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Image No: NA-521-1

Title: St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Little Salmon, Yukon Territory.

Date: 1913

Remarks: On the roof are Reverend Cecil Swanson and John Wayne.The local Little Salmon people were wiped out in the 1918 influenza (flu) epidemic, and the mission was abandoned..

Subject(s): Little Salmon, Yukon - Churches / Little Salmon, Yukon - Personalities / Log cabins and buildings / Anglican Church - Buildings / Anglican Church - Clergy

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Image No: NA-521-2

Title: Building Anglican mission cabin, Yukon Territory.

Date: 1913

Remarks: L-R: George Walker, ex-Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer, trader for Taylor and Drury; Little Jimmy; Kiyin. The local Little Salmon people were wiped out in the 1918 influenza (flu) epidemic, and the mission was abandoned.

Subject(s): Little Salmon, Yukon - Personalities / Little Salmon, Yukon - Buildings / Log cabins and buildings / Anglican Church - Missions

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Image No: NA-521-3

Title: Building Anglican mission cabin, Yukon Territory.

Date: 1913

Remarks: Ridge poles and gables in place, gables were pegged in. The local Little Salmon people were wiped out in the 1918 influenza (flu) epidemic, and the mission was abandoned.

Subject(s): Little Salmon, Yukon - Buildings / Log cabins and buildings / Anglican Church - Missions

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Image No: NA-521-4

Title: Chinking logs of Anglican mission cabin, Yukon Territory.

Date: 1913

Remarks: Reverend Cecil Swanson standing in foreground and George Walker, left. The local Little Salmon people were wiped out in the 1918 influenza (flu) epidemic, and the mission was abandoned.

Subject(s): Little Salmon, Yukon - Personalities / Little Salmon, Yukon - Buildings / Anglican Church - Clergy / Anglican Church - Missions / Log cabins and buildings

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Image No: NA-521-5

Title: Anglican mission buildings, Little Salmon, Yukon Territory.

Date: 1913

Remarks: The house was 17 feet by 17 feet with a sod roof; the church and school was 28 feet by 18 feet with a shingled roof. The local Little Salmon people were wiped out in the 1918 influenza (flu) epidemic, and the mission was abandoned.

Subject(s): Sod houses / School buildings / Little Salmon, Yukon - Buildings / Anglican Church - Missions / Log cabins and buildings

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Image No: NA-521-6

Title: Anglican mission building, Little Salmon, Yukon Territory.

Date: [ca. 1913]

Remarks: Reverend Cecil Swanson in doorway. The local Little Salmon people were wiped out in the 1918 influenza (flu) epidemic, and the mission was abandoned.

Subject(s): Little Salmon, Yukon - Buildings / Anglican Church - Clergy / Anglican Church - Missions / Log cabins and buildings

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Image No: NA-521-9

Title: Taylor and Drury Company store and bar, Carmacks, Yukon Territory.

Date: 1913

Subject(s): Carmacks, Yukon - Commerce / Carmacks, Yukon - Buildings / Taylor and Drury Company, Carmacks, Yukon

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Image No: NA-521-14

Title: St. Peter's church, Erindale, Ontario.

Date: July 3, 1913

Remarks: Shows decorated main aisle. Scene of wedding of Archdeacon and Mrs. Cecil Swanson. After wedding, the Swansons moved to the Yukon Territory, Where Archdeacon Swanson, an Anglican priest, served in several communities between 1913 and 1918.

Subject(s): Anglican Church - Buildings / Weddings / Churches - Interiors / St. Paul's Church, Erindale, Ontario

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Image No: NA-521-15

Title: Archdeacon and Mrs. Cecil Swanson on their wedding day, Erindale, Ontario.

Date: July 3, 1913

Remarks: Mrs. Swanson, nee Enid Maye Schreiber of Port Credit, Ontario. After the wedding, the Swansons moved to the Yukon Territory, where Archdeacon Swanson, an Anglican priest, served in several comunities between 1913 and 1918. He was later rector of Metochasin, British Columbia, between 1918-1920; Christ church cathedral, 1920-1922; St. Augustine's, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1922-1932; St. Stephen's, Calgary, Alberta, 1940-1953. Archdeacon of Toronto East and rector, St. Paul's cathedral, Toronto, Ontario, 1953-1960.
Retired to Calgary, Alberta in 1960, given honourary doctorate, University of Calgary, 1972.

Subject(s): Anglican Church - Clergy / Wedding costume / Weddings / Erindale, Ontario - Personalities / Port Credit. Ontario - Personalities

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Image No: NA-521-16

Title: Mrs. Enid Maye Swanson, Muskoka region, Ontario.

Date: [ca. 1913]

Remarks: Mrs. Swanson, nee Enid Maye Schreiber of Port Credit, Ontario. Archdeacon Cecil Swanson and Mrs. Swanson were married in 1913 in Erindale, Ontario. They then moved to the Yukon Territory where Archdeacon Swanson served several communities between 1913 and 1918.

Subject(s): Women's clothing / Hats / Port Credit, Ontario - Personalities / Muskoka region, Ontario

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