Item is a photograph of pioneers at the 1955 T.E.A. dinner and dance, held at the Nova Scotian Hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Left to right: T.A. Bowman; Mrs. T.A. Bowman; C.R. Ormiston; Mrs. J. Evans; J. Evans; Mrs. M.L. Woodside; Mrs. C.R. Ormiston; and M.L. Woodside. The photograph was taken by Henry Hill.
Copies of two poses, one of one man wearing a bowler hat standing in a street, pointing towards one black man wearing a top hat who is bulling a wheel-barrow on which is a round wicker container; full pose. The barrow reads in part: "… & Co. Moncton". A dog and a horse-drawn wagon can be seen in the background as well as a row of stores. The second photo is of one woman seated reading a book, facing to the side; 3/4 pose
One man and three women standing outdoors behind one girl and one woman; 3/4 pose. Two of the women in the back are holding young babies who are wearing bonnets and long clothes, possibly christening robes
Two copy photos, one of one woman wearing a hat and fur neck attire, standing outside a house; full pose. One man, one woman one girl and one boy are visible in the background in a doorway. The second is of one boy wearing a cap, standing outdoors, holding a dog by the collar; full pose
Five boys standing behind eight men and boys also standing, with nine men and boys seated on chairs and five boys seated cross-legged in front; full pose. All are wearing army uniforms and holding an instrument
Copy photo of one young boy wearing a cap seated on a horse in front of a store with a sign above the door reading: "Provisions 1885 A. Chisholm Groceries Crockery Ware". Original envelope annotated: "Alex Chisholm's horse". Two men are standing behind and several boys seated looking on
Item is a 3/4 pose portrait of the Melisse family. The photograph shows (from left to right): John Melisse; Helen Lisson; and Emilia (DeBodt) Melisse. Helen Lisson is Emilia's daughter with first husband, Gus Lisson, who was killed in a mine explosion. Emilia and John were married for over 50 years.
File contains a dry plate photographic negative of a two women and a baby. The group is identified as "Mrs. J McLeod" from Colchester County, Nova Scotia. The 3/4 pose portrait shows one woman sitting on a chair and holding a baby, and another another woman leaning on the chair.