Photography -- Ambrotype

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      Photography -- Ambrotype

      Photography -- Ambrotype

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        • UF Ambrotype

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        Photography -- Ambrotype

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          Matthews family fonds
          PR1318 · Fonds · [1865]-1970

          The fonds consists of newspaper clippings about family members and photographs of family and friends of the Matthews family, including Vieva's parents and brothers Ewart Cameron and Allan Bremner, Frank's siblings and parents, Vieva, Frank, Andrew, family friend Lillian Miller and an ambrotype of James McMonies, Liberal Member of Parliament from Ontario, 1865 to 1872, great-grandfather of Vieva Matthews.

          Matthews family
          Muriel Hales fonds
          PR2474 · Fonds · [ca. 1880 - 1930]

          The fonds consists of two photographs featuring the High Level Bridge in Edmonton, and one photograph featuring the Jasper National Park townsite dating from the 1920s taken by an unidentified photographer. The fonds also includes an ambrotype portrait of Muriel Hales' grandmother circa 1880.

          Hales, Muriel
          Rowland family fonds
          PR1022 · Fonds · [1870]-1939

          Fonds consists of personal records belonging to members of the Rowland family and includes a funeral notice, photographic and mechanically produced postcards, wedding invitations, correspondence, greeting cards, homestead records, grocery receipts, a pamphlet entitled Clover Bar Celebration: Fifty Years of Homesteading, and a biographical sketch of the Rowland family. Fonds also includes photographs, including tintypes and an ambrotype, depicting members of the Rowland family and their friends, as well as various people, buildings, and views in Edmonton, Peace River, Camrose, and Lac La Biche, Alberta including railroad bridges, Camrose Normal School, Peace River Creamery, camps, ice-houses, horse-drawn carriages, houses, the Royal Alexandra Hospital and Hopital de la Misericorde, dog teams, agricultural machinery, G. Rowland Livery and Feed, students of Turnip Lake School District No. 386 and a panoramic photograph of the Low Level Bridge in Edmonton, Alberta.

          Rowland family