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Sydney Mines (N.S.) With digital objects
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Sydney Mines silver thaw

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Items are photographs and a postcard of the aftermath of a snowstorm in Sydney Mines. The trees are heavy with ice and snow and the snowbanks tower over the street.

  • 76-51
  • Archibald property

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    Item is a photograph of the home of Dr. Archibald and the adjoining Presbyterian Church. The church was later moved to Main St. beside the present church. The home is known as Gowrie House.

  • 77-106-240
  • Beech Hill, Sydney Mines

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    Item is a photograph of the gardens at Beech Hill, the home of R.H. Brown of Sydney Mines built in 1829. There is a dog and two small buildings on the right side of the garden path.

  • 77-232-366
  • Beech Hill, Sydney Mines

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    Item is a photograph of the gardens at Beech Hill, the home of R.H. Brown of Sydney Mines built in 1829.

  • 77-234-368
  • Beech Hill, Sydney Mines

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    Item is a photograph of the interior of the greenhouse at Beech Hill, the home of R.H. Brown of Sydney Mines built in 1829.

  • 77-235-369
  • Beech Hill, Sydney Mines

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    Item is a photograph of the kitchen fireplace and oven at Beech Hill, the home of R.H. Brown of Sydney Mines built in 1829.

  • 77-236-370
  • Beech Hill, Sydney Mines

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    Item is a photograph of the interior at Beech Hill, the home of R.H. Brown of Sydney Mines built in 1829.The photograph was taken looking out of a first floor window of a view of the yard.

  • 77-237-371
  • Beech Hill, Sydney Mines

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    Item is a photograph of one of the rooms at Beech Hill, the home of R.H. Brown of Sydney Mines built in 1829.

  • 77-238-372
  • Beech Hill, Sydney Mines

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    Item is a photograph of one of the rooms at Beech Hill, the home of R.H. Brown of Sydney Mines built in 1829. There are bookshelves on the left and a table to the right.

  • 77-241-375
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