Nova Scotia Archives

Photographs by A.E. Cornwall

Hantsport and Area, collected by B.R. Alexander


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Shallow dam with boomed logs – Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 163

Logging crew – Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 164

Logging crew – Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 165

Portable sawmill, flume in right corner – Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 166

Stationary sawmill with laths piled in left foreground (Hantsport?), Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 167

Stationary sawmill (one of Benjamin’s in Hantsport?), Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 168

Unidentified portable sawmill crew – Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 169

Unidentified sawmill crew (note the deal carriers with padded shoulders) – (at Hantsport?), Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 170

Insurance office – left to right: Ethel Martin Moreland, George J. Alexander, Gordon J. Dunbar
Date: 22 November 1910
Photographer: unattributed
Reference: B.R. Alexander  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 171

S.S. Rotundus (ferry between Windsor, Hantport, and Summerville, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1910
Photographer: unattributed
Reference: B.R. Alexander  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 173

Schooner E.E. Armstrong built by Falmouth Shipping Co., Churchill yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: 1917
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 175

Schooner Margaret F. Dick ready to launch, sister ship in frame, Fauquier & Porter’s shipyard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: 1918
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 177

Christening of Eva (boat) built by R. Mitchner – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: 1922
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 178

Group of army cadets; four leaders in front (left to right): Kenneth Beckwith, Norman Smith, Keith Bishop, G.O. Jacques; middle row (left to right): Todd Davison, Dick Bishop, Arthur ?, unknown, George Pearson, unknown, Bud Cohoon, Billy Delaney, Red Cameron, Kid Fleming, Alfred Steven, unknown, Roy Corbett; back row (left to right): Fred Beazley, Lloyd Fleming, unknown, Harry Lockhart, unknown, A. Riley, Everett Newcomb, Leadley Knewley, Charlie Teatridge, Bud Cottill
Date:
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 179

Turning first sod for water (3rd man to left of shovel – Capt. Bob Lawrence (shoe store); shovel – Delancey Falkner (mayor); to right of shovel – George D. Comstock (Walter – little boy between); man with moustache 5th from right – John Woolaver; man with gray overcoat 3rd to right of shovel – Dr. Margeson; 3rd little boy from left – Clarence Riley; 8th letter girl from left – Beulah Coyle; behind Delaney – Billy Pearson
Date: 1957
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 180
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