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"Mis Prints, Ted Nagle, Vedettes in North, 1929 & 1930, Pine Point, Ted Nagle, First prospectors to Yellowknife, April 1929"
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1928 to 1930 (Creation)
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Envelope labelled "Mis Prints, Ted Nagle, Vedettes in North, 1929 & 1930, Pine Point, Ted Nagle, First prospectors to Yellowknife, April 1929", contains:
b&w ; 13 cm x 18 cm print of 3 men standing in snow drift next to aircraft, registration G-CAS[Q], caption reads "No 1. Punch Dickens [sic] landing first C.M. & S.Co. crew at Green Island six miles from mainland and trail to Pine Point. Left To R. Ted (E.H.) Nagle, Punch Dickens [sic] Pilot. C.A.S.Q., Geo Wallingford, (Bob Walton) - picture Taken by Bob Walton March 29-1929. This was the start of the present Pine Point operation."
b&w ; 9 cm x 13 cm print of canvas tent in snow, caption on front reads "Start of trail to [main camp?], our Lake camp P.P.", caption on reverse reads "2. Lake Tent at start of Trail to Pine Point Cabin, Ted Nagle March 1929, 17 miles to Pine Point cabin"
b&w ; 11 cm x 13 cm print of sleds in the snow in foreground, men near cabin in background, caption reads "3. Punch after you left Green Island dog teams arrived as arranged by Karl Murdoff. We went into the Pine Point cabin. The first CM & S Co (Cominco) Crew to arrive there to start what is today a great mining operation. Bob Walton (Engineer), Geo Wallingford - Foreman, Ted Nagle - in charge of operations. This cabin burned down a week later lost all our supplies - 2 went on snow shoes to "Rez" for supplies"
Photocopy of a document on Department of the Interior Topographical Survey of Canada letterhead, listing names of a flight crew, photographers, and surveyors, signed Ted Nagle, dated September 28, 1928
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