Fonds 362 W. D. Albright fonds

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1890-1945. — 5 cm. — 764 negatives. — 416 cards.


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William Donald Albright was born in South Cayuga, Haldimand County, Ontario on August 15, 1881, to Josiah D. and Sarah Elizabeth (Moyer) Albright, and was of Pennsylvania Dutch heritage. The Albright family moved to a Beamsville fruit farm when William was 13. He attended two years of high school, one year junior Matriculation, and took a two-year associate course at Ontario Agricultural College (OAC), Guelph from 1901 to 1903 for which he won the Governor-General’s prize for general proficiency.

Following graduation in 1903, he became Editor-in-chief of the Maritime Farmer in Sussex, New Brunswick. A year and a half later, he returned to Ontario, becoming associate editor of the London, Ontario Farmer’s Advocate in 1905. Three years later he was promoted to managing editor. In 1911, Albright convinced the Advocate’s publishers to purchase and run Wildwood Farm near London with him in charge.

On May 22, 1908, Albright married Eva Belle Lossing, only daughter of Richard Cromwell and Mary Ann Avey Lossing, from Otterville, Ontario. The Albrights later had three children: Florence Eileen, born in London, Ontario, and Frederick Bruce and Robert Gordon, born in Beaver Lodge, Alberta. Eileen later married William Ross and Gordon married Ruth Lowe. Bruce joined the RCAF during World War II and died in the Essen raid June 2, 1942.

In 1913, the Albrights left Ontario to join Mrs. Albright’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lossing, who were part of the Bull Outfit and had settled in Beaver Lodge, Alberta in 1909. The Albrights arrived in Beaver Lodge on October 26, 1913 having journeyed by steamboat up the Athabasca, by freight-cache steamboat down the Athabasca river and across Lesser Slave Lake to Grouard, and finally overland by wagon the remainder of the way. They filed on a homestead and purchased a South African scrip from Mr. Lossing. Albright eventually owned three-quarter sections of land, SE 6-72-9-W6 (the homestead), SE 1-72-10-W6, and SW 1-72-10-W6.

Albright wrote to the Director of Dominion Experimental Farms, Dr. J. H. Grisdale in early 1914 offering to do a few tests to increase the amount of knowledge available on crops suitable for the area, if seed was provided. He was given grants in 1915 and 1916 to carry out more work and in 1917 the government offered to lease 20 acres of his land and pay him a part-time salary to conduct experimental work, thus establishing the Beaverlodge Dominion Experimental Sub-station. Albright assumed the position of Superintendent on April 1, 1919. The sub-station continued to increase in size and staff in the succeeding years and buildings, including an experimental threshing barn with a bunkroom and office, a silo, log boarding house, garage, greenhouse, portable hog cabins, gothic-roofed barn, bunkhouse, and small staff houses, were gradually added. The Government finally bought the farm (about 318 acres) in 1940 and in 1941 the sub-station achieved full station status.

Various experiments were undertaken at the research station with different types of crops, livestock, and methods, allowing the station to provide suggestions to farmers in the area. Connected with the Beaverlodge sub-station were five illustration stations: two in British Columbia at Baldonnel and Pouce Coupe and three in Alberta at Fairview, Dreau, and High Prairie.

Albright spent his summers visiting most communities in both the Alberta and British Columbia sections of the Peace River country “attending field days, visiting the five illustration stations to collaborate with their owners and operators” and lecturing, frequently against the backdrop of his lantern slides. Many of the slides were produced from his own photographs. Albright was willing to go to “any accessible point in northern Alberta or northern British Columbia” as long as there was a hall available at no charge to the Station which would be heated, lighted, and opened to allow them to start exactly when scheduled. Albright was also a writer and poet. From 1928 onward, approximately 20 western Canadian newspapers carried his weekly column, “Timely Hints” which addressed agri-business concerns.

Albright was also very involved in the local community. In 1918 he helped organize a 1200 name petition to extend the Edmonton, Dunvegan and B.C. Railway. He was president of the Beaver Lodge Board of Trade for several terms beginning in 1931. Due in part to his efforts, the Associated Boards of Trades of the Peace River was organized in 1931 and Albright served as president for the organization’s first two years. He also served as chairman of a local advisory committee for the Saskatoon Island and Saskatoon Mountain Parks, a member of the committee for Canada of the International Geographical Union, Chairman of the local War Finance Committee, President of the local Red Cross, President of the West District Hospital Association, a Director of the Monkman Pass Highway Association, and Chairman of the School Board.

Albright also had a few noteworthy travels during his time as Beaverlodge Substation’s Superintendent. In 1930, he took a three week trip to southern British Columbia in connection with the On-To-the-Peace association. After this trip, he flew down the Mackenzie River, exploring and gathering information on the area’s agricultural potential. The lantern-slide show he produced from his photographs was the most popular one in his repertoire. In 1937, Albright went to Ottawa to be editor of the publication “Fifty Years of Progress on Dominion Experimental Farms 1886-1936.”

Albright became ill with Parkinson’s Disease around the beginning of World War II, but continued his work until he was forced to retire in March 1945. The Albrights moved to the more beneficial climate of Haney, B.C. in October of the same year. He died at Haney less than a year later on May 1, 1946 and was buried in the Beaverlodge Cemetery. Eva Belle Albright later moved to Edmonton and died in 1978.

Albright summed up his long career and many accomplishments in his “Timely Hints” column of March 28, 1946, stating that “Four or five thousand photographs have been taken and 1,000 lantern slides made. Scores of mimeographs have been prepared and thousands of articles penned. Each annual report, whether printed or not, has amounted to a volume. Between 50,000 and 100,000 letters have been written by the staff. Twelve years’ records have been kept of 409 lectures delivered in 100 halls and schoolhouses all over the Peace and Athabasca watersheds and beyond… Visitors have been entertained by scores of thousands. The register is adorned with the names of four Governor-Generals, three or four Lieutenant Governors, two or three premiers, two railroad presidents, many statesmen and cabinet ministers, scientists, tourists, land seekers and travellers with addresses spread from Sweden to Hong Kong, not forgetting a Vice-president of the United States.”

In January 1946, Albright was granted an honourary Doctorate of Laws by the University of Alberta “in recognition of his service to agriculture and his part in the development of the Peace River region.” Following his death, the “W. D. Albright Scholarship Fund” was set up with subscriptions by the settlers of the Peace to assist 24 Peace River region students pursue further education. He was honoured further with a memorial cairn erected by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada at the Beaverlodge station.

Custodial History

After the death of W. D. Albright, the textual records passed to the custody of his wife, Eva Belle Albright. She and Francis Flint tried to organize the records and asked for help from Francis’ daughter, Beth Sheehan. Beth eventually inherited the records and later donated them to the Grande Prairie Public Library. The Library added them to the Charles Spencer reference collection. In 2008, GPPL passed them on to South Peace Regional Archives.

The glass lantern slides and index cards originally belonged to the Beaverlodge Research Station which discarded them. The slides were rescued by Bill Sterr and preserved by South Peace Centennial Museum. In 2009, with the agreement of Mr. Sterr’s partner, Margaret Pfau, they were donated to South Peace Regional Archives. Copies of some lecture notes were also donated with the slides.

Scope and Content

The fonds consists of lecture notes, addresses, radio addresses, articles, research materials, and slides and index cards created or gathered by W. D. Albright. The material dates from 1890 to 1945 and relates to Albright’s work as a speaker and author, connected with his role as Beaverlodge Experimental Substation Superintendent.

The fonds is organized in two series: Lecture Notes and Lantern Slides. The division is primarily due to the difference in media, since the two series are intellectually closely related to one another and deal with many of the same topics

Notes

Title based on the contents of the fonds.

Table of Contents

Series 362.01

Lecture Notes

Series 362.02

Lantern Slides

Series 362.01Lecture Notes. — 1924-1945. — 4 cm of textual records.The series consists of lecture notes, addresses, radio addresses, articles, and research materials created or gathered by W. D. Albright. The material dates from 1924 to 1945, most predominantly from the mid-1930s to 1940s, and relates to Albright’s work as a speaker and author. Much of the material, particularly that relating to agriculture, is closely connected to his work as the Superintendent of the Beaverlodge Experimental Sub-station. The records were originally housed in two binders and appear to fall into several large topic groups including pioneering, substation work, Peace River District, soil erosion, crops, vitamins, motivational speeches, World War II (including Red Cross and Victory Bonds), and poetry. The majority of the material was originally housed in two binders and the records were kept in the same order as they appeared within the binders, although some slight rearrangements were made to reunite dismembered articles. The contents of the Agricultural files were originally in one binder and the contents of the Motivational file and the Lantern Slide Indices file were in the other. Binder 1’s contents now found in Agriculture files 1 and 2 with loose article from former Spencer reference collection added to the front. Loose material previously housed in the Spencer reference collection and the lantern slide boxes were added to Agricultural File 1 and Lantern Slide Indices.
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Series 362.02Lantern Slides. — [1890-1941]. — 764 photographs. — 416 cards.The series consists of slides and index cards created or assembled by W. D. Albright and used by him to illustrate his lectures and addresses. The slides were produced from photographs taken by Albright and others between 1890 and 1941. The slides themselves were likely created between 1930 and 1942. Many of the slides have detailed captions and relate to Albright’s work as sub-station Superintendent. As far as possible, the slides and cards are arranged according to the library codes and instructions provided by the creator. In places where the exact order intended was unclear (owing to the absence of the library master list), the archivist imposed an order consistent with the library system used by the creator. The slides and cards are arranged in fourteen topic groupings: Agricultural Bacteriology (including Soil Bacteriology), Animal Husbandry, Apiary, Cereals, Chemistry (including Soil Fertility), Field Husbandry, Forage Crops, Horticulture, Miscellaneous, Mackenzie District, Personal, Pioneer, General, and Songs.
 
