File 30 - Choir of s. trans[ept] (ext) Winchster Cath[edral], England.

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Choir of s. trans[ept] (ext) Winchster Cath[edral], England.

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1 glass plate negative : b&w ; 12 x 17 cm

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(January 1, 1875-January 20, 1963)

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Charles Dickens Creighton was born January 1, 1875 to businessman and politician David Creighton (b. 1843) and Jane Elizabeth Krammer (b. 1852). Charles' father David was editor and published of the Owen Sound Times and an MPP for Grey North. In 1887 the family moved to Toronto where David helped established The Empire newspaper with Sir John A. Macdonald and later was appointed assistant Receiver-General. Charles Dickens attended the University of Toronto, graduating in 1897 and later worked as a journalist, and in education. In 1923 Charles married Gwendolyn Lloyd (1887-1976) of Milwaukee and they had a son, John David (1926-1991). Charles died January 20, 1963.

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Photograph of the choir of the south transept of Winchester Cathedral, England.

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Donated in 2018.


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Box read: Negatives B.C. 1912.

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Created July 2018

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