a Quebec numerologist re rocket ship in Himalaya Mountains.
M-668-73 Dancing. -- 1956 and n.d. -- Includes Hugh Dempsey's article "Social Dances of the Blood Indians of Alberta, Canada", published in the Journal of American Folklore (1956).
M-668-74 Dealers catalogues. -- 1944-1956 and n.d.
M-668-75 Deer. -- 1926, 1939 and n.d
M-668-76 Dendro Chronology. -- 1941-1947
M-668-77 Designs, Archaeological. -- 1917-1932
M-668-78 Designs, Eastern Woodland. -- 1947 and n.d.
M-668-79 Designs, Eskimo [Inuit]. -- 1922-1954
M-668-80 Designs, General. -- 1930-1953
M-668-81 Designs, Mackenzie. -- n.d.
M-668-82 Designs, West Coast. -- 1927-1951
M-668-83 Dinosaurs. -- 1946
M-668-84 Dogribs. -- n.d.
M-668-85 Dogs. -- 1929-1942 and n.d.
M-668-86 Drawings. -- 1930. -- Of a painted buffalo robe.
M-668-87 Dry Ice. -- 1929-1930
M-668-88 Dyes. -- n.d. -- Notebook of references.
M-668-89 Dyes. -- n.d. -- Outline and notes of proposed study on dyes.
M-668-90 Dyes. -- 1928-1939 and n.d. -- Articles and correspondence about.
M-668-91 Earthquakes. -- n.d.
M-668-92 Education. -- 1917-1953 and n.d. -- Re Indian [First Nations] and Eskimo [Inuit] education.
M-668-93 Egypt. -- n.d. -- Tour guide.
M-668-94 Electrolysis. -- 1937
M-668-95 Erratics. -- 1953 and n.d. -- in Calgary area including photographs.
M-668-96 Eskimo [Inuit] Affairs Conference. -- 1952
M-668-97 Eskimo [Inuit], Archaeology. -- 1926-1951 and n.d.
M-668-98 Ethnobotany. -- 1914-1956
M-668-99 Ethnology, Australia. -- 1910-1939
M-668-100 Ethnology, Canada. -- 1951 and n.d. -- Includes article by Douglas Leechman entitled "Aborigines", published in the Dalhousie Review (1951).
M-668-101 Ethnology, Eastern United States. -- 1928 and 1939
M-668-102 Ethnology, Eastern Woodlands. -- 1877-1951
M-668-103 Ethnology, Eskimo [Inuit]. -- 1887-1953 and n.d. -- Includes articles by Douglas Leechman.
M-668-104 Ethnology, Pacific Islands. -- 1920-1941 and n.d.
M-668-105 Ethnology, Prairie. -- n.d. -- Includes article by Douglas Leechman entitled "The Blackfoot".
M-668-106 Ethnology, Southwest United States. -- 1937
M-668-107 Ethnology, West Coast. -- 1953
M-668-108 European Influence. -- 1946. -- Re evolution by Julian Huxley.
M-668-109 Fallacies. -- 1940 and n.d. -- Re Sasquatch; letter from Mayor of Ottawa to Crowfoot; questionnaire re Indian [First Nations] fallacies held by teachers and students.
M-668-110 Feathers. -- 1903. -- Re Hawaiian feather work.
M-668-111 File-marks. -- 1942
M-668-112 Films. -- 1947-1955
M-668-113 Fingerprints. -- 1941. -- Re prints in ancient clay constructions.
M-668-114 Fire making. -- 1931-1935 and n.d.
M-668-115 Fishing. -- 1887-1939 and n.d.
M-668-116 Folklore, General. -- 1894-1923 and n.d.
M-668-117 Folklore, Loucheax. -- 1946 and n.d. -- Folk tales collected by Leachman (1946). Includes sketches of Loucheux by W. Langdon Kihn.
M-668-118 Folklore, Texts.-- 1939-1950. -- Includes story, "The Flying Chain" by Douglas Leechman.
M-668-119 Food. -- 1930, 1932 and n.d.
M-668-120 Forests. -- 1935, 1937 and n.d.
M-668-121 Formulae. -- 1921-1944 and n.d. -- Primarily re insect sprays.
M-668-122 French-Canadian. -- 1909-1946 and n.d.
M-668-123 Fungi. -- 1910 and 1926. -- Re mushrooms.
M-668-124 Games. -- 1899, 1924 and n.d. -- Includes snow snake game of Eastern Woodland tribes.
M-668-125 Geography, Arctic. -- 1877-1934
M-668-126 Geography, Arctic. -- 1938-1952 and n.d.
M-668-127 Geology. -- 1918, 1942, 1949 and n.d.
