• The Home Miss Sarah Hart went to at Port Simpson in 1888 . . .  She is standing at the left, Miss Ross at right
    The Home Miss Sarah Hart went to at Port Simpson in 1888 . . . She is standing at the left, Miss Ross at right
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The Home Miss Sarah Hart went to at Port Simpson in 1888 . . .  She is standing at the left, Miss Ross at right
The Home Miss Sarah Hart went to at Port Simpson in 1888 . . .  She is standing at the left, Miss Ross at right

The Home Miss Sarah Hart went to at Port Simpson in 1888 . . . She is standing at the left, Miss Ross at right
United Church of Canada Pacific Mountain Region Archives

1888-1893
Image > Photograph
Related School
Port Simpson (BC)
Description
Group portrait of teachers and children in front of [Crosby Girls' Home?]
Curatorial Comment
The first Crosby Girls' Home, residents, and staff. The building had originally served as the mission house, where in 1875, Emma Crosby started inviting girls to live with her and her family and instructing them in the running of a “well-ordered Christian home.” This portrait was likely taken before the Crosby Boys' Home was built, and before the Girls' Home was replaced by a new structure in 1892.

Themes

People > Students (themes)

More Information

Repository Object Identifier
BCCA 2-980
Commission Object Identifier
38f-c000141-d0001-001
Extent and Medium

1 photograph : b&w ; 8.5 x 14.5 cm

Notes
"Miss Hart at Home, 1888-1893"
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
Copyright status: public domain
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