Acknowledgements

This exhibition has only been made possible by the help and assistance of many people.  They include those who loaned us precious items, and those who helped set up the exhibition, making exhibition display boards and display cases, hanging pictures, making fire screens and the many other tasks that were required.  The information panels would not be so informative or as interesting without the wonderful photographs which we have used with kind permission from a variety of organizations and individuals.  Last but not least we have to thank Ralph Getson - Curator of Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic Lunenburg for his fantastic knowledge, generous assistance and patience over the last 8 months as the text of the exhibition took shape.

Thank you all.

The Photographic Records in the Exhibition have been used with permission from:

John Kingswell
  • Knickles Studio and Gallery

Garry Shutlack

  • Senior Reference Archivist, Nova Scotia Archives
    & Records Management

Philip Hartling

  • Reference Archivist, Nova Scotia Archives
    & Records Management

Hugh Corkum

  • Local Lunenburg historian for photographs and information

Scott Robson

  • Nova Scotia Museum History Collection

Assistance with Setting up the Exhibition:

David Morison
Mike Severs
Kay & Don Tufts

Items Loaned for the Exhibition from:

Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
Margaret J Coolen
Hugh Corkum
Natalie Corkum
Claire Creaser
Jo Eisenhauer
Marilyn Harris-Hart
Carol Harvey-Clark
Richard Keizer
Sue & Ted Kelly
Nan Marriner
John & Jo McGee
Glo & Gerry McNeill
David Morison
Laura Mulrooney & Didier Julien - Juliens Bakery & Cafe
Caroline Perriman
Nancy Sarty - Pineapple Creek Store
Mike Severs
South Shore Players
Fiona Steele
Mark Stewart  & Marni Gent
Alex Taylor
Don & Kay Tufts
Judith Varney-Burch
Blain & Eleanor Wright - Kissing Bridge Market Place
Barbara Zwicker

Other Special Thanks to:
Jo McGee, Sue Kelly, Germaine Marshall and Judith Carey.

Thank You All -   Anne Morison and Rosie Severs - Exhibition Organizers

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Children at School
2.
Children at Play
3.
Women's Work in the Home
4.
Changes in Food Preparation
5.
Business in Town
6.
Recreation
7.
Time Line: 1830 to 1901
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Acknowledgements
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