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Image No: S-227-42

Title: Skagway Trail views, Alaska.

Date: [ca. 1897-1898]

Photographer/Illustrator: Hegg, E.A., Dawson City, Yukon

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon. From the black and white image in E.A. Hegg's Souvenir of Alaska and Yukon Territory (published 1900), page 5.

Subject(s): Horses in transportation / Klondike gold rush, 1897-1902

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Image No: S-227-3

Title: Tent inspection at miltary camp at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon.

Subject(s): Camps and camping / Tents

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Image No: S-227-4

Title: Kilties [men in kilts] on review at military camp at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon.

Subject(s): Camps and camping / Scots in Canada

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Image No: S-227-5

Title: RSM Norm Boyd and RQSM John Dikson, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon.

Subject(s): Scots in Canada

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Image No: S-227-6

Title: Breaking up of military camp at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon.

Subject(s): Camps and camping / Tents

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Image No: S-227-7

Title: Family with cattle, wagon and partially-built log house, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon. Annotated: "Homesteading out in Alberta."

Subject(s): Log cabins and buildings / Horses

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Image No: S-227-10

Title: Vancouver Harbour on the Pacific Coast, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon.

Subject(s): Vancouver, British Columbia - Views

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Image No: S-227-11

Title: Men on horseback by tall trees, Pacific Coast, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon.

Subject(s): Horses in transportation / Trees

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Image No: S-227-12

Title: Lumberjacks cutting down a giant tree, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon.

Subject(s): Trees / Lumber industry / Logging

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Image No: S-227-13

Title: Wagon driving through trunk of giant tree, Stanley Park, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1898-1906]

Remarks: Part of collection of hand-tinted lantern slides owned by Constable William Hayward, who served with the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon.

Subject(s): Vancouver, British Columbia - Parks / Trees

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