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Martha and Brian Kates collection

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  • Copied 1976 (originally created [ca. 1907-1949])

The collection consists of images of the First Nation community of Moosehide, Yukon and its residents. Also included are images of Dawson City, the river-tug "Brainstorm" on the Porcupine River, Chooutla School in Carcross and a potlatch in Eagle, Alaska. Most of the individuals are identified and listed in the inventory. Included are Robert Charles, Dave Roberts, Charlie Abel, Dan Curry, Jane Hayden, Magdalene Roberts, Sara Roberts, Bertha Russel, Richard Martin, Ellen Silas, and John Smith. Two of the photographs were taken by Stanley Rivers.

Kates, Martha Kates, Brian

Mary Heim collection

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  • Copied 1979-1989 (originally created 1903-1981)

The collection consists of copies of photographs collected by Mary Heim of her time in the Yukon, as well as textual records of that time. The photographs are of the McRae and Puckett families, Takhini Roadhouse [Braeburn?], Ear Lake, Ole Dickson, Mrs. Wilde and the ladies' bowling team. Included in the textual records are a copy of Mary's baptismal certificate, a copy of "Flashback" a reminiscence by Mary of her family's stay in Whitehorse, written in 1976, three photocopied photographs, taken after 1980, of the "Boutillier Girls", the Gold City Hotel lounge in Dawson City and Mary Heim. There are also two copies of newspaper articles, 1980-1981, about Dawson City and Alaska, which were annotated by Mary Heim.

Heim, Mary Isabella McRae, 1904-

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner collection

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  • [ca. 1900], 1993

The collection consists of one original photograph of Robert Service in front of his Dawson City, Yukon cabin, taken by A.J. Gillis, and three copy prints of William and George Noble.

Turner, Charles

Paul Sincic collection

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  • Copied 1979 (originally created [ca. 1898-1910])

The collection consists of copy negs. and prints from some of the glass plate negatives and photographs taken by Barley, Eric Hegg and other photographers held in the Sincic collection at the Alaska Historical Library, Juneau. The photographs show Skagway, Dyea, other areas of Alaska, and White Pass and Yukon Route (WP&YR) trains, ca. 1898-1910.

Sincic, Paul J., 1914-1998

Risk Analysis and Engineering Report for Government of the Yukon Territory collection

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  • 1968

The collection consists of the report "Risk Analysis and Engineering Report for Government of the Yukon Territory", published in 1968 and the photographs which were removed from the report for preservation. The photographs are of schools and teacherages in Whitehorse.

Armstrong and Taylor Ltd.

St. Mary's Catholic Church collection

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  • 1898-1913, 1949-1957

The collection consists of photocopies of the "Register of Pupils of St. Mary's Public School" in Dawson City for the following years: 1949-1951 (grades 1-7); 1955-1957 (grades 1 and 2); 1955-1957 (grades 3-8); miscellaneous reports - Amounts Paid by Governments of Yukon Territory to St. Mary's School, Dawson, 1903-1913, 1951; "Ecole Ste. Marie, Dawson" - copy of Report made to Mother M. Melanie, Provincial of Sisters of St. Anne on Jan. 13, 1917. The collection also consists of photocopies of various reports on the Catholic Church in the Yukon, focusing mainly on Dawson City.

St. Mary's Church (Dawson City)

Sue Van Bibber collection

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  • Copied 1992 (originally created 1930-1939)

The collection consists of photographs from the album of Sue Van Bibber depicting daily life at Burwash Landing and Klukshu, Yukon including family groupings, dog sleds and neighbours (Jacquot family).

Van Bibber, Sue, 1911-

Thomas Carter collection

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  • Copied 1993 (originally created 1942-1943)

The collection consists of photographs taken by official U.S. Army photographers of the Alaska Highway construction between Dawson Creek and Fort St. John. The photographs primarily depict views of equipment, roads and bridges.

Carter, Thomas, 19- -

Trondek Hwechin Han First Nation collection

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  • Copied 1994 (originally created 1907-1932, [ca. 1975])

The collection consists of images of elders from the Trondek Hwechin Han First Nation in Dawson City, Yukon. The majority of photographs were taken during the 1970s and all individuals are identified.

Trondek Hwechin Han First Nation

U.S. National Archives and Records Administration collection

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  • Copied 1965 (originally created 1898-1911, 1987)

The collection consists of microfilmed Returns from U.S. Military Posts: 1) Dyea, Alaska February 1898 - June 1998, 2) Skagway, Alaska February 1898 - September 1904, 3) Fort Egbert, Alaska, June 1899 - August 1911 (93/44). Also included are 32 photographs depicting various aspects of the construction of the Alaska Highway in British Columbia and the Yukon in 1942. There are views of bridge construction, equipment, men at work, a church service held for the construction workers, the effects of mosquito and black fly bites, and Main Street in Whitehorse, Yukon (87/28).

U.S. National Archives and Records Administration

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