St. Martha’s Hospital Patient Room, circa 1930. Courtesy of Dalhousie University Archives, Waldren Studios Collection, 300-022. Restoration: Jeff Parker
St. Martha’s School of Nursing, Anatomy lesson, c 1930s. Courtesy of Dalhousie University Archives, Waldren Studios Collection, 300-086. Restoration: Jeff Parker.
St. Martha’s Hospital, Operating Room, 1930s, L-R: Dr. J. L. MacIsaac, Sr. Delorosa (giving anaesthetic), Dr. Philip Neri, Dr. W. F. MacKinnon, two nurses unidentified. Restoration: Jeff Parker Perhaps a photo staged for instruction purposes, rather than an operation in progress?
Alex MacLean, grandson of Gaelic poet John MacLean at his tombstone, Glen Bard cemetery, Antigonish County, c 1930. Photographer: Clara Dennis. Courtesy of Nova Scotia Archives, Dennis Collection NSARM 200801948 Clara Dennis (1881-1958) was one of Nova Scotia’s first native-born travel writers, and the first women to write about Nova Scotia from a personal perspective. […]
George & Molly Wong, 1930s. Courtesy of Waldren Studios Collection, Dalhousie University Archives. Restoration: Joe Fraser.
Nora Bateson Bookmobile for PEI Library Demonstration, 1933. Courtesy of Beaton Institute #83-6197-13497 http://www.edu.pe.ca/paro/exhibits/display.asp?libraryhistory.1.6 In the original Imagine Antigonish collection launched in 2014. this photo of the bookmobile was incorrectly attributed to an initiative of Fr. Jimmy Tompkins and the Antigonish Movement when he was the parish priest in Reserve Mines. Sue Adams, who has […]
Cape Breton bound, c 1930. Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald
Sister Mary Gilbert (Ernewein) (b. 1907) kitchen supervisor at St. Martha’s Hospital, c 1930. Courtesy of Dalhousie Archives, Waldren Studios Collection, Box 300-89. Restoration: Jeff Parker.
Simon Albert Vincent on left , other men possibly his Rennie neighbours, c 1930s. Courtesy of PomquetHéritage.
Willie Wong, Church Street, 1930s. Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Association. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald