Fonds 80-034 - Francis J.A. Morris fonds. Additions

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Francis J.A. Morris fonds. Additions

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80-034

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  • 1869-1949 (Creation)
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    Francis J.A. Morris

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0.8 m of textual records and related materials
ca. 800 photographs (includes negatives)
ca. 700 postcards
265 glass lantern slides
79 maps

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Francis J.A. Morris (1869-1949) was born in a parsonage near the town of Crieff, in Perthshire, Scotland. Living in the country, he developed a passion for nature very early in life, and, with his brother, Charles, he enthusiastically investigated the various forms of flora and fauna in the countryside. Morris' father died when he was thirteen, and the family was forced to move to a suburb of London. There he entered Dalwich College to study the Classics and English Literature, and with his brother and a friend, continued to make excursions into the country to collect insects. Through his studies, Frank developed an interest in Darwin and the theory of evolution. Later, he continued his study of the Classics and English Literature at Balliot College, Oxford. His encounters with Wordsworth's poetry added to his own emotional feelings towards nature. In 1895, at the age of twenty-five, Frank Morris came to Canada and attended the School of Pedagogy in Toronto. There, he came under the influence of Dr. William Brodie who introduced him to Canadian natural history. In 1896, Morris joined the staff of Smith's Falls High School. There, the science teacher taught Morris some basic scientific botany and the use of identification keys. In 1899, he returned to Toronto to carry on more pedagogic study. By 1900, he had become the Classics Master at Trinity College School in Port Hope. He spent thirteen years there, during which time he married Miss Elma Walker. In 1911, he attended the University of Toronto to take a Master of Arts Degree and a Specialists Certificate in Classics. In 1913, he was appointed to the staff of the Peterborough Collegiate Institute, where he first taught Classics and later became head of the English Department. He remained in this position until ill health forced him to retire in 1936. Francis J.A. Morris died 31 December 1949.

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This fonds was in the custody of Mrs. H. Graham of Peterborough, Ontario before she donated it to the Trent University Archives.

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This addition to the fonds consists of records created by Frank Morris. The fonds is arranged into the following series: correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts; postcards of the British Isles and Canada; photographs and negatives of botanical species from field trips; glass lantern slides of flowers, fine arts, museums, and scenes of Europe; and maps, mostly of Great Britain and Ontario.

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The fonds was donated by Mrs. H. Graham of Peterborough, Ontario.

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For related records see: 80-1000.

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This fonds is an addition to 74-008.

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Box 1

Folder

  1. Letters to Mrs. Frank Morris (Elma); December 11, 1937, February 3 -December 21, 1938. Three letters from Mrs. Morris' sister-in-law from Mysore State, India. An interesting letter from the wife of a missionary in Japan describing a recent visit to England, Canada, United States and points in the East and social conditions in pre-war Japan.
  2. Letters to Mrs. Morris, January 8 - December 27, 1939. Several letters from Sydney Walker, Mrs. Morris' brother living in St. Paul, Minnesota. He has suffered a heart attack and he and his family were forced to live on welfare. He draws a bleak picture of existence under the system during the Depression.A letter date November 14, 1939, from London, England, vividly describes the reaction of the British people to the outbreak of World War II.
  3. Letters to Mrs. Morris, January 1 - December 19, 1940. More letters from St. Paul, Minnesota One letter from Kent, England, dated October 14, 1940, describing the effects of the war in that area.
  4. Letters to Mrs. Morris, January 25 - December 5, 1941. Several letters from England in war-time
  5. Letters to Mrs. Morris, January 14 - December 9, 1942. Most of the letters are from her brother, Sydney, in St. Paul, Minnesota.
  6. Letters to Mrs. Morris, January 3 - November 29, 1943; May 8, 1950; February 21, 1957; July 18, 1963; October 18, 1963.

Box 2

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  1. Letters to Frank Morris, July 12; August 3, 1931; July 25; October 23, 1932; May 8, 1933; March 24 - December 6, 1934 (five letters); November 27; December 16, 1935; March 4 - August 24, 1936; May 10 - December 10, 1937 Much on the culture and identification of orchids
  2. Letters to Frank Morris, January 3 - December 9, 1938. Typescript, Frank Morris, Wild Flower Preservation. Correspondence with Professor J.R. Dymond, Honourary Secretary- Treasurer of the Federation of Ontario Naturalists concerning the publishing of the above pamphlet.
  3. Letters to Frank Morris, February 9 - August 12, 1939. More letters on orchid culture, preservation of wild flowers and several discussing his recently published pamphlet, Our Wild Flowers
  4. Letters to Frank Morris, February 10 - December 24, 1940
  5. Letters to Frank Morris, January 22, 1941 - December 20, 1943.
  6. Letters to Frank Morris, March 16 - May 21, 1937. There are also miscellaneous letters, Jan. 13, 1927; Dec. 1, 1932; April 13, 1934; Jan. 17, 1935; May 11; Sept. 21; Nov. 7, 1936. Most of the 1937 letters concern the organization of a regional gathering of naturalists under the auspices of the Federation of Ontario Naturalists to take place at Peterborough, May 22, 1937.

Box 3

Folder

  1. Letters to Frank Morris, 1937. Includes also a letter, September 5, 1934; a letter and card, Christmas 1936.
  2. Letters to Frank Morris, January 6 - May 5, 1938
  3. Letters to Frank Morris, January 1937 - April 14, 1938. Most of the correspondence and documents concern Federation of Ontario Naturalists business. There is much material on wild flower preservation. Off-print, Millicent Todd Bingham, "Rescuing an Island," Natural History, vol. 39, 1937, no. 22, pp. 318-328.
  4. Passport for Mr. & Mrs. Morris, issued May 17, 1937. Nine field diaries and notebooks c. 1924-1939. Lecture notes, Well-Springs of Freedom
  5. Manuscript, Hours of Idleness Poems written by Frank Morris, 1899 - 1904, while he was teaching at Trinity College School, Port Hope Typescript, two copies, Day Dreams by Frank Morris, a selection of poems from the above ms.

Box 4

Folder

  1. Typescript, Frank Morris, The Life History of a Hobby Horse and Day Dreams. Copy 2 in Trent Collection TC PS 8475.07L5 Autobiographical Published in various numbers of The Canadian Entomologist Typescript, drafts of Hobby Horse, part 1, with pencilled changes in the text
  2. Typescript, drafts of The Life History of a Hobby Horse, parts 2 and 3 with pencilled changes in the text.
  3. Typescript, Wild Flower Preservation, with corrections and changes in the text
  4. Typescripts, with changes and corrections: Fern Hunting in Ontario, part 1 Outline of Modern Belief Heart and Head in Shakespeare Study W.H. Hudson: The Man

Box 5

Folder

  1. Typescripts, with changes and corrections:
    Old Wives' Tales, 2 copies
    Nine partial, unidentified papers
  2. Frank Morris, biographical material
    Manuscript, C.S. Brown, A Most Unforgettable Character, a study of Frank Morris
    Newspaper clippings
  3. Frank Morris, published works:
    Our Wild Flowers, a Plea for Protection. Toronto, 1934 Another copy in the Trent Collection, TC QK68.M6
    Man's Attitude to Nature, 5 copies
    Man's Part in Nature, 12 copies
    Algonquin Days Through Nature's Realm: A Survey of Science
  4. Frank Morris, off-prints of articles published in
    The Canadian Entomologist:
    "Beetle Haunt", December 1908
    "Some Guests at the Banquet of Blossoms", December 1909
    "Beetles Found about Foliage", April 1911
    "Chrysomelians of Ontario", November 1913, 2 copies
    "The Centenary of Kirby and Spence's" December 1915
    "Fresh Woods and Pastures New" May 1916, 2 copies
    "The Heart of a Wood-Pile" February 1918
    A poem: "A Breathing Spell" January 1919, 2 copies
    "Dog Days" March 1919
    "A Red-Letter Day" April 1918
    "Familiar Haunts" April 1920, 2 copies
    "The Life of a Hobby Horse, part 2" March 1921
    "The Life of a Hobby Horse, part 3" September 1921

    Canadian Field-Naturalist:
    Feb. 1920 "Belated Guests",
    Feb. 1924 "W.H. Hudson"
    Mar. 1924 "Nature Lovers at Jasper"
    Feb. 1926 "Gypsying through the Tonquin"
    April 1926 Edmund M. Walker, "Francis J. Morris (1869-1949)"
    July-Aug. 1950 Inscribed to "Mrs. F.J.A. Morris with the regards of Edmund M. Walker," "Fern Hunting in Ontario, part 2"
    The Naturalist (1841-1922)
    "W.H. Hudson, parts 1 & 2", "pt 3"
    The Ottawa Naturalist
    Aug. 1910 "Gleanings in Fernland"
    Dec. 1915 - Jan. 1916 "A Trip to Rondeau and Pelee"
    O.A.C. Review
    June 1923 "A Trip to Rondeau and Pelee"
    July 1923 "The Wood of Desire"
    Entomological Society
    1917 "A Comedy of Errors"
    1918 "The Life History of a Hobby Horse, part 1"
    1919 "Popular Science for the Public Library"
    Ontario Library Review
    Nov. 1922 "W.H. Hudson... the Man"
    Canadian Forum
    1922 "The Heart of Timagami"
    Rod & Gun in Canada,
    August 1924

Box 6

Folder

  1. Miscellaneous five photographs, some of Mrs. E.A. Eames Frank Morris, photograph Balliol College Record, 1931, 1932
  2. Christmas cards

NOTE: Boxes 7 and 8 contain postcards and published photographs placed in acid-free envelopes according to the fonds Morris established for them. Views of British churches are followed by scenes from the British Isles. The series ends with Canadian Views.

