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Bronc riding at the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede, Calgary, Alberta.
Strobel's airship ready to ascend at Dominion Exhibition, Calgary, Alberta.
Treating patient during civil defence exercise, Vulcan, Alberta.
Leigh Britnell, pioneer bush pilot.
Hugh Robinson, American airman and airplane.
Hugh Robinson, American airman, landing airplane at Edmonton, Alberta.
Didier Masson, American airman and airplane.
Lincoln Beachey, American airman and plane, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Glenn L. Martin, American airman and plane.
Frank Ellis and airplane 'West Wind'.
Miss Katherine Stinson and her airplane.
Miss Eileen S. Magill, Canadian woman pilot.
William Fray and flying license.
Robert McCombie and first air engineer's certificate.
Grant W. G. McConachie, Canadian bush pilot.
Roland John Groome and pilot's license.
Group of pioneer airmen of the north.
Aircraft, the 'Rene' and the 'Vic', after landing at Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories (NWT).
Aircraft, the 'Rene and the 'Vic', Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories (NWT).
Crew and passengers of the 'Vic', taken on Bear Island, Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories (NWT).
William Hill, engineer, working propellor of the 'Vic', Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories (NWT).
Sergeant 'Nitchie' Thorne and Pete Derbyshire beside the plane, 'Rene', Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories (NWT).
Imperial Oil Limited plane, the 'Rene' at Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories (NWT).
Crew of first Royal Canadian Air Force aircraft rescuing man in the Barrens, Nunavut.
Joseph Fortey, Royal Canadian Air Force, Barrens, Nunavut.
Roland John Groome, Regina pilot, Saskatchewan.
Framework of Underwood aircraft at Stettler, Alberta.
Replica of Canada's only 'flying saucer.'
Strobel's airship ready to ascend at Dominion Exhibition, Calgary, Alberta.
'Lucky' Bob St. Henry and biplane.
First airplane engine constructed by William Wallace Gibson.
William Wallace Gibson and his wooden plane.
Engine of Gibson Multi-plane.
Jimmie Ward and his biplane 'Shooting Star'.
Plane on first commercial passenger flight to Canadian north, from Winnipeg to Le Pas, Manitoba.
First air picture taken in Canadian north.
First air picture taken in Northwest Territories (NWT).
Plane owned by William J. Robertson, Winnipeg, Manitoba and Clair G. Horton, USA.
First plane to fly from Ottawa, Ontario, to Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Plane stalled on top of merry-go-round at Calgary Exhibition and Stampede.
Viking aircraft used on first prospecting flight into Northwest Territories (NWT).
Douglass seaplane on trans-Canada flight.
Crashed Fokker aircraft at Le Pas, Manitoba.
One of the first air mail flight planes in the north, at Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Junker monoplane on Red River, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Crew and search plane.
Handbill advertising of visiting airplanes.
Airplane at Red Deer, Alberta.
Glenn L. Martin, American airman at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
First commercially operated ambulance plane in Saskatchewan; Regina, Saskatchewan.

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