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The Fence Ordinance, 1869

Title: British Columbia. Anno Tricesimo Secundo. Victoriae Reginae. No. 9. An Ordinance to provide for the Fencing of Land in British Columbia.

Details the creation of ordinances to provide for proper fencing of lands in the colony of British Columbia.

Papers on the Union of British Columbia with the Dominion of Canada, 1869

British Columbia. Papers of the Union of British Columbia with the Dominion of Canada [March 1868 to March 1869]. Includes the letter to Governor Seymour by delegates of a Convention held at Yale, B.C., with a copy of the resolutions passed, and an Address on the desirability of establishing Representative Institutions, with responsible Government, in the Colony, and the necessity for retrenchment in the public expenditure. [Donor's notes].

Georges Durocher fonds

  • UAA-2019-015
  • Fonds
  • 1869-2004 [predominantly 1904-1984]

Le fonds est constitué de documents variés sur différents supports tels que : des microfilms, des annales, des livres, des journaux, des revues, des annuaires, des extraits de livres, des biographies, des recueils de chants, des illustrations, des extraits de conférence, des notices historiques, des notes de recherche, des bulletins, des mémoires, des coupures d’articles, des carnets de voyage, des livrets publicitaires, des annonces publicitaires, des bribes d’histoire, des notes d’études, des articles publiés dans des journaux, des rapports de réunion, des ordres de jour, des statuts et règlements, des feuilles de renseignements, des formulaires, des poèmes, des négatifs de photos, des lettres, des cartes géographiques, des prospectus, des brochures, des interviews, les inventaires, des logos, des dépliants, les horaires de cours, un recueil des anciens collégiens mort au champ d’honneur pendant le 2e guerre mondiale, des feuillets liturgiques, liste des évêques d’Edmonton 1871-1973, des brochures des jeux du Commonwealth d’Edmonton 1976-1978, les horaires des émissions de Ici Radio-Canada pendant les jeux du Commonwealth d’Edmonton 1978, des bribes d’histoire de la communauté franco-albertaine, des albums souvenirs, des circulaires, des portraits historiques, des albums souvenirs, des conférences, des index, des cassettes audio.

The fonds contains various documents in different formats such as: microfilms, annals, books, journals, magazines, directories, book excerpts, biographies, songbooks, illustrations, conference excerpts, historical records, research notes, bulletins, memoires, newspaper clippings, travel journals, promotional booklets, advertisements, historical snippets, study notes, articles published in journals, meeting reports, agendas, statutes and rules, instruction sheets, forms, poems, photo negatives, letters, maps, prospectuses, brochures, interviews, inventories, logos, pamphlets, class schedules, a collection of the college alumni who died in the field of honor during the 2nd World War, liturgical leaflets, a list of bisophes in Edmonton from 1871-1973, brochures for the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton from 1976-1978, the broadcast schedule of Ici Radio-Canada during the 1978 Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, notes on the history of the Franco-Albertan community, souvenir albums, conferences, indexes, and audio cassettes.

Durocher, Georges

In the City of Winnipeg

Photograph depicts Winnipeg street scene. View is the west side of Main Street from the south side of First Street south of Portage Avenue. Office for Duffin and Company, Photographers in the foreground.

Duffin, S.

Fort Carlton

Photograph depicts a sketch of Fort Carlton. It was established in 1810 as a Hudson's Bay Company fur trade and provision post. Eleven years after the 1874 Mounties arrived it was burned during the North-West Rebellion.

Duffin, S.

PE001059 - Army Medical Department Report for the Year 1870

Comprehensive report by the Army Medical Department in the United Kingdom, providing statistical information and descriptive reports on disease, mortality, sanitation and healthcare among the troops. The overall report is divided geographically, with areas covered including the British Isles, Ireland, the Mediterranean, Canada, the Caribbean, Sierra Leone and the Gold Coast, Mauritius, Ceylon and Labuan, China and Japan, and India, as well as a section devote to troops embarked on ships. For most areas, statistic appear to be for Caucasian troops only. In addition, twenty-one appendices are included, covering reports and papers, case notes, orders and administrative documentation, and statistical abstracts.

Of particular interest, in the context of the Prairie collection, is the information on Canada, from pages 62 – 67, and medical history of the Red River Expedition on pages 448 – 473.

Sir Samuel Steele Collection

  • 2008.1
  • 1870-1978

Contains correspondences, personal and professional papers, diaries, scrapbooks, photographs, maps, financial and legal records, and AV materials. The collection is mainly comprised of records created by Samuel Steele, Marie Harwood Steele, Harwood Steele, and Flora Steele.

