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Hilda (Tofts) Havelock fonds

  • CMC PHO-C28
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1850]-1979, predominant 1908-1930

The collection consists of three cartes de visites, one postcard portrait and 21 snapshots of various sizes. The cartes are the oldest photographs in this collection. Only one features identified subjects, a woman and infant identified in a caption verso as Mary Ann Westwood (nee Wisby) and her baby Claude in 1861. Three of the snapshots show Hilda with her school friends, first at Rivers School , ca. 1910, and at St. George's, ca.1913. The other snapshots feature Hilda and/or people who are likely her family and friends, ca.1908 - 1930. The one colour snapshot features an older woman identified in a caption verso as Hilda H., ca.1979.

Havelock, Hilda (Tofts)

Freda (Porter) Hoole fonds

  • CMC PHO-C65
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1902]-1915

The collection consists of: a photograph of an unidentified young boy on a tricycle, ca.1915; and a photograph of a couple, ca.1902, which is likely a wedding portrait of Harriet and Frederick Porter.

Hoole, Freda (Porter)

Myrtle & Leif Norberg fonds

  • CMC PHO-C80
  • Fonds
  • ca.1936

The collection consists of: a full length portrait of Myrtle in her wedding gown; and a group portrait of the wedding party which included the bride, groom, two bridesmaids and an older couple.

Norberg, Myrtle & Leif

Mary Elizabeth Munn fonds

  • CMC PHO-C44
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1900]-1902

The collection consists of 4 contemporary black and white copy prints of older photographs featuring Mary Elizabeth Munn, alone and with her husband and son. Items include: a photograph of Mary wearing her wedding gown; another photograph of Mary wearing the full length coat and hat which she wore while on a 'Grand Tour' for her honeymoon, ca.1900; and two photographs of Mary, one with her husband and son, wearing an embroidered and black net skirt and jacket ensemble, ca.1902.

Munn, Mary Elizabeth

Leone and Ofelia Caetani fonds

  • CMC A-32; C-130 (PHO Box #2).
  • Fonds
  • [between 1960-1984] - [ca.1915], copied 1993.

Items described here consist of an album containing 103 colour images. The album was compiled to serve as a record of Ofelia's wardrobe prior to its sale following her death and was likely created between 1960 and 1984. According to notes made by Museum curator Dr. Jane Fuller at the time of the donation the model, Mrs. Shirley Paine, was chosen for her resemblance to Ofelia. Also described here are 2 original black and white prints as well as 13 copies featuring Leone and Ofelia Caetani and their daughter Sveva. The originals of these copies have been accessioned by the Vernon Museum. In addition there are 4 colour photographs and 1 colour Polaroid of Ofelia's Louis Vuitton luggage, which has also been donated to the Museum.

Caetani, Leone and Ofelia

Adelene Leonard fonds

  • CMC PHO-C74
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1912]-1940

The photographs consist of: an informal portrait of the Smith/Gray wedding party posed outside St. Mark's Church, ca.1912; a more formal portrait of the wedding couple showing their head and shoulders, vignetted; and a small snapshot of three children in winter coats posed outside on a snowy street, ca.1940.

Leonard, Adelene

Nellie Rideout fonds

  • CMC PHO-C73
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1901]-1912

This collection contains: two small rectangular full-length portraits of Nellie, ca.1901 -1903; and a large format wedding portrait of Nellie and Joe Harding dated December 31, 1912 verso.

Rideout, Nellie

Alice and John Gunn fonds.

  • CMC PHO-381
  • Fonds
  • [1897], copied [ca. 1993].

Items consist of one black and white copy print of a couple, seated. The couple are identified as Marion Alice Black and John M. Gunn on the occasion of their marriage in 1897.

Gunn, John and Alice

Wilcox Collection

  • CMC PHO-A28
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1900]-1928, predominant 1900-1910

This collection consists of 46 black & white snapshot photographs mounted in an album (designated A28) and five other photographs of various sizes found loose in the album. Almost all of the photographs date from ca.1900 - 1910. Subjects include locations from Liverpool to Saskatchewan and it is possible that the album documents the experiences of British immigrants who homesteaded on the Saskatchewan prairie around the turn of the century. Included among the photographs are views that, although unidentified, are possibly of the interior and exterior of a homesteader's cabin. Also included are several views of various farm equipment and livestock. Other photographs include a 1920 photograph of a threshing machine and a 1928 souvenir photograph of a B.C. Electric Railway touring car.

Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. H.C.G.

Barbara Grant fonds.

  • CMC PHO-387, PHO-388.
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1972].

Items consist of two colour photographs, one of a bride and groom cutting a cake, the other of a wedding party of six persons (including the bride and groom) posed in front of a stained glass window.

Grant, Barbara

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