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  • Black / African Canadian History
    Black / African Canadian History
    groupimagetext  1870     Collection of records from the Richard Bell Family Fonds at Brock University c.1850 to 1950.
    groupimagetext  1870   Collection of records from the Richard Bell Family Fonds at Brock University c.1850 to 1950.
    Brock University Archives
  • Welland Canal History
    Welland Canal History
    collectionimagetext       Access an extensive collection of Welland Canal historical photographs and newspaper clippings available in the Local History collection of the Welland Public Library.
    collectionimagetext     Access an extensive collection of Welland Canal historical photographs and newspaper clippings available in the Local History collection of the Welland Public Library.
    Welland Public Library
  • Crosby Women's Institute Tweedsmuir Book
    Crosby Women's Institute Tweedsmuir Book
    textcollection       Crosby, Ontario's Women's Institute Tweedsmuir Book covering some of the early history of Crosby Ontario(also once known as Singleton's Corners). The history in the book covers the period of the 19th century to about 1950.
    textcollection     Crosby, Ontario's Women's Institute Tweedsmuir Book covering some of the early history of Crosby Ontario(also once known as Singleton's Corners). The history in the book covers the period of the ...
    Rideau Lakes Public Library
  • Tintype of Unidentified African American Woman Leaning on Chair [n.d.]
    Tintype of Unidentified African American Woman Leaning on Chair [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Two Young Women, Seated, with Man [n.d.]
    Tintype of Two Young Women, Seated, with Man [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of African American Gentleman Seated on Stool [n.d.]
    Tintype of African American Gentleman Seated on Stool [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Man Smoking a Cigar [n.d.]
    Tintype of Man Smoking a Cigar [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Young African American Woman Seated at Table [n.d.]
    Tintype of Young African American Woman Seated at Table [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype Portrait of African American Couple [n.d.]
    Tintype Portrait of African American Couple [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Sad Young Black Girl Perched on Bench [n.d.]
    Tintype of Sad Young Black Girl Perched on Bench [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Small Tintype of Young Black Woman, Seated [n.d.]
    Small Tintype of Young Black Woman, Seated [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Girl Peering through Lattice [n.d.]
    Tintype of Girl Peering through Lattice [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of African American Man Standing at Wooden Fence [n.d.]
    Tintype of African American Man Standing at Wooden Fence [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of African American Woman Standing with Book [n.d.]
    Tintype of African American Woman Standing with Book [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Three African American Women [n.d.]
    Tintype of Three African American Women [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Seated African American Gentleman [n.d.]
    Tintype of Seated African American Gentleman [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Young African American Woman Standing with Purse [n.d.]
    Tintype of Young African American Woman Standing with Purse [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of African American Woman with Fan [n.d.]
    Tintype of African American Woman with Fan [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Tintype of Man with Derby Hat leaning against Chair [n.d.]
    Tintype of Man with Derby Hat leaning against Chair [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
  • Signed Tintype of African American Men in Derby Hats [n.d.]
    Signed Tintype of African American Men in Derby Hats [n.d.]
    textmystery       "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 as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were ...
    textmystery     "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 as the base for ...
    Brock University Archives
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