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Two Black Gentlemen Photographed by John Cooper, London/St. Thomas, Ont. [n.d.]

John Cooper is listed as a photographer and daguerrean artist in 1857 - 1890 in London, Ont. and in 1874 in St. Thomas, Ont. Source: Phillips,...

  Two Black Gentlemen Photographed by John Cooper, London/St. Thomas, Ont. [n.d.]
Small Cabinet Card of African American Man by John S. Thom, of Lucan, Ontario [n.d.]

John S. Thom is listed as a photographer in Lucan, Ontario from 1877-1882. Aside from photography, he also operated a general store and sold...

  Small Cabinet Card of African American Man by John S. Thom, of Lucan, Ontario [n.d.]
Cabinet Card of Young African Canadian by The Dominion Photo Studio, Toronto [n.d.]

The Dominion Portait Co. is listed as operating from 1893-1894 in Toronto. There is an additional listing for the Dominion Portrait Co. (Gourlay &...

  Cabinet Card of Young African Canadian  by The Dominion Photo Studio, Toronto [n.d.]
Tintype of African American Woman with Feathered Hat [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of African American Woman with Feathered Hat [n.d.]
Tintype of African American Man Standing with Bowler Hat [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of African American Man Standing with Bowler Hat [n.d.]
Tintype of Two African American Ladies with Niagara Falls Backdrop [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of Two African American Ladies with Niagara Falls Backdrop [n.d.]
Tintype of African American Man in Topcoat Standing with Chair [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of African American Man in Topcoat Standing with Chair [n.d.]
Tintype of African American Woman with Ruffled Dress [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of African American Woman with Ruffled Dress [n.d.]
Tintype of Bearded African American Man with Pendant Watch

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of Bearded African American Man with Pendant Watch
Certificate of Marriage, John William Taylor - Susan Jones, 1851

A certificate of marriage, dated August 10, 1851, for John William Taylor, of St. Catharines, to Susan Jones, also of St. Catharines. The...

  Certificate of Marriage, John William Taylor - Susan Jones, 1851
Marriage Certificate, Charles Henry Bell - Mary E. Tyrrell, 1894

There are various spellings of the Tyrrell name within the Bell family archive. Other forms of the name include Tyrell, Tyrrill, and Terrell. A...

  Marriage Certificate, Charles Henry Bell - Mary E. Tyrrell, 1894
Tintype of Girl Peering through Lattice [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of Girl Peering through Lattice [n.d.]
Tintype of African American Man Standing at Wooden Fence [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of African American Man Standing at Wooden Fence [n.d.]
Tintype of African American Woman Standing with Book [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of African American Woman Standing with Book [n.d.]
Tintype of Three African American Women [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of Three African American Women [n.d.]
Tintype of Seated African American Gentleman [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of Seated African American Gentleman [n.d.]
Tintype of Young African American Woman Standing with Purse [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of Young African American Woman Standing with Purse [n.d.]
Tintype of African American Woman with Fan [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of African American Woman with Fan [n.d.]
Tintype of Man with Derby Hat leaning against Chair [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Tintype of Man with Derby Hat leaning against Chair [n.d.]
Signed Tintype of African American Men in Derby Hats [n.d.]

"Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves...

  Signed Tintype of African American Men in Derby Hats [n.d.]
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