List of classroom rules from the Morley Residential School, likely typed up by Telfer. There are rules for the children and for teachers. The document is typed on letterhead for "Indian Residential School, United Church of Canada, Rev. E.J. Staley, Principal, Morely, Alta."
Document describing the Owl Dance, a lodge, and a method of torture. The specific culture/place related to these descriptions is not clear. "Catlin" is written at the bottom, either as the author of the document or the source of the information.
Description of the Stoney Nakoda Nation, likely from the perspective of Telfer. Includes observations about the Stoney reserve, homes, seasonal activities, payments to the Stoney from the federal government and the Calgary Power Company, dress, gender dynamics, religion, food, the Annual Singing Festival, and names.
File contains documentation created or collected by Telfer. Most related to Morley Residential School. Materiel includes programmes; written accounts of the school and its rules/customs; accounts of the Stoney Nakoda Nations; a United Mission of Canada booklet; tanned hide samples; and photographic negatives. These negatives appear to be copy negatives of the prints originally acquired by MOA. See File 1 of this fonds for these prints.