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Alan Fry fonds
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CA yuk yuk-327
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- Fry, Alan, 19- -
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59 slides : col.
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Alan Fry was the District Supervisor for the Department of Indian Affairs, 1963-1967. Fry spent Easter of 1964 in Old Crow. He returned to the Yukon in 1979, and has lived there since. He designs and build fences and log cabins, and has written several books, including "Come a Long Journey", and "The Ranch on the Cariboo".
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The fonds consists of slides taken by Alan Fry during his 1964 Easter trip to Old Crow. Those taken in the village show the residents, buildings, Easter sports activities and dog teams. There are ten photographs taken from a Cessna airplane as it flew south of Old Crow.
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There are no donor-imposed restrictions on this material. General copyright or institutional or legal restrictions may apply. Use of the photographs must credit Alan Fry.