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Cape Dorset Plants

Photograph depicts flowers blooming near Cape Dorset. Soper spent a spring and summer conducting zoological and geographical investigations in the Foxe Peninsula region for the Victoria Memorial (later National) Museum of Ottawa.

Elik River Camp

Photograph depicts a view of Dewey Soper cooking supper at his camp along side the Elik River; a tent is in the background. Soper spent a spring and summer conducting zoological and geographical investigations in the Foxe Peninsula region for the Victoria Memorial (later National) Museum of Ottawa.

Port Burwell Scene

Photograph depicts a view of the buildings of the Hudons's Bay Company Post and Canadian Mounted Police situated at the end of a narrow bay at Port Burwell. After spending a spring and summer exploring in the Foxe Peninsula region of Baffin Island, Soper returned to Amadjuak Bay where he boarded a steamer to begin his return journey to Ottawa. Port Burwell was the second stop on the steamer (S.S. Nascopie) itinerary.

Edmonton Area Birds

Photograph depicts a nest and eggs of the Canvasback at a slough near Edmonton. Soper moved from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, in 1912, and he began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Mammals

Photograph depicts a red squirrel's "midden pile" of processed spruce cones; an attached album label provides further detail. Soper moved from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, in 1912, and began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Mammals

Photograph depicts a woodchuck foraging in open grassland near woodlands. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

[Preston Area, Ontario] Birds

Photograph depicts a Chipping Sparrow feeding its young. Soper spent time investigating and cataloguing birds and wildlife in Ontario (Wellington and Waterloo Counties).

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Birds

Photograph depicts a nest and eggs of a Holbell's Grebe in a slough in the Edmonton area. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and cataloguing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Preston Area Mammals

Photograph depicts a Cottontail rabbit on the farm near Preston, Ontario. Soper spent time investigating and cataloguing birds and wildlife in Ontario (Wellington and Waterloo Counties).

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Mammals

Photograph depicts a Bonaparte's Weasel in winter pelage near Whitemud Creek, Edmonton. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

[Edmonton, Alberta] Area, Mammals

Photograph depicts a skunk walking through leaf-covered ground. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and photograhing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Mammals

Photograph depicts a Richardson Ground Squirrel standing on an earth mound at the entrance to its' burrow. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Landscape

Photograph depicts a small balsam poplar tree felled by beavers along a stream southwest of Edmonton. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and photographing the wildlife in Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Inuit Summer Encampment, Lake Harbour Area

Photograph depicts an Inuit summer encampment in the vicinity of Lake Harbour; tents and a rocky landscape are visisble. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Wood Buffalo Park Investigation Camp

Photograph depicts the camp of J. D. Soper and party who were conducting an investigation of the flora and fauna in Wood Buffalo Park; an individual standing outside a tent pitched along-side the river is visible. Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct these investigations in the Park.

Copp Creek Scene, Wood Buffalo Park

Photograph depicts a view of the mouth of Copp Creek at Buffalo Lake. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct geographical and zoological investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Rapids on Boundary Creek

Photograph depicts rapids on Boundary Creek about three miles from its mouth at Buffalo Lake. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct geographical and biological investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Canoe on Banks of Buffalo River, Wood Buffalo Park

Photograph depicts a scene on Buffalo River below Boundary Creek; the Soper party is pulling their canoe to the bank so they can "halt for noonday mugup of tea, bannock, and a smoke". Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Young Bald Eagle at Big Buffalo River

Photograph depicts a young bald eagle photographed near the nesting tree at the mouth of Bg Buffalo River. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Slave River Scene

Photograph depicts a view of the Slave River a few miles north of Fort Smith. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in the Wood Buffalo Park region.

Wood Buffalo Park Region Portage

Photograph depicts J. D. Soper standing on the crossing along the portage trail from Lobstick Creek to Salt River, N.W.T.; a freighter canoe is loaded on to a horse-drawn wagon. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in the Wood Buffalo Park region.

Cabins at Government Hay Camp, Slave River

Photograph depicts old cabins at Government Hay Camp, Slave River. The Soper family lived in a cabin at the Hay camp from 1932-1934 while Dewey Soper conducted biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Fire Lookout Tower at Pine Lake, Wood Buffalo Park

Photograph depicts the fire lookout tower at Pine Lake, Wood Buffalo Park, one quarter of a mile north-northwest of Cabin Number 12. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in the Park.

Slave River Government Bay Camp Granary and Barn

Photograph depicts the granary and barn at Government Bay Camp, Slave River. The Soper's lived in a cabin at this camp during Dewey Soper's two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Peace River Scene

Photograph depicts a view of Peace River from the west side three miles northeast of Jackfish River, taken while Dewey Soper was on a reconnaissance flight over part of Wood Buffalo Park. Two canoes are beached on the bank of the Peace River. Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in the Park.

Warden Cabin at Rocky Point, Peace River

Photograph depicts Warden cabin No. 5 at Rocky Point, Peace River. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Government of National Defence Airplane

Photograph depicts a view of the Government of National Defence airplane at Slave River. Dewey Soper flew in the plane on a reconnaissance trip over part of Wood Buffalo Park. He had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in the Park.

Lunch on a Winter Trail Hike

Photograph depicts Carrie and Roland Soper having a lunch break while on a winter trail hike. The Soper family lived in a cabin at Government Hay Camp from 1932-1934 while Dewey Soper was conducting biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Soper, J. Dewey

Wood Buffalo Park Cabin Number 3

Photograph depicts Wood Buffalo Park Cabin Number 3 at Point Providence. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Peace River Scene

Photograph depicts a scene along the Peace River in Wood Buffalo Park; a boat and canoe are visible beached on the river bank. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Lake Harbour Landscape

Photograph from a paper negative depicts the hills surrounding Lake Harbour in winter. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the Lake Harbour and Hudson Strait coastal regions.

Soper Residence in Lake Harbour

Photograph depicts a corner of the Soper's living room in their residence in the scientific research station at Lake Harbour. A hand-crank phonograph cabinet, rock mounted ptarmigan, bouquet of wild flowers and wall pictures are visible. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Soper Residence at Lake Harbour

Photograph depicts a view of a corner of the Soper's living room in their residence in the scientific research station at Lake Harbour. Wall pictures and a corner table with a picture and vase of flowers is visible. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Mackellar Bay Terrain

Photograph depicts a view of the rocky and heavily glaciated coastal terrain near Mackellar Bay. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Pleasant Inlet Landscape

Photograph depicts the rocky hills near the head of Pleasant Inlet, southwest of Lake Harbour. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Soper River Valley Scene

Photograph depicts a view of the Soper River valley; an attached album label explains that the valley is over 1000 feet in depth and the stream 'tortuous and relatively swift'. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Soper River Valley Scene

Photograph depicts a view of the Soper River Valley in the vicinity of Willow River about 21 airline miles north of Lake Harbour; an attached album label provides further detail. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Soper River Survey

Photograph depicts a view along the Soper River near the mouth of Livingstone River where the current is swift. The survey team of Soper, Moosa and Mutuse, exploring the Soper River, needed to portage this part of the river. A sandy terrace on the far side of the river is visible, as well as the canoe and an individual sorting supplies. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Soper River Survey

Photograph depicts a view of the Soper River a short distance below the mouth of the Livingstone River; the old river terrace is visible in distance. An attached album label provides further detail. Soper and his two Inuit assistants, Moosa and Mutuse, were surveying the Soper River north of Lake Harbour. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Soper River Survey

Photograph depicts a view of the Soper River Valley looking northeastward to the Cascade River from a height of approximately 1500 feet; the entire granite region is heavily glaciated. Soper and his two Inuit assistants, Moosa and Mutuse, were surveying the Soper River north of Lake Harbour. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Pleasant Inlet Scene

Photograph depicts a scene near the entrance to Pleasant Inlet directly north of High Bluff Island. Soper and his two Inuit assistants, Moosa and Mutuse, were on an exploratory survey along the coast southwest of Lake Harbour to try and understand the early withdrawal of ice in the region. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

McKellar Bay Scene

Photograph depicts a view of a river that enters the eastern extremity of McKellar Bay; the river is very turbulent and an attached album label explains that the river is unnavigable by canoe in the summer and can only be properly surveyed on the ground during the winter. Soper and his two Inuit assistants were completing an exploratory survey of the coast southeast of Lake Harbour. The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract.

Female Rock Ptarmigan in natural habitat on Baffin Island.

Female Rock Ptarmigan near camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Female Rock Ptarmigan on nest in western Baffin Island.

Female Rock Ptarmigan on nest.The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Bivouac near camp Kungovik on Baffin Island.

Bivouac near camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and eggs of Sabine's Gull on Baffin Island.

Sabine's Gull nest and eggs. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Blue Goose nesting area, Baffin Island.

Nesting area of the Blue Goose. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. A well regarded zoological find, in 1957 Ottawa created the Dewey Soper Bird Sanctuary in his honor.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and eggs of the Blue Goose

Nest and eggs of the Blue Goose. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. A well regarded zoological find, in 1957 Ottawa created the Dewey Soper Bird Sanctuary on Baffin Island in his honor.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and eggs of Blue Goose in natural surroundings, Baffin Island.

Nest and eggs of the Blue Goose. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. A well regarded zoological find, in 1957 Ottawa created the Dewey Soper Bird Sanctuary on Baffin Island in his honor.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and eggs of Blue Goose in natural surroundings, Baffin Island.

