Below is a summary of information collected as well as the chief source of the information.

Photo 1: Late Simonie Michael my late grandfather and Inuk Leader in the community. Submitted by: Rachel Michael

Photo 2:  Abraham Auktalik Okpik. my father, he received the order of Canada for his work on project surname. Submitted by: Kathy Okpik

Photo 2:  Abraham Allen aka Abe Okpik.  Abe Okpik born in Aklavik region in Beaufort Delta region – came from a large respected family – worked as an interpreter for the NWT government & later, on “Operation Surname .” He was an honorable , intelligent , full of integrity, compassion & A very gracious gentleman with a great laugh & full of humor.  Submitted by:  Margaret Hawkins

Photo 12: Mikitok Bruce of Coral Harbour, Nunavut.  My uncle who passed away a few years ago.  Submitted by: Bernadette Dean

Photo 13:  Jane Tagak. Last name was Donnelley at that time. The primary classroom in Resolute Bay, my classroom. I recognize many of the children but I’m not sure how to label each one. Many of them have passed away.  Submitted by: Jane Tagak

Photo 14: Jane Tagak. Last name was Donnelley at that time. The primary classroom in Resolute Bay, my classroom. I recognize many of the children but I’m not sure how to label each one. Many of them have passed away.  Submitted by: Jane Tagak

Photo 15: Jane Tagak. Last name was Donnelley at that time. The primary classroom in Resolute Bay, my classroom. I recognize many of the children but I’m not sure how to label each one. Many of them have passed away.   Submitted by: Jane Tagak

Photo 16: Jane Tagak. Last name was Donnelley at that time. The primary classroom in Resolute Bay, my classroom. I recognize many of the children but I’m not sure how to label each one. Many of them have passed away.  Submitted by: Jane Tagak

Photo 17: Jane Tagak. Last name was Donnelley at that time.  The boy in the white shirt is Timothy Paniloo. His father Peter was the school janitor and lived beside me, his father was Idlout the camp leader filmed in “ Land of the Long Day.” He was brought to Resolute from Pond Inlet to help the Arctic Quebec Inuit adjust to hunting and living conditions in the High Arctic. The little girl at the front is Rebecca Amagoalik. The primary classroom in Resolute Bay, my classroom. I recognize many of the children but I’m not sure how to label each one. Many of them have passed away.  Submitted by: Jane Tagak

Photo 17: The children were born in Resolute Bay between 1956-1960.
From left front: (1)Tommy Jackoosie:( Iqaluk)
(2)Manasie Nungaq,
Behind him  (3)Ely (Eckalook) Allakariallak.
Next Row front Middle; (4) Ruth Kowtak
Next behind her (5) Joadamee Amagoalik;
Row Front: (6) Timothy Paniloo
Behind him: (7) Maggie Naqtai
Behind her: (8) Peter Amagoalik
Next to him (9) Markoosie Amagoalik (Jaybeddie)
Next to him (10) Timothy Kowtak (Kautak)
Next to him (teacher) Ms Donnelly aka: Jane Tagak
Front Row (11) Jessie Idlout;
Next to him (12) Noah Amagoalik also known as Noodoo!
Behind him (13) Johnny Nungaq ;
Behind him (14) Joseph Idlout
Behind him (15) Anna Amagoalik
Behind her (16) Bobby Patsauq
Right Front: (17) Rebecca Amagoalik

Submitted by: Elizabeth Allakariallak-Roberts

Photo 18 & 19: Top down: Pond Inlet community gathering? Jeeteetah (nee: Ootoova) Merkosak, Rebecca Anaviapik, Peter Enook, Rebecca Killiktee, Sipporah Allooloo, April Kyak, Laimekie(sp) Koonark, Micah Arreak (my younger sister) Submitted by: Rhoda (Arreak) Cunningham

Photo 20:  This is our father Johnnie Eckalook Allakariallak (E9-1635) Born In Kuujuaq, PQ lived near Inukjuaq campsite Qangirqusaalak ( Nuvutsiq relocated in September 1955 to Resolute is where the picture is taken. He was the custodian at Military Units as janitor in Resolute South camp and upper base. Well known Qajaq racer, Great hunter family provider, (Lay Minister) Pastor at St,. Barnabas, Anglican Church well known by Bishop Sperry, Bishop Archibald, Canon Donald Whitbread, all Missionaries passing by Resolute Bay even Catholic missions who were stayed at our place. He lost all his dog team transportation over unexplainable situation. This you can fill in the insight information. Our father died on the plane on his way to Arctic Bay in July 19, 1973 buried in Resolute Bay,NWT/now Nunavut born in Nunavik. He was my best. friend.’  Submitted by: Elizabeth Allakariallak-Roberts

