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Pictou (N.S. : County) File Landscapes
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New Glasgow - Provost Street

Street scene with a confectionery store on one corner and a four storey building with balconies, the "Norfolk Hotel" on the opposite side. Cars are driving on the left-hand side of the street. Negative is also available: PC-2-300-84

New Glasgow - Provost Street

Provost Street showing two rows, mainly of commercial buildings. In the foreground on the left is a store called: "Douglas & Co.". On the left the New Glasgow Post Office is the nearest building, and ion the distance is a six or seven storey office block. There are many pedestrians on the sidewalks, a few motor cars, and one horse-drawn carriage on the street

New Glasgow - Provost Street

Street scene with a confectionery store on one corner and a four storey building with balconies, the "Norfolk Hotel" on the opposite side. Cars are driving on the left-hand side of the street. Print copy is also available: PC-2-334-25

New Glasgow - landscape

View of New Glasgow annotated: "Bird's Eye View of New Glasgow, from High School" and "Rice Photo N. G. No. 2". A sign on one building reads: D. C. Rose Carriage Builder". Envelope annotated: "view shows Temperance Street". Negative is available: PC-2-317-25

New Glasgow - landscape

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. 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"

New Glasgow - landscape

View of New Glasgow annotated: "Bird's Eye View of New Glasgow, from High School" and "Rice Photo N. G. No. 1". Negative is available: PC-2-317-24. print copy is annotated: "March Street"

New Glasgow - landscape

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

New Glasgow - landscape

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"

New Glasgow - landscape

View of New Glasgow annotated: "Bird's Eye View of New Glasgow, from High School" and "Rice Photo N. G. No. 2". A sign on one building reads: D. C. Rose Carriage Builder". Envelope annotated: "view shows Temperance Street". Print copy is available: PC-2-334-17

New Glasgow - post fire

View of New Glasgow after the fire of April 19, 1874. One complete block has been destroyed down to the foundations, along with portions of two others. Negative also available: PC-2-317-16

New Glasgow - post fire

A group of men and boys, wearing hats and caps, standing in the foreground in front of the area destroyed in New Glasgow by the fire of April 19, 1874. Two horse-drawn carriages are visible at the edge of the group. Negative also available: PC-2-317-19

New Glasgow - post-fire

View of New Glasgow after the fire of April 19, 1874. One complete block has been destroyed down to the foundations, along with portions of two others. Several firemen and a few other men are surveying the destruction. A factory chimney stands at one edge. One a fence three advertisements are visible, two of which read: "Use Brown's Bronchial …", "Use household panacea …"

New Glasgow - post-fire

View of New Glasgow after the fire of April 19, 1874. One complete block has been destroyed down to the foundations, along with portions of two others. Print copy also available: PC-2-334-5

New Glasgow - post-fire

A group of men, women and children, wearing hats and caps, standing in the foreground in front of the area destroyed in New Glasgow by the fire of April 19, 1874. A fire-carriage is in the centre of the group

New Glasgow - post-fire

A group of men and boys, wearing hats and caps, standing in the foreground in front of the area destroyed in New Glasgow by the fire of April 19, 1874. Two horse-drawn carriages are visible at the edge of the group. Print copy also available: PC-2-334-6

Pictou - landscape

View across the harbour of the town of Pictou, taken from Pictou Landing where a sailing ship is partially visible at a wharf. Print copy is included. Safety negative and print copy also filed as: PC-2-335-6. Larger print copy is available: PC-2-334-14

Pictou - landscape

View across the harbour of the town of Pictou, taken from Pictou Landing where a sailing ship is partially visible at a wharf. Print copy is included. Negative is available: PC-2-315-7. Safety negative and smaller print copy also available: PC-2-335-6.

Pictou - landscape

View across the harbour of the town of Pictou, taken from Pictou Landing where a sailing ship is partially visible at a wharf. Print copy is included. Dry plate negative and print also filed as: PC-2-315-7. Large print copy is available: PC-2-334-14

Street Scene

Street scene showing two stores, the closest of which 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

Townscape

Landscape of New Glasgow? A large church spire appears in the upper left corner. A man on a bicycle can be seen coming up the dirt road

Westville - Drummond Colliery

Landscape with wooded area in background and cleared land littered with fallen trees and logs in the foreground. A large pulley wheel is lying in the centre, possibly ready to be erected. Three men are standing in the background

Westville - Drummond Colliery

View of a mine site not long after clearing has taken place. Tree stumps and logs litter the area. The bank head is to one side. Also in view are other mining buildings, a large number of men and two wagons. There are also a number of railway ties in the foreground. Negative is available: PC-2-300-111
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