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History of the Atlantic Cable & Undersea Communications
from the first submarine cable of 1850 to the worldwide fiber optic network

Henry M. Ash and CS Faraday (1)
1879-1900

HENRY ASH SKETCHES: 1900

Note: Sketches with record IDs beginning with AC are in the collection of the Atlantic Cable website. All other sketches are in the collection of the Library and Archives Canada.

--Bill Burns
 
1900
Dover Bay, Nova Scotia - Waterville, Ireland - Weston Super Mare, England (Commercial Cable Company)

August 6, 1900
Cod fishing on Banquereau off Nova Scotia 6th August 1900
Library and Archives Canada - Henry Ash Fonds: e04414199

August 8, 1900
Public Gardens Halifax, Nova Scotia
Library and Archives Canada - Henry Ash Fonds: e04414200

August 8, 1900
In the Public Gardens Halifax, Nova Scotia
Library and Archives Canada - Henry Ash Fonds: e04414201

August 9, 1900
In the pine woods Halifax, Nova Scotia
Library and Archives Canada - Henry Ash Fonds: e04414206

August 10, 1900
Halifax Harbour looking south. Nova Scotia.
Cable ship Faraday coaling
Library and Archives Canada - Henry Ash Fonds: e04414202

August 10, 1900
Bedford Basin, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Library and Archives Canada - Henry Ash Fonds: e04414203

August 10, 1900
On the Bedford Road looking towards Halifax, Nova Scotia
part of the Nigger Settlement in view
Library and Archives Canada - Henry Ash Fonds: e04414204

August 11, 1900
Yachts off the northwest arm Halifax, Nova Scotia
Library and Archives Canada - Henry Ash Fonds: e04414205

Henry Ash Fonds images copyright © 2006, Library
and Archives Canada. Reproduced by permission.

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Last revised: 21 November, 2016

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—Bill Burns, publisher and webmaster: Atlantic-Cable.com