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Bob Brooks' Photographic Portrait of Africville in the 1960s

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Two Africville children, with Seaview African United Baptist Church and houses behind it in the distance

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16


Halifax city dump with Seaview African United Baptist Church and Africville houses in the background

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16


Africville houses in autumn, photographed from edge of Halifax city dump

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16


View of Bedford Basin from Africville

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16


Canadian National freight train passing through Africville

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 5 image 8


Rear view of Seaview African United Baptist Church, with Africville houses and laundry flapping in the breeze in the foreground

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 5 image 16


View overlooking the back of Seaview African United Baptist Church, Africville

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 4 image 19


Boys crossing railroad tracks towards Seaview African United Baptist Church, Africville

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 5 image 36


Africville houses on either side of a hillside lane, seen from the opposite side of the railroad tracks

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 4 image 29


Distant view of Acadian Lines bus passing through Africville

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 5 image 18


About 15 Africville houses, with a well and nearby sign reading, "Please boil this water before drinking and cooking"

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 6 image 31


Boys beside Canadian National railcar, Africville, with "Please boil this water before drinking and cooking" sign in foreground

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 18 image 37


Two boys lifting the cover of a well, Africville, with nearby sign reading, "Please boil this water before drinking and cooking"

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 4 image 33


Another of Africville's wells with a sign reading, "Please boil this water before drinking and cooking"

Date: ca. 1965

Reference: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives 1989-468 vol. 16

Negative no.: sheet 4 image 8


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