Six men stand in small white boat on water close to shore. The four men on left are dressed in formal attire. H. G. T. Perry stands on far left next to Hugh Taylor. Small farm can be seen on shore in midground, treeline and distant hills in background.
Six men wearing suits stand in a line on street, Hugh Taylor third from left and holding a package. Two other men stand against unidentified building in background. Small shed in background on left, hill in distance. It is believed that some of the men in foreground are also featured in item 2009.5.1.84.
Eight men wearing suits stand in a line on street, Hugh Taylor second from right holding a package. An unidentified building stands in background on right, and a small shed stands in background on left. A dog stands in foreground and a hill can be seen in the distance. It is believed that some of the men are also featured in item 2009.5.1.84.
Photograph depicts three men wearing semi-formal attire at doorway to log building, miscellaneous supplies leaning against base of building. Dirt road in foreground, forest trees on hillside in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph reads: "Mile 47 B.C. Police Barracks.", on recto of photograph: "Summit of Yellowhead pass and east boundary of British Columbia Mile 0. 699 miles to Prince Rupert. Tete Jaune Mile 52. Mile 47 east of Tete Jaune in the Park.", "1911".
Photograph depicts three men in semi-formal attire standing on front steps of log building with tin roof. Shovels, saw, ladder, buckets, boxes and logs lean against building. Forest trees, buildings, and hillside can be seen in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph reads: "Police Barracks. Mile 29 B.C.", on recto of photograph: "Mile 29 East of Tete Jaune Mile 52."
Photograph depicts settlement across frozen lake. Trees cross midground, mountains stand in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph reads: "Distant view of Tete Jaune B.C.", on recto of photograph: "I marked about where you loaded your boat the telephone pole is down the road toward 53. Tete Jaune Mile 52."
Photograph depicts two men believed to be North-West Mounted Police officers standing on either side of white packhorse. Forest and mountains in background. Photograph may have been taken in Vanderhoof, B.C.
Officers are mounted on four horses in cleared area. Fifth horse stands on left, dog stands behind officers. Trees and white building visible in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Jas Tracey - Vanderhoof. A. Birch. Gilbert."
Photograph depicts Sarah seated in passenger seat, and Bert standing to right of car. Mountain in background. Typed caption beside this photograph: "H.F. Glassey (Bert) Government Agent, Gold Commissioner, Coroner, Justice of Peace Atlin, B.C. with his wife Sarah in the car. 1934 --- 1942". Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Auntie & Uncle Bert".
Photograph depicts car on road, rocky hillside in background. Typed caption beneath this photograph: "The official car of the Government Agent, Atlin". Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Uncle Bert's car as Government Agent".
Photograph depicts an unidentified First Nations man standing to right of wolf pelts that hang from eaves of house in Atlin, B.C. Stewart and Glassey stand on left, Glassey wearing a suit and tie. Typed annotation on recto of photograph: "Wolf pelts from Teslin, B.C.", handwritten: "Ron Stewart is policeman." See also items 2009.5.2.67 & 2009.5.2.68.
Photograph depicts H.F. Glassey wearing a suit and tie, holding up a wolf pelt in both hands. House stands behind Glassey, pelts hanging from eaves in front of porch. These pelts came from the Teslin Lake area (this region spans Northern British Columbia and the Yukon Territory). Anglican Church partially visible in left background. Typed annotation on recto of photograph: "Come up and do some hunting." Typed caption below this photograph: "Atlin." See also items 2009.5.2.68 & 2009.5.2.69.
Photograph depicts Bert Glassey standing on front steps under balcony of building, windows visible in background. Typed annotation on recto of photograph: "Since the snow left 1936. Atlin Government Building."
Photograph depicts H.F. Glassey at door to building with the sign "BC Government Liquor Store." A dog stands at his feet and an unidentified building can be seen in background. See also items 2009.5.2.75 & 2009.5.2.76.
Photograph depicts H.F. Glassey sitting on bench on upper deck of unidentified watercraft, rope ladder in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "To Sarah for old Times Sake. Yours Bert."
Photograph depicts Bert Glassey standing on wood sidewalk in front of building believed to be a small hotel. A dog stands in doorway, and a woman can be seen walking beside building. Trees and hills in background. Sign partially visible to left of Glassey reads "ROOMS".
Photograph depicts Bert Glassey in winter gear standing with snowshoes and what appears to be a dogsled. Bushes and trees in background. Typed annotation on recto of photograph: "The Tribulations and privations of a Coroner in Northern British Columbia. April 18th, 1936. Taken in the Teslin Lake country of B.C."
Photograph depicts two men lifting rocks onto or off of a truck with "DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS" painted on its side. Rocky hill in background, road in right foreground. It is speculated that one of these men may be Hugh Taylor, or his son in law Bob Baxter who also worked for the department of public works.
Text on recto of photograph reads: "Briefing the Auxiliaries: General Crozier, officer commanding the Auxiliary Division of the R.I.C. giving some of his men a briefing. The photographer who took this picture and the one above had to hide his camera behind a bystander’s back since her would have been arrested if he had been seen.”
Text on recto of photograph reads: “Lord French’s farewell, May 1921: Before leaving Ireland Lord French inspects the Royal Irish Constabulary and the Auxiliaries in Phoenix Park. Immediately behind him is General H.H. Tudor, Chief of Police in Ireland, 1920-21.”
Text on recto of photograph reads: “Brigadier-General H.W. Higginson, commanding 17th Infantry Brigade, talking to a sergeant R.I.C. at Ballinhassig R.I.C. barrack. Note the heavy barbed-wire on either side of the path to the front-door.”
Three uniformed men, holding memorial wreaths line up beside a casket on a wagon. Handwritten annotation on verso of photo reads: “The funeral of British Agents shot on Bloody Sunday. Auxiliaries and R.I.C. form Guard of Honour.”
Text associated with this image reads: “Canadian army in Holland and Germany: First Canadian Army reading the lesson at an impressive Victory service near Enshede, Holland” It is believed this image along with text noted above was published on p. 197 of "Canada’s Weekly."
Photograph depicts Bridget Moran standing beside unidentified man in front of white building with the sign "Nisga'a Government Administration building". Suburban parked in front of building, trees and mountains visible in background.
Photograph depicts sign in foreground outlining rules and restrictions for behaviour at Moricetown Canyon. Traditional fishing territory visible behind sign at waterfall in the Bulkley River, B.C. Highway and buildings can be seen in background.
Item is a photograph of Princess Margaret on July 17, 1958 at an event staged in the Prince George railway yards. Alex Moffat dressed as a prospector demonstrates panning for previously salted gold nuggets, which were later given to the Princess.