[between 1888 and 1925] Head and shoulders portrait of a young woman. Thomas H. Smith was a photographer in Galt, Ontario from 1888 through 1925.
Photograph is mounted inside a cardboard folder.
See also: I-4-143.
[ca. 191-] Group of fifteen women seated on and in front of a fence wearing dresses and hats. Pasture and trees can be seen in the background.
[ca. 189-] Postcard with photograph of couple, man wearing suit, woman in long dress with very elaborate hat. Construction crane or bridge span in the background. See also I-4-95.
[ca. 191-] Postcard with photograph of a woman seated in a chair in a living room, leaning her elbow on a table. Note the wallpaper, carpet, and fancy pillow on the settee behind her.
[ca. 192-] Group of three men peeking through haystacks. See also I-4-38 to I-4-41.
[ca. 192-] Group of two boys and a dog peeking through haystacks. See also I-4-38 to I-4-41.
[ca. 191-] Portrait of two women standing, both in long dresses, one wearing white with lace (wedding dress?), the other in a dark colour with lace trim on the bodice.
[ca. 192-] Group of nine unidentified women posing outside.
[ca. 191-] Photograph of two women standing in a field wearing long dresses and straw hats. Group of men can be seen walking in the background.
[ca. 191-] Two men and two women seated on wicker furniture outside beside a house. Men are in shirts and ties, women in long dresses. Note the vines covering the side of the house.
[ca. 190-] Postcard with family of husband and wife and three children, two young girls and an infant. Girls are dressed in matching checked dresses with lace collars and each holding a small bouquet of flowers.
[ca. 191-] Large group of men and women posing outside on a grassy area. Note the wide "ties" on the women, with "middy" or sailor blouses. Back row, fifth from left, Alberta Mae Dotzert. The white middy or sailor blouse was worn by women around 1912 and onward over a skirt.
See also I-4-57 and I-4-91.
[ca. 191-] Postcard with group photograph of two men and nine women standing and seated on the grass. Women in long dresses and the men in hats. One man and one woman are holding long sticks - possibly fishing poles?
[ca. 191-] Family group of man and woman, two teenage girls and an adolescent boy, standing on the grass in front of the house. Note the knickers and cap on the boy.
[ca. 191-] Group of men and women posing outside in forested area. Some women wearing "middy" or sailor blouses and wide ties or scarves around their necks. The white middy or sailor blouse was worn by women around 1912 and onward over a skirt.
Back row, third from left is Alberta Mae Dotzert.
[ca. 192-] Group of women and two men posing outside by trees. Note the large ties on the women and the sailor style blouses.
[ca. 192-] Group of eleven women lying on the grass on their stomachs facing the camera. Note the "ties" and "sailor-style" blouses.
[ca, 195-] Large group of men and women posing, many with drinks in their hands.
[ca. 191-] One man in farming work clothes and two women, one seated on a horse-drawn hay cutter (?); the other standing with the man.
[ca. 189-] Cabinet card portrait of Esther and Albert Buchy of Bloomington, Illinois. Possibly relatives of the Dotzert or Ewald families of Waterloo, Ontario. Names written on reverse