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Title: Brian Hadland collection
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Part Of: Brian Hadland collection
Scope & Content: Collection includes photographs of people in and around Prince Rupert, totem poles at Massett and Yan on the Queen Charlotte Islands and Port Simpson. People depicted include Sydney and Erna Hamblin, Winnie Black (nee Hall), Kay Smith, Stan Seville, Maurice Bridges, Bill Wilson-Murray, a police search party with a boat, George Johnstone, Nora Johnstone, Freida Linzey, Phil Linzey, Peter Black, Hester Black, Jack Judge, John "Jack" L. MacIntosh, his wife Margaret (Duthie) and their son John "Jack" Alexander Duthie, Police Chief Vickers standing on Fulton Street with the Scandanavian Rooms in the background, Bill Murray, Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Anne and Mrs. Shelford when the royal family visited for the opening of the Prince Rupert Regional Hospital. The series also includes two photographs depicting a fire truck parked outside of King's Confectionery and the Helgerson Block in the 700 block of Third Avenue West, with the Alder Block in the background on Sixth Street. There is also a photograph of the restored REO Fire Engine out front of the Prince Rupert Fire Museum, and two of the fire department staff, ca. 1950s, posing with Mayor George Hills, and a photograph of the snagscow Essington II.
Subject Access: ["Fire Trucks", "Fire Departments", "Mayors", "Streets", "Museums", "Confectionaries", "Totem Poles", "Police", "People", "Hotels", "Cow Bay"]
Date: [ca 191- to 2002]
Physical Description: ["2 photographs: col.", "94 photographs: b&w", "2 photographs: copy b&w"]

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