Includes Crown Grocery, Universal Distributors, Peters Barber Shop, Edmonton Steam Baths, Arctic Ice, Palace Gardens Dance Hall (Danceland), trolley bus, NADP milk delivery wagon and the "Whistler" man on Jasper Avenue. See MS-152 f. 1 for accompanying notes.
The fonds consists of Edward Bell’s account of becoming a teacher and then principal of Bennett School, including teaching in the school’s temporary accommodations on the second floor of a house in 1912 while awaiting construction of the school building. The Bennett School moved into their new building on Gallagher flats in the spring of 1913. The photograph is of the temporary classroom that was used before the Bennett School building was opened.
A view of two men seated in kayaks on water; each holds a paddle. A printed inscription on the front of the photo reads: "The kayak is made of seal skin, and is about 16 feet long with only sufficient room for one man".
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".
A view of a group of Indigenous men portaging a scow on the Slave River. An inscription on front of the photograph reads: "Goods and boats are portaged four times in 25 miles on account of the rapids on Slave River".