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Roper, Alfred Walter

Besides being a bank manager, Alfred Walter Roper (1869-1955) was also an amateur photographer. He captured the daily life of his family, first in Cobourg, Ontario, where he was born, and later in Montreal, where he settled. His photographs show pictures of street scenes, buildings and landscapes in Montreal, Quebec City and the Eastern Townships, as well as of family life. Mr. Roper's son donated the family's photograph collection to the McCord Museum.

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Christmas gathering, 254 Olivier Ave., Westmount, QC, 1899 (MP-1977.76.99)

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Christmas gathering, 254 Olivier Ave., Westmount, QC, 1899
Alfred Walter Roper
1899, 20th century
MP-1977.76.99

Lord Brassy's sailing ship "Sunbeam", Montreal harbour, QC, 1903 (MP-1977.76.125)

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Lord Brassy's sailing ship "Sunbeam", Montreal harbour, QC, 1903
Alfred Walter Roper
1903, 20th century
MP-1977.76.125

Herbert Vennor Roper "The Tough", 254 Olivier Ave., Westmount, QC, 1902 (MP-1977.76.114)

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Herbert Vennor Roper "The Tough", 254 Olivier Ave., Westmount, QC, 1902
Alfred Walter Roper
1901, 20th century
MP-1977.76.114