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Kinnaird, John M.

John M. Kinnaird was a Hudson's Bay Company apprentice clerk at Southampton Island from 1925-26 and Pond Inlet from 1928-30. Armed with his camera, he photographed in their natural settings the animals and peoples of the Hudson Bay and Labrador regions. He also photographed the ships and crews that sailed Canada's northern waters, including the Nascopie, Bayrupert, Perevil, Beothic and the Fort James.

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Young Inuit girl, NU, 1928-30 (MP-1986.71.160)

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Young Inuit girl, NU, 1928-30
John M. Kinnaird
1928-1930, 20th century
MP-1986.71.160

Inuit traders' igloo, Pond Inlet, NU, 1928-30 (MP-1986.71.85)

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Inuit traders' igloo, Pond Inlet, NU, 1928-30
John M. Kinnaird
1928-1930, 20th century
MP-1986.71.85

John M. Kinnaird, wearing a parka, 1924-27 (MP-1986.71.19)

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John M. Kinnaird, wearing a parka, 1924-27
John M. Kinnaird
1924-1927, 20th century
MP-1986.71.19