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Notman Studio, Halifax

Notman opened a studio in Halifax under the name of The Notman Studio situated at 39, George Street just below the Citadel. It was first managed by William Webb, one of the chief photographers from the Montreal studio, but in 1876 Oliver M. Hill took over the position. When William Notman died in 1891 Hill bought the business, keeping the Notman name, and carried on until his own death in 1923.

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Seated child, Halifax, NS, 1860-1870 (N-0000.184.15)

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Seated child, Halifax, NS, 1860-1870
Halifax Notman Studio
1860-1870, 19th century
N-0000.184.15

Rowing crew, Halifax, NS, 1871 (I-68911)

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Rowing crew, Halifax, NS, 1871
Halifax Notman Studio
1871, 19th century
I-68911

Funeral cortege of Sir John D. Thompson, Pleasant Street, Halifax, NS, 1895 (VIEW-7613)

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Funeral cortege of Sir John D. Thompson, Pleasant Street, Halifax, NS, 1895
Halifax Notman Studio
1895, 19th century
VIEW-7613