Nest and eggs of the Blue Goose. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. A well regarded zoological find, in 1957 Ottawa created the Dewey Soper Bird Sanctuary on Baffin Island in his honor.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and egg of Blue Goose in natural surroundings, Baffin Island.

Nest and eggs of the Blue Goose. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. A well regarded zoological find, in 1957 Ottawa created the Dewey Soper Bird Sanctuary on Baffin Island in his honor.

Soper, J. Dewey

Meeting area of Blue Goose, Baffin Island.

Meeting area of Blue Goose.The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. A well regarded zoological find, in 1957 Ottawa created the Dewey Soper Bird Sanctuary on Baffin Island in his honor.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and eggs of Lesser Snow Goose on Baffin Island.

Nest and eggs of the Lesser Snow Goose. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. A well regarded zoological find, in 1957 Ottawa created the Dewey Soper Bird Sanctuary on Baffin Island in his honor.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and eggs of King Eider, Western Baffin Island.

Nest and eggs of King Eider. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also made topographical, and agricultural observations for the Department of Agriculture and Topigraphical Survey and reported on the living conditions of local native communities.

Soper, J. Dewey

Femal King Eider on nest, Baffin Island.

Female King Eider on nest. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also made topographical, and agricultural observations for the Department of Agriculture and Topigraphical Survey and reported on the living conditions of local native communities.

Soper, J. Dewey

Female King Eider in natural surroundings on Baffin Island.

Female King Eider. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also made topographical, and agricultural observations for the Department of Agriculture and Topigraphical Survey and reported on the living conditions of local native communities.

Soper, J. Dewey

Ringed Seal at Pangnirtung

Photograph depicts a view of a ringed seal shot at Pangnirtung. J. Dewey Soper was conducting a two-year exploratory expedition of Baffin Island sponsored by the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa.

Oangnirtung R.C.M.P. Detachment

Photograph depicts a rear view of the Pangnirtung R.C.M.P. Detachment, looking westwardly in early winter. J. Dewey Soper was conducting a two-year exploratory expedition of Baffin Island sponsored by the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa.

The Lady Borden Boat in her Winter Berth

Photograph depicts a view of the boat, The Lady Borden, safely in her winter berth and covered with a large tarpaulin to ward off the snow. J. Dewey Soper was conducting a two-year exploratory expedition of Baffin Island sponsored by the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa.

Pangnirtung Fiord Scene

Photograph depicts a rocky foreshore scene along the Pangnirtung Fiord. J. Dewey Soper was conducting a two-year exploratory expedition of Baffin Island sponsored by the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa.

Christmas Dinner at Pangnirtung

Photograph depicts Christmas dinner at the Pangnirtung Hudson's Bay Company Post; seated around the dinner table from l-r are: Constable Tredgold, Constable Fielder, Constable Margetts, Post Manager Heath, Sgt. Wight, ? Hayward, ? Ford, ?. J. Dewey Soper was conducting a two-year expedition of Baffin Island sponsored by the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa.

Soper, J. Dewey

Inuit Igllo at Pangnirtung

Photograph depicts a view of an Inuit igloo heavily drifted in during mid-winter at Pangnirtung; a sleeping sledge dog is visible on the upper level of the snow house. J. Dewey Soper was conducting a two-year exploratory expedition of Baffin Island for the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa.

Geographical Cairn Bult at Camp Kungovik

Photograph depicts a view of the geographical cairn built at Camp Kungovik containing a party and survey record. J. Dewey Soper was commissioned in 1928 by the Department of the Interior to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus on this trip was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose, suspected to be in the southwestern region of Baffin Island.

Small Lake North of Camp Kungovik

Photograph depicts a view of a small lake a short distance north of Camp Kunkovik; the tundra is breaking up along the banks of the lake. J. Dewey Soper was in the area searching for the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose, suspected to be in the southwestern region of Baffin Island.

Granite Hill at Bowman Bay

Photograph depicts a view of a granite hill at the shore of Bowman Bay. J. Dewey Soper was commissioned in 1928 by the Department of the Interior to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus on this particular trip had been to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose, suspected to be in the southwest region of Baffin Island.

Northern Coast of Foxe Peninsula at Low Tide

Photograph depicts a view of the northern coast of Foxe Peninsula during low tide; the exposed sea floor and grounded masses of ice are visible. The Soper party was returning from a trip to try and discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose.

Mountain Avens in Bloom at Cape Alberta

Photograph depicts a view of Mountain avens in bloom at Cape Alberta, Foxe Peninsula. The Soper party was delayed at Cape Alberta due to unfavourable ice conditions, while returning to Cape Dorset. They had spent the summer searching for and locating the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose.

Small Lake on Inland Terrain Near Cape Alberta

Photograph depicts a view of a small inland lake or pond near Cape Alberta. The Soper party was camped here while returning to Cape Dorset after a summer spent searching for the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose.