Box 7

Envelope

  1. 6 black and white postcard views of St. Paul's Cathedral, n.p. n.d. 3.5" x 5.5". Interior and exterior views, descriptions on reverse.
  2. 6 b&w postcard views of St. Paul's Cathedral, n.p. n.d. 3.5" x 5.5", assorted views, descriptions on reverse
  3. 9 b&w postcard views of Wells Cathedral, by Phillips City Studio, Wells, Somerset, n.d. 3.5" x 5.5" captioned; 6 b&w postcard views of Glastonbury Abbey, by Raphael Tuck & Sons, n.d. Copyright. 3.5" x 5.5", captioned; descriptions on reverse.
  4. 11 "Pictorial Postcards reproduced in Photogravure" of Tinturn Abbey, by the Rembrandt Intaglio Printing Co. Ltd., London, n.d. b&w, 3.5" x 5.5", numbered and captioned. #'s 1 - 12 (#1 missing)
  5. 4 postcard views of Monmouth (by Kingsway) Chepstow, and Tinturn Abbey (by Judge's) n.d. 3.5" x 5.5" b&w, numbered and captioned.
  6. 12 b&w postcard views of St. Nicholas Priory, Exeter, n.p. n.d. 3.5" x 5.5", captioned
  7. 17 b&w postcard views of Gloucester Cathedral by "Pelham" (9) and Judge's Ltd. Hastings (8), n.d. 3.5" x 5.5", numbered and captioned
  8. 12 "Gravure Postcards (sepia) of Westminster Abbey", Valentine's Series, Set #2, copyright, n.d. 3.5" x 5.5", numbered and captioned.
  9. 12 "Gravure Postcards (sepia) of Westminster Abbey", Valentine's Series, Set #1, copyright, n.d. 3.5" x 5.5", numbered and captioned.
  10. 21 b&w postcard views of Wye Valley, Symonds Yat, Chepstow, Tinturn Abbey and Monmouth, by Judge's Ltd., Kingsway and n.p. n.d. 3.5" x 5.5", some numbered, captioned
  11. 12 b&w postcard views of the Town of Ayn, Scotland, by Judge's Ltd n.d. 3.5" x 5.5" numbered and captioned
  12. 10 postcard views of Ayn, n.d., all 3.5" x 5.5", numbered and captioned. 6 by Valentine's, b&w; 1 by Judge's, also b&w; 3 in colour by J. Salmon (from a painting by A. Palmer), by Alexander D. Henderson, Maybole, Ayn and by Alloway, Auld Kirk, Ayn.
  13. 12 postcard views, n.d., 3.5" x 5.5", of various scenes. 5 Judge's b&w views of Backfastleigh and vicinity, numbered and captioned; 3 "intercolour" views around Dartmoor by Elmer Keene, from the "Chic" Series, Chas. Worcestor Co., and 1 black and white of same subject; 3 additional views around Dartmoor, 1 n.p. n.d., b&w, 1 by the Blue Bird Studio, Babbacombe, and 1 by Photocrom Ltd., Tunbridge Wells, both n.d.
  14. 12 postcard views of Bath, n.d., 3.5" x 5.5", numbered and captioned. 10 by Photocrom (colour), 1 by F. Frith and Co. (colour), and 1 by Judge's (b&w)
  15. 8 postcard views of Bisley, b&w, n.p. n.d., 3.5" x 5.5" Some captions on front, very brittle condition
  16. 7 postcard views of Bisley, b&w, n.p. n.d., 3.5" x 5.5" very brittle condition
  17. 37 postcard views of Brighton and vicinity by Judge's n.p., n.d. 1 colour views by J. Salmon, from watercolour by A.R. Quinton 36 b&w, 3.5" x 5.5", n.d. numbered and captioned
  18. 13 postcard views of Bristol by Pelham, b&w, n.d., 3.5" x 5.5" captioned
  19. 18 postcard views of Balmoral, Braemor and the Cavingorms, by Valentine's and Judge's, n.d., b&w, 3.5" x 5.5", numbered and captioned
  20. 20 postcard views, b&w, n.d., 3.5" x 5.5": 13 of the Cairngorms by Valentine's; 6 of Granttown; 1 of Lock Avon and Ben Muich Dhui. numbered and captioned
  21. 13 postcard views of the Cairngorms by J.B. White Ltd., copyright. b&w, 3.5" x 5.5", n.d., numbered and captioned
  22. 10 postcard views of the Cairngorms by J.B. White Ltd. b&w, 3.5"x5.5", n.d., numbered and captioned
  23. 19 postcard views, b&w, 3.5"x5.5", n.d., numbered and captioned: 8 views of Cheddar by Judge's; 5 views of Bath by Judge's and Photocrom Co. Ltd.; 5 views of Gough's Caves, Cheddar, n.p.; 1 view of Wells Cathedral by Phillips
  24. 13 postcard views of Gough's Beautiful Caves, Cheddar, by Wm. Gough, Lion Rock Bagaar, Cheddar. b&w, 3.5"x5.5", n.d., captions only.
  25. 10 postcard views of Cheddar and vicinity, b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5": 5 by Phillips; 4 by Judge's; 1 by F. Frith, captions only
  26. 12 postcard views of Cheddar by Valentine's, b&w, 2 5/8" x 3 1/4", n.d. ("Real Photographs for you Album"), titles on reverse
  27. 16 postcard views of Crieff. b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned: 13 by Valentine's (12 in the "Photo Brown Series"); 2 by E.T.W. Dennis ("The Dainty Photogravure Series"); 1 "Davidsons Brown Carbon" (Ideal Series), caption only
  28. 18 postcard views by Judge's and n.p., of Crieff, Lochearnhead, Loch Carn, Sma' Glen etc. b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  29. 20 b&w postcard views of Cartmoor and vicinity, by Judge's Ltd., the "Chic" Series (C. Worcestor), and Hayton Tea House and Photocrom Ltd. 3.5"x5.5", n.d., numbered and captioned.
  30. 19 miscellaneous postcards and photographs of people and scenery in and around Clevedon, n.d. and 1926. Various sizes.
  31. 12 "High Class Postcards of Edinburgh (Real Photo Series of Edinburgh)" by Valentine's, Design 5037, Matt #1. b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  32. 2 "real photo postcards of Edinburgh" by Robert Grant and Son, b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  33. 9 postcard views of Exeter, by Judge's, Worth's Series and Frith's Real Photo Series. b&w on sepia, 3.5"x5.5", n.d. Worth's have detailed description on reverse
  34. 14 postcard views of Ben Nevis, Glen Newis, Fort William and Glencoe by Judge's, n.p. and A. MacDougall. b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5"
    12 postcard views of Ben Nevis and other Scottish scenes from pictures and engravings by G. Keene, by C. Worcestor's "Chic" Series, b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5"
  35. 18 views of Killen, b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned: 7 by Valentine's; 7 by Judge's; 2 by Killen Hotel; 1 by Tuck; 1 by Lilywhite Ltd.
  36. "Snaps of Killen Hills" (Morris' title) - 7 b&w photographs, various sizes
  37. 8 negatives to photographs in Envelope 36.
  38. 12 "High-Class Postcards of Loch-Lomond, Design 5037, Sepia Matt" by Valentine's, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  39. 2 postcard views of London by Judge's, b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  40. 10 postcard views of Lyme Regis, b&w, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned: 6 by Judge's; 4 by Dunsten's Library
  41. 10 "Truart" snaps, "Artistic Pictures of Midhurst" by H. Wheeler of Folkestone, b&w, n.d., 2 1/4" x 3 1/4", numbered and captioned
  42. 15 postcard views of Midhurst and Sussex, b&w and colour, n.d., 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned: 4-Truart Series #29; 1 each - Truart Series 4, 9 and 25; 2 - G. Foynon, Midhurst (colour); 6 - J. Salmon (colour - watercolours by A.R. Quinton)
  43. 9 postcard views thought to be of Oxford University, n.d., n.p., b&w 2 3/4" x 4 1/2"
  44. 9 postcard views of Balliol College, Oxford, n.p., n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5"
  45. 13 postcard views of Balliol College, Oxford, by F. Frith, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  46. 6 postcard views ("Gravure Letter Card") of Oxford University, by Photocrom, n.d. "Sepia", fold out, but 3.5"x5.5"
  47. 32 postcard views of Oxford, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned: 14 by Judge's; 11 by Rafael Tuck (Oxford Series 1-4); 5 "Chic Series" by Worcestor (from pictures by Elmer Keene); 2 n.p.
  48. 12 Valentine's snapshots of Pitlochry - Killiecrankie area, n.d., b&w, 2 5/8" x 3 1/4", captions on reverse
  49. 9 Valentine's postcards (in "Photo Brown") of Pitlochry-Killiecrankie, n.d., design 3069, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
    12 Judge's postcards of Pittochry and area, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5" numbered and captioned
  50. 12 postcard views of Anne Hathaway's Cottage (by the Trustees and Guardians of Shakespeare's Birthplace), Walter Scott, Bradford, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", captioned
  51. 12 postcard views of Shakespeare's birthplace, by Scott, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", captioned
  52. "The Story of Tobit" (Three Coloured Postcards of the Fresco at the White Swan, Stratford-on-Avon) by W.F. Sedwick Ltd., n.d., 3.5"x5.5", captioned
  53. "Six real photograph postcards of the 'White Swan', Stratford-on-Avon" b&w, 3.5"x5.5"
  54. 12 postcard views of the "Land of Scott" by Valentine, n.d. Design 5037, b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  55. 12 postcard views of Stratford-Upon-Avon by Scott, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  56. 21 postcard views of Stroud, the Cotswolds and Cheltenham, by Kingsway, Donlion Productions (Doncaster) and E.&C. Peckham, Stroud, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", some numbered, captioned

