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Bras d'Or House, Baddeck
CA BI 78-720-2470 · Item · ca. 1880

Item is a photograph of Bras d'Or House, Baddeck, taken by photograph Theodore Keisel on his visit to Alexander Graham Bell.

Keisel, Theodore
Baddeck
CA BI 78-725-2475 · Item · ca. 1880

Item is a photograph of a view of the town and harbour of Baddeck from the balcony of Bras d'Or House.

Keisel, Theodore
Bras d'Or House, Baddeck
CA BI 77-205-339 · Item · ca. 1890

Item is a photograph of the original Bras d'Or House in Baddeck. The original house was destroyed by a fire in 1894 then rebuilt in 1896. The property was owned and operated by Alex Anderson, then by Jack MacKenzie and later by Alton Langille. Finally the building was made in apartments.

CA BI 77-207-341 · Item · ca. 1898

Item is a photograph of "Millionaire" MacNeil's house, later known as the Inverary Inn. The home was constructed by Neil MacNeil.

Beinn Bhreagh
CA BI 80-514-4694 · Item · 1911

Item is a photographic postcard of Beinn Bhreagh, the summer residence of Alexander Graham Bell.

MacIsaac House
CA BI 78-141-1891 · Item · ca. 1920

Item is a photograph of the MacIsaac house in Schooner Pond.

CA BI 78-203-1953 · Item · ca. 1926

Item is a photograph of Mrs. Johnstone, Ethel Johnstone, a friend and a dog in front of L.W. Johnstone's house in North Sydney.

Brick Row, Sydney Mines
CA BI 77-385-519 · Item · 1971

Item is a photograph of brick row, one of several coal miners' tenements in Sydney Mines, built by the General Mining Association. This was the only tenement still standing in 1977.

CA BI 84-1459-15559 · Item · 1983

Item is a photograph looking down the street at various houses and vehicles.

CA BI 84-1448-15548 · Item · 1983

Item is a photograph of various vehicles used during the production of "The Bay Boy."

Ingonish
CA BI 82-1174-7874 · Item · n.d.

Item is a photograph of houses in Ingonish.