Explore the digital collection at http://steele.library.ualberta.ca/index.html

Macdonell, Albert Edward Cortland

County Courts Amendment Ordinance, 1870

Title: British Columbia. Anno Tricesimo Tertio. Victoriae Reginae. No. 10. An Ordinance to alter and amend the "County Court Ordinance, 1867".

Details the amendments made to the County Court Ordinance of 1867 for the purpose of better administering justice.

Little's House

Photograph depicts unidentified prairie settlers sitting in front of log house.

Duffin, S.

Fort Benton

Photograph depicts bull train getting ready to transport supplies from Fort Benton; the Missouri River is in the background. Ox teams' destination likely Fort Walsh or Fort Mcleod in the North West Territories.

Anderton, T. George N.

Correspondence with envelope, 27 September 1871

Correspondence from W. J. Christie at Lower Fort Garry to J. S. Helmcken at Victoria, [Vancouver Island?] Also included is a small, blue envelope marked with Helmcken's name and location.

The sender informs the recipient that he and other Hudson's Bay officers in London, [England] would like to formally express respect and esteem to Donald A. Smith and asks if the recipient will join them in doing so.

The Election Regulation Act, 1871

Title: British Columbia. Anno Tricesimo Quarto. Victoriae Reginae. No.13. An Act to regulate Elections of Members of the Legislature of this Colony.

Details certain provisions made as to the regulation of elections of members of the Legislative Council

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on property rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on marriage dowries and property rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

1871 HBC deed poll

A document titled: "Deed Poll by the Governor and Company of Hudson's Bay, for conducting their trade in North America, and for defining the rights and prescribing the duties of their officers." Printed by Sir Joseph Causton & Sons, London, United Kingdom.

From notes provided by the donor: "An internal document outlining the rights and duties of H.B.C. officers, outlines the number of Chief Factors, Factors, Chief Traders and Junior Chief Traders, the distribution of shares, and many other details."

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on family law and immigration. Copies of historical legislation only, including Canadian Status from before the establishment of Parliament.

1870—1879

This series contains all items in the collection created between 1870 and 1879.

Correspondence, 17 June 1871

Correspondence from Donald A. Smith at Hudson's Bay House, London, [England] to Henry Connolly at Rigolet, Labrador Coast. Also included is a handwritten transcript and a brief description of significant people and places mentioned in the letter.

The letter asks the recipient to allow the passage of [Mr. McArthur], who has recently retired, through Labrador.

The descriptive document provides some biographical information about Donald Smith and Henry Connolly as well as some information about Fort Rigolette [sic].

Correspondence

Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from various associates. Letters describe a wide range of events and activities including managing trading posts, personal life, survey work, and specimen study. Most letters were written in locations across Canada and sent to Dr Bell at the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

First Land Office in Winnipeg

Photograph depicts the first land office in Winnipeg. Opened in 1873 it was known as the "best house" in Winnipeg. Constructed of squared logs with clap board covering. The men in the photo were Land Department employees. The Land Department was located on the first story and the surveyor's offices were on the second story. The stack of bricks in the foreground served as a vault.

Duffin, S.

Robert Bell collection

  • QE 22 B45 A4
  • Collection
  • 1872-1911

The collection contains correspondence, field notes, and receipts that pertain to Robert Bell. This collection is organized into two series. The correspondence in Series 1 are arranged by name of correspondent. Most correspondence are incoming letters to Dr Bell sent to the Geological survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, from locations across Canada . The field notes in Series 2 are arranged chronologically.

Bell, Robert

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on constitutions, Parliamentary Government, and gendered language in law. Copies of historical legislation only.

A. MacDonald Correspondence

Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from A. MacDonald. Correspondence contains personal communications regarding supplies and provisions. Correspondence sent from Hudson's Bay Company Fort Albany to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

A. MacDonald- Incoming Correspondence

Incoming correspondence from A. MacDonald discussing the firing of a manager who used company flour and oatmeal for personal use. Correspondence sent from the Hudson's Bay Company, Fort Albany to Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. Note on the letter indicates it was received at Fort Garry on 19 July 1873.

The English Constitution

Textbook; status: basic; History; level: Standard VIII, Standard VI, VII and VIII (Roman Catholic Schools); approved: 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905. Textbook; status: basic; History; level: Standard VIII; approved: 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910. Textbook; status: basic; History; level: Gr. 12; approved: 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1919. Textbook; status: other; History; level: Gr. 12; approved: 1923, 1925, 1927, 1930.

1873 (Jul) Letter to Bishop

Place: Elora

From: [Rev. C.E. Thomson]

To: Possibly addressed to Bishop of Toronto, Alexander Bethune

Delivery: unknown

Details: One sheet of paper, embossed.

