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Anton Money fonds

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Title 

 

Anton Money fonds

Title Notes 

 

Title based on provenance of the fonds.

Level of Description 

 

Fonds

Dates of Creation 

 

1925-1948

Physical Description 

 

136 photographs : 110 b&w prints, 26 b&w negs
.01 m of textual records
1 film reel : (7 min.) : b&w, si. ; 16 mm

Scope and Content 

 

The fonds consists of Anton Money's report of the 1943 Canol Pipeline survey trip, with accompanying photographs, as well as a variety of other photographs taken by Money of the north. The report was compiled from Money's diary for J. Gordon Turnbull and Sverdrup and Parcel, Architect Engineer, Canol Project. Fifty-two photographs accompany the report, while another 38 photographs are separate from the report but illustrate the survey project (84/76). Fourteen photographs, 1925-1942, depict White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad snow plow cuts and train trestles, hydraulic mining operations at the mouth of Dominion Creek, Klondike Airways cat train in Whitehorse, Taylor, Drury & Pedlar General Store in Carmacks, Tahltan men poling boat-loads of furs on the Dease River, and a native beaver camp (80/46). Also included in the fonds are 28 views of the equipment yard at Fort McMurray and Waterways for the Canol Project in 1942, Hoole Canyon, the Whitehorse to Dawson City mail stage, Frances River and Frances Lake, 1927-1948 (84/83). In the last accession there are three views of a hydraulic mine operating on Dominion Creek in 1929, and one view of four sternwheelers in dry dock in Whitehorse for the winter, 1943 (87/52). The fonds also contains a film taken by Money of trips he took in 1931, from Skagway to Whitehorse, then by dog sled to Frances Lake (84/83).

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch 

 

Click on the link(s) below for more information.

Money, Anton Kyrle, 1900-1991

Immediate Source of Acquisition 

 

The remaining accessions were donated by Anton Money in 1980, 1984 and 1987.

Custodial History 

 

The survey report and photographs in accession 84/76 were sent to Commissioner Doug Bell, by Anton Money, who then forwarded them to Yukon Archives.

Restrictions on Access 

 

There are no donor-imposed restrictions on this material. General copyright or institutional or legal restrictions may apply.

Notes 

 

Many of the photographs have captions written on the back by Anton Money. Two photographs in 84/76 are numbered 1 and 1A. They are different photographs. "This was the North" was transferred to the Yukon Archives Library (917.191 MON).

Physical Description Notes 

 

The negatives may match the prints. The 52 photographs which are part of the survey report are included in the physical description total.

Availability of Other Formats 

 

The film was copied to DVD in 2007. Reference prints were made from the negatives in 87/52 and 84/83 (except for #22).

Finding Aid 

 

Caption list is available for the photographs in accession 80/46.
Click here to view online.

Caption list is available for 84/83.

A shot list and one page description of the film, written by Anton Money, is available.

Accession(s) 

 

80/46, 84/76, 84/83, 87/52

Specific Location 

 

MSS 169 (84/76) : Textual records
PHO 121 (80/46) : Photographs
PHO 264 (84/76) : Photographs
PHO 305 (84/83) : Photographs
PHO 325 (87/52) : Photographs
16-130, DVD 28 (1) (84/83) : Film

Record Last Modified 

 

2011-06-24

Record URL 

 

http://yukon.minisisinc.com/scripts/mwimain.dll/144/ARC/DESC/SISN%204643?SESSIONSEARCH

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