"Cl. P.A." Corresponding with PRPC0596, a soft paper card with the French translation: "The oldest Eskimo couple…The husband."Mackenzie Delta, Canada.
Public Service Announcement on AIDS Prevention, produced by the Canadian Public Health Assocation.
Canadian Public Health Association
Oblate missionaries with dogs, dressed for travel in their northern mission.Mackenzie Delta, Canada.
A directory of all members and affiliates of the Winnipeg chapter of the Rotary Club. The book is bound and "Roster" printed on the cover.
Oblate missionaries using dogs to travel on their mission circuit.Northern Canada.
Native woman and five children wearing the clothes of the style of the southern white population, and an adult male in traditional clothing.Mackenzie Delta, Canada.
The matching half of PRPC0594, a soft paper clipping with a French translation: "…known by Missionaries. The wife Cl. P.A."Mackenzie Delta, Canada.
Photo postcard of Oblate missionaries in northern Canada.Canada.
"Eskimos of Mackenzie River, Canada" Native Canadians in a combination of traditional and southern style clothing, with dogs and tent structures.
"Amasa Wood Hospital, St. Thomas, Ont., Canada"