• Photograph - Collapsed Falls View Bridge, 1938

      A photograph of the Falls view Bridge after it collapsed in January 1938.
    • Photograph - HMCS Hamilton

      A photograph of the HMCS Hamilton Town Class Destroyer during World War II.
    • Photograph - Jimmie and Sanford Manson

      A photograph of two young boys. The reverse of the photograph reads "Jimmie Manson and Sanford Manson". The photograph was taken by Townend in Almonte, Ontario.
    • Photograph - Jimmie Manson

      A photograph of "Jimmie Manson" (written on reverse of photo).
    • Photograph - Manson Family, 1893

      A photograph of the Manson family. The reverse of the photograph lists the individuals: "Sanford Manson in the light suit, age 18 years. Mr. And Mrs. A. Manson and Family. Back row left to right: Sanford 18, Minnie 13 (Affleck), Jimmie 21, William 29, Front Row: Agnes Penman (Half sister of Archie), Archie Manson 62, Beatrice Manson (Penman) 55, Jane C. Manson 25."
    • Photograph - Orville Manson, 1919

      A photograph of Orville Manson approximately 4 years old.
    • Photograph Album 1936-1944

      Photograph album, 1936-1944, n.d. Contains 92 black and white photographs of Jim Manson, Audrey Weeks, as well as their friends and family. Some photographs feature men in uniform who served during World War II, including Sergeant Rae Joseph Dunn, Lance Corporal Reginald Weeks and Earl Upper, with related news clippings
    • Photograph album, 1943-1948

      Manson, Orville (Jimmy) (1940s)
      Contains 413 black and white photographs. The album contains family photos of Jim and Audrey Manson, as well as photos of Jim Manson’s service with the Navy during World War II. Naval photographs include Jim Manson in uniform before leaving for duty in 1943, as well as photographs of ships, including H.M.C.S. Hamilton, H.M.C.S. Frontenac, H.M.C.S. Kapuskaping, H.M.C.S. Assinaboine, and H.M.C.S. Matapedia (including a photograph of the ship’s crew). Some photographs capture naval action, such as a sinking U-boat after ramming, fighting fire aboard Destroyer caused by enemy shelling, and the burial at sea of a Canadian Sailor. Interior photographs of ships, as well as crew members, are also included. Also contains some photographs of U.S. Destroyers and Aircraft Carriers and a Royal Navy Destroyer in Halifax Harbour during the Quebec City conference attended by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill. Other military photographs include a United States Navy Coastal Patrol Blimp off New York, the U.S.S. Texas entering New York after D-Day landings, and depth charges exploding astern.
    • Photographs - Aboard the "Assiniboine" & Burial at Sea of a Canadian Sailor Lost in Action

      Two photographs, the first is captioned "Fighting a fire aboard the 'Assiniboine' caused by enemy shelling", the second caption reads "Burial at sea of a Canadian Sailor lost in the Action".
    • Postcard - Sanford Manson

      Tower Studio in Montgomery Ward & Co. (n.d.)
      A postcard with a photograph of Sanford Manson beside an illustration of Montgomery Ward and Co. Tower. The front of the postcard reads "Souvenir of Chicago", "I have been up here", "Excepting the Washington Monument and the Cologne Cathedral; the highest structure in the World.", "Taken at Montgomery Ward and Co. Tower, The Highest Studio in the World."