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Image No: NA-3173-8

Title: Sub-Constable Richard Pentland, North-West Mounted Police.

Date: May 1875

Remarks: Served with North-West Mounted Police from 1875 to 1878.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Personalities

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Image No: NA-3173-9

Title: Constable Fred A. Bagley, North-West Mounted Police.

Date: [ca. 1880]

Remarks: Bugler on March West, at age 15.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Personalities / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Music

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Image No: NA-3173-12

Title: Group of North-West Mounted Police, with dogs.

Date: [ca. late 1880s]

Remarks: Possibly at Banff National Park, Alberta.
Front row L-R: Constable Allen; ---? Troup; Staff Sergeant Fred A. Bagley, Constable Eddrup.
Back row L-R: Constable Peckitt; Constable J.D. Duggan; Inspector Francis Harper; Constable Gregg; Constable Woolverton; Constable Noice.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Personalities / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Banff National Park, Alberta - Camps / Dogs

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Image No: NA-3173-17

Title: Cree, in camp, central Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1880s]

Remarks: Dancer standing second from right.

Subject(s): Cree - Clothing / Cree - Women / Cree - Dancers

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Image No: NA-3173-10

Title: Constable Fred A. Bagley, North-West Mounted Police, Battleford, Saskatchewan.

Date: 1884

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Personalities / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Dogs / Battleford, Saskatchewan - Personalities

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Image No: NA-3173-16

Title: Bugle band of Queen's Own Rifles of Toronto at Battleford, Saskatchewan.

Date: 1885

Remarks: Note chromatic attachments to bugles.
Back row L-R: G. Bruckshaw; J. Green; J. Woods; C. Ross; T. Ashlee; J. Brown; F. Elliott.
Front row L-R: ---? Brydon; W. Brydon; W. Smith; J. Davidson; Charles Swift, bugle major; J. Hill; G. Fraser; G. Brown.

Subject(s): Battleford, Saskatchewan - Personalities / Queen's Own Rifles, of Toronto / Canadian Army - Bands (Music ) / Musical instruments / Musicians / Bands - Music

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Image No: NA-3173-14

Title: Sergeants dining in North-West Mounted Police mess, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1889

Remarks: Posssibly in new mess, completed in September 1889.
Dining on rabbit pie.
L-R: Sergeants Forrester; C. A. Whitehead; Constable Blick; Staff Sergeant Sidebotham; Sergent Stillman; Staff Sergeant Fred A. Bagley.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Personalities / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Barracks and quarters / Calgary, Alberta - Buildings (Interiors) / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Dinners and dining

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Image No: NA-3173-11

Title: Staff Sergeant George Fraser, North-West Mounted Police, with "Old Buck", pony.

Date: [ca. 1890s]

Remarks: Pony, a buckskin mustang with black streak along back, acquired by Fred Bagley, North-West Mounted Police at Dufferin, Manitoba in 1874. Destroyed at age 32 in 1898.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Personalities / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Transportation / Ponies in transportation

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Image No: NA-3173-13

Title: North-West Mounted Police barracks, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1890s]

Remarks: Riding School on left.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Barracks and quarters / Regina, Saskatchewan - Views / Regina, Saskatchewan - Buildings

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Image No: NA-3173-15

Title: Cricket field, Fort Qu' Appelle, Saskatchewan.

Date: 1890

Remarks: Beside North-West Mounted Police barracks. Game in progress.

Subject(s): Fort Qu' Appelle, Saskatchewan - Views / Fort Qu' Appelle, Saskatchewan - Dwellings / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Barracks and quarters / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Amusements / Sports / Cricket

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