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Vittrekwa, Enna
N-1984-004 · Accession · [194-?-197-?]

Records within this accession include six photographs of the Vittrekwa family, and includes people from Fort McPherson and Aklavik. These include Enna's parents William Vittrekwa and Mary Vittrekwa, as well as sister Catherine and brother-in-law Alfred Semple.

Vittrekwa, Enna
[Old Town, Yellowknife]
N-2017-007: 0021 · Item · [194-?]
Part of Pappas family film and photo collection

[A woman and man stand near a barber shop on The Rock in Old Town. The man rests his raised left leg on the bumper of a car. 1930's (More likely later as it's probably a 1942 Plymouth sedan)]

N-2011-001: 0001 · Item · [195-? - 196-?]
Part of Binder film collection

[Traveling by water in a wooden boat, likely on the Mackenzie River. View of water from a large metal boat or barge, likely the 'Reindeer'. View of dogs and a campsite from the water. View of the coastline or shoreline. Two men walking on a snow covered shoreline. View of the 'Reindeer' from alongside in the water. A herd of reindeer. Large group of men, women and children at a camp. Eating at a camp. Reindeer being herded into paddocks. Harvesting a reindeer. A group of reindeer in a paddock with canvas coats and eye masks. A duckling or baby water bird. View of a camp from the water. A woman pours liquid over blubber and whale meat is hanging on many racks. Two men harvesting a beluga whale. A siksik eating.] https://vimeo.com/911693082/f70c5ccb5f

J.I. Glick Personal Records
429-S07 · Series · [196-]-1972
Part of Glick family fonds

Records include J.I. Glick's personal correspondence, political correspondence and ephemera, and passports. Also included are recordings of radio programs on topics of interest to Glick, namely Northern issues and the Progressive Conservative party.

Glick, Jacob Isaac
[Children in a classroom]
N-2021-006: 0187 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, facing the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik, or possibly Aklavik.]

Colbourne, Maxine
[Children in a classroom]
N-2021-006: 0189 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, facing the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik, or possibly Aklavik.]

Colbourne, Maxine
N-2021-005: 0040A · Item · [196-]
Part of Glick family fonds

[This item is the first part of a two-part a recording of a nomination meeting for the Northwest Territories Progressive Conservative Party. A singer and guitarist from Inuvik (Michelko?) plays a song about the nomination and electoral process in the north.]

[Booklets and programmes]
N-2021-005: 16-6 · File · [196-?], 1970, 1974
Part of Glick family fonds

[File consists of a promotional booklet about Tuktoyaktuk (distributed by Polar Arc Managements Ltd.), a program for the 1970 Northern Games in Inuvik, a figure skating program for the 1970 Arctic Games, a hockey program for the 1970 Arctic Games, a program for "Eskimo Events" (Inuit games) held in March 1970 in Yellowknife, and a Liquor Price List booklet distributed by the Northwest Territories Liquor Control System (1970). Also included is a 1970 centennial calendar from Smilin' Johnnie and his Prairie Pals and an N.W.T. Driving Handbook distributed by the Department of Information (1974).]

[Children in a classroom]
N-2021-006: 0191 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, facing the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik.]

Colbourne, Maxine
[Children walking outside]
N-2021-006: 0192 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[Children walking outside. In the distance there is a large warehouse-type building and a truck. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's class of students in Inuvik or Aklavik. One child wears a shirt that says "Inuvik".]

Colbourne, Maxine
N-2021-005: 0038 · Item · [196-]
Part of Glick family fonds

[This item is a recording of an election meeting consisting of a debate between two candidates for Parliament. The theme of the debate was Liberalism vs. Conservatism. The first speaker speaks for 30 minutes, the second for 40 minutes, and then the first offers a 10 minute rebuttal. There is a discussion about future provincehood for the Northwest Territories, and Rheaume issues a challenge to Horton for a public debate.]

[Children in a classroom]
N-2021-006: 0188 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, doing schoolwork and facing away from the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik, or possibly Aklavik.]

Colbourne, Maxine
[Children in a classroom]
N-2021-006: 0190 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, facing the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik.]

Colbourne, Maxine
[Children walking outside]
N-2021-006: 0193 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[Children walking outside. In the distance there is a large warehouse-type building and a truck. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's class of students in Inuvik or Aklavik.]

Colbourne, Maxine
N-2021-005: 0040B · Item · [196-]
Part of Glick family fonds

[This item is the second part of a two-part a recording of a nomination meeting for the Northwest Territories Progressive Conservative Party. J.I. Glick invites the delegates back to the Gold Range Hotel for drinks and "a good time" after the meeting.]

[Boys chopping wood]
N-2021-006: 0182 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[A group of boys watch two boys chopping wood with axes. The boys are wearing leather jackets, jeans, and red and white hats. On the side are a tractor and boxes.]

Colbourne, Maxine
[Boys chopping wood]
N-2021-006: 0183 · Item · [196-?]
Part of Maxine Colbourne

[A group of boys watch two boys chopping wood with axes. The boys are wearing leather jackets, jeans, and red and white hats.]

Colbourne, Maxine