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41 Archival description results for Hamilton
40 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
Item is a cream coloured card card featuring a full length portrait of a man and woman against a studio backdrop (top edge of backdrop visible) with curtain covering right side. Man is seated at a writing desk and woman stands beside him, wearing a hoop skirt that is slightly lifted off the floor. On verso, photographer's stamp "W. R. MACAULAY,/ Photographer,/ Cor. King & John Sts.,/ HAMILTON, O,/ Negatives Preserved, Dupli-/cates furnished atany(sic) time,".
W. R. Macaulay
- [between 1874-1886]
Item is a cream coloured card with full length portrait of a young girl seated on a wrought iron chair wearing an embroidered dress and her curled hair tied back with a ribbon. On verso, photographer's stamp featuring a border of flowers and second border of rope with a crest with castle, unicorn and anchor, and the text "MISS M. A. HESS,/ Photo./ HAMILTON,/ ONT."
Hess, Miss Margaret A.
- 1970, 1972
Interior and exterior views of a large hospital and laboratory for instruction in health sciences at McMaster University, including construction views showing the exposed girders and views of the finished building.
- [between 1898 and 1906]
Item is a grey card with black embossed decoration around oval photograph of a man with high white collar and ascot tie. At bottom right, embossed, "Leatherdale/ 52 KING ST W./ HAMILTON, ONT."
Leatherdale, Thomas J.
- ca. 1930
Item is a green bi-fold card with a design in silver letterpress at the top left of an artist's palette and brushes with the text "The/ Gainsboro". Inside, a portrait of a woman with a wavy bobbed haircut and a fur coat with thick fur collar. At the bottom centre, in black letterpress, "THE/ GAINSBORO/ STUDIOS/ TORONTO/ HAMILTON/ ST. CATHERINES".
- [between 1880-1900]
Item is a white cabinet card with gold letterpress border and text at the bottom, "W. Farmer 35 KING STREET/ HAMILTON, ONT." Photograph shows a baby in white dress seated on some fabric. On verso, printed sideways, an elaborate lithograph with a camera, woman and cherubs admiring a pictures with a city scene in the distance and the text "W. Farmer/ 35, King Street,/ Hamilton, Ont./ ENLARGEMENTS IN INDIA INK, WATER COLOR, CRAYON AND OIL./ SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR PICTURE/ FRAMES AND MOULDING./ DUPLICATES/ CAN BE HAD/ AT ANY TIME./ Manufacturer/ of Dry Plates./ NEG. C. E. & C."
- ca. 1900,1983
Photographs of the park in 1900 set the scene for the 1983 redevelopment. The park is built on a narrow median with traffic lanes on either side, visible in some of the construction photographs.
- [February] 1980
Exterior view of brick, diagonal entrance.
- [ca. 1968]
Black and white photographs of the exterior of a home, taken at night and during the day. Stamp on back of photograph with architect's name, Jerome Markson. Markson was awarded a 25 Years Award in 1993 for his work on the Moses residence by the Ontario Association of Architects and Canadian House and Home magazine.
- ca. 1940
Item is a snapshot photograph of a group of women dressed to portray different countries, with banners for clarification. They are seated on a wagon as part of a parade. Above their heads a banner reads "VICTORY/ The BELL THREAD Co. Ltd/ HAVE YOU BOUGHT--" Beneath the float, more banners read "DOUBLE YOU LAST/ BUY VICTORY BONDS".
Item consists of a grey folded card card with art nouveau decoration at upper left, and the text "PLATINUM PORTRAIT/ BY/ A.M. CUNNINGHAM/ 3. James Str. N./ HAMILTON". Inside, glassine tissue and an oval photograph of an older woman with embroidered jacket and high collared lace blouse mounted on cream card. At the bottom of the photograph, handwritten in pencil, "Cunningham/ 09".
- [between 1900-1905]
Item is a beige card with portrait of a woman in dress with translucent sleeves and a large bow around the neck. Shows full view of body, with dramatically cinched waist from corset. At bottom, in brown letterpress, decoration with oval border and crown and the text, "CRAWFORD/ HAMILTON."
Item is a photograph album with an ornate cover and metal clasps. Gold trimmed pages with openings to insert the CDVs. Spine in very poor condition; some torn pages; one loose photograph. Contains 26 gelatin silver and albumen photographs.
Many pages are empty. One loose photograph. Photographs consist of portraits; some with animals such as dogs or horses.
Photo studios include McMillan, Ontario and J Nicol Photographer, Nairn.
- [ca. 1900-2000]
Items are playing cards with a portrait of a woman on one side and photographic prints, of a wide range of subjects from Canada and the United States, on the other
- [ca. 1880]
Item is a cream carte de visite with photograph of two men, facing each other as if in conversation, but the right one looks at the camera. A painted winter backdrop with skaters on a rink is behind them. The men wear ice skates. On verso, in black letterpress "MILNE,/ Photographers,/ HAMILTON, ONT." At top, in pencil, "1.00".
Milne Studios Limited
Part of Peter Di Gangi Papers
File contains several copies of brochure "Support the Right to Self-Government" put out by the Assembly of First Nations, and a copy of "Indian Development Issues Post-Patriation" notes from a speech given by W. Rudnicki at McMaster University, June 2, 1982.