Black / African Canadian History
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Black / African Canadian History
  
  • Cabinet Card of Young Woman Photographed by N. C. Shorey, of Toronto [n.d.]
        An unidentified African American Canadian young woman is the subject of this cabinet card portrait photograph by N. C. Shorey, of Toronto, Ontario. The photo is undated but believed to be taken in the late 1890s. The photographer's stamp, with his name and address, appears in the gold lettering at ...
      An unidentified African American Canadian young woman is the subject of this ...
  • Cabinet Card by John B. Cook, Photographer, Toronto [n.d.]
        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 ...
      Two young African Canadian girls are the subject of this undated cabinet ...
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Black / African Canadian History


Collection of records from the Richard Bell Family Fonds at Brock University c.1850 to 1950.