R. F. Waugh collection [graphic material]
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R. F. Waugh collection [graphic material]Hierarchical level:CollectionDate:1903, 1910-1921.Reference:R16326-0-9-EType of material:Photographs, ArtFound in:Archives / Collections and FondsItem ID number:5268200Context of this record:
Record Information – DetailsCollection includes:39 lower level description(s)View lower level description(s)Date(s):1903, 1910-1921.Place:Ontario, Quebec, and Labrador:Place of creation:CanadaAdded country of publication:New York (State), Switzerland, United StatesExtent:660 photographs (6 albums) : b&w prints.
422 photographs : b&w prints.
1 print : photomechanical reproduction.Language of material:EnglishScope and content:Collection of photographs attributed to anthropologist Frederick Wilkerson Waugh, captured while conducting ethnological research and associated work for the Anthropology Division of the Geological Survey of Canada. The collection includes many photographs of Anishinaabe (Ojibway) life at Long Lake, (Ont.), and the community of Lac Seul (Ont.), various Haudenosaunee communities (mainly at Six Nations and Kahnawake), Cree, Inuit (Nunatsiavut) and Innu in Labrador.Provenance:Additional name(s):Finding aid:Additional information:Custodial history:The collection of photographs were retained by R. F. Waugh, the son of Frederick Wilkerson Waugh, and eventually offered to LAC by Mrs. R. F. Waugh.Related material:Additional photographs by Waugh, captured between 1913 and 1924, are located within the Geological Survey of Canada collection (R214) at Library and Archives Canada., Frederick Waugh records are also located in the Canadian Museum of History (Waugh's notebooks, photos, and collected material) and the American Philosophical Society (Waugh's manuscripts).Source:Private
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