National Museums of Canada collection [graphic material]
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National Museums of Canada collection [graphic material]Hierarchical level:AccessionDate:ca. 1907-1953.Reference:RG132, R999, 1979-298 NPCLocal class no.:broken glass negatives GL01196 (2M/DAP-7B), glass negatives GL01348 to GL01353, GL01272 (DAP/2M-7B), Lantern slides GL00157 to GL00158 (DAP/2M-1A), nitrate negatives RV1-021 to RV1-030Type of material:PhotographsFound in:Archives / Collections and FondsItem ID number:12862
Record Information – DetailsAccession includes:37 lower level description(s)View lower level description(s)Date(s):ca. 1907-1953.Place of creation:No place, unknown, or undeterminedExtent:ca. 30,400 photographs : b&w negatives (nitrate, glass plate) and lantern slidesLanguage of material:EnglishFinding aid:Additional information:General Note:The accession consists of photographs by staff in the Anthropological Division of the Geological Survey of Canada, and later the Anthropology and Biology Divisions of the National Museum of Canada, including ethnologists, anthropologists, ornithologists, and zoologists.
Subjects include: portraits of Aboriginal peoples; the Canadian Arctic Expedition (1913-1918); topographical views; archeological dig sites; various flora and fauna; hunting; landscapes; cemeteries; churches; streetscapes; bridges; furniture; museum exhibits.
Photographs by Charles Marius Barbeau, Edward Sapir, Diamond Jenness, James Alexander Teit, Rudolph Martin Anderson, Frank Gouldsmith Speck, Harlan Ingersoll Smith, George Hubert Wilkins, Percival Algernon Taverner.Physical description note:Graphic (photo): 25, 26aSubject heading:Source:Government
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