II-222292.0 | Russell Notman & friend in canoe, copied in 1917

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Russell Notman & friend in canoe, copied in 1917
Anonyme - Anonymous
1917, 20th century
Silver salts on glass - Gelatin dry plate process
20 x 25 cm
Purchase from Associated Screen News Ltd.
© McCord Museum
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William Russell Notman (1890-1916) and his brothers were grandchildren of William Notman, founder of the William Notman photographic studio in Montreal. William Russell was the eldest son of William McFarlane Notman (1857-1913), the second child of William Notman.

William Russell had two brothers, Wilfred McKenzie (1892-1916) and Keith Claxton (1893-1985). As a soldier in the First World War, William Russell was fatally wounded in the Battle of the Somme and died October 25, 1916. He was 26 years old and had never married. Barely four months earlier, William Russell's younger brother Wilfred had been killed in action during the Battle of Ypres.