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Portrait of a man and two women

Item consists of a grey card with oval photograph of a man with dark suit and hat seated at centre, with two women standing behind him, each holding a pair of gloves. The woman on the left wears a checkered blouse with plain dark skirt, and the blouse is puffed out in the "S" curve fashion. The woman on the right wears a dark coloured dress with matching belt and a velvet(?) collar. At bottom right, embossed, "Jas. Mason/ PENETANG &/ ELMVALE".

Mason, James H.

Phototeria at Jim McCowan's Barn

Items contains 88 digital images of the Phototeria taken at the Baldwin, Ontario farm owned by Jim McCowan (a distant cousin of the inventor, David A. McCowan), where the booth was stored until 2015.

Dunbar, George

Thank you for this Kodak moment

Item consists of four identical posters, two in French and two in English. The poster features black and white images of a letter from the president of Kodak Canada Inc. celebrating the success of their manufacturing and supply operations, a Kodacolor roll of film, and of six Kodak employees. Writing at the bottom of the poster describes the accomplishments of the Kodak team and thanks them for their great performance in 1992.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Brechin

Item consists of photographs of a trip to Brechin. The photos are taken in a rural farming area with subjects that include men and women, horses, hay, firewood, a log cabin, corn stalks, and cows.

Brechin

Item consists of photographs of a family at Brechin. Subjects include family portraits and photographs with various farm animals including birds, horses, cats, and goats.

Unionville

Item consists of eight photographs taken at Unionville of a young boy and a young girl. The children are accompanied by adults in two of the photos. In one of them both children are carried by adults with another woman standing by. In the other the young girl is standing in front of a man.

Atherley

Item consists of photographs of a family taken at Atherley. Subjects include water bodies, a canoe, the Samuel de Champlain monument (in present day Orillia and designed by Vernon March), a house, and a cow.

Negatives Atherley

Item consists of photographs of a family taken at Atherley. Subjects include water bodies, the Samuel de Champlain monument (in present day Orillia and designed by Vernon March), a house, and a car thought to be a Ford Model A.

[Baby on a Blanket]

Item consists of a black and white photograph of a baby lying on a white blanket. The baby is dressed in a white gown and lays beside a small flower bouquet. The photograph is shot from an odd angle and the baby is framed diagonally in the shot. The baby's dark hair is askew. The image is surrounded by a 0.75 cm white border. The back of the photograph is stamped "artray limited, photographers, vancover canada, art jones . ray munro". Former Vancouver Sun photojournalists, Art Jones and Ray Munro, incorporated artray limited in 1948. Jones and Munro were only in business together for less than a year, as Jones bought Munro out later in 1948. Munro went on to become a columnist, a parachute jumper, and a hypnotist, among other things. Jones later went on to produce and host "Art Jones & Company", a weekly feature on SHAW TV, where he chatted with business, entertainment, community and political leaders.

artray

[Portrait of a Young Woman]

Item consists of a sepiatoned black and white portrait of a young woman. The portrait is circular with a soft edge. The woman has her hair tied up around her head and is looking off to the left. She is wearing a black dress with a white lace collar and a long necklace that falls out of the frame. The photograph is housed a card. The card is yellowed with an embossed emblem on the top left on the front. Also on the front, on the bottom right, is the name of the photographer "A.R. Ward 289 Yonge St. Toronto". 289 Yonge Street is located right at Yonge and Dundas in Toronto. There is a translucent paper inside the card to further protect the photograph.

Ward, A. R.

[Portrait of a Boy]

Item consists of a black and white photograph of a young boy. The young boy is wearing a formal suit and tie, and is looking off to the right. The photograph was shot in H.E. Peagam's studio in Toronto, Ontario. H.E. Peagam was photographer that had a studio at 32 Temperance Street in Toronto in 1893, and one at 254 Yonge Street in Toronto 1901 - 1922. The portrait of the boy is cut into an oval (measuring approx. 5 x 7 cm) and has a small even white border. The oval photograph is pasted onto a black piece of card measuring 9.25 x 13.25 cm. On the bottom right of the card is embossed with "H.E. Peagam, Toronto, ONT"

H.E. Peagam

"Five-a-Minute and a Million!"