Photo 24: Community of Arctic Bay, Nunavut. Submitted by: Susie Issuqangituq

Photo 25: Community of Arctic Bay, Nunavut. Submitted by: Susie Issuquanituq

Photo 26: Community of Arctic Bay, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Susie Issuquanituq

Photo 28:  Young fella at the back: maybe Adam Tigitkok John Allukpik holding his artwork. Coppermine, NWT.  Submitted by: FW Taptuna

Photo 29:  Young fella at the back: maybe Adam Tigitkok John Allukpik holding his artwork. Coppermine, NWT.  Submitted by: FW Taptuna

Photo 32:  The young blond girl resembles Anne Akeeagok whose father is/was the Anglican minister in Iqaluit, now married to Japatee in Grise Fiord. At the top could be her sister.  Submitted by: Doug Beiers

Photo 33:  Kenojuak Ashevak, CC ONu RCA (October 3, 1927 – January 8, 2013) is celebrated as a leading figure of modern Inuit art. Kenojuak Ashevak. Early life and family · Career · Honours · In popular culture Awards: Order of Canada Nationality: Inuit Movement: Inuit art Known for: soapstone carving, drawing, etching, stone-cut, and print-making.  Submitted by: Hassan Boukhoubza

Photo 34: Whale Cove. Three girls in front are Kathy (Misheralak) Nateela she now lives in Baker Lake. Eva (Alareak) Arnalukjuak now lives in Arviat. Elizabeth (Teenar) Kabloonak still lives in Whale Cove.  Submitted by: Selma Eccles

Photo 43: L to R: Charlie Evalik, Simon Taipana, Abe Ookpik, Donald Havioyak, other person unknown. Trees in background – may be YK.  Submitted by: FW Taptuna

Photo 43:  The person on the far right is John Pudnak who was an interpreter, originally from Baker Lake. His family lived in Yellowknife for a time. They moved back to Baker Lake in the early ’70’s.  Submitted by: Silas Arngna’naaq

Photo 44: My late Uncle Sandy Sateana at Coral Harbour, Nunavut.  He died in early 1990’s in Rankin Inlet.  Submitted by: Bernadette Dean

Photo 44: Commissioner Hodgson and Mr. Sandy Sateana, Sandy DOB is July 15,1915 and DOD is Sept 25, 1990, family resides in Rankin Inlet. Submitted by: Sharon Sateana

Photo 51:   The person with the beard sitting on the right of Stu Hodgson is Bob Williamson, aka, Professor R.G. Williamson, C.M., who testified at the High Arctic Exiles hearing of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, on June 30, 1993.  Submitted by: Peter Williamson

Photo 55:  Elizabeth Nibgoarsi with her child.  Elizabeth is now deceased.  She is depicted on the community hall exterior as a community mural.  Location: Arviat, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Eric Anoee Jr.

Photo 55: Well know seamstress, photo likely in Arviat (formerly Eskimo Point) Mrs. Nibgoarsi (Sigyariaq her Inuktitut name).  Submitted by: Dorothy Gibbons

Photo 68:  Left edge of photo, Christine Kamingoak Lyall. Lady with scarf on head, Annie Kunana. Lady pacing baby in parka, Martha (don’t remember last name) Lady packing baby in parka, Martha (don’t remember last name). Coppermine.  Submitted by: Billy Akavak

Photo 69: Lady in mother hubbard, Bessie Tamoanoak Man looking at camera, Paddy Gibson Klengenberg Coppermine. Submitted by:  FW Taptuna

Photo 70: Lady, Nellie Kanovak. Coppermine. Submitted by:  FW Taptuna

Photo 71:  Alec Algiak. Location: Coppermine (now Kugluktuk, Nunavut) .  Submitted by: FW Taptuna

Photo 76: Noah Ineruluk (deceased). With baby on the back. This was taken in Arviat (Eskimo Point) First Lady standing in the left Kownak Sikkikauk 2nd lady Judith Amarudjuak. Submitted by:  Selma Eccles

Photo 77:   The Drummer is Casmier Nutarasungnik at an event in Arviat, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Eric Anoee Jr.

