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An officer, a gentleman, and a lady at Banff National Park
An officer, a gentleman, and a lady at Banff National Park
An officer, a man in a bowler hat, and a lady with a parasol walk a path at Banff National Park, perhaps inspecting the internment camp., EnemyAliens
Angus McKay Record of Service with the Hudson's Bay Company
Angus McKay Record of Service with the Hudson's Bay Company
Document reading " 'Copy' Hudson's Bay Company Record of Service - Name: Angus McKay, Date of Birth: December 28th 1858, Date of Appointment: June 1st 1877 - Occupation - District - Period of Service - Wages - 1877 to 1881, App. Clerk, Saskatchewan, 5 years @ 20.25.30.40.40; 1884, Clerk Saskatchewan, 3 years, @75; 1887, Clerk, Saskatchewan, 3 years, @100; 1890, Clerk, Saskatchewan, 3 years, @100; 1891, Clerk, Saskatchewan, 1 year @100; 1893, Clerk, Cumberland, 2 years, @100; 1896, Clerk, Cumberland, 3 years, @100; 1899, Clerk, Cumberland, 3 years, @120; 1902, Clerk, Cumberland, 3 years, @120; 1905, Clerk, Cumberland, 3 years, @120 - Fort a la Corne July 7th 1900", Partial watermark reads: "Edinburgh Linen _"
Angus McKay in account with the steamer "NorthWest"
Angus McKay in account with the steamer "NorthWest"
Invoice reading "Angus McKay in account with the Steamer "NorthWest" 1885 - 1885 July 23 To John Schyee 4, July 30 Cash 15, Augt 8 do 50, Sept 5 do 10, Sept 21 By Services from 22nd May to 21st Sept '85 as follows: Trip Special 51 D/S 170, Trip No 1 27 D/S 90, Trip No 2 19 D/S 63.33, Trip No 3 10 D/C 33.33, Trip No 4 16 D/C 53.33 - 79 - 409.999, 79.00 - 330.99"
Angus McKay's Staff Record with The Hudson's Bay Company
Angus McKay's Staff Record with The Hudson's Bay Company
Document reading "Confidential. Form No. 55. Hudson's Bay Company. Staff Record. Name in full: Angus McKay, Present Occuapation: Clerk in chge at Green Lake Sask Dist., Present Contract No:_, Salary: $584.00 per Annum, Terms of Contract: Three Years, Expiring: May 31st 1906, Date of Birth: Dec 28th 1858, Age next Birthday: 45, Place of Birth: Assiniboia, N.W.T., Single: 12 years, Married: 14 years, Family: five. Details of Service: Date of entering Company's service, and where: Entered the service at Fort Garry June 1st 1877 and was appointed to serve at Fort Carlton, Sask., Give details of service with the Hudson's Bay Company, stating where and how employed, with record of all changes in position and salary, and dates of changes: If not sure of dates given above so state: As Apprentice Clerk at Fort Carlton I served variously at the Dist. Office - Sale Shop and [?] conducted the Indian trade. In 1883 was appointed to the charge of Fort Pitt, Sask on the death of my late father Factor Wm McKay and remained there until relieved by N.J.M. McLean and was re-transferred to the District Office at Prince Albert in 1885, During the rebellion was employed in various important capacities from the Dist. Office, and after the rebellion, was again appointed to the charge of Fort Pitt to re-establish for business and remained in charge until 1889 where I was transferred to take charge of Fort a la Corne Sask Dist. where I remained until 1899 when I was appointed to the charge of Green Lake Sask Dist. 26 years Service. Signature of Employee: Angus McKay, Signature of District Manager:_, Date:_19_, N.B.- This form to be forwarded in sealed envelope to The Commissioner, marked Confidential. For new Employees, send in immediately upon engagement. For any subsequent alterations, use Fomr 55 A", Written on back: "Staff Record"
Antelope
Antelope
Aerial photograph of a small hamlet with grain elevators, railway tracks. and cropland and a highway with a horse drawn vehicle.
Appointment of Angus McKay as Justice of the Peace for the North-West Territories 1892
Appointment of Angus McKay as Justice of the Peace for the North-West Territories 1892
Document with crest at top of unicorn, lion and crown reading "Honi Soit Oui Mal Y Pense Dieu Et Mon Droit" - document reads "Canada North-West Territories. By His Honor Joseph Royal Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories, To Angus McKay, Esquire of Fort a la Corne, Saskatchewan North-West Territories - Greeting: Know you that having confidence in your loyalty, integrity and ability, under and by virtue of the powers in that behalf vested in me, I have appointed, and by these presents do appoint you, the said Angus McKay a Justice of the Peace in and for the North-West Territories, with all and every the powers, authority, privileges and advantages to the Office of Justice of the Peace of right and by law appertaining. Given under my hand and the Seal of the North-West Territories, at Government House, Regina, in the North-West Territories, this first day of July in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-two - J. Royal Lieutenant-Governor" with red seal at left reading "The Seal of the North-West Territories", On back: "No. 119 Appointment of Angus McKay as a Justice of the Peace in and for the North-West Territories Recorded this first day of July 1892 Liber 1 Folio 1 R.B. Gordon Secretary"
Appointment of Angus McKay as Justice of the Peace for the North-West Territories 1897
Appointment of Angus McKay as Justice of the Peace for the North-West Territories 1897
Document with crest at top of unicorn, lion and crown reading "Honi Soit Oui Mal Y Pense Dieu Et Mon Droit" - document reads "Canada North-West Territories. By His Honor Charles Herbert Mackintosh Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories, To Angus McKay, Esquire of Fort a la Corne, Saskatchewan North-West Territories - Greeting: Know you that having confidence in your loyalty, integrity and ability, under and by virtue of the powers in that behalf vested in me, I have appointed, and by these presents do appoint you, the said Angus McKay a Justice of the Peace in and for the North-West Territories, with all and every the powers, authority, privileges and advantages to the Office of Justice of the Peace of right and by law appertaining. Given under my hand and the Seal of the North-West Territories, at Government House, Regina, in the North-West Territories, this twelfth day of May in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-seven - C.H. Mackintosh Lieutenant-Governor" with red seal at left reading "The Seal of the North-West Territories", On back: " Appointment of Angus McKay as a Justice of the Peace in and for the North-West Territories Recorded this twelfth day of May 1897 Liber 1 Folio 193 R.B. Gordon Secretary"
Archive
Archive
Aerial photograph of an unincorporated area.
Ardath
Ardath
Aerial photograph of a small town with an expanse of farmland visible surrounding it. A large brick building is visible in background across highway.
Ardill
Ardill
Aerial photograph of an organized hamlet.
Armilla
Armilla
Aerial photograph of Armilla grain elevators, train tracks a farm truck and cattle chute with agricultural and croplands visible in the background.

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