Item is an article about the Phototeria, written by Frederick Griffin and published in the Toronto Star Weekly on April 14th, 1928.

Griffin, Frederick

Kodacolor Gold 1600

File consists of 1 indiviually packaged roll of Kodak Kodacolor Gold 35 mm film for colour prints with 1600 ISO and 24 exposures. Develop before date is 04/1991.

Munro, Allan

Craig Drew inspecting film

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of a man inspecting film at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: Craig Drew Inspects 35mm Kodachrome Film From the Drying Cabinet at the End of the Processing Operation. / The Roll Will be Taken to the Semi-Automatic Mount Machine.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Michael Hoffman and Jim Ferguson adjusting microfilm processor

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of two men at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab, one is adjusting a microfilm processor. Description reads: Michael Hoffman, right, a Micrographics Equipment Service Rep, Adjusts a Recordak Prostar Microfilm Processor. / With Him is Jim Ferguson, Vancouver District Service Supervisor for Micrographics, Photofinishing and Roller Transport Processors.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Allison Cameron and Ian Ferguson

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of a woman talking on the phone with a man next to her at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: Allison Cameron Gets a Call From a Kodak Equipment Service Rep While Ian Ferguson Waits to Discuss his Service Calls for the Day.

Kodak Canada Inc.

John Lo checking copier

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of a man checking the setup of a copier-duplicator at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: John Lo, a Copier Equipment Service Rep, Uses a Service Module to Check and Setup a New Kodak Ektaprint Copier-Duplicator in the CESD Repair Shops. / Pre-installation Checks are Done to Speed Installation on the Customer's Premises.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Ted Bagley and Len King with motion picture film

Item consists of a black and white photograph featuring an image of four men with part of the stock of motion picture film at the Kodak North Vancouver Processing Lab. Description reads: Ted Begley and Len King, Processing Service, With Part of the Stock of Motion Picture Film Kept for Pickup by Local Cinematographers.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Portrait of three children

Item is a cream coloured cabinet card with gold letterpress at bottom edge, "Dixon/ Cor. King & Yonge Sts./ TORONTO." Photograph is a full length portrait of three children, with the youngest wearing a velvet coat, tartan skirt and matching socks and seated on a bannister on the left. A girl is seated in a rustic tree branch chair on the right. The boy in the centre wears a sack coat with only the top button fastened. On verso, a lithographed design in gold with the text "ELECTRIC LIGHT PHOTO GALLERY." followed by the image of the front and back of a medal for the Industrial Exhibition Association of Toronto Opened Setp 5th 1879. Beneath that, "Highest Award at Toronto, Kingston and Hamilton./ S. J. Dixon,/ MEMBER OF THE/ Photographers'. Association. of. America./ All Photos made with the New Process./ NO CHANGE OF EXPRESSION./ The Exposure is but One Second./ GALLERY,/ Cor. King and Yonge Sts./ TORONTO./ Not Connected with any other Gallery of the/ Same Name."

Dixon, Samuel J.

Portrait of a man with statue of a horse and rider with prey from the hunt

Item is a brown cabinet card with gold letterpress at bottom edge, "Dixon/ COR. KING & YONGE STS./ Toronto." Photograph shows a man standing next to a small statue of a horse and rider, the rider holds a fox or small animal upside down while two dogs at the horse's feet jump up at it. On verso, also in gold letterpress, "ELECTRIC LIGHT PHOTO GALLERIES" followed by a design with front and back of a medal by the Industrial Exhibition Association of Toronto. Text continues "Highest Award at Toronto, Kingston and Hamilton/ S. J. Dixon/ Member of the Photographer's Association of America/ ALL PHOTOS MADE WITH THE NEW PROCESS/ No Change of Expression. The Exposure is but One/ Second./ STUDIOS/ CORNER/ KING AND YONGE STREETS AND CORNER/ YONGE & TEMPERANCE STS./ TORONTO".

