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Item : 2021-034.154 - Collins - Emily Aida w grandchildren

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Collins - Emily Aida w grandchildren

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  • Statements of responsibility: From the collection of Richard and Eleanor Collins
  • Source of title proper: Title taken from collector/curator's digital file title.

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AM1688-S1-F5-: 2021-034.154

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  • Sept. 20, 1944 (Reproduced 2021) (Photography)
    Yucho Chow Studio

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1 photograph : raster image (image/tiff) ; 4214x5963 pixels (72 MiB)

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Collector/curator's description reads: “September 20, 1944, Vancouver (518 Main Street). Photo of British-born Emily Aida Collins and her grandchildren. Photo L to R: Charlotte Collins, Richard Collins, Grandmother Emily Collins, Judith Collins (on her knee), Charlotte Collins and Berniece Collins. It was the occasion of Ricky's Collins' second birthday. Note: Grandmother Emily Aida Cripps Wilson Collins, emigrated from Britain just prior to WW1 with first husband Mr. Willson. He died at the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Emily stayed in Vancouver and later married the West Indian-Jamaica immigrant Charles Collins,who had a roofing and tar business. They had four bi-racial sons (Frank, Fred, Dick and Dave) and the children in the photo are the offspring of her sons.”

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Use is restricted to research, private study and educational purposes based on donor agreement. Reproduction for exhibition, publication or commercial use requires permission from the family or organization that donated the photograph. Please see archivist for details.

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