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An image of "Students and boys hauling logs from the country with reindeer" found in this collection


Record No: mha00000542
Title: International Grenfell Association Lantern Slides Collection
Dates: ca. 1900-1920
Location: PF-323 MHA
Provenance: Unknown
Extent: 59 lantern slides
Source of Supplied Title: Supplied title based on the subject matter of the collection
Restrictions: No restrictions.
Adm. Hist/Bio. Sketch: The photographer and/or owner of the lantern slides is unknown. Many of the slides are numbered sequentially and were probably used as part of a slide show for the Grenfell Mission's fundraising efforts.
Scope and Content: The collection includes 23 hand-coloured and 36 black and white lantern slides, mostly of the northern peninsula in Newfoundland, Labrador and of Quebec. The images show Dr. Grenfell's work in St. Anthony and Conche in Newfoundland, Battle Harbour and Indian Harbour in Labrador and Harrington Harbour in Quebec. All of the images have been described at the item level on the MHA photograph catalogue.
Terms Governing Use: Copyright expired.
Custodial History: Donated to the MHA by John Connors, Saint John, New Brunswick in January, 1998. His father had bought them at an auction more than fifty years earlier.
Finding Aids: See MHA Photograph Catalogue
Subject: Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, Sir 1865-1940
Subject: Strathcona (Schooner)
Subject: Grenfell Labrador Medical Mission
Subject: Missions, Medical--Newfoundland and Labrador
Subject: Sled dogs
Subject: Hospitals--Newfoundland and Labrador
Subject: Inuit
Subject: Icebergs
Subject: Reindeer
Subject: Sealing ships
Subject: Schooners
Subject: Whaling
Subject: Salted fish
Subject: St. Anthony (N.L.)
Subject: Conche (N.L.)
Subject: Indian Harbour (Labrador)
Subject: Harrington Harbour (Quebec)
Subject: Photographs.
Online Material: http://collections.mun.ca/cdm4/description.php?id=7


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