M-668-128 Glass. -- 1939 and n.d. -- Re glare-free and safety glass.
M-668-129 Gorgets. -- 1899, 1918 and n.d.
M-668-130 Grenfell. -- n.d. -- Re art and handicrafts of the Grenfell Mission in Labrador.
M-668-131 Hair. -- 1940 and n.d. -- Re identification of human hair.
M-668-132 Handicrafts. -- 1925-1943
M-668-133 Handicrafts. -- 1926-1952 and n.d. -- Includes article by Douglas Leechman.
M-668-134 Harpoons. -- 1924, 1941 and n.d. -- Re Eskimo [Inuit] and Peruvian harpoon heads.
M-668-135 Hill-tout, Charles. -- 1945. -- Obituary.
M-668-136 Houses. -- 1921-1948 and n.d. -- Re Ukrainian cottages, Crowchild's tipi, etc.
M-668-137 Hudson's Bay Company posts. -- 1940-1951 and n.d. -- Re Lower Fort Garry, James Bay.
M-668-138 Hunting. -- 1947
M-668-139 Incas. -- n.d.
M-668-140 The Indian News, vol.1 no.1. -- August 1954
M-668-141 Infrared photography. -- 1935-1938 and n.d.
M-668-142 Inks. -- n.d. -- Re reaction of black inks with reagents.
M-668-143 Insects. -- 1927 and 1948.
M-668-144 Ipiutuk. -- 1948. -- Re Asiatic cultural background of Eskimo (Inuit) group.
M-668-145 Iron. -- n.d. -- Re use of native iron by Pacific Coast Indians [First Nations] and Eskimo [Inuit].
M-668-146 Iroquois. -- 1931-1953 and n.d.
M-668-147 Jade. -- 1922-1953 and n.d.
M-668-147a Kuchin. -- n.d.
M-668-148 Lacquer. -- 1888 and 1907.
M-668-149 Lapp. -- [ca. 1949]. -- Re Lapp ethnography.
M-668-150 Latex. -- 1939-1940 and n.d.
M-668-151 Lectures. -- 1930, 1942 and n.d. -- Includes lecture outline, Amerindian anthropology.
M-668-152 Lighting. -- 1941 and n.d. -- Re flourescent lighting im museums.
M-668-153 Linguistics. -- 1885-1954 and n.d. -- Re North American language groups; vocabularies, Eskimo [Inuit], Canadian government notices in Cree, Chipewyan, Japanese, etc.
M-668-154 Loucheux. -- 1950 and n.d. -- Consists of two articles by Douglas Leechman: "Ethnological notes from the Vanta-Kutchin" and "Loucheux Tales".
M-668-155 Mammals. -- 1905-1944
M-668-156 Mammals. -- 1945-1952
M-668-157 Mammoth and mastodon. -- 1952 and n.d. -- Includes article and photographs re elephant bone implements, Manitoba, by Douglas Leechman.
M-668-158 Manitoba. -- 1944-[ca. 1956]. -- Includes reports on archaeological project work by Chris Vickers.
M-668-159 Maple sugar. -- 1931 and n.d.
M-668-160 Masks. -- 1950, 1954 and n.d. -- Photographs.
M-668-161 Medicine. -- 1924-1951
M-668-162 Menstruation customs. -- n.d. -- Re menstrual lodge, Teslin Lake, British Columbia.
M-668-163 Metals. -- 1887-1950 and n.d. -- Re Amerindian metal work.
M-668-164 Meteors. -- 1947, 1949 andn.d.
M-668-165 Micmac. -- 1943
M-668-166 Microscopy. -- 1934-1947
M-668-167 Migration. -- 1919-1954 and n.d.
M-668-168 Minerals. -- 1885-1954 and n.d.
M-668-169 Mines and mining. -- 1941-1947 and n.d.
M-668-170 Missouri. -- 1947. -- Re Missouri River basin archaeological survey.
M-668-171 Moccasin. -- 1914
M-668-172 Money. -- 1927-1955. -- Re historical and Canadian currency.
M-668-173 Montagnais. -- 1896 and n.d. -- Consists of sketches by R.J. Wickenden at Pointe Bleue, Lac St. Jean, Quebec.
M-668-174 Museum cases. -- 1907, 1915 and n.d.
M-668-175 Museum methods. -- 1902-1939 and n.d.
M-668-176 Museums. -- 1879-1951 and n.d. -- Re Peter Redpath Museum, McCord Museum, Provincial Museum of British Columbia, Smithsonian Institution, and Valentine Museum.
M-668-177 Museums. -- 1899-1949 and n.d. -- Re Provincial Museum of Nova Scotia, Public Museum of Milwaukee, Field Museum of Natural History, Peabody Museum, Ford Educational Library, Royal Ontario Museum, and Illinois State Museum.
