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Description trouvée dans les archives

Date(s)

1868-1916

Lieu de création

Sans lieu, inconnu ou indéterminé

964 photographs : b&w, glass plate negatives ; 20.3 x 25.4 cm or 16.6 x 21.6 cm.
Négatif - Verre

Portée et contenu

This series contains 964 photographs of urban and rural scenes across Canada. Many of these photographs were taken in Ottawa and its surrounding area, including exterior and interior views of the Parliament buildings (both before and during the fire of 1916). This series includes landscape photographs taken in British Columbia and Alberta by another photographer, Charles Horetzky (1840-1900). Also included are a few studio portraits of Aboriginal subjects, some hunting photographs featuring members of the Buckskin Club, and a composite image from Lady Dufferin's personal album.

Documents iconographiques (photo)
90: Ouvert
Glass plate negatives do not travel. Mus
t be consulted at Preservation Centre.
Documents iconographiques (photo)
90: Ouvert
Boîte
de 00592B À 00592I
de 00593A À 00593I
de 00594A À 00594I
de 00595A À 00595I
de 00596A À 00596I
de 00597A À 00597C
90: Ouvert
No de référence archivistique
Autre no d'acquisition
1936-270 NPC

Modalités d'utilisation

Copyright: Expired.
Credit: Topley Studio / Library and Archives Canada / PA- number.
Restrictions: Nil.

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Nom(s) additionnel(s)

Information additionnelle

Note sur la description matérielle
Photographs taken by Topley usually measure 20.3 x 25.4, while those by Horetzky are much smaller, measuring 6.5 x 8.5 cm.

Note sur le classement
Photographs in this series were most likely removed from the Topley E series.

Titre de collection
1. SE
2. The S likely stands for "Stock," in that these photographs were likely used for commercial purposes. As they came from the "E" series, these photographs were termed as "SE".

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