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  • Portrait of "Ruth", by George A. Hemstreet, Photographer, Milton [n.d.]
    Textmysterycomment       A woman identified only by the broach at her neck as "Ruth" is pictured here in a black and white cabinet card photograph by G. A. Hemstreet. The photo is undated, but believed to be from the late 1870s or early 1880s. The photographer's name is stamped in black ink ...
    Textmysterycomment     A woman identified only by the broach at her neck as "Ruth" is pictured here in a black and white cabinet card photograph by G. A. Hemstreet. The photo is ...
  • Cabinet Card of African American Canadian by Photographer W. J. Rea, of Windsor [n.d.]
    Textmystery       An unidentified African Canadian man is featured in this cabinet card by W. J. Rea, photographer, of Windsor, Ontario. The man appears to be in official dress, possibly of a religious or legal nature. This cabinet card bears the stamp of the photographer, W. J. Rea, in black ink along ...
    Textmystery     An unidentified African Canadian man is featured in this cabinet card by W. J. Rea, photographer, of Windsor, Ontario. The man appears to be in official dress, possibly of a ...
  • Cabinet Card Portrait Photographed by I. H. Lewis, of Toronto [n.d.]
    Text       A cabinet card portrait of an unidentified woman by I. H. Lewis, a photographer
    Text     A cabinet card portrait of an unidentified woman by I. H. Lewis, a photographer
  • Cabinet Card by C. Arthur, Photographer, St. Catharines [n.d.]
    Textmystery       An unidentified young woman is featured in this black and white cabinet card by photographer C. Arthur, of St. Catharines, Ontario. The address of Mr. Arthur's studio is printed along the bottom of the photograph. This photograph was among the family memorabilia owned by Iris Sloman Bell of St. Catharines. ...
    Textmystery     An unidentified young woman is featured in this black and white cabinet card by photographer C. Arthur, of St. Catharines, Ontario. The address of Mr. Arthur's studio is printed along ...
  • Photograph of Unidentified Woman by C. Arthur, Photographer, St. Catharines [n.d.]
    Textmystery       An unidentified young woman is featured in this undated black and white studio photograph by C. Arthur, Photographer, of St. Catharines, Ontario. This small cabinet card photograph was in the possession of the Iris Sloman Bell family of St. Catharines. Relatives of the Sloman - Bell families include former African ...
    Textmystery     An unidentified young woman is featured in this undated black and white studio photograph by C. Arthur, Photographer, of St. Catharines, Ontario. This small cabinet card photograph was in the ...
  • Photograph of Mary Bell by F. Pfaff, Photographer, Erie, Pa. [n.d.]
    Text       A cabinet card believed to be of Mary Bell, photographed by F. Pfaff, Artistic Photographer, of Erie, Pennsylvania. A handwritten entry on the reverse of the photo lists the address "231 Duke St.", however, the company's logo identifies its address as 1011 State St., Ground Floor Gallery. This photograph was ...
    Text     A cabinet card believed to be of Mary Bell, photographed by F. Pfaff, Artistic Photographer, of Erie, Pennsylvania. A handwritten entry on the reverse of the photo lists the address ...
  • Portrait of Young Woman by I. H. Lewis, Photographer [n.d.]
    Textmystery       An unidentified young Black woman is featured in this cabinet card portrait by photographer I. H. (Isaac) Lewis, of Toronto. The photographer's name and address is stamped in gold lettering on the lower front of the card. The address is given as 106 1/2 Queen St. W., Toronto. This cabinet ...
    Textmystery     An unidentified young Black woman is featured in this cabinet card portrait by photographer I. H. (Isaac) Lewis, of Toronto. The photographer's name and address is stamped in gold lettering ...
  • Cabinet Card of Young Woman Photographed by N. C. Shorey, of Toronto [n.d.]
    Textmystery       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 ...
    Textmystery     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 ...
  • Small Cabinet Card of African American Man by John S. Thom, of Lucan, Ontario [n.d.]
    Textmystery       A very small cabinet card type photograph of an unidentified man, possibly a relative of the Bell - Sloman family. A handwritten entry on the reverse of the photograph indicates it was taken by John S. Thom, of Lucan. No date is provided, however, John S. Thom is known to ...
    Textmystery     A very small cabinet card type photograph of an unidentified man, possibly a relative of the Bell - Sloman family. A handwritten entry on the reverse of the photograph indicates ...
  • Cabinet Card of Young African Canadian  by The Dominion Photo Studio, Toronto [n.d.]
    Textmystery       This unidentified African Canadian man is photographed at the Dominion Photo Studio, located at 388 Queen St. West in Toronto. The photographer's name is not known. No date is provided, however, the Dominion Studio is listed as operating from 1893-1894. The reverse of the card displays the Dominion Photo Studio ...
    Textmystery     This unidentified African Canadian man is photographed at the Dominion Photo Studio, located at 388 Queen St. West in Toronto. The photographer's name is not known. No date is provided, ...
  • Cabinet Card by John B. Cook, Photographer, Toronto [n.d.]
    Textmystery       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 ...
    Textmystery     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 ...
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