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  • Native Cradle
    Native Cradle
    Object       This woven doll cradle was made by a First Nation Indian living along the Beaver River. It was bought by the Webers and given to their grandchild Wilda (Weber) Laurence in 1911.
    Object     This woven doll cradle was made by a First Nation Indian living along the Beaver River. It was bought by the Webers and given to their grandchild Wilda (Weber) Laurence …
    South Grey Museum
  • Whitby Junction Station
    Whitby Junction Station
    ImageObject       The Whitby junction Station was built at the foot of Byron Street on the Grand Trunk Railway in 1903. It closed in 1969 and in 1970 it was moved to the north-east corner of Victoria and Henry Streets for use as an art gallery. In 2004 the Station Gallery was …
    ImageObject     The Whitby junction Station was built at the foot of Byron Street on the Grand Trunk Railway in 1903. It closed in 1969 and in 1970 it was moved to …
    Whitby Public Library
  • Who Dunnit? Casting the Death Mask
    Who Dunnit? Casting the Death Mask
    ImageObject       The maker's signature and date of creation: "O.A. Castrucci 1911"
    ImageObject     The maker's signature and date of creation: "O.A. Castrucci 1911"
    Archives of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto
  • Elementary, My Dear Watson!
    Elementary, My Dear Watson!
    ImageObject       The likely candidates. Portraits of Archbishops of Toronto, Denis O'Connor C.S.B (left) and Fergus McEvay (right)
    ImageObject     The likely candidates. Portraits of Archbishops of Toronto, Denis O'Connor C.S.B (left) and Fergus McEvay (right)
    Archives of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto
  • The Evidence: The Death Mask
    The Evidence: The Death Mask
    ImageObject       Front and side view of mask. The details in the mask are quite something, note the eyelashes and eyebrow hairs embedded in the plaster.
    ImageObject     Front and side view of mask. The details in the mask are quite something, note the eyelashes and eyebrow hairs embedded in the plaster.
    Archives of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto
  • Death Mask
    Death Mask
    ImageObject       More on death mask. Some of the most famous death masks include those of Dante Alighieri, Mary Queen of Scots, and Napoleon Bonaparte. The Laurence Hutton Collection of Life and Death Masks at Princeton University Library contains over a hundred likenesses of English and American literary and political figures.
    ImageObject     More on death mask. Some of the most famous death masks include those of Dante Alighieri, Mary Queen of Scots, and Napoleon Bonaparte. The Laurence Hutton Collection of Life and …
    Archives of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto
  • The 'Unknown Death Mask'
    The 'Unknown Death Mask'
    ImageTextObject       The 'Unknown Death Mask', a.k.a. the Archives' creepiest artifact.
    ImageTextObject     The 'Unknown Death Mask', a.k.a. the Archives' creepiest artifact.
    Archives of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto
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