File 2009.15.1.4 - Port Hope Scene Watercolours

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Port Hope Scene Watercolours

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CA ON00154 996.21-2009.15.1.4

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  • 1914 (Accumulation)
    Loucks, Barbara
    Port Hope, Municipality of

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Donated by B. Loucks in 2009 to the Port Hope Archives. Donor is the granddaughter of Etta and Charles Haultain, and the daughter of Charles Haultain and Josephine Grant.

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File consists of an art folder and watercolours by Henrietta Haultain in 1914. First painting dated Sep 1914 "The little white house in the first valley of Monkey Mt. Port Hope" and "The view from the top of the hill, Monkey Mountain Oct. 22nd 1914." This image appears to show Trinity College School.

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Henrietta Eleanor "Etta" Dennistoun (1866-1945) was born in Lindsay and was the daughter of James Frederick Dennistoun Q. C. In 1890 she married Charles Selby Haultain. That same year her husband became an assistant surgeon to the North-West Mounted Police