Box 8

Envelope

  1. "Scotland's Response to the Call" (Scottish War Memorial) fold-out card of sculpture by R. Tait McKenzie, 1914. Sepia, 3.5"x5.5"
  2. 13 postcard views of Scottish National War memorial, Edinburgh Castle, by Francis Caird Inglis, n.d., b&w and sepia, 3.5"x5.5", captioned, descriptions on reverse.
  3. 8 postcard views of "Picturesque Tunbridge Wells" by J. Salmon, n.d., Colour (from original watercolours by A.R. Quinton), 3.5"x5.5", labels on front
  4. 11 postcard views of Windsor Castle and 1 of Eton College by Photocrom, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned; 12 postcard views of Windsor Castle by Photocrom, n.d., b&w, 2 3/4" x 3 3/8", labels on reverse
  5. 10 miscellaneous postcard views, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned. Loch Affarie, Ben Wyris, Kilmorack, Glen Affarie, Inverness by Valentines; Strathpeffer by Worcester (Chic Series); Eulloden Moor by E.T.W. Dennis and Sons, London; 3 postcard views of Dornoch Firth by Davidson's Real Photograph Series, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned. Very good quality.
  6. 5 miscellaneous unidentified back and white postcards, n.d., 3.5"x5.5"
  7. 18 miscellaneous postcard views of Brinscombe, Amberley and Chalford, n.p., n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5"
  8. 4 postcard views of Quebec City by W.B. Edwards, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5"
  9. 2 postcard views of Jasper National Park (on the C.N.R.), by F.M. Stack, Jasper, Alta., n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  10. 29 postcard views of Jasper National Park, by F.A. Jackman, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5", numbered and captioned
  11. "20 real photographs of the Canadian Rockies along the line of Canadian National Rlys." n.d., b&w, 2 3/4" x 3 3/4", captioned
  12. 22 postcard "Views of Vancouver" by Gowen Sutton Co. Ltd., 1917. b&w, 3.5"x5.5", captioned; 8 miscellaneous unidentified postcard views, n.d., b&w, 3.5"x5.5"
    Folder 1. Original envelopes from postcards etc., for display purposes

Box 9

Folder

  1. Photograph Album, "Our Holiday 1902" (Rideau Canal)
  2. Photograph Album, 1909 (Rock, Cache & Cranberry Lakes camping)

    NOTE: Photographs and negatives (boxes 10 - 14): these are stored in acid-free envelopes, and consist of pictures taken by Morris on his field trips. The are listed alphabetically by type (Latin and English are used), and by geographic location. Few cross-references have been made. The series ends with a number of unidentified and miscellaneous photographs and several black and white or colour glass lantern slides prepared by Morris.

