- Commercial portraiture, 10 results
- Photography (process), 10 results
- Photography--Studios and dark rooms, 6 results
- Office buildings--Ontario, 4 results
- Photographs, 3 results
- Schools (institutions), 3 results
- Women, 3 results
- Universities and colleges, 3 results
- skyscrapers, 3 results
- Mountains, 3 results
89 Archival description results for Ottawa
89 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
- [August] 1985
- [ca. 1966]
Blohm, Hans L.
- [September] 1968; [July] 1969; [January] 1972; [November] 1981
Exterior views of concrete theatre building during construction and upon completion. Folder also includes interior views of auditorium seating, hanging glass sculptures by William Martin, lobby, and stairwells. The National Arts Centre received the 1971 Design Canada Concrete Awards Program Award of Excellence: "A fine concept on a difficult and restrictive site...splendid functional and space planning with a pleasing relationship to people...an outstanding example of in-situ and precast concrete work used together structurally and as a cladding."
- [ca. 1880]
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.
- ca. 1870
Item is a cream coloured cabinet card with image of a woman in tall straw hat and bustled gown leaning in a doorway with a child in single-breasted jacket holding a straw boater seated in hay at her knees. Flowers are painted onto the faux-stone wall of the studio scene. At bottom, in gold letterpress, "Wallis." and at right "PHOTOGRAPHER/ 61 SPARKS STREET, OTTAWA."
Wallis, James D.
- [between 1881-1888]
Item is a white carte-de-visite featuring a full length portrait photograph of a young man dressed in velvet suit jacket trimmed in lace with matching trousers that cut above the knee and have been extended down with a long lace frill. Black stockings complete what was typically a child's dress costume known as a Fauntleroy suit. He stands in front of a studio backdrop showing a doorway, and at his feet the base of a headrest is visible behind him. On verso, an elaborate lithographed design in green with the text "DORION & DELORME/ PHOTOGRAPHERS/ D & D/ 140 SPARKS ST./ OTTAWA./ ONTARIO." Someone has drawn through the image with blue pen in a zig-zag.
Dorion & Delorme
- ca. 1870
Item is a white card with raised oval photograph of a woman with her long hair loose on her shoulders. On verso, photographer's stamp in a ribbon design lithographed in gold, "THE NOTMAN STUDIO,/ W. J. TOPLEY, Prop./ OTTAWA." A crown with three feathers tops the design, the heraldic badge of the Prince of Wales. At the top of the card, handwritten in blue ink, "Jessie Freelane".
The Notman Studio
- 20 May 1939
Photograph illustrates George IV and Elizabeth, Queen Consort's May 1939 visit to Canada. They are standing on the steps of the Parliament Building in Ottawa.
- [between 1893-1900]
Item is a white card with textured surface and a portrait of a young boy in a sailor style suit and hat, seated on the edge of a wicker chair and holding a shovel. At the bottom of the card, embossed in gold, with a geometric design, "A. G. PITTAWAY/ 58 SPARKS ST./ OTTAWA." Following the text, a design with three gold medals is embossed into the bottom right corner, reading "WORLDS/ COLUMBIAN/ EXHIBITION/ CHICAGO/ 1893" and "EXHIBITION JAMAICA 1891" and "-RDED/ -RPIZE/ -ARIS/ -889".
Pittaway, Alfred G.
- [February] 1987
Two models of the planned sculpture
Charney, Melvin, 1935
Blohm, Hans L.
- [ca. 1940-5]
Photograph of a long, two-storey office building with a white clapboard exterior, established as temporary offices for the Canadian war effort. A piece of paper adhered to the verso describes this structure as "Temporary Building No. 1".
- [March] 1980; [July] 1984
Interior and exterior views of the building. This office building has a 'green roof', which reduces the amount of energy required to heat and cool the building. It also has an extensive shopping mall at the ground floor and an arboretum with a waterfall at the Queen Street entrance. The double-decker elevator cabs are found inside the atrium, which stretches the entire height of the building.
Source: City of Ottawa website at www.ottawa.ca
Applied Photography Ltd.
- [November] 1971; [August] 1972
Photographs of the exterior of a brick building. Paper gives details of the decision to award this an Award of Merit: "... The original buildings to which the new Algonquin work was added was not considered to be of sufficient architectural merit to necessitate continuation of the forms and details and this has allowed the older work, but owing nothing to it visually...The Jury felt that the apparent thickness of exterior wall construction denoted by the sloping sills and generally massive forms belied the long masonry spans and cantilevered corners that are more turly expressive of concrete technology..."
