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Group outdoors with Cherokee banner

Item is a photograph mounted on dark grey card with an outdoor gathering. There are sevarl women, some in hats, one older man, a younger man and two young boys in the frame. The are all seated and hold a banner reading "CHEROKEE" at their feet. The banner probably refers to the place.

Family in yard

Item is a photograph mounted on dark green/grey card. The image shows a group of people, very casual, two men, one boy, one woman and two small girls outside on a lawn with trees near the side of house. A sign in the foreground reads "KEEP OFF/ THE/ GRASS".

Portrait of a young girl with canoe

Item is a cream card with gold letterpress at the bottom edge reading "Barraud Bros. BARRIE, ONT." Photograph is a full length portrait of a girl holding a puruse and standing in front of a scenic backdrop showing a river and trees. The edge of a canoe is visible on the left and a pile of hay and dried leaves on the right.

Barraud Studio

[country road]

green flecked cardboard mount. Captions on recto and verso: "Authorized Ansco Color Finisher; Insist on Ariston Color Prints." Image of grassy landscape with road, telephone poles, barbed wire fence.

[Two men with a fallen tree]

Lantern slide, glass slide. Handpainted over B&W slide. No wood frame. Black frame with gold letters "Edward Van Altena 71-79W. 45th St., N.Y.C." Slide is numbered 57 in the series. Black paper around glass edges. Heavily painted. Image is of two men with what looks like fallen trees. Could be they have fallen on their house.

[Couple embracing]

Lantern slide, glass slide. Handpainted over B&W slide. No wood frame. Black frame with gold letters "Edward Van Altena 71-79W. 45th St., N.Y.C." Slide is numbered 67 in the series. Black paper around glass edges. Heavily painted. Image is of a couple embracing, man looks to be comforting the woman. Looks like there's paint on the sides of the image, like the colourist was testing his colours before painting slide.

[Man and boy with sheep]

Glass slide, handpainted over B&W slide. No wood frame. Black frame with gold letters "Edward Van Altena 71-79W. 45th St., N.Y.C." Slide is numbered 50 in the series. Black paper around glass edges. Heavily painted. Image is of a man standing in front of a big tree with no leaves, and a young boy laying on the ground with his head on a sheep's back.

[White Mountain]

Lantern slide, glass B&W slide in wood frame. Image framed in black. Sticker of a Y on wood frame. Printed on the slide "J. Levy & Cie Sucrs de Ferrier P.F. & Soulier - Paris." In ink "9118 Mount Blanc, from d'Sivier" in french, difficult to read that second word 'Sivier' (note that Mount Blanc means White Mountain). Image of mountains in the distance, in the foreground there's a road, trees, grass. Mount Blanc, also referred to as The White Lady (La Dame Blanche), is a mountain in the Alps. The mountain lies between the regions of Aosta Valley, Italy, and Haute-Savoie, France.

Portrait of a young boy and girl

Item consists of a grey card with embossed decoration at bottom left of a shield(?) and at the right, "Owen's Ground floor Studio/ 6, MILL ST./ NEW CASTLE, PA." Photograph is a full length portrait of a boy in sailor style suit and girl in white dress with wide lace collar. The girl is seated in a wicker chair. In the background, a studio scene with trees.

Owens Ground floor Studio

Portrait of a woman in nature scene

Item is a grey cabinet card with white letterpress at bottom left, "26 W. 23RD St./ Eddowes Bros./ NEW YORK." Photograph is a full length portrait of a woman in a light patterned dress with puff-ball sleeves and a black lace overlay on the bodice of the dress. She wears a floral hat and holds a pair of gloves in her hands. She stands in front of a studio backdrop depicting a forest path.

Eddowes Brothers

Portrait of a woman outdoors

Item is a light pink card with gold edging and a portrait of a young woman outdoors, in front of trees and a river?, wearing a wide puffed sleeved dress with large lace front, a flat hat and holding an umbrella. On verso, handwritten in pencil, "3-".

Outdoor theatre troup in performance

Item consists of a brown card with textured surface. Photograph of a group of 5 men, standing behind 5 women (seated and turning back to look at the men). The men are dressed in women's clothing and hold out their skirts to form a line. Behind them, several tents and trees.

Outdoor theatre troup around hammock

Item consists of a brown card with textured surface. Photograph of a group of 5 men and 5 women gathered around a hammock outdoors. A man and woman, dressed alike, sit in the hammock (the man holding a knife at his knee). Others in the group wear straw hats or hold cattails.

Outdoor theatre troup around fallen tree

Item consists of a grey card with textured surface. Photograph of a group of 5 men and 5 women gathered around and climbing on a fallen tree. Two on the right holding a saw and an axe, pretending to cut the tree. In the background, tents and trees. On verso, handwritten in pencil, "20".

Outdoor theatre troup around fallen tree

Item consists of a brown card with textured surface. Photograph of a group of 5 men and 5 women gathered around and climbing on a fallen tree. Two on the right holding a saw and an axe, pretending to cut the tree. In the background, tents and trees. On verso, handwritten in pencil, "20".

Women gathered around fair tent

Item is a photograph mounted on beige card with dark brown borders and the text embossed sideways at the left, "Forsythe/ DUNDAS, ONT." Photograph shows a large group of women gathered around and in a wooden fair stall with fabric tented ceiling. On the front of the stall, a small banner with the words "United/ Calm and Resolute", the words of the King of England in 1914 upon hearing of Germany's invasion of Brussels. There are British flags decorating the stall in the park.

Forsythe, William W.

