Paton Collection

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Community Club
Community Club
A photograph pertaining to Adrian Paton's personal photographic collection and accompanying audio from an interview with Mr. Paton regarding that collection.
Confrontation before departure
Confrontation before departure
Image of a number of men waiting to get on the train at Winnipeg Rail Station. There are two men just off-centre to the left who appear to be having some sort of argument or confrontation., Donated by the Coffey Family, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Costumes guerriers
Costumes guerriers
A photograph pertaining to Adrian Paton's personal photographic collection and accompanying audio from an interview with Mr. Paton regarding that collection.
Cree Indians Tipis
Cree Indians Tipis
Image of three men, two Aboriginal, in front of a tipi in the Moose Mountain., Donated by Betty Downey
Cree Indians Tipis
Cree Indians Tipis
Image of three men, two Aboriginal, in front of a tipi in the Moose Mountain., Donated by Betty Downey
Crokinole at the Butt's
Crokinole at the Butt's
Image of people playing crokinole at the Butt's house. From left to right: Laura Smith, George Butt, Don Butt and Thelma Butt, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Crokinole at the Butt's
Crokinole at the Butt's
Image of people playing crokinole at the Butt's house. From left to right: Laura Smith, George Butt, Don Butt and Thelma Butt, Donated by Mrs. Butt, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Crooked Lake Reserve Indians
Crooked Lake Reserve Indians
Image of an Aboriginal couple at the Brittan & Butcher studio. The man has a pipe in his hand. On the front, it says, ""Crooked Lkae Reserve Indians (Photo by Brittan). Grenfell, Assa. N.W.T., Donated by Gill Watson, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
D.A. Mackenzie and wife
D.A. Mackenzie and wife
Image of two missionaries. They were missionaries on the White Bear Indian Reservation. The man's name was D.A. Mackenzie, and his wife's name is unknown. On the front of the photograph, it says, ""D.A. Mackenzie & wife. Missionaries on White Bear Reserve."" The photo was taken by a Steele & Co. in Winnipeg., Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Dancers at a pow wow
Dancers at a pow wow
Image of a pow wow near Wolseley. There is a man in the middle of the photo, on the left, who is carrying a red ensign. This group of men are parading across the grass, likely bringing in another dance., Donated by Margaret Hannah, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Dancers at the White Bear Indian Reservation
Dancers at the White Bear Indian Reservation
Image of Aboriginal dancers at the White Bear Indian Reservation. It is thought that the dance is called the Line Dance. There is one drummer visible on the right side of the photograph., Donated by Bill Mills, Same pow wow as in #'s 129, 130, 231, 232, 243, 244, 245, 246, 248, 329; maybe 124, 238, 239., Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Deaust family with Aboriginals
Deaust family with Aboriginals
Image of Ed Deaust and his son on the left, and an Aboriginal man with his two girls on the right. His wife is in the background on the right. Behind them is Manitou Lake. The Deaust family decided to take a trip up to Manitou for the weekend, and there they met up with these Aboriginal people there. There was a pow wow going on at the same time., Donated by Ed Deaust, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.

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