Professional Photo Services
- [ca. 1945]
Item consists of a photograph mounted on cream card with decoratively frayed edges. Handwritten note at bottom of image on card in blue ink, "Alf./ To record the hump resulting from the wildly exciting/ transactions of MOS(?)./ Watson Sellar." Photograph shows a man in dark suit holding a booklet or paper (blurred).
- ca. 1945
Item consists of a photograph of a man holding a pair of glasses. At the bottom left, signature reads "Karsh" and at lower right in ink, "I wish(?) every good wish/ for success/ J Gordon Fogo". On verso, handwritten lightly in pencil at the top edge, "J G Fogo." and stamped near the lower left, "No.11/ Copyright Karsh Ottawa".
- [ca. 1910]
Photograph of a child dressed in a winter coat and hat, holding an oar and standing next to a winter sled. Snowy hills are painted on the studio backdrop. At the lower right of the card is a design with the photographer's initials intertwined: "A" "G" and "P", and the words "Pittaway/ OTTAWA,/ ONT." On the verso, and handwritten note identifying the recipient of the card.
Pittaway, Alfred G.
- 1 October 1945
Item consists of a photograph mounted on cream card with decoratively frayed edges. Image of a man in checkered suit jacket and glasses. There is a embossed stamp at the bottom centre of card with the letters "NFB" above a version of the Canadian shield and the text "CANADA" below. Handwritten in white ink at the lower right of image, "To my good friend/ and valued associate/ Alf Martin,/ With kindest regards/ G. K. Shiels(?)/ Oct 1, 1945".
Item consists of a photograph (reproduction) of a military gentleman. Signature at the lower left reads "Karsh/ Ottawa" and another signature at the lower right gives the date as 1944, but the name is illegible.
- 1 January 1946
Item consists of a photograph mounted on cream card with decoratively frayed edges. Image of a man in glasses. There is a embossed stamp at the bottom centre of card with the letters "NFB" above a version of the Canadian shield and the text "CANADA" below. Image shows a man in glasses. Handwritten in red ink on the bottom right of the image, "Alf Martin/ Thanks for all/ your help./ George Rouuthwad(?)/ Jan/ 46".
- December 5, 1945
Item consists of a photograph mounted on cream card with decoratively frayed edges. Portrait of a man. There is a embossed stamp at the bottom right of card with the letters "NFB" above a version of the Canadian shield and the text "CANADA" below. Handwritten in red ink at the lower right of image, "To Alf Martin/ With sincere best/ wishes/ Crawford Gordon/ Dec. 5/45".
- [ca. 1945]
Item consists of a photograph mounted on cream card with decoratively frayed edges. Handwritten note at bottom of image on card in black ink, "To my friend/ Alf Martin, with all regards/ T. A. Brown." Photographer's stamp to the right, "J. Alex Castonguay". Photograph is portrait of a man in suit and tie, blurred, against dark background.
Castonguay, Joseph Alex, 1877-1972
- 9 Februrary 1900
Item consists of a grey card with oval photograph of a woman in white dress with large bouquet of roses pinned to the right side of the chest. She wears a several feathers in her hair from which falls a long veil. On verso, a design lithographed in brown with square corners, arches, cherubs and decorative interlace with the text "MOPLEY/ PHOTOGRAPHER BY APPOINTMENT TO/ HIS EXCELLENCY/ THE MARQUIS OF LORNE/ AND/ Her Royal Highness/ THE PRINCESS LOUISE./ 132 SPARKS ST./ OTTAWA". Handwritten in black ink at the top edge, "Mrs. W. E. Haskell/ Feb 9 1900". At very top right, in pencil, "79081".
- [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
Black cover album with black pages bound by black braided string. The word "Photographs" is embosed on front cover in gold lettering. Photographs held in with black photo corners.
Photographs are mostly family snapshots, on the beach, at home, having a picnic and by the lake; some include domestic animals. Some photographs taken Ottawa, and Niagara Falls, and at Balboa Island, California, among other destinations.
Photo stores include Thompson's Camera and Art Store.
Date on the back of a loose photograph says "Apr. / 30".
- [ca. 1880]
Item is a white card with vignetted portrait of a young woman. On verso, an elaborate printed design featuring celtic-style scrollwork, cherubs with paint and canvas or a cornucopia. The photographer's name is given as "TOPLEY" with an address at "104 SPARKS ST/ OTTAWA". In the centre, text identifies the photographer as "PHOTOGRAPHER BY APPOINTMENT TO/ HIS EXCELLENCY/ THE MARQUIS OF LOFANE(Sic)/ AND/ HER ROYAL HIGHNESS/ THE PRINCES LOUISE."
