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St. Patrick's Church

  • NSSXA 77-839-973
  • Item

Item is a photograph of St. Patrick's Church on the Esplanade in Sydney, NS.

Sydney Steel Union Executive

  • NSSXA 77-845-979
  • Item

Item is a photograph of the executive of the Sydney Steel Union on the steps of an unidentified building. The eleven men are named in the accompanying material.

Boat Builders, Beinn Bhreagh

  • NSSXA 77-85-219
  • Item
  • 1918

Item is a photograph of female boatbuilders, taken by Charles Martin of the National Geographic Society. Thirteen boatbuilders pose with lifeboats built at Beinn Bhreagh, Baddeck under the supervision of Alexander Graham Bell. Those pictured are identified on the reverse of the photograph.

Martin, Charles

Boat Builders, Beinn Bhreagh

  • NSSXA 77-86-220
  • Item
  • 1918

Item is a photograph of female boat builders, taken by Charles Martin of the National Geographic Society. Four women work indoors on a lifeboat in the foreground, while two others work on another boat in the background. These lifeboats were built at Beinn Bhreagh, Baddeck under the supervision of Alexander Graham Bell during the First World War.

Martin, Charles

Archbishop W.M.E. Robinson

  • NSSXA 77-892-1026
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Item is a photograph of the Holy Synod, featuring R. Chisholm, Michael Whally, Archbishop W.M.E. Robinson, Mayor Tony Gallagher, Rev. Calder and Rev. F. Francis.

Holy Angels Convent

  • NSSXA 77-899-1033
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Item is a photograph of teachers and students outside of Holy Angels Convent.

Coal Mine at Dominion

  • NSSXA 78-105-1855
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Item is a postcard featuring the coal colliery in Dominion, Nova Scotia. There are train cars filled with coal on the tracks. There is snow on the ground.

United Negro Improvement Association

  • NSSXA 78-112-1862
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Item is a reproduction of a newspaper article about the United Negro Improvement Association band on Laurier Street in Whitney Pier; members are marching in the street with instruments and banners in support of a movement advocating "Africa for the Africans."

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