File 094 - Children, men and a bull

Two children Lola Knights Unidentified young boy Jim Woods' twins Unidentified baby Unidentified baby Man with gun Man in chair Soldier in chair Bull Colonel Collins Young Unidentified boy Man in fur coat

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Children, men and a bull

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CA ETRC P998-091-094

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  • [187-?]-[1905?] (Creation)

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13 photographs : b&w and sepia cabinet cards, an advertising card and 2 tintypes ; 17 x 11 cm or smaller.

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The file consists of six cabinet cards of children, three of men, one of a bull, an advertising card and two unidentified tintypes; one of a man and the other of a young boy. One of the children is identified as Lola Knights and a pair of twins is identified as being the children of Jim Woods. The advertising card has a photograph of Colonel Collins Young, purported to be the smallest man in Canada. The photographers are identified as Bédard (Sherbrooke), Rosebrook (Lancasater, New Hampshire), T.A. Aldrich (Huntingville), Rowell (Lancaster, New Hampshire), J.P. Haseltine (Lancaster, New Hampshire), W.H. Jenks (St.Johnsbury, Vermont).

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Donated by John Destromp of Greenlay in 1991.


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