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Sam'l Job's first fish
Sam'l Job's first fish
Title StatementSam'l Job's first fish
SubjectJob, Samuel Ernest, (1865- 1937); Atlantic salmon fishing--Newfoundland and Labrador; Rivers--Newfoundland and Labrador--Grand River (Codroy Valley)
Scope and ContentSamuel Ernest Job and his guide presenting his newly caught salmon. The Grand River is in the background.
Date of Creation1931
Physical Description1 photograph : sepia toned ; 13.5 x 7.5 cm
Biography/Admin. HistorySamuel Ernest Job ( 1865-1937), born in St. John's, son of Agnes (Brown) and Thomas Raffles Job. In 1890 Job became a partner in Job Brothers Co. of St. John's and in Job Brothers of Liverpool. In 1909 with the incorporation of the St. John's firm he became a director. He spent most of his life in the Liverpool business, but visited Newfoundland periodically on behalf of the company.
NotesTitle taken from caption included in album.
Collection TitleFOMOWA Fishing Records fonds
RestrictionsCopyright expired.
Source DonorPaul Crosbie
Resource TypePhotograph
TypeStill Image
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