Item 77-1013-1147 - Coffins by Chebucto Road School, Halifax Catastrophe

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Coffins by Chebucto Road School, Halifax Catastrophe

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  • ca. 1918 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w ; 16.5cm x 11cm

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Item is a photograph of the aftermath of the Halifax Explosion of 1917. This picture shows coffins piled up in front of Chebucto Road School at the funeral of nearly 100 unidentified dead.

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Photograph and photo album were donated to the Beaton Institute Archives by Dorothy Rigby.

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