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Image No: PA-3946-21-14

Title: Hotel Hazzard, Waterton Lake, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1920]

Photographer/Illustrator: Gagnon, Henri [?]

Remarks: Photograph taken from a summer Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment established in the park. Annotated on back: "Au cote oppose du camp - sur le meme 'flat' - les montagnes sont indistinctes, mais tu peux les voir - L'hotel! et le dance hall!"

Subject(s): Waterton Lakes, Alberta - Hotels / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Amusements

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Image No: PA-3946-21-15

Title: Summer Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment, camping at Waterton Lakes, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1920]

Photographer/Illustrator: Gagnon, Henri [?]

Remarks: Taken from the Hotel Hazzard. Annotated on back: "Le camp pres du verandah de l'hotel".

Subject(s): Waterton Lakes, Alberta - Police / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Camps / Tents / Rocky Mountains

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Image No: PA-3946-24-2

Title: Visit of John Philip Sousa to the Regina Fair, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Date: August 5, 1925

Remarks: L-R: Miss Moodie, soprano; "self"; John Philip Sousa; Miss Bamburn, Harpist, Ottawa girl; and Sergeant Griffin of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Subject(s): Regina, Saskatchewan - Amusements / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Musicians

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Image No: PA-3946-28-5

Title: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Quebec City, Quebec.

Date: May 1939

Photographer/Illustrator: Nakash, George

Remarks: Possibly taken May 18, 1939, when the Royal Train departed for Montreal. Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King is to the right of the Queen. Henri Gagnon of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is in uniform on the left. The photograph has been signed by the photographer.

Subject(s): Royal visits, 1939 / Hats / Quebec City, Quebec - Events / Prime Ministers of Canada

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Image No: PA-3946-28-1

Title: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, during visit to Canada.

Date: May 1939

Photographer/Illustrator: Grothe, P.E.

Remarks: Standing on the back of the Royal Train. The photograph has been signed by the photographer.

Subject(s): Royal visits, 1939 / Hats

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Image No: PA-3946-28-2

Title: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, during visit to Canada.

Date: May 1939

Photographer/Illustrator: Grothe, P.E.

Remarks: Standing on the back of the Royal Train. The photograph has been signed by the photographer.

Subject(s): Royal visits, 1939 / Hats

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Image No: PA-3946-28-3

Title: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, during visit to Canada.

Date: May 1939

Photographer/Illustrator: Grothe, P.E.

Remarks: Standing on the back of the Royal Train. The photograph has been signed by the photographer.

Subject(s): Royal visits, 1939 / Hats

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Image No: PA-3946-28-4

Title: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, during visit to Canada.

Date: May 1939

Photographer/Illustrator: Grothe, P.E.

Remarks: Standing on the back of the Royal Train. The photograph has been signed by the photographer.

Subject(s): Royal visits, 1939 / Hats

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Image No: PA-3946-21-4

Title: Royal Canadian Mounted Police barracks, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Date: November 14, 1943

Photographer/Illustrator: Gagnon, Henri

Remarks: Annotated on the back: "Prince Albert Barracks 14-11-43. Same as in 1900". Henri Gagnon lived at the baracks as a child.

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

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Image No: PA-3946-21-6

Title: House at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police barracks, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Date: November 14, 1943

Photographer/Illustrator: Gagnon, Henri

Remarks: Annotated on the back: "Our quarters at Prince Albert up to August 1900. Just as they they were then no change". Henri Gagnon lived at the baracks as a child.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Barracks and quarters / Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - Dwellings

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