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- PC2, Box 366, Folder 8, Item 1
- May 1957
- PC2, Box 366, Folder 8, Item 2
- May 1957
- PC2, Box 163, Folder 72
- January 1907
Item is one portrait photograph of Alex Munroe, four children, and another adult individual. Alex Munroe is seated in a chair, with a baby seated on the arm of the chair, another child standing next to the chair. A third child is seated on a small...
- PC2, Box 126, Folder 36
- August 1901
Item is one portrait photograph of the family of Charles Weir. One adult stand in the back at the center, two children are seated to one side of the first adult, one child is seated in front of the adult in the back, and on the other side of the f...
- PC2, Box 152, Folder 98
- January 1906
Item is one portrait photograph of two children and five adults. Three adults stand along the back row, two adults are seated on either end, and the two children are seated in the middle in front of the standing adults.
- PC2, Box 121, Folder 12
- September 1900
Item is one portrait photograph of five individuals. One child is positioned in the middle, with one adult seated on either side, two children stand behind the girl next to the individuals in chairs.
- PC2, Box 366, Folder 8, Item 3
- May 1957
- PC2, Box 162, Folder 75
- November 1907
Item is one portrait photograph of several children, possibly of David McKay. Two children are seated in chairs and the third child stands in between the chairs.
- PC2, Box 3, Folder 74
- April 1894
Item is a portrait photograph of one young girl and one young boy seated, full pose. Negative annotated: "Show hands". Envelope suggests this is "Copy of what appears to be a wet plate shot of two children".
- PC2, Box 9, Folder 17
- PC2, Box 161, Folder 79
- October 1907
Item is one portrait photograph of the children of Mrs. J. L. McDonald standing next to each other holding hands.
- PC2, Box 322, Folder 96
- December 1929
File contains a bust-style portrait of Victor Stalmans. Victor Stalmans, also known as Mouche Stalmans, operated a store in Stellarton, Nova Scotia for many years on Acadia Ave. The print was made from nitrate negative: 29-498.
- PC1, Box 16, Folder 97, Item 1
- [after 1850]
Item is a reproduction of a pastel drawing of Thomas McCulloch, the first president of Dalhousie University. The drawing was produced by Munro of Pictou, Nova Scotia. The original drawing was created by Daniel Munro in 1850, after an older drawing...