Kennedy Bradshaw's Yukon Friends: Photographs From The Keno City Mining Museum, Circa 1950

Curated by: Robin Armour, Whitehorse

Kennedy Bradshaw was an electrician and mechanic in the Yukon. His photographic documentation of fellow miners, from the United Keno Hill Mines of Keno and Elsa, provides a rare insight into the isolated mining community less than two hundred miles from the Arctic Circle.

The exhibition is supported by the Canada Council’s Dissemination Assistance Program.


Saturday, June 13th , 2:00 pm | Four Photographers in 55 Years in the Yukon: 1900 to 1955, a lecture by Curator, Robin Armour


Yukon friends, Gallery Invitation - front
Gallery Invitation - front
Yukon friends, Gallery Invitation
Gallery Invitation
Gallery Invitation - back
Gallery Invitation - back

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