Canada set of 4 cabinet card photos from London Ontario early 1900s

$31.00 USD

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Nice set of 4 cabinet photos from the Edy Brothers studio in London Ontario. Address dates photos to 1883-1920.

All are photos glued to card with company logo and information at bottom ‘Edy Brothers 214 Dundas Sr. London Ontario’. Each card has different version of the logo.

Photo of baby girl sitting on a chair, sister standing beside her on a fur rug

Written on back:

 "To Auntie Horense. Gracie 2y & 2 months – Allie 6 months"

Smudging/toning LR.

Photo of 2 sisters

Pinhole at top. Smudges and small rust spots

Photo of lady in glamorous long dress (wedding?)

Photo of baby in white dress sitting on chair

Abrasion UR. Corner scuffs.


Photos: 14 x 10 ½ cm

Cards: 16 ½ x 10 ¾ cm

(Red text is an electronic watermark that is not physically part of the photo for sale)


The Edy Bros. Photography Studio was very much a family run business spanning several decades between the 1860's until the early 1920s in Brantford and London, Ontario, Canada. Brothers James Newbury (1843-1890) and William Daniel (1832-1916) were the original pair who established the business. William's son Leslie Eli (1864-1919) ran the business through the 1900s until his sudden death in 1919. Franklin William ran the business shortly after and ending the business by 1922. William Wellington Bogart, the brother of William D.'s daughter, Esther, worked briefly at the London studio in 1883 before opening his own studio in Newmarket.

Brantford and Area Studios
280 Dundas Street Studio, London Ontario (1878-1882)
214 Dundas Street Studio, London Ontario (1883-1920),pair%20who%20established%20the%20business.