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Image No: NA-5070-2

Title: Saddlery workshop, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Date: [before 1890]

Remarks: Eneas McCormick learned the leather trade at this shop.

Subject(s): Vancouver, British Columbia - Industry / Vancouver, British Columbia - Commerce / Vancouver, British Columbia - Buildings / Buildings - Interiors / Harness making and trade / Leather workers / Saddlery

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Image No: NA-5070-3

Title: Heney's saddlers, Vancouver, British Columbia

Date: [before 1898]

Photographer/Illustrator: Milne, A., Vancouver, British Columbia

Remarks: Frank Heney, 4th from left. Eneas McCormick, 3rd from left. Note horse collars in window.

Subject(s): Vancouver, British Columbia - Personalities / Vancouver, British Columbia - Commerce / Vancouver, British Columbia - Buildings / Saddlery / Harness making and trade

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Image No: NA-5070-4

Title: Great West Saddlery Company float on 8th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1898]

Photographer/Illustrator: Snider, K. W., Kingston and Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Between Centre and 1st Street SW. Eneas Edward McCormick in front of doorway, left. James Hornby, 5th from left. Buildings, L-R: Union Bank (in Ward Block), Ellis & Grogan, insurance, Kerr Brothers, Calgary Wine and Spirit, James Dupen,unknown, unknown, unknown, Nolan's Hall (with bay window, 2nd floor).

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Streets (Business) / Calgary, Alberta - Buildings / Parades

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Image No: NA-5070-14

Title: William James Riley family, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1900-1905]

Photographer/Illustrator: Curlette, E. B., Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: William James Riley was a partner in Riley and McCormick. Retired before 1910. Back row, L-R: Lottie Riley, Annie Jean Riley(1891-1943); front row, Mrs. William Riley, William Riley Jr., Victor Riley, William Riley.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Women's clothing / Men's clothing / Hats

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Image No: NA-5070-12

Title: Eneas McCormick house, Scarboro area, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1912-1913]

Remarks: Located at 228 Scarboro Avenue SW.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Dwellings

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Image No: NA-3724-3

Title: Eneas McCormick house, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca, 1915]

Remarks: Eneas McCormick moved into the Scarboro district in 1912. He founded CFCN radio, was one of the founders of Riley and McCormick and became a Calgary alderman and deputy mayor.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Dwellings

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Image No: NA-3724-5

Title: Children with small car in front of Eneas McCormick home, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1916

Remarks: Located at 228 Scarboro Avenue, SW.
Car belonged to Edward J. McCormick who became a well-known criminal lawyer in Calgary.
Eneas McCormick moved into the Scarboro district in 1912. He founded CFCN radio, was one of the founders of Riley and McCormick and became a Calgary alderman and deputy mayor.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Dwellings

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Image No: NA-3724-9

Title: Automobile and child's car in front of Frank Moodie home, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1916

Remarks: Frank Moodie home was located at 238 Scarboro Avenue, SW.
Dan McCormick is seated in large car, Edward J. McCormick, later criminal lawyer, in child's car.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Transportation / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Dwellings

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Image No: NA-3724-4

Title: Eneas McCormick home, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1918

Remarks: Located at 228 Scarboro Avenue, SW.
Mary Louise McCormick in front yard.
Eneas McCormick moved into the Scarboro district in 1912. He founded CFCN radio, was one of the founders of Riley and McCormick and became a Calgary alderman and deputy mayor.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Dwellings

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Image No: NA-3724-8

Title: Parlour of Eneas McCormick home, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. early 1920s]

Remarks: Located at 228 Scarboro Avenue, SW.
Eneas McCormick moved into the Scarboro district in 1912. He founded CFCN radio, was one of the founders of Riley and McCormick and became a Calgary alderman and deputy mayor.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Dwellings / Dwellings - Interiors / Living rooms

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