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Nova Scotia Landscapes With digital objects
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Photograph of the remains of an ore-crusher at Molega

Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of material in MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 18 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The stamp mill at Molega that was last used in the 1930's. A mound of tailings is visible in the background.

Photograph of the remains of a substantial home built at the Molega gold mines in the 1880's

Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of material in MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 18 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The home was built during the gold rush days. A couple of stone steps from the house are visible in the foreground, while the well and an apple tree from the yard are visible in the background.

Photograph of the interior of a stone curtain at Fort Beausejour

Item is a photograph of a stone curtain in Fort Beausejour that is loopholed to form the southwest curtain covering the powder magazine and parade ground. From the interior shown in the photograph, the firing step and stone drain are visible. The northwest bastion is also visible in the background.

Photograph of the East River Bridge in New Glasgow

Item is a photograph of a view across the East River Bridge in New Glasgow decorated for the visit of the Marquis of Lorne. The first archway is decorated with greenery, a coat of arms, and the word: "Welcome". Several men wearing tall hats are gathered at it. The second archway, which reads: "Look out for the engine before crossing the tracks" is decorated with a garland; a man with a horse-drawn carriage is standing under it

Photograph of quartz sand at Molega Beach, Nova Scotia

Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of material in MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 18 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The quartz sand results from ore crushed at Molega. The beach was once a busy steamboat landing, but was later used as a bathing beach.

Photograph of Flat Point, Louisbourg

Item is a photograph of the site of the New Englander's landing in 1745, and later, in 1758, the landing of Amherst with his artillery stores. The birds visible in The Barachois on the left are cormorants.

Photograph of fine quartz sand on Molega Beach, Nova Scotia

Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of material in MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 18 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The quartz sand on the beach results from ore crushed at Molega. The beach was once a busy steamboat landing, but was later used as a bathing beach.

Photograph of a street scene in New Glasgow

Item is a photograph of a street scene in New Glasgow when it was decorated for the visit of the Marquis of Lorne. A Union Jack and one other flag are hanging beside an archway of greenery extend across it. Several men wearing tall hats are standing on the sidewalk. Two horse-drawn carriages, two men, and two children are in the street. A sign indicates that the most prominent building is that of: "J. W. Jackson & Co. Druggist"

Photograph of a street scene in New Glasgow

Item is a photograph of a street scene in New Glasgow when it was decorated for the visit of the Marquis of Lorne. A Union Jack and one other flag are hanging beside an archway of greenery extends across it. Several men wearing tall hats are standing on the sidewalk. A horse-drawn carriage two men and two children are in the street and in the doorway of the most prominent building, on which the sign indicates it is that of: "J. W. Jackson & Co. Druggist"

Photograph of a street scene in New Glasgow

Item is a photograph of a street scene showing two stores, the closest is a hardware store with the name: "Thomas Fraser" on the end. Three men wearing hats are standing on the sidewalk outside it where barrels, shovels and other goods are on display. Two children, two women and two men are standing outside the more distant store

Photograph of a mound of tailings at the Molega gold mines

Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of material in MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 18 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The photograph was taken by Hugh Byrne. A few years after the photograph was taken, most of the tailings at the Molega mines were trucked away to help form part of a new motor road into Kejimkujik Park.
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