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Truro (Colchester County, N.S.) With digital objects
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Residence, Truro N.S. for Frank Stanfield Esq.

  • Collection
  • 1903

Architectural drawings for residence at 38 Dominion Street, Truro, NS.Built in 1903, this 2.5 story wood frame structure was designed by E. D. Vernon. It is an excellent example of the Queen Anne Style with many classical details including bays, g...

  • 87.2.2 to 87.2.9
  • Early Township Map of Truro, 1788

    • Item
    • 1788

    Map shows Truro Township along the Salmon River, including the first main roads of the Town. Includes grantee lots and owner names with inset of Birch Island in Upper Village.

  • 93.40.1a
  • Plan of New Marsh, Lower Village, 1901

    • Item
    • 1901

    An original hand drawn map of the New Marsh, Lower Village (aka: Lower Truro, Colchester County, NS), showing numbered lots of land with owner names and acreage. Shows New Dyke Road, Soley's Creek, Cobequid Bay, Savage's Island and existing marsh ...

  • 2005.41.1
  • Wrench Design - Invention

    Original technical drawing of a wrench, invented by Frederick James Dowle. Shows details of Figures 1 & 2.Drawn by George Mosher, Sept. 25, 1916. Allowed in US Dec. 8, 1916. Filed in Canada Dec. 27, 1916.

  • 2019.1.31
  • Train Stopping Device - Invention

    Original technical drawing of a Train Stopping Device, invented by Winthrop Bishop. Shows details of Figures 4, 7, 8 and 9. Drawn in 1916 by George Mosher, Attorney, and signed by witnesses and stamped on back by the US Patent Office.

  • 2019.1.27
  • Rail Joint - Invention

    Original technical drawing of a Rail Joint, invented by John S. Miller. Includes the side and top views with dimensions and details. Illustrates Figures 1 through 6. Drawn by George Mosher likely circa 1916, when he did similar drawings for other ...

  • 2019.1.14 to 2019.1.17
  • Kent Lumber Co., Boiler Setting

    Original architectural drawing for a Boiler Setting for the Kent Lumber Co. including vertical cross sections and end elevation with measurements and building details. Kent Lumber Co. operated in Colchester County, NS.

  • 2019.1.8
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