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Mac Thornton with "Lord Arnott"
A Portion of Main Street, Turtleford, Sask.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re whereabouts of 10th detachment.
Abbey, Sask.
[Morse 1929]
Montana Steve & Flicker
E. Dewdney, Regina to John A. MacDonald, Ottawa re half-breeds uneasy- buyer should be sent to buy horses.
Dore Lake
A "Round Up" near Moosejaw, Assa.
Outfit Camp - Detwiller & Fisher St. Walburg
J.N., Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re men resting at Port Munroe.
R.J.M., Clarkes Crossing to Free Press, Winnipeg re report troops, Indian program and condition of people in barracks.
Carrying Grain to the Elevators, Saskatchewan, Canada
Broadway, Yorkton, Sask. Looking East
Procession Decoration Day Rosetown
Colonel Otter, Eagle River to J.M. Egan re where to get horses - men require hot meal.
Lord Arnott's Hooves
Greetings From Biggar
A.F.W., Port Arthur to H.P.T. re first train left Ignace.
Traffic Bridge, Saskatoon, Sask.
[Collage of photographs]
Harvesting a Big Crop in Canada
P.G. Laurie, Battleford to Pioneer Press, St. Paul re report of tragedy at Frog Lake - names of the murdered.
J.N., Port Arthur to J.M. Egan re arrival time of 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th detachments.
Ranching in the Canadian West. Cattle Round-up
Galician Cart Yorkton
S.S. Picnic, Sept 7, 1903.
J.N., Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re room on sidetracks for artillery horses loaded from main line.
J.N., Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re commanding officer leaves with horses - have enough trains.
Procession to "Graveyard" on Decoration Day
J.N., Nepgion [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re progress of the 3rd detachment.
[Sports Day]
Montana Steve & Flicker
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re Colonel Williams with detachment left Red Rock.
View on Packard & Sons Farm, 1913. Kenaston, Sask.
F.W. Pelins, Brandon to Conductors re teamsters to be transported.
J.N. Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re severe storm- artillery and horses arrived at Port Munroe - food needed.
[Images of Allan and Robert Craig]
The Wakaw Horse Exchange. Livery Feed & Dry Barn
H. Swinford, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re how many men and horses left Winnipeg.

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