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Image No: PA-3946-2-1

Title: North-West Mounted Police group, Fort Walsh, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1874-1884]

Remarks: Severe Gagnon is in the centre of the front row, reclining on the ground. Annotated on front: "Non Coms, N.W.M.P. Fort Walsh".

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

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Image No: PA-3946-2-5

Title: Portrait of Severe Gagnon of the North-West Mounted Police.

Date: [ca. 1874-1884]

Photographer/Illustrator: Archambault, Montreal, Quebec.

Remarks: He served with the Mounted Police from 1874 to 1900.

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

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Image No: PA-3946-2-4

Title: Portrait of Severe Gagnon of the North-West Mounted Police.

Date: [ca. 1874-1884]

Photographer/Illustrator: Archambault, Montreal, Quebec.

Remarks: He served with the Mounted Police from 1874 to 1900.

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

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Image No: PA-3946-6-2

Title: North-West Mounted Police at the barracks, Banff, Alberta.

Date: 1888

Remarks: Mounties and their horses with Tunnel Mountain the background.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms / Log cabins and buildings

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Image No: PA-3946-6-3

Title: North-West Mounted Police band at Banff, Alberta.

Date: 1888

Remarks: W.L. Matthews, manager of the Canadian Pacific Railway hotel, is in the window. Similar view to NA-673-12.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Amusements / Bands (Music) / Banff, Alberta - Hotels

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Image No: PA-3946-5-2

Title: Quarters of the Officer Commanding, Depot Division, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1890]

Photographer/Illustrator: Steele and Wing's, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Remarks: Superintendent Severe Gagnon, Officer Commanding of the North-West Mounted Police, stands in the gate with his wife Emma Royal Gagnon.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Barracks and quarters / Horses in transportation

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Image No: PA-3946-5-6

Title: North-West Mounted Police barracks, "A" Division, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1890s]

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

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Image No: PA-3946-3-2

Title: Henri Gagnon in living room of the Gagnon home, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1897]

Remarks: Henri was the son of Severe Gagnon of the North-West Mounted Police, and his wife Emma. Note doll held by Henri, photographs on wall and tea cups on the small table.

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

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Image No: PB-990-1

Title: Detachment of North-West Mounted Police sent to Queen Victoria's Jubilee, Citadel, Quebec City, Quebec.

Date: 1897

Photographer/Illustrator: The Wood Studio, Ottawa, Ontario

Remarks: Annotated on back: "Insp. Gagnon" [Inspector Severe Gagnon]. Gagnon may be at the far left.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms

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Image No: PA-3946-4-3

Title: North-West Mounted Police Christmas card, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Date: 1899

Remarks: Composite of 21 photos of "F" Division and its activities.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Christmas / Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - Police

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