Photographs of Canadian historic events, ca. 1876-1951; views of buildings and landscapes in Québec, Ontario, Manitoba, and Alberta; and portraits of political and military groups, 1907-1914., The following events and activities are documented: picnic of the firm Dawson Bros., binders at St. Hilaire, Québec (composite photo, 1876); first parade of soldiers on Cordova St., Vancouver, B.C., for the Dominion Day celebrations in 1887; "C" Battery of the Royal Canadian Artillery going on board H.M.S. "Caroline" at Esquimalt, B.C., en route to the "Skeena River War" (1888); Royal Visit to the Public Archives, Ottawa, Ont. (1951). Photographs by unknown photographers and by the following: Armour Landry, Montréal; Russell., Views of the following: Percée Rock at Gaspé, Québec; "Lacolle Blockhouse," St-Jean, Québec (1938); old chapel of Notre Dame de la Victoire, Montréal, Québec; Hull, Québec, from the canal locks in Ottawa, Ont.; Chaudière district from Parliament Hill, Ottawa (ca. 1860); Rideau Hall, Ottawa; barracks on Hughson St., Hamilton, Ont.; gateway to Upper Fort Garry, Winnipeg, Man.; Lower Fort Garry, Man (gateway to Government House with Lieutenant-Governor Morris and family, ca. 1876; old Council House/new post office, ca. 1927; Governor's residence); Fort Prince of Wales at the mouth of the Churchill River in northern Manitoba; the Golly and Hermitage farms, five miles from Edmonton, Alta.. Photographs by unknown photographers and by the following: C.N.R.; Compagnie Aérienne Franco Canadienne, Montréal; George Hunter; A. Laurent, France; H.T. Perrault, Montréal; Cassel M. Tait, Edmonton., Photographs of the following groups: Conference of the Colonial Prime Ministers (1907); officers of the Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry (1914). Photographs by the following photographers: Russell; C.J. Wallis, Ottawa.