Item 1994-1 170 - OMBS faculty and students, 1945

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CA MAO 1994-1 170


OMBS faculty and students, 1945


  • 1945 (Creation)

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photograph : 48x16.5

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Born in Manchester, England, Denton began his photography career at age 16. He traveled around the world,and established a photography business in New Zealand in the early 1900s. It is believed that Ernest and his brother Samuel established Denton Brothers Photography in Berlin (Kitchener) in 1913. He owned one of the first panoramic cameras in Canada. From 1924-1925, he ran a studio, Denton & Gifford, in partnership with another photographer. Following this venture, he ran a studio on his own.

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Group photo of OMBS faculty & students, 1945. One copy of photo. See Mennonite Archives of Ontario photograph 2015_1_30 for photograph of the photographer in position to take this photograph.

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Price: 5.00
Megapixels: 3.4
Resolution: 3365x1000

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