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Photographs

Displayed below is a list of images held within the Whitehern Museum Archives site.
Please click on a link to view the full sized image.
Hold the mouse cursor over an image for a description.
These images are keyword-searchable from the Search page.

Unknown people
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fourpeople.jpg
G. H. Southam
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ghsoutham.jpg
German Ambassador Group to Canada
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germanambas.jpg
Thomas Baker McQuesten, MPP
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hatthom.jpg
Isaac McQuesten's Factory In Hespeler
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hespeler2.jpg
Scottish Highlanders
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highlanders.jpg
Horses at a Ranch
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horses.jpg
Horses Feeding
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horses2.jpg
House Unknown Location
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house.jpg
A worker on the Rainbow Bridge <br> During his time as Minister of Highways, Thomas B. McQuesten initiated and completed the construction of this bridge, as well as the Ivy Lea Bridge and Blue Water Bridge.  All three are international bridges.
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rainbowbridge.jpg
A Younger Isaac McQuesten
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youngisaac.jpg
Jack Miner
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jackminer.jpg
Janie James
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janiejames.jpg
John Wilkes Booth
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jwbooth.jpg
Hilda McQuesten w/ Hat
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hildamcq.jpg
Leila Mackay
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leilamackay.jpg
Q.E.W. just after completion (constructed by Thomas B McQuesten, MPP)
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qehighway.jpg
Man camping w/ bikes
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manwbikes.jpg
Horses on the Prairies
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prairiehorses.jpg
Horses on the Prairies
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prairiehorses2.jpg


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The development of this website was directed by Mary Anderson, Ph.D. and Janelle Baldwin, M.A.
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