Fonds yuk-316 - R.R. Fortier fonds

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R.R. Fortier fonds

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yuk yuk-316

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  • [ca. 1900-1915] (Creation)
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    Fortier, R.R., 19-- -

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6 photographs : b&w originals

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R.R. Fortier was the child of Antoinette Gagnon, and grandchild of Phileas and Zenaid Gagnon.

Custodial history

The collection was donated by R.R. Fortier, granddaughter of Phileas and Zenaide Gagnon, via Bruce Barrett of Historic Sites, YTG.

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The fonds consists of photographs taken of the Gagnon family in Dawson City and on Dominion Creek. The images include a funeral procession of a murdered family, family portraits, mining sluice and roadhouse.

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There are no donor-imposed restrictions on this material. General copyright or institutional or legal restrictions may apply.

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Photographs are identified au verso by R.R. Fortier, and a caption list is available.

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