Northeast view at Sunkist No. 2 station from Interprovincial Boundary Survey, AB/BC, 1915. Credit: A.O. Wheeler/Geodetic Survey of Canada/Library and Archives Canada/e002419405
Chutes Montmorency à Québec, Lac St. Jean district, Quebec, 11-21 Aug. 1905. Credit: Photograph by May or Norman Ballantyne/Library and Archives Canada/PA-133452
Parliament Construction: Stonework entrance tower. Ottawa, Ontario. Credit: Canada: Dept. of Public Works / Library and Archives Canada / e003719156
West view at Font Mt. station from Interprovincial Boundary Survey, AB/BC, 1915. [glass plate negative] Credit: A.O. Wheeler/Geodetic Survey of Canada/Library and Archives Canada/e002419395. The images in this series were copied as part of the Rocky Mountain Repeat Photography Project, U. of Victoria. This project consists of the pairing of thousands of historical Dominion Lands Survey photographs and current repeat images.
Eskimo Kayak at Port Burwell, N.W.T., [Port Burwell (Killiniq), Nunavut], 1929 [1926?]. Credit: Richard S. Finnie / Library and Archives Canada / e002342624
George Lush returns from checking his traps. Tha-Anne River (vicinity), N.W.T. [Nunavut], 1949-1950. Credit: Richard Harrington / Library and Archives Canada / PA-140627. Harrington writes of Lush (one of the last white trappers in the North) in his book, The Face of the Arctic, 1952, p. 206.
Portrait of A.Y. Jackson [Canadian painter and a founding member of the Group of Seven - wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._Y._Jackson]. Credit: John Vanderpant / Library and Archives Canada / a196168