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Item is an illustrated reference guide for taking pictures on a farm. Item also features Kodak products, including cameras, film, and publications.
Kodak Canada Inc.
Six gelatin silver prints on either side of a cardboard mount. Images of the parliament building in Victoria, B.C, loggers, Beacon Hill Park Victoria, B.C., an onion farm, a sweet pea farm and a harbor. Inscriptions in pen read, 'Onion Farm, California, Sweet Pea Farm'. Inscriptions in pencil read '$50 - 23' and 'SITA'.
borderless unmounted print depitcs four men on horses corssing railroad tracks in rural setting. Orchards are visible in background. Verso ink stamp "This photograph was made by Pringle & Booth, 181 George St. Toronto, duplicates can be had at any time."
- [ca. 1915?]
Thick card album page with cloth guiard attached. One gsp on each side of page. Recto depcits statue and surrounding park landscape. Recto inscriptions in black ink: "Lincoln Monument Lincoln Park Chicago." Verso depicts cattle, barn, and fences. Verso inscriptions in blakc ink: "#47 Steers in stock yards, Chicago. Only 10 minutes more to live." Each side has decorative borders in black ink.
Matte print with white border mounted on black mat board with embossed decorative border. Depcits two men, one woman and dog in yard in front of a stone house with wire gate. No inscriptions.
Red fabric cover with gold embossed letters- "Sunny Memories." Fabric spine and binding. White and green pages have window openings of various shapes and sizes for different sized photographs. Some drawings are interspersed throughout as well.
Photographs show the coastline of Gordon, Scotland and a variety of snapshots.
Activities include swimming, farming, hay-baling, hunting,
Subjects include people, dogs, landscapes, ships, waterfalls, buildings, farms, trains, seashores, parks, gardens, sailboats, horse-drawn carriages
Item consists of a black and white photograph of two men and two horses. The men are wearing hats, suspenders and boots, and are each holding a lead to a horse. The horses are brown with some white spots. They are standing in front of a building made of stone and wood, which appears to be a stable of sorts. The ground is dirt and rocks. The focus is sharp on the horses, but not much else. There is a 0.5 cm white border around the image.
- [c. 1899-1912]
Red leather cover. Spine detaching from cover. Black pages.
Themes include portraits, houses and churches, farm life, early cameras, early cars, early trains, early bikes, steamboats, waterscapes.
Includes a photograph of the steamboat Argyle [formerly The Empress of India, built in 1876; rebuilt/renamed in 1899/1902 (conflict among sources); renamed Frontier in 1912]. See < maritimehistoryofthegreatlakes.ca > search "Argyle steamboat".
- [ca. 1906-1926]
Items depict scenes from along the Canadian Pacific Railway, people, locations, animal, the sun, tombs, ships, indigenous Peoples, cities and trails. Wooden box has the word
Songs on it.
- [ca. 1895]
File contains a stereoscopic viewer and set of Kromogram stereoscopic images. A Kromogram was produced by a special camera and viewed through a Kromoscop.
The Kromskop is a stereoscopic viewer which combined the images from six black and white transparencies through colour filters to create a stereoscopic colour image. The six black and white transparencies were connected together in such a way that they could be 'draped' over the viewer. The set of six transparencies is called a Kromogrram.
To produce a Kromogram, the special camera took three pairs of images of a given object (an exposure time of a minute was required, which made it impractical for portrait work). It used a combination of mirrors, prisms and colour filters. The eventual positive was cut into three and mounted in a folded cardboard frame to form the Kromogram.
The three pairs of transparencies were black and white. However they differed in detail because they showed different features of the subject as transmitted through the particular colour filter.
The label on the box reads: "The Photochromoscope Syndicate, Limited, / 121, Shaftesbury Avenue, London W.C." The Syndicate, a British company, was established by Ives in 1898.
Kromogram consists of three black and white negatives made of one subject and there are four sets of three. One set focuses on botanical gardens/flowers, another on a vase of flowers, one on a Yorkshire farm and the last on two people sitting and reading.