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Fort George Anglican Residential School (Fort George, Que.)

Fort George Anglican Residential School, Fort George, Que., [St. Philip's Indian Residential School], 1934-1979,Diocese of Moosonee, Authorized Enrollment – 35 to 75. Compiled by General Synod Archives July 24, 2008.

Photograph of St. Philips Indian Residential School hockey team

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1966
Date Range: 
[Digitized 2013 April (originally created ca. 1960)]
Physical Description: 

46.5 MB of graphic material. - 1 photograph : col. ; (tiff)

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
055
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Language: 
Image: 

Photograph of St. Philips Indian Residential School hockey team

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1966
Date Range: 
[Digitized 2013 April (originally created ca. 1960)]
Physical Description: 

12.6 MB of graphic material. - 1 photograph : b&w ; (tiff)

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
049
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Language: 
Image: 

Photograph of junior students at Fort George Indian Residential School

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1966
Date Range: 
[digitized 2013 April (originally created ca. 1960)]
Physical Description: 

6.20 MB of graphic material. - 1 photograph : b&w ; (tiff)

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
037
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Language: 
Image: 

Photograph of two hockey players

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1966
Date Range: 
[digitized 2013 April (originally created ca. 1960)]
Physical Description: 

5.99 MB of graphic material. - 1 photograph : col. ; (tiff)

Notes: 

The red uniform is the St. Phillips Indian Residential School hockey uniform.

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
036
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Language: 
Image: 

Photograph of Fort George staff celebration

Description
Start Date: 
1955
End Date: 
1965
Date Range: 
[digitized 2013 April (originally created ca. 1960)]
Physical Description: 

 6.05 MB of graphic material. - 1 photograph : col. ; (tiff)

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
006
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Image: 

Photograph of Fort George staff celebration

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1966
Date Range: 
[Digitized 2013 April (originally created 1950-1966)]
Physical Description: 

6.18 of graphic material. - 1 photograph : col. ; (tiff)

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
005
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Image: 

Photograph of staff Christmas celebration in Fort George

Description
Start Date: 
1960
End Date: 
1960
Date Range: 
[Digitized 2013 April (originally created ca. 1960)]
Physical Description: 

70.0 KB KB of graphic material. - 1 photograph : col. ; (tiff)

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
004
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Image: 

Photograph of Fort George staff celebration

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1966
Date Range: 
[digitized 2013 April (originally created 1950-1966)]
Physical Description: 

6.05 MB of graphic material. - 1 photograph : col. ; (tiff)

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
003
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Image: 

Photograph of Fort George Indian Residential School staff

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1966
Date Range: 
[digitized 2013 April (originally created ca. 1960)]
Physical Description: 

61.3 MB of graphic material. - 1 photograph : col. ; (tiff)

Media
Scan Resolution: 
400 dpi
Scan Date: 
April 2013
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
001
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Image: 

Adrian Stimson collection

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1966
Date Range: 
[1950-1966]
Physical Description: 

10 GB of graphic material.

846 photographs : b&w and col ; (tiff)

Arrangement: 
Thematically by item type
History Biographical: 

Adrian Stimson is a member of the Siksika (Blackfoot) Nation in southern Alberta. He is an interdisciplinary artist, curator and educator with a BFA with distinction from the Alberta College of Art & Design and MFA from the University of Saskatchewan.

As an interdisciplinary artist, Adrian’s work includes paintings, installations, collodion wet plate photography, sculpture and performance. Both of Adrian's parents worked in Residential Schools across Canada.  Both of Adrain's parents worked at numerous residential schools across Canada.

Photograph of the Stimson Family.

Scope Content: 

Collection comprises digital copies of residential school photographs collected by Adrian Stimson. Photographs relate to Old Sun Indian Residential School (Gleichen, Alta.), St. Philip's Indian Residential School (Fort George, Que.), and Qu'Appelle Indian Residential School (Lebret, Sask.) . Photographs feature students, staff, buildings and activities.

Notes: 

Material in accession 2013-050 was digitized by SRSC staff in 2013.  The Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre only holds digital copies of these images.

Associated Material: 

Related holdings: Ruth A. Cox-Ingle Collection (Fort George, Que.) ; Ivy Hepton Collection (Fort George, Que.)

Repository: 
srsc
Admin
Custodial History: 

The Old Sun Indian Residential School photographs were given to Adrian Stimson by William (Bill) Starr in 2008.

Access Restriction: 

No restrictions on access.

Repro Restriction: 

No restrictions on use.

Conservation: 

The Old Sun Residential School photographs were once in held in a photo album created by William Starr, the binding/cover of the photo album was removed and the pages are no longer in their original order. A number of the photo album pages are missing photographs.

Location Original: 

Held by Adrian Stimson.

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