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Glenbow Library and Archives

Glenbow Library and Archives 

Glenbow Library and Archives documents the human and natural history of Southern Alberta. It includes historic documents from many of the major energy companies in Western Canada. It is also an unparalleled resource for researchers and students exploring local, regional and provincial history, political science, social studies, ranching, immigration, cultural studies, business, environmental studies, women’s studies, military history and the Northwest Mounted Police/Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Included in the digital collection are selections of photographs from the photographic archival collection.

Please note that the language, terminology or visual content in this collection reflects the context and culture of the time of its creation, and may include culturally sensitive information. As an historical document, its contents may be at odds with contemporary views and terminology. The information within this collection does not reflect the views of the University of Calgary, but is available in its original form to facilitate research. For questions or comments regarding sensitive content, access, and use related to this collection, please contact digitize@ucalgary.ca. 

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Glenbow Library and Archives (CU2ALB87854) 

Observations, 1883-1976
J. R. Sweeney, Alberta.
Chief Jim Shot Both Sides, Blood Reserve, Alberta.
Katie McCrimmon Love, Edmonton, Alberta.
Zachary Taylor Wood, Dawson City, Yukon.
Woman dressed in Royal North West Mounted Police uniforms.
Sundance Canyon near Banff, Alberta.
Home of W. H. King and E. D. Adams, Millarville, Alberta.
Moving a house with a team of horses, Calgary, Alberta.
Irrigation canal, Alberta.
Simmons farm, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
Sons of England Golden West Lodge No. 8 roll of honour, Calgary, Alberta.
Dawson Cadets and the Royal North-West Mounted Police, funeral parade in honour of the King, Dawson City, Yukon.
Dr. Cecil Townshend.
Boarded-up house in Victoria Park district, Calgary, Alberta.
House in Victoria Park district, Calgary, Alberta.
Hilda Maude McConkey, Calgary, Alberta.
Calgary Labour Council executive after merger, Calgary, Alberta.
View from Crescent Heights, Calgary, Alberta.
Palace theatre on 8th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta.
Major A.H. Griesbach (on horse) and Sergeant Major J.T. Flintoff, North-West Mounted Police.
Summit Hotel, Crowsnest Pass, Alberta.
Sitting Bull, Sioux Chief. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA.
Portrait of Sitting Bull, Sioux Chief. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA.
Procession for military funeral, Calgary, Alberta.
Provincial Mental Hospital, Ponoka, Alberta.
Complex of barns, near Lethbridge, Alberta.
Ainsworth Mining camp on Kootenay Lake, British Columbia
Men trying to free pickup truck stuck in a hole, Schlumberger geophysical survey party, Turner Valley, Alberta.
Mrs. John Robinson (nee Marie Belcourt), Fish Creek, Alberta.
Loading out at Union Milk Company, Calgary, Alberta.
Cow adopting a pig on High River Ranch, west of Cayley, Alberta.
Wedding of Otto Forster and Alice Burton, Calgary, Alberta.
Monument (cairn) erected to commemorate victims of Frog Lake Massacre, Frog Lake, Alberta.
Beta Sigma Phi group in costume for Halloween, possibly in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Students studying Latin prose.
The Peters, Toews and Rempel family, Schoenfeld, Russia.
Howard Jewell (left) and unidentified man, Calgary, Alberta.
Susan Peters and a little friend, Reindeer Station, Northwest Territories.
Howard and Adeline Jewell, Calgary, Alberta.
Scow near Athabasca Landing, Alberta.
Schoenfeld Central high School, Schoenfeld, Russia.
Susie Peters on a horse in front of her home, Schoenfeld, Russia.
The Klassen family, Hanna, Alberta.
Helen Klassen and Dorothy Klassen, Linden, Alberta.
Susie Peters with the Klassen children, Hanna, Alberta.
Dorothy Klassen, Bernie Rempel and Helen Klassen, Linden, Alberta.
Susan B. Peters in Russia.
James K. Cornwall, pioneer, Peace River area, Alberta.
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