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Photograph of Jessie Wright 
Image  ca. 1894-1903  A photograph of the young Jessie Wright from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Charles L. Rosevear is listed as operating from 1894-1903 in Toronto, on 538 Queen St. West. Charles L Rosevear 538 Queen St West Toronto Written by pencil: Jessie Wright
Photograph of an old man 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1887-1888  A photograph of an old man from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Photographer Samuel J. Dixon is listed as operating from 1887-1888 in Toronto, on the corner of King and Yonge Streets. Dixon Cor. King & Yonge Sts. Toronto
Photograph of an old man 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1880-1900s  A photograph of an old man from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. The name of the photographer is unknown.
Photograph of a young girl 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1887-1888  A photograph of a young girl from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Photographer Samuel J. Dixon is listed as operating from 1887-1888 in Toronto, on the corner of King and Yonge Streets. Front side: Dixon Cor. King & Yonge Sts. Toronto Reverse side: Electric Light Photo...
Photograph of a woman 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1887-1888  A photograph of a woman the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Photographer Samuel J. Dixon is listed as operating from 1887-1888 in Toronto, on the corner of King and Yonge Streets. Front side: Dixon Cor. King & Yonge Sts. Toronto Reverse side: Electric Light Photo...
Photograph of a woman 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1860-1900s  A photograph of a woman from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. The name of the photographer is unknown.
Cabinet photograph of a woman 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1850-1870s  A cabinet photograph of a woman from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Eli J. Palmer is listed as operating photography business in Toronto in ca. 1850-1870s. The motto "Palmam Qui Meruit Ferat" on the reverse side of the photograph can be translated from the Latin as...
Photograph of a boy 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1890-1898  A photograph of a boy from the photo album of a Amos Wright. Photographer Herbert E. Simpson is listed as operating from 1890s in Toronto, on 41 King St. East. Herbert E. Simpson 41 King Street East Toronto Successor to late Notman & Fraser Duplicates from all of their negatives
Photograph of an unidentified girl 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1888  A photograph of an unidentified girl from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Photographer Charles J. Neil is listed as operating from ca. 1888 in Toronto, on 518 Queen St. West. C. J. Neil Artist and Photographer 518 Queen St West Toronto Every picture guaranteed
Photograph of an unidentified youth 
Image  ca. 1872-1884  A photograph of an unidentified young man from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Photographer Charles J. Neil is listed as operating in Newmarket and Bradford in 1872-1884. Reverse side: A. M. Hood! Photographer Newmarket and Bradford, Ont.
Portrait photograph of a woman 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1860-1900s  A portrait photograph of a woman from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill.
Photo of a baby boy 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1888-1896  A photograph of a baby boy. The picture was taken between 1888 and 1896, the years of operation of Charles Neil's photography business in Toronto. Front side: Chas. J. Neil, Photographer 518 Queen St. W. Toronto Every picture is guaranteed Reverse side: Chas. J. Neil "The Popular" West End...
Photograph of an elderly woman 
Image  ca. 1881-1890  A cabinet photograph of an elderly woman from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Photographer Thomas E. Perkins is listed as operating from 1881-1890 in Toronto, on 293 Yonge Street.
Memorial portraiture of a boy 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1860-1900s  A memorial portraiture of a boy. The name of the photographer is unknown. "Post-mortem photography (also known as memorial portraiture or a mourning portrait) is the practice of photographing the recently deceased. These photographs of deceased loved ones were a normal part of American and...
Photograph of a boy 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1882-1903  A photograph of a boy from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. Thompson & Son photographers is listed as operating in Toronto, on 75 King St. East from 1882-1903. Reverse side: Thompson & Son, photographers 75 King St. East, Toronto First-class work in all branches of...
Tintype of a boy 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1860-1870s  A tintype of a boy from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. "A tintype, also known as a melainotype or ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal coated with a dark lacquer or enamel." Tintypes enjoyed their widest use during the...
Tintype of a man in a buggy with a child 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1860-1870s  A tintype of a man in a buggy with a child from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. "A tintype, also known as a melainotype or ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal coated with a dark lacquer or enamel." Tintypes enjoyed their...
Photograph of a young girl 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1860-1900s  A photograph of a young girl from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill.
Tintype of a young boy 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1860-1870s  A tintype of a young boy from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. "A tintype, also known as a melainotype or ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal coated with a dark lacquer or enamel." Tintypes enjoyed their widest use during...
Tintype of a young man 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1860-1870s  A tintype of a young man from the photo album of Amos Wright, resident of Richmond Hill. "A tintype, also known as a melainotype or ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal coated with a dark lacquer or enamel." Tintypes enjoyed their widest use during...
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