Box 10

Envelope

  1. Arethusa - Mountain Bladertera. 2 b&w, 8 x 10.5cm plus 2 negatives
  2. Arethusa films - indoor portrait. 4 negatives
  3. Arethusa and Grass Pink. 3 negatives
  4. Arethusa and Grass Pink - double and single in Cavan bog habitat and flower, indoor portrait. 8 b&w, 8 x 10.5cm
  5. Arethusa. 5 negatives from envelope 4
  6. Arethusa. 4 negatives
  7. Arethusa. 7 b&w, 8.4 x 10.5cm
  8. Arethusa. 6 negatives from envelope 7
  9. Arethusa and Calypso. 2 negatives (perhaps used in Christmas cards)
  10. Arethusa, 1 b&w, 9.3 x 11.6cm (note yellow acid stain)
  11. Butterfly Orchid. 15 b&w, 8.5 x 11 cm
  12. Butterfly Orchid. 8 negatives
  13. Calopogen. 2 b&w, 8.5 x 11cm
  14. Calopogen. 2 negatives from envelope 13
  15. Calypso - Dummer Township. 2 negatives
  16. Calypso - Dummer Township (first try). 5 b&w, 8 x 10.5cm
  17. Calypso - Dummer Township (first try). 2 negatives
  18. Calypso - Dummer Twp., Cyprys Bog - "good single flower under white cedar." 2 b&w, 9.2 x 11.2cm
  19. Calypso - Dummer Twp. Cyprys Bog... 2 negatives
  20. Calypso. 17 b&w, 8.7 x 11.2cm
  21. Calypso. 4 negatives from envelope 20
  22. Calypso print. 1 b&w, 8.5 x 10.5cm, yellow stain [Fridijoff Holmboe photographer]
  23. Crested Orchid. 3 negatives
  24. Crested Coralroot (Hexalectris). 11 negatives
  25. Early Coralroot. 1 b&w, 8 x 10.5cm
  26. Early Coralroot. 2 negatives from envelope 25
  27. Early and Spotted Coralroot. 10 b&w, 8 x 10.5cm
  28. Early and Spotted Coralroot. 5 negatives from envelope 27.
  29. Spotted Coralroot. 5 b&w, 8 x 10.5cm
  30. Spotted Coralroot. 6 negatives from envelope 29
  31. Striped Coralroot (Keene). 4 b&w, 8 x 10.5cm
  32. Striped Coralroot (Keene). 11 negatives from envelope 31.
  33. Striped Coralroot (Keene). Morris' explanatory annotations re env. 31 & 32
  34. Prints of Striped Coralroot (Keene). 7 b&w, 8.3 x 10.5cm
  35. Cypri Passer. 8 b&w: 2 - 8x6.2cm; 1 - 8x7cm; 4 - 8x10.5cm; 1 - 7x8.8cm
  36. Cypri Passer. 16 negatives from envelope 35
  37. Cyprided Reginae. 6 b&w, 8.3x11cm
  38. Cyprided Reginae. 6 negatives from envelope 37
  39. Cyprys Reginae. 4 b&w, 8.5 x 11.3cm
  40. Cyprys Reginae. 9 negatives from envelope 39
  41. Cystoplens (Montana). 1 b&w, 8.3 x 10.5cm
  42. Cystoplens (Montana). 2 negatives from envelope 41
  43. Dodecatheon Meadia. 2 b&w, 8.1 x 10.7cm
  44. Dodecatheon Meadia. 2 negatives from envelope 43
  45. Grass Pink. 2 b&w, 8.5 x 10.8cm
  46. Grass Pink. 1 negative from envelope 45
  47. Grass Pink. 1 b&w, 8.4 x 10.8cm
  48. Grass Pink. 2 negatives from envelope 47
  49. Helleborine. 2 b&w, 8 x 10.5cm
  50. Helleborine. 2 negatives from envelope 49
  51. H. Lencophaea. 5 b&w, 8.8 x 11.8cm
  52. H. Lencophaea. 5 negatives from envelope 51
  53. Franklin's Lady Slipper. 4 b&w: 1 - 7.1x7.8cm; 3 - 7.8x10.5cm
  54. Franklin's Lady Slipper. 4 negatives from envelope 54 ("poor group")
  55. Franklin's Lady Slipper (Trifida Bog). 5 b&w, 8.2 x 10.5cm
  56. Franklin's Lady Slipper (Trifida Bog). 6 negatives from envelope 55
  57. Showy Lady Slipper (indoor portrait). 5 b&w, 8.2 x 10.5cm ("no good prints")
  58. Showy Lady Slipper (indoor portrait). 4 negatives from envelope 57
  59. Showy Lady Slipper - Rocky Mountains, Port Hope and Cavan Bog (East). 7 b&w, 8.5 x 11cm (October 1936)
  60. Showy Lady Slipper. 13 negatives from envelope 59.
  61. Showy Lady Slipper - Cavan Bog. 4 b&w, 8.8 x 11cm. 1932
  62. Showy Lady Slipper - Cavan Bog. 8 negatives from envelope 61
  63. Showy Lady Slipper - Cavan & Dummer. 1 b&w, 6.8 x 9.6 cm
  64. Showy Lady Slipper. 11 negatives form envelope 63
  65. Showy Lady Slipper - Cavan & Dummer. 12 b&w, various sizes
  66. Showy Lady Slipper. 14 negatives from envelope 65
  67. Queen Lady Slipper - 2 Cavan Bog and 2 Dummer (not identified). 4 b&w, 8.5 x 10.3 cm
  68. Queen Lady Slipper - Cavan Bog. 8 negatives
  69. Yellow Lady Slipper, or Small and Large Lady Slipper - [Dummer and Bergen Bog, New York State] 5 negatives (Morris' location identification unclear)
  70. Yellow Lady Slipper - Mingan Islands. 6 negatives
  71. Large Yellow Lady Slippers - Cavan, 1935. 4 b&w, 8 x 10.4 cm
  72. [Large Yellow Lady Slipper]. 5 b&w, 8.3 x 10.6 cm
  73. Yellow Lady Slipper - Cavan, 1935. 2 negatives (no good)
  74. Yellow Lady Slipper -Dummer (small 3); Bergen (large 5); Mingans (flat-petalled 4) - size refers to flower size. 12 b&w, 8.6 x 11.4 cm
  75. Yellow Lady Slipper. 12 negatives from envelope 74
  76. White Lady Slipper - Bergen Bog, N.Y.7 b&w: 2 - 8.5 x 11.2 cm; 5 - 8.2 x 10.5 cm
  77. White Lady Slipper. 18 negatives from envelope 76.
  78. Yellow, Showy, Frankin's and Stemless Lady Slippers. 6 b&w, 8.2x10.5cm ("discards")
  79. As above. 6 negatives from envelope 78
  80. Lady Slippers (Tribe I). 12 b&w, 12.4 x 17.8 cm
  81. Lady Slippers (Tribe I). 15 b&w, 12.4 x 17.8 cm
  82. Pink Mocassins - 4 June 1933, "second try." 5 b&w, 8.3 x 10.9 cm
  83. Pink Mocassins. 17 negatives from envelope 82
  84. Roseveined and Stemless Mocassin - Stoney Lake (Juniper Island) and Newtonville. 14 b&w, 8.2 x 10.4cm
  85. Roseveined and Stemless Mocassin. 24 negatives from envelope 84
  86. Whorled Pogonia. 9 b&w, 8.2 x 10 cm (ok)
  87. Whorled Pogonia. 4 negatives from envelope 86.
  88. Whorled Pogonia. 4 b&w, 8.3 x 10.1 cm
  89. Whorled Pogonia. 11 negatives from envelope 88.
  90. Whorled Pogonia. 5 negatives
  91. Prairie Fringed (Battle Creek). 3 b&w, 8.9 x 11.7 cm
  92. Prairie Fringed... 3 negatives from envelope 91
  93. Prairie Fringed (Milwaukee). 3 b&w, 8.9 x 11.8 cm
  94. Prairie Fringed... 3 negatives from envelope 93
  95. Prairie Fringed (Milwaukee). 6 b&w, 8.8 x 11.8 cm
  96. Prairie Fringed... 6 negatives from envelope 95.
  97. Prairie Fringed (Wisconsin). 28 b&w (originals & duplicates) 8.9 x 11.4 cm
  98. Prairie Fringed... 7 negatives from envelope 97
  99. Purple Fringed. 5 b&w, 8.5 x 11 cm
    100.Purple Fringed. 5 negatives (1 related to a photograph in envelope 99)
    101.Purple Fringed. 7 negatives
    102.Purple Fringed. 2 b&w, 9.1 x 11.1 cm
    103.Purple Fringed. 1 negative from envelope 102
    104.Purple Fringeless. 5 negatives
    105.Ram's Heads. 10 b&w, 8.8 x 9.9 cm ("poor setting - out of focus or flowers badly grouped")
    106.Ram's Heads. 16 negatives from envelope 105.
    107.Ram's Heads. 10 b&w, 7.9 x 10.1cm ("poor")
    108.Ram's Heads. 7 negatives from envelope 107
    109.Ram's Heads. 14 b&w, 7.7 x 10.6 cm ("mostly poor")
    110.Ram's Heads. 12 negatives from envelope 109
    111.Ram's Heads. 5 b&w, 8.3 x 10.6 cm
  100. Ram's Heads. 7 negatives from envelope 111
  101. Ram's Heads. 2 b&w, 7.8 x 10.6 cm
  102. Ram's Heads. 3 negatives from envelope 113
  103. Ram's Heads. 5 b&w, 8.3 x 11.2 cm ("best") See envelope 116.
  104. Ram's Heads. 17 negatives from envelope 115. ("17 best films, including Roy's 2 and large group by old stump")
  105. Ram's Head Lady Slipper.1 Hand-coloured "photo-flower" by C.W. Johnson, Springfield, Mass. 8.5 x 13.7 cm., together with catalogue, business card and print folder
  106. Ram's Head Lady Slipper.1 original b&w photograph, 6.5 x 4.6cm. "Taken by R.A. Clark with a VPK and special lens at 6.5." Business card
  107. Blunt-Leaf Reinorchid. 1 b&w, 8.3 x 10.9 cm.
  108. Blunt-Leaf Reinorchid. 1 negative from envelope 119
  109. Blunt-Leaf Reinorchid; Purple-Fringed Reinorchid; Whorled Pogonia; Lily- Leaved Twayblade; Spotted Coralroot. 2 b&w, 8.2 x 10.7 cm
  110. Blunt-Leaf Reinorchid... 2 negatives from envelope 121
  111. Hooded Tresses. 17 b&w, 8.2 x 11.3 cm
  112. Hooded Tresses. 4 b&w, 8.3 x 10.7 cm
  113. Hooded Tresses - Cavan Bog. 10 negatives
  114. Hooded Tresses - Gilchrist's Bay and Burleigh Falls. 6 negatives
  115. Hooded Tresses - Burleigh Falls.9 b&w: 1 - 8.1 x 9.4 cm; 8 - 8.1 x 10.4cm ("including 1 very long, nearly cylindrical spikes")
  116. Hooded Tresses... 7 negatives from envelope 127
  117. Hooded Tresses - Gilchrist's Bay. 4 b&w ("1 clump in spaghnum")
  118. Hooded Tresses... 4 negatives from envelope 129
  119. Hooded Tresses - portraits in natural settings. 9 b&w, 8.2 x 10.8cm ("good")
  120. Hooded Tresses... 9 negatives from envelope 131
  121. Hooded Tresses - Cavan Bog. 14 b&w, 8.2x10.6cm ("habitat good, and group portraits fair or out of focus")
  122. Hooded Tresses... 14 negatives from envelope 133
  123. Nodding Tresses. 9 b&w, 8.2 x 10.5 cm approx.
  124. Nodding Tresses. 5 negatives from envelope 135
  125. Nodding Tresses - Wooded Habitat. 4 negatives
  126. Shining Lady's Tresses. 2 b&w, 8.3 x 10.6 cm
  127. Shining Lady's Tresses. 2 negatives from envelope 138
  128. Slender Ladies' Tresses. 4 negatives
  129. Spring Tresses (Sp. Vernalia). 3 negatives
  130. Tribe I - Orchis Habenaria.24 b&w, 12.5 x 17.7 cm. 2 White and 2 Yellow Fringed orchids identified of reverse
  131. Tribe I...25 b&w: 6 - 12.5 x 16.4 cm; 9 - 12.5 x 17.5cm Purple Fringeless and Showy orchid identified on reverse
  132. Tribe II - Listera, Goodyera. 16 b&w: 4 - 12.3 x 16.4 cm; 12 - 12.3 x 17.5cm; 1 Arethusa identified on reverse
  133. Tribe II...14 b&w: 1 - 12.3 x 16.4cm; 1 - 10.7 x 17.6 cm; 12 - 12.3 x 17.5cm. Northern Twayblades identified on reverse
  134. Tribe II...21 b&w, 12.4 x 17.8 cm (and approx.)
  135. Tribe II...19 b&w: 2 - 12.3 x 16.5cm; 17 - 12.4 x 17.7cm. 1 Spring Tresses identified on reverse
    NOTE: Envelopes 144 - 147 contain photos from 1 package, as arranged and labelled by F.J.A. Morris
  136. Tribe III - Malaxis, Hexalectris.22 b&w: 1 - 12.3 x 16.5 cm. 21 - 12.3 x 17.8 cm
  137. Tribe III...24 b&w: 6 - 12.4 x 16.3 cm; 18 - 12.4 x 17.8 cm Crested Coralroot and Florida Adder's Mouth identified on reverse

Box 11

Envelope

  1. Florida Malaxis (Malaxis epicta). 7 negatives: 2 groups and 5 single portraits
  2. Lily-Leaved Twayblade. 3 negatives
  3. Lily-Leaved Twayblade. 5 b&w, 8.3 x 10.6cm "ok"
  4. Lily-Leaved Twayblade. 4 negatives from envelope 152
  5. Lily-Leaved Twayblade. 3 b&w, 8.3 x 10.6 cm "no good"
  6. Lily-Leaved Twayblade. 2 negatives from envelope 154
  7. Lily-Leaved Twayblade. 4 b&w, 8.1 x 10.5 cm
  8. Lily-Leaved Twayblade. 1 negative from envelope 156.
  9. Loesel's Twayblade. 3 b&w, 8.7 x 11 cm. "West of Lindsay - poor, 1932"
  10. Loesel's Twayblade. 3 negatives from envelope 158
  11. Loesel's Twayblade. 2 b&w, 8.1 x 10.4 cm "West of Lindsay - fair"
  12. Loesel's Twayblade. 5 b&w, 8.7 x 11.3 cm
  13. Loesel's Twayblade. 9 negatives from envelope 161
  14. Loesel's Twayblade. 12 b&w, 8.7 x 10.8 cm (and approx.)
  15. Loesel's Twayblade. 12 negatives from envelope 163
  16. Northern Twayblade. 8 b&w, 8.1 x 10.4 cm
  17. Northern and Heart-Leaved Twayblades. 21 b&w, 8.3 x 10.4 cm
  18. Northern Twayblade. 25 negatives
  19. Northern Twayblade. 14 negatives
  20. White-Fringed. 2 negatives
  21. Yellow-Fringed. 3 negatives

