Fonds C 309
58 photographs : black and white
Fonds consists of 58 photographs taken by William J. Loudon documenting life in an Ontario lumber camp, and various buildings at the University of Toronto ca. 1900-1920.
Subjects of the photographs documents the living and working conditions in an Ontario lumber camp [Phiebin's Camp?]. Photographs show: the living spaces, the shanty cook, dining at the Crow, the storeroom of a lumber camp, log drivers riding the rapids. The lumber camp is unknown, however, it is possible that it is the Phiebin Camp, in the Ottawa Valley. Many of the photographs were taken by E. Reardon (Ottawa, Ont.)
Fonds also contains photographs of various buildings at the University of Toronto, including King's College, St. Michael's College, University College, Wycliffe College and Victoria College, the old medical building, and what is currently the Science and Medicine Library. Many of the photographs show the architecture of doorways, entrances, halls and arches of some of these buildings. Also included are views of Toronto taken form the tower at University College.
William James Loudon (1860-1951) was a professor of physics and amateur photographer in Ontario.
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Title based on contents of fonds.
Accession number : 10010
To view these photographs, request C 309, box B-1305 (barcode B410625).
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