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Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Support: 35.500 x 25.400 cm
Scope and content
In 1870 Hind settled in New Brunswick, where he was employed by the Intercolonial Railway. His work during this period shows the same attention to detail as his previous productions. He died in obscurity in Sussex, New Brunswick.
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Copy negative C-096621
2000811477 Item no. assigned by LAC 2
Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1985-212-2
Artist: Hind, William G. R., 1833-1889.
Further venue: Dalhousie Art Gallery; Halifax, Nova Scotia; 1991.04.04 - 1991.06.02.
Further venue: Vancouver Art Gallery; Vancouver, British Columbia; 1991.09 - 1991.10.
Further venue: Agnes Etherington Art Centre; Kingston, Ontario; 1992.01.12 - 1992.02.23.
Signatures and inscriptions
Inscription: Not transcribed.
1. New Brunswick.
3. Saint John (N.B.)
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