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Dawson City Museum Early Klondike collection

  • CA dcm dcm-109
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1898-1946]

These photographs were collected by the Dawson City Museum and arranged by subject. The images were taken by various professional photographers including Larss & Duclos, Goetzman, Adams & Co., E. A. Hegg, Duclos, and E. O. Ellingsen. Photographs include images of routes to the Klondike including the Chilkoot and Skagway; Dawson City, Yukon events including 4th of July, May 24th (Victoria Day), dog teams, the first car; streetscapes including Avery Groceries, Dawson Daily News, Jimmy's Place, Fairview Hotel, etc.; Transportation including Klondike Mines Railway (KMR) and sternwheelers, Gold Fields, North West Mounted Police (NWMP) and First Nations.

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Dawson City Museum sports and amusements collection

  • CA dcm dcm-110
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1898-1946]

These photographs were collected by the Dawson City Museum, Yukon and arranged by subject. The images were taken by amateur and professional photographers including H.T. Misumi, E.O. Ellingsen, Adams & Duclos. They relate to sports and amusements in Dawson City. Activities represented include stage presentations, hunting, baseball, volleyball, Dawson Amateur Athletic Association, curling and hockey. Two shots of caribou herds crossing rivers and the first radio station broadcast by volunteers from the Old Territorial Administration Building (OTAB) in Dawson City in the late 1950s are included. There are 28 images and 2 copies.

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Dawson City Museum transportation collection

  • CA dcm dcm-111
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1898-1946]

This collection contains photographs collected by the Dawson City Museum, Yukon from various and unknown sources and arranged by the subject of transportation. Scenes represented include early aircraft (The Northern Light), and glider, Yukon River sternwheelers (Nasutlin, Lightning, Casca, Dawson, Clifford Sifton, Victorian), and barges, small dog sleds (including passengers Coutts, Kinsey), pack trains (Kennedy), horse teams (Rouse), bridges and floating of fire wood down Yukon River.

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Dawson City Museum gold mining collection

  • CA dcm dcm-112
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1898-1946]

This collection contains photographs relating to gold mining in the Klondike gathered, based on subject, by the Dawson City Museum, Yukon. Subject matter represented includes early mining camps, sluicing, panning, dredges and caterpillars.

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Dawson City Museum social groups and receptions collection

  • CA dcm dcm-113
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1898-1946]

This collection consists of photographs from various and unknown sources, gathered together by the , Dawson City Musem, Yukon, relating to social groups and receptions in the Klondike. Social groups represented include Freemasons, Independant Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), Yukon Order of Pioneers (YOOP), Shrine Ladies, Salvation Army, Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE) and Yukoners Association. Events represented include summer solstice of 1904, Orpheum Theatrical Co. banquet of 1906, Anglican Synod of 1915, Prince Philip's visit to Dawson City in 1959 as well as wedding and funeral procession.

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Dawson City Museum Dawson buildings collection

  • CA dcm dcm-114
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1900-1970]

This collection consists of photographs collected by the Dawson City Museum from various and unknown sources and arranged by subject. The images relate to Dawson City, Yukon, buildings, interiors and exteriors. Structures represented include blacksmith shop interior, St. Paul's interior, Gandolfo's Point, Manrico Wines and Cigars, Jimmy's Place, Front St. Fire Department, Public School and Commissioner's Residence.

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Dawson City Museum Dawson townsite and events collection

  • CA dcm dcm-115
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1898-1946]

This collection consists of photographs of Dawson City, Yukon townsites, streetscapes and events such as the Royal North West Mounted Police (RNWMP) leaving to search for the lost patrol and spring break up. These images were gathered together by the Dawson City Museum based on subject from various and unknown sources.

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Dawson City Museum portraits collection

  • CA dcm dcm-116
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1900-1970]

This collection consists of photographic portraits collected by the Dawson City Museum, Yukon from various and unknown sources, and arranged according to subject. The portraits have been divided into five separate categories which include; 20 amateur portraits with identification, 13 unidentified professional portraits, 11 card mounted studio portraits with photographers imprint all from studios outside the Yukon, 9 card mounted studio portraits all from Yukon studios, and 11 well known Yukon personalities (including Donald Purdy, Bishop Stringer, Robert Service, Geo. Johansson, Harry Leamon and Black Mike, Archie Black, Klondike Kate, George Dawson and Xhuzume (a.k.a. Madame Zoom).

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Reflections of the North Exhibit fonds

  • CA dcm dcm-117
  • Fundos
  • 1983

This collection contains 12 colour negatives made during the development of a poster to advertise Reflections of the North Exhibit in July of 1983 at the Dawson City Museum, Dawson City, Yukon. It also includes one 11 x 14 camera ready collage print and a 16 x 20 photographic sepia toned poster. The Dawson City Museum generated this material during the course of the development of the Reflections of the North Exhibit.

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Yukon First Nations crafts exhibit fonds

  • CA dcm dcm-118
  • Fundos
  • [ca. 1977-1979]

This collection consists of photographs from a photograph essay on traditional Yukon First Nations crafts including making snowshoes, tanning and smoking hides, preparing babiche, skinning fish, making a bark moose caller, toys, handicrafts and garments. Also environmental portraits of such local figures as Joe Henry, Eliza Farr and Ida Jonas. Some of the photographs were taken at Joe Henry's cabin at Wolfe Creek on the Dempster Highway, Yukon. Photographs were taken by Dawson City Museum employees Kathy Toombs and Sally Robinson, ca. 1977-1979.

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