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Place of creation
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Scope and content
Fonds consists of: Canadian Parliament Buildings fire, 3 January 1916, Ottawa, Ontario; many Toronto views including: railway yards, harbour, passenger steamers, buildings, Duke of York visit, 1904, Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Island, markets, soldiers, streets, sports, winter activities; Sarnia, Ontario, scenes including: waterfront, vessels, railways, oil wells, fishing, sports, public transport, lumbering, Duke of Connaught visit, agriculture, automobiles, among other things; other Ontario towns including: Niagara Falls, Grand Bend, Guelph, London, St. Catherines, Ahmic Harbour, Elora, Bala, Muskoka, Inglewood, Milliken, Hamilton, Peterborough, Ottawa, Lindsay, Port Colborne, Kingston, North Bay, Oakville, Bracebridge, Burlington, among others; Indians; early aviation; industries; architectural studies; nature studies; social conditions as well as other subjects.
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Photographs: No restrictions on use. Copyright expired. Credit: name of photographer / National Archives of Canada / copy negative number.
Photographs: Book 1-3, original numerical order indexes located in 2000814791. Book 1-3 c.1 located in 2000775515. Vol. 1, alphabetical index located in 2000775515. FA-018 (Paper)
Biography / Administrative history
John Boyd (1865-1941), amateur photographer, railway official. Born Emyvale, Ireland, 1865-12-22. His family emigrated to Toronto in the late 1860s. Flourished Toronto, 1870s-1941. Boyd worked for both the Grand Trunk Railway and Canadian National Railways, which gave him opportunities for photography across Ontario. He photographed widely while on business for Grand Trunk Railway. Corresponded with George Eastman and published on technical innovation. Pioneer of Dufaycolour process, introduced in the 1930s in Canada. His news photos were widely published (e.g., Parliament Buildings fire, 1916). Died Toronto, Ont., 1941-04-14.
The John Boyd fonds held by the National Archives of Canada is comprised of over 28,000 negatives.
Works located in: Archives of Ontario, Toronto, Ont. (9912)
Exhibition(s): 1980, City Blocks, City ?1980, City Blocks, City Spaces, PAC, Ottawa (group). 1983, Private Realms of Light, PAC, Ottawa (group).
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