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CA EDM MS-156-EB-12-23 · Item · 1901
Part of Samuel and Archibald Dickson fonds

A view of a group of Indigenous men trekking along the shore of the Athabasca River, tracking the progress of Hudson's Bay Company fur boats in the river. An inscription on the front of the photograph reads: "Indians tracking the H.B.Co's fur boats up the rapids on Athabasca River, from Fort McMurry [sic] to Grand Rapids, 87 miles is almost one continuous rapid".

Inuk woman
CA EDM MS-156-EB-12 · Item · 1901
Part of Samuel and Archibald Dickson fonds

A portrait of an Inuk woman dressed in traditional clothing and standing outside a teepee.
Same as EB-12 (cover photo) and similar to EB-12-2

CA EDM MS-156 · Fonds · 1938 - 1982

This fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, and reports relating to the historical interests of Samuel Archibald Dickson, particularly his involvement in the campaign to restore/replicate Fort Edmonton in association with the Northern Alberta Pioneers and Old Timers Association (for which he also served as legal counsel), the Historical Society of Alberta, the Edmonton Museum Committee and the Edmonton Archives and Landmarks Committee. Also includes documentation regarding Samuel's appointment as commissioner to investigate political partisanship by government employees.

The photographs include Indigenous men, women and children as well as some scenes of Edmonton such as the official opening of Fort Edmonton Park in 1967, minstrel shows ca. 1921 and the demolition of the Tegler building in 1982.

This fonds also contains material related to the Rotary Club of Edmonton. Such material includes correspondence, histories, financial reports, membership information, and events.

Dickson, Samuel Archibald
Trading With the Esquimaux
CA EDM MS-156-EB-12-4 · Item · 1901
Part of Samuel and Archibald Dickson fonds

An Inuk family standing with a Caucasian trader in front of their teepee. A printed inscription on the front of the photograph reads: "observe the stone ornaments the man has in his lips, they are inserted from the inside, a shoulder preventing it from coming all the way through".