Les archives photographiques Notmam du Musée McCord

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Title
Les archives photographiques Notmam du Musée McCord
Abstract
The Scottish-born William Notman (1826-1891) set up his photography studio in Montreal in 1856, just seventeen years after the discovery of the photographic process. Notman, his sons and their employees undertook a photographic record of the daily life of Montreal during the second half of the nineteenth century. This photographic record is now in McGill University’s McCord Museum archives.
Publication
Fontanus
Volume
Vol. 7
Pages
127-147
Date
1994
Language
fr
Citation
Syrek, Barbara M. “Les archives photographiques Notmam du Musée McCord.” Fontanus Vol. 7 (1994): 127–147.
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