File PC1, Oversize Folder 36 - Photographic collage of the Dalhousie College arts faculty and class of 1891

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Photographic collage of the Dalhousie College arts faculty and class of 1891

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PC1, Oversize Folder 36

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  • 1891 (Creation)
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    Notman Studio

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1 collage : photographs and paint ; 26 x 34 in.

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(1856-1935)

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WIlliam Notman founded his photography business in Montreal in 1856. By the 1880's, Notman had expanded his business to over 20 studios throughout Canada and the United States, including one in Halifax. In 1882, Sandham left the business and Notman's son, William McFarlane Notman, because his junior business partner. After Notman's death in 1891, William McFarlane and his brother Charles Frederick carried on business until it was sold to Associated Screen News in 1935.

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File contains a photographic collage of the Dalhousie College Arts Faculty and Class of 1891. The collage consists of portraits of faculty members and students arranged in several rows, with the faculty portraits in the centre. The rectangular, circular, or oval portraits are mounted on a painted background. The faculty portraits include John Forrest, J. Liechti, John Johnson, William Lyall, Archibald MacMechan, James De Mille, Charles Macdonald, George Lawson, and others.

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  • Oversize-folder: PC1, Oversize Folder 36