County of Brant Public Library Digital Collections
Andrew Eadie Home, c. 1850s
Description
Media Type
Image
Text
Item Type
Photographs
Description
This photograph depicts Andrew Eadie and several other people in front of the Eadie home on the "Black Hill" farm in the 1850s. Andrew Eadie is the man in the cap, second from left; the woman next to him is thought to be his second wife, Mrs. MacDonald. In the background is her daughter Isabella, later Mrs. A. W. Ellis; in the foreground are Mrs. MacDonald's step-daughters. The man to the far right is believed to be Herbert Biggar.

This photograph was printed on page 117 of The Work of Our Hands by Sharon Jaeger, and was provided by Linda Guest.
Inscriptions
(from an old daguerreotype)

Andrew Eadie's home - Andrew the one in the cap,(probably 2nd wife)
Silk hat believed to be Herbert Biggar
Date of Original
[ca. 1850]
Subject(s)
Local identifier
2003.32.1
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.0834 Longitude: -80.31637
Donor
Photograph provided by Linda Guest.
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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County of Brant Public Library
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County of Brant Public Library (Paris Branch)
12 William Street
Paris, ON
N3L 1K7 | @brantlibrary
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Andrew Eadie Home, c. 1850s


This photograph depicts Andrew Eadie and several other people in front of the Eadie home on the "Black Hill" farm in the 1850s. Andrew Eadie is the man in the cap, second from left; the woman next to him is thought to be his second wife, Mrs. MacDonald. In the background is her daughter Isabella, later Mrs. A. W. Ellis; in the foreground are Mrs. MacDonald's step-daughters. The man to the far right is believed to be Herbert Biggar.

This photograph was printed on page 117 of The Work of Our Hands by Sharon Jaeger, and was provided by Linda Guest.