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- CA DHM 1978.14-71
Photograph of a group of unidentified indigenous women at the Brandon Fair. A Brandon Sun articles from the time of the fair suggests that they may be Sioux or Dakota.
Clark J. Smith Studio
- CA DHM 1978.14-129
Photograph of a group of men and women at the 1905 Brandon Tennis Club Tea at 14th Street & Louise Avenue, Brandon.
Pictured: Back row standing left to right: Dr. Harcourt, ?, G.B. Coleman, Alford Birch, Henry Meredith, Mrs. J.B. Noble, Mr. Love. 3rd Row: -----, Mrs John Hanbury, Mrs. F.H. Hesson, -----, I.A. Robinson, Lily Barclay, Mrs. P.C. Mitchell, -----, Mrs. E.J. Barclay, Mrs. Arthur Rea, Mrs. Andrew Kelly, Mrs. Robert, Darrah. 2nd Row: Reg Coleman, Ed Robinson, Mary Cottingham, Marion McDonald, Mrs. J.B. Fleming, Mrs. Thos. Lee, Mrs. J.B. Whitehead, Mrs. (Dr.) Fraser, Mrs. Wilson Bell, Mrs. Bradshaw Fullard, Mrs. Latimer, Mrs. F.J. Clark, Mrs. T.D. Cumberland, Mrs. Wm Ferguson, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. J.N. Kirchoffer. Front row: Ann Cottingham, Mrs. G.B. Coleman, Mrs. H.W.O. Boger, Molly Cumberland, Cosy Lee, Molly Darrah, Bell Christie, Eileen Fullard, Nellie Cain, Mrs. Carmichal, Katie Darrah, Mrs. P.B. RAmsay, Mary Fullard, Daisy Ramsay.
- CA UMASC Mss 331, Pc 301, Tc 157, El 26, Mc 36, A.10-38; A.10-38.1
This fonds consists of material on the aboriginal history, culture, education, health, housing, and politics. Walter Rudnicki was an active participant in many of the subjects collected by him in the course of his life. In the most cases, this material is organized into themes and contains correspondence, government documents, reports, press releases, newspaper clippings, and documents of many aboriginal organizations and their leaders.
Rudnicki, Walter, 1925-2010
- CA DHM 1978.14-31
- May 1, 1891
Photograph of a train carrying settlers from South Dakota. The train is stopped with people standing on top and in front. Bound for the Canadian North-West, this CPR train arrived in Winnipeg on May 1st, 1891. The following messages were written on the sides of the train: "Good-bye South Dakota. Bound for the Canadian North-West. Free land. Plenty of timber. Pure water. No more 2 bushels per acre. No more opaline fuel. No more 5 mile water haul. No more grinding machine agents. Hurrah for Canada."