British Columbia

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Object id: 
L.22563

B&W print depicts five unidentified adolescent girls posing in a wooded area on a grass path.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22562

B&W print depicts Esther Nemetz with two adolescent girls on the right side of the image posing in front of a fountain. On the left side of the image is a child and an unidentified woman.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22561

B&W print depicts two men, a woman and a child posing on the front of a car. The woman on the right side of the image is Esther Nemetz.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22560

B&W print depicts Esther Nemetz on the right with two unidentified adolescent girls posing underneath a parasol that they are all holding.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22559

B&W print depicts Dora Nesbit on the left with two unidenfied adolescent girls and Esther Nemetz on the far right posing on a picnic bench.  On the verso is written: Dora Nesbit, ?, ?, Esther Nemetz

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22558

B&W print depicts Esther Nemetz on the right and an unidentified woman on the left standing amongst trees.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22557

B&W print depicts an unidentified woman and adolescent boy hugging.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22556

B&W print depicts three unidentifed woman sitting on rocks in a garden.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22555

B&W print depicts a group of people posing in a field. The woman and man on the left are Esther and Ben Dayson. Two of the women are dressed warmly in hats and coats.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22554

B&W print depicts a group of four unidentified adolescent girls posing on a wooden walkway. The girl standing on the left is Esther Nemetz.

Date: 
May 6, 1928
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley