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Governor Simcoe's House at Kingston, Ontario

Picture, 1929, English

Governor Simcoe's House at Kingston, Ontario

Picture, 1929, English

Notes

Inscribed in pen & black ink, l.l.: Owen Staples; l.c.: Gov. Simcoe's House in 1792.; In pencil, mat b.: Lieut.-Governor John Graves Simcoe's House at Kingston, Ontario, 1792. Manufacturer's blindstamp, vso l.r. [shield, within which is a lion over an illegible inscription]. Simcoe stayed here when it was the Commandant's house, and met here for the first time with his Executive Council, 8 July 1792. The house has been moved to Upper Canada Village. TEC 799

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Watercolour over pencil on wove paper. Frame (with mat) stored separately.

Extent

199 x 292 mm.

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Call Number / Accession Number

944-2-1 Cab IV Staples