Cabinet Card by John B. Cook, Photographer, Toronto [n.d.]
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- John B. Cook, Photographer
- Media Type
- Item Types
- Cabinet photographs
- Two young African Canadian girls are the subject of this undated cabinet card photograph by John B. Cook, of Toronto. The address listed on the company stamp, which appears in gold lettering at the bottom of the card, is 191 & 193 Yonge [St.] Toronto. The original photo was over-exposed and faded, so image adjustments have been made for clarification purposes. This photograph was in the possession of Iris Sloman Bell, of St. Catharines, Ontario. It is possible these two girls are relatives of the Sloman and Bell families. Relatives of the Sloman - Bell families include former American slaves who settled in Canada.
- John B. Cook is listed as being a photographer -- and a hotelier -- in Toronto from 1879-1898.
Source: Phillips, Glen C. The Ontario photographers list (1851-1900). Sarnia: Iron Gate Publishing Co., 1990.
- Place of Publication
- Toronto, Ontario
- Personal Name(s)
- John B. Cook
- Rick Bell Family Fonds - RG 63
- Language of Item
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 43.65011 Longitude: -79.3829
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- Recommended Citation
- RG 63 Rick Bell Family fonds, Brock University Archives, Brock University.
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