Dixon, Samuel J.

Polaroid Polacolor Land film type 108

3 boxes of Polaroid Colorpack film type 108, 2 packages have been opened but the film inside remains sealed in plastic envelopes. A folded sheet with instructions and a pack of film mounts accompanies the film in each package. Each film pack contains 8 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inch prints. All three boxes are stamped with a use-before date of Aug 1972.

Kodak Canada In Focus tenite polypropylene foam uses

File consists of a Kodak Canada In Focus snapshot of kitchen utensils and vegetables laid out on a counter. Adhered to the verso of the photograph is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, September 1981, Vol. 27 No. 8. Subject info reads: "Tenite polypropylene foam used in making handles on kitchen tools and cutlery."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Canada In Focus stock planning department

Item is a snapshot with an enclosed caption that reads "Julie learning the use of the video display unit at the stock planning department. 'The teacher' is Tuula Multala, stock planning assistant." Inscribed in blue ink below the caption reads "Jan 1980 / Vol. 26 No. 1", likely the issues of Kodak Canada In Focus this photograph may appear in.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Canada In Focus portrait of Ron Nicholson, fire chief

Item is a portrait of a man wearing a peaked cap with a badge that reads "FIRE DEPARTMENT / SERVICE D'INCENOIE". Adhered to the verso is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, Nov 1980, Vol. 26 No. 9. Subject info reads: "Kodak's own fire chief Ron Nicholson, was honoured by the Boy Scouts of Canada."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Canada In Focus portrait of Doug Norton, fire chief

Item consists of a portrait of a man wearing a peaked cap with a badge that reads "KODAK CANADA / FIRE DEPARTMENT". Adhered to the verso is a label that indicates the image was for Kodak Canada In Focus, Nov, Dec, 1979, Vol. 25 No. 10. Subject info reads: "Kodak's fire chief Doug Norton retired after 41 years of service."

Kodak Canada Inc.

Professor with long beard

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'.

Kellie and Co. Portraits

[Notman winter scene]

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.)"

William Notman & Son

Portrait of McCallums children

Item is a photograph mounted on card backing, showing 4 children in outdoor setting with studio backdrop. Boy at centre sits on a swing with his sisters on either side, and the youngest seated on a log. On verso, in pencil, "McCallums - Ailsa Craig/ Lived next-door to us -".

Portrait of a woman with large feathered hat

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."

Carriere & Cie.

[Osberg family(?) portraits]

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.

[Portrait of Guy Bulloch]

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.

Notman, William

[Portrait of Simon]

Item is a cream coloured card with photograph of a boy seated in a studio setting. At the bottom of the card, in gold letterpress: "H. D. Wallis, Photographer, 61 SPARKS STREET OTTAWA". On verso, elaborate design in gold ink repeating the photographer's name and studio address, along with a handwritten note and negative number. A cartoon of two Chinese (?) men appear in the lower left of the design. The card design was provided by Free Press Print, Ottawa.

Wallis, James D.

[Portrait of a man in purple tie]

Item is a cream coloured card with photograph of a man wearing a suit with hand-coloured purple tie. On verso, design in gold ink for the Notman Studio: "W. NOTMAN" with the Royal Crest at the centre and a ribbon wrapping that which reads "PHOTOGRAPHER TO/ HER MAJESTY" followed by the locations of studios in "MONTREAL/ OTTAWA/ TORONTO/ & HALIFAX". At four corners of the design are images of medals, which read clockwise from top left, "LONDON" "1862/ LONDINE/ HONORIS/ CAUSA/ 1862" "1867" and "NAPOLEON III EMPEROR/ PARIS".

Notman, William

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