Sepia paper photograph from the early 20th century pasted on period brown cardboard.
The photo with the Canadian winter décor depicts a notable (businessman, bourgeois) wearing a ball hat and an overcoat with an alpaca collar
Directed by Topley Studio. Ottawa.
William James Topley (February 13, 1845-November 16, 1930) was a prolific Canadian photographer based in Ottawa, Ontario. Topley was noted for his portrayal of Canadian politicians and was a business partner of William Notman, taking over Notman's Ottawa studio in 1872. Many of Topley's photographs are now in the Library and Archives Canada collection,
NB: The cardboard holder has the 4 corners rubbed, 2 display holes. The back of the cardboard to a ring due to water. Name of person difficult to read
Photo size: 10cm x 10cm
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