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Abercrombie - Horne's Bridge

View of a railway line being constructed in a wooded area, identified as near the Horne's Bridge at Abercrombie, N.S. A man wearing a cap is standing on top of the trestle. Print copy is available: PC-2-333-14

Abercrombie - Horne's Bridge

View of a railway line being constructed in a hollow in a wooded area, identified as near the Horne's Bridge at Abercrombie, N.S. A man wearing a cap is standing on top of the trestle. Negative is available: PC-2-318-39

Abercrombie - Horne's Bridge

View of a railway line being constructed in a hollow in a wooded area, identified as near the Horne's Bridge at Abercrombie, N.S. A man wearing a cap is standing on top of the trestle. Print copy is available: PC-2-333-13

Abercrombie - Horne's Bridge

View of a railway line being constructed in a wooded area, identified as near the Hornes' Bridge at Abercrombie, N.S. A man wearing a cap is standing on top of the trestle. Negative is available: PC-2-318-38

Aberdeen Hospital Graduates - 1944

Composite photo comprising individual photos of seventeen young woman each wearing nurse's uniform with cap, and each identified under her image; bust. In the centre of the upper half is the annotation: "Class of 12944 Aberdeen Hospital ...

Aberdeen Hospital Graduates - n.d.

Eleven young women standing behind nine young women who are seated, each wearing nurse's uniform with cap and a corsage and holding a binder tied with a ribbon; full pose. In front of the women is a row of baskets and vases of flowers. The ph...

Abraham, Mary

Copy photo of one older woman wearing a scarf, seated on a wicker chair with one man wearing a cap, seated on its arm, facing to the side; 3/4 pose. They are: Charles Albert & his mother

Acadia Lodge #45

Group shot of both male and female members in front of the lodge. All are wearing ribbons and those in the front row are also wearing scarves, etc, which denote officers. Above the door of the hall appears the word: "EMPIRE"

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