    NOTE: Envelopes 171 - 247 are arranged alphabetically by Geographic Location
  22. Bewdley, Ontario - views.35 b&w: 23 - 9x14.5cm (and approx.); 11 - 8.1x10.5cm; 1 - 8.2x6.5cm
  23. Bewdley, Ontario - views. 12 negatives
  24. [Cavan Bog]. 5 b&w, 12.5 x 17.8 cm. ("A. 5 culls")
  25. Cavan Bog - (orchis rotundif). 9 b&w, 8.5 x 11.2 cm
  26. Cavan Bog... 11 negatives from envelope 174
  27. Gage's Creek, Ganaraska (Port Hope). 8 b&w, 8.6x11.7cm (and approx.)
  28. Mingan Island & The Photographer at Work. 8 b&w, 12.5x17cm
  29. Mingan Island... (Mon Homme est Fou). 1 b&w, 11 x 6.8 cm
  30. Mingan Island... 1 negative from envelope 178
  31. The Photographer at Work. 1 negative
  32. Mingan Islands - views of and their flowers. 31 b&w, 12.5x17.6cm
  33. Mingan Island views; the photographer; Pennsylvania Fern Gorges; Northern Twayblade; Purple Fringeless; Arethusa; Coral Root; Newfoundland Orchid. 31 b&w, various sizes: 7.2x8.5cm to 7.8x10.8cm
  34. Mingan Island... 6 negatives from envelope 182 (2 in very poor shape)
  35. The Photographer at Work. 9 negatives
  36. Mingan Island views. 5 b&w, from 7.3x9.2cm to 8x10.5cm (and approx.)
  37. Mingan Island views. 3 negatives from envelope 185
  38. Mingan Island views. 12 b&w, 7.5 x 9.9cm (and approx.)
  39. Mingan Island views. 13 negatives
  40. Mingans & Assorted - Moorwort, Mingans, Pennsylvania, etc. 12 negatives
  41. Mingan Is. - Yellow Slipper, Round-Leaf Orchis or Heart-Leaved Twayblade. 2 b&w, 8.1 x 10.5 cm
  42. Mingan Is.... 3 negatives from envelope 190
  43. Mingan Is. - Orchis Rotund, Small Round Leaf Orchis, Arethusa, Slender and Nodding Tresses. 20 b&w, 8.3 x 10.5 cm (and approx)
  44. Mingan Is.... 32 negatives from envelope 192
  45. Mingan Island-shore plants. 6 b&w, 8 x 10.3 cm
  46. Mingan Island-shore plants. 16 negatives from envelope 194
  47. Mingan Island Plants - thistle and saxifrage. 2 negatives
  48. Mingan Island Orchids - Small Roundleaf, Heart-Leaved Twayblade and Yellow Lady Slipper. 6 b&w, 8.1 x 10.6 cm
  49. Mingan Island Orchids. 1 negative from envelope 197
  50. Mingan Island Orchids. 2 b&w, 7.9x10.1cm (Round-leaf & Heart-Leaved Twayblade)
  51. Mingan Island Orchids. 5 negatives from envelope 199
  52. Mingan Is. Orchids.1 b&w, 7.9 x 10.3 cm (Small Round Leaf Orchis)
  53. Mingan Is. Orchids.8 negatives from envelope 201 (perhaps also White, Northern Habitat, Orchis Rotundif, Orchis Spectale)
  54. Mingan Is. - "location of discovery" photo. 1 b&w, 12.8x9cm
  55. Newfoundland Orchids, 1.2 b&w, 8.1x10.2cm ("single plant among Sheperdia; H. Albida")
  56. Nfld. Orchids, 1.2 negatives from envelope 204
  57. Nfld. Orchids, 2.5 b&w: 4 - 8.3x10.3cm; 1 - 8.7x11cm ("spike of H. Albida - various shots of same flower")
  58. Nfld. Orchids, 2.4 negatives from envelope 206
  59. Nfld. Orchids, 3.6 b&w, 8.8x11.1cm ("H Albida - stem and spike with bunchberries.")
  60. Nfld. Orchids, 3.4 negatives from envelope 208
  61. Nfld. Orchids, 4.2 b&w, 8.2x10.4cm ("H Albida - two plants together among Sweet Gale.")
  62. Nfld. Orchids, 4.2 negatives from envelope 210
  63. Nfld. Orchids, 5.4 b&w, 8.2x10.3cm ("H. Albida - 2 plants separate with Sheperdia.")
  64. Nfld. Orchids, 5.5 negatives from envelope 212
  65. Nfld. Orchids, 6.5 b&w, 8.7x11cm. (and approx.) ("H. Albida - 2 plants separate with hunchberry")
  66. Nfld. Orchids, 6.3 negatives from envelope 214
  67. Nfld. Orchid.6 b&w, 8.3 x 10.7 cm (and approx.) ("H. Albida")
  68. Nfld. Orchid.2 negatives from envelope 216
  69. Rideau and Lanark County. 16 negatives
  70. Sauble Beach - Calopagon. 4 negatives [May 1937]
  71. Sauble Beach - Grass Pink. 2 b&w ("good contrast")
  72. Sauble Beach - Grass Pink. 1 negative from envelope 220
  73. Sauble Beach - Pogonia. 5 negatives [May 1937]
  74. Sauble Beach - Pogonia and Calopagon. 12 b&w, 8.5x11.2cm [July 1928]
  75. Sauble Beach - Pogonia and Calopagon. 11 negatives from envelope 223
  76. Sauble Beach - Pogonia and Calopagon. 5 b&w, 8.4 x 11.2 cm
  77. Sauble Beach - Pogonia and Calopagon. 5 negatives from envelope 225
  78. Scottish views. 15 b&w, 8.6 x 6.2cm, with explanatory letter
  79. Scottish views. 27 b&w, 8.3 x 10.7cm (some identified on reverse)
  80. Scotland - Grantown and Ballindalloch - Goodyera Repens. 10b&w, 8.3x11cm
  81. Scotland - H. Albida. 8 b&w, 8.2 x 10.5cm
  82. Scotland - H. Albida. 2 negatives from envelope 230
  83. Scotland - H. Albida. 4 b&w, 8.4 x 11.1 cm
  84. Scotland - H. Albida. 4 negatives from envelope 232
  85. Scotland - H. Albida. 2 b&w, 8.8 x 11.2 cm
  86. Scotland - H. Albida. 2 negatives from envelope 234
  87. Scotland - Grantown and Ballindalloch. 10 b&w, 8.5 x 11.4cm
  88. Scotland..., plus Goodyera Repens. 10 negatives
  89. Grantown - Goodyera Repens. 6 b&w, 8.3 x 10.9 cm
  90. Grantown... 6 negatives from envelope 238
  91. Scotland (Tomintone) - Oval Twayblade. 3 b&w, 8.3x11cm Oct.1937
  92. Scotland (Tomintone) - Oval Twayblade. 2 negatives from env. 240
  93. Scotland (Tomintone) - H. Albida. 17 b&w, 8 x 10.9 cm
  94. Scotland (Tomintone) - H. Albida. 18 negatives
  95. Western Canada -photographs of Rocky Mountains flora and fauna, campsites, etc. [including one of Capitano Canyon, BC] 44 b&w, 11.8 x 7cm [C.P.R. Trip]
  96. Western Canada - C.P.R. Trip. 69 b&w, 11.5 x 7 cm
  97. Western Canada - C.P.R. Trip. 43 b&w, 11.5 x 7 cm
  98. Western Canada - C.P.R. Trip. 66 b&w, 11.5 x 7 cm

    NOTE: Miscellaneous Canadian Views [Family] and Scenic: Envelopes 248 - 259
  99. Canadian views.31 b&w, 8.3x10.9cm (compare with 80-034/9 f.2 - Cranberry and Rock Lake scenes)
  100. Canadian views.51 b&w, miscellaneous, various sizes
  101. [Family] & Scenic Views. 40 b&w, miscellaneous, various sizes
  102. Golf Links. 3 b&w, 15.2x10cm (purple asters and grass of parnassus)
  103. 1 b&w, 6.4 x 8.9cm, extracted from 1924-5 diary (80-006), dated July 1st, 1930. Morris is in the middle.
  104. 3 b&w: 1 - 8.3 x 11.3cm (a ground hog); 2 - 8.6x13.6cm (tree fungi etc.)
  105. 2 colour and 5 b&w, of various subjects and sizes
  106. 36 negatives (outdoors scenes - camping & canoeing involved)
  107. 3 negatives (unidentified flowers)
  108. 13 greeting (Christmas, New Year's etc.) photo-cards from friends and relatives, various sizes
  109. 7 b&w, various sizes and subjects, some identified and taken by other photographers
  110. Original envelopes from prints and negatives

Box 12

NOTE: Glass Lantern Slides. 2 x 10.1cm, unless otherwise noted. [#260 - 345]

Envelope

  1. Franklin's Lady Slipper. "tall slide, useless."
  2. Hand-coloured slide, orchids in the wild (cracked)
  3. Hand-coloured slide, orchids in the wild (cracked)
  4. Black and white (with yellow stain) slide, field scene
  5. Hand-coloured slide, field scene (cracked), published
  6. Black and white slide (unmounted), field scene
  7. Hand-coloured slide (unmounted), orchid in the wild
  8. Black and white slide (unmounted), orchid in the field
  9. Black and white slide (unmounted), orchid in the field
  10. Black and white slide (unmounted), orchid in the field
  11. Hand-coloured slide (unmounted), orchid in the field
  12. Hand-coloured slide, orchids in the field (cracked)

