Nelson, BC: Queen Studio, c. 1900. Mounted Photograph. A rare period photo showing the elegant, Queen Anne style architecture of the Malone Manor whilst cloaked in snow. The Manor was raised in 1898 at 1102 Front St. in Nelson and has since been lost to fire. It was built for the prominent businessman, investor and early Mayor of Nelson, John J. Malone. Malone initially served politically as an alderman after Nelson's incorporation and then as it's Mayor from 1914 to 1916. Sepia toned gelatin silver photograph measuring 7-7/8 x 9-3/4 inches wide, mounted on decorative card mount measuring 11-5/8 x 13-3/4 inches wide with the blindstamp of "Queen Studio / Nelson, B.C." at lower right corner. Photo is in at least very good condition and gives nice detail of features such as the stained glass windows and it's extensive scroll work, mount is toned with three pin holes and small stains recto, verso w. light tide line stain. At Least Very Good. Item #3873
An uncommon and historical survivor of a now extinct architectural beauty.
Price: $195.00 CAD other currencies