Hatch House Under Construction, 1973


Description
Creator:
Brian Winter
Media Type:
Image
Item Types:
Negatives
Photographs
Description:
Black and white negative showing an image of the Hatch House under construction. This photograph was taken during preparation to have the walls stuccoed. The scaffolding can be seen around the bottom of the house.
Notes:
This castle-style house was built in 1874 for Sheriff Nelson G. Reynolds after he moved out of Trafalgar Castle. It is located on the south-east corner of Byron and Dunlop Streets at 301 Byron Street South.

From 1904-1963 it belonged to the Hatch family. In 1973 it was converted into a restaurant.
Date of Original:
21 May 1973
Dimensions:
Width: 3.5 cm
Height: 2.5 cm
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
17-097-001
Collection:
Whitby Online Historic Photographs Collection
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.88342 Longitude: -78.93287
Creative Commons licence:
by [more details]
Copyright Statement:
This item is protected by the Canadian Copyright Act and is intended for one-time use only. Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). It is your responsibility for obtaining these permissions.
Recommended Citation:
Hatch House Under Construction, 1973, Brian Winter, Whitby Archives, 17-097-001.
Reproduction Notes:
Scanned from copy negative.
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Hatch House Under Construction, 1973


Black and white negative showing an image of the Hatch House under construction. This photograph was taken during preparation to have the walls stuccoed. The scaffolding can be seen around the bottom of the house.