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Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Image: 44.700 x 37.400 cm
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Scope and content
This is a print of the provincial Exhibition Building, Sussex Vale, New Brunswick, designed by architect Matthew Stead. People, on foot or on horse and buggy, are gathered in front of the building to admire the sculptures of gods and moose. Colourful flags line the top of the roof. This print (of unknown provenance) was acquired sometime before the initial cataloguing date of 9/9/21, written on the verso.
Conditions of access
Copy negative C-095493
34 Item no. assigned by LAC 329
Credit : Library and Archives Canada, R13133-329.
Copyright : Expired.
Signatures and inscriptions
2. GEOG - N.B., SUSSEX VALE - BUILDINGS, EXHIBITION BLDG.
3. SUBJ - COSTUMES, REGIONS - MARITIMES.
4. SUBJ - ARTHITECTURE: RECREATION.
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