Notes: A letter, marked "Copy," written July 23, 1873 in Elora. The recipient of the letter is likely the Bishop of Toronto, Alexander Neil Bethune. Although the signature is illegible, the probable author is Reverend C. E. Thomson. Various notes and numbers written on the back. Rev. Thomson writes that he would prefer Thorold, but will take Newmarket for the following Sunday. He also relates his opinion on the behaviour of Mr. Butler, who "has forgotten himself since he came to Fergus, but not at Elora so far as I know." Thomson asks that Bishop Bethune consider his remarks confidential.

Thomson, C.E. (Charles Edward)

1873 (Apr) Letter from Alexander Neil Bethune, Bishop of Toronto

Place: Cobourg

From: A.N. Toronto

To: Mr .Thomson

Details: 4pp

Notes: A letter written April 12, 1873 in Cobourg, Ontario by "A. N. Toronto," who is Alexander Neil Bethune, Bishop of Toronto. The bishop writes to Reverend C.E. Thomson to advise him on a special service for baptisms, and some other church matters. Mr. Rowsell is mentioned with regards to exposing tracts. The bishop goes on to say that he plans on traveling from Guelph by train on Monday, June 2nd for the purposes of performing confirmations and laying the cornerstone for the new church.

Bethune, Alexander Neil

Portrait of Louis Riel

Photogarph depicts a portrait of Louis Riel. This portrait was made in a studio in Ottawa after Riel's election as Member of Parliament for the riding of Provencher, Manitoba, 1873.

Topley, W. J.

1873 (Jul) Letter from Alexander Neil Bethune, Bishop of Toronto

Place: Collingwood

From: A.N. Toronto

To: Mr. Thomson

Details: 2pp

Notes: A letter written July 29, 1873 in Collingwood, Ontario by "A. N. Toronto," which is the signature used by Alexander Neil Bethune, Bishop of Toronto. While the recipient is not named, this letter appears to be in response to "1873 - Letter to Bishop," a letter dated July 23 and which is attributable to Rev. C. E. Thomson.

Bethune, Alexander Neil

A. MacDonald- Incoming Correspondence

Incoming correspondence from A. MacDonald noting provisions left at a location had been stolen. Correspondence sent from the Hudson's Bay Company, Fort Albany to Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

Garry Street, May 1873, after rain storm, Winnipeg

Photograph depicts a portion of Main Street, Winnipgeg. H.D. Lumsden commented on photo as follows: "The label on the photograph is Gary Street, May 1873, but it is not Garry Street, it is a portion of what is now Main Street, Winnipeg at that date."

Duffin, S.

Cours abrege d'historire: Contenant l'histoire sainte, l'histoire du Canada et des autres provinces de l'Amerique Britanniane du Nord, l'histoire ancienne, l'histoire du moyen age et l'histoire moderne

Textbook; status: basic; History; level: Elementary, Intermediate, Superior Courses. For Roman Catholic schools; approved: 1888, 1889, 1890. Source cites authors as: "Freres des Ecoles Chretiennes".

PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs [7] and a lithograph [1]; includes a portrait of Georg Kaiser and stills from "Gas," "Nebeneinander" and "Zwei Krawatten"; the file includes 3 photographs thematically not related to the collection. 

Ox-cart, Winnipeg

Photograph depicts an ox-cart in Winnipeg. Pearce described the photograph as "a fair representation of a oxen and cart in the early seventies."

Duffin, S.

Red River House

Photograph depicts settler's house opposite the head of St. Andrew's Rapids.

Duffin, S.

William Armstrong Correspondence

Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from William Armstrong. Correspondence contains personal communications regarding drawings and sketches. Correspondence sent from Toronto, Ontario to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. William Armstrong (1822-1914) immigrated to Canada from Ireland in 1851. He was a railway engineer and enjoyed painting and sketching. More information on William Armstrong can be found in the Canadian Encyclopaedia.

Nouvelle geographie illustree a l'usage des ecoles chretiennes de la puissance du Canada

Textbook; status: basic; Geography and History; level: Elementary-Intermediate Course; for French Roman Catholic Schools; approved: 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888. Source cites author as: "Freres des Ecoles Chretiennes". Other authors: Brother Adelbertus and the Christian Brothers of Montreal. A copy of the original publication is held by the University of British Columbia Library.

Fort Walsh

Photograph depicts Fort Walsh. Built by the North West Mounted Police in 1875 as part of the Dominion of Canada's program to establish sovereignty in the North West Territories. With the coming of the railway, the signing of treaties and the return of the Lakota to the United States, Fort Walsh was dismantled in 1883.