Results of inoculation in dry season, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 5 [Ag. B.] Results of inoculation in a dry season. Alfalfa 2′ high; sweet clover 3′-4′. First cutting, Beaverlodge. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.01.01
Volunteer alfalfa patch, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 10 [Ag. B.] Dr. Malte in patch alfalfa volunteering in 1918 seeding alfalfa and rye grass. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 14.
Location: 0362.02.01.02
Trench through alfalfa and Western rye, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 45 [Ag. B.] Trench through three-year-old-stand alfalfa and Western rye. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 15.
Location: 0362.02.01.03
Irregular areas of inoculation, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 60 [Ag. B.] Irregular areas of inoculation evident in an alfalfa plot of 1919 seeding, G. + C. mixture test. Dark green patch in front of girl shows inoculation. Faded white areas are devoid of inoculation. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.01.04
Effect of acc. or natural inoculation, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 -31 [Ag. B.] Effect of acc. or natural inoculation in 3-year-old stand alfalfa. Left – uninoculated. Right – inoculated.
Location: 0362.02.01.05
Soil versus culture inoculation, 1931
1 index card; ;
B.L. 1931 – Soil Bact. 3. Soil versus culture inoculation.
Location: 0362.02.01.06
Inoculated alfalfa, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Top: B.L. 1933 – Ag. Bact. 4. Contrast between alfalfa inoculated with Rothamstad and soil culture (Clarke’s farm). Photograph taken by W. D. Albright . Lower: B.L. 1933 – Ag. Bact. 1. Inoculation test with alfalfa. Photograph taken by E.C. Stacey. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 40 (1941).
Location: 0362.02.01.07
Alfalfa inoculation test on the Clarke farm, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – Ag. Bact. 2. 1932 Inoculation test with alfalfa, Clarke farm, showing growth on the plot inoculated by the Ottawa culture plus phosphate, left, and on the plot inoculated by Rothamsted culture, right. Both inoculations being made 24 hours in advance of seeding. Photographed June 12, 1934 by E. C. Stacey. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 41.
Location: 0362.02.01.08
Seeding alfalfa in an inoculation test, 1935
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1935 – Ag. Bact. 4 + 5. 1934 seeding of alfalfa in the inoculation test on the Clarke place, showing Top. Plots from seed treated with Rothamsted-acid-tolerant, Ottawa-173 and Ottawa-commercial cultures. Bottom: do. Ottawa-Commercial culture, check (uninoculated) and soil inoculated (seed treated a week in advance). Photograph taken by E. C. Stacey. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 42.
Location: 0362.02.01.09
First silo in the Peace River region, 1920
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1920 – A.H. 1. Erecting and filling the first silo in the Peace River region. Beaverlodge Experimental Sub-station, 1920.
Location: 0362.02.02.01
Carload of cattle, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 1. [A.H.] Carload of cattle wintered as stores in open-front shed. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.02.02
Yearlings and two-year olds, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1921 – 48 [A.H.] Bunch of yearlings and two-year olds. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 8.
Location: 0362.02.02.03
Range steer, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – [A.H.] 49. On good terms with a range steer.
Location: 0362.02.02.04
Chickens on Christmas Day, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 65 [A.H.] Christmas Day, 1921.
Location: 0362.02.02.05
Yorkshire judging class, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 66 [A.H.] Mr. Geo. B. Rothwell conducting a class in judging Yorkshires, Dominion Experimental Station, Beaverlodge, October, 1922. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.02.06
Swine breed test, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 73 (Mattinson) [A.H.] Pick of 4 pens in the swine breed test. Beaverlodge station, 1922.
Location: 0362.02.02.07
Poland China barrow, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 74 (Mattinson) [A.H.] A grade Poland China barrow fed in Breed Test at Beaverloge, 1922. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 26.
Location: 0362.02.02.08
Two best Yorkshires, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 75 (Mattinson) [A.H.] Two best Yorkshires, Breed test, Beaverlodge. 1922. Sow in front almost perfect carcass. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 27.
Location: 0362.02.02.09
Hampshire and Yorkshire carcasses, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 76 (Mattinson) [A.H.] Hampshire and Yorkshire carcasses, Killing test, Breed experiment, 1922. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 29.
Location: 0362.02.02.10
Swine carcasses, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 77 (Mattinson) [A.H.] Carcasses of Champ. class short course Grande Prairie, October 1922. Left to right York. barrow No. 1 lean; York. sow No. 1 Leanest; Best Hamp; Best Poland; Best Duroc.
Location: 0362.02.02.11
Swine carcasses, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 78 (Mattinson). [A.H.] Two best Yorkshires, best Hampshire, best Poland-China and best Doroc-Jersey from bacon standpoint. Killing test, Breed Experiment, Beaverlodge, 1922. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture.
Location: 0362.02.02.12
Breed test carcasses, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 79 (Mattinson) [A.H.] Carcasses in breed test, Beaverlodge 1922.
Location: 0362.02.02.13
Pig pens, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 80 [A.H.] The Palace-Cafe pig pens, Dominion Experimental Substation, Beaverlodge. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 25.
Location: 0362.02.02.14
Side of beef, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 82 [A.H.] Side of beef from an experimentally-fed steer. Killed before fully finished. Meal rations per day. Gain. Carcass weight 752lb. Dressed percent 60%. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 9.
Location: 0362.02.02.15
Feeding experiment with swine table, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 84 [A.H.] Feeding Experiment with Swine table, Beaverlodge. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 30.
Location: 0362.02.02.16
Yorkshire sow, Prairie lass, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – A.H. 2. Yorkshire sow, Prairie lass – 89800 – Dam of litter of 6 farrowed July, 1923.
Location: 0362.02.02.17
Yorkshire sow, Jennie, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – A.H. 4. Yorkshire sow Jennie – 9546g – and a few of her July, 1923 litter of nine, just before weaning.
Location: 0362.02.02.18
Yorkshire sow, Dora, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – A.H. 5. Yorkshire sow Dora and litter of 12 (Lot III in Strain test). Used in Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 31.
Location: 0362.02.02.19
Silo protected by straw-pile, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – A.H. 6. Silo protected by straw-pile. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 20.
Location: 0362.02.02.20
Sides of bacon, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – A.H. 7. Sides of bacon representing four pigs from each of three litters, Strain Test, 1923. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 32.
Location: 0362.02.02.21
Bull, Ringmaster, and a calf, 1924
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – A.H. 9. Herd bull (Ringmaster) and his get. Calf beside bull 13-months old.
Location: 0362.02.02.22
Agassiz Holstein herd, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] Part of Holstein herd at Agassiz, B.C., 1923.
Location: 0362.02.02.23
Hogs on alfalfa pasture, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – A.H. 1. Hogs on alfalfa pasture in rows, Farm W. D. Albright, 1925. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 33.
Location: 0362.02.02.24
Shorthorn steer, Baldy, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – A.H. 1. “Baldy”, grade Shorthorn steer raised by W. D. Albright. Farm weight 1,400lbs at exactly 2 years, 1926. Edmonton selling weight 1,250lbs. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 10.
Location: 0362.02.02.25
Bronze turkey gobbler, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – A.H. 1. Bronze turkey gobbler belonging to J. W. Wilkie, Beaverlodge. Weight 49 pounds. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 23.
Location: 0362.02.02.26
Bronze turkeys, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – A.H. 2. Part of J.W. Wilkie’s banded flock of bronze turkeys.
Location: 0362.02.02.27
Wiltshire sides, 1933
1 lantern slides; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1933 – A.H. 1 + 2. Major Freeborn’s Demonstration Wiltshire sides. From A. – Select. B. – Bacon. C. – Butcher Hog. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 34.
Location: 0362.02.02.28
Winter hog pens, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – A.H. 4. Exp. Hog pens, cabins banked with straw. For winter use. Photograph taken November 6, 1934 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 36.
Location: 0362.02.02.29
Hogs fed with oats, 1935
1 lantern slideb; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1935 – A.H. 6. Lot I. Hogs fed with oats as exclusive cereal. Photographed February 15, 1935. Average weight next day 154lb. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 37.
Location: 0362.02.02.30
Hogs fed with oats and wheat, 1935
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1935 – A.H. 8. Lot 3. Hogs fed with oats and a larger proportion of wheat as cereal. Photographed February 15. 1935. Average weight next day 174lb. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 38.
Location: 0362.02.02.31
Hogs fed with oats and barley, 1935
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1935 – A.H. 10. Lot V. Hogs fed with oats and barley as cereal ration. Photo exaggerates appearance of this group, which, though evenest, were shortest. Gains exceeded by all lots except I (oats fed). Photographed February 15. Average weight next day 161lb. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 39.
Location: 0362.02.02.32
Hogs fed with oats, 1935
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1935 – A.H. 11. Five remaining pigs in oats-fed group, Lot 1., March 30, 1935, just prior to shipment. Four graded alive 2 bacons 2 butchers; on rail 3 bacons 1 butcher. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 40.
Location: 0362.02.02.33
Hogs fed with oats, 1935
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B.L. 1935 – A.H. 11. Five remaining pigs in oats-fed group, Lot 1., March 30, 1935, just prior to shipment. Four graded alive 2 bacons 2 butchers; on rail 3 bacons 1 butcher. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 40.
Location: 0362.02.02.34
Ailing pig, 1937
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1937 – A.H. 1. Ailing pig segregated from Pen. No. 2 showing characteristic flop of one ear. This pig is progeny of Lacombe Queen 106P and Lacombe Bob 243N. Photo about June 16, 1937. Ailment tentatively attributed to fact that sows had not been fed iodine during winter period of pregnancy. Painting the neck with iodine and administration of potassium iodide in the feed finally cured the ailment (to all appearances) even in this most mortal of several cases. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 41.
Location: 0362.02.02.34
Ailing pigs, 1940
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1940 – A.H. 3. No. 90 (barrow) out of B.L. Queen 178R and No. 86 (gilt) pen mate and litter mate of No. 90. Barrow partially paralyzed in rear quarters (sitting), first symptoms observed Dec. 30. On its right is the gilt, not paralyzed but showing goitrous symptoms as from Jan. 28. Photographed Feb. 2, 1940, aged 157 days. (Lot II of feeding test.) Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 42.
Location: 0362.02.02.35
Ill pig, 1940
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1940 – A.H. 18. Pig No. 97. First became ill January 29; treated with tincture of iodine and fed KI in warm milk on February 2. Appeared to overcome illness and began to put on weight. This pig gradually developed a figure S back and became wobbly on its legs. From May 15 to 29 it lost 14 pounds, drags its hindquarters and does not appear to eat or drink very much. Photographed March 27 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 43.
Location: 0362.02.02.36
Pig, Lacombe Queen, 1940
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1940 – A.H. 21. Lacombe Queen 106P – aged 4 years and 2 months. Dam and grand-dam of shotes that showed peculiar symptoms in 1934 and in 1940, suggestive of vitamin B deficiency according to the veterinarians. Photographed March 24, 1940 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 45.
Location: 0362.02.02.37
Steer carcasses, 1940
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1940 – A.H. 24. Quartered carcass of black Shorthorn-Holstein crossbred steer raised as one of a pair by its dam, Martha, and marketed as baby beef at 352 days of age dressing 453 pounds cold weight., estimated 459lb. warm weight, bringing at 11 cents per pound $50.49. Photographed April, 1940 by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.02.38
Convalescent pigs, 1940
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1940 – A.H. 29. The last four convalescent pigs (Nos. 76, 89, 91 and 96) on June 12 after a few weeks on a ration including green grass, skim milk and Pilchardene. These pigs were marketed June 21, having attained market weights. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 48.
Location: 0362.02.02.39
Pig with vitamin deficiency, 1941
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1941 – A.H. 15. This pig on a check ration showed vitamin deficiency during the cold weather of January. Recovered slowly but remained weak till alfalfa was fed. Finally marketed at 204 days, weight 201 pounds. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 49.
Location: 0362.02.02.40
Pig which had previously collapsed, 1941
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1941 – A.H. 19. Pig no. 26V suddenly collapsed Aug. 4. Put on Pilchardene and practically normal Aug 25. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 50.
Location: 0362.02.02.41
Pig following recovery, 1941
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1941 – A.H. 24. Recovery of pig 26V after 53 days on Pilchardene and green stuff. Photographed September 26 on shipping day by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 51.
Location: 0362.02.02.42
Hampshire ewes and ewe lambs, 1941
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1941 – A.H. 26. Fifteen Hampshire ewes and ewe lambs which arrived from Prince George Sept. 15. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 52.
Location: 0362.02.02.43
Clydesdale mare, Colony Peggy, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H] Colony Peggy – Clydesdale mare. Brandon Exp. Farm. Grand Champion Manitoba Winter Fair. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 1.
Location: 0362.02.02.44
Clydesdale Stallion, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] Clydesdale Stallion at Agassiz, B.C. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 2.
Location: 0362.02.02.45
Agassiz Segis May Echo, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] Agassiz Segis May Echo, 365-day record 30886 lb. milk and 1681 lb. fat. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 3.
Location: 0362.02.02.46
Royal Ayrshire, Auchenbay Mina, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] Auchenbay Mina. Grand Champion, Royal Ayrshire. Used 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 4.
Location: 0362.02.02.47
Jersey herd, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] J. B. Early’s Jersey herd on banks of Peace River. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 5.
Location: 0362.02.02.48
Shorthorn cow, Ottawa Janet, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] Ottawa Janet 4th Shorthorn cow owned by Brandon Exp. Farm. Gave over 12,000 lb. milk in one year. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 6.
Location: 0362.02.02.49
White Wyandotte hen, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] White Wyandotte hen, 200 eggs a year. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry Lecture as A.H. 22.
Location: 0362.02.02.50
Hampshire Ram, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] Hampshire Ram (Ottawa.) Slide provided by the Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 24.
Location: 0362.02.02.51
Ayrshire Bull, Overton Lord Kyle, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] Ayrshire Bull (Overton Lord Kyle). Ottawa.
Location: 0362.02.02.52
Calf Feeding Competition, [ca. 1940]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[A.H.] Boy’s + Girls’ Calf Feeding Competition. Slide provided by Ontario Picture Bureau.
Location: 0362.02.02.53
Comb of Honey and Beaverlodge, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – Ap. 2 + 1. Left: A well-capped comb of honey, August, 1923. (left). Right: Beaverlodge, 1923.
Location: 0362.02.03.01
Beaverlodge Apiary, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – Ap. 4. View of Beaverlodge Apiary taken August or early September. Colony on scales gained 10 1/2lb. in 24 hours. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.03.02
Fireweed on Rupert Perry’s farm, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – Ap. 5. Forty-acre field of fireweed on farm of Rupert Perry. While working on this one Station colony increased 10 1/2lb. in 24 hours.
Location: 0362.02.03.03
Weighing colony, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – Ap. 2. Scale colony, 550 lb.; best 24-hour increase 20 1/2 pounds on August 23. Honey weighed every day at Beaverlodge. Mr. G. Neely, Apiarist. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 104.
Location: 0362.02.03.04
Bees swarming around Union Jack flag, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Ap. 3. A loyal swarm of bees. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 109.
Location: 0362.02.03.05
Foster and Crossley with hives, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934. – Ap. 2. “Smiling at the crop.” Foster and Crossley beside a couple of hives, September 6, 1934. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.03.06
Cereal crops, 1920
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1920 – C. 1. Cereals on Courses 2 and 1.
Location: 0362.02.04.01
Experimental grain plots, 1920
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1920 – C. 15 1/4. Experimental grain plots at the Beaverlodge Sub-station. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.04.02
Cutting Liberty hulless oats, 1920
3 lantern slides; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in. and 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1920 – C. 23. Cutting Liberty hulless oats, B.L., 1920. Yield 64 bushels 9lb. on field scale. After summerfallow. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 14.
Location: 0362.02.04.03
Beardless, hulless barley, 1921
2 lantern slides; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 31 [C.] Variety plot beardless, hulless barley. August, 1921. Beaverlodge Experimental Sub-Station. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 18.
Location: 0362.02.04.04
Variety plot, O.A.C. No. 21 barley, 1921
2 lantern slides; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 32 [C.] Variety plot O.A.C. No. 21 barley, B.L. Exp. Station, August, 1921. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 17.
Location: 0362.02.04.05
Variety plot, Bark’s barley, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 33 [C.] Variety plot, Bark’s barley, August, 1921.
Location: 0362.02.04.06
Variety plots, spring wheat, 1921
2 lantern slides; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 38 [C.] Variety plots, spring wheat, August, 1921.
Location: 0362.02.04.07
Plot of Marquis wheat, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 46 [C.] A well bred plot of Marquis wheat September 5, 1921. Second date of seeding. Seeded with special strain Ottawa seed received 1920.
Location: 0362.02.04.08
Variety plots, spring wheat, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 47 [C.] Variety plots spring wheat. Sept., 1921. (Right foreground stooked spring rye.) Beyond, Ruby, Red Bobs, Early Red Fife in stook. Standing Kitchener and Huron with Marquis in stook beyond.
Location: 0362.02.04.09
Threshing variety test plots, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1921 – 57 [C.] Threshing variety test plots. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 29.
Location: 0362.02.04.10
Western wheat heads, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 58 [C.] Typical heads of Western wheat. Rub, Red Bobs, Early Red Fife, Marquis, Huron and Kitchener.
Location: 0362.02.04.11
Experimental wheat plots, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 37. [C.] Some of the Experimental wheat plots (summerfallow ends), Beaverlodge Station, 1922.
Location: 0362.02.04.12
Stooked experimental plots of barley and oats, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 38. [C.] Experimental plots of barley and oats in stook, Beaverlodge Station, 1922.
Location: 0362.02.04.13
Wheat and barley heads, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 83 [C.] Typical heads of wheats and barleys grown at Beaverlodge, 1922.
Location: 0362.02.04.14
Wheat heads, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – C. 1. Typical heads of wheat. Used in 1935 Cereals lectures as C. 6.
Location: 0362.02.04.15
South range plot, Wheat variety test, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923. – C. 2. South range plot of Reward 0.928 Spring wheat in variety test, Beaverlodge, 1923. Ruby on left, Garnet on right. Average yields of duplicate plots. Ruby 0.623 – 30–59. Reward 0.928. 31-47. Garnet 0.652 – 34-33
Location: 0362.02.04.16
North range plots, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923. – C. 3. North range plots early spring wheat Beaverlodge, 1923. Order left to right: Garnet 0.652. Reward 0.928. Average yields duplicate plots in 1923. Reward 31-37. Garnet 34-33.
Location: 0362.02.04.17
Barley heads, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – C. 5. Typical heads of barley. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 21.
Location: 0362.02.04.18
Barley variety plots, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – C. 6. Glimpse of variety plots of barley, Beaverlodge, 1923. In foreground Himalayan 0.59 (hulless). Yield total crop 5082lb. per acre. Yield grain 52 bushels 34lb. per acre. Next plot Chinese, 0.60. Total crop per acre 5170lb. Yield grain 46 bushels 36lb. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 19.
Location: 0362.02.04.19
Field of Banner oats, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – C. 9. Field of Banner oats on late-spring plowing. Beaverlodge valley in distance to westward.
Location: 0362.02.04.20
Field peas variety plots, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923. – C. 12. Variety plots of field peas. Bunches staked to prevent shifting and mixing by wind. Representative yields: Chancellor, 0.26-38 bushels 53lb. Early White 41-29. White Alberta 38-25. Arthur 0.18-46-12. MacKay 49-58.
Location: 0362.02.04.21
Plot of blooming buckwheat, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – C. 13. Plot of buckwheat in bloom. Yield 30 bushels 17lbs per acre. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 26.
Location: 0362.02.04.22
Cutting variety test plots, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – C. 15. Cutting variety test plots, 1923. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 28.
Location: 0362.02.04.23
Cutting Marquis wheat for comparison, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925. – C. 1. Cutting a two-acre block of Marquis wheat grown in comparison with Garnet. Cut August 24. Yield about 26 bushels per acre. Garnet 24, ripe 14 days sooner. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.04.24
Blooming MacKay peas, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 1. MacKay peas in bloom, 1926. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 22.
Location: 0362.02.04.25
Pulled pea plots, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 3. Pea plots pulled ready for piling. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 23.
Location: 0362.02.04.26
Rod-rows of cereals, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 6. An acre of rod-row plots of cereals, August 18, 1926. Boarding house at left. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.04.27
Wheat test plots, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 7. Rod-row plots, 1926. (Co-op. test with U. of A). Test Plots wheat, Beaverlodge. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 30.
Location: 0362.02.04.28
Grain plots, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 11. Grain plots, August 1926. Barley 67-93 bushels per acre; oats 90 odd -151; wheat 55-68. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 27.
Location: 0362.02.04.29
Cutting variety test plots of wheat, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 13. Cutting variety test plots of wheat, 1926. Reward 62 bushels 30lbs.; Ruby 55 bushels 57lbs.; Garnet 55 bushels 49lbs. (Wireworms thinned Garnet). Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 1.
Location: 0362.02.04.30
Laurel (hulless) oats, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 14. Laurel (hulless) oats in variety test, 1926. Abundance (badly lodged) on north (at right hand) and Gold Rain (partly lodged) at left hand. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 13.
Location: 0362.02.04.31
Banner oats, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 16. Banner oats, variety test 1926. Ligowo badly lodged on left. Aug. 29, 1926. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 11.
