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. […]
StFX University Chapel, 1951. Courtesy of Nova Scotia Public Archives.
Fishing Schooners out of Ballantynes Cove. Photographer: W. R. MacAskill. Courtesy of Nova Scotia Archives, NSARM accession, no. 1987-453, no. 1329.
Main Street, Merrimac House on left , St. James (Presbyterian) Church in the background, c 1910. Photography: Notman Studios. Courtesy of Nova Scotia Archives, Accession No. 1983-310 number 68408/Negative: N-4820. The Notman Studio photographs in the Nova Scotia Archives cover the period ca. 1869 to ca. 1920, and include photo portraits, Halifax streets, buildings and […]
St. James United Church (formerly St. James Presbyterian), from The Chronicle Herald, no. 17, 1955, p. 3. Courtesy of Nova Scotia Archives. NS Bureau of Information, No. 3944.