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Description found in Archives
Series consists of
1867-1916, predominantly 1912-1916
Place of creation
Negatives - film - b/w
Scope and content
This series contains 737 photographs of rural, urban, and agricultural scenes in Canada, including British Columbia, Alberta, Québec and Ontario. There are also photographs of people outdoors, including several of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his family during their visit to Canada in 1914, in addition to farmers and children in rural areas. The series also contains photographs of Grand Trunk Pacific (G.T.P.) Railway lines, offices and crew members in Alberta and British Columbia.
from 00598E to 00599E
from 00600B to 00600D
from 00601A to 00601E
from RV3 149 to RV3 150
Credit: Topley Studio / Library and Archives Canada / PA- number.
Photographic material FA-001 90 (Electronic)
2. The S likely stands for "Stock," in that these photographs were likely used for commercial purposes. As they came from the "D" series, these photographs were termed as "SD".
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