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10 Archival description results for Chatham
10 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
- [July] 1961
Aerial view of the renovation of the original 1867 Ursuline Motherhouse and construction of a new, circular chapel on the grounds known as the 'Pines Chapel'. The residence and chapel have were designated as Heritage Properties under the Ontario Heritage Act in 2009.
- 19 April 1913
Item is a portrait mounted on card, featuring an image of a young woman in white side button boots and white opera length gloves and white bow in her hair. Text below photograph reads, 'Westlake Chatham, Ontario'. Inscription in black ink on back of photograph reads, 'Constance L. Orr. April, 19th, 1913. To Grande'.
- 19 April 1913
Item is a portrait mounted on card of young woman in white side button boots and white opera length gloves and white bow in her hair. Text below photograph reads, 'Westlake Chatham, Ontario'. Inscription in black ink on back of mount reads, 'Constance L. Orr. April 19th, 1913.
- ca. 1902-1906
Item consists of a grey card with photograph of a family group on a porch of a house, taken from a distance. The girl at the far right appears in item 2008.001.208.1, wearing the same light coloured dress with dark embroidery. In the distance at the right more houses are visible.
- ca. 1901
Item consists of a light grey card with photograph of a young woman in patterend dress with puff-ball sleeves and a floral-printed blouse. At the bottom right, embossed, "BAIKIE" above the design of the letters B, J and T intertwined, and followed by "OPPOSITE MARKET/ CHATHAM/ ONT."
- ca. 1970
Interior view, showing pews and altar flanked by a statue of the Virgin and Child and a tapestry. The walls are plain, rounded concrete. A piece of paper adhered to the back of the photograph reads: "RAMBUSCH Designers, Craftsmen an Lighting Engineers/ Forty West Thurteenth Street, New York, N. Y. 10011/ Blessed Sacrament Church/ Chatham, Ontario/ W. J. Storey, Architect/ Furnishings by Rambush - Toronto."
- Mar. 1958
The main entrance to the square, concrete building is pictured. A frieze decorates one side of the doors while a statue of St. Anthony and child decorates the other. The entrance is accessible by a set of concrete steps. A circular stamp on back of photograph reads" F.J. Stalmach Architect/ Ontario Association Architects Member".
- [between 1902-1906]
Item is a grey card with full body photograph of a young woman standing in a studio setting, with drapering and an urn to the right and a small wooden table with an oval portrait photograph to the left. The girl wears a light dress with dark embroidery in the Edwardian "S" curve style. At the bottom right on the card, embossed in black, "Westlake Bros/ CHATHAM, ONT."