M-668-178 Museums. -- 1929-1950 and n.d. -- Re Brooklyn Children's Museum, Manoir Richelieu art collection, Walters Art Gallery, New York HIstorical Society, Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Franklin Institute, and the New Brunswick Museum.
M-668-179 Museums. -- 1940-1952 and n.d. -- Re Manitoba Museum, Vancouver City Museum, and Rocherster Museum of Arts and Sciences.
M-668-180 Museums. -- n.d. -- Re German museums.
M-668-181 Musical instruments. -- 1902, 1951 and n.d.
M-668-182 Muskox. -- 1946. -- Re Canadian Army Arctic exercise.
M-668-183 Narwhal. -- n.d.
M-668-184 National Film Board. -- 1948-1950. -- Consists of news releases.
M-668-185 National Museum of Canada. -- 1907-1954 and n.d.
M-668-186 National Parks. -- 1934-1953 and n.d.
M-668-187 Needles. -- 1904. -- Re prehistoric bone needles.
M-668-188 Neutrals. -- n.d. -- Re Niagara Peninsula Indians [First Nations].
M-668-189 New Brunswick. -- 1956
M-668-190 Newfoundland. -- 1949-1953. -- Re geography, archaeological survey and museum.
M-668-191 Nomenclature. -- 1909. -- Re archaeological nomenclature.
M-668-192 Norse. -- n.d. -- Re Vinland and Kensington Stone.
M-668-193 Northeast Museums Conference. -- 1952-1954. -- Proceedings.
M-668-194 North Shore, St. Lawrence. -- n.d.
M-668-195 Northwest Teritories. -- 1930-1954 and n.d.
M-668-196 Ojibwa and Chippewa. -- 1936 and n.d. - Re Ojibwa ethnology and Chippewa birch bark records.
M-668-197 Ornaments. -- 1939 and n.d. --Re Pacific Coast Indian [First Nations] silversmithing.
M-668-198 Ornithology. -- 1929. -- Re breeding ground, blue goose.
M-668-199 Ottawa and vicinity. -- [ca. 1892-1953] and n.d. -- Maps, etc.
M-668-263 Paleontology. -- n.d. -- Re typology.
M-668-200 Peel River. -- 1948
M-668-201 Pemmican. -- 1956 and n.d.
M-668-202 Peyote. -- 1954
M-668-203 Phonographs. -- 1928-1948 and n.d. -- Re personal recorders and dictating equipment.
M-668-204 Photography. -- 1935-1943
M-668-205 Physical anthropology. -- 1894-1942
M-668-206 Physical anthropology. -- 1943-1954 and n.d.
M-668-207 Pipes. -- 1899-1923. -- Re stone effigy pipes.
M-668-208 Place names. -- 1922-1952 and n.d -- Re Canadian place names.
M-668-209 Poisonous plants. -- 1937. -- Re poison ivey.
M-668-210 Polarized light. -- 1938
M-668-211 Population. -- 1856, 1941-1951 and n.d. -- Consists of estimates of Indian [First Nations] population, population by linguistic stock, Eskimo [Inuit] population.
M-668-212 Pottery. -- 1927-1952 and n.d.
M-668-213 Potlatch. -- n.d.
M-668-214 Preservation. -- 1931-1944 and n.d. -- Includes an article by Douglas Leechman.
M-668-215 Primates. -- 1928
M-668-216 Programs. -- 1927, 1929 and n.d.
M-668-217 Psychology. -- 1951 and 1953
M-668-218 Quebec. -- 1950 and 1953
M-668-219 Religion. -- 1920-1950 and n.d.
M-668-220 Reserves. -- 1951 and n.d. -- Map of Stoney, Cree and Swampy Cree bands.
M-668-221 Royal Ontario Museum. -- 1924-1956
M-668-222 Sandia culture. -- 1945
M-668-223 Saskatchewan. -- 1955 and n.d. -- Re Golden Jubilee of province, and Archives questionnaires re pioneer life.
M-668-224 Scales, conversion. -- n.d.
M-668-225 Sea serpents. -- n.d. -- Re Ogopogo and Loch Ness monster.
M-668-226 Sedimentation. -- 1930. -- Re The Wash, England
M-668-227 Shells. -- 1907-1944 and n.d.
M-668-228 Slavery. -- 1953
M-668-229 Slaves (tribe). -- [ca. 1951]
M-668-230 Sleds. -- 1913
M-668-231 Smith, Harlan I. -- 1937-1949 and n.d. -- Consists of bibliography of writings, obituary, photographs, etc.
M-668-232 Snare Indians [First Nations]. -- 1939
M-668-233 Soapstone. -- 1908-1954 and n.d.