    NOTE: Slides 272-345:Fine Arts, Museum and Scenic lantern slides from Europe. These slides were published by A.T. Thompson & Co., 15 Tremont Place, Boston, Mass. Most bear the publisher's number, which is listed after the description of each slide
  13. Paris-Louvre: Venus de Milo, full view. #2360
  14. Pisa: Cathedral Baptistry and Leaning Tower. #4319
  15. Pisa: Leaning Tower. #2562
  16. Venice: The Campanili. #11500
  17. Madonna of the Chain
  18. Raphael: Sistine Madonna (Reproductions) #8251
  19. Raphael: The Transfiguration. #13254
  20. Da Vinci: The Last Supper
    NOTE: Slides 280-307 are slides relating to Florence museums, statuary etc.
  21. Doors of the Baptistry. #2576
  22. Cathedral and [ ]. #3684
  23. Monks at the Fountain. #3906
  24. The [ ] Palace. #4304
  25. Florence: panorama from across the river. #4328
  26. Michael Angelo: Tomb of Julian de Medici. #5358 (cracked)
  27. Rape of the Sabines. #6070
  28. Loggia de Lanzi. #6982
  29. Uffizi Palace. #6983
  30. Campanile. #11418
  31. The Baptistry. #11422
  32. Statue of Dante. #11424
  33. Palazzio Veccio. #11425
  34. Statue of Savanarole. #11426
  35. [Aoute] Veccio. #11427
  36. The Basin of Neptune in the Babali Gardens. #11431
  37. Uffizi Gallery - Room of the Tribuna. #11434
  38. The Wrestlers in the Tribune of the Uffizi Gallery. #11436
  39. Uffizi Gallery - Venus de Medici. #11437
  40. Uffizi Gallery - [Niobe]. #11438
  41. Uffizi Gallery - Hall of Niobe. #11439
  42. Uffizi Gallery - The West Corridor. #11440
  43. Rape of the Sabines. #11441
  44. Perseus. #11445
  45. Church of Santa Croie and Statue of Dante. #11450
  46. Church of Santa Croie - Monument to Galileo. #11453
  47. Church of Santa Croie - Tomb of Michael Angelo. #11454
  48. Church of Santa Croie - Tomb of Dante. #11455 (Note: location cited as Rome rather that Florence)

    NOTE: Slides 308 - 345 are slides relating to Rome museums, statuary etc
  49. St. Peter's. #2E
  50. The Colosseum. #14E
  51. The Colosseum - Interior. #15E
  52. Cemetery of the Campancius. #21E
  53. The Pantheon. #26E
  54. Arch of Constantine. #37E
  55. Arch of Titus. #38E
  56. Michael Angelo - Statue of Moses, Church of St. [ ] #3674
  57. Bridge and Castle of St. Angelo #4551 (cracked)
  58. The Capitol #4554
  59. The Vatican - "F'aun" (Prariteles) #5338
  60. St. Peter's - Interior Toward the Altar
  61. St. Peter's - Mosaic Death of Annanais and Sapphira #11258
  62. St. Peter's - Statue of St. Peter. #11259 (cracked)
  63. St. Peter's - Altar. #11260
  64. St. Peter's - Tomb of Clement XIII. #11265
  65. [St. Peter's] - Tomb of the Stuarts. #11266
  66. Panorama from St. Peter's. #11275
  67. The Vatican. #11276
  68. Vatican Museum - "The Laocoon" #11284
  69. Vatican Museum - "Apollo Belvedere" #11285
  70. St. John's Lateran - Seala Santa. #11290
  71. St. Paul's Gateway. #11291
  72. The Pantheon. #11306
  73. The Pantheon - Tomb of Raphael. #11308
  74. Piazza del Popolo. #11317
  75. Fountain of the Trevi, close view. #11331
  76. Arch of Titus - Bas reliefs. #11347
  77. Aqueduct of Nero. #11361
  78. Appian Way. #11383
  79. Appian Way - Tomb of Cecelia Metella. #11384
  80. Panorama of the Forum from Capitoline Hill. #11391
  81. Place Where Oration was Delivered on Caesar's Body. #11399
  82. Capitoline Hill - Statue of Marcus Aurelius. #11405
  83. Capitoline Hill - [ ] Prison. #11410
  84. View of the Tiber. #11822
  85. Vatican - Head of Apollo Belvedere. #13258
  86. Capitoline Museum - Dying Gladiator. #13261

Box 13

NOTE: Envelopes 346 - 436 contain lantern slides of works by various English artists, and of English and Scottish scenery. Fine Arts slides in envelopes 346 - 400 were published by Newton & Co., Covent Garden, London (by permission of H. Graves & Co.). Most bear an alpha-numeric designation, listed following the description or title of the work depicted.

Envelope

  1. J.M.W. Turner - The Fighting Temeraire. #1, A.F.M.
  2. J.M.W. Turner - The Shipwreck. #2, A.F.M.
  3. J.M.W. Turner - The Approach to Venice. #3, A.F.M.
  4. Wilke - Village Politicians. #4, A.F.M.
  5. Wilke - The Rent Day. #5, A.F.M.
  6. Wilke - The First Caring [sic]. #6, A.F.M.
  7. Webster - A Dame's School. #7, A.F.M.
  8. Faed - New Wars to an Old Soldier. #8, A.F.M.
  9. Faed - Coming & Vents. #9, A.F.M.
  10. Faed - A Flower from Paddy's Land. #10, A.F.M.
  11. Frith - The Railway Station. #11, A.F.M.
  12. Sir E. Landseer - The Shepherd's Chief Mourner. #12, A.F.M.
  13. Sir E. Landseer - High Life. #13, A.F.M.
  14. [Sir E. Landseer] - Low Life. #14, A.F.M.
  15. Landseer - Shoeing the Bay. #15, A.F.M.
  16. Herring - The Frugal Meal. #16, A.F.M.
  17. [ ] - The Horse Fair. #17, A.F.M.
  18. [ ] - The Miracle of the Gadarine Swine. #18, A.F.M.
  19. [ ] - Play-Scene from Hamlet. #19, A.F.M.
  20. Maclise - Death of Nelson. #20, A.F.M.
  21. Maclise - Death of Nelson (close-up). #21, A.F.M.
  22. Maclise - Wellington & Blucher. #22, A.F.M. (Note: Slide mis-labelled)
  23. Maclise - Wellington & Blucher (close-up). #23, A.F.M.
  24. Maclise - Queen Elizabeth at Tilbury. #24, A.F.M.
  25. Ward - South Sea Bubble. #25, A.F.M.
  26. Ward - The Landing of the Prince of Orange. #26, A.F.M.
  27. Ward - Last Sleep of Argyle. #27, A.F.M.
  28. [ ] - Departure of the Pilgrim Fathers. #28, A.F.M.
  29. Cope - Funeral of Charles I. #29, A.F.M. (cracked)
  30. Rosetti - The Annunciation. #30, A.F.M.
  31. [ ] - Ophelia. #31, A.F.M.
  32. [ ] - The Light of the World. #32, A.F.M.
  33. Millais - The Huguenot. #33, A.F.M.
  34. [Millais] - Beata Beatrise. #34, A.F.M.
  35. Millais - The Proscribed Royalist. #35, A.F.M.
  36. Millais - The Order of Release. #36, A.F.M.
    (See envelope 400 for #37, A.F.M.)
  37. [ ] - Beefeater. #38, A.F.M.
  38. Millais - Cinderella. #39, A.F.M.
  39. [ ] - Helen of Troy. #40, A.F.M.
  40. Leighton - Frigidarium. #41, A.F.M.
  41. [ ] - The Happy Warrior. #42, A.F.M.
  42. [ ] - The Symbol. #43, A.F.M.
  43. Dicksee - The Passing of Arthur. #44, A.F.M.
  44. [ ] - The Scapegoat. #45, A.F.M.
  45. Millais - The Lost Piece of Silver. #46, A.F.M.
  46. [ ] - The Soul's Awakening. #47, A.F.M.
  47. [ ] - The Remorse of Judas. #48, A.F.M.
  48. [ ] - The Vigil. #49, A.F.M.
  49. Lady Butler - Floreat & Tona. #50, A.F.M.
  50. Lady Butler - After the Battle. #51, A.F.M. (cracked)
  51. [Lady Butler] - After the Conflict. #52, A.F.M (from Illustrated London News)
  52. F.W. Lawson - The Lion's Cubs. #53, A.F.M.
  53. Whistler - Thomas Carlyle. #54, A.F.M.
  54. MacWhirter - The Lady of the Glen. #55, A.F.M.
  55. Sir J. Millais - A Flood. #37, A.F.M.
    401 & 402.Unidentified glass slides from Newton slides container

    NOTE: Envelopes 403 - 410 contain slides of English scenery, which were published by G.F. Abraham of Keswick
  56. Near Coleridge's Home
  57. Wordsworth's Church at Grasmere
  58. Head of Windermere - Waterhead and Langdales
  59. An Autumn Morning - Derwentwater
  60. View of Seanfell Take -(England's Highest Mountain, Looking North to Derwentwater, etc.)
  61. Head of Buttermere - High Cragg and [ ] Stile
  62. Wastwater & St. Sable - A calm afternoon
  63. Climbing the difficult route up Eagles' Nest Ridge, St. Sable

    NOTE: Envelopes 411 - 421 contain slides depicting identified Scottish scenes. There are also fifteen unidentified slides (envelope 422 - 436) which appear to be of the same type. No publisher is indicated, but neither is there any concrete evidence that Morris took and prepared them himself.
  64. Loch Quoich
  65. Between Loch Quoich & Lock Hourn
  66. Loch Poulary
  67. River Garry
  68. River Garry, Invernesshire
  69. Glen Clung, Invernesshire
  70. Near Loch Poulary, Invernesshire
  71. Glen Garry, from Tomdoun
  72. Between Tomdoun and Loch Loyne
  73. Loch Loyne
  74. Loch Loyne, Invernesshire
    422 - 436.Unidentified [Scottish] Scenery

Box 14

NOTE: Envelopes 437 - 525 contain lantern slides of [Scottish] and [Canadian] scenery published by the Methodist Book and Publishing House, Toronto, and by E.T. Haynes. The "Methodist" slides are unidentified, while the Haynes slides are from the Bala, Severn River and Muskoka tourist areas of north-central Ontario.

