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Photographs by A.E. Cornwall

Hantsport and Area, collected by B.R. Alexander


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Iron Bridge across Halfway River, also bridle path to left on Churchill estate, The Cedars – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 129

Hauling barrels of apples to market – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 130

View from Pearson’s farm – now Cedar Street – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 133

View of Hantsport station during celebration for person passing through town on a train; on right of Cottage Street is the foundry, later Nichols Box, later the Hantsport Fruit Basket Co. – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 134

Aerial view of William Street, Government wharf and Minas Basin Pulp and Paper Co. Ltd. – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: Spring 1967
Photographer: unattributed
Reference: B.R. Alexander  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 135

Aerial view of waterfront; top right – Fundy Gypsum Co. Ltd. Loading plant; middle Minas Basin Pulp and Paper Co. Ltd.; bottom left – Canadian Keys Fibre Co. Ltd. (formerly the site of the Churchill shipyard) – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: Spring 1967
Photographer: unattributed
Reference: B.R. Alexander  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 136

Aerial view of Main Street looking north with Prince and William Streets leading to right; lower part of photograph shows Hantsport Memorial Community Center pool, old skating rink and tennis court; bottom left – playgrounds – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: Spring 1967
Photographer: unattributed
Reference: B.R. Alexander  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 137

View looking south towards the Hantsport Memorial Community Centre pool (opened July 1955) with diving boards, safety devices and sod to be added – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: 1955
Photographer: unattributed
Reference: B.R. Alexander  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 138

View looking southwest on the Hantsport Memorial Community Centre pool – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: 1967
Photographer: unattributed
Reference: B.R. Alexander  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 139

Gypsum open-pit mining – (Wentworth?), Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 140

Gypsum open-pit mining – (Wentworth?), Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 141

Gypsum open-pit mining – (Wentworth?), Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 142

View from near Bluff Road of Avon River and Avon Street with the Bauchmann house in center – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 143

Horse and carriage in front of Capt. Fred Walley’s house – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 144

House (owned by Frank Allen between 1940-1950) – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 145
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