Small Inland Lake Near Cape Alberta

Photograph depicts a view of a small inland lake near Cape Alberta; two herring gulls are sitting on the rock in the middle distance of the photograph. The Soper party camped at Cape Alberta on their return trip to Cape Dorset after a summer spent searching for the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose.

Soper Camp Near Ketoria Point, Foxe Basin

Photograph depicts a view of the Soper camp set up a little south of Ketoria Point, Foxe Basin; stranded ice at low tide is visible. The Soper party was retruning to Cape Dorset after a summer spent searching for and locating the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose.

Soper Camp at Garnet Bay

Photograph depicts a view of the Soper camp at Garnet Bay about fourteen miles southwest of Cape Ketoria; an individual is standing in front of a tent with supplies in the background. The Soper party was returning to Cape Dorset after spending the summer searching for and locating the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose.

Soper Camp at the Mouth of the Kommanik River

Photograph depicts a view of the Soper camp set up at the mouth of Kommanik River; Foxe Basin ice is visible in the background. The Soper party was returning to Cape Dorset after spending a summer searching for and locating the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose.

Inuit and Summer Tent at Andrew Gordon Bay

Photograph depicts an Inuit woman and young girl standing in front of their summer tent (tupik) at Andrew Gordon Bay. J. Dewey Soper encountered these Inuit on his return trip to Cape Dorset. He had spent the summer searching for and locating the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose.

Schooner METIK Tied up in a Bay on South Coast of Baffin Island

Photograph depicts the Schooner Metik temporarily tied up in a bay of the south coast of Baffin Island. J. Dewey Soper was travelling from Cape Dorset to Lake Harbour on the schooner, the first stage of his return trip to southern Canada. Soper had spent the previous fourteen months studying the biology and natural history of Baffin Island for the Department of the Interior.

Locked Moose Antlers

Photograph depicts a man posing with a set of locked moose antlers found near Chapleau, Northern Ontario. The name "G.W. Visser" is inked on the right hand corner of the photograph.

Portrait of Kalappik Simon (Alinena)

Photograph depicts a head and shoulders portrait of a Cape Dorset Inuit man named Kalappik Simon (Alinena). J. Dewey Soper was studying the biology and natural history of Baffin Island for the Department of the Interior.

Portrait of Ooyarakjuk

Photograph depicts a head and shoulders portrait of a Cape Dorset Inuit named Ooyarakjuk. J. Dewey Soper was in the regions studying the biology and natural history of Baffin Island for the Department of the Interior.

Portrait of Nakotilleak

Photograph depicts a head and shoulders portrait of a Cape Dorset Inuit woman named Nakotilleak. J. Dewey Soper was studying the biology and natural history of Baffin Island for the Department of the Interior.

Portrait of Kimaloo (Annie)

Photograph depicts a head and shoulders portrait of a Cape Dorset Inuit woman named Kimaloo (Annie). J. Dewey Soper was studying the biology and natural history of Baffin Island for the Department of the Interior.

Nukduluk Murder Trial at Pond Inlet

Photograph shows the Nukudluk trial in progress outside the police detachment at Pont Inlet. William Duval, interpreter is on the extreme left with an Inuit man. British flag is raised on the wall of the police detachment.

Soper, J. Dewey

Pond Inlet Coastline

Photograph is a picturesque view of the coastline of Pond Inlet looking toward Bylot Island, mountains in background, trees in foreground.

Soper, J. Dewey

Soper Aboard the S.S. ARCTIC

Photograph depicts a view of J. Dewey Soper aboard the S.S. ARCTIC. Soper was appointed naturalist to a Canadian Government Arctic Expedition of 1923.

Soper abord the C.G.S. ARCTIC

Photograph depicts J. Dewey Soper aboard the C.G.S. ARTIC at King's Dock, Quebec City prior to leaving the next day for the Canadian Eastern Arctic. Soper was under contract to the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa to conduct a two year expedition to Baffin Island.

R.C.M.P. Constables at Pangnirtung Detachment

Photograph depicts a view of R.C.M.P. Constables Fielder, Tredgold, and Margette with their mascot dog "Mac", standing in front of the Pangnirtung Detachment. J. Dewey Soper was engaged by the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa to conduct a two year expedition on Baffin Island.

Hudson's Bay Company Post at Pangnirtung

Photograph depicts a view of the Hudson's Bay Company Post at Pangnirtung. J. Dewey Soper was under contract to the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa to conduct a two year expedition on Baffin Island.

Arctic Fireflowers

Photograph depicts Arctic fireflowers in full bloom along Pangnirtung Fiord. J. Dewey Soper was conducting a two-year expedition on Baffin Island for the Victoria Memorial Museum of Ottawa.

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