Envelope

437 - 454. Unidentified slides of [Scottish] scenery from the Methodist Book and Publishing House, Toronto. Note: Morris had previously stored the slides in a wooden crayon box with a paper label "England and Scotland." The slides in envelopes 442 and 444 are hand-coloured.
455 - 493. Unidentified slides of [Canadian] scenery from the Methodist Book and Publishing House, Toronto. Note: Morris had previously stored the slides in a wooden crayon box with a pencil label "Canadian scenery etc." The scenes could be anywhere in the Canadian Shield.

  1. Unidentified and unlabelled slide from the "Canadian scenery etc." box.

NOTE: The slides in envelopes 495 - 523 are by E.T. Haynes. Although either Haynes or Morris assigned numbers to some of them, the following arrangement is purely arbitrary. The numbers, however, are noted after the description.

  1. A Quiet Spot on the Severn River. Unnumbered
  2. Mouth of Mood River. Unnumbered
  3. Home in the Wilderness. Unnumbered
  4. West Twin Valley Falls. #75
  5. Indian River. Unnumbered
  6. No caption or number
  7. Where the Frogs Grow. Unnumbered
  8. Whiskey Island. #48
  9. Danger: Moon Chute. #41
  10. Muskoka Rocks. #48
  11. A Woodland Path. #74
  12. Hillside Path. #19
  13. Bala Falls. #1 #35
  14. Bala Falls. #2 #38
  15. Moonlight. #87
  16. Hole in the Rock. #78
  17. Among the Ferns. #76
  18. Rapids Above Big Falls. #[125]
  19. Pine Rapids. #72
  20. The Path Across Sansouci. #52
  21. Mona Rapids - Moon River, Muskoka
  22. No caption or number
  23. On Cache Lake. Number obscure
  24. Lunge Camp, Georgian Bay. #87
  25. No caption or number (cracked)
  26. Moonlight - Cedar Rapids. (hand-coloured) #69
  27. Not used
  28. Bush Scene. [#7]
  29. Moonchute Falls #2. #43
  30. Last Falls, Moon River
  31. Fishing on the Humber

Box 15

Mimeographs, offprints and printed versions of Morris' works which appeared independently in the Canadian Entomologist, the Canadian Forum and other publications of literary or entomological note.