M-668-234 Social organization. -- 1953-1954 and n.d.
M-668-235 Society for American Archeology. -- 1934-1954. -- Includes programs, bulletins and newsletter.
M-668-236 Speech. -- 1945-1950
M-668-237 Stonehenge. -- 1927
M-668-238 Stone implements. -- n.d.
M-668-239 Sunspots. -- 1938
M-668-240 Tattooing. -- n.d.
M-668-241 Taverner, Percy A. -- n.d. -- Re ornithology publications.
M-668-242 Teeth. -- 1929-1944 and n.d. -- Re dentition studies of human remains and Indian [First Nations] groups.
M-668-243 Television. -- 1954-1955 and n.d. -- Includes outlines for "Let's go to the Museum" programs.
M-668-244 Textiles. -- 1905-1946 and n.d.
M-668-245 Tools. -- 1902-1946 and n.d. -- Re flint tools.
M-668-246 Transportation. -- 1920-1943 and n.d.
M-668-247 Totem poles. -- 1930-1948 and n.d.
M-2513 Totem poles. -- 1896. -- Re totem poles at Comox, British Columbia.
M-668-248 Trephining. -- 1885-1954 and n.d. -- Re ancient cranial surgery
M-668-249 Tsimshian. -- n.d. -- Consists of an article by Douglas Leechman.
M-668-250 Type. -- n.d. -- Includes sample of type, English, Cree syllabics, Second World War patriotic booklet.
M-668-251 Tzainquaw. -- 1950-1951 and n.d. -- Consists of program, newspaper clippings, etc. re one-act Indian [First Nations] musical drama.
M-668-252 Ultraviolet. -- 1915-1946 and n.d.
M-668-253 Wampum. -- 1887, 1930 and n.d.
M-668-254 Weapons. -- 1920 and n.d.
M-668-255 Wintemberg, W.J. -- 1941, 1949 and n.d.
M-668-256 Wood. -- 1930, 1932 and n.d.
M-668-257 Writing. -- 1949 and n.d. -- Includes Cree, Slave and Eskimo [Inuit] syllabic alphabets, picture writing, etc.
M-668-258 X-ray. -- n.d.
M-668-259 Yukon Territory. -- 1899-1954 and n.d.
Series 2 Daily journal. -- 1955-1956. -- 1 volume. -- The series consists of Douglas Leechmans's diary of daily activities as the first Director of the Glenbow Foundation. The journals contain entries related to the organization and early days of the organization. Includes chart of departments and intitial staff. -- Note: this journal has been missing since 1980.
M-2086 Daily journal. -- 1955-1956. -- Note: Unfortunately missing since 1980.
Series 3 Photographs. -- 1892-1956. -- 155 photographs. -- The series consists largely of views of west coast First Nations and British Columbia. Includes some photographs of Calgary and area, and related to the Glenbow Foundation.

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PA-21 First Nations people and village of Old Crow on Porcupine River, Yukon; cave with pictographs near Pekisko and Cayley; miscellaneous other views from National Museum of Canada. -- 42 photographs.
PA-26 Postcards from the National Museum. -- 5 photographs
PA-55 British Columbia fishing village and Indian [First Nations] print. -- 3 photographs
PA-337 Diorama of Haida canoe and village, Rochester, New York (found in one of Dr. Leechman's books). -- 4 photographs
PB-22 Photographs by J.B. Tyrell. -- 5 photographs
NA-6-(1-5) Big Rock, Ototoks; early settlers map; Hazelton Indian [First Nations] bridge. -- 1914, 1956. -- 5 photographs.
NA-37-(1-20) Visit of Lord Mayor of London, England to Calgary, including views of Stampede parade and Indian Village. -- 1955. -- 20 photographs.
NA-87-(1-12) Kwakuitl [Kwakwaka'wakw] and Haida buildings; totem poles in Victoria's Thunderbird Park. -- [ca. 1955]. -- 12 photographs.
NA-191-1 Steamship "Danube" at Port Essington, Skeena River, British Columbia. -- July 22, 1892. -- 1 photograph.
NB-2-1 Jack Adams, Squamish, at Port Madison Reserve, British Columbia. -- May 1920. -- 1 photograph.
NF-3 Glenbow Foundation views. -- [ca. 1956]. -- 71 photographs. -- Consists of views of Glenbow Foundation and southern Alberta events, including: Mrs. McKinnon's annual picnic; gathering of the Macleod clan at Mary Dover's home; Calgary Highlanders; Banff Indian Days; old Jameson Ranch at Millarville; exterior and interior of Hull House; interior of Luxton Museum; etc. -- These are colour images, and the prints are badly faded.
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