Nemetz family fonds

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Object id: 
L.22551

B&W print depicts a group of unidentified children posing in a yard holding balloons and wearing party hats.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22550

B&W print depicts an unidentified woman standing on a beach wearing a bathing suit and holding a parasol. The image was most likely taken at English Bay.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22549

B&W print depicts an unidentified man and woman sitting on a chair in the yard of a house and the house can be seen in the background.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22548

B&W print depicts a four unidentified women posing for the camera in the yard of a house which is seen in the background.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22547

B&W print depicts a group of unidentified people sitting on a fence with water and a mountain in the distance.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22546

B&W print depicts two men sitting on grass. The man on the left is likely Ben Dayson while the unidentified man on the right is holding a glass bottle. There is a park bench on the left side of the image.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22545

B&W print depicts Ben Dayson with an unidentified child sitting on his shoulder. They are on a beach with a water and a dock in the background. On the verso is written: 'Ben Dayson ? in Watrous.'

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22544

B&W print depicts Charlotte Anne holding a fishing rod standing on a rock in the San Gabriel Canyon. On the verso is written: 'Charlotte Anne Fishing in San Gabriel Canyon April 1934'.

Date: 
April 1934
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22543

B&W print depicts an unidentified woman walking a dog. Written on verso (in French): 'En souvenier a la famille ? [family name undecipherable] Bien amm'eublement Fride Kireber.' Approximate translation of text is: A souvenir to the family ? Have a good move Fride Kireber.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley
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Object id: 
L.22542

B&W print depicts unidentified man and woman standing on a dock with water in the backround. The man is wearing a sweater with a Star of David on it and YJ is written in the centre of the Star of David. YJ likely stands for Young Judaea.

Date: 
[ca. 1930]
Source: 
Barnett, Shirley