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Photography - Studios and dark rooms

Ross Brothers Photography

  • Ross Brothers Photography
  • Corporate body
  • 1877 - 1881

Photographers with studios in Truro, Pictou, and New Glasgow, NS. Started by Alexander "Alex" James Ross of Pictou, NS, who began operating as "A. J. Ross and Company". Shortly after, his younger brother, John, joined the business and it became known as "Ross Brothers Photography". They expanded from Pictou to New Glasgow, Truro, and Charlottetown, PE. The business was dissolved in 1881 and was succeeded by Isaac Logan Barnhill. Alex Ross left Nova Scotia in 1882 but continued to practice photography independently until 1891.

Charles A. McLennan

  • Charles A. McLennan
  • Person
  • [1884 - 1895]

Photographer that was located in Truro, NS.

Lewis Rice Studios

  • Lewis Rice Studios
  • Corporate body
  • [1890 - 1913]

Photography studio with locations in Truro (1892 - 1907), Springhill, Parrsboro, Windsor, Wolfville, and Amherst, NS; Moosejaw, SK. Ran by Lewis A. Rice in the Thomas Building, Prince St., Truro, NS. He moved to Moosejaw, SK in 1906. He died on 14 October 1913.

C. W. Kelly

  • C. W. Kelly
  • Corporate body
  • 1895 - 1905

Photography studio that was located in Sydney and Truro, NS. Ran by C. W. Kelly, starting at the West End Studio at 23 Prince St., Truro and then moving to the McKay Block, Inglis St., in 1896. Kelly partnered with H. O. Dodge of Bridgewater to open a studio on Charlotte St., Sydney, NS in 1900. The stamp of "Kelly & Dodge" is so far found on photographs dating up to 1905.