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James W. Madden
76-76 · Item · 1941-1961

Item is a photograph of James W. Maddin. He was a noted lawyer who was born in Westville in 1874 and died at City Hospital, Sydney on September 29, 1961.

Aerial View of Sydney
77-739-873 · Item · 1935 - 1936

Item is a photograph of an aerial view of Sydney taken from the harbour looking north-east.

Royal Canadian Air Force
Polish Band
79-1097-4077 · Item · [ca. 1920]

Item is a photograph of male members of a Polish band.

81-234-5304 · Item · 1917

Item is a photograph of the Sydney Academy Cadet Corps #306 in the winter of 1917. Almost all of the Cadets are in full uniform, with the first row sitting and the back rows standing on steps.

Moxham's Castle/Hospital
81-853-5933 · Item · 1919

Item is a photograph of the rear of Moxham's Castle taken after the end of World War 1. During the war, the castle served as a military hospital.

81-854-5934 · Item · 1919

Item is a photograph of four medical personnel officers inside Moxham's Castle, where they were stationed during World War 1 when the castle functioned as a military hospital.

82-175-6875 · Item · ca. 1914

Item is a photograph of a military parade that took place on Charlotte Street in Sydney during World War 1. The photo features a large number of uniformed soldiers with rifles marching down the middle of the road with bystanders viewing on both sides of the street.

82-176-6876 · Item · ca. 1914

Item is a photograph of a military parade that took place on Charlotte Street in Sydney during World War 1. A band is leading a procession down the middle of the road while bystanders view from both sides of the street.

Polish Dancers
82-233-6933 · Item · 1957

Item is a photograph of Polish dancers in costume. The dancers are Holy Redeemer High School students, taken in 1957 at CJCB studios, Sydney.

First row: Marilyn Baryluk Gillis, Frances Kokoska, (Unknown First Name) Tynski or Mary Petruskavitch
Second row: Julianne Wojick, Frances Tynski, Annie Yelovich or Josephine Rebutski, Audrey Wludyka
Third row: Margie Reppa Johnson, JoAnne MacDonald Kingsbury, Frania Rose Ryba McKay, Dorothy Granich, Patricia Malinowski

"Albert J. Lutz" Schooner
82-322-7022 · Item · ca. 1917

Item is a photograph of the "Albert J. Lutz", a schooner outfitted as a Canadian Q ship during World War 1. A 4" gun was mounted on its deck behind the dories. It was stationed in Sydney harbour from 1917-1918.

Naval Sentry Stanley, Sydney
82-532-7232 · Item · 1918

Item is a photograph of a naval sentry guard stationed in Sydney during World War 1. The sentry is identified by his first name, Stanley. He is standing in front of a large house in full uniform with a rifle. Women are visible on the balcony of the house in the background.

Naval Sentry Stanley, Sydney
82-533-7233 · Item · 1918

Item is a photograph of a naval sentry guard sentry stationed in Sydney during World War 1. The sentry is identified by his first name, Stanley.

82-760-7460 · Item · 1919

Item is a photograph of J.E. Burchell and his granddaughter Dorothy Clarke on a snowy day towards the end of the First World War. Burchell is holding a roll of papers and a house is visible in the background.

82-760-7460 · Item · 1919

Item is a photograph of J.E. Burchell and his granddaughter Dorothy Clarke on a snowy day during World War 1. Burchell is holding a roll of papers and a house is visible in the background.

82-953-7653 · Item · [ca. 1918]

Item is a postcard of St. Mary’s Polish Church with a portrait of Rev. Camillus Grzybala, in the top-right corner. The text at the top of the photograph reads, “Kościół Narodzenia N. M. P. w Whitney, Pier, N.S.” The text at the bottom of the photograph reads, “Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Polish R. C. Church, Whitney Pier, N.S. Canada.”

82-955-7655 · Item · 1935

Item is a photograph of Polish float in Sydney’s 150th anniversary parade, taken in 1935. The float features fifteen girls, with one as a Polish queen and the rest as her attendants. The queen is identified as Jennie Kieć. The bottom row is identified, from left to right, as Mary Wludyka, Minnie Paruch, Louise Kiec, and Sophie Borak. The second row is identified, from left to right, as Mary Gniewek, Julia Gniewek, Annie Ardelli, Francis Zagorski, Sophie Blazy, and Elsie Gniewek. The third row is identified, from left to right, as Helen Kokoska, Mary Durkacz, Mary Kokoska, and Mary Miecznik.

Ukrainian Hall
83-6405-13705 · Item · 1983

Item is a photograph of the Ukrainian Hall on West Street in Whitney Pier, taken in 1983.

84-157-14257 · Item · May 1959

Item is a photograph of a procession of Ukrainian clergy, taken in May 1959.

Pysanky
84-163-14263 · Item · 1965

Item is a photograph of children being instructed in painting Ukrainian Easter eggs (pysanky) at the Ukrainian Hall in Whitney Pier, taken in 1965. Identified in the photograph are: Michael O'Jolick, Catherine Sawka, Ann Hawrylak, Natalie Pronko, William Melnyk, Denise Mahalik.

Abbass Studios Ltd.
Ann Terry MacLellan
87-106-16636 · Item · ca. 1960

Item is a photograph of CJCB Radio announcer, Ann Terry, at the Vogue Theatre Lobby

Sydney
87-873-17303 · Item · ca. 1920

Item is a postcard of a scene near Sydney, Nova Scotia.

Moxham's Castle Hospital
87-960-17490 · Item · ca. 1918

Item is a photograph of the interior of Moxham Castle and its staff during its time as a hospital during the First World War. Officers, nurses, and others are assembled in chairs on the floor, the stairs, the landing, and the second floor. The exact date and identities of those pictured are unknown.

Heavy Rolls Mills, SYSCO
90-1051-20483 · Item · ca. 1970

Item is a photograph of SYSCO heavy rolls mills, showing an ingot being lowered by crane into a soaking pit in the blooming mill. Ingots were "soaked" with heat in the pits until they reached a uniform temperature inside and out.

Nova Scotia Information Service
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-218-19650 · Item · 1963

Item is a photograph of heavy rolls mills, showing the stockyard area with a crane lifting a sling of inch and three quarter billets. Approximately 30 feet long and weighing about 300 pounds each, billets were stored here along with blooms and ingots.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-219-19651 · Item · 1963

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills, showing the stockyard where billets, ingots, and blooms were stored. A CN car stands ready to transport rails, and other steel products could be moved by company rail cars down to the docks for shipping.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-220-19652 · Item · 1963

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills, showing the stockyard area were billets, ingots, and blooms were stored. Here, the crane is lifting a sling of billets. Figure unidentified.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-301-19733 · Item · 1964

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills operations, showing the blooming mill pulpit. Manipulator, left, is Frank Irden, with roller George Wainwright, right. The roller rolls the bloom down to section size; the manipulator operates the equipment that turns the bloom.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-311-19743 · Item · 1956

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills operations, showing rails being loaded into the Mackie cooling tanks.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-317-19749 · Item · ca. 1960

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills operations, showing a group of visitors in the blooming mill pulpit; main rolls are beneath pulpit.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-331-19763 · Item · 1964

Item is a photograph of heavy rolls mills operations, showing a bloom coming through the main rolls at the blooming mill, heading south toward the big shears where it will be cropped before it goes to the rail mill.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-371-19803 · Item · 1965

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills operations, showing a mound of tie plates in the tie plate mill. Tie plates are the metal pieces placed under a rail when it's laid on a wooden tie.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-372-19804 · Item · 1965

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills operations, showing an unidentified inspector gauging a tie plate to determine if the holes are correctly spaced. Different sections have various spacings for their spike holes.

Abbass, John
Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-373-19805 · Item · 1965

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills operations, showing the tie plate mill, with workers pushing a solid piece of steel through a machine that stamped plated out. This required tremendous manual labour on the part of the employees.

Heavy Rolls Mills, DOSCO
90-446-19878 · Item · 1963

Item is a photograph of DOSCO heavy rolls mills, showing an ingot carried by "buggy" approaching the main rolls in the blooming mill. Ingot is glowing with heat and has just been removed from the soaking pits.

Abbass, John
Sydney (south end)
91-561-22522 · Item · [ca. 1912]

Item is a panoramic photograph of Sydney taken from Hardwood Hill.

Dodge, H. O.
Sydney Steel Plant
91-563-22524 · Item · [ca. 1912]

Item is a panoramic photograph of the Sydney Steel Plant taken from Muggah's Creek.

Dodge, H. O.
Funeral of Joze Markotic
91-795-22756 · Item · 1946

Item is a photograph of the funeral of Joze Markotic, taken 15 November 1946. The text at the bottom reads, “Uspomena – Joze Markotic, UMRA, Nov 15, 1946, u Sydney, Nova Scotia Canada.”

91-796-22757 · Item · [after 1935]

Item is a studio portrait of the Croatian Tamburitza Orchestra in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Members, from left to right, are Joe Yalinaich (or Joe Yelovich), Tom Granich (Tom Granaich), Stanley Mayaich, Frank Markotich, John Markotich, Peter Yelonaich, and John Markotich (or John Mayich).

91-797-22758 · Item · [Between 1951 and 1954]

Item is a photograph of members of Hrvatska seljačka stranka (HSS; a.k.a. the Croatian Peasant Party), Branch 28 posing around a dining room table during a meeting. Two girls hold up a banner which reads, “Ogranak 28 H.S.S. - Dr. Bariša Smoljan - Osnovan, 1938, u Sydney, N.S. Canada.”

Back row, left to right: Andre Zubac; Joe Yelovich; Nick Martic; Jaba Brkich; Louie Petrushka; Stanko Markotich; Jack Dzaich; Maryan Dugandzic (Marina Dugandzich); Joe Sevo; and Nick Simac.

Front row, left to right: Eva Yelovich (Eva Yellanich); Mrs. [?] Yelovich; Jaka Markotich; Blanche Markotich; Jurka Mayich; Kris Mayich; Annie Yelovich and Bessie Yelovich.