Item is a photograph of troops of the 94th Regiment at arms in front of Marconi Station. Dozens of troops are lined along a path with an officer standing at the right end. There are multiple buildings visible in the background.
Item is a photograph of troops of the 94th Regiment at arms in front of Marconi Station. Dozens of troops and officers are lined in rows in front of a large house, some sitting and some standing.
The band leading the parade which celebrated the 60th anniversary of the confederation of Canada, as people crowd the streets to watch. Taking place on July 1, 1927. At this time Canada Day was formerly known as "Dominion Day".
The absence of the parade, but a photograph of the banner that highlighted the 60th anniversary of confederation. People gather at the side of the road as a car drives through.
Item is a photograph of the Redmond family and Paruch family at a summer cottage. Pictured left to right: Richard Paruch, Johnny Paruch, Noreen Redmond, Annie Tynski Redmond, Jimmie Redmond, and John J. Paruch.
Item is a photograph of students receiving some fresh air during the school day.Kelly, C. W.
Item consists of a painting of the Coal Wash Plant at Old Sydney Collieries in Sydney Mines. The painting features the coal preparation site with a man and dog sitting in the foreground.Astephen, Georgina Schima
Item is a photograph of a group of approximately twenty men in North Sydney; several men are in uniform and there is a dog in the foreground.
Item is a photograph of the first draeger crew formed in North America; the crew was formed at the No. 2 and No. 9 collieries, Glace Bay.
Front row: John Joe MacNeil, Mr. Fergie, Norman MacKenzie. Middle row: Dan "Storey" MacDonald, Joe Campbell, Thomas Turner, James MacMahon, Unknown, Roddie "Heenan" MacDonald, Matt MacAdam, Dan MacGillivary, Gilbert Darroch, Alex T. MacNeil, Mick Steele.
Back row: Harry Miller, Vannie Nicholson, John MacLean, John Robinson, Dan W. "Kink" McDonald, Unknown, Unknown Evan Prothero, Unknown.
Item is a photograph by C.W. Kelly Studio of the fifteenth year reunion of the Christ Church Boy Scouts (1915-1930).Kelly, C. W.
Item is a photograph of the printing equipment for the Port Hawkesbury Bulletin. Identified from left to right are L. Ernest Philpott, C. Kate McLeod and Ernest Williams.
Item is a photograph of a view of the ruins left by the Great Fire on the west side of Bentinck Street from Wentworth to Prince. The fire that started in a Charlotte Street shop would destroy 67 buildings, leave 31 families homeless, and cause over $500,000 in damage. The Robert Ingraham House, Dillon Dwelling, Woodill House, Rudderham House, and the Conway Building (now Ingersall Road) were all destroyed in the fire. However, the building seen on the left hand side of the photograph is still standing today, as well as the Khattar home and Khattar Law Offices.Kelly and Dodge
Item is a photograph of the dredging of St. Peter's Canal by the dredger, the Geo. McKenzie, in 1890.
Items are photographs and a postcard of the aftermath of a snowstorm in Sydney Mines. The trees are heavy with ice and snow and the snowbanks tower over the street.
Item is a photograph of the North Sydney town band with instruments on St Patrick's Day, 1897. There are approximately forty individuals, all male, outside of the North Sydney Post Office.
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.
Item is a photograph of new members from Mexico being inducted into the Cape Breton Rail Rolling and Lobster Eating Society by President Clement M. Anson at Kennington Cove.
Item is a photograph of the participants in a meeting to discuss coordinated contract negotiations for Dosco locals in Maritimes during Local Union 1064 conciliation proceedings.
Back row: Eamon Park (National Office technical staff), Martin Merner (Member 1064 executive), Bob McNaughton (President Local 1231, Trenton, N.S.), Ben O'Neil (Member 1064 executive), Dan MacKay (Member 1064 executive), name unknown (Financial Consultant during contact negotiations), Cleve Kidd (Director Research Dept. National Office), and Ted Joliffe (Legal Advisor, Toronto).
Front row: M.E. Corbett (President 1064), Walter Codiac (Member 1064 executive), Alphonso Murray (Fin. Secretary, Local 1231, Trenton, N.S.), Clarence MacInnis (Fin. Secretary, Local 1064), Charles Millard (Can National Director U.S.W.A.), E.P. Pledge (Member executive 1064), James Nicholson (#5 District Director).
Item is a photograph of Fraser, the last of the No. 1-B pit ponies. Fraser spent more of his life-time at the service of the coal company than any other horse in the company's history. He is shown here on the occasion of his retirement.Shedden, Leslie
Item is a photograph of pit horses on vacation during the miners' vacation at no. 20 colliery. The only time the pit ponies were brought to the surface was during the miners' three week vacation period. The vacation period was also used to maintain the mines.Shedden, Leslie
Item is a photograph of Beinn Bhreagh, the home of Alexander Graham Bell.