Anderton, T. George N.

William Armstrong- Incoming Correspondence

Incoming correspondence from William Armstrong discussing frustration with the advisory board for not displaying some of his sketches. Correspondence sent from Toronto to Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

S. K. Parson Correspondence

Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from S. K. Parson. Correspondence contains personal communications regarding business, family, events in the area, and accounts. Correspondence sent from Moose Factory, Winnipeg, and Montreal to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

S. K. Parson- Incoming Correspondence

Incoming correspondence from S.K. Parson discussing payments given by Dr. Bell for covering wages and supplies. Correspondence sent from Moose Factory, Ontario to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

D. F. MacDonald Correspondence

Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from A. MacDonald. Correspondence contains personal communications regarding missing items belonging to Dr. Bell. Correspondence sent from Parry Sound, Ontario to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

D. F. MacDonald- Incoming Correspondence

Incoming correspondence from D. F. MacDonald discussing items belonging to Dr. Bell that are missing or stolen. Correspondence sent from Parry Sound, Ontario to the Geological Survey Headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

The Elements of Euclid for the Use of Schools and Colleges

Textbook; status: basic; Mathematics; level: Superior Course; approved: 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888; level: Standard VIII; approved: 1896, 1897, 1898; level: Standard VI, VII, VIII; approved: 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905. Textbook; status: basic; Geometry; level: Standard VI, VII, VIII; approved: 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910. Textbook; status: basic; Mathematics; level: Gr. 10, 11, 12; approved: 1911, 1912. Textbook; status: basic; Mathematics; level: Gr. 12; approved: 1913. Subtitle from the title page: Comprising the First Six Books and Portions of the Eleventh and Twelfth Books; with Notes, Appendix and Exercises. A new edition was issued in 1899. New edition revised and enlarged by SL Loney.

William Armstrong- Incoming Correspondence

Incoming correspondence from William Armstrong requesting information on the best routes between Michipicoten and Moose Factory for sketching in the spring. Correspondence sent from Toronto, Ontario to Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

Metropolitan Readers

Textbook; status: basic; Reading; level: Elementary Course; approved: 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896. For Roman Catholic Schools. First reader, 1877 cites: "Adapted on the report of the Catholic members of the Committee, for use in the Catholic schools of the Dominion." Second and third readers approved: 1885-1891. No edition specified. Source cites author as: Mother Angela Gillespie, 1877.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Notes, correspondence, magazine articles, provincial and federal legislation, House of Commons and Senate debates, and legal articles regarding research on women in government, women in law, women's education, women's representation, and gendered language. Copies of historical legislation only.

WOMEN-RESEARCH-IMPORTANT BOOKS

"Women: A Bibliography" by Lucinda Cisler; "Miss Christabel Pankhurst: The Militant Suffragette," a speech delivered by Pankhurst; "The Social Background of the Reformation" by Preserved Smith; a copy of the Introduction of Petticoats and Prejudice: Women and Law in Nineteenth-Century Canada by Constance Backhouse; a copy of the article "Pornography -- not sex but the obscene use of power" by Helen Dudar from Ms. magazine; "Single Women in the Public Service in Centre Town Ottawa: A Survey of Resources" published by the Canadian Research Centre for Anthropology; articles from The National Legal News Magazine November/December 1973; "Should American Colleges be open to Women as well as to Men?: A paper presented to the Twentieth Annual Convocation of the Univsersity of the State of New York" by Frederick Barnard; "The Reformation of the Family: A discourse" by Pere Hyacinthe; The Assaulted Wife: "Catch 22" Revisited (A Preliminary Overview of Wife-Beating in Michigan) by Sue Eisenberg and Patricia Micklow.

A Treatise on Arithmetic

Textbook; status: basic; Mathematics; level: Secondary; approved: 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900. Textbook; status: basic; Arithmetic and Mensuration; level: Standards VI, VII; approved: 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910. Textbook; status: basic; Mathematics: level: Gr. 10, 11; approved: 1911. New editions were published in 1900 and 1907. Sources cite title as: Hamblin Smith's Arithmetic.

PE001565 - Photographs: [Scenes at home and abroad, Xmas 1938]

Many of the photographs appear to have been taken in conjunction with visits of medical teams to First Nations communities in Saskatchewan. These teams were working to diagnose and treat cases of tuberculosis - a disease that was extremely prevalent among the Indigenous peoples of western Canada during this period. This association is not made explicit in the album's captions, but there are a number of photographs of the Fort Qu'Appelle Sanatorium. Moreover, at least two of the individuals identified in the album may have been associated with the anti-tuberculosis campaign in Saskatchewan. Dr. R.G. Ferguson - Director of the Fort Qu'Appelle Sanatorium from 1917 to 1948 - was the province's leading tuberculosis researcher and administrator. Dr. Austin Simes, a collaborator of Ferguson, was appointed medical superintendent of the Qu'Appelle Indian Health Unit in 1929.