Photo 77:  Arviat (Eskimo Point) early 70’s Bob Williamson, Mrs. Issakiark , daughter Maryanne Issakiark, Eva Mukyunik holding her baby. Simona (Issakiark) Baker with braids and glasses . Drum dancer is Casimer Nutrasungnerk. Emil Arnalak little boy watching drummer.  Submitted by: Selma Eccles

Photo 77:  Gentleman in front of right edge of chalkboard is Bob Williamson. Submitted by:  Victor Tootoo

Photo 78:  People from Arviat, Nunavut.  Some living and some deceased.  Submitted by: Eric Anoee Jr.

Photo 79: Very left is Alex Gordon and far right is Hope Gordon (his wife) from Aklavik, NT.  Submitted by: Holly Carpenter

Photo 83:  I’m from Rankin Inlet. The picture is my parents with me in the Amaouti.  Submitted by: Marlene Tulugak

Photo 84:  I’m from Rankin Inlet. The picture is my parents with me in the Amaouti.  Submitted by: Marlene Tulugak

Photo 119, 120 & 121: Image of Harold Samson Pfeiffer, Canadian sculptor (1908-1997)                                                                                              Obituary: https://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/arctic/Arctic50-4-376.pdf  Submitted by: anonomous

Photo 130:  This is the town of Iqaluit, taken from the hill looking over the “Ikaluit’ part of town (as distinct from ‘Base’) in the late 1960’s.  (ie) pre- row housing, pre-Arctic Ventures.   Submitted by: Keith MacNeill

Photo 134:  Smiling man, right of center – could he be Jimmy Muckpah of Pond Inlet, became an Anglican minister.  Submitted by: Dick Smith

Photo 137:  Arctic Bay, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Tanya Tungilik

Photo 138:  Ben Elgok at Tree River heading up the river toward Plummer’s Tree River Lodge. Submitted by: FW Taptuna

Photo 151: Piita Irniq on the left in the light blue jacket.  Submitted by: Tanya Tungilik

Photo 151: Peter Ernerk, now Piita Irniq, on left in blue parka.  Submitted by: Keith MacNeill

Photo 157 & 158: From left to right is Jack Maniapik, Norman Keenainak, Juili Mike, Allan Angmarlik, Alan Kilabuk, Michael Kilabuk and Paul Kilabuk. They are all from Pangnirtung originally.  Submitted by: Kathy Okpik

Photo 157 & 158:  Possibly John Bruce, left in lavender shirt Norman Keenaikak, second from left in blue shirt Possibly Mikey Turqtuq, far right.  Submitted by:  Keith MacNeill

Photo 167: Guy Amarok of Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Scott Welch

Photo 173: Bella Lennie Ruben from Sachs Harbour and then she moved to Paulatuk, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Holly Carpenter

Photo 175: Susie Tiktalik from Sachs Harbour, NT. Submitted by: Holly Carpenter

Photo 183:  Looks like the harbour in Tuk.  Submitted by: Derek Lovlin

Photo 184: Senator Willie Adams and Late Ollie Ittinuar.  Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Selma Eccles

Photo 184:  Senator Willie Adams in middle, late Ollie Ittinuar on right holding gavel and photo. Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.  Submitted by:  Victor Tootoo

Photo 184: Commissioner Stuart Hodgson, Willie Adams (later Senator), Ollie Ittinuar.  Submitted by:  Keith MacNeill

Photo 185: Beautiful Grise Fiord, Nunavut. Probably middle / late 1970’s.  Submitted by:  Amon Ageeagok

Photo 186: This is a picture of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. That orange building is the old CBC building (which is still there). I used to live in that grey building at the far end of the street with the white balconies. Previously I said I lived in the grey building, but it is actually light brown in that picture.  I think these days  it is grey.   Submitted by: Tanya Tungilik

Photo 187: Community of Pangnirtung, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Susie Issuquanituq

Photo 194:  The man standing in the picture with the light shirt wearing a watch looks like Piita Irniq.  Submitted by: Tanya Tungilik

Photo 194:  Piita Irniq at right in white shirt. Submitted by: Keith MacNeill

Photo 195: Piita Irniq at right in white shirt.  Submitted by: Keith MacNeill

Photo 195:  L-R Stuart Hodgson, unknown, Piita Irniq.  Submitted by: Tanya Tungilik

