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Eileen Abbott fonds

  • CMC PHO-C47
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1927]-1978

The collection consists of: a portrait of Mrs. John Bulman wearing a black beaded evening dress, ca.1927 - 1930; an enlarged photograph of a pair of c.1923 grey suede beaded dress shoes, which had been worn by Mrs. Abbott or her mother, ca.1978; an enlarged photograph of a pair of c.1919 ladies boots now in the possession of Mrs. Abbott's daughter, ca.1978.

Abbott, Eileen

Lily and Edward Schreyer fonds.

  • CMC C-124 (PHO Box #2).
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1979]-1983.

Items consist of three colour photographs dating from 1979 and featuring the Mr. and Mrs. Schreyer on the occasion of his investiture as Governor-General. Also described here is a brochure produced by Canada's Government House in 1983.

Schreyer, Lily and Edward

Una (Gray) Johnstone fonds

  • CMC PHO-C17
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1850]-1920, predominant 1850-1896

The bulk of the collection consists of 19 studio portraits of individuals and groups dating from ca.1850 - 1895/96. It is likely that the oldest photographs were owned by Hector and Jane Munro and the collection was added to over the years by their children and grandchildren. The remaining four photographs are postcard size snapshots dating from ca.1920 and depicting a small northern settlement identified as The Pas, Manitoba.

Johnstone, Una (Gray)

Beatrice May (Quilliams) Blocker fonds

  • CMC PHO-A4; PHO-A5
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1910]-1915

The photographs in this collection are mounted in two albums. One (designated A4) contains 66 b&w photographs, ca.1910 - 1915. The subjects are Beatrice, her younger brother and other members of their family. Also featured is a photograph of the Canada Bread factory under construction on Banning Street, ca.1912, and photographs of a family vacation in Cornwall. The other album (designated A5) contains 45 b&w photographs, ca.1910. The photographs feature the donor during her first year (b. May 22, 1910) with various members of her family. Both albums feature several interior and exterior shots of the Quilliams family home.

Blocker, Beatrice

John Hughesman Collection

  • CMC PHO-A9; PHO-C11
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1860]-1960, predominant 1860-1890

Fifty of the photographs were contained in a Cartes de Visites album (designated A9). The photographs date from ca.1860-1880 and largely feature unidentified individuals as are found in many family collections. Also included with the donation were 13 loose photographs (designated C11) of various sizes and formats dating from ca.1885-1960; (predominant 1885-1910). These include both children and adult subjects.

Hughesman, John

Phyllis (Mills) Ellis fonds

  • CMC PHO-C59
  • Fonds
  • ca.1945

The collection includes: a photograph of the bride and groom, with two bridesmaids and a groomsman; and a photograph of the wedding party as previously noted with two other men at either end of the group.

Ellis, Phyllis

Robinson Family fonds

  • CMC PHO-A2
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1880]-1900

The photographs were originally contained in a distinctive harp shaped Cabinet Card Album. Subjects are possibly friends or family members of the album owner. The one large photograph found in the album features the home of a friend or relative in Denver, Colorado. The album also contained three newspaper clippings and a poem card entitled "Introduction to the Cartes de Visites Album.

Robinson, Mrs. Burton A.

Hazel (Mattson) Love fonds

  • CMC PHO-C8
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1880]-1918

Most of these photographs are portraits dating from the late 19th and early 20th century and are typical of the period. The subjects are children and adults, couples and families. Several are taken out of doors and feature family groups posed in front of a building, probably their home. One features a group of people in a horse drawn carriage. Another features a group posed in what appears to be a park. Photographer's imprints from several Midwestern states confirm the Mattson family history. Also included is a portrait of a couple, identified as Joseph and Hazel Love, on their wedding day in 1918. An unusual early 20th century portrait included in this collection features an unidentified young woman in ethnic costume. The portrait is hand coloured with aspects of the subject's costume highlighted in machine embroidery.

Love, Hazel (Mattson)

Isabel McBeth fonds

  • CMC PHO-C79
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1879]-1913

The collection consists of: a black and white snapshot of a man, possibly the donor's brother, driving a horse and buggy, ca.1913; and a framed carte de visite of a man and woman, full length, identified as a wedding portrait of the donor's parents, ca.1879.

McBeth, Isabel

Frances McColl fonds

  • CMC PHO-C81
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1850]-1960

The collection consists of: a small 'ferrotype' portrait bust of a woman (identified as 'Cousin Maria, Mrs. Murphy, Maria Bolart' in a caption verso) encased in a gilt frame and mounted on a carte de visite card, ca.1850 - 1860; a small b&w print of a woman, identified as Edith Durand McColl, wearing an elaborate hat, ca. 1902; a b&w snapshot of Edith D. McColl on board the S.S. Keenora en route to Norway House, ca.1929; and a colour snapshot of a woman modeling a quilted robe (which was given to Ella Beebe McColl by her husband, Ebeneezer McColl around 1880), ca.1968.

McColl, Frances

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