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Description found in Archives

Canada. Dept. of Manpower and Immigration collection [graphic material]. 

Date(s)

1930-ca.1960

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

5,130 photographs : b&w.
Graphic (photo)
90: Open
Box
06271
06274
06271.1
06271.3
06273.1
06273.4
from 06274.1 to 06274.4
from 06275.1 to 06275.4
06277.3
from FDA 0089 to FDA 0092
90: Open
Graphic (photo)
90: Open
Box
from C 0121 to C 0122
90: Open
Graphic (photo)
90: Open
Box
SC 0365
90: Open
Other accession no.
1972-047 NPC
Local class no.
SC0365
297 diacetate 06277.3
06271 - 06275.4 (25 boxes)
C0121-C0122
FA-087 FDA0089 TO FDA0092 (PANL/3M Bay 280)

Terms of use

Restrictions on use: Nil
Item less than 50 years old Copyright: Library and Archives of Canada
Item more than 50 years old Copyright: Expired
Credit: Name of photographer / Library and Archives Canada

Graphic (photo): Original envelopes with captions by negative number. Box 1 located at 2000775545. Box 2 located at 2000775546. Box 3 located at 2000775547. Box 4 located at 2000775548 FA-087 (Paper)

Additional name(s)

Additional information

Activities and sectors of employment in which immigrants to Canada are involved: agriculture, live-stock, agricultural, technical, and university studies, research, construction work, commercial and sport fishing, commercial and government employment, mechanical work, publishing, restaurants, transport, art, dance, theatre, sport, formalities connected with immigration, man-power centers, services to immigrants, camps for refugees, settlements; cultural and social life of various ethnic groups: Albanians, Algerians, Armenians, Austrians, Belgians, British, Bulgarians, Chinese, Czechs, Danes, Dutch, Estonians, Finns, French, Germans, Greeks, Hungarians, Norwegians, Poles, Russians, Scots, Serbs, Swedes, Ukrainians, West Indians, Iraqis, Spanish, Inuit, and Indians; views of Ottawa; dwellings; portrait of Lester B. Pearson.

Subject heading

1. Africans in Canada.
2. West Indians in Canada.
3. Spanish in Canada.
4. Serbs in Canada.
5. Poles in Canada.
6. Canada. Dept. of Manpower and Immigration.
7. Emigration and immigration.
8. Agriculture.
9. Livestock.
10. Agriculture - Study and teaching.
11. Research.
12. Refugees.
13. Building trades.
14. Fisheries.
15. Hospitals - Staff.
16. Public officers.
17. Clerks.
18. Artisans.
19. Food industry and trade.
20. Mines and mineral resources.
21. Clothing trade.
22. Professions.
23. Commerce.
24. Mechanical engineering.
25. Publishers and publishing.
26. Hotels, taverns, etc. - Employees.
27. Transportation.
28. Arts.
29. Sports.
30. Employment agencies.
31. Indians.
32. Inuit.
33. Dwellings.
34. Algerians in Canada.
35. Albanians in Canada.
36. Armenians in Canada.
37. Austrians in Canada.
38. Belgians in Canada.
39. British in Canada.
40. Bulgarians in Canada.
41. Chinese in Canada.
42. Danes in Canada.
43. Czechs in Canada.
44. Estonians in Canada.
45. Finns in Canada.
46. French in Canada.
47. Germans in Canada.
48. Greeks in Canada.
49. Hungarians in Canada.
50. Icelanders in Canada.
51. Italians in Canada.
52. Japanese in Canada.
53. Jews in Canada.
54. Lithuanians in Canada.
55. Norwegians in Canada.
56. Russians in Canada.
57. Scots in Canada.
58. Iraqis in Canada.
59. Swedes in Canada.
60. Ukrainians in Canada.
61. Dutch in Canada.
62. Yugoslavs in Canada.
63. Macedonians in Canada.
64. Pearson, Lester B., 1897-1972.
65. Ottawa (Ont.)
66. Land settlement Canada.

Government

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