Events and activities, ships, wharves, lighthouses and aids to navigation, and portraits of individuals associated with the Department of Marine and Fisheries, the Department of Transport and Transport Canada, ca. 1884-1969. The following events and activities are documented: expedition of C.G.S. Neptune to Hudson Bay, 1884; demolition of the Cornwall Canal to create Lake St. Lawrence, Cornwall, Ont., 30 June - 1 July 1958; Arctic resupply voyage of C.G.S. C.D. Howe from Churchill, Man., to Resolute Bay, N.W.T., 1958; Arctic resupply voyage of C.G.S. d'Iberville from Resolute Bay to Eureka, N.W.T., 1959., The following ships are documented: Abegweit, Aberdeen, Acadia, Admiral, Agnes P., Aigle d'Ocean, Alberni, Alachasse, Alert, Alexander Mackenzie, Amherstburg II, Aranmore, Arctic, Argenteuil, Argyll, Arrow, Atlantic, Auk, Baccalieu, Bayfield, Beauharnois, Bellechasse, Beauport, Beothic, Bernier, Berthier, Birchway, Brant, Burley, Burgeo, Cabot Strait, Calgarian, Camsell, Canada, Cap Petits Mechins, Champlain, Charlottetown, Charybdis, Chr. Knudsen, Concretia, Confederation, Constance, Curlew, Daring, David West, Detector, d'Iberville, Dollar, Dollard, Dolaura, Druid 1, Druid 2, Duke of Connaught Drydock, Dumit, Earl Grey, Eckaloo, Edward Cornwallis, Eider, Empress of India, Empress of Ireland, E.P. Murphy, Ernest Lapointe, Esquimault, Estevan, Fleur de Lys, Fort St. Louis, Franklin, Frontenac, Gannet, Georgian, Glenada, Grenville, Griffon, Gulnare, Holiday, Ironsides, James Whalen, John A. Macdonald, John Hamilton Gray, John Cabot, Kenoki, Kestrel, Labrador, La Canadienne, Lady Forrest, Lady Grey, Lady Laurier, Lambton, Lansdowne, Laurentian, Long Sault, Louis S. St. Laurent, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Manitoulin, Manja Dan, Marmot, Mary Hough, Mink, Minto, Miskanaw, Mont Blanc, Murray Bay, Montcalm, Montmagny, Montmorency, Moorhen, Narwhal, N.B. McLean, Neptune, Nicolet, Nipissing, Nokomis, Noronic, Parisian, Petrel, Port Nelson, Quadra, Point Pleasant Park, Porte Dauphine, Prince Edward, Prince Edward Island, Pacer, Ready, Reserve, Richilieu, Safeguarder, Saurel, Scotia II, Scout, Shamrock, Simcoe, Sir Hugh Allan, Sir Humphrey Gilbert, Sir James Douglas, Sir James Dunn, Sir William Alexander, Skua, Spindrift, Spume, Stanley, St. Catharines, St. Heliers, St. Lawrence, Stonetown, Tadoussac, Tembah, Thomas Carleton, "TR"-class naval trawlers, Tupper, Tyrian, Vancouver, Vercheres, Vigilant, Ville Marie, Walter E. Foster, William J. Stewart, Wolfe, Yvon Simard., The following wharves at places in Quebec are documented: Carleton Point, Chicoutimi, Grand River, Matane, Megantic, New Carlisle, Percé, Port Daniel, White Island., The following lighthouses and aids to navigation at places in Canada are documented: Anticosti Island, Bird Rocks, Amherst Island, Entry Island, Flowers Island, Forteau, Point Rich, Carleton Point, Paspebiac, Maquereau Point, Grand River, Newport, Cape Despair, Percé, Cape Gaspé, Gaspé, Seven Islands, Egg Island, Fame Point, Perroquet Island, Portneuf Range, Bersimis, Cape Magdalen, Martin River, Cap Chat, Matane, Métis, Red Island Lightship, White Island Lightship, Lark Island, Riviere du Loup, Kamouraska, Algernon Rock, Cape Salmon, Cap à l'Aigle, Murray Bay, Les Eboulements, Isle aux Coudres, Baie St. Paul, Montee du Lac, Point aux Orignaux, Crane Island, St. Thomas Range, Bellechasse, Point St. Lawrence, Point St. John, Point St. Martin Range, Riviere du Moulin, Riviere Caribou, Piviere Valin Range, Roberval, Orelans Range, St. Antoine, St. Croix Range, Barre à Boulard Range, Lotbiniere Range, St. Emelie Range, Grondines Range, Cape Charles Range, Raton Range, St. Pierre les Becquets, Batiscan Range, Poine aux Citrouilles, Sorel Range, Ile de Grace, Isle aux Raisins Range, Isle à la Pierre, Contrecoeur Range, Isle aux Brunes, Isle à la Bague, Repntigny Range, Isle Ste. Therese Range, Green Island, Father Point, Cap des Rosiers, Cape Race, Miscou Island, Pointe des Monts, Lonely Island, Windmill Point, Cape May, Greenly Island, Sable Island, St. Valentine Range, Lacolle Range, Ash & Bloody Islands Range, Lake Memphremagog, Point Atkinson, Sand Heads, Gros Cap, Chantry Island, Lower Traverse Lightship, White Island Reef Lightship, Bar Point Lightship, Lurcher No. 14 Lightship, Sambro No. 1 Lightship., The following individuals are documented: T.E. Appleton, P.J.A. Cardin, C.B. Fergusson, J.H. Hamilton, Albert Piercey, William Smith, J.T. Walbran, Peter Whitehead., Photographs by the following: Robert Bell, Notman & Sons, George O'Farrell, L.E.C. [L.E. Coutlee?], Newton, National Film Board, Harvey Studio, Canadian National Railways, Ted Grant, Department of Tramsport, Transport Canada. Photographs from the collections of the following institutions: Maritime Museum, Halifax; Science Museum, London, England., These photographs were collected by Thomas E. Appleton, Transport Canada Marine Historian, and many of them were published with captions in Mr. Appleton's official history Usque ad Mare: A History of the Canadian Coast Guard and Marine Services (Ottawa, 1968).