Location: 0362.02.04.32
Cutting Banner oats, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 18. Cutting Banner oats in D. of P. test, on unmanured ground, 1926. Yield 1st four dates 134-146 bushels per acre. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 12 (1935).
Location: 0362.02.04.33
Hannchen and Bearer barleys, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – C. 21. Hannchen and Bearer barleys, 1926. Yields duplicate plots 79 + 93 bushels respectively. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 20.
Location: 0362.02.04.34
Seeding rod-rows, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – C. 2. Seeding rod-rows. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 31.
Location: 0362.02.04.35
Cutting variety test plots of wheat, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – C. 5. Cutting variety test plots of wheat Reward, Garnet, Early Triumph + Marquis, 1927. Only Reward standing erect. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 4.
Location: 0362.02.04.36
Cutting Reward wheat, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – C. 8. Cutting Reward wheat, 1927, Beaverlodge. Yield 45 bushels per acre after various hoe crops.
Location: 0362.02.04.37
Multiplying blocks of grain, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – C. 9. Multiplying blocks of grain, Beaverlodge 1927. Garnet wheat badly lodged. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 2.
Location: 0362.02.04.38
Multiplying blocks of grain in stook, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – C. 10. Multiplying blocks of grain in stook, Beaverlodge 1927. Garnet wheat was badly lodged. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 3.
Location: 0362.02.04.39
Harvesting rod-row plots, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – C. 11. Harvesting rod-row plots, 1927. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 33.
Location: 0362.02.04.40
Seeding rod-row plots, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – C. 1. Seeding rod-row plots, 1928.
Location: 0362.02.04.41
Taking notes of cereals, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – C. 1. Taking notes on cereals, 1929. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 32.
Location: 0362.02.04.42
Swift Current nursery thresher, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – C. 4. Swift Current nursery thresher “Hortense”. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 34.
Location: 0362.02.04.43
Variety test flax plots, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1936 – C. 4. Variety-test flax plots on Course 6 in full bloom, July 21. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 20B.
Location: 0362.02.04.44
Examining the barley plots, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1936 – C. 6. Dr. L. H. Newman, F. L. Dickinson, Professor P. A. Boving and members of Sub-station staff examining the barley plots, August 15, 1936. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 20A.
Location: 0362.02.04.45
Curing Olli barley, 1941
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1941 – C. 2. Olli barley curing on A-shaped forms made of snow-fence panels after nearly two months of rain. Cut August 2; stacked October; threshed October 22. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 56.
Location: 0362.02.04.46
Effect of nitrate on hay yield, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 33 [Chem.] Effect of nitrate on yield of hay. B.L., 1922. Yield treated plots 132lb per acre. Untreated 40 lb. Increase 230%. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 19.
Location: 0362.02.05.01
Relationship between hay and barley yields, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – Soil Fertility 1. Relation hay yields to yields of barley. Beaverlodge. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 18.
Location: 0362.02.05.02
Dr. Malte in a plot of meadow fescue, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 6. [F.H.] Dr. Malte, Dominion Agrostologist, standing in meadow fescue plot, Western ryegrass on right, both seeded without nurse crop, 1920. Beaverlodge Experimental Station, July, 1921. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.06.01
Dr. Malte in a plot of brome, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 7. [F.H.] Effect of Nurse Crops on Hay Production. Beaverlodge 1921, crop. Dr. Malte stands in plot of brome (Kentucky-blue plot adjoining) seeded without nurse crop in 1920. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.06.02
Nurse crop seeding with brome grass, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 8. [F.H.] How nurse crop seeding works out with brome grass. Left — plot in check range A seed, 1920 without nurse crop. Cut that year 1280lb. hay and in 1921, 3080lb. Right – plot seeded 1920 with nurse crop Ligowo oats, yielded 103 bushels per acre. Yield hay in 1921, 680lb. per acre.
Location: 0362.02.06.03
Nurse crop seeding of Western rye, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 9. [F.H.] How nurse crop seeding works out. Right – Western rye, etc. seeded May, 1920, without nurse crop. Left, same grasses seeded with nurse crop Ligowo oats. Yield 103 bushels per acre, July, 1921.
Location: 0362.02.06.04
Stubble nurse crop test, 1921
2 lantern slides; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 12. [F.H.] Stubble Nurse Crop Test comparing nurse crop seedings grasses with legumes, the latter sown with inoculated seed. Seeded 1920 with third grain crop following breaking. Beaverlodge Experimental Station. July, 1921.
Location: 0362.02.06.05
Stubble nurse crop test, 1921
2 lantern slides; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 13. [F.H.] Stubble Nurse Crop Test. Comparing nurse crop seedings of grasses and legumes. Seeded 1920 with third grain crop following breaking.
Location: 0362.02.06.06
Rape on spring-ploughed stubble, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 42. [F.H.] Rape on spring-ploughed stubble after heavy crop oats, August 21, 1921.
Location: 0362.02.06.07
Rape and oats, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 43 (left) [F.H.] Rape on spring-ploughed stubble after heavy crop oats, September 5, 1921. Rape sown May 6, average growth 4″. 1921 – 44 (right) [F.H.] Companion to rape picture. Oats after heavy crop oats. September 5, 1921. Compare growth with that of rape sown a day later on similar preparation.
Location: 0362.02.06.08
Clovers and alfalfas, 1922
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B.L. 1922 -15. [F.H.] Clovers and alfalfas. Check range of the Nurse crop Experiment, 1921 seeding.
Location: 0362.02.06.09
Mammoth Russian sunflowers, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – F.H. 2. Mammoth Russian sunflowers. Beaverlodge, September, 1923.
Location: 0362.02.06.10
Filling silo, 1923
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1923 – F.H. 4. Filling silo at Beaverlodge, 1923.
Location: 0362.02.06.11
Alfalfa irrigated with snow, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – F.H. 1. Effect of irrigating alfalfa with snow run-off in dry year. Irrigated yielded 5 times as much as non-irrigated. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 22.
Location: 0362.02.06.12
Alfalfa irrigated with snow water in a dry knoll, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – F.H. 2. Effect of snow-water irrigation on alfalfa on a dry knoll in the spring of a dry summer. Irrigated yielded five times as much hay as non-irrigated and also more aftermath.
Location: 0362.02.06.13
Landscape view, September, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – F.H. 4. Landscape view in September showing plots. Saskatoon Mountain in distance. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.06.14
Beheaded sunflowers holding snow banks, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – F.H. 1. Beheaded sunflowers holding snow banks, March, 1926. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 21.
Location: 0362.02.06.15
Cutting sweet clover for hay, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – F.H. 3. Cutting sweet clover for hay in pasturing test, 1926. Used in 1935 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 31.
Location: 0362.02.06.16
Effect of stubble in intercepting wash, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – F.H. 3. Effect of stubble in intercepting wash on Substation, spring of 1928. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 19.
Location: 0362.02.06.17
Tamping a charge of stumping powder, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – F.H. 5. Tamping a charge of stumping powder. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry Lecture as F.H. 1.
Location: 0362.02.06.18
Breaking willow scrub, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – F.H. 6. Breaking willow scrub with tractor on farm of W. D. Albright, 1928 (C. F. Lossing). Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 2.
Location: 0362.02.06.19
Methods of seeding test, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – F.H. 10. Methods-of-seeding test, 1928. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 27.
Location: 0362.02.06.20
Root-harrow, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – F.H. 11. Root-harrow ready for business. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 3.
Location: 0362.02.06.21
Root-harrow at work, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – F.H. 12. Root harrow at work. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 4.
Location: 0362.02.06.22
Root harrow being pulled by tractor, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – F.H. 1. Caterpillar tractor pulling root harrow on breaking. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 5.
Location: 0362.02.06.23
Reward wheat in phosphate test on fallow, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – F.H. 2. Reward wheat in phosphate test on fallow, 1930 (Ignatieff standing). Left, ammonium phosphate, right, check. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 35.
Location: 0362.02.06.24
Gold Coin potatoes, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – F.H. 7. Gold Coin potatoes in fertilizer test. August 26, 1930. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 36.
Location: 0362.02.06.25
Early Rose potatoes, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – F.H. 9. Early Rose potatoes in fertilizer test. September 20, 1930. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 37.
Location: 0362.02.06.26
Effect of erosion, 1931
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – F.H. 4 and 2. Effect of erosion, 1931. Ditches washed out and silt spread. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 20.
Location: 0362.02.06.27
Effect of wind erosion, 1931
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – F.H. 6. Effect of wind erosion on summer fallowed knoll north of Clairmont. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 8.
Location: 0362.02.06.28
Ditch filled with soil drift, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – F.H. 8. Ditch piled full with soil drift north of Clairmont May 15, 1931. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 9.
Location: 0362.02.06.29
Binder with pick-up guards, 1931
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – F.H. 12. P. U. Clubine’s binder rigged with pick-up guards for pulling peas. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 26 and in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 24.
Location: 0362.02.06.30
Cutting peas with binder, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – F.H. 13. P. U. Clubine cutting peas with binder. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 25 and in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 25.
Location: 0362.02.06.31
Combine with pick-up, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – F.H. 17 Wembley, Alberta. Combine with pick-up, farm of Albert Stephens and sons, near Dimsdale, Alberta. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 27 and in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 8.
Location: 0362.02.06.32
Snow water irrigation, 1932
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L .1932 F.H. 4. Snow water irrigation, April 28, 1932. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 23.
Location: 0362.02.06.33
Effect of spring erosion, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 – F. H. 12. Guttering effect of spring erosion on bare cultivated ground, May 7, 1932. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 11.
Location: 0362.02.06.34
Effect of snow water irrigation, 1932
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B.L. 1932 F.H. 18. Effect of snow water on irrigation on Hay Yields. Left 4406lbs. Centre 1303lbs. Right 3721lbs. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 24.
Location: 0362.02.06.35
Cutting alfalfa, 1933
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B.L. 1933. – F.H. 3. Cutting alfalfa on knoll that had been irrigated with snow water in spring. Yield 5123lb. per acre, July 5, 1933. First cutting. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1934 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 9 and in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 25.
Location: 0362.02.06.36
Renovating a grassy alfalfa stand, 1934
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B.L. 1934 – F.H. 2. Renovating a grassy alfalfa stand. July 12, 1934. B.L. 1934 – F.H. 13. Alfalfa aftermath in renovation test, September 11, 1934. Photographs taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 34 and in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 24.
Location: 0362.02.06.37
Stacking hay by rope method, 1934
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B.L. 1934. – F.H. 5 and 3. Stacking hay on W. D. Albright’s homestead by rope method. July 31, 1934. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 31.
Location: 0362.02.06.38
Sweet clover rotation experiment, 1935
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B.L. 1935 – F.H. 7. Sweet clover rotation experiment, 1934 seeding as on June 21, 1935. Left, nurse-crop seeding. Right, non nurse-crop seeding. Photograph taken by E. C. Stacey. Used in 1941 as F.H. 28.
Location: 0362.02.06.39
Wireworms, 1935
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Top — 1935. – King 8 f 6. Wireworms (Ludius aeripennis) July 12, 1935, Beavrlodge. Bottom — Pupa of Ludius aeripennis) B.L., July 12, 1935. Photographs taken by K. M. King. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 48.
Location: 0362.02.06.40
Field of Olli barley, 1935
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1935 – King 8 f 9. Beaverlodge Sub-Station field of Olli barley. Single (left) vs. cross drillling (right). July 15, 1935. Photograph taken by K. M. King. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 49.
Location: 0362.02.06.41
Spreading manure on sweet clover, 1936
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B.L. 1936 – F.H. 4. Spreading manure on non-nurse-crop portion of sweet clover seeded 1935 in Sweet Clover Rotation Test. Spreader in motion. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 38.
Location: 0362.02.06.42
Cutting second-crop Reward wheat, 1937
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B.L. 1937 – F.H. 7. Cutting the second-crop Reward wheat in the 1934 seeding of the Sweet Clover Rotation Experiment., August 31. Looking north. Test swaths stooked in a row next to the driveway. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 39.
Location: 0362.02.06.43
Brome-sodded wash, 1938
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B.L. 1938 – F.H. 1. Brome-sodded wash across Course 6. Has carried two or three winters’ run-off without scouring. Photograph taken May 28 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 16.
Location: 0362.02.06.44
Mills Wire Weeder uprooting sweet clover, 1938
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B.L. 1938 – F.H. 9. Mills Wire Weeder destroying a new seeding of sweet clover after patches of cutworm injury had ruined the test. Most of the sweet clover was uprooted by one passage of the implement though it was not drawn quite briskly enough for best results. Sept. 15. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 44.
Location: 0362.02.06.45
Ditches scoured across fallowland, 1939
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B.L. 1939 – F.H. 5. An example of several ditches scoured across fallow land near the top of a slope but arrested by a brome-alfalfa meadow (N.W. field) and forced to drop its silt both in front and beyond the edge of the meadow. If not arrested these ditches would have played havoc farther down the slope. April 17, 1939. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 12.
Location: 0362.02.06.46
Small modified plough for pipe-line trenching, 1939
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B.L. 1939 – F.H. 24. Small plough minus handles and mould board drawn slowly with long cable attached to tractor and used to loosen dirt in 6 1/2-foot pipe-line trench, greatly expediting the work. June 7, 1939. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 55.
Location: 0362.02.06.47
Spring-toothing and wire-weeding land, 1940
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B.L. 1940 – F.H. 2. Spring-toothing and wire-weeding land matted in patches with over-wintered shepherd’s purse, May 8, 1940. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 43.
Location: 0362.02.06.48
Stands of brome-alfalfa mixture, 1940
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B.L. 1940 – F.H. 4. Stands of brome-alfalfa mixture seeded in 1939 with Hannchen barley, centre, against Olli barley, right and left, as appearing May 25, 1940. Athough catworms had badly mutilated new seedings, especially of alfalfa, in 1939, a fair stand of vigorous plants covers the Olli stubble while Hannchen stubble is unobscured. Hannchen cut August 23, yielding 38.4 bushels per acre; Olli cut August 9, yielding 29.5 bushels per acre. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 29 and in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 44.
Location: 0362.02.06.49
Seeding grain and meadow-crop seed through the drill box, 1940
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B.L. 1940 – F.H. 6. Seeding grain and meadow-crop seed through the drill box with two men standing on the packer attachment following the seeder. Excellent germination resulted, June 1. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 40.
Location: 0362.02.06.50
Threshing commercial crop of Reward wheat with McCormick Deering separator, 1940
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B.L. 1940 – F.H. 19. Threshing the commercial crop of Reward wheat with the new McCormick Deering separator. With the help of the new 200-bushel, shingle-roofed loading hopper one team could take care of the grain with three bundle teams and two stook pitchers in the field. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 45.
Location: 0362.02.06.51
Some of the Beaverlodge Station’s early plots of grasses, 1917
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B.L. 1917 – F.C. 1. Some of the Beaverlodge Station’s early plots of grasses. Western rye and timothy plots in 1917, from 1916 seeding. Yields 3 tons 1838lb. per acre. Western rye and 2 tons 3lb. timothy. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 6.
Location: 0362.02.07.01
Variety test plots of alfalfa, 1919
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B.L. 1919 – F.C. 1. Variety test plots of alfalfa seeded 1918 and photographed 1919, showing strong marginal growth in bloom around each 1 x 4 – rod plot and very dwarf, non-blooming growth in centre. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 11.
Location: 0362.02.07.02
Sunflowers for the silo, 1920
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B.L. 1920 – F.C. 8. A ton and a half of sunflowers for the silo.
Location: 0362.02.07.03
Cutting sunflowers, 1920
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B.L. 1920 – F.C. 11. Cutting sunflowers at Beaverlodge, October, 1920. Used 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 2.
Location: 0362.02.07.04
Clover, alfalfa and sweet clover plots, 1921
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1921 – 3 [F.C.] Clover, alfalfa and sweet clover plots on tight clay subsoil, 1921. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 12.
Location: 0362.02.07.05
Specimen plots of alsike and common red clover, 1921
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1921 – 4 [F.C.] Specimen plots of alsike and common red clover, 1′ and 1 1/2′ tall, respectively, seeded June 16, 1920, with seed treated with nitro-culture from Division of Botany, Ottawa. Yields alsike, 1142lb. per acre. Common red, 2631lb. Third week July. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.07.06
Comparing four legumes as hay crops, 1921
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[F.C.] 1921 – 14. Comparing four legumes as hay crops, all seeded with nurse crop oats in 1920, being third successive grain crop following breaking. Sweet clover (right), 1945lb. per acre. Common red, 1335lb; Alsike, 700lb; and alfalfa, 1539lb.
Location: 0362.02.07.07
In the shelter of the sunflowers, 1921
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1921 – 40. [F.C.] In the shelter of the Sunflowers August, 1921. Sale of Planting test, Garden Crop.
Location: 0362.02.07.08
Alfalfa and clover roots, 1921
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1921 – 51 [F.C.] Alfalfa and clover roots in tight clay subsoil, 1921. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 13.
Location: 0362.02.07.09
Oats, peas, vetches, and weeds, 1921
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1921 – 53 [F.C.] Oats, peas, vetches and weeds in O.P.V. Mixture in Dry Summer of Spring-Plowing. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 4.
Location: 0362.02.07.10
Corn and sunflowers, 1921
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1921 – 59 (Prior) [F.C.] Corn and sunflowers in garden D. of P. test. Sunflower yields up to 44 tons per acre.
Location: 0362.02.07.11
Alfalfa showing variable height due to subsoil moisture conditions, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 16. [F.C.] Alfalfa on hillside in extremely dry season of 1922 showing variable height due to subsoil moisture conditions. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 18.
Location: 0362.02.07.12
Alfalfa as drought resister, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 18. [F.C.] Alfalfa as a drought resister.
Location: 0362.02.07.13
Trench dug to trace alfalfa roots, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 19 [F.C.] Trench dug in area of alfalfa to trace alfalfa roots. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 19.
Location: 0362.02.07.14
Alfalfa roots in sand and clay subsoil, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 21 [F.C.] Alfalfa roots in sand and clay subsoil. 16-months’ stand. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 20.
Location: 0362.02.07.15
Alfalfa for seed, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 22 [F.C.] Alfalfa for seed, Beaverlodge. Rows seeded 1918, ripening seed crop in 1922. (Photo Beaverlodge Experimental Station). Used in 1935 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 25.
Location: 0362.02.07.16
Common biennial sweet clover for seed production, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 24. [F.C.] Common biennial sweet clover (white blossom) for seed production 1922. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.07.17
Ontario Exp. Union Test of Biennial Sweet clover against Hubam, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 26 [F.C.] Ontario Exp. Union Test at Beaverlodge, Alberta, of Biennial Sweet clover (left) against Hubam (right) for seed production. Neither matured any seed worth mentioning. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 30.
Location: 0362.02.07.18
Late Swedish clover versus alfalfa, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – F.C. 1. Late Swedish clover versus alfalfa. Both seeded 1922. Photographed 1923 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 33.
Location: 0362.02.07.19
Late Swedish clover versus biennial sweet, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – F.C. 2. Late Swedish clover versus biennial sweet, both seeded in 1922. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 34.
Location: 0362.02.07.20
Variety test with Millet, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – F.C. 3. Variety Test with Millet, Beaverlodge 1923. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 5.
Location: 0362.02.07.21
Sunflowers for fodder, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – F.C. 5. Sunflowers for fodder, 1923. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 1.
Location: 0362.02.07.22
Grasses and legumes in nurse-crop test, 1925
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B.L. 1925 – F.C. 1. View, from north, of grasses and two legumes in 1922 seeding of nurse-crop test. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.07.23
Field corn in variety test, 1925
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B.L. 1925 – F.C. 3. Field corn in variety test, 1925. Quebec 28 and Howes Alberta Flint. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 3.
Location: 0362.02.07.24
Harvesting variety test plots of fodder corn, 1925
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B.L. 1925 – F.C. 9. Harvesting variety test plots of fodder corn. Photographed by R. E. Leake.
Location: 0362.02.07.25
Third-year crop of alsike and common red, 1926
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B.L. 1926 – F.C. 3. Third-year crop of alsike and common red. Wet summer following mild winter. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 35.
Location: 0362.02.07.26
Cutting sweet clover for seed, 1926
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B.L. 1926. – F.C. 4. Cutting sweet clover for seed, 1926. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 29.
Location: 0362.02.07.27
Alfalfa roots for stand seeded in rows, 1926