The R.S. Connell identified on the album’s first page may have worked with these men. C. Stuart Houston's biography of Ferguson mentions the significant contribution to the anti-tuberculosis programme made by Robert S. Connell and his brother, James. Houston writes that "[t]he story begins in early 1923, when Robert S. Connell was on staff as 'assistant technician, x-ray'…. Later, Robert's brother James was also hired.… The two Connell brothers had a natural talent for radiography. Robert pioneered the makeshift methods for taking a portable generator and x-ray machine to the File Hills Indian Reserve and to Indian schools for Dr. A.B. Simes." (R.G. Ferguson: Crusader against tuberculosis, Toronto: Hannah Institute, 1991, p. 103).

This generator may be captured in one of the images. Mr. Connell certainly appears to have travelled to the two places most prominently featured in the album: Lac la Ronge and Beauval. Houston notes on page 98 of his book that Dr. Simes and Mr. Connell flew to these communities in 1937.

The album also contains photographs from other Saskatchewan communities, including Ile-a-la-Crosse, Lebret, Onion Lake, Montreal Lake, Piapot Reserve, Little Pines Reserve, and Red Pheasant Reserve. Also present are a number of postcards and other reproductions capturing scenes from Fort Walsh and the North-west Rebellion of 1885.

Broderick, Jeanette

Surveys.

William Pearce began his education in engineering in 1869 at the University of Toronto. After one semester he abandoned his studies at the University of Toronto to take a three-year surveying apprenticeship with Wadsworth and Unwing, a Toronto land surveying firm. During his apprenticeship Pearce worked on surveying assignments in the woods of northern Ontario. His apprenticeship inspired his life-long interest in natural resource and wilderness development, confirmed his professional surveyor's career, and brought him to Western Canada.

In 1873 Colonel J.S. Denis, Canada's Surveyor General, approached Pearce with an offer to join his staff in the newly-created Dominion Department of the Interior as it began to absorb the vast North American regions of Rupert's Land and the North-West Territories. Pearce began his surveying position in the Department of the Interior in Winnipeg, in May 1874. He was responsible to progress with surveys addressing what commonly known as the Outer Two-Mile claims. Under the Manitoba Act (33 Victoria, c.3, Canada, 1870) Metis land grants along the Red and Assiniboine Rivers included undetermined and pre-survey settlement claims. The Manitoba Act gave Metis settlers access to hay two miles beyond their defined holdings to feed their livestock. In the shifting settlements, squatting, and rampant land speculation, Pearce attempted to stake out these claims. The outer two miles question was not settled until 1877, and claims were not staked until 1881 (Dept. of the Interior Annual Report, Canada Sessional Papers, 1882). Following the outer two miles assignment, in 1878 Pearce moved on to locating township grids, surveying meridians in Manitoba, and determining the International Boundary in the Turtle Mountain area. In October 1881, Pearce accepted his recommendation as Inspector of Dominion Lands Agencies in the Dominion Lands Board. He moved into the position of Superintendent of Mines in 1884. He returned to a full-time surveying position when Clifford Sifton appointed him Chief Inspector of Surveys in 1901.

In 1904 Pearce left government service to join the Natural Resources Department of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The series therefore includes his reports on the placement of railway branch lines and his study of the possibilities for settlement of the Peace river and Athabasca River districts. His recommendations on both matters were based on the trained surveyor's detailed observations of the topography and prospective resources of the areas in question. He assisted in the establishment of professional standards for surveyors and served on the Examining Board for the Province.

The series includes 91 maps, most Mr. Pearce collected as working documents, with notes and observations. They include a track survey, drawn in the winter of 1878 using an upturned toboggan as a table; a sketch map of the Peace River district drawn for Mr. Pearce on two sheets of Hudson's Bay Company stationery; and the 3-mile and 6-mile sectional maps of the Department of the Interior. Two sheets of G.M. Dawson's maps are also in the diaries for 1915. These maps cover an inspection of Canadian Pacific Railway land grants.

The series title is based on the contents of records.

F. Buller

Incoming correspondence from F. Buller regarding missing books. Correspondence sent from St. Catherine Street, Montreal, Quebec to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal.

F. Buller Correspondence

Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from F. Buller. Correspondence contains personal communications regarding missing books. Correspondence sent from Montreal, Quebec to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

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