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Bob Brooks fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1950-1990

Fonds consists of photographic works created by Brooks. The majority of the fonds was created for his photojournalist assignments or on spec. The fonds also consists of textual material related to Brooks' assignments and biographical material. The graphic material centers on Southwest Nova Scotia, primarily the counties of Digby and Shelburne. The fonds has been arranged in 23 series based on content or purpose of photograph.

Brooks, Bob, 1927-1999

Elden Whynot fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1944-1965

Fonds consists of negatives created by Whynot in his career as a commercial photographer in Shelburne and some from his work as a civilian photographer for HMCS Shelburne. Commercial photographs included mostly studio work and local weddings. Also included are some local events, groups and school photographs. Some prints are available.

Whynot, Elden

Eugene Meuse fonds

  • Fonds

Fonds consists of images created by Eugene Meuse. Images found in photographs includes the blessing of the bell at Sainte-Famille Church, floating of the middle span of Sluice Point Bridge, fishing, his inventions of a "lazy-boy" chair and motorized child's wagon, and photographs he took while working in coal mines at New Castle, New Brunswick.

Fred Harris fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1897-1900

Fonds consists of images of life in Annapolis Royal area, as well as Bridgetown, Bridgewater, Bear River and Halifax, N.S. Photographs of families, men, women, children, animals, vessels, events, cemeteries, a dentist's office, homes and a wide variety of streetscapes.

Harris, Fred, fl. 1890-1910

George H. Craig fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1889-1895

glass plate negatives created by George H. Craig. Many of the images are of scenery around Nova Scotia, but there are also images showing pages out of books, or of prints or paintings already in existence. The geographic area represented by the images is for the most part Halifax and Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. There are also a number of images that depict the black community of Dartmouth in the 1890's. Craig also experimented occasionally, scratching negatives or painting them with varnish to create various effects. For his painting, Craig created images to be used as resources for his artwork, but also created negatives of his artwork. The glass plate negatives were arranged by Craig in series that reflect these painting projects. Fonds consists of six series: negatives, portraits, Nova Scotia celebration, Views in Nova Scotia, Old Governors, and Subjects for paintings

Georgia H. Cunningham fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1909-1920

Fonds consists of glass plate negatives produced by Cunningham in her Bridgetown studio. The images consist mainly of portraits of residents but also scenes of everyday life, Bridgetown and surrounding area. The majority of the images have been identified.

Cunningham, Georgia H., 1888-1969

Gilbert Kempton fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1898-1920

images created by Kempton as an amateur photographer. These include photographs of his family, friends and the Liverpool and Milton areas. The album consists of images taken by Kempton which were reproduced by his son George, who added the notations ca. 1944-1945.

Kempton, Gilbert, b. 1847

Gordon S. Hatfield fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1902-1914

prints and negatives created by Gordon S. Hatfield. The images consist of family and building portraits, photographs of Tusket and surrounding areas, and 12 were taken of Riverport, Lunenburg County.

Hatfield, Gordon, S.

Samuel Weare fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1880-1920

42 glass plate negatives created by Weare. Images consist of Bridgetown, residents, the Weare family and several of Annapolis Royal.

Weare, Samuel, 1865-1939

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