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998.014.001
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Map

Object 998.014.001

Map

Map

A pilot’s escape map of northern Canada printed on rayon fabric. Maps like this were carried by Allied forces airmen in World War II and into the Cold War period. The maps could be worn around the neck like a scarf, or folded into a pocket-sized package. This map shows the western arctic on one side and the eastern arctic on the other.

Object Details
Accession No.998.014.001
MakerAeronautical Chart and Information Service
Culture
Region
LocationNorthwest Territories
Date1951
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Piano

Object 977.046.001 a

Piano

Piano

This upright piano was shipped to the RCMP detachment on Herschel Island by Inspector Vernon Kemp when his family moved there in 1927. In the 1930s, the piano was moved to the Anglican Mission at Shingle Point and then to All Saints Anglican Residential School in Aklavik. From 1959 to 1975, it was used at Stringer Hall, a student hostel in Inuvik.

Object Details
Accession No.977.046.001 a
MakerJohn Raper Piano Company, Ottawa, Ontario
Culture
Region
LocationWestern arctic
Datec. 1910-1927
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Chair

Object 985.035.031

Chair

Chair

A handmade wooden rocking chair with netted babiche back and seat. Parts of the frame are branches which have been minimally shaped. It came from Saint Peter’s Anglican Mission, which was built in 1893 in the original Hay River village on the east bank of the main channel of the Hay River.

Object Details
Accession No.985.035.031
MakerUnknown
Culture
Region
LocationHay River, Great Slave Lake
Date1900s
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Typewriter

Object 977.070.012

Typewriter

Typewriter

This Remington Standard 12 typewriter was probably used by William (Billy) Joss at the Hudson’s Bay Company post at Bernard Harbour in the 1920s. He may have used it at other posts, including Ulukhaktok where he was also stationed.

Object Details
Accession No.977.070.012
MakerRemington
Culture /
Region /
LocationBernard Harbour, Coronation Gulf
Date1923