Fonds PHO-C30 - Lillian McMillan fonds

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Lillian McMillan fonds

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CMC PHO-C30

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  • [ca.1889]-1930 (Creation)

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8 b&w photographs

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James Russell McMillan (born in Listowel, Ontario) and Ingeborg Magnelda Paulson were married in 1910 in Erikson, Manitoba. They moved to Clanwilliam, Manitoba soon after. James and Ingeborg had two children, Norman Russell (b.1913, d.1971) and Melburn Harry (b.1915, d.1921). In 1936, Norman married Lillian Graham (b.1912, d.1989) of Minnedosa. Lillian's parents, Herb and Edith had moved from Mentmore to Minnedosa to operate the mill in 1934. Norman and Lillian had two children, Andrina and Karen.

Custodial history

These photographs were donated to the Museum by Andrina Draper and Karen Kustra following their mother Lillian (Graham) McMillan's death in 1989.

Scope and content

The donors state that the subjects of these photographs are not known to them, however, they hoped that the photographs would have value as reference materials. The collection consists of two Cabinet Card photographs, ca.1890. One features a couple identified in a caption verso as Harrison's oldest daughter and son-in-law. The other of a young woman is identified as Harrison's daughter-in-law. Also in this collection are two postcard portraits, ca.1930, one of two women and the other of two men in winter coats. There are also four snapshots, ca.1925 - 1930. One is of a couple, one of a man holding a dog and one is of a child. The only identified subject of these snapshots is of a man holding an infant identified as Rev. Mathews at an Indian Reserve South of Erikson.

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These photographs have been arranged in chronological order, either by the donor or when accessioned.

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There are no restrictions on access.

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No reproduction or publication without the permission of the Costume Museum of Cnaada.

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The finding aid for this collection is the catalogue cards for PHO-C30 and the photograph collection photocopies.

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The two Cabinet Cards measure 10.5 x 15 cm. One is mounted on white card with a gold beveled edge and the other on black card with a gray back and a red beveled edge. Neither one has a photographer's imprint. The two postcard prints measure 8.7 x 14.7 cm and the four snapshots measure from 6 x 8.8 cm to 8 x 10.7 cm.

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  • English

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