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Louis Riel : un homme à pendre
Immunological Sciences Research Group Faculty of Medicine University of Calgary annual report 1992
Infectious Diseases Research Group annual report for 1992 Faculty of Medicine
Golden jubilee : commemorating fifty years of picture history of Taber, Alberta, 1905-1955.
Letter from Calgary issued under the Fort Brisebois name.
Confidential letter from James A. Grahame, Fort Garry to Richard Hardisty, Edmonton House.
Imasees, or Little Bear, Cree.
Richard Hardisty, chief factor, Hudson's Bay Company.
Richard Hardisty, chief factor, Hudson's Bay Company.
Old Hudson's Bay Company post, Edmonton, Alberta.
'Mother', possibly mother of Richard Hardisty, of the Hudson's Bay Company.
Richard Hardisty's famous dog teams, northern Alberta.
Richard Hardisty's family and friends in Edmonton, Alberta.
Daughters of Reverend George McDougall, Methodist minister.
Mrs. Eliza Hardisty, wife of Richard Hardisty.
Mrs. Eliza Hardisty, wife of Richard Hardisty.
Four generations in McDougall/Hardisty family, Calgary, Alberta.
Merchiston Castle School cricket team, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Merchiston Castle School rugby team, known as the 'Merchistonians', Edinburgh, Scotland.
At Merchiston ranch, Alberta.
Mr. and Mrs. John Graham with Richard and Percy Hardisty, Calgary, Alberta.
Richard and Percy Hardisty with sister, Mrs. Clara Graham, wife of John Graham, Calgary, Alberta.
W. Leslie Wood with wife Nellie, and Nellie Young her niece.
Marquess of Lorne.
Laurence Clarke, Chief Factor, Hudson's Bay Company.
Chief Crowfoot, Blackfoot.
First Nations chiefs and missionaries in Toronto, Ontario.
Alexandria Hardisty.
George T. Neilson, wearing Scottish dress.
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Calgary subdivision, Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Calgary Stampede Parade, Calgary, Alberta.
Vivre à Place-Royale entre 1760 et 1820 : annexes 1 à 6