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B.L. 1926 – F.C. 5. Alfalfa roots from stand seeded 1923 in rows. Photographed 1926 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 21.
Location: 0362.02.07.28
Variety test grasses after a hard winter, 1927
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B.L. 1927 – F.C. 1. Variety test grasses after hard winter. Western rye perfect stand; per. rye almost killed, other grasses suffered. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 7.
Location: 0362.02.07.29
Alfalfa seeded with homegrown seed, 1927
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B.L. 1927 – F.C. 8. Alfalfa seeded 1923 with homegrown seed. Photo taken in 1927. Used in 1933 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 3.
Location: 0362.02.07.31
Alfalfa seeded with uninoculated seed, 1929
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B.L. 1929 – F.C. 4.. Alfalfa seeded July, 1928 with uninoculated seed. Photo July 15. Hand held at 2-foot mark. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 36.
Location: 0362.02.07.33
Alfalfa seeded with inoculated seed one week before sowing, 1929
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B.L. 1929 – F.C. 5. Alfalfa seeded July, 1928. Seed treated soil-glue method one week in advance of sowing, July 15, 1929. Hand on stake at 2′ mark. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 38.
Location: 0362.02.07.34
Reed canary grass, 1931
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B.L. 1931 – F.C. 1. Reed canary grass, 1931. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 10.
Location: 0362.02.07.35
Grass plots, 1931
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B.L. 1931 – F.C. 2. Grass plots, 1930 seeding. Brome, Fyra W. rye, Grazier W. rye, Crested wheatgrass, and timothy. July 16, 1931. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 8.
Location: 0362.02.07.36
Timothy and brome, 1932
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Timothy and Brome 1931 seeding of variety test grasses. July 18. Hay yields 2906lbs. and 5276lbs. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 26 (1941) and in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 8.
Location: 0362.02.07.37
Cutting sweet clover, 1934
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B.L. 1934 – F.C. 5. Cutting sweet clover in 1933 seeding of G. of C. test, July 5, 1934. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 30.
Location: 0362.02.07.38
Timothy Crested wheatgrass, Western ryegrass, and brome, 1934
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B.L. 1934. – F.C. 7. Timothy Crested wheatgrass, Western ryegrass and brome in G. + C. test, 1933 seeding, Set 4, July 14. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 9.
Location: 0362.02.07.39
Sweet clover and alfalfa aftermath, 1934
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B.L. 1934 – F.C. 8. Sweet clover (left) and alfalfa (right) aftermath in the G. + C. test (Set 2) 1933 seeding. First cutting July 6. Picture taken September 3 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 32.
Location: 0362.02.07.40
Hay crop, 1934
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B.L. 1935. F.C. 2. Eleventh annual hay crop from the Grimm Brooks Set 1 plot of the 1923 seeding alfalfa on exposed knoll. Yield. Photographed on July 13 by E. C. Stacey. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 25.
Location: 0362.02.07.41
Alfalfa variety test, 1935
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B.L. 1935 – F.C. 3 and 22. Alfalfa variety test, 1932 seeding. Cusack in Ladak first cutting July 13. Mower-bar in aftermath, August 27. Photographed by E.C. Stacey and W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 26.
Location: 0362.02.07.42
Effect of old roadway on third annual crop of grasses, 1935
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B.L. 1935 – F.C. 20. Effect of old roadway on third annual crop of grasses. Crested wheat on roadway 38″. Elsewhere 27″. Western ryegrass on roadway 38″. Elsewhere 32″. Photographed by E. C. Stacey. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 41.
Location: 0362.02.07.43
Hybrid field corn, 1941
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B.L. 1941 – F.C. 4. Hybrid field corn in Variety Test, September 9. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 47.
Location: 0362.02.07.44
Orchard, 1918
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B.L. 1918. (H). Orchard from woodpile, 1918.
Location: 0362.02.08.001
Small-fruit plantation orchard and shelter belt, 1921
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1921 – 2 [H] The small-fruit plantation orchard and shelter belt in 1921. Lady standing beside Chinese lilacs. Common lilacs shown as small buses in foreground.
Location: 0362.02.08.002
New Red Dutch currants, 1921
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1921 – 28 [H] A well-laden bush of New Red Dutch currants. Six bushes yielded 72 lb. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.003
Picking currants, 1921
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1921 – 29 [H] Picking currants on Experimental Station. 53 bushes of red, white and black yielded 295 lb. in 1921. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.004
Orchard, windbreak and small fruit plantation, 1921
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1921 – 30 [H] Orchard, windbreak and small fruit plantation in 1921. Photo from top of silo.
Location: 0362.02.08.005
Vegetable marrow, 1921
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1921 – 34 [H.] Vegetable Marrow, August, 1921.
Location: 0362.02.08.006
Sweet corn, 1921
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1921 – 36 [H] Sweet Corn at Beaverlodge Experimental Station August 1921. Pickaninny in foreground ready to use.
Location: 0362.02.08.007
Among the flowers, 1921
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1921 – 52 [H.] Among the flowers.
Location: 0362.02.08.008
22lb. Pumpkin, 1921
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1921 – 58 (Prior). [H] A 22-lb. pumpkin grown in the open.
Location: 0362.02.08.009
Albright house and orchard, 1918, 1921
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Top. B.L. 1918 Series – H. 5 ; Bottom. 1921 – 61 [H] Residence and orchard from southwest. Bottom photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.010
Early Rose potatoes, 1921
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1921 – 63 [H.] Early Rose potatoes. Largest 8″ long and 2lb. 2oz. in weight. Regular in shape except for one very slight knob. Grown on unmanured land. Cropped in 1920.
Location: 0362.02.08.011
Effect of sprouting potatoes, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 46 [H.] Effect of sprouting potatoes. Planted June 1, 1922. Sprouted, 202 bushels per acre. Unsprouted, 129 bushels. Used in 1933 lecture as Pot 1.
Location: 0362.02.08.012
A flowerbed in August, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 48 [H] A flower bed in August, Beaverlodge Station. Gladioli in the rear. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.013
A flowerbed in September, 1922
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B.L. 1922 – 49 [H.] A flower bed in September, Dominion Experimental Station. Cosmos conspicuous in foreground. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.014
Small-fruit plantation, shelterbelt and apiary, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 1. Glimpse of small-fruit plantation, Beaverlodge, 1923, with shelterbelt and apiary.
Location: 0362.02.08.015
Tulips blooming in May, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 1b. Tulips blooming in May, 1923.
Location: 0362.02.08.016
A late picking of Herbert raspberries, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 2. A late picking of Herbert raspberries, Beaverlodge, 1923.
Location: 0362.02.08.017
A late picking of Herbert raspberries, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 2a. A late picking of Herbert raspberries. Beaverlodge, 1923.
Location: 0362.02.08.018
A flowerbed, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 4a. A flower bed, Beaverlodge.
Location: 0362.02.08.019
First dahlia to bloom from seed, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 5. First dahlia ever blooming from seed, Beaverlodge (Double pompon).
Location: 0362.02.08.020
Gathering gladioli, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 7. Gathering gladioli, 1923.
Location: 0362.02.08.021
Gladioli grown with artificial protection, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 8. Gladioli grown with artificial protection. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 92.
Location: 0362.02.08.022
Country Gentlemen potatoes, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 11. Country Gentleman potatoes, 1923. Yield 463 bushels 58 lbs. per acre marketable. Used in 1933 lecture as Pot. 2.
Location: 0362.02.08.023
Compound potato, 1923
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1923 – H. 12. A compound (or complex) potato over three pounds in weight. Not room in the hill for these to grown separately.
Location: 0362.02.08.024
Tomatoes ripened in the open, 1923
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B.L. 1923 – H. 13. Tomatoes ripened in the open. More than a bushel ripened in open.
Location: 0362.02.08.025
Tartarian bush honeysuckle, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – H. 3. Tartarian bush honeysuckle, Beaverlodge, 1924.
Location: 0362.02.08.026
Caraganas set out in 1916, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – H. 4. A couple of caraganas set out in 1916. Now over 10 feet high. BeaverlodgeStation. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.027
Common lilac in bloom, 1924
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – H. 5. Common lilac in bloom (Condorcet).
Location: 0362.02.08.028
Effect of snow-water on lawn, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – H. 6. Effect of snow-water on lawn, 1924. Used in 1933 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 9.
Location: 0362.02.08.029
New Red Dutch currants, 1924
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – H. 9(a). New Red Dutch currants. Yield 15 1/2 lb. per bush, Beaverlodge. Beaverlodge Experimental Station.
Location: 0362.02.08.030
Home of A. P. Stevenson, Morden, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – H. 14. Home of late A. P. Stevenson, Morden, Manitoba. Apple trees in bloom. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 30.
Location: 0362.02.08.031
Peonies grown at Beaverlodge, 1924
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – H. 15. Peonies grown at Beaverlodge, 1924 from roots planted in spring of 1923. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.032
Six year’s change from growth of plantings, 1918, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1918 [H] and 1924 – H. 16. Six years’ change from growth of plantings. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 69.
Location: 0362.02.08.033
Using manure to hold snow moisture, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 3. Using manure to hold snow moisture. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 97.
Location: 0362.02.08.034
Darwin tulips, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 5. A close-up of Darwin tulips. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 99.
Location: 0362.02.08.035
Flower and vegetable garden, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 7. Flower and vegetable garden, August 1925. Beaverlodge Experimental Station. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.036
Chinese lilac in bloom, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 8. Chinese lilac in bloom. Bushes planted 1916. Now 9 and 10 feet high. Beaverlodge. Beaverlodge Experimental Station.
Location: 0362.02.08.037
Peonies and flags in bloom, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 10. Peonies and flags in bloom, third year from planting. Photographed by R. E. Leake.
Location: 0362.02.08.038
Rock-walled flower bed, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 15. A new rock-walled flower bed around Superintendent’s residence. Virginia creepers on wall. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.039
Variety test garden corn, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 16. Variety test garden corn. Banting in middle foreground. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 104.
Location: 0362.02.08.040
Ears of corn, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 17. Ears of corn, Beaverlodge, 1925, 10″ long, grained over 8″ long. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 116.
Location: 0362.02.08.041
Perennial lavatera in bloom, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 18. Perennial lavatera in bloom, August 1925. Planted spring of 1924. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.042
Champa sandcherries, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 21. Champa sandcherries, Beaverlodge 1925.
Location: 0362.02.08.043
Raspberries laid down for winter protection, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 23a. Raspberries laid down for winter protection.
Location: 0362.02.08.044
Varieties of potatoes grown at Beaverlodge, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 25. Varieties of potatoes grown at Beaverlodge 1925. Used in 1933 lecture as Pot. 3.
Location: 0362.02.08.045
Varieties of white potatoes grown at Beaverlodge, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1925 – H. 26. Varieties of white potatoes grown at Beaverlodge, 1925. Used in 1933 lecture as Pot. 4.
Location: 0362.02.08.046
Saskatoon hedge in bloom, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – H. 1 [T. + S.]. Saskatoon hedge in bloom, Beaverlodge. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 43.
Location: 0362.02.08.047
Bed of tulips, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – H. 7. Bed of tulips. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 94.
Location: 0362.02.08.048
Spirea arguta in bloom, 1926
2 lantern slides; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – H. 8. Spirea arguta (Snow garland) in bloom, May, 1926, planted 1916, Beaverlodge. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 70.
Location: 0362.02.08.049
Peonies at Beaverlodge, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – H. 12. Peonies at Beaverlodge, 1926. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.050
Siberian perennial lavatera, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – H. 13. Siberian perennial lavatera. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 88.
Location: 0362.02.08.051
Hollyhocks blooming in September, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – H. 14. Hollyhocks blooming in September on outdoor-wintered roots, Beaverlodge. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.052
White currants, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – H. 22. White currants at Beaverlodge, 1926. Yield 15lbs. 14oz. per bush (White Cherry). Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 65.
Location: 0362.02.08.054
Tartarian honeysuckle in bloom, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – H. 1. Tartarian honeysuckle in bloom, June 25. Scotch pine on left. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.055
Native saskatoons and native spruce, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – H. 2 [T. + S.] Native saskatoons and native spruce planted 1919. Photographed June, 1927 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 37.
Location: 0362.02.08.056
Chinese lilac, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – H. 3. Chinese lilac, 1927. Planted 1916. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 51.
Location: 0362.02.08.057
A canary vine on a woodpile, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – H. 8. [F1.] A canary vine on woodpile, 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 34.
Location: 0362.02.08.058
General McArthur rose in bloom, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – H. 15. General McArthur rose in bloom. September 2, 1927. Planted 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.060
Vegetables grown at Beaverlodge Experimental Substation, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – H. 19. A collection of vegetables [grown at the Substation]. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.061
Tartarian honeysuckle in full bloom, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 4. Tartarian honeysuckle in full bloom, June 13. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 44.
Location: 0362.02.08.062
General McArthur rose, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 11. General McArthur rose, September 26. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.063
Native Mountain Ash, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 15. Native Mountain Ash transplanted from top of Saskatoon Mountain. Photo September 22. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.064
A flowerbed, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 17. A flower bed. Nasturtiums in foreground. Photographed by McDermid Studios. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 90.
Location: 0362.02.08.065
A flowerbed, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 18 Flower bed, poppies in foreground. Photographed by McDermid Studios.
Location: 0362.02.08.066
Hollyhocks in bloom, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 19. Hollyhocks in bloom, September 28. Photographed by McDermid Studios. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 95.
Location: 0362.02.08.067
Row of Herbert raspberries in fruit, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 21. Row of Herbert raspberries in fruit, September, 1928. Photographed by McDermid Studios. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 68.
Location: 0362.02.08.068
Saskatoon hedge fruiting, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 22. Saskatoon hedge fruiting, September. Photographed by McDermid Studios. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 41.
Location: 0362.02.08.069
Manitoba wild plums, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – H. 23. Manitoba wild plums. Photographed in 1928 by McDermid Studios. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 68.
Location: 0362.02.08.070
Osman crab tree in bloom, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 1. Osman crab tree in bloom, June 4, four years after planting. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.071
Florence crabapple tree fruiting, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 3. Florence crabapple tree fruiting in 1929. Planted 1926. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 87.
Location: 0362.02.08.072
Spirea Van Houttei, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 6. Spiraea Van Houttei, planted 1928 and covered with snowbanks in 1928-29. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 71.
Location: 0362.02.08.074
Georges Bellair Lilac in bloom, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 9. Georges Bellair Lilac in bloom, June 23, 1929. Planted at Beaverlodge, 1916. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 53.
Location: 0362.02.08.075
Peonies in perennial border, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 13. Peonies in perennial border, Beaverlodge, July 13, 1929. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 101.
Location: 0362.02.08.076
Peonies blooming, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 14. Peonies blooming, July 13. Festiva maxima. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 87.
Location: 0362.02.08.077
Hugh Dickson rose, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 15. Hugh Dickson rose. Planted 1927. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 71 h.
Location: 0362.02.08.078
Souvenir de Claudius Pernet rose, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 16. Souvenir de Claudius Pernet rose (cream-coloured). Planted 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 67.
Location: 0362.02.08.079
Case of Herbert raspberries, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 17. Case of Herbert raspberries, August, 1929. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 69.
Location: 0362.02.08.080
East view of Albright house, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – H. 21. East view of Superintendent’s residence, September 10, 1929. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 72.
Location: 0362.02.08.081
Osman crabapple tree in bloom, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – H. 6. Osman crabapple tree in bloom, June 9. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 75.
Location: 0362.02.08.082
Elderberry with fruit just formed, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – H. 8. Elderberry with fruit just formed. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 77.
Location: 0362.02.08.083
General McArthur rose, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – H. 16. General McArthur rose. Planted 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 60.
Location: 0362.02.08.085
General McArthur rose, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – H. 16. General McArthur rose; planted 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 75.
Location: 0362.02.08.086
Hansa roses in bloom, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – H. 17. Hansa roses in bloom. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 56.
Location: 0362.02.08.087
Perennial phlox, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – H. 18. Perennial phlox. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 90.
Location: 0362.02.08.088
Native Mountain Ash, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – H. 19. Native Mountain Ash, September 9, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.089
Van Houttei spiraea, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 4 and 5. Van Houttei spiraea, 1931. Upper one protected with mound of earth over winter. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 71a.
Location: 0362.02.08.090
Scotch pine affected with bark beetles, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 8. Scotch pine affected with bark beetles. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 44.
Location: 0362.02.08.091
Betty Bland rose in bloom, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 10. Betty Bland rose in bloom. Received 1929 from C.E.F., Ottawa. Photographed July 8, 1931 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 58.
Location: 0362.02.08.092
Iris in bloom, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 12. Iris in bloom, July 11. Variety Loreley, Mithras or Albert Victor? Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 85.
Location: 0362.02.08.093
Pyrethrum blooming, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L .1931 – H. 13. Pyrethrum blooming. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.094
Delphinium in bloom, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 15. Delphinium in bloom, July 11. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 86.
Location: 0362.02.08.095
Golden elder, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 16. Golden elder (Sambucus canadensis aurea), August 28. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 63.
Location: 0362.02.08.096
Albright house, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 18. Superintendent’s residence from the east, September 3, 1931. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 74 (1937).
Location: 0362.02.08.097
Osman crabapple tree in fruit, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H 19. Osman crabapple tree in fruit, 1931. Yield 10 1/2 lbs. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 92.
Location: 0362.02.08.098
Florence crabapple trees in fruit, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 25. Florence crabapple tree in fruit about September 9, bearing its second crop of 6lbs. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 93.
Location: 0362.02.08.099
Rockery around Albright house foundation, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 26. [Sundry] Rockery around house foundation, September 9. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 114.
Location: 0362.02.08.100
Native Mountain Ash, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 27. Native Mountain Ash, September 9. Transplanted 1921 from Saskatoon Mountain. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 64.
Location: 0362.02.08.101
First two standard apples on Beaverlodge Station, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 37. “Adam” and “Eve”. First two standard apples on Beaverlodge Station (Hibernal variety). September 23. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 74.
Location: 0362.02.08.102
Curved driveway banked with shrubbery, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 38. [Sundry]. Curved driveway banked with shrubbery. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 64.
Location: 0362.02.08.103
Dominion Experimental Station, Beaverlodge, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – H. 39. Dominion Experimental Station, Beaverlodge, September, 1931. Panorama of lawns, buildings, etc. Photographed by R. E. Leake. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 135.
Location: 0362.02.08.104
Spiraea sorbifolia, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 [Hort] Spiraea sorbifolia. Photo submitted by Foppe R. Ganzeveld, Buffalo Lake, 1931. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 71b.
Location: 0362.02.08.105
Orchard, etc., 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 H. 7; B.L. 1932. H. 30. Orchard, etc., March 31 and September 5. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 141.
Location: 0362.02.08.106
May Day tree in bloom, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932. H. 15. May Day tree in bloom on June 1, 1932. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 54.
Location: 0362.02.08.107
Darwin tulips in bloom, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 – H. 17. Darwin tulips in bloom on June 7, 1932. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 83.