- [after 1887]
Item is a brown cabinet card with gold edging and black letterpress at bottom, "Pittaway & Jarvis./ 117 Sparks Street,/ Ottawa, Ont." Photograph is printed with a rounded frame, showing two men seated on a lawn, each holding umbrellas, in front of a studio backdrop. They pass a cabinet card between them. On verso, in black letterpress, "First Prize, Silver Medal,/ Provincial Exhibition, 1884-1887./ From/ Pittaway & Jarvis/ Photographic ARTISTS/ 117 Sparks Street/ OTTAWA/ All Negatives Kept./ Copies or Englargements can be had/ at any time." In pencil, at aupper right, "4.50".
Pittaway & Jarvis
- [ca. 1850-1992]
File consists of stereographs depicting scenes, landmarks, and structures from Canada, such as plants, waterfalls, mountains, and cityscapes.
84 Stereoscopic Photographs by Keystone View Co.
30 Stereoscopic Photographs by Strohmeyer & Wyman
76 Stereoscopic Photographs by Underwood & Underwood
41 Stereoscopic Photographs by J.G. Parks
25 Stereoscopic Photographs by The Canada View Co.
34 Stereoscopic Photographs by Kilburn Brothers, 62 in association with James M. Davis
10 Stereoscopic Photographs by Griffith & Griffith
8 Stereoscopic Photographs by Canadian Stereoscopic View Co.
6 Stereoscopic Photographs by W. B. Sherk
9 Stereoscopic Photographs by Jas. Esson
14 Stereoscopic Photographs by L. B. Taylor
15 Stereoscopic Photographs by L. P. Vallee
12 Stereoscopic Photographs by J. H. Ford
5 Stereoscopic Photographs by Webster & Albee
6 Stereoscopic Photographs by G. B. Sproule & Co.
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by E. W. Kelley
3 Stereoscopic Photographs by C. Bierstadt
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by Alfred S. Campbell
5 Stereoscopic Photographs by R. I. Seddons
18 Stereoscopic Photographs by W. Notman
4 Stereoscopic Photographs by J. Hampden Field
4 Stereoscopic Photographs by T. Eaton Co.
6 Stereoscopic Photographs by The Torley Studio
5 Stereoscopic Photographs by H. C. White Co.
3 Stereoscopic Photographs by Nerlich & Co.
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by J. McClure & Co.
6 Stereoscopic Photographs by Ellison & Co.
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by F. E. Grafton
4 Stereoscopic Photographs by F. J. Haynes
3 Stereoscopic Photographs by T. W. Ingersoll
3 Stereoscopic Photographs by John Saunders Climo
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by Universal View Co.
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by American Stereoscopic Co.
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by O. B. Buell
3 Stereoscopic Photographs by Ewing & Co.
4 Stereoscopic Photographs by J. R. Woodburn
2 Stereoscopic Photographs by J. Robinson
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by A. C. McIntyre
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by S. R. Proctor
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by G. F. Sproule
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by L. E. Desmarais
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Ackermann Bro's
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by C. R. Chisholm & Bros.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Realistic Travelers
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by London Stereoscopic Co.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by W. E. Hendrie
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by J. H. Noverre
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Whiting View Co.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Dominion Stereoscopic Co.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by C. G. Cobban & Co.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Woodward Stereoscopic Co.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by H. A. Kimball
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Talbot & Co.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Liberty Brand-Stereo Views
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by H. E. R.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Alex. Henderson
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Hugh McCorkindale
1 Stereoscopic photograph by Canadian Promotion Co.
Approx. 250 Stereoscopic Photographs by unidentified publishers
1 series of 10 Stereoscopic Photographs by John R. Steffen
2 series by Underwood & Underwood(Series #2 &3)
- RG 928.05.01.02.07
Part of Ceremonials Office
File contains a certificate from Carleton University Chancellor Charles Chi and President, Vice-Chancellor and Senate Chair Roseann O'Reilly Runte to Ryerson University to commemorate Chancellor Bloomberg's installation.
Part of Peter Di Gangi Papers
File contains a copy of the meeting agenda and accompanying material for the Joint Working Group on Claims Policy held February 23-25, 1993 in Ottawa, Ontario. Included is information on the previous meetings held in Val D'Or, Winnipeg, and Ottawa.
