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Photographs by A.E. Cornwall

Hantsport and Area, collected by B.R. Alexander


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Barque Persia: built 27 November 1886, official no. 92485, Port reg. Windsor #13, 9 December 1886, gross tonnage 596.06, length – 155’7”, breadth - 35’9”, depth – 17’0”, commanded by Seymour Malcolm and built and owned by George Churchill, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: unattributed
Reference: B.R. Alexander  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 107

Avon (steamship) – 41 tons, built by Churchill Shipyard in 1888 – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 109

View of Hantsport, Nova Scotia from Mt. Denson showing the Churchill shipyard
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 110

Charles Dunbar Dry Goods store, later to become George S. Currie Groceries – eventually torn down for Wade’s Groceteria – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 111

Street in Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1890
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 112

Baptist Church, Willow Street – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 115

William Street looking west, showing Yeaton’s Candy Store, Station Street (middle right); Hantsport Hotel (2nd from right); American House, a hotel torn down in 1979 (far right) – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1898
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 116

Hantsport Hotel, William Street looking east – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1915
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 117

Winter scene – Evangeline Hotel at the corner of William Street and Avon (now called Davison Street), one time called Water Street; hotel operated by the Churchills during the shipbuilding era – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 118

Baptist Church during the time of Francis da Silva (before electric lights) – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 119

Baptist Church during the time of Francis da Silva; Rev. Dan E. Hatt and his loyal workers – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 120

Willow Bridge looking south showing road used to water horses; first house on left is Absalom Faulkner’s property – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1915
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 125

Willow Bridge looking south with houses fenced in – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1900
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 126

Willow Bridge looking south automobiles have come and fences are gone – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1915
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 127

Iron Bridge across Halfway River to East Road across the dykes in flood at left and at right small wooden bridge over gulch to McKean – later Alex Stevens – property – Hantsport, Nova Scotia
Date: ca. 1895
Photographer: A.E. Cornwall
Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 128
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