Item 77-156-290 - Blacksmith and Boiler Shop Workers

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Blacksmith and Boiler Shop Workers

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CA BI 77-156-290

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  • 1908 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w ; 29.5cm x 24.5cm

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Photograph was donated to the Beaton Institute Archives by Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Day.

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Item is a photograph of workers at the Blacksmith and Boiler Shop Works at the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., Sydney Mines.

Seated, from left to right: Tom Desmond, Charlie MacLeod, John Lamond, Martin Murphy, Unknown, Clyde Wood, Bob Boutilier, Unknown, Patrick Peck, Vince Hall, William Day, Ed Oram, Tom McKay, Peter MacMullin.
Back row, left to right: George Butts, Anthony Maddigan, Joe Hal, John Duncan Stewart, Alex Steele, Alex McRae, John Bryden, Unknown, John Carmichael, Unknown, Audrey Boutilier, Tom Carr.

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  • English

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Photograph Collection: Coal Workers

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Copy of original photograph can be found at accession no. 80-15-4195.

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