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Aerial photograph of Leaf Bay

Item is a photographic slide depicting a bay, which may be called Leaf Bay. The photograph was taken from and airplane somewhere in Northern Quebec.

Aerial photograph of Montreal

Item is a photographic slide taken from an airplane while flying over Montreal. Ile Notre-Dame and Ile Sainte-Helene in the St. Lawrence River are visible. The photograph is crooked.

Aerial photograph of a small town

Item is a photographic slide depicting an unidentified small town somewhere in northern Quebec. The photograph was taken from an airplane.

Double exposure photograph of a graveyard

Item is a double exposure photograph of three tombstones. One of the tombstones belongs to Lewis Gibbens, the youngest son of James and Harriot McNab. The graveyard is probably located on McNab's Island. The second exposure shows some kind of...

Double exposure photograph of two men at a quarry

Item is a double exposure photograph of two men standing at a quarry or some other industrial site. There is a pipe on the ground next to them and water shooting from another pipe behind them. The second exposure shows gravel or some other rock fo...

McNab & Lawlor Islands : Sketch "B" : [map]

Item is a map of McNab's Island and Lawlor Island in the Halifax Harbour. The map is photocopied with some details that were possibly penciled in. The map shows which areas of the islands are owned by the Navy or are privately owned.

McNab's Island : [map]

Item is a photocopied map of McNab's Island. The map has been coloured with coloured pencils to indicate different regions of the island. The map also includes several handwritten annotations about the history of the island. There are more no...

Photograph of Balakrishnan the elephant

Item is a photograph of an elephant named Balakrishnan standing on a pile of straw by some trees. The elephant was brought to East River, Nova Scotia by the Anil Canada Ltd. hardboard plant.

Photograph of Barbara Hinds and Kangnanginak's wife

Item is a photographic slide depicting Barbara Hinds reclining with her eyes closed next to a woman identified as Kangnanginak's wife. The photograph was taken in Cape Dorset, Northwest Territories (now Nunavut).

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