Item is a photograph of the C. and S. Swann Locomotive which was built at Sydney Mines for the General Mining Association. It was built under the direction of engineer John Elliot.
Item is a photograph of streetcars in Reserve Mines. There are three streetcars and a station. In front of a streetcar are several men in uniform.
Item is a photograph of women and children riding on the first Sydney Bus from the Sydney Bus Company. The bus was operated by Tom MacGowan.
Item is an aerial photograph of Campbell's Road, North Sydney.
Item is a photograph of a convoy in Sydney Harbour during the WWI, taken from the coal piers. At least two ships are visible in the harbour.
Item is a photograph of Moxham Castle in Sydney from the souvenir album "Souvenir of Cape Breton."
Item is a photograph of the Marconi Wireless Signal Station in Glace Bay from the souvenir album "Nova Scotia."
Item is a photograph of the #26 locomotive of the old Sydney Collieries railway used for pushing coal on High Pier. Four men pose in front of the engine, P. H. Hall, Engineer; Mike MacInnis, Conductor; Cliff MacLean, Fireman; and Duncan Whalen, Brakeman.
Item is a photograph of Sydney Harbour from the Moxham's residence from the souvenir album "Nova Scotia."
Item is a photograph of Indian Beach, North Sydney. There is a horse and buggy on the road bordering the beach and many military tents are set up on the beach itself.
Item is a photograph of Mrs. Beryl Markham in the Lewis home in Louisbourg after her flight. Markham was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic in her Vega Gull, The Messenger. She was forced to make an early landing at Baleine, Cape Breton, due to bad weather. Her destination was New York, which she made after staying in Louisbourg for a weekend.
Caption: "1. Photo of Mrs. Beryl Markham taken in the Lewis home in Louisbourg, where she spent the weekend after her historic flight."
Item is a photograph of the Cape Breton County Council.
Front row, sitting left to right: Henry LeCras, County Treasurer; Neil Morrison, Dist. No. 21, Loch Lomond; Donald MacLean, Dist. No. 6, s. East Bay; Wallace Richardson, Dist. No. 1, South Bar (later Mayor of Sydney); William Buchanan, High Sheriff; Duncan M. Gillis, Dist. No. 17, Grand Mira; Charles J. Logue, Court Crier.
Middle row, standing left to right: Robert Jackson, Dist. No. 2, Ball's Creek; Alexander MacDonald, County Constable; Joseph A. Gillies, K.C., County Solicitor; Henry C.V. LeVatte, Dist. No. 6, Louisbourg; Joseph H. MacKinnon, Dist. No. 9, Boisdale; Donald McDougall, Dist. No. 5, Main-a-dieu; Norman H. McNeil, Dist. No. 3, Hillside, Mira; John A. MacDougall, Dist. No. 14, Grand Narrows; Alexander Campbell, Dist. No. 18, Shipyard; Donald Morrison, Dist. No. 15, Catalone; Angus MacDougall, Dist. No. 16, Trout Brook; Robert Anderson, Dist. No. 12, Port Morien; James Ratchford, Dist. No. 2, Low Point & Lingan; John MacDougall, County Clerk.
Back row, standing from left to right: John Hardy, Dist. No. 7, Gabarus; John MacCormack, Dist. No. 4, Little Bras d'Or & Sydney Mines; Murdock MacKenzie, Dist. No. 10, Boularderie; Henry MacDonald, Dist. No. 11, Little Glace Bay & Bridgeport; Angus Curry, Dist. No. 19, N.S. East Bay; Michael E. Gillis, Dist. No. 13, Irish Cove.
Item is a photograph of sea plans at Indian Beach in North Sydney, during WWI.
Item is a photograph of the cast of Cotter's Saturday Night, a radio program broadcast from Sydney in the 1930s.
Pictured in the back row, from left to right: Mrs. McKimmie, Malcolm R. MacLeod, Prof. Bernie McIntosh, Bleddyn Davies, M.J. Ballah, Mrs. Bleddyn Davies, and Hazel Matheson. Pictured in the front row, from left to right: John MacNeil, Mrs. C.D. Buck, Tena Campbell, Mabel (Noland) Kelleher, Bob Wright, George MacDonald, and Sandy MacLean.
Photograph was taken at the “Cromarty” estate built by John Kenneth Levison "Jack" Ross ca. 1905. It was located on Kings Road in Sydney.Dodge, H. O.
Item is a composite photograph of the first convoy during World War I in Sydney Harbour. More than 20 ships are visible in addition to buildings along the shore.