Rosemary Eaton fonds

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Rosemary Eaton fonds

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  • [197-] (Creation)
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    Eaton, Rosemary

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508 photographs

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Rosemary Eaton was born in England and received some of her early education in Geneva. Her father owned a tea plantation in Sri Lanka, where she spent some of her summers. During World War II, while living in Britian, she joined the Home Guard. She worked in bookshops and other retail positions. Eaton studied photography and did some photography in Britain, northern Canada, Quebec and Nova Scotia. and has had photos published in magazines. She later moved to Toronto and then to Cole Harbour, N.S. in 1966 where she took an avid interest in the area. Eaton has written various newpaper articles relating to Cole Harbour issues and began documenting the area in photographs and journals. She married Michael Eaton and did not have any children. Eaton continues to live in Cole Harbour and is an active member of the Cole Harbour Heritage Society.

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Fonds consists of numerous series

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Images were donated to the Museum over time by Rosemary Eaton.

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