[B.C. Lake]

Semi-gloss print with white border depicting a mountainous landscape with forest and lake. There is a path around the lake with figures on it. A parkin glot is also visible through the trees.Verso red ink stamp, bottom right: "Enlargement by Eastman Photographic Materials Ltd. Vancouver, B.C." Cardboard support (not attached to photo) reads "Just a B.C. Lake. no significance."

Landsberg of Warthe

Matte print mounted on white paper and brown card. Deckled edges. Image depicts a cottage surrounded by trees and covered in vines. Verso inscription, pencil, upper right: "Landsberg of Warthe." (Landsberg an der Warthe is German for the Polish city of Gorzów Wielkopolski)

[christmas card with countryside photo]

borderless print mounted on offwhite greeting card with brown inner paper. Fastened with fabric ribbon. Front cover of card includes photograph of rural hilly landscape as seen from hilltop, and caption bottom centre: "Best Wishes." Inside right hand of car includes flower icon, and caption centre top: "To wish you every happiness this chrismastide and througout the coming year." Inscription, centre bottom, black ink: "From All, to Jennie, When upon this desk you write, you must study with all your might, and if you wuse it faithful and true, I'm sure it will be useful for you."

Winter scene

Item is a photograph featuring an image of coniferous covered in snow. Caption housed with photograph reads: The pristine beauty of the woods in winter can be pictured by anyt photographer willing to venture into a natopmal park.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Men in photographic studio park

Item consists of a cream coloured card with photograph affixed of 6 men in a park setting. The backdrop is painted with trees, and there are columns on either side of the group. Three men sit in the back row, two in front, and a third lays on the ground in front. A pile of bowler hats is a the bottom left. On verso, handwritten in pencil, "25-".

Portrait of a man and woman in outdoor coats in front of a landscape backdrop

Item is a photograph with a white border area. Depicts a man and woman wearing heavy overcoats and hats, the woman wearing gloves posed in front of a painted landscape backdrop with trees and leaves. Embossed into photo at lower right, "J. W. Smith,/ SILSDEN." On verso, printed in black ink, "POST CARD/ CORRESPONDENCE/ ADDRESS ONLY".

Tree Huggers

Mounted image of three men with arms stretched out encircling a big old tree and holding hands. Text in blue ink below photograph reads, 'Korner-Eiche Dallwitz'. Text in blue ink on back of mount reads, 'W Fritsch Neu-Drahowitz bei Karlsbad, Specialist fur Platinbilder u. Vergrosserungen. Die Platten werden fur Nachbestellungen aufbewahrt.'

Portrait of a man and woman in outdoor setting, with canoe and lake

Item is a white cabinet card with gold letterpress at bottom, "BARRAUD,/ BARRIE, ONT." Photograph is a full length portrait of a man and woman in front of a lake scene with canoe and hay bail as props. The woman wears a flowered hat and tight fitting dark coloured jacket with skirt fabric draped down the front and gathered high at the back. She holds a fan. The man wears a suit with sack coat buttoned only at the top. He holds a straw hat in his left hand.

Barraud Studio

Portrait of a boy with curls in front of a fence of twigs

Item is a light grey cabinet card with full length portrait of a young boy, about 5 or 6 years old, wearing a frilled white dress shirt and dark shorts with dark knee socks. He has curls down to his shoulders in the Fauntleroy fashion. He leans against a diamond-patterened fence made of tree branches and there is the trunk of a tree to the left of the image. Fence is in front of an interior wall, implying a studio setting. At bottom of card in black letterpress, "P. BOGRAND, Wausakee, Wis." On verso, handwritten in pencil, "5-".

horse and rider at track

unmoutned POP depicting horse and rider turned away from camera. They stand beside a fence of a racetrack. Verso inscription "Charter-Wise turns his head from camera." Verso ink stamp "This photograph was made by Pringle & Booth, 181 George St. Toronto, duplicates can be had at any time."

Mormon Tabernacle Salt Lake City

glossy albumen prints with no border. Mounted on grey cabinet card. Depicts mormon tabernacle and surrounding park. Three people in the foreground. Verso caption: "Bureau of information and church literature. Souvenir views, albums, photos, etc. always on hand... Full line of church works. for information on Utah, its people, or the docturines of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, address Bureau of Information and Church Literature Office, 214 Templeton Bldg. Salt Lake City."

Magic Lantern Slide, Four Scenes

First scene of printed slide shows people gathered around a cross, in front of mountains and there is a building nearby, possibly a church. The second shows three figures in a jungle crossing using a downed tree. The third shows a family of three walking towards a building. The fourth shows a city, siting on the water, with mountains in the background.

Portrait of Mother and Ernie

Item is a white card with black letterpress at bottom edge, "AYERS/ YARMOUTH". Photograph is a portrait of a woman and child in front of a painted landscape backdrop. The woman holds an umbrella and stands behind a wooden fence while her son leans against the fence from the front side. He wears a velvet suit with knee-high striped stockings. On verso, at centre in black letterpress, "THOMAS AYERS/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO/ 3, Clarence Place Regent Rd/ YARMOUTH." Handwritten in black ink across the verso, "Mother & Ernie 1872/ viewed it in America/ on the 3rd of Oct./ 1872/ While I stray from/ home in life's rough/ way Oh teach me from/ my heart to say".

Thomas Ayers

Self-Published Stereographs (Single-Sided)

File contains double-sided stereographs (with images on both sides of the card) that depict buildings, animals and people at the beach, a lake, a creek bank, an island in the middle of a lake with a person on it a street scene, an Indigenous Person and Paul Wing Jr.