Stuk MPH15.1.4 - "Fan-wing Mayflies" Print

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"Fan-wing Mayflies" Print

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CA ON00154 MPH15.1-MPH15.1.4

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  • 1996 (Vervaardig)
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    Greer, Douglas R.

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33.5"x30.5" Framed

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(1927-)

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Douglas R. Greer is an avid fly-fisherman who collected many prints on fly-fishing. He had a passion for documenting and saving the manufacturing sector, the natural environment and fly-fishing. He moved to Brampton to become a master tool maker at Lustro Steel Products and later retired in 1989 and returned to Port Hope. Douglas donated his collection of 10 fly-fishing prints to the Municipality of Port Hope in 2014. The Municipality of Port Hope transferred them to the Port Hope Archives in 2015.

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Transferred to the Port Hope Archives by the Clerk's Department, Municipality of Port Hope; Donated to the Municipality of Port Hope by Douglas R. Greer from his personal collection.

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Item is a framed print from the Douglas R. Greer Collection entitled: "Fan-wing Mayflies," 1996. Includes the following caption: "There are more than 700 living species of North American Mayflies, but only several dozen have been copied extensively by fly-tyers, and the Fan-wing patterns were largely abandoned in the late 1800s. Though some fly-tyers would disagree, the ADAMS pattern probably began as a Mayfly, and is now North America's most popular dry fly for Trout. Mayflies are common in the mid-Atlantic Ocean."

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