10 Results for Charlottetown
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- 1 December 1920
Item is a grey and green mottled-pattern bi-fold card with, art nouveu floral design embossed into the upper left corner of the front flap. On the front of the right flap is embossed the name of the photographer: "Craswell/ Charlottetown, P.E...
- [ca. 1920]
Item is a brown bi-fold card with text at the bottom edge of the front left flap in black letterpress: "Portrait by Bayer, Charlottetown, P.E.I." Inside, a photograph of a boy in a sailor-style suit holding a small toy ship in his left h...
Bayer, J. A. S.
- [Reprinted ca. 1920 (original ca. 1860)]
Item is a brown bi-fold card with an embossed design with shield and helmet on the front left flap, beneath which is the photographer's name in letterpress: "A.E. Lyon/ Photo./ Charlottetown, P.E.I." Inside, a photograph is adhered ...
- ca. 1920
Item is a grey folded card card with embossed art nouveau style decorative flower at the top left and text at the bottom centre, "Portrait by Bayer, Charlottetown, P.E.I." Inside, full body photograph of a young girl with a severe bobbed...
Bayer, J. A. S.
- ca. 1910
Item consists of a grey card with oval photograph of a man with checkered cap and light-coloured wool overcoat. At bottom right, in silver letterpress, "E. R. Turner/ Ch(?)town P.E.I." followed by a decorative finial. On verso, handwritt...
- [April] 1980
Built in 1856 by James Peake, a prominent shipbuilder and merchant in Charlottetown. In the photograph, signage for the Carvell Brothers Wholsale Grocers Ltd. who owned and operated a wholesale buisiness at this location from 1862-1976. The buildi...