ca. 1903 Black and white portrait of C.B. Edwards. This is an undated cabinet card photograph taken by Frank Cooper, probably around 1903 when C.B. Edwards was city clerk.
C.B.(Clarence Bartlett)Edwards was born in Burgessville, Oxford County on January 26, 1862 and died in London on November 1, 1921. He...
ca. 1904-1909 Black and white portrait of Sam Baker. This is an undated cabinet card photograph. The bottom of the card with the photographer's imprint has been cut off but, from the small portion of imprint that remains, we are able to determine that this photograph was taken by Frank Cooper. Frank Cooper...
ca. 1895-1907 A black and white portrait of Arthur Topping. Arthur Topping first appears in the London City Directory in 1895. He was an attendant at the Asylum.
This is an undated cabinet card photograph taken by Frank Cooper. It was probably taken sometime between 1895 when Arthur Topping first appeared in...
1905, A black and white photograph showing ten individual head and shoulders portraits of members of the 1905 Western Fair Association Executive. Each executive member's name and position is printed beneath his portrait. The words "1905 Executive Western Fair Association" are printed below the...
... ca. 1900
The map shows the location of 433 Dufferin Avenue where the Line family stately home once stood. It was demolished April 15, 1958....
ca. 1900 - 1905, A formal black and white portrait of Mary (MacKenzie) MacDonald taken in later life at the photographic studio of Frank Cooper in London, Ontario. Mrs. MacDonald is seated, with her head propped by her hand as she rests her arm on a delicate side table. She is elegantly attired in a fitted black...
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