Photographs by A.E. Cornwall

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Photographs by A.E. Cornwall

Hantsport and Area, collected by B.R. Alexander

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Four Hantsport, Nova Scotia views; top right – street scene with ice cream parlour at right; bottom right – Main Street (for complete view see no. 15 above); bottom left – street scene showing Willow Bridge; top left – street scene.

Date: ca. 1895

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 16



Aunt “Jine” Masters’ house and school in the background – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1895

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 17

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Aunt “Jine” Masters’ house and school in the background – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1895

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 17



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Kings County (four-masted barque), 2225 tons, built by Ebenezer Cox at Kingsport, Nova Scotia in 1890, being stripped, caulked and re-coppered at Hobart’s Whart, Summerville, Nova Scotia

Date: May 1909

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 18



Simeon Harvie House – Reid Street – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1920

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 19

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Simeon Harvie House – Reid Street – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1920

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 19



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Kings County (four-masted barque), 2225 tons, built by Ebenezer Cox at Kingsport, Nova Scotia in 1890, being stripped, caulked and re-coppered at Hobart’s Whart, Summerville, Nova Scotia

Date: May 1909

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 20



Clemencia, last schooner build by North’s shipyard, Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1904

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 21

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Clemencia, last schooner build by North’s shipyard, Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1904

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 21



Framing unknown schooner – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1895

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 22

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Framing unknown schooner – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1895

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 22



Tug boat Avon at Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1900

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 23

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Tug boat Avon at Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1900

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 23



Margaret F. Dick before launching – four-masted schooner, Fauquier & Porter’s yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 24

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Margaret F. Dick before launching – four-masted schooner, Fauquier & Porter’s yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 24



Margaret F. Dick being launched – four-masted schooner, Fauquier & Porter’s yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 25

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Margaret F. Dick being launched – four-masted schooner, Fauquier & Porter’s yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 25



Margaret F. Dick before launching – full view of four- masted schooner, Fauquier & Porter’s yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 26

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Margaret F. Dick before launching – full view of four- masted schooner, Fauquier & Porter’s yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 26



Margaret F. Dick before launching – four-masted schooner, Fauquier & Porter’s yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 27

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Margaret F. Dick before launching – four-masted schooner, Fauquier & Porter’s yard – Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 27



Three-masted schooner being launched at McKinley’s shipyard, Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 28

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Three-masted schooner being launched at McKinley’s shipyard, Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: 1918

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 28



Three-masted schooner (E. Churchill & Sons?) shipyard, Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1900

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 29

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Three-masted schooner (E. Churchill & Sons?) shipyard, Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1900

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 29



Three-masted schooner (E. Churchill & Sons?) shipyard, Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1900

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 30

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Three-masted schooner (E. Churchill & Sons?) shipyard, Hantsport, Nova Scotia

Date: ca. 1900

Photographer: A.E. Cornwall

Reference: A.E. Cornwall  Nova Scotia Archives 1984-497 number 30



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