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127 photographs : b&w, glass plate negatives ; various dimensions, mostly 10.2 x 12.7 cm.
Négatif - Verre

Portée et contenu

This series contains 127 glass plate negatives of mostly agricultural and rural scenes around Canada. Some photographs depict Inuit communities in Labrador. Also, there are a few photographs taken in Ottawa on Parliament Hill. Six photographs are seated portraits of Narcisse F. Belleau, Sir John A. Macdonald, John Sandfield Macdonald, Allan MacNab and George-Étienne Cartier. There is also a photograph of Louis Riel and the Provisional Government of the Métis Nation in 1870. In the remaining unidentified photographs there are images of the Canadian Army Dental Corps and people engaged in recreational activities like camping, swimming and picnicking.

Documents iconographiques (photo)
90: Ouvert
Glass plate negatives do not travel. Mus
t be consulted at Preservation Centre.
Documents iconographiques (photo)
90: Ouvert
90: Ouvert
No de référence archivistique
Autre no d'acquisition
1936-270 NPC

Modalités d'utilisation

Credit: William James Topley / Library and Archives Canada / PA-.
Restrictions on use: Nil.
Copyright: Expired.

Graphic material (photo) FA-001 90 (Électronique)

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Note sur le classement
Photographs in this series were most likely removed from the Topley B series as they were unidentified and unnumbered. These items were numbered with the prefix "TX-B" or "TXB" as a separate group.

Titre de collection
The prefix "TX-B" or "TXB" for this series meant unidentified and unnumbered photographs in the Topley B Series.

Note sur les limites à la consultation
Access to the glass plate negatives has to be given through a photo archivist as the originals do not circulate.