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Five dollars he would not land it and he did'nt [sic].
Five dollars he would not land it and he did'nt [sic].
Title StatementFive dollars he would not land it and he did'nt [sic].
SubjectFoote, Samuel J., 1873-1936; Warren, William Robertson, 1879-1927; Cormier, John; Morey, J.; Fly Fishing; Rivers--Newfoundland and Labrador--Grand River (Codroy Valley); Atlantic salmon fishing--Newfoundland and Labrador
Scope and ContentSamuel J. Foote fishing while John Cormier watches from the right and William Robertson Warren, J. Morey and two unidentified men watch from the left.
Date of Creation1918
Physical Description1 photograph : sepia toned ; 7.5 x 14 cm
ConditionGood
LocationPF-329.060
Biography/Admin. HistorySamuel J. Foote (1873-1936) was born in Grand Bank in 1873. Foote was called to the Newfoundland Bar in 1899 and went to practice with Sir James Winter. Foote entered into politics in 1904. Foote died on December 8, 1936. William Robertson Warren (1879-1927), son of William Henry and Jessie (Harvey) Warren, was born in St. John's in 1879. He began his political career in 1903, and became Prime Minister of Newfoundland from July 1923 - Apr 1924. Warren died suddenly on December 31, 1927.John Cormier sold the house and land at Forks Pool on the Grand River, Codroy, July 11, 1914 to the FOMOWA Fishing Club.
NotesTitle taken from caption included in album.
Accession2006.001
Collection TitleFOMOWA Fishing Records fonds
RestrictionsCopyright expired.
Source DonorPaul Crosbie
Resource TypePhotograph
TypeStill Image
FormatImage/jpeg
LanguageEng
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