Part of Peter Di Gangi Papers
Sub-series contains National Committee on Treaties/Centre for Treaty Advocacy information kits that coverage a range of issues including claims, treaties, Aboriginal titles, MBCA, border crossing, litigation updates, and federal/provincial policy. Included are:
2018.008.011.003.001 Treaty Rights Unit Activities Report, Ottawa, Ontario March 4, 1987
2018.008.011.003.002 Treaty Rights Conference Ottawa, Ontario January 14, 1987
2018.008.011.003.003 National Committee on Treaties briefing book Kamloops, British Columbia, Sept. 20-21, 1988
2018.008.011.003.004 National Committee on Treaties meeting Winnipeg, Manitoba, May 9-10, 1988
2018.008.011.003.005 National Committee on Treaties briefing book - IXth Annual AFN Assembly Edmonton, Alberta May 20-June 2, 1988
2018.008.011.003.006 National Committee on Treaties briefing book Ottawa, Ontario July 11-12, 1988
2018.008.011.003.007 National Committee on Treaties Quebec City, Quebec July 4, 1989
2018.008.011.003.008 National Centre for Treaties briefing kit Halifax, Nova Scotia September 28-29, 1989
2018.008.011.003.009 National Committee on Treaties Edmonton, Alberta March 6-7, 1990
2018.008.011.003.010 National Committee on Treaties Vancouver, British Columbia May 1-2, 1990
2018.008.011.003.011 National Committee on Treaties Hay River, Northwest Territories June 27-28, 1990
2018.008.011.003.012 National Committee on Treaties - Grand Council Treaty #8 Nations Edmonton, Alberta Sept. 19-20, 1990
2018.008.011.003.013 National Committee on Treaties summary of activities Oct. 1, 1990
Part of Peter Di Gangi Papers
File contains records relating to the Fraser Institute and the conference "The Delgamuukw Case: Aboriginal Land Claims and Canada's Regions" held in Ottawa on May 26-27, 1999.
Included in the file are:
1) handwritten notes from conference
2) Conference kit
3) Conference paper #1 "The Probable Effects of Delgamuukw" by John Howard
4) Conference paper #2 "Aboriginal Title as a Constitutionally Protected Property Right" by Kent NcNeil
5) Conference paper #3 "Converting the Communal Aboriginal Interest into Private Property: Sarnia, Osoyoos, The Nisga'a Treaty, and other Post-Delgamuukw Developments" by Jack Woodward
6) Conference paper #4 "Aboriginal Title: Origins and Character" by Brian Slattery
7) Conference paper #5 "What My Elders Taught Me: Oral Traditions as Evidence in Aboriginal Litigation" by Alexander von Gernet
8) Conference paper #6 "The Delgamuukw Case: What does it mean and what do we do now?" by Melvin H. Smith
9) Conference paper #7 "Delgamuukw and Diplomacy: First Nations and Municipalities in British Columbia" by Paul Tennant
10) Conference paper #8 "The Effect of the Delgamuukw Decision upon Alberta Land Claims" by Tom Flanagan
11) Conference paper #9 "Will Delgamuukw Eclipse the Prairie Sun? The Implications of the Supreme Court's Decision for the Prairie Treaties" by Ken Tyler
12) Conference paper #10 "Delgamuukw and the Interpretation of the Prairie Treaties" by Norman Zlotkin
13) Conference paper #11 "Take your Time and Do It Right: Delgamuukw and the Dynamics of Self-Government Advocacy" by Kerry Wilkins
14) Conference paper #12 "Delgamuukw: Its Implications and Potential Effects in Quebec" by Paul Joffe
15) Conference paper #13 "The Delgamuukw Decision: An Invaluable Lever for Quebec's Aboriginal Communities" by Claude Bachand
16) Conference paper #14 "Rights and Wrongs: Finding a Just Middle Ground in Land Claim Disputes" by Don Cayo
17) Conference paper #15 "Impact of Delgamuukw Guidelines in Atlantic Canada" by James Sa'ke'j Youngblood Henderson
18) Conference paper #16 "The Impact of Delgamuukw in Newfoundland and Labrador" by Adrian Tanner
19) The Fraser Institute 1998 Annual Report
20) The Nisga'a Template: Facts the Government isn't sharing" Office of the Official Opposition Liberal Caucus of British Columbia
21) "A Principled Analysis of the Nisga'a Treaty" by Gordon Gibson, Public Policy Sources, No. 27