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  • ca. 1970-2003 (Creation)

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1 drawing

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Series forms part of Robert Kim Stevens fonds and consists of one original drawing of the Thomas Stevens House in Musquodoboit Harbour, by Joan Flewwelling. The house was originally owned by Robert Stevens, the village blacksmith, who had it built circa 1890. It housed the first post office in the area and was later owned by a Mr. Parker, Gerald Graham, Cyril and Kaye Young, and Henry and Elizabeth Boutilier.

The drawing was owned by Kim Stevens. He had requested that Joan Flewwelling draw it and she agreed and later sent it to him. The drawing was done from an old photograph of the house as it was ca. the 1850s.

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Flewwelling, Joan and Mary Dickson (2010). Dwelling Places: Heritage Buildings of Musquodoboit Harbour, West Petpeswick, East Petpeswick, Meagher’s Grant Road, Smith Settlement. Eastern Shore Archives, Reading Room, RC-331, p. 174.

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