Photographs

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Photographs

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  • Graphic material

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  • Source of title proper: Title based on content of series.

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Reference code

Accession numbers: 2010.009, 2010.010

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Date(s)

  • [ca. 1890]-[ca. 1970] (Creation)

Physical description area

Physical description

210 photographs
6 negatives

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Archival description area

Name of creator

([ca.1739- 2004])

Custodial history

Scope and content

Series forms part of Anna Barbara Webber family fonds and consists of Webber family photographs. Most of the photographs are of people, approximately ninety photographs of which are identified Webber family members and friends, including Frances (Webber) Robson, Douglas Robson, Gladys (Palmer) Robson, Blois Webber, Allen Webber, Anna Barbara Webber, and others. Several photographs of Blois Webber show him in military uniform, sometimes with other soldiers or with military vehicles, and are related to his service during the Second World War. Series also includes three military group photographs, one including Blois Webber, and the other two possibly including Blois or Allen Webber. Also included is one portrait photograph of Nelson Webber and E.J. “Ned” Webber in military uniform, possibly related to their service during the First World War. There are also photographs of the Webber family home in Upper Lakeville. Series also includes class photographs of the Lower Lakeville School in 1926, 1928, and 1930. In addition, series includes photographs of men at a lumber camp and a photograph of a group of people possibly standing in front of St. James' Anglican Church in Upper Lakeville. All of the photographs are in black and white, except for three colour photographs which are unidentified. Also includes six negatives.

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Physical condition

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Language of material

  • English

Script of material

    Location of originals

    Availability of other formats

    Many photographs have been scanned into the photo database at the Eastern Shore Archives.

    Restrictions on access

    Researchers are asked to view scanned copies of photographs when possible as opposed to originals.

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    General note

    The ‘Wartime records’ series contains records related to Blois and Nelson Webber’s military service.

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