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Image No: PA-3886-50-1

Title: Constable Sam Dykes at Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment, Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.

Date: [ca. 1919-1924]

Photographer/Illustrator: Clarke, C.H.

Remarks: Sled dog in the foreground.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Posts / Dogs / Snow

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Image No: PA-3886-50-2

Title: Hauling furs on dog sleds, Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.

Date: [ca. 1919-1924]

Photographer/Illustrator: Clarke, C.H.

Remarks: Hauling them to the Hudson's Bay Company ship, "Nigalik".

Subject(s): Cambridge Bay, Nunavut - Transportation / Fur trade / Sleighs and sledges

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Image No: PA-3886-50-3

Title: Drying white fox furs on the Hudson's Bay Company ship "Nigalik", Victoria Island, Nunavut.

Date: [ca. 1919-1924]

Photographer/Illustrator: Clarke, C.H.

Remarks: Annotated: "Just a few of the 'cats'."

Subject(s): Cambridge Bay, Nunavut - Transportation / Fur trade

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Image No: PA-3886-50-4

Title: Crew and white fox furs on the Hudson's Bay Company ship "Nigalik", Victoria Island, Nunavut.

Date: [ca. 1919-1924]

Photographer/Illustrator: Clarke, C.H.

Remarks: George Porter, Rudolph Johnson and Jock Christie.

Subject(s): Cambridge Bay, Nunavut - Transportation / Fur trade / Hudson's Bay Company - Employees

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Image No: PA-3886-50-5

Title: Inuit camp and Hudson's Bay Company ship, Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.

Date: [ca. 1919-1924]

Photographer/Illustrator: Clarke, C.H.

Remarks: Note hide tent, snowshoes and sleigh. In background is the HBC ship "Fort McPherson" in its winter quarters.

Subject(s): Cambridge Bay, Nunavut - Dwellings / Cambridge Bay, Nunavut - Transportation / Tents

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