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Valley linear irrigation system, Bow Island, Alberta.
Zimmatic lateral move irrigation system, Bow Island, Alberta.
Shire horses, Edmonton, Alberta.
Acme Clothiers Limited, window display of men's and boys' clothing, Edmonton, Alberta.
Ed Nagle and family in front of house at Fort Resolution, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
Grey Nuns in front of the altar inside a Roman Catholic church, Mackenzie River area, Northwest Territories.
Taking a Hislop and Nagle Company scow down the Grand Rapids on the Athabasca River above Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Hislop and Nagle Company crew tracking a scow up Grand Rapids on the Athabasca River above Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Jim Hislop's York boat taking supplies to Hislop's Post, Fort Rae, Northwest Territories.
Hislop and Nagle Company York boat sheltering from heavy winds on Great Slave Lake between Fort Resolution and Fort Rae, Northwest Territories.
Hislop and Nagle Company post at Fort Providence, Northwest Territories.
Hislop and Nagle Company post at Arctic Red River, Northwest Territories.
S.S. Eva Nagle and fourteen scows, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
Captain Ed Nagle and Irish water spaniel, Jack, Edmonton, Alberta.
Hislop and Nagle Company crew packing goods down the north slope of Mountain Portage, Smith's Rapids, Slave River, Northwest Territories.
Hislop and Nagle Company scow climbing up the Grand Rapids, Athabasca River, Northwest Territories.
Hislop and Nagle Company scow climbing up the Grand Rapids, Athabasca River, Northwest Territories.
Hislop and Nagle Company employee packing 400 pounds with tumpline on Middle Portage, Northwest Territories.
Hislop and Nagle Company crew on Mountain Portage, Smith's Rapids, Slave River, Northwest Territories.
Hislop and Nagle Company scow coming over the Big Cascade on Lower Athabasca River, Alberta.
Hislop and Nagle Company steamboats and scows at Fort Smith, Northwest Territories.
Ed Nagle at Pelican gas well, Athabasca River, Northwest Territories.
Colin Fraser and companions, Fort Chipewyan, Alberta.
Fort Rae, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
Eva Nagle and children, Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories.
Sarsfield and Louise Nagle on Bill, Penticton, British Columbia.
The Nagle family at the front gate of the Nagle home, Penticton, British Columbia.
Ted Nagle on Bill, Penticton, British Columbia.
North-West Mounted Police (NWMP) Inspector Routledge and Ed Nagle on the Athabasca River, Northwest Territories.
The Nagles and the Warrens, Penticton, British Columbia.
Geoff Warren, Ted Nagle and Duke in the Nagles' orchard, Penticton, British Columbia.
Imogen and Dorothy Warren with Louise Nagle on pony on the Warrens' front lawn, Penticton, British Columbia.
Dr. Robert Bell returning from Pine Point.
Dr. Robert Bell returning from Pine Point.
Ted Nagle, Kimberley, British Columbia.
Furs from Hislop and Nagle Company posts at Dick Secord's Buffalo Club fur warehouse, Edmonton, Alberta.
Hislop and Nagle Company crew hauling scows over Mountain Portage between Fort Fitzgerald and Fort Smith, Alberta.
Hislop and Nagle Company post at Fort Resolution, Great Slave Lake.
Hislop and Nagle Company post at Fort Resolution, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
James Hislop at the Nagle home in Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories.
Ed and Eva Nagle at Athabasca Landing enroute to Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories.
Ed Nagle at an Indian camp on the Slave River below Smith's Rapids, Northwest Territories.
Peter Price at the Invermere Hotel, Invermere, British Columbia.
Ted Nagle roasting ducks for Sunday dinner in a reflector oven, Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company Ltd. field camp at Murky Channel, east end of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
Bill Dean baking blueberry pies for Sunday dinner in a reflector oven, Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company Ltd. field camp at Murky Channel, east end of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
Hislop's Post in winter, Fort Rae, Northwest Territories.
Hislop's York boat waiting out a storm, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
Mrs. James Hislop at Hislop's Post, Fort Rae, Northwest Territories.
Unidentified trader and trappers in front of Hislop and Nagle Company store, Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories.
Old Fort Rae, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
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