Mahon Bros. Limited was founded in 1873 as a dry goods and general notions business. It was located in its early days at 97-103 Barrington Street, at the corner of Prince. The Belgian Relief Committee was organized internationally in 1914 to provide relief to the people of Belgium, invaded by the Germans during World War I. The photograph includes: [back row] B. Doley, J. Gillis, R[ose] Kline; [third row] E. Anasty, A. Condon, E[laine] Hanrahan, C. Daine; [second row] A[nnie] Delany, A[manda] Nicolle, D. Hatton, D[ella] Naus[s], M[argaret] Carew, S[adie] Woodley; [first row] M[aud] Inglis, G[eorgina] Hubley.
Date: between 1914 and 1918
Reference: Joan Galloway Nova Scotia Archives 1989-222 no. 3
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