Fonds contains the personal papers, photographs and sound recordings of Barbara Hinds. The personal papers primarily comprise research material, article drafts, and newspaper clippings related to Hinds' journalism career, but also correspondence, research notes, diaries, maps and manuscripts. Sound recordings were largely created during Hinds' travels in the Canadian Arctic and include several interviews. Photographs include prints, slides, negatives and proof sheets, and were mostly taken in the Canadian Arctic, but also include research and personal photographs.
File contains a diary kept by Barbara Hinds from September 6, 1965 to an unknown date. The diary is written in a small, six-ring binder with a plastic cover. The diary was kept by Hinds during a trip to Fort Chimo and other places in the eastern Arctic.
File contains a diary kept by Barbara Hinds from August 24, 1965 to September 5, 1965. The diary is written in a small, six-ring binder with a plastic cover. There are a few extra sheet of paper with notes written on them tucked into the back of the diary. The diary records one of Hinds' trips to Fort Chimo and other places in the eastern Arctic.
File contains negatives of photographs taken during a trip taken by Barbara Hinds to northern Quebec in September of 1965. The photographs were taken in Fort Chimo, Povungnituk, Sugluk, and Wakeham Bay. Most of the photographs are of people from these towns. The photographs also show churches, houses, other buildings, construction sites, cars, and boats.
Item is a photograph of Alicie Berthé bending down to pick up a dead seal that is sitting in front of her store house. The store house is wooden with shingles attached over the edge of the roof. The photograph was taken near the Koksoak River in Fort Chimo, Quebec.
Item is a photograph of Bertrand Berthelot, the carpenter in chief at the construction of the provincial school in Fort Chimo, Quebec. Berthelot is standing with his hands on his hips in the frame of the unfinished building.
Item is a photograph of Charlie Saunders and Canon James Clarke standing together in Fort Chimo, Quebec. Saunders is the president of the local council and Clarke is from the Anglican Church. Saunders is wearing a crocheted toque with a tassel.
Item is a photograph of a blind man named Jimmy Koneak who is sitting in front of his house in Fort Chimo, Quebec. His wife is standing next to him and he is holding an accordion. A child is looking through the window behind them.