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J P Bertrand Collection
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A Glimpse of our Community Eighty Years Ago - booklet

"This booklet has been prepared for the Senior Grades to accompany an Education Week Radio Broadcast on the early history of Port Arthur. The historical information has been found in the files of the Thunder Bay Sentinel, 1875 to 1878, Prince Arthur Landing's first weekly newspaper published by Mr. Michael Hagen. It is hoped that time may be allowed for listeners to stud these pages before the time of the broadcast. It is suggested that listeners have this outline before them during the broadcast."

J P Bertrand Collection

  • Collection
  • 1878 - 1957

Consists of photographs of particularly mining development in Northwestern Ontario in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as the waterfront and shipping, local scenery, and notable figures. Also includes some correspondence; railway construction plans.

Local Historical Photographs

Photographs with some negatives and notes. Images include early mining including Silver Mountain Mining Camp; Port Arthur Waterfront and grain elevators; and local notables.

Local Pictures and Letters

Includes clippings and correspondence re: Thomas Marks from his son, George R. Marks; population data solicited from the New York Times; several photographs and photographic prints; and correspondence regarding donation of photographs to the Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society.

Newspaper Clippings

Newspaper clippings, 1940s, primarily related to population of various countries during the second world war, birth rates, and birth control.

Photographs

Photographs of various subjects including mining and hunting at the Lakehead in the late 19th century, other local events and significant persons, and Bertrand's travels in the area in the 1940s and 1950s.

Prints

Photographs of Bertrand's travels in Northwestern Ontario and Northern Minnesota, probably 1940s and 1950s. Includes Kakabeka Falls, the Port Arthur Waterfront, and several reproductions of unidentified older portrait photographs.

Most subjects are not identified in any way.

Photographic prints; negatives are also described as #13d.

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