Box 16

Map

  1. Map of Southhampton and neighbourhood (Cox & Sharland, engravers etc.) 6" = 1 mile. Legends to landmarks, land uses, political boundaries (including Bitterne, Woolston, Sholing, Itchen, Millbrook, Fremantle, Shirley, Portswold & St. Denys).
  2. The Half-Inch Map of England, sheet 25, Gloucester and Cheltenham Section (Gall & Inglis, London & Edinburgh). 1/2" = 1 mile. Roads, Landmarks etc. Mounted on cloth.
  3. W.H. Smith & Son, New Map of Northern Lake District, embracing Keswick, Buttermere, Patterdale, Ullswater & Grasmere, from the Ordnance Survey. 1" = 1 mile. Coloured contours, roads & footpaths.
  4. Ward, Lock & Co., Motoring & Touring Map of Hants, Berks, Oxfordshire. 1" = 3 miles. Boundaries, steamer routes and low water marks; altitudes coloured. Mounted on cloth.
  5. Ordnance Survey Tourist Map of Dartmoor, 1" = 1 mile. Transportation systems, land uses, flora, landmarks and boundaries, coloured contours. Corrected 1924 from 1922 and previous issues. Mounted on cloth.
  6. Ordnance Survey Map of Ben More & District (Scotland), coloured edition 1" = 1 mile. Sheet 46. Transportation systems, boundaries, land uses, flora, public buildings, contours. Corrected to Sept. 1912. Mounted on cloth.
  7. Ordnance Survey Map of Comrie, Crieff and District, coloured (3rd) edition 1" = 1 mile. Sheet 47. Same features as for map 6. Corrected to 1912. Mounted on cloth
  8. Ordnance Survey Contoured road map of Dartmoor & Exeter (in Devonshire), 1" = 1 mile. Sheet 138. Same features as for maps 6 & 7. "Popular Edition," corrected to 1926. Mounted on cloth
  9. Junor's New Large-Scale Plan of Brighton, with index to streets and printed guide to Brighton. Plan & guide by G.W. Bacon. 1" = 1 mile. Transportation systems, landmarks, land use, public buildings and boundaries.
  10. Bacon's Motoring & Cycling Road Map, North Ireland. 1" = 5 miles. Based upon the Ordnance Survey by Permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, with local revision to date of publication. Transportation systems, political and municipal boundaries, place names.
  11. Bacon's New Large Print Map of London & Suburbs, with Index to Streets & Illustrated Guide. 21/2" = 1 mile. Inset (top left) of Hampton Court.
  12. Bacon's Large Print Motoring Map of the Arterial Roads and By Passes around London. 1" = 1.08. No. 1 in series. Reverse in Map 12(a).
    12(a).Bacon's Motor Road Map of England & Wales, showing roads, mileages, railways and station. 1" = 8 miles.
  13. Bacon's Motor Road Map: Liverpool, Birkhead, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle. Various scales. Roads, by-passes, mileage etc. Reverse is Map 13(a).
    13(a).England & Wales, North Sheet. 1" = 8 miles. Roads and distances etc.
  14. Bartholomew's General Map of Ireland (Irish Free State and Northern Ireland). 1/10" = 1 mile, (1" = 10 miles). Political colouring, roads, customs stations, frontier posts. Mounted on cloth.
  15. Bartholomew's Pocket Plan of Edinburgh and Suburbs, with Index and Guide. 3.5" = 1 mile. Keep to streets, railway stations and interesting landmarks, theatres, cinemas etc.
  16. Bartholomew's New Reduced Survey, Sheet 7, Glasgow & Clyde, for Tourists & Cyclists. 1/2" = 1 mile. Reproduced by permission from new revised Ordnance Survey. Heights of land, transportation routes, political and other boundaries.
  17. Bartholomew's New Reduced Survey, Sheet 11, Oban District (& Loch Awe), for Tourists & Cyclists. 1/2" = 1 mile. Same features as for #16.
  18. Bartholomew's Revised "half-inch" Contoured Maps, Sheet 15 (Scotland) Lochbar. Roads, contours, altitude colours, boundaries etc. Similar features as #16 & 17. Mounted on cloth.
  19. Bartholomew's Revised "half-inch" Contoured Maps, Sheet 20 (Scotland) Central Ross. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features as #16-18. Mounted on cloth.
  20. Bartholomew's New Reduced Survey, New Series, Sheet 12, Center Perthshire, for tourists and cyclists. 1" = 2 miles. Transportation systems, landmards, contours & altitudes, boundaries etc. Mounted on cloth.
  21. Bartholomew's revised, Sheet 12, Central Perthshire. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features as #20. Mounted on cloth
  22. Bartholomew's revised. Sheet 19, Isle of Skye, for motorists & cyclists 1/2" = 1 mile. Inset, Sound of Sleat (bottom left). Similar features as #20-21. Mounted on cloth.
  23. Bartholomew's revised, Sheet 20, Central Ross-Shire. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features as #20-22. Mounted on cloth.
  24. Bartholomew's revised, Sheet 21, Moray & Black Isle. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features as #20-23. Mounted on cloth.
  25. Bartholomew's New Reduced Survey, Sheet 24, Cair Loch and Loch Inver. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features as #20-24. Mounted on cloth.
  26. Bartholomew's revised, (Scotland) Sheet 12 - Perthshire. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features as #20-25. Mounted on cloth.
    26(a).Bartholomew's revised, (Scotland) Sheet 16 - Atholl and Badenoch. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features as #20-26. Mounted on cloth.
  27. Bartholomew's revised, (Scotland) Sheet 21 - Moray and Black Isle. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features as #20-26(a). Mounted on cloth.
  28. Barthlomew's revised (England) Sheet 30 - Survey. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features, but also includes golf courses, aerodromes, radio stations and youth hostels. Mounted on cloth.
  29. Bartholomew's revised (England) Sheet 31 - Kent. 1/2" = 1 mile. Similar features, (but no golf courses). Mounted on cloth.
  30. Bartholomew's Quarter-Inch Automobile Map of Great Britain, Sheet 18, Oxford-Bristol, Jan. 1929. 1" = 4 miles. Roads, landmards, boundaries, altitude colourscale, canals. Mounted on cloth.
  31. Bartholomew's Quarter-Inch Automobile Map. Sheet 20, Exeter-Barnstaple, Jan.1929. Similar features as #30. Mounted on cloth.
  32. Bartholomew's Quarter-Inch Automobile map. Sheet 21, Portsmouth-Slaisbury Similar features as #30-31. Mounted on cloth.
  33. Canada: Department of the Interior. Map of the Central Part of Jasper Park, by M.P. Bridgland, O.L.S. issued by the Surveyor-General's Office, Ottawa, 1917. 1.014" = 1 mile. Contour intervals, transportation systems, geological features, latitude and longitude. Six sheets: 1. northwest; 2. northeast; 3. west central; 4. east central; 5. southwest; 6. southeast. Mounted on cloth.
  34. Canada: Department of the Interior. map of the Central Part of Jasper Park, Alberta, from photographic surveys by M.P. Bridgland, 1915, and Interprovincial Boundary Surveys, 1917 & 1921. 1.014" = 2 miles, with Key map (1" = 400 miles). Transportation systems, geological features longitude and latitude.
  35. Map of the County of Victoria, published by the Times Printing Company, Peterborough, Ont. 1910. Colour. Rivers, lakes, transportation systems, towns, villages, lots & concessions. 1" = 1 mile. Mounted on cloth.
  36. Map of the United Counties of Northumberland and Durham, published by the Times Printing Company, Peterborough, Ont. 1910. 1" = 1 mile. Churches, schools, post offices, railways, main & concession roads and municipal statistics. With F.J.A.M. annotations. Mounted on cloth.
  37. Ontario: Department of Public Highways. Map of Bruce Peninsula. 1" = 1 mile. County roads and provincial highways. Mounted on cloth.
  38. Canada: Department of the Interior. Sheet 9, S.E. Ontario & Quebec. Pembroke Sheet. 1" = 3.95 miles. (Standard Topographic Map). Portions of Haliburton, Nipissing, Hastings, Renfrew, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Counties, with legend to landmarks, road and transportation systems, boundaries, etc. 1919. Mounted on cloth. Note: D. of I. map legends include counties, townships, cities, towns with over 40,000 population, other towns, villages, post villages, railways, lighthouses, lots and concessions, travelled roads, and elevation above sea level.
  39. Canada: Commission on Conservation. Forest Distribution in Trent River Watershed. 1" = 1.97 miles. Colour, with legend, lots and concessions. (Peterborough, Haliburton & Hastings Counties, Ont.) 1913. Mounted on cloth.
  40. Canada: Department of Railways & Canals. Trent Canal Chart of Stoney Lake. 4" = 1 mile. 24 July 1924. Mounted on cloth. See also B-79-006 Maps (W.H. Munro Family)
  41. Map of the Counties of Hastings and Prince Edward, corrected to date, by the Canadian map Publishing company, Hamilton, for the Belleville Sun, 1898. 1" = 1.5 miles. Colour. Mounted on cloth, with references. Inset north part of Hastings, scale 400 chains = 1".
  42. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario & Quebec - Pembroke, Sheet 9. S.E. (see map 38). 1909. 1" = 3.95 miles. Includes Pontiac County, Quebec. Mounted on cloth.
  43. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Belleville, Sheet 2.N.E. 1916. 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Counties of Peterborough, Northumberland, Prince Edward, Lennox, Addington and Frontenac. Mounted on cloth. 44. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Ottawa Sheet 10.S.W. 1914. 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Parts of Carleton, Renfrew, Lanark, Dundas & Frontenac Counties, Ont. and Pontiac & Labelle Counties, Quebec. Mounted on cloth.
  44. Map Chart of the Muskoka Lakes (Rosseau, Joseph & Muskoka) by G.W. Marshall, Toronto, 1896. 1.25" = 1 mile. Inset map showing route of Parry Sound Railway, Crane & Blackstone lakes, Blackstone Harbour & Georgian Bay. Index to cottages, hotels and boarding houses on the Lakes. Mounted on cloth.
  45. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Parry Sound Sheet 9.S.W. 1920 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Parts of Nipissing, Parry Sound & Muskoka Districts & Haliburton County. Mounted on cloth.
  46. Canada: Department of the Interior - London Sheet 1S.E. 1912. 1" = 3.95 miles Legend. Norfolke, Brant, Oxford and parts of Elgin, Haldimand, Wentworth, Middlesex, Huron, Perth, Halton and Huron Counties. Mounted on cloth.
  47. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Manitoulin Sheet 8.S.W. 1914 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Parts of Algoma, Sudbury & Manitoulin Districts. Mounted on cloth.
  48. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Kingston Sheet 3.N.W. 1911. 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Parts of Lennox, Addington, Frontenac, Lanark & Grenville Counties. Mounted on cloth.
  49. Canada: Department of the Interior, Quebec - Gaspe Sheet 37, 1924. 1" = 7.89 miles. Legend. Subtitle: natural Resources Intelligence Service. Inset of Magdalen Islands. Mounted on cloth. (Mingan Islands)
  50. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Hamilton Sheet 2.S.W. 1912 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Lincoln, Welland and parts of Halton, Wentworth & Haldimand Counties. Mounted on cloth.
  51. Ontario: Ministry of Lands and Mines. Plan of Islands in Lake Temagami Forest Reserve, District of Nipissing, 1905. 1" = 40 chains (1" = 1 mile). Mounted on cloth.
  52. Great Britain: Geological and Admiralty Survey. Geological Map of Newfoundland, compiled from the most recent and authentic sources, coast line corrected to date, from the Admiralty Surveys, (the interior chiefly the work of the Geological Survey). By James P. Howley, F.G.S. Reprint, 1925. 1.25" = 20 miles. Legend and geological notes. Whitehead, Morris Limited, printers, Westminster. Mounted on cloth.
  53. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Guelph Sheet 1N.W. & 1N.E. 1912. 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Wellington, Grey, Bruce & Dufferin, and parts of Halton, Peel, Perth, Huron, Waterloo & Simcoe Counties. Mounted on cloth.
  54. Map of Grey County, compiled from the original Government Surveys and incorporating deviations established by Municipal by-laws. 1908. 1" = 100 chains References to schools, post offices and churches, lots and concessions. Geo. M. Hendry Co. Ltd. Toronto. Mounted on cloth.
  55. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Gowganda Sheet 8N.E. 1919, and Ontario & Quebec - Timiskaming Sheet 9N.W. 1919. 1" = 3.95 miles. Legends to both. Mounted on cloth.
  56. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Windsor Sheet 1S.W. 1915. 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Essex, Kent, Lambton and parts of Elgin, Middlesex and Huron Counties. Mounted on cloth.
  57. United States: Geological Survey. Topography, State of New York, Welsport Triangle. August 1902, (reprinted Oct. 1912). 1" = 1 mile. Mounted on cloth.
  58. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Toronto & Muskoka Sheet 2N.W. & 9S.W. (part only). 1914. 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. York, Ontario, Victoria Muskoka and portions of Halton, Peel, Simcoe, Durham, Peterborough, Haliburton, Nipissing and Parry Sound Counties/Districts. Mounted on cloth.
  59. Canada: Department of Mines. Fort William and Port Arthur Sheets (1925) and Thunder Cape Sheet (1924). 1" = 3.95 miles. Legend. Thunder Bay District. Mounted on cloth.
  60. Ontario: Department of Lands & Forests. Map of part of the Districts of Timiskaming, Nipissing and Sudbury in the Province of Ontario. 1920. 1" = 4 miles. Mounted on cloth.
  61. Ontario: Department of Lands and Forests. Map of part of the Huron and Ottawa Territories, Ontario showing the Districts of Parry Sound, Muskoka and part of Nipissing, County of Haliburton etc. 1919. 1" = 5 miles. Paper (very fragile).
  62. Canada: Department of the Interior. Index map to Eastern Canada, showing standard sheets issued by the Natural Resources Intelligence Service. 1927 No scale. Paper.
  63. To Lake Abitibi from Temiskaming. Printed from specially prepared drawings in the possession of Michie & Co. Ltd., Toronto, Grocers and Dealers in camping supplies. n.d. 1" = 8 miles. Canoe Route 19. Paper.
  64. Lake Temagami, Lady Evelyn lake, Smoothwater Lake and Sturgeon River. Canoe Route 23. n.d. 1" = 2 miles. Michie & Co. Ltd., Toronto. Paper.
  65. Ontario: Department of Lands, Forests and Mines. Map of the Province of Ontario showing counties, townships, railways and post offices. 1912. 1" = 12 miles. Hastings County eastwards only. Top portion is a map of the Northwesterly Part of Ontario (Parry Sound to the District of Kenora, or New Ontario) 1912. 1" = 40 miles. Paper. Ratty.
  66. Part of map of the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario. n.d., no scale, no publisher. Mounted on cloth. 31 3/4" x 42 3/4"
  67. Part of map of the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, n.d., no scale, no publisher. Mounted on cloth. 33 3/8" x 34 3/8"
  68. The Lakelands of Northern Ontario, by J.H. MacKay, 1918. Sheet 40. 1" = 4 miles. Lakes Nipissing, Temagami, Timiskaming. Paper.
  69. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - English River Sheet #28. 1918. 1" = 7.89 miles. Legend. Parts of Thunder Bay, Rainy River, Kenora & Patricia Districts. Paper.
  70. Canada: Department of the Interior, Ontario - Nipigon Sheet #29. 1917. 1" = 7.89 miles. Legend. Nipigon & Thunder Bay Districts. Paper.
  71. Ontario: Department of Lands & Forests. Map of a part of Northern Ontario, showing the Districts of Timiskaming, Sudbury, Algoma and part of Nipissing. 1920. 1" = 8 miles. Paper.
  72. Country Between Lake Temagami and the Sturgeon River. by Michie & Co. n.d. Canoe Route #28. 1" = 1 mile. Paper.
  73. Michie & Co. Map - Sheet 2, (Morris' label - Abitibi to James Bay north half). n.d. [Canoe Route]. 1" = 1 mile. Paper.
  74. Michie & Co. Map - Sheet 1, (Morris' label - Abitibi to James Bay - south half) n.d. [Canoe Route]. 1" = 1 mile. Paper.
  75. Ontario: Department of Lands and Forests. Map of the Districts of Timiskaming, Nipissing & Sudbury. 1920. 1" = 4 miles. Paper.
  76. Canada: Department of the Interior. Southern British Columbia. 5th edition, 1924. Legend. 1" = 7.89 miles. "Showing disposition of lands within the Railway Belt." Paper.
  77. Canada: Department of the Interior, British Columbia - Vancouver Island Sheet 16. 1923. 1" = 7.89 miles. Legend. Paper.
  78. Canada: Department of the Interior, British Columbia - Victoria Sheet 17. 1922. 1" = 7.89 miles. Legend. Paper.

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