Found in 113 Collections and/or Records:
175 x 112 mm. Written on reverse '20m fr. Winnipeg (N) on the Red River.'
175 x 112 mm. 'The N. Gate of Old Fort Garry (now Winnipeg)' written on reverse.
180 x 230 mm. full length studio portrait.
180 x 225 mm. full length studio portrait.
240 x 170 mm.
Tinted postcards, published by the Canadian Immigration Authorities.
350 x 250 mm. The album caption identifies her as Mrs. Lowe, aged 63.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). On a farm in Manitoba.
An aerial view looking down on the University campus.
A view in the International Peace Garden showing the cairn celebrating 100 years of peace between Canada and the United States.
Electrical display during great storm at Winnipeg on night of 11th June 1910 - photo taken 11pm, 1910-06-11
245 x 195 mm. A time exposure registering several flashes of lightning, with the silhouette of a building in the foreground.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). 12 miles from Portage La Prarie [i.e. Prairie]
Showing a tractor and a harvester in a wheat field.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Portage La Prarie [i.e. Prairie].
Showing a fleet of small fishing boats leaving Gimli Harbour.
Showing the large modern mills of the Ogilvie Flour Company.
108 x 161 mm. Mounted. A view from the street showing the building the day after the fire covered with ice and icicles from the water used to fight the blaze.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Manitoba.
Showing golfers on a green, with a lake and spruce forests in the background.
Showing golfers on a green.
Showing a large modern grain elevator.
Group at Lower Fort Garry, Winnipeg with (Sir) Patrick Ashley Cooper, Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1932
240 x 128 mm.
240 x 185 mm. The names of those shown are written underneath.