Collection yuk-166 - Bill Roozeboom collection

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Bill Roozeboom collection

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yuk yuk-166

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  • Copied 1976 (originally created 1897-1901) (Creation)
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    Roozeboom, Bill

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31 photographs : b&w copy prints ; 20 x 25 cm, and copy negatives

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Bill Roozeboom was a professional photographer residing in North Vancouver, BC. He was the proprietor of Roozeboom Productions Ltd.

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The collection consists of 31 black and white prints and accompanying negatives copied by Bill Roozeboom from an album he located in Vancouver. The images include: the reception of Governor General Minto's party which visited Dawson in 1900; Dawson street scenes; mining claims; people crossing the Klondike River; the Trail of '98; stampeders; scenes at Dyea, Lake Bennett, Whitehorse and Lake Laberge. Also images of Fort Selkirk and the Yukon Field Force. The majority of the photographs are by Larss & Duclos. The remainder are by Eric Hegg and Goetzman. The original album contained 40 photographs. Nine of the 40 were not copied as they duplicated images already held by the archives.

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Inventory of the photographs is available (Inventory #46)

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