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[Album: Photographs, L.D.T.]

File consists of photographs assembled in an album by L.D. Taylor. Includes photographs relating to Taylor's personal life, including photographs of himself, Annie and Ted Taylor while living in Fairview and photographs of family and friends, as well as photographs of Taylor's fishing expeditions and his 1929 world tour. File also includes photographs relating to Taylor's public life, including a 1915 portrait of himself with two aldermen, visits of state, community events, the 1926 Vancouver Board of Trade tour of the Southern interior of British Columbia, a 1928 trip to Edmonton, and his participation in the Cleveland Water Commission

[Photographs of L.D. Taylor's world tour]

File consists of photographs taken during Taylor's world tour, and includes photographs taken in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Manila, India and Victoria B.C. There are notations by Taylor on the verso of a few prints, but the majority of images are unidentified.

[World tour photographs]

File consists of photographs taken during L.D. Taylor's world tour in 1929. Includes photographs taken in Columbo, Sri Lanka; Penang, Malaysia; Singapore; and Manila, Philippines. Photograph subjects include L.D., harbours, ships, laborers, buildings, local people and fellow tourists.
Duplicate copies of some photographs found in the file [Photographs of L.D. Taylor's world tour] were removed from the file.

Taylor family, Louis Denison

Spring 1920...street set on new Metro lot, Hollywood

Caption on the verso of the print reads: "Left to right: Carl Wilmore, Boston Post; Ted Taylor, Metro news director; Herbert Howe, representative Picture Play; Antonio Moreno, Vitagraph serial star; Alice Lake, Screen Classic featured player; Howard Strickling, Metro news department; and S.F. Jacobs, London Picture Show. The scene is the New York street at the Metro studio."

[Mary May Beaton]

Head and shoulders studio portrait, tentatively identified by Ted Taylor as Mary May Beaton, Octavia Beaton's daughter-in-law.

[Eve West]

Head and shoulders studio portrait. Inscribed on the verso: "Ted - This is a copy of a larger one taken when I was working with Carmel Playhouse last summer. In return for the good one of you! Mrs. Eve."

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