Baby carriages

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7 Archival description results for Baby carriages

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[Woman in Fur, and Baby in Wicker Pram]

Item consists of a black and white photograph of a woman standing next to a baby carriage. The woman is wearing a hat and fur coat. The baby is in a wicker pram. Both are looking at the camera. There are two houses behind them. There is a light leak toward the bottom right of the photograph. On the back of the photograph is handwritten in pencil "Apr 1915".

[Little Girl in Baby Carriage]

Item consists of two black and white photographs of a little girl popping out of a baby carriage. In one photograph, the little girl is looking up, and in the other photograph she is looking out. The carriage is parked in the front or back of a house. There is ivy covering the house. There is a 0.5 cm white border surrounding the image. The back of both photographs are stamped in black ink "532C".

Shields, Lorne

Portrait of Jessie as an infant in carriage

Item consists of a square photograph with a round image mounted on a grey card with scalloped edges. The photograph shows a baby in carriage outdoors with a fence and houses in the background. On verso, handwritten in pencil, "Jessie". There is a sticker at the lower right with the text in ink, "$2.50/ SW".

[Woman, Baby and Wicker Pram]

Item consists of a black and white photograph of a woman sitting beside a baby on some grass. Beside them is a wicker chair with a light coloured pillow and a wicker baby carriage. They appear to be sitting in the back yard of a home. There is an uneven white border surrounding the image. On the back of the photograph is handwritten "August 9th 1914".

Baby Rer. 6 wks.

Item consists of two black and white photographs of a woman lifting a baby out of a wicker baby carriage. The woman and carriage are on a walkway to the front of a house. There are some flowers in the background. The carriage is posed diagonally, baby and woman are looking at each other. The photos appear to be developed and fixed improperly, as there are liquid markings and fingerprints on the prints. The two images are identical but flipped and cropped differently. One is lighter than the other. On the back of each photograph is handwritten in black pen "Baby Rer. 6 wks."