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The Official Party

Police Headquarters Building - Opening Day.
Leave the main lobby to tour the building.
From a photo album presented to His Worship Mayor E.E. Roper by Chief Constable M.F.E. Anthony, to Commemorate the Official Opening of the Police Headquarters Building, Edmonton, Alberta.

The Identification Offices

Police Headquarters Building - Opening Day.
Are shown to a group of visitors by Sgt. J. Bradley.
From a photo album presented to His Worship Mayor E.E. Roper by Chief Constable M.F.E. Anthony, to Commemorate the Official Opening of the Police Headquarters Building, Edmonton, Alberta.

Deputy Chief F.E. Sloane

Police Headquarters Building - Opening Day.
Shows a party through the garage.
From a photo album presented to His Worship Mayor E.E. Roper by Chief Constable M.F.E. Anthony, to Commemorate the Official Opening of the Police Headquarters Building, Edmonton, Alberta.

The Noble Red-Man

Portrait of an Indigenous man wearing a fur sash, hat with feather, and holding [bird] feathers in his hand.

A.G.T. Ladies Basketball Team

Likely Gertrude (Doughty) Lake and/or her sister Bessie Doughty are in the photo. Gertrude and Bessie were both telephone operators for Alberta Government Telephones (A.G.T.) beginning in the early 1920's.

Inuk woman

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

Esquimaux in Their Kayaks

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".

Trading With the Esquimaux

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".

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