File MS-2-130, Box 8, Folder 12 - Photographs from Fort Chimo, Quebec and other locations

Photograph of George Koneak playing cat's cradle in Fort Chimo, Quebec Portrait of a young man in Fort Chimo, Quebec Portrait of George Koneak in Fort Chimo, Quebec Portrait of Elijah Johanisee in Fort Chimo, Quebec Portrait of Jean-Mari Girard in Wakeham Bay, Quebec Portrait of Martha Koneak in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of Pierre Brazeau and Elijah Johanisee in Fort Chimo, Quebec Portrait of Minnie Manna wearing a tartan shawl in Fort Chimo, Quebec Portrait of Jeannie Snowball in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of Charlie Saunders, Johnnie Berthé, and a third unidentified man in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of a woman carrying pieces of a packing case with a harness in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of a man working with a vice in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of five men digging into the permafrost in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of Jimmy Koneak and his wife with an accordion Photograph of the construction of the Quebec Provincial School in Fort Chimo, Quebec Portrait of Alicie Berthé in Fort Chimo, Quebec Portrait of two young women with curled hair in Sugluk, Quebec Photograph of Doreen and Collingwood Wynne moving a box at Wakeham Bay, Quebec Photograph of a man carving soapstone with a saw in Povungnituk, Quebec Photograph of several people waiting outside of the Anglican church in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of Ningiok standing by an airplane at Wakeham Bay, Quebec Photograph of a crate being loaded onto a truck with a crane Photograph of a man looking through a telescope Photograph of a man looking through a telescope Photographs of five boys standing together in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of Bill Walker hammering a nail Photograph of the tundra in northern Quebec Photograph of six children playing on monkey bars in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of a man in a light-coloured parka with several dogs on the tundra in Povungnituk, Quebec Photograph of abandoned RCMP dog pens in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of three people building a house during a sand storm Photographs of an A-frame house under contruction in Sugluk, Quebec Photograph of a man feeding dogs in Povungnituk, Quebec Portrait of a man smoking a pipe at Wakeham Bay, Quebec Photograph of Josephee Ananak and a second unidentified man Photograph of Ningiok feeding his dogs in Wakeham Bay, Quebec Portrait of Brother Jean in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of a team of men removing a boulder from a path in Wakeham Bay, Quebec Photograph of Noah climbing a tree in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of an abandoned shack in Sugluk, Quebec Photograph of huskies chained outside Photograph of a Christian Inuit graveyard in Wakeham Bay, Quebec Photograph of a man with one eye ringing the bell at an Anglican church Photograph of a man using a drill while refitting the "Joan Ryan" Photograph of Luke Dumas, Jacques Dumas, and George Koneak talking together Photograph of Alicie Berthé with a dead seal at her family's store house near the Koksoak River Photograph of Alicie Berthé hammering a nail into her house Photograph of Bertrand Berthelot at the construction of the provincial school in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of a man holding a sledgehammer in Fort Chimo, Quebec Photograph of children building a playhouse in Fort Chimo, Quebec

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Photographs from Fort Chimo, Quebec and other locations

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MS-2-130, Box 8, Folder 12

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  • [1965] (Creation)

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53 photographs : b&w ; 19 x 22 cm and smaller - 22 photographs : b&w contact sheets ; 60 mm - 2 p. of textual records ; 22 x 28 cm

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(1924-2014)

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Accession 2009-003

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File contains prints and proofs of photographs taken during a trip to northern Quebec taken by Barbara Hinds in 1965. The photographs were taken in Fort Chimo, Wakeham Bay, Sugluk, and Povungnituk. The photographs include portraits, people at work, children playing, buildings, and scenery.

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Prints of some of the photographs from the proof sheets can be found in MS-2-130, Box 8, Folders 6-10. Proofs of some of the prints are located in MS-2-130, Box 16, Folder 4. Negatives of most of the prints are located in MS-2-130, Box 8, Folder 14.

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The proof sheets have typed descriptions of the photographs taped to them. The file also includes a typed list of descriptions of the photographs, which are numbered.

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  • Box: MS-2-130, Box 8