Nova Scotia Archives

Woolford's Surveys: The Roads from Halifax to Windsor and Truro, 1817-18

''Prince's Lodge from an oil painting''

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Mile 6 on Woolford's map. Prince's Lodge was the country home of H.R.H. Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, while he served on the Halifax station as Commander-in-Chief. The photograph was done from a painting executed when the Duke resided there, 1792-1800. The Rotunda or Music Room in the left background survives today.

Date: ca. 1797

Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives Photograph Collection: Places: Prince's Lodge