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Negatives - glass
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Front, reclining on a cushion: George Burn as "Jacques Cartier." Seated: Miss Hirschfelder, in purple silk and white velvet as "Anne of Cleves"; Mrs. Tringham as "Catherine of Aragon"; Mme Thomas Chase Casgrain wearing one of the most elegant costumes at the ball as "Louise de Montmorency"; Miss S. Sparks. Standing: Mrs. Goodeve; T. Gordon; Sherriff Sweetland, wearing black velvet trimmed with ermine, as "Henry VIII"; Lt.-Col. Jeffrey H. Burland; Mr. Goodeve as "The Earl of Surrey"; A. Powell as "Le Duc de Bourbon"; Miss Burn. This group represents the third historic group at the Historical Fancy Dress Ball hosted by Lord and Lady Aberdeen on February 17th, 1896.
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Copy negative PA-193692
Credit: Topley Studio / Library and Archives Canada / PA-193692
Restrictions on use: Nil
Photographer: Topley, William James, 1845-1930.
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