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Dr. Courtland Casimer Fissette and Brantford Home
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Dr. Courtland Casimer Fissette and Brantford Home


2017EG002.001: Black and white photograph of Dr. Courtland Casimer Fissette wearing glasses, a brimmed hat, jacket, shirt with a high stiff collar, thin tie, and trousers. He is sitting in a wooden chair outdoors, possibly on a veranda, with wood floor paneling and a slotted railing. Photograph is captioned “Dad 1917”. 2017EG002.005: Black and white photograph of Dr. Courtland Casimer and Ann Fissette’s house at 110 Darling Street, in Brantford, Ontario. A dirt road, grass, sidewalks with two trees and a telephone pole are in the foreground, with the Fissette’s stone home on the centre, with an automobile in the driveway. The house is asymmetrical with an alcove on the right half of the façade and a multi-gabled roof. Five stairs lead up to a six pillar porch with side railing, detailed brackets, and a second story balcony. The door on the back left side of the house has writing on it, possibly serving as the entrance to Fissette’s general practice. Partial buildings are seen on the right and left of Fissette’s house. The photograph was possibly taken during the fall or winter, as there are no leaves on the trees or the vines on the house. Photograph is captioned “Our House 1919 Brantford”.