Title and statement of responsibility area
Gordon Wyness and Jack Lee at Fort St. James sign
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- Graphic material
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Title statements of responsibility
Gordon Young Wyness
- Variations in title: Transcribed note on photograph verso: Sign at Fort St James, at entrance to Hudson Bay stores
- Variations in title: Original title provided in album: Ft. St. James entrance - J. Lee + Myself.
- Source of title proper: Title based on information provided on photograph verso.
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Dates of creation area
[Sept. or Oct. 1936] (Creation)
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1 photograph : b&w
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Scope and content
Photograph depicts (from left to right) Gordon Wyness and Jack Lee in front of the Fort St. James sign, which reads "First white settlement in British Columbia. Established by the North West Company in 1806 by Simon Fraser and John Stuart and taken over by the Hudson's Bay Company in 1821. - General Merchandise Visitors Welcome".
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Photograph has been digitized and is available in TIFF and JPEG format. The online access image has been edited for improved clarity. Both the edited master and the original master digital reproductions are available via a Northern BC Archives reproduction service request.
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