Item is a cabinet card of a man and woman on a sled. Text below photograph reads, 'Summerhayes & Walford, Montreal'. Text on verso of card reads, 'Summerhayes & Walford Photographers, Montreal'. Illegible inscription on verso.
Item is a light brown card with photograph of a man from the shoulders up, on a plain background. Embossed into the card at the base is the studio mark for William Notman and Son at 14 Phillips Square, Montreal. On verso, the name Guy Bulloch with the date 1900s is handwritten in blue ink.
File consists of four card mounted photographs, 3 of the same man in various poses and 1 of a woman. All mounted on black card by studios in Montreal. The photographs were found inside the Agnes Osberg album (2009.005.023) with a yellow sticky note that read: Came from the same family But Not this album.
Item is a square cream card with thin brown line framing a square photograph of a woman with a large feathered hat. A lithgraphed drawing of flowers in red and green frames the photograph on the diagonal. Beneath the image, in brown letterpress, "CARTE DE VISITE" and at the lower right of the card, "CARRIERE & CIE./ 159 RUE SAINT LAURENT/ MONTREAL."
montage of images on cabinet card, depicting winter scenes and portraits. Central image is an ice palace. Many are group/ composite photos. Recto captions: "Wm. Notman & Son. Montreal". Verso inscription in gold, "Wm. Notman Montreal, -oni soit qui mal-, Photographer to her Majesty, also at Toronto, Halifax, Ottawa & St. John. N.B. (etc.)"
Item is a cabinet card of a professor with a long beard. Imprint below photograph reads 'Kellie and Co. Portraits', illegible inscription on surface of photograph. Inscription on verso reads, 'From Prof. Duchariue to his pupil Florence L. Roe Dec 26th 1893. 900 Dorchester St Montreal'.
Item consists of a painted photograph of a woman in blue and brown dress holding a fan in her left hand and resting her cheek in her right hand. Image has been signed at bottom left in black ink, "NOTMAN PHOTO/ J.W./ '76".
Photographs of the exhibition installation as well as images of the architectural plans and finished buildings featured in the exhibition. This exhibition focused on Eisnman's drawings and models for four key works: submission to the International Design Seminar in Cannaregio Venice, Italy (1978); the submission to the South Friedrichstadt housing competition of the Intrernationale Bauausstellung, Berlin (1980-81); the project for the University Art Museum for California State University in Long Beach (1986); the submission Choral L. Works for the Parc de La Villette, Paris (1985-86).The exhibition was curated by Jean Francois Bédard and ran from March 2 - June 19, 1994.