Location: 0362.02.08.108
Oriental spiraea in bloom, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 – H. 18. Oriental spiraea. In bloom on June 7, 1932. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 55.
Location: 0362.02.08.109
Scotch Rose in bloom, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 – H. 18. Oriental spiraea. In bloom on June 7, 1932. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 55.
Location: 0362.02.08.110
Harison yellow rose in bloom, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 H. 20. Harison yellow rose in bloom July 2, 1932. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 59.
Location: 0362.02.08.111
Agnes rose, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 – H. 21. Agnes rose, July 2. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.112
Variety test corn, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 – H. 35. Specimen ears of corn grown in the variety test. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 105.
Location: 0362.02.08.114
Most of the Station’s apple and crabapple crop, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932. H. 39. Most of the Station’s apple and crabapple crop, 138lb. 8oz. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 76.
Location: 0362.02.08.115
Albright house, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932. H. 47. Superintendent’s Residence from East September 28. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 75.
Location: 0362.02.08.116
Elderberry bush ripening fruit, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932. H. 47. Superintendent’s Residence from East September 28. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 75.
Location: 0362.02.08.118
Varieties of onions grown at the Beaverlodge Experimental Substation, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 – H. 57. Varieties of onions grown at Substation. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 99.
Location: 0362.02.08.119
Interior of greenhouse, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1933 – H. 4. [Sundry] Interior of greenhouse from the south door. April 12. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 97.
Location: 0362.02.08.120
Prestoniae hybrid Lilac Francisca, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1933 – H. 9. Prestoniae hybrid Lilac Francisca. Planted 1930. Photographed July 6 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 66.
Location: 0362.02.08.121
Clumps of Saponaria ocymoides with dianthus in centre, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1933 – H. 10. Clumps of Saponaria ocymoides with dianthus in centre, July 6, 1933. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 91.
Location: 0362.02.08.122
Aster bed in bloom, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1933 – H. 13. Aster bed in bloom, September 2. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 94.
Location: 0362.02.08.123
Lawn, greenhouse and vegetable garden, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1933 – H. 14. [Sundry] Lawn, greenhouse and vegetable garden September 2. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.124
Native Mountain Ash on lawn in full bloom, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934. – H. 4. Native Mountain Ash on lawn in full bloom, June 1. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 46.
Location: 0362.02.08.125
Wild honeysuckle bush in full bloom, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – H. 6. Wild honeysuckle bush in full bloom. Planted about 1918. Photographed June 7, 1934 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 45.
Location: 0362.02.08.126
Hydrangea in bloom, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – H. 11. [T. + S.] Hydrangea (Peegee) in bloom, September 1, 1934. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 93.
Location: 0362.02.08.127
Ruby rhubard stalks, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – H. 14. Thirteen of the large stalks of Ruby rhubarb. Average height 25″. Average weight per stalk about 1lb. 14 oz. September 21. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 99.
Location: 0362.02.08.128
Flower beds in front of the greenhouse, 1935
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1935 – H. 5. Flower beds in front of the greenhouse, Sweet alyssum bordering beds of Harbinger Salvia in foreground. Dwarf Bedding Aster circular beds and Pink Gem Petunia immediately in front of Crimson Bedder Nicotiana. African Orange Daisies flanking dirt walk on extreme left. Photographed August 25 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 93.
Location: 0362.02.08.129
Hugh Dickson rose, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1936 – H. 8. Hugh Dickson rose planted 1927 and blooming August 29 for tenth successive season. Photographed by J. H. Crossley. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 61.
Location: 0362.02.08.131
Sweet corn and tomatoes, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1936 – H. 9. Sweet corn and tomatoes, August 29. J. H. Crossley holding a basin of “Buza’s Earliest Dwarf.” Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 96.
Location: 0362.02.08.132
Ryder’s Seedling dahlia of Coltness Gem type, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1936 – H. 10. Ryder’s Seedling dahlia of Coltness Gem type, grown at Beaverlodge and proving extraordinarily floriferous. Photographed August 29 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 92A.
Location: 0362.02.08.133
Preston hybrid lilac, 1937
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1937 – H. 2. Preston hybrid lilac, June 22, (var. Francisca). Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 50.
Location: 0362.02.08.134
Potted flowers in the greenhouse, 1937
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B. L. 1937 – H. 7. Potted flowers in the greenhouse, August 20. Tuberous begonias (singles, doubles, crispa, cristata, and pendula types), double petunias, cannas, oxalis tropaeloides, oxalis Cloth of Gold, wishbone flower, nicotiana, cockscomb, Browallia major. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 98.
Location: 0362.02.08.135
Vines of the N.D. Agric. Col. Tomato 216-2, 1937
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L.1937 – H. 13. Two vines from Beaverlodge-grown seed of the N.D. Agric. Col. Tomato 216-2 after some ripe fruit had been already picked. Photographed September 4. Mature fruit 2-6/16″ x 1-14/16″. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 97.
Location: 0362.02.08.136
Native mountain ash on the Beaverlodge Experimental Substation lawn, 1937
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1937 – H. 14. Native mountain ash on the lawn. Transplanted from Saskatoon Mountain, 1921. Photographed September 9 by J. H. Crossley. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 47.
Location: 0362.02.08.137
European and native mountain ash trees, 1937
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1937 – H. 20. European and native mountain ash raised from seed and growing east of the Experimental Building. The native is the low bushy shrub growing between the two taller Europeans, one only partly shown. Photographed September 16 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 48.
Location: 0362.02.08.139
May Day tree, 1938
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1938 – H. 3. May Day Tree . Prunus Padus commutate, in full boom May 27. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 54.
Location: 0362.02.08.140
Saskatoon hedge in bloom, 1938
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1938 – H. 5. Saskatoon hedge in bloom. Planted July, 1918. Photo May 28. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 40.
Location: 0362.02.08.141
Picardy gladioli, 1938
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1938 – H. 13. Picardy gladioli, Sept. 18. Girl holding the best one, which faced from the light. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.08.142
Charles X lilac, 1939
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1939 – H. 2. Charles X lilac obtained from Western Nurseries, 1933, and photographed June 10, 1939 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 51.
Location: 0362.02.08.143
Marie Lemoine, 1939
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1939 – H. 4. Marie Lemoine lilac received from Morden in 1929. Blooming June 13. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 52.
Location: 0362.02.08.144
Chinese lilac and caragana, 1939
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1939 – H. 7. Chinese lilac (Syringa villosa) and caragana west of Superintendent’s residence, June 23. Planted about 1924. Lilacs now 10 to 12 feet tall. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 49.
Location: 0362.02.08.145
White Saskatoons, 1939
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1939 – H. 13. A few remaining berries of a heavy crop of white saskatoons on bushes received from Western Nurseries, Brooks, Alberta, in autumn of 1928 and fruiting rather sparingly in most years since. Photographed August 24 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 42.
Location: 0362.02.08.146
Lilac in bloom, 1939
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1939 – H. 8. Lilac, Syringa Mandschurica (Bugnet, 1932), in bloom, July 9. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 53.
Location: 0362.02.08.146
Joanna Hill roses in bloom, 1940
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1940 – H. 8. New planting of Joanna Hill roses in bloom, August 30. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 62.
Location: 0362.02.08.148
Most of the Beaverlodge Substation’s 1940 crop of standard apples, 1940
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1940 – H. 15. Most of the Substation’s 1940 crop of standard apples (excepting windfalls and a few samples). Ten standard trees representing 7 different varieties ripened 71lbs. of good-sized apples. One Hibernal tree, which bore its first two apples in 1931, has had a few nearly every year since, climaxing its record in 1940 with 35lb. crop picked Sept. 30; photographed Oct. 2. There were also 590lb. of crabapples besides a quantity of unnamed seedlings not weighed. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 78.
Location: 0362.02.08.150
Transplanting an 11-foot spruce with a tractor, 1941
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1941 – H. 1. Transplanting an 11-foot spruce with a tractor. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 55A.
Location: 0362.02.08.151
Moving a spruce to a new site, 1941
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L.1941 – H. 3. Transplanting spruce with a tractor. Tree being moved to new site. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 55B.
Location: 0362.02.08.152
Spruce ready to be lowered into a new hole, 1941
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1941 – H. 4. Spruce ready to be lowered into new hole. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1942 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 55C.
Location: 0362.02.08.153
Colorado Blue Spruce, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H.] A Colorado Blue Spruce. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.154
Tartarian honeysuckle, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Tartarian honeysuckle. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.155
Tartarian honeysuckle, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Tartarian honeysuckle. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.156
Basswood tree, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] A Basswood tree. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.157
Douglas Fir, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Douglas Fir at Ottawa. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.158
Pine tree, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H.] Pine tree. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.159
Birch tree, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H.] Birch tree. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.160
Lombardy (?) poplar, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Lombardy (?) poplar. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.161
Perennial phlox, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H.] Perennial phlox. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.162
Flower border, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H.] Flower border. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.163
A vine-covered arbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H.] A vine-covered arbour. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.164
Gathering irises, etc., [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H.] Gathering irises, etc. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.165
Delphinium, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Delphinium. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.166
Irises, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Irises. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.167
Hollyhocks, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Hollyhocks. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.168
Sugar Maple, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Hort.] A Sugar Maple. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 51.
Location: 0362.02.08.169
Japanese lilac tree, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Hort.] Japanese lilac tree. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 68.
Location: 0362.02.08.170
Elm tree, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Hort. T. + S.] An elm tree. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 47.
Location: 0362.02.08.171
Spiraea?, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Spiraea? Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.172
Common lilac, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Common lilac. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 69.
Location: 0362.02.08.173
Pergola, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H.] Pergola. Ottawa slide. Slide provided by the Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.
Location: 0362.02.08.174
Caragana arborescens, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[H] Caragana arborescens. Ottawa slide. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 43.
Location: 0362.02.08.175
Exhibits in the foyer during the Capitol Theatre’s Fourth Annual Rose Show, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Exhibits in the foyer during the Capitol Theatre’s Fourth Annual Rose Show.
Location: 0362.02.08.176
Prize list of the Beaverlodge Rose Society, 1937
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Prize List of the Beaverlodge Rose Society, 1937.
Location: 0362.02.08.177
Methods of wintering roses, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Diagrams and information on methods of wintering roses.
Location: 0362.02.08.178
Albright home, 1918
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1918 – Pan. View A. [Misc] Superintendent’s home in Grande Prairie. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 64.
Location: 0362.02.09.01
Panoramic view of the Beaverlodge Substation, looking north, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – Pan. 15-16. [Misc.] Panoramic view, Beaverlodge Experimental Station, looking northward.
Location: 0362.02.09.02
Exp. Building, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 18. [Misc.] Exp. Building, erected 1920. Photographed 1921.
Location: 0362.02.09.03
Picnic Day, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 25. [Misc.] Picnic Day, August 5, 1921. Inspecting plots.
Location: 0362.02.09.04
Metamorphosis of a log house 1, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1921 – 50 [Misc.] 1. Metamorphosis of a log house (1921). Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 111 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 66.
Location: 0362.02.09.05
Metamorphosis of a log house 2, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 52 [Misc.] 2. Metamorphosis of a log house. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 112 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 67.
Location: 0362.02.09.06
Metamorphosis of a log house 3, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 53 [Misc.] 3. Metamorphosis of a log house. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 113 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 68.
Location: 0362.02.09.07
Wild Duck, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 65. [Misc.] Wild duck half-grown strayed into boarding house. Photographed by G.S. Moyer.
Location: 0362.02.09.08
Mrs. Mary Thompson by her home, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – Misc. 6 (Mrs. Thompson). The late Mrs. Mary Thompson by her vine-clad home, Bear Lake, Grande Prairie district, 1924. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 54.
Location: 0362.02.09.09
Mrs. Mary Thompson’s garden, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – Misc. 7. (MRS. THOMP) Mrs Mary Thompson’s garden. August, 1924.
Location: 0362.02.09.10
Home of Mrs. Mary Thompson, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – Misc. 7a. Home of the late Mrs. Mary Thompson, Bear Lake, Grande Prairie district. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 21.
Location: 0362.02.09.11
Apples in Mrs. Mary Thompson’s garden, 1924
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – Misc. 9. (MRS. THOMPSON) Apples in the late Mrs. Mary Thompson’s garden. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 74.
Location: 0362.02.09.12
Mrs. Mary Thompson’s garden, [ca. 1924]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 (?) – Misc. Mrs. Mary Thompson’s garden.
Location: 0362.02.09.13
Mrs. Mary Thompson’s house, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1924 – Misc – ? Mrs. Mary Thompson’s house.
Location: 0362.02.09.14
June snowbanks at Beaverlodge Experimental Substation, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – Misc. 1. Snow banks on experimental grounds, June 11, 1924, fourth day after commencement of storm. Used in 1933 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 12.
Location: 0362.02.09.15
Experimental plots, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – Misc. 7. Experimental plots, Beaverlodge, 1926. Looking N.W. from top of silo.
Location: 0362.02.09.16
Beaverlodge Experimental Substation, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – Misc. 11. Exp. Building, Superintendent’s residence and cattle sheds. September, 1926. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 70.
Location: 0362.02.09.17
Albright children in front of a Siberian perennial lavatera, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – Misc. 12. Bruce, Gordon and Eileen in front of a Siberian perennial lavatera. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.09.18
Scrub breaking, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – Misc. 17. Scrub breaking with four horses on bush breaker, C. F. Lossing, 1926. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 6.
Location: 0362.02.09.19
A deserted homesteader’s shack, 1926
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1926 – Misc. 19. A deserted homesteader’s shack. Roof garden only redeeming feature. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B.7.
Location: 0362.02.09.20
Albright house, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – Misc. 1. View of house from east. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 115 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 71.
Location: 0362.02.09.21
Experimental Station Buildings, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – Misc. 5. Experimental Station Buildings from S.E. September 9, 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.09.22
Beaverlodge Experimental Substation garden, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – Misc. 7. View of garden. Beaverlodge. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.09.23
Albright house and lawn, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – Misc. 8. Lawn and Superintendent’s residence from silo. Beaverlodge valley in distance. September 7, 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.09.24
Pile of posts, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 1. Pile of posts sharpened ready for driving.
Location: 0362.02.09.25
Bruce Albright and his woodpile, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 4. Bruce and his woodpile. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 35 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 61.
Location: 0362.02.09.26
Albright house and lawn, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 6. View of Superintendent’s house and lawn from silo. August 18, 1928. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.09.27
Valhalla and Teepee Creek neighbourhood picnic, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 8. Looking over garden on local picnic day (Valhalla and Teepee Creek neighbourhood picnic). Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 128.
Location: 0362.02.09.28
Beaverlodge Experimental Substation grounds, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 10. Buildings, lawn, shrubbery, etc. Photographed by McDermid Studios.
Location: 0362.02.09.29
President E. W. Beatty and party, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 10. President E. W. Beatty and party, Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 123.
Location: 0362.02.09.30
Edmonton Board of Trade visit to Beaverlodge Experimental Substation, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928. – Misc. 11a. 425 people, July 28. Visit of Edmonton Board of Trade.
Location: 0362.02.09.31
Orchard apiary and windbreak, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 12. Orchard apiary and windbreak from top of silo.
Location: 0362.02.09.32
Address by His Excellency Viscount Willingdon, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 12a. His Excellency Viscount Willingdon, addressing company. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 122.
Location: 0362.02.09.33
Entertaining the Edmonton Board of Trade, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – Misc. 15a. Entertaining the Edmonton Board of Trade. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 130.
Location: 0362.02.09.34
View of lawn, house, orchard, and shelter belt, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – Misc. 19. Pan. a. b. View of lawn, house, orchard and shelter belt from silo, 1929. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.09.35
Albright house, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – Misc. 2. View of Superintendent’s Residence from the east. Beaverlodge. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 73.
Location: 0362.02.09.36
Beaverlodge Experimental Substation grounds, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – Misc. 3. Lawn hedge, hollyhocks, buildings, etc. September 11.
Location: 0362.02.09.37
Experimental Substation staff, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – Misc. 5. Experimental Substation staff, summer of 1930. Photographed by R. E. Leake. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 1.
Location: 0362.02.09.38
Valhalla and Riverside picnic, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1932 – Misc. 1. Valhalla and Riverside picnic. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 129.
Location: 0362.02.09.39
Substation staff, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932. Misc. 5. Sub-station staff. Photographed by R. E. Leake. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 1.
Location: 0362.02.09.40
Looking east from the Albright house, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 Misc. 12. Looking East from Superintendent’s Residence September 1932. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 120.
Location: 0362.02.09.41
Visit of Lord and Lady Bessborough at the Dominion Experimental Substation, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1933 – Misc. 9A. Arrival of their Excellencies, Lord and Lady Bessborough at the Dominion Experimental Sub-station, August 10.
Location: 0362.02.09.42
Albright house, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1933. – Misc. 11a. Superintendent’s house from east, September 2. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 76.
Location: 0362.02.09.43
Bedaux party, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934. – Misc. 3. Bedaux party showing the third, fourth and fifth of five Citroen trucks approaching Beaverlodge. July 12, 1934.
Location: 0362.02.09.44
Visitors from DeBolt at the forage-crop field day, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – Misc. 6. Truck-load of DeBolt people at the forage-crop field day, Beaverlodge July 25, 1934.
Location: 0362.02.09.45
P. R. Cowan demonstrating purity of wheat type at field day, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934. – Misc. 8. P. R. Cowan demonstrating purity of wheat type to crowd at elevator rest field day, August 18.
Location: 0362.02.09.46
Albright house, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – Misc. 11. Superintendent’s Residence from the east, September 3. Photographed as W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days as H.D. 77.
Location: 0362.02.09.47
Filling the concrete forms for new barn, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – Misc. Barn 4. Filling the concrete forms June 8, 1934, for Superintendent’s new barn. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 50.
Location: 0362.02.09.48
Building the upper part of the water reservoir, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – Misc. Barn 6. Building the upper part of the concrete water reservoir, July 3, 1934. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 51.
Location: 0362.02.09.49
Sawing pieces for barn rafters, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – Misc. Barn 7. Sawing 1 x 8 pieces to arc of a circle for rafters, July 5, 1934. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 52.
Location: 0362.02.09.50
