Mrs. Walter Seaborn of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Jimmy Simpson, Banff, Alberta.
Beach of Lebret, Saskatchewan.
Army veterans.
Three ladies in winter dress, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Group of ladies at railway station, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
View of Fullerton's camp at Battle Lake, Alberta.
Lumber camp at Battle Lake, Alberta.
Alfred J. Smyth, photographer.
Sydney A. Smyth.
Sydney A. Smyth.
St. Joseph's Industrial School, east of High River, Alberta.
View of the Loop on the Canadian Pacific Railway in the Selkirk Mountains.
Rondeau and Trevor Seaborn, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Miss Florence Kent, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Fire at Outlook, Saskatchewan.
Mrs. Walter Seaborn and son, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Home of Walter Seaborn, lawyer, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Fire at Outlook, Saskatchewan.
Houses hit by cyclone, Regina, Saskatchewan.
Children outside Bijou theatre, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Bank of Montreal after fire at Outlook, Saskatchewan.
Green room club, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Trench for first waterworks, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Sir Frederick Haultain, left, as a child.
Early residents of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Papineau's Mill at Battle Lake, Alberta.
HTST 431-29 P2001
Ft. Macleod Alberta Bylaws 1896
HTST 335 P1997
Cardston, AB. Bylaws, 1908
Cree at coronation day celebrations, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Interior of law office, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Tees and Persse warehouse, Calgary, Alberta.
Children's flag at coronation day festivities, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seaborn, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Group of men, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
60th Rifles, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
St, John's anglican church, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Central Collegiate institute under construction, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Summer homes at Lebret, Saskatchewan.
Christmas card from Royal Canadian Mounted Police barracks, Calgary, Alberta.
Pullman coach from Athabasca, Alberta.
Eating contest, >ondon Old Boys of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Ethnic groups in parade, possibly Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Campers on the beach of Lebret, Saskatchewan.
Two Sarcee (Tsuut'ina) girls.
Log chute in lumbering operations, Battle Lake, Alberta.
HTST 431 F1998
Alberta Hansard, 1976, index
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