Photo 203: L-R Meeka Kilabuk, Ross Paton. This picture was taken in Pangnirtung, Nunavut. Meeka was my aunt. I worked for Ross when he ran Ajuittuq Lodge in Pangnirtung as a teenager.  Submitted by: Kathy Okpik

Photo 203:  Meeka Kilabuk and Ross Peyton, my grandfather. Both passed. Photo likely in Pang. I heard many stories from both of their fond memories of each other, and they talked regularly until their deaths. He built and ran Peyton Lodge with his business partner Doug Cressman in Pangnirtung. Submitted by: Shannon Bannon

Photo 203: Meeka Kilabuk with Ross Paton, owner of the Pang Hotel.  Submitted by:  Keith MacNeill

Photo 204: Joanasie Salomonie, possibly during filming of The White Dawn in Iqaluit (because of the costume and tupiq in background).  Submitted by:  Keith MacNeill

Photo 204: June 15, 1938 – March 7 1998? Joanasie Salomonie from Kinngait (Cape Dorset) during shooting of White Dawn telling by him wearing sealskins.  Submitted by: Ningiukulu Teevee

Photo 205:  Michael Kusugak on left with guitar and Jose Kusugak  on right with microphone.  Submitted by: Keith MacNeill and Tanya Tungilik

Photo 205: Michael Kusugak playing guitar. Late Jose Kusugak singing. Likely Rankin Inlet. Submitted by: Victor Tootoo

Photo 207: Tucktoo’s son, Jonah Paniloo, and Ipeelie (Harrison) Patsauq of Resolute Bay in 1970’s.  Submitted by: Elizabeth Allakariallak-Roberts

Photo 208: Man on the left is Kavavow Kiguktak from Grise Fiord, Nunavut but the picture is in Pangnirtung, Nunavut when he was working for Parks Canada.  Submitted by: Amon Akeeagok

Photo 223: L-R Leo Napayok, Patterk Netser, Tommy Paliak, Kono Tattuinee, Andy Eecherk, Joesph Pameolik, Edmund Pilakapsi, possibly John Sateana.  Location: Coral Harbour, Nunavut.  Submitted by: Tommy Bruce

Photo 223:  Left to right Leo Napayok, Patterk Netser, Tommy Paliak, Kono Tattuinee,Late Andy Eecherk, Joseph Pameolik,Edmund Pilakapsi, Danny Sateana.  Submitted by:  Selma Eccles

Photo 230: Bryan Pearson top right with blue parks, camera and goatee.  Submitted by:  Keith MacNeill

Photo 232: The woman (on the left wearing the white and blue shirt) is my mother. Submitted by: Tina Price

Photo 268:  Sandy Akavak receiving an award.  Submitted by: Billy Akavak

Photo 270 – 273:  Joe Arlooktoo, Joannie Ikkidluak, Jawlie Akavak, unknown, unknown, unknown, Eshuaktoo Akavak (my father), Mikidjuk Kolola. Lake Harbour now called Kimmirut. Submitted by: Billy Akavak

Photo 281 & 282:  My grandmother and grandfather said this persons names is Nutaula.  Submitted by: Jonah Pitsiulak

Photo 283 & 284: Kooyoo Tikivik Submitted by: Billy Akavak

Photo 285 & 286: Mary E. Akavak. Submitted by: Billy Akavak

Photo 294 & 295:  Resolute Bay, Nunavut in the 1970’s.  Submitted by: Elizabeth Allakariallak-Roberts

Photo 296:  Randy Nungaq from Resolute Bay, Nunavut.  Submitted by:  Elizabeth Allakariallak-Roberts

Photo 301 & 302: Jim Kilabuk from Pangnirtung, Nunavut. He worked for the Hudson Bay for over 40 years. He has many many grandchildren. He was my grandfather.  Submitted by: Kathy Okpik

Photo 322:  Bryan Pearson (tan jacket) (1934-2016) He lived in Iqaluit for many years. He was Iqaluit’s first mayor, co-founder of Toonik Tyme, MLA, owned a local store as well as Iqaluit’s first movie theatre, Astro Theatre. Here’s an article about him in Nunatsiaq News: https://nunatsiaq.com/stories/article/65674never_to_be_forgotten_bryan_r-_pearson_may_30_1934_oct-_12_2016/ Submitted by: Kaittaasi Peter