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Accession number 2009.039

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  • [ca. 1910]-[ca. 1972] (Creation)

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23 photographs

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Sub-series forms part of history and heritage activities series of the Helen Jennex fonds and consists of black-and-white photographs of Eastern Shore locations and people which were collected by Helen Jennex. Included are views of Navy Pool, a lobster hatchery and a skating pond in Jeddore, a lumber mill in Oyster Pond, Salmon River, the Clam Bay schoolhouse, a church, and a sailboat called the Viola G. Hartlin. A photograph of two women identifies them as Mrs. Ervin Myers and Mrs. Byron Mitchell, while other photographs of people, including a wedding photograph, are unidentified. Sub-series also includes some school photographs, including Clam Bay School photographs and a photograph of a newspaper team at Robert Jamison Memorial Consolidated High School. Also included is an unusually composed photograph of Oyster Pond schoolchildren posed on the shoreline, which may have been taken sometime around 1910 by itinerant school photographer Frank Adams, possibly while working under the company name O. B. Stubbs. Some of the photographs are printed onto a card backing, and in some cases are in postcard format. Some photographs are also mounted on cardboard. Also included in the sub-series are two colour photographs and a black-and-white photograph of houses, mounted on a piece of paper. The black-and-white photograph has a family in front, with one member identified as Ella Hill.

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