Fonds PR 107 - Mr. Spencer fonds

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Mr. Spencer fonds

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  • [ca. 1913-1917] (Creation)
    Spencer, Mr., musician

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21 photographs

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Mr. Spencer was a musician and architect who lived in Victoria. As a musician, he often played with Stuart White's Scandals theatrical troupe that performed regularly at Stadacona Park from 1913 to 1914.

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The fonds consists of photographs, the majority of which are taken from a photo album. Images are of the Stuart White's Scandals theatrical troupe, Harrison Lake, and a Red Cross volunteer.

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Copies of some images are found in the photographic access system under the headings "Theatre" and "Social Services - Red Cross".

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BCAUL control number: CVIC-105

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