Erecting the barn rafters, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934. – Misc. Barn 8. Erecting the rafters (view from old stable), July 9. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 53.
Location: 0362.02.09.51
Completed barn, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1934 – Misc. Barn 12. Completed barn from south-west, August 25. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 54 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 81.
Location: 0362.02.09.52
Albright house, 1935
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1935 – Misc. 11. Superintendent’s residence from the east. Camera in path through hedge. Photographed August 27 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture by H.D. 78.
Location: 0362.02.09.53
Albright house, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L .1936 – Misc. 12. House from the east by northeast, August 25. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 73.
Location: 0362.02.09.54
Visit of Ignatieff party from Eastern Canada, 1937
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1937. – Misc. 1. Ignatieff party of 37, chiefly students from Toronto and Montreal, along with a few leaders, visiting the Substation on July 6. Count Nicholas Ignatieff in charge. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 4 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 3.
Location: 0362.02.09.55
Address of Hon. J. G. Gardiner at Cereal field day, 1937
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1937 – Misc. 8. Hon. J. G. Gardiner, Dominion Minister of Agriculture addressing a crowd of 400 or more at the Cereal field day. Stars and Stripes flying as an international courtesy in honour of Dr. H. B. Humphrey. Photograph taken R. E. Leake. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 5 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 4.
Location: 0362.02.09.56
Albright house, 1937
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1937 – Misc. 11. Superintendent’s house from the northeast, August 20. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 116 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 80.
Location: 0362.02.09.57
Clipped roadsides in front of the Dominion Experimental Substation, 1939
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1939 – Misc. 18 1/2. Clipped roadsides in front of the Dominion Experimental Substation. Beaverlodge, August 22. Mowing twice a year has fairly well subdued the wild barley except on one hard, dry hillside where it cannot be clipped short enough to prevent seeding and where other grasses compete to ill advantage. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 118.
Location: 0362.02.09.58
Fencing at the Beaverlodge Experimental Substation, 1939
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1939 – Misc. 42. A section of rabbit fence board panel fence erected along C. I. Panels set on windward side of posts. Cleats project to permit raising the 5′ fence by one board if necessary, Photographed week ending November 25 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1940 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 80.
Location: 0362.02.09.59
Christmas afternoon, 1939
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1939 – Misc. 55. Christmas Afternoon. “December gently blew a rimy breath, And feath’ry phantasy of white did weave; Ethereal beauty every bush endowed; And knit a fairy gown for Christmas Eve. Next day King Sol rode through a cloudless sky; Bedecked the down with diamonds dazzling-bright; All Christmas Day celestial beauty reigned. The moon, resplendent, rode through jewelled night.” Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture by B. 119.
Location: 0362.02.09.60
Snow drifts, 1940
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1940 – Misc. 1. Beaverlodge snow drifts spaced two or three feet from tight board fence, showing how snow swirls away from the bottom of such a tight fence. Photographed March 25 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 81.
Location: 0362.02.09.61
Map of Mackenzie District, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack.] Map of Mackenzie District. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 2.
Location: 0362.02.10.02
Map of Mackenzie District, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack.] Map of Mackenzie District.
Location: 0362.02.10.03
Map of Mackenzie River Basin, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack.] Map of Mackenzie River Basin. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 1.
Location: 0362.02.10.04
A river scape and cloud effect, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930. Misc. 1. A river scape and cloud effect. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 15.
Location: 0362.02.10.06
River scenery from the air, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Misc. 2. River scenery from the air. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 16.
Location: 0362.02.10.07
Aklavik Roman Catholic Mission Potato Garden, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Aklavik. 1. Roman Catholic Mission Potato Garden at Aklavik, N.W.T., July 11. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.10.08
Native girls at Aklavik Roman Catholic Mission, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Aklavik 2. Native girls at Roman Catholic Mission, July 11. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 63.
Location: 0362.02.10.09
Land and water scape in the Mackenzie Delta, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Aklavik 3. Land and water scape in the Mackenzie Delta. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 66.
Location: 0362.02.10.10
A “Coney” (Inconnu) fish of Aklavik, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930. – Aklavik 5. A “Coney” (Inconnu) fish of Aklavik, July 13. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 64.
Location: 0362.02.10.12
Fog hanging over ice in the Arctic Ocean, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Aklavik 6. Fog hanging over ice in the Arctic Ocean, July, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 67.
Location: 0362.02.10.13
Aklavik, N. W. T., 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack Aklavik] Aklavik, N.W.T. June, 1930. Photographed by K. M. Cooke. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 61.
Location: 0362.02.10.14
All Saints’ Hospital, Aklavik, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Aklavik] All Saints’ Hospital, Aklavik, North West Territories. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 65.
Location: 0362.02.10.15
Trapper’s cabin in Mackenzie River, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Aklavik] Trapper’s cabin in Mackenzie River, 35 miles south-east of Aklavik. Photographed by Kost.
Location: 0362.02.10.16
Home of Thomas Woodman, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Chip 1. Home of Thomas Woodman. Photograph taken in the dormant season. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 14.
Location: 0362.02.10.18
Wild Buffalo, Wood Buffalo Park, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Fitz] Wild Buffalo, Wood Buffalo Park. Alberta. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 19.
Location: 0362.02.10.19
Fort Fitzgerald looking north, [ca. 1930]
2 lantern slides; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Fitz.] Fort Fitzgerald looking north (A. 2566-29 Fitzgerald, Alberta). Photograph provided by the R.C.A.F. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 20.
Location: 0362.02.10.20
Steve Yanik between rod-row tests of wheat and oats, Fort Fitzgerald, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Fitz. 1a. Mack. 1930 – Fitz. 1b. Steve Yanik between rod-row tests of wheat and oats, July 19 (top) and July 3 (bottom). Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 22.
Location: 0362.02.10.21
Home of Steve Yanik, Fort Fitzgerald, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Fitz. 2. Home of Steve Yanik, Fort Fitzgerald, July. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 23.
Location: 0362.02.10.22
Chas. Hilker in field of tame hay, Fort Fitzgerald, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Fitz. 3 and 4. Chas. Hilker in field of tame hay (brome or timothy) July 5. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 17.
Location: 0362.02.10.23
All stages of transportation, Fort Fitzgerald, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Fitz. 6. All stages of transportation, July 22, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 21.
Location: 0362.02.10.25
Rev. Father Michel in potato garden, Fort Good Hope, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Ft. Good Hope 1. Rev. Father Michel in potato garden, July 13. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 54.
Location: 0362.02.10.27
Rev. Father Michel in Mission garden, Fort Good Hope, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Ft. Good Hope. 2 July 14th, 1930. Rev. Father Michel in Mission garden. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 56.
Location: 0362.02.10.28
Potatoes in Mission garden, Fort Good Hope, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930. – Good Hope 3. Potatoes, Mission garden, morning, July 14, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.10.29
Potatoes at Roman Catholic Mission, Fort Good Hope, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Good Hope 4. Potatoes at Roman Catholic Mission, July 14, Left, old garden. Right, spring-broken. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 55.
Location: 0362.02.10.30
Fort Hope, N. W. T., [ca.1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Ft Good Hope] A. 2644-48. Fort Hope, N.W.T. Photograph provided by the R.C.A.F.
Location: 0362.02.10.31
Eldorado Kitchen Garden, Great Bear Lake, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1932 Gr. Bear 2. Eldorado Kitchen Garden. Soil for garden was carried in sacks. Vegetables were grown summer, 1932. Photograph possibly taken by Mr. Michaels. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 51.
Location: 0362.02.10.33
Mouse-proof cache at Hay River, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack, 1930. Hay River 1. Mouse-proof cache at Hay River. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 36.
Location: 0362.02.10.35
Hay River, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Hay River 2. Hay River from a windmill tower, July 6. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 35.
Location: 0362.02.10.36
Herschel Island, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack Herschel Island] Herschel Island, Yukon Territory, July, 1930. Photographed by K. M. Cooke. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 69.
Location: 0362.02.10.38
Siberian ice, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Herschel Island] Siberian ice taken in Arctic, July, 1930. Photographed by K. M. Cooke.
Location: 0362.02.10.39
William and Miss Gordon in their garden, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 McM. 2. William and Miss Gordon in their garden. Marrowfat peas 36″ average height, one stalk 42″, July 2, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 3.
Location: 0362.02.10.41
William and Miss Gordon in their garden, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 McM. 3. Wm. and Miss Gordon in their garden. July 23. Marrowfat peas averaging 5′ tall. Some plants 6′. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 4.
Location: 0362.02.10.42
William and Miss Christina Gordon, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – McM. 4. William and Miss Christina Gordon, Fort McMurray, July 23 or 24. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.10.43
William Gordon in his turnip patch, McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – McM. 5. William Gordon in his turnip patch on July 24. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 6.
Location: 0362.02.10.44
William Gordon in his potato field, McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 McM. 6. William Gordon in his potato field, July 24. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 7.
Location: 0362.02.10.45
Mrs. G. S. Watt in potato garden, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – McM. 8. Mrs. G. S. Watt in potato garden on land broken in 1930. July 24, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.10.47
Dwarf peas in Angus Sutherland’s garden, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack 1930. McM. 9. Dwarf peas in garden of Angus Sutherland, July 23. Average height about 4′. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 5.
Location: 0362.02.10.48
C. Pott’s flower garden, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – McM. 10. C. Potts’ flower garden, July 23. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 12.
Location: 0362.02.10.49
C. Pott’s garden, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930. – McM. 11. Glimpse of C. Potts’ garden. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 10.
Location: 0362.02.10.50
Garden golf on C. Pott’s lawn, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 McM. 12. Garden golf on lawn of C. Potts, July 23, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 11.
Location: 0362.02.10.51
A Teepee, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – McM. 15. An Indian teepee, Fort McMurray, July, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.10.52
Home of Pat Ryan, Fort McMurray, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 McM. 16. Home of Pat Ryan, Fort McMurray, July 23. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 9.
Location: 0362.02.10.53
Col. J. K. Cornwall in Northern Traders’ garden, Fort Norman, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Norman 1. Col. J. K. Cornwall in Northern Traders’ garden, July 10. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 49.
Location: 0362.02.10.54
Dog chained at Fort Norman, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Norman 2. An Indian’s dog chained at Fort Norman. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 48.
Location: 0362.02.10.55
Fort Norman, N. W. T., [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Fort Norman] A. 2572-102. Fort Norman, N.W.T. Photograph provided by the R.C.A.F. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 46.
Location: 0362.02.10.56
Oil well near Norman, N. W. T., [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Norman] Oil well near Norman, N.W.T. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 47.
Location: 0362.02.10.57
Fort Resolution, N. W. T., 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Resolution] Fort Resolution, N.W.T. June,1930. Photographed by K. M. Cooke. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 33.
Location: 0362.02.10.58
Seedling apple trees at Fort Resolution, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack Resolution] Seedling apple trees at Fort Resolution. In 1930 enough fruit produced to make 20lbs jam. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 34.
Location: 0362.02.10.59
Sawmill near Resolution, N. W. T., [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Resolution] Sawmill near Resolution, Great Slave Lake, N.W.T.
Location: 0362.02.10.60
Potatoes at Roman Catholic Mission, Fort Simpson, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930. Simpson 1a. Potatoes at Roman Catholic Mission planted May 20. Photo July 7. Staked plant measured 10 3/4 inches. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 38.
Location: 0362.02.10.61
Potatoes at Roman Catholic Mission, Fort Simpson, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack 1930. Simpson 1b. Potatoes at R. C. Mission, July 17. Staked plant measured 21 1/2″ on July 14; 24″ on July 17. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 39.
Location: 0362.02.10.62
Home of Rev. C. F. Clarke, Fort Simpson, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930. Simpson 2. Home of Rev. C. F. Clarke, Fort Simpson, July 7. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 41.
Location: 0362.02.10.63
Potato garden of Rev. C. F. Clarke, Fort Simpson, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Simpson 3. Potato garden of Rev. C. F. Clarke, Anglican Missionary, July 7. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 40.
Location: 0362.02.10.64
Mrs. J. Gifford and daughter, Fort Simpson, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Simpson 4. Mrs. J. Gifford and daughter, July 7. Tomato plants in gasoline cans. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 42.
Location: 0362.02.10.65
Dog chained to stake at the waterfront, Fort Simpson, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Fort Simpson 5. An Indian’s dog chained to a stake at the waterfront, July, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.10.66
John W. Goodall in his potato garden, Fort Simpson, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930. Simpson 6. John W. Goodall in his potato garden, July 8. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 43.
Location: 0362.02.10.67
Fort Simpson, N. W. T., [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Fort Simpson] A. 2568-99. Fort Simpson, N.W.T. Photograph provided by the R.C.A.F. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 37.
Location: 0362.02.10.68
Netted Gem potatoes, Fort Simpson, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Simpson] Netted Gem potatoes (tops) September 19, 1930. Photographed by J. W. Goodall, Fort Simpson. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 44.
Location: 0362.02.10.69
Wheat crop at Roman Catholic Mission, Fort Smith, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Smith 2. Wheat crop at Roman Catholic Mission, July 4. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 28.
Location: 0362.02.10.71
Conibear home, Fort Smith, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Smith 4. Mr. and Mrs. Conibear’s home, July 4. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 30.
Location: 0362.02.10.73
Barns on Ryan Bros.’ Ranch, Fort Smith, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Ft. Smith. 6. Barns on Ryan Bros.’ Ranch, July 4, 1930. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.10.75
Wall signs in Joe Lanouette’s Restaurant, Fort Smith, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Smith] Wall signs in Joe Lanouette’s Restaurant, Fort Smith, N.W.T. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 26.
Location: 0362.02.10.77
Haymaking on Slave River, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Mack. Smith] Haymaking on Slave River. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 31.
Location: 0362.02.10.78
Vegetable garden of William Clarke, Thunder River, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 – Thunder River 1. Vegetable garden of William Clarke, July 13. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 58.
Location: 0362.02.10.79
William Clarke in his garden, Thunder River, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930. – Thunder River 2. William Clarke in his garden, July 13. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 57.
Location: 0362.02.10.80
Flora covered rock, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Mack. 1930 Wrigley 1. Rock 1200 feet high, covered with flora. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 45.
Location: 0362.02.10.82
Caribou crossing a lake in Northern Quebec, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
Caribou crossing a Lake in Northern Quebec. (L.S. 18). Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 52.
Location: 0362.02.10.84
White heather, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
White heather on Northern Plains. Used in To The Arctic By Air lecture as Mack. 70.
Location: 0362.02.10.86
J. D. Albright home, Beamsville, Ontario, 1913
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
Pers. 1913. Home of J. D. Albright, Beamsville, Ontario, 1913. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.11.01
Gordon Moyer with a package and Eileen and Bruce Albright with Christmas cake, [ca. 1915]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pers. 10. Gordon Moyer opening a box from home. Eileen and Bruce Albright holding Christmas cake. [In Pioneer album]. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 44.
Location: 0362.02.11.02
Albright family churning, [ca. 1915]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pers. 15. The family churning. W. D. Albright, Eileen and Bruce about 1915 or 1916. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 43.
Location: 0362.02.11.03
Albright family, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 63a. [Personal] Superintendent and family [1921 Station album].
Location: 0362.02.11.04
Albright children, [ca. 1923]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1923 (?) Personal. Bruce, Eileen and Gordon Albright . Photograph taken by W. D. Albright
Location: 0362.02.11.05
Gordon Albright and Towser, 1924
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Personal] 1924. Gordon Albright and Towser, 1924. Photograph taken by John Fixter. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 120.
Location: 0362.02.11.06
J. D. Albright home, Beamsville, Ontario, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1927 – P. 4. Vine-clad home of J. D. Albright, Beamsville, Ontario. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 12.
Location: 0362.02.11.07
Dinner party at Uncle Dan’s, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934 – Pers. 9. (Personally-owned slide) Dinner party at Uncle Dan’s, January 12, 1934 [1934 Station album]. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 15.
Location: 0362.02.11.08
Lebeueen’s stopping place, 1913
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series 1. Lebeueen’s stopping place on the Grouard-Peace-River trail mid-October, 1913. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 35.
Location: 0362.02.12.01
Mrs. Albright, Eileen Albright, and R. C. Lossing on Grouard Trail, 1913
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pion. Ser. 4. Mrs. Albright, young daughter, and father on Grouard Trail, mid-October, 1913. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 6.
Location: 0362.02.12.02
Mrs. Albright and R. C. Lossing on Grouard Trail, 1913
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series 5. Mrs. Albright and her father on the Grouard Trail, October 1913. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 36.
Location: 0362.02.12.03
Moving the portable steam engine of the Beaverlodge Industrial Co. Ltd., [ca. 1914]
2 lantern slides; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – 28. Moving the portable steam engine of the Beaverlodge Industrial Co. Ltd. Freighted in from Edson in 1914, this engine was used for threshing, gristing and sawing wood. It is still in use in 1929. Photograph taken by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 42.
Location: 0362.02.12.04
R. C. Lossing’s homestead, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pion. Ser. 47. R. C. Lossing’s homestead and script buildings.
Location: 0362.02.12.05
Lake Saskatoon, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series. Lake Saskatoon. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 53.
Location: 0362.02.12.06
Cartoon of the Carrell boys, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; sepia; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A. 1. How the Carrell boys came to Beaverlodge. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 8.
Location: 0362.02.12.07
Winter travel, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A. 2. Going to meeting in winter time. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 12.
Location: 0362.02.12.08
Oxen pulling a democrat buggy, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series A. 7. “Nig” and “Rock” on democrat. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 41.
Location: 0362.02.12.11
Darcy Gaudin at I. E. Gaudin’s first store, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A. 9. Darcy Gaudin at I. E. Gaudin’s first store north east of 36-71-10 W6th. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 32.
Location: 0362.02.12.12
O. H. “Rutabaga” Johnson and his rutabagas, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A.10. The late O.H. (“Rutabaga”) Johnson and his rutabagas. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 30.
Location: 0362.02.12.13
Horses helping oxen on the Edson Trail, [ca. 1915]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series A. 11. Charlie McNaught on the Edson Trail. Snatch team of horses helping a four-up of oxen. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 28.
Location: 0362.02.12.14
Old Beaverlodge School, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A. 12. Old Beaverlodge School. First public school in Grande Prairie District. Erected 1911. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 62.
Location: 0362.02.12.15
Girls playing tug-of-war, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A. 13. Girls’ tug-of-war, Beaverlodge. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 13.
Location: 0362.02.12.16
Older girls playing ball, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A. 13 1/2. The older girls playing, too. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 14.
Location: 0362.02.12.17
Leaving Edmonton with a threshing outfit, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A. 15. Leaving Edmonton with the first threshing outfit for Beaverlodge district. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 27.
Location: 0362.02.12.19
One of the first cars to come into the Peace under its own power, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – A. 16. The second? car to come into the Peace under its own power. (A. M. Bezanson). Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 29.
Location: 0362.02.12.20
Beaverlodge Darktown Minstrels, 1925
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series A. (Duplicate) Beaverlodge Darktown Minstrels, 1925.
Location: 0362.02.12.21
Christmas concert at Beaverlodge School, 1925
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series A. Christmas concert, 1925. Beaverlodge school.
Location: 0362.02.12.22
Christmas concert at Beaverlodge High School, 1927
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series A. Christmas Concert, Beaverlodge High School. 1927.
Location: 0362.02.12.23
Jackpine Wood Camp on Little Slave River, [ca. 1910]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston 7. The group at the Jackpine Wood Camp on Little Slave River. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 19.
Location: 0362.02.12.24
The Bull Outfit’s first upset on the trail, 1909
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston 9. The first upset experienced by the “Bull Outfit” on the trail. Mr. R. C. Lossing had a wagon with a 14′ reach and though an experienced teamster he was the first to tip over. It was learned that baled hay rides better on top of the load and hardware in the bottom. Those shown are J. M. (Mac.) Miller, Geo. Flint, Elias Smith, Wm. Crabbe and Mr. Lossing. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 22.
Location: 0362.02.12.25
Woodcutters at Shaw Point, 1909
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston – 13. Wood cutters at Shaw Point, 1909. D. C. Cranston loading, E. A. Smith, boss. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 20.
Location: 0362.02.12.26
Beaverlodge baseball team, [ca. 1910]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston. 16. One of the Beaverlodge baseball teams. Order, left to right, J. O. Johnson, Marley Sherk, “Pinky” Newgaard, Homer Jaque, Ralph Carrell, Herman Bieler, Percy Lee, Harry Cranston, Ed. Heller, Herman Riedrich, Hugh W. Allen. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 16.
Location: 0362.02.12.27
The Bull Outfit at Mac. Miller’s home, [ca. 1910]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston. 30. The “Bull Outfit” at Mac. Miller’s first home. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 24.
Location: 0362.02.12.28
O. H. Johnson’s first home and store, [ca. 1910]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston 34. O. H. Johnston’s first home and store, Stoney Point. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 31.
Location: 0362.02.12.29
Beaverlodge baseball team, 1912
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston 36. Beaverlodge Baseball Team, 1912. Standing Victor Burt, Herman Riedrich, H.W. Allen, Dave McLellan, and Jack Waller. Sitting: D. C. Cranston, Willie Pierce, Harry Cranston, Marley Sherk, Russ Walker. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 15.
Location: 0362.02.12.30
Second annual sports day at Lake Saskatoon, [ca. 1910]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston 42. Second annual sports day at Lake Saskatoon. The first burro to come to the Peace. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 17.
Location: 0362.02.12.31
Bull Outfit members looking for land at Beaverlodge, 1909
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Pioneer Series – D. C. Cranston 43. Members of “Bull Outfit” looking for land on arrival Beaverlodge, 1909. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 26.
Location: 0362.02.12.32
Transcendent crabapple trees near Athabasca, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Gen. 7. [Athabasca] Pair of Transcendent crabapple trees, orchard of the Watsons, Colinton, near Athabasca, June, 1931. 1 1/2 boxes per tree. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 73.
Location: 0362.02.13.001
Dr. and Mrs. G. Turesson and Dr. Kirk on the Athabasca ferry, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934 – Gen. Athabasca 1. Dr. and Mrs. G. Turesson and Dr. Kirk on the Athabasca ferry, July 28, 1934. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.002
Sweet-clover hay field near Athabasca, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934. – Gen. Athabasca 2. Sweet -clover hay field of I. Bausman, west of Athabasca, July 29, 1934. Bausman one of the early advocates of sweet clover in his district and was cutting large acreage with binder for hay. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 31.
Location: 0362.02.13.003
Crowds enjoying J. W. Abbott’s hospitality, 1939
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1939 – Gen. Bald. 5. Eighty-five or 90 victims of speechmaking and sight-seeing refreshed by J. W. Abbott’s hospitality, August 3. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.004
Header-barge outfit and barge stacks on the M. L. Prentiss farm, Bear Lake, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Top – 1933 – Gen. Bear Lake 1. Barge stacks in field of M. L. Prentiss, September 9. Bottom – 1933 – Gen. Bear Lake 5. Header-barge outfit on farm of M. L. Prentiss, G. Prairie. September 9. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 29 and in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 10.
Location: 0362.02.13.005
Wheat stooks in the Beaverlodge valley, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – G. 6. (B.L.) A mile and a half of wheat stooks in Beaverlodge valley. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.008
Wheat crop in Beaverlodge valley, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – G. 10. (B.L.) Wheat crop in Beaverlodge valley looking north east toward Beaverlodge. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.009
Wheat in the Beaverlodge valley, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1927 – G. 12. A mile and a half of wheat in the Beaverlodge valley, 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.010
Construction train steaming past old town of Beaverlodge, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[1928 – Gen. B.L.] Construction train steaming past old town of Beaverlodge, 1928. Photographed by R. E. Leake. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 45.
Location: 0362.02.13.011
Beaverlodge townsite, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928. G. 7 – + G. 8. [Gen. B.L.] Beaverlodge townsite, August 19 and August 26.
Location: 0362.02.13.012
Beaverlodge townsite, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – G – 8a + 8b. [Gen. B.L.] Beaverlodge townsite, September 23 (construction camp) and October 6. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.013
Beaverlodge, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – G. 8d. [Gen. B.L.] Beaverlodge from. S. W. of 1-72-10. November 24.
Location: 0362.02.13.014
Track-laying train south of Experimental Substation, 1928
2 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928. – G (resembling 16) [Gen. B.L.] Track-laying train south of Experimental Substation, Wembley-Hythe extension, November 21, 1928.
Location: 0362.02.13.017
Beaverlodge, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[1928 Gen. B.L.] Beaverlodge, 1928. Photographed by R. E. Leake.
Location: 0362.02.13.018
Beaverlodge, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[1928 Gen. B.L.] Beaverlodge, 1928. Photographed by R. E. Leake.
Location: 0362.02.13.019
Field of Garnet wheat on Bagnall farm, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[1928, – Gen. B.L.] Field of Garnet wheat on Bagnall’s farm, 1928. Photographed by McDermid Studios. Possibly used in Field Husbandry lecture as H. 2.
Location: 0362.02.13.020
W. J. Caldwell’s field of Victory oats, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – Gen. – 8. [B.L.] Field of Victory oats, W. J. Caldwell, Beaverlodge, 1929. Yield 112 bushels per acre. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 16.
Location: 0362.02.13.021
Field of Banner oats on W. D. Albright homestead, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – G. 19. Pan. a.b. Field of Banner oats on homestead of W. D. Albright, 1929. Estimated yield 90 bushels per acre. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 15.
Location: 0362.02.13.022
Freight train leaving Beaverlodge, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – Gen. 24. Freight training pulling out past six elevators, Beaverlodge, August, 1929. Photographed by R. E. Leake. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 47.
Location: 0362.02.13.023
Beaverlodge School, 1929
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1929 [Gen. B.L.] Beaverlodge school, November 29, 1929.
Location: 0362.02.13.024
Beaverlodge School, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[1930 Gen. B.L.] Beaverlodge School, 1930. Photographed by R. E. Leake. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 63.
Location: 0362.02.13.025
C. O. Pool’s field of Garnet wheat, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1930 – G. 8. C. O. Pool’s field of Garnet wheat, 1930. 48 bushels per acre. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 5.
Location: 0362.02.13.026
Dominion Experimental Station, Beaverlodge, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 Album – under Gen. [B.L.] Dominion Experimental Station, Beaverlodge, 1931. Photographed by R. E. Leake.
Location: 0362.02.13.027
Soil drifting south of the Beaverlodge Substation, 1938
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1938 – Gen. Beaverlodge 1. A bad case of soil drifting half a mile south of the Beaverlodge Substation. From field to the west about 2 inches of soil had blown off. Silt lying a foot deep on the highway grade and extending 8 rods across prairie to leeward. Most of the drifted field… Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 10.
Location: 0362.02.13.029
Gulch gouged out where a roadside ditch falls to the Beaverlodge River, 1938
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1938. Gen. Beaverlodge 3. Gulch 8 or 10 feet deep gouged out in a few years where a roadside ditch falls to the Beaverlodge River, Photo May 27, 1938. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 15.
Location: 0362.02.13.030
Berwyn Hospital, 1937
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1937 – Gen. Berwyn 1. The Berwyn Hospital, September 19. Front facing west. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 61.
Location: 0362.02.13.032
Farmstead of August Biegel, Bluesky, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Gen. 32. [Bluesky] Farmstead of August Biegel, Bluesky, Alberta. Barn and new house erected 1930 and old log house erected by Eddie Dodge. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 19.
Location: 0362.02.13.033
Brandon Experimental Farm, 1890
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Brandon] Brandon Experimental Farm, 1890.
Location: 0362.02.13.034
Brandon Experimental Farm, 1900
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[1900 – Gen. Brandon] Brandon Experimental Farm, 1900. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 36.
Location: 0362.02.13.035
Brandon Experimental Farm, 1923
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Brandon] Brandon Experimental Farm 1923. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 39.
Location: 0362.02.13.036
Squash, pumpkins, citron and marrows, Brandon Experimental Farm, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Brandon] Heap of squash, pumpkins, citron and marrows. Citrons on vines in foreground. Brandon Experimental Farm.
Location: 0362.02.13.037
Spruce hedge, Brandon Experimental Farm, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Brandon] Spruce hedge at Brandon Experimental Farm. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 59.
Location: 0362.02.13.038
Plums, Brandon Experimental Farm, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Brandon] Plums at Brandon Exp. Farm.
Location: 0362.02.13.039
Buffalo Lake visitors, [ca. 1925]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[1925 Gen. Buffalo Lake] Buffalo Lake visitors behind Siberian perennial lavatera (probably 1925).
Location: 0362.02.13.040
Some toppy whitefaces, Buffalo Lake, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934. – Gen. Buffalo Lake 1. Some toppy whitefaces fed in the spruce bluff by Engel Ganzeveld, May 7, 1934. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 17.
Location: 0362.02.13.041
R. E. Henderson home, Buffalo Lake, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Buffalo Lake] Home of R. E. Henderson, Buffalo Lake. Slide produced from a submitted snapshot.
Location: 0362.02.13.042
Corner of Allan Mercer’s home near Clairmont, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Clairmont] A corner of Allan Mercer’s home near Clairmont, Alberta. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 22.
Location: 0362.02.13.044
Log house of B. T. and J. S. Gray, Crooked Creek, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1933 – Gen. Crooked Creek. 1. Log house of B. T. and J. S. Gray. Crooked Creek, Alberta, August 16. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.045
Dawson Creek, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1930 – Gen. 9 [DAWSON CR] Dawson Creek, B.C., December 29, 1930.
Location: 0362.02.13.046
Crowd gathered for driving of the Golden Spike at Dawson Creek, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1930 – Gen. 10. [DAWSON CR] Crowd assembled, December 29, 1930, at Dawson Creek, B.C. at the driving of the Golden Spike celebrating completion of track laying on Hythe – Dawson Creek extension. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 48.
Location: 0362.02.13.047
Ready to drive the Golden Spike at Dawson Creek, 1930
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1930 – Gen. 13 [D.C.] Ready to drive the Golden Spike at Dawson Creek, December 29, 1930. Frank de Wetter with hammer, Knudson with case. Mrs. Chase ready to receive and hold spike. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 49.
Location: 0362.02.13.048
Farm home and shelter belt, Donnelly, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1932. Gen. Donnelly 1. Attractive farm home and shelter belt. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 24.
Location: 0362.02.13.050
Marquis and Reward in stook in A. B. Belanger’s variety test plots, Dreau, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Gen – Dreau 1. A. B. Belanger’s variety test plots, 1931. Marquis and Reward in stook. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Cereals lecture as C. 23.
Location: 0362.02.13.051
Volunteer field of sweet clover on Dreau Illustration Station, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1936 – Gen. Dreau 2. Volunteer field of sweet clover on Dreau Illustration Station, August 5. Field 15. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 43.
Location: 0362.02.13.052
Hollyhocks from spring-sown seed, Peace River, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Gen. Early 4. Hollyhocks from spring-sown seed, September 25. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 107.
Location: 0362.02.13.055
Seed ears of Sixty-Day Makegood sweet corn, Peace River, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Gen. – Early 5. Seed ears of Sixty-Day Makegood sweet corn, 6″ to 8″ long, J. B. Early, Peace River. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 103.
Location: 0362.02.13.056
Shocking corn on J. B. Early’s farm, Peace River, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Gen. Early 6. Shocking corn on irrigated farm of J. B. Early, Peace River, Alta. Sept. 25. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 95.
Location: 0362.02.13.057
A schoolboy’s home-made cart at Elmworth, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934 – Gen. Elmworth 3. A schoolboy’s home-made cart at Elmworth, June 20.Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 10.
Location: 0362.02.13.058
Reward wheat crop in rotation test, Fairview, 1931
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 [Gen] Fairview 1 + 2. Reward wheat crop in rotation test on the farm of Alex. McKenzie, Fairview, 1931. Used in 1933 Cereals lecture as C. 6.
Location: 0362.02.13.059
Crowd at Fairview Field Day, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1933 – Gen. Fairview 5. Crowd at Fairview Field Day, August 14. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.060
Manqum terrace, Fairview, 1937
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1937 – Gen. Fairview 1. Manqum terrace just completed on the farm of Alex. McKenzie, Fairview, Alberta, on June 1. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 18.
Location: 0362.02.13.061
Home of Maxim Gervais, Falher, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Gen. 10. [Falher] Home of Maxim Gervais, Falher, Alberta. June 16, 1931. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 22.
Location: 0362.02.13.062
Building used as the old Clifford store at Flying Shot Lake, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1933 – Gen. Flying Shot 2. Building used as the old Clifford store at Flying Shot Lake. Photo October 7, 1933. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 52.
Location: 0362.02.13.063
Just across the Cutbank river ford, Fort St. John, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
Ft. St. John – 1927 – 5. [CUTBANK] Just across the Cutbank river ford. Banks five or six hundred feet high.
Location: 0362.02.13.064
J. W. Abbott in alfalfa, Fort St. John, 1927
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
Ft. St. J. – 1927 – 8. J. W. Abbott in five and a half acres of alfalfa in rows for seed, 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 4.
Location: 0362.02.13.065
Car loaded on ferry, Fort St. John, 1927
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
Ft. St. J. 1927 -10. Car loaded on ferry.
Location: 0362.02.13.066
Examining alfalfa roots for nodules, Fort St. John, 1929
2 lantern slides; b & w and colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in. and 4 x 3¼ in.
Ft. St. J. 1929 – 2. Field Day at Fort St. John Illustration Station, 1929,. Examining alfalfa roots for nodules. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.067
Ferry at Taylor’s Flats, Fort St. John, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Ft. St. J. 1929 – 5. Ferry at Taylor’s Flats. D. W. Taylor standing. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.068
Taylor’s Flats, Fort St. John, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Ft. St. John 1930 -1. Taylor’s Flats, Fort St. John. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in lecture as H. 4.
Location: 0362.02.13.070
Marquis wheat field, North Pine, Fort St. John district, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Fort St. J. 1930 – 6. [North Pine] Marquis wheat field belonging to Chas. Thompson, North Pine, Fort St. John district. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.072
Banner and regular Victory oats, Baldonnel Illustration Station, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Ft. St. J. 1930 – 12. Banner and regular Victory oats, Illustration Station, Baldonnel, B.C. August 8, 1930. Used in 1933 Cereals lecture as C. 4.
Location: 0362.02.13.073
Quarter-acre blocks of Garnet and Marquis, Baldonnel Illustration Station, 1930
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Ft. St. J. 1930 – 13. Quarter-acre blocks of Garnet and Marquis, Illustration Station, Baldonnel, B.C. August 8, 1930. Used in 1933 Cereals lecture as C. 5.
Location: 0362.02.13.074
Brainard stopping place, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Ft. St. J. – 1. (BRAINARD) Brainard stopping place, Brainard, Alberta. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 22.
Location: 0362.02.13.075
Native forest at Taylor’s Flats, Fort St. John, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Ft. St. J. – 2. Native forest at Taylor’s Flats, B.C. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 5.
Location: 0362.02.13.076
Ready for picnic supper at Baldonnel field day, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Ft. St. J. – 4. Ready for picnic supper at Baldonnel field day, August 12.
Location: 0362.02.13.077
J. W. Abbott in alfalfa, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Fort St. John 1931 -16. J. W. Abbott in five and a half acres alfalfa in rows for seed, 1931. Seeded 1927. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 22.
Location: 0362.02.13.078
Only juvenile competitor in the 1931 Fort St. John ploughing match, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Ft. St. J. 22. The only juvenile competitor in the 1931 Fort St. John ploughing match drawing his finishing farrow with a sulky plough. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 7.
Location: 0362.02.13.079
Field-day group after supper, 1936
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1936 – Gen. Fort St. John 3. Field-day group after supper. Posed south of J. W. Abbott’s new house, August 14, 1936. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.080
Abbottand Gibson reviewing the rod-row cooperative cereals plots at Baldonnel, 1937
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1937 – Gen. Ft. St. John 6. Messrs. Abbott and Gibson reviewing the rod-row cooperative cereal plots at Baldonnel, July 30. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Cereals lecture as C. 37.
Location: 0362.02.13.081
Bert Lawrence in wheat plots at Fort Vermilion Sub-station, 1932
1 lantern sldie; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1932 Gen Ft. V. 7. Bert Lawrence in wheat plots at Fort Vermilion Sub-station. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1933 Cereals lecture as C. 24.
Location: 0362.02.13.082
Home of Sheridan Lawrence, North Vermilion, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1932. Ge. Ft. V. 13. Home of Sheridan Lawrence, North Vermilion, Alberta. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 32.
Location: 0362.02.13.083
Woodshed at home of Sheridan Lawrence, North Vermilion, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1932 – Gen. Ft. V. 15. Woodshed at the home of Sheridan Lawrence. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 33.
Location: 0362.02.13.084
Home of Mr. Patterson, Gladstone, Manitoba, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Gladstone] Home of Mr. Patterson, Gladstone, Manitoba. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 11.
Location: 0362.02.13.085
Backyard of Mr. Patterson’s home, Gladstone, Manitoba, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Gladstone] Backyard of Mr. Patterson’s home. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 20.
Location: 0362.02.13.086
Balanced road gate on farm of Jos. Diederich, Glen Leslie, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1933 – Gen .G. Les. 2. Balanced road gate on farm of Jos. Diederich, Glen Leslie, Alberta, June 23, 1933. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 46 (1941) and in 1934 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 24 .
Location: 0362.02.13.087
Mrs. Mary Thompson of Grande Prairie, 1921
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
1921 – 19. (G.P.) [ Gen. G.P.] Mrs. Mary Thompson of Grande Prairie, who developed a wonderful garden on the shores of Bear Lake, and was the first person to ripen apples in the Peace River region.
Location: 0362.02.13.088
Grande Prairie from Richmond Hill, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1932 [Gen. G.P.] Grande Prairie from Richmond Hill. Photographed by R. E. Leake. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 4.
Location: 0362.02.13.089
Grande Prairie, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. G.P.] Grande Prairie. Photographed by R. E. Leake.
Location: 0362.02.13.090
Gothic-roofed barn of Martin H. Anderson, Grande Prairie, 1934
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Gen. Grande Prairie 1934. Gothic-roofed barn of Martin H. Anderson, Grande Prairie, Alberta. Erected in 1929. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 35.
Location: 0362.02.13.091
Interior view of Martin Anderson’s mow, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934. – Gen. G. P. 3. Interior view of Martin Anderson’s mow, showing hay fork load on track, February 21, 1934. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 36.
Location: 0362.02.13.092
Turkey Red winter wheat on Frank White’s farm, Halcourt, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1928. [Gen. Halcourt] Turkey Red winter wheat on farm of Frank White, Halcourt. Yield 44 bushels per acre. Photographed by McDermid Studios. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 7,
Location: 0362.02.13.093
Six-foot gulley with tributaries on Cage farm, southwest of Halcourt, 1938
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4x 3¼ in.
1938 – Gen. Halcourt 1. Six-foot gulley with tributaries, cut through what had been a nice, smooth field of black soil on farm of Mr. Cage, southwest of Halcourt. The havoc dates practically from the summer flood of 1935. Photographed May 27, 1938 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 13.
Location: 0362.02.13.094
Six-foot gulley with tributaries on Cage farm, southwest of Halcourt, 1938
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1938 – Gen. Halcourt 2. Six-foot gulley with tributaries, cut through what had been a nice, smooth field of black soil on farm of Mr. Cage, southwest of Halcourt. The havoc dates practically from the summer flood of 1935. This view taken looking toward spot from which 1 was taken. Photographed May 27, 1938 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 14.
Location: 0362.02.13.095
Home of Frank Pottage, High Prairie, 1931
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Gen. 1931 – 13. [High Prairie] Home of Frank Pottage, High Prairie, Alberta. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 26.
Location: 0362.02.13.096
Mr. L. M. Godfrey demonstrating to a field day crowd, High Prairie, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1936 – Gen. High Prairie 1. Mr. L. M. Godfrey demonstrating to a field day crowd on the Illustration Station plots, August 3. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 43.
Location: 0362.02.13.097
Field Day crowd listening to Dr. L. H. Newman, 1937
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1937 – Gen. High Prairie 2. Field Day crowd listening to Dr. L. H. Newman in the co-operative rod-row test of cereals at the High Prairie Illustration Station, August 13. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1937 Cereals lecture as C. 36.
Location: 0362.02.13.098
Peace River Canyon, Hudson’s Hope, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Hudson Hope] Peace River Canyon (G. A. James).
Location: 0362.02.13.099
Goething’s coal mine, Hudson’s Hope, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Hudson Hope] Goething’s coal mine, Hudson’s Hope, B.C.
Location: 0362.02.13.100
Indian Head Forest Nursery Station in the beginning, [ca. 1905]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. I.H] Indian Head Forest Nursery Station in the beginning. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 38.
Location: 0362.02.13.101
View of main driveway looking S. W., Indian Head, 1914
2 lantern slides; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Indian Head] View of main driveway looking S.W. in 1914. Bare prairie in 1904. Forest Nursery Station, Indian Head, Saskatchewan. (Film No. N. 551). Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 50.
Location: 0362.02.13.102
Ornamental grounds and lawns, Indian Head, 1914
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Gen. Indian Head. Ornamental grounds and lawns in early summer of 1914. Superintendent’s residence, Forest Nursery Station, Indian Head, Saskatchewan. (Film No. N548). Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 39.
Location: 0362.02.13.103
Lawns and ornamental arrangement in front of Superintendent’s residence, Indian Head, 1922
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
Gen. – Indian Head. Lawns and ornamental arrangement in front of Superintendent’s residence at Forest Nursery Station, Indian Head, Saskatchewan. Bare prairie in 1904. Photo in 1922. (Film No. 16058).
Location: 0362.02.13.104
Plantings small, Indian Head, [ca. 1910]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Indian Head] Indian Head Forest Nursery Station. Plantings small. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 48.
Location: 0362.02.13.105
Plantings grown, Indian Head, [ca. 1920]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. I H.] Indian Head Forest Nursery Station. Plantings grown. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 41.
Location: 0362.02.13.106
Knuckling pig, A. Johnson farm, Beaverlodge, 1940
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1940 – Gen. J. 1. Knuckling pig on farm of A. Johnson, Beaverlodge, May 3. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 46.
Location: 0362.02.13.108
Pig with hump on back, A. Johnson farm, Beaverlodge, 1940
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1940 – Gen. J. 4. Pig with hump on back on farm of A. Johnson, Beaverlodge, May 3. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 47.
Location: 0362.02.13.109
Grounds and pumphouse of W. L. McKillop, Kinuso, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1932 Gen. Kinuso 1. Grounds and pumphouse of W. L. McKillop. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 29.
Location: 0362.02.13.110
Plum hedge in bloom, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 1] Native in Canada Plum hedge (lady) in bloom in mid-May. Gives beauty, shelter, and fruit. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 1.
Location: 0362.02.13.112
Selection of plants, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 2] Pergola with hardy vines, clematis, tangutica, ligust, cifolia, native grape, native hop, bittersweet, Virginia creeper, etc. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 2.
Location: 0362.02.13.113
Spiraea Vanhouttei, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 3] Spiraea Vanhouttei. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 3.
Location: 0362.02.13.114
Hibernal apple – low-headed, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 4] Hibernal apple – low-headed. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 4.
Location: 0362.02.13.115
Apple harvest, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 5] Apple harvest, chiefly Hibernal, Patten Greening and Wealthy (2 men). Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 5.
Location: 0362.02.13.116
Elkhorn crab in bloom, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 6] Elkhorn crab in bloom. A very vigorous grower. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 6.
Location: 0362.02.13.117
Apiary from honey house, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 7] Apiary from honey house. Bees a blessing to orchard. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 7.
Location: 0362.02.13.118
Low-heading of hybrid apple tree, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 8] Low-heading of hybrid apple tree. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 8.
Location: 0362.02.13.119
Low-heading of Hibernal grown in group of 4, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 8] Low-heading of hybrid apple tree. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 8.
Location: 0362.02.13.120
Branch of a Morden seedling apple tree in fruit, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden. 10] Branch of a Morden seedling apple tree in fruit (Antonovka, the mother parent). Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 10.
Location: 0362.02.13.121
Melons and tomatoes, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 11] Melons and tomatoes. Mulch paper verses control. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 11.
Location: 0362.02.13.122
Morden at lilac time, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 12] Morden at lilac time. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 12.
Location: 0362.02.13.123
Lilac Rothmogensis, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 13] Lilac Rothmogensis. Very prolific. Fine leaf. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 13.
Location: 0362.02.13.124
Main drive towards town in late May, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 14] Main drive towards town in late May, showing charm of curving lines. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 14.
Location: 0362.02.13.125
Harvesting apples from seedling apple orchard, Morden, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 15] Harvesting apples from seedling apple orchard, 1929. Trees set in 1916, 150 bushels in lug – boxes. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 15.
Location: 0362.02.13.126
Looking along seedling apple orchard in bloom season, Morden, 1926
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 16] Looking along seedling apple orchard in bloom season, late May, 1926. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 16.
Location: 0362.02.13.127
Hoadley apple seedling in bloom, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 17] Hoadley apple seedling in bloom. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 17.
Location: 0362.02.13.128
Hibernal being picked, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 18] Hibernal being picked. A rugged fruitful tree. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 18.
Location: 0362.02.13.129
Antonovka, mother of apple seedlings, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 19] Antonovka, a splendid mother of hardy apple seedlings. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 19.
Location: 0362.02.13.130
Picking apples at Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 20] Picking apples at Morden, Manitoba. Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 20.
Location: 0362.02.13.131
Perennial border, Morden, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 21] Perennial border, Morden Experimental Station, Manitoba. Used in lecture as M. 21.
Location: 0362.02.13.132
General view of Morden Experimental Station, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden 22] General view Morden Experimental Station from elevators in neighbouring town. Used in lecture as M. 22.
Location: 0362.02.13.133
Morden Experimental Station, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Morden] Morden Experimental Station. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 31.
Location: 0362.02.13.134
E. W. Hibbard’s log home, Nampa, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1933 – Gen. Nampa. 2. E. W. Hibbard’s log home. October 11. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 18 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 57.
Location: 0362.02.13.135
Alfalfa field of Carl Berg, Pipestone Creek, 1939
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1939 – Gen. Pipestone Creek 1. Alfalfa field of Carl Berg, Pipestone Creek, south of Wapiti, on very grey soil, taken June 28. Standing Mr. Bliss, J. L. Kerns, and W. S. Scarth. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Forage Crops lecture as F.C. 27.
Location: 0362.02.13.138
Pail-fed calves on Norman D. Dow’s farm, 1931
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
Gen. 1931 Pouce Coupe. 1. Half a dozen thrifty pail-fed calves on farm of Norman D. Dow, Pouce Coupe, B.C., October 16, 1931. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.139
N. D. Dow’s home and garden, Pouce Coupe, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1933 – Gen. P.C. 1. N. D. Dow’s home and garden from south, August 12, 1933. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 17 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 58.
Location: 0362.02.13.140
Purebred Yorkshire shoats of Norman D. Dow, Pouce Coupe, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934 – Gen. P.C. 2. Purebred Yorkshire shoats of Norman D. Dow, Illustration Station Operator, Pouce Coupe, B.C. Born in February, pen-fed and photographed June 29 when less than five months old. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 35.
Location: 0362.02.13.141
Crowd following Dr. L. H. Newman at Illustration Station field day on Norman D. Dow’s farm, 1936
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1936 – Gen. Pouce Coupe 1. Crowd following Dr. L. H. Newman in the elevator-test plots at Illustration Station field day on farm of Norman D. Dow, August 18, 1936. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Cereals lecture as C. 35.
Location: 0362.02.13.144
Straight water runway seeded with crested wheatgrass, Norman D. Dow’s farm, Pouce Coupe, 1938
1 lantern slide; sepia; 4 x 3¼ in.
1938 – Gen. Pouce Coupe 1. Straight water runway seeded with crested wheatgrass and carrying water harmlessly along a slope on farm of Norman D. Dow. Photographed May 29, 1938 by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 17.
Location: 0362.02.13.145
Teir-footed woodpile on farm of M. L. Prentiss, Grande Prairie, 1939
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1939 – Gen. Prentiss 1. Neat teir-footed wood pile on farm of M. L. Prentiss, Grande Prairie, Alberta, July 15. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 36.
Location: 0362.02.13.146
Various trees and bushes, Rathwell, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Rathwell] Wm. Shepherd, Rathwell. Manitoba Manitoba maple; different kinds of lilac; and caraganas.
Location: 0362.02.13.147
Field of Abundance oats in stook, Rio Grande, 1928
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1928 [Gen. Rio Grande] Field of Abundance oats in stook, E. Duteao, Rio Grande, 1928. Yield over 100 bushels per acre. Photographed by McDermid Studios.
Location: 0362.02.13.148
Berger Bolin’s second carlot with their winter shelter, Rio Grande, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934. – Gen. Rio Grande 1. Berger Bolin’s second carlot with their winter shelter, May 4. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 15.
Location: 0362.02.13.149
Berger Bolin’s second carlot, Rio Grande, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934. – Gen. Rio Grande 3. Berger Bolin’s second carlot with covered meal bin, self-feeding troughs alongside and rack for roughage, May 4. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 16.
Location: 0362.02.13.150
Home of Nick Woronuk, Roycroft, 1932
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1932 Gen. Roycroft 1. Home of Nick Woronuk, July, 1932. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 25.
Location: 0362.02.13.151
A heifer calf, Sexsmith, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934 – Gen. Sexsmith 1. A heifer calf from a dual purpose Shorthorn bull used by Oscar Foster, Sexsmith. May 7, 1934. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 7.
Location: 0362.02.13.152
A cull in the herd of J. B. Foster, Sexsmith, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934. – Gen. Sexsmith 2. The wrong kind of a feeder. A cull in the herd of J. B. Foster, Sexsmith, May 7, 1934. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 18.
Location: 0362.02.13.153
Farm home of J. B. Foster, Sexsmith, 1936
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1936 – Gen. Sexsmith 2. Farm home of J. B. Foster, Sexsmith, Alberta, September 3. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 20.
Location: 0362.02.13.154
Roman Catholic Mission at Shaftesbury Settlement, 1922
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1922 – 58 [Gen. Shaftesbury Settlement] Roman Catholic Mission at Shaftesbury Settlement. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.155
Kochia in the garden of Mrs. F. J. Mann, Shaftesbury Settlement, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
1931 – Gen. – 29. [Shaftesbury Settle.] Kochia in the garden of Mrs. F. J. Mann, Shaftesbury Settlement, near Peace River. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 98.
Location: 0362.02.13.156
R. A. Williams’ home, Spirit River, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – G. 20 [Spirit River] R. A. Williams’ home, Spirit River, 1929. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1932 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 33.
Location: 0362.02.13.160
Poultry yard and house of R. A. Williams, Spirit River, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – G. 22 [Spirit River] Poultry yard and house of R. A. Williams, Spirit River, Alberta. Tamped clay floors in house. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.161
Valhalla Creamery picnic, 1934
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1934. – Gen. Valhalla 1. A few of the 500 picnickers outside the hall on the occasion of the Valhalla Creamery picnic, August 14. Photographed by W. D. Albright.
Location: 0362.02.13.163
Bent-twig flower-bed protector, Valleyview, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1933 – Gen. Valleyview 1. Bent-twig flower-bed protector. Home of A. Lindquist, Valleyview, Alberta, June 20, 1933. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 82 and in the 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 55.
Location: 0362.02.13.164
Ballantyne pier, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Vancouver Harbour] Ballantyne pier, five ships at berth. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 1.
Location: 0362.02.13.165
S.S. “Prince Rupert City,” Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 2. S.S. “Prince Rupert City,” a new liner. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 2.
Location: 0362.02.13.166
Burrard Drydock, North Vancouver, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 3. Burrard Drydock, North Vancouver. Used in lecture as V. 3.
Location: 0362.02.13.167
Alberta butter going to the United Kingdom, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 4. Alberta butter going to the United Kingdom by the Panama Canal. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 4.
Location: 0362.02.13.168
New Type Vessel for European-British Columbia Service, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 5. New Type Vessel for European-British Columbia Service. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 5.
Location: 0362.02.13.169
B. C. fish for the Orient, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 6. B. C. fish for the Orient. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 6.
Location: 0362.02.13.170
Flour for the Orient, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 7. Flour for the Orient. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 7.
Location: 0362.02.13.171
Canadian Pacific Railway Piers and Station, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 8. Canadian Pacific Railway Piers “A” “B” “C” “D” and Station. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 8.
Location: 0362.02.13.172
Steamer inaugurating new service to Australia, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 9. Steamer inaugurating new service to Australia. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 9.
Location: 0362.02.13.173
Entrance to Port of Vancouver, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 10. Entrance to Port of Vancouver. Signal Station. Used in lecture as V. 10.
Location: 0362.02.13.174
Aeroplane view of the business portion of the City of Vancouver, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 11. Aeroplane view of the business portion of the City of Vancouver. Used in lecture as V. 11.
Location: 0362.02.13.175
View of Waterfront, Port of Vancouver, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 12. View of Waterfront, Port of Vancouver. Used in lecture as V. 12.
Location: 0362.02.13.176
Shipping lumber and grain, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 13. Shipping lumber and grain. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 13.
Location: 0362.02.13.177
Grain Elevators, Vancouver, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 14. Grain Elevators, Vancouver. Used in lecture as V. 14.
Location: 0362.02.13.178
Alberta Pool Elevator, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 15. Alberta Pool Elevator. Capacity 5,150,000 bushels. Vancouver Harbour. Used in lecture as V. 15.
Location: 0362.02.13.179
Canadian Pacific Railway Station and Pier “D”, Vancouver, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 16. Canadian Pacific Railway Station and Pier “D”, Vancouver. Used in lecture as V. 16.
Location: 0362.02.13.180
Group of elevators, Vancouver Harbour, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
V. 17. Group of elevators, Vancouver Harbour. Storage capacity, 4,150,000 bushels. Used in lecture as V. 17.
Location: 0362.02.13.181
Home of J. J. Baker, Wanham, 1935
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Gen. Wanham] Home of J. J. Baker, Wanham, Alberta. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 20.
Location: 0362.02.13.182
Neat gang-ploughing of ryegrass sod, W. Watson, Wembley, 1928
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1928 – G. 6 [Wembley] Neat gang-ploughing of ryegrass sod, W. Watston, Wembley. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1932 Field Husbandry lecture as F.H. 2.
Location: 0362.02.13.183
Garnet wheat, A. Sherk and Sons, Wembley, 1929
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1929 – G. 13. [Wembley] Garnet wheat, A. Sherk and Sons, Wembley, Alberta. Phosphate test farther side of field.
Location: 0362.02.13.184
Home of Marley Sherk, Wembley, 1931
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
B.L. 1931 – Gen. 20. [Wembley] Home of Marley Sherk of A. Sherk and Sons, Wembley, Alberta. August 9, 1931. Used in 1937 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 23 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 59.
Location: 0362.02.13.185
Boys’ and Girls’ Calf Club Class exhibited and judged at field day, 1933
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1933 – Gen. Wembley 1. Boys’ and Girls’ Calf Club Class exhibited and judged at the Field Day on Alex Craig’s farm, June 24, 1933. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 11 and in 1934 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 10.
Location: 0362.02.13.186
A few matrons in the Shorthorn herd of Alex Craig, Wembley, 1935
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1935 – Gen. C. 15. [Wembley] A few matrons in the Shorthorn herd of Alex Craig, Wembley, Alberta. Photographed by W. D. Albright. Used in 1941 Animal Husbandry lecture as A.H. 19.
Location: 0362.02.13.187
Westvale school, 1932
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
1932 – [Gen. Westvale] Westvale school. Used in Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 48.
Location: 0362.02.13.188
Home with cobblestone facings, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen.] Attractive Home with cobblestone facings. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 10.
Location: 0362.02.13.189
Home with vines, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen.] Same place with vines. Slide provided by Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 14.
Location: 0362.02.13.190
Farm home, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen.] Another unattractive farm home. Slide provided by Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 15.
Location: 0362.02.13.191
Farm home with vines, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen.] Same place with vines. Slide provided by Department of the Interior Natural Resources Intelligence Branch. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 16.
Location: 0362.02.13.192
A Wisconsin farm home, [ca. 1930]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Gen.] A Wisconsin farm home. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 11.
Location: 0362.02.13.193
Canadian flag song, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Song] Canadian Flag. Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 1 (1941) and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 1.
Location: 0362.02.14.04
“Darling Nellie Gray” song lyrics, [ca. 1933]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] Darling Nellie Gray. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 50.
Location: 0362.02.14.05
“Dixie Land” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] Dixie Land.
Location: 0362.02.14.06
“Goodnight, ladies” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Song] Goodnight, ladies. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 85.
Location: 0362.02.14.07
“The Dunvegan Cannon Ball” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] The Dunvegan Cannon Ball.
Location: 0362.02.14.08
“The Dunvegan Cannon Ball” song lyrics (continued), [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] The Dunvegan Cannon Ball (continued).
Location: 0362.02.14.09
“The Dunvegan Cannon Ball” A Revised Version, song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] The Dunvegan Cannon Ball. A Revised Version. Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 127.
Location: 0362.02.14.10
“The Dunvegan Cannon Ball” A Revised Version, song lyrics (continued), [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] The Dunvegan Cannon Ball. (A Revised Version, continued).
Location: 0362.02.14.11
“The Dunvegan Cannon Ball” song lyrics (continued), [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] The Dunvegan Cannon Ball (continued).
Location: 0362.02.14.12
“Happy days are here again” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] Happy days are here again. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 83.
Location: 0362.02.14.13
“Jingle Bells” song lyrics, [ca. 1933]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] Jingle Bells. Used in 1933 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 51.
Location: 0362.02.14.16
“Listen to the Mocking Bird” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Song] Listen to the Mocking Bird.
Location: 0362.02.14.17
“The Maple Leaf Forever!” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] The Maple Leaf Forever! Used in 1935 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 52.
Location: 0362.02.14.18
“Mary had a swarm of bees” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
Song. [Comic] Mary had a swarm of bees (Tune “Merrily We’ll Roll Along”). Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 106.
Location: 0362.02.14.19
“Massa’s in the Cold Cold Ground” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Song] Massa’s in the Cold Cold Ground.
Location: 0362.02.14.20
“The More we get together” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] The More we get together.
Location: 0362.02.14.21
“O Canada! Our home and native land” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] O Canada! Our home and native land.
Location: 0362.02.14.23
“O Canada!” (verse and chorus) song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] “O Canada” (verse and chorus). Used in 1941 Not By Bread Alone lecture as B. 2 and in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 2.
Location: 0362.02.14.24
“O Canada!” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] O Canada.
Location: 0362.02.14.25
“O Canada! Terre de nos aieux” (first verse) song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] O Canada! Terre de nos aieux (first verse).
Location: 0362.02.14.26
“O Canada! Terre de nos aieux” (second verse) song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] O Canada! Terre de nos aieux (second verse).
Location: 0362.02.14.27
“O Canada! Terre de nos aieux” (third verse) song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] O Canada. Terre de nos aieux (third verse).
Location: 0362.02.14.28
“O Canada! Terre de nos aieux” (fourth verse) song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] O Canada! Terre de nos aieux (fourth verse).
Location: 0362.02.14.29
“Old Edson Trail” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Song] Old Edson Trail. Tune “There’s a long long trail a-winding.” Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 38.
Location: 0362.02.14.30
“Old Folks at Home” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Song] Old Folks at Home.
Location: 0362.02.14.31
“Rule Britannia” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 3¼ x 3¼ in.
[Song] Rule Britannia.
Location: 0362.02.14.32
“Sing mir dein Lied” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] Sing mir dein Lied.
Location: 0362.02.14.33
“Sweet Genevieve” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; colour; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] Sweet Genevieve.
Location: 0362.02.14.34
“There’ll Always Be An England!” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] There’ll Always Be An England!
Location: 0362.02.14.35
“The Utah Trail!” song lyrics, [ca. 1935]
1 lantern slide; b & w; 4 x 3¼ in.
[Song] The Utah Trail. Used in 1937 Homestead Days lecture as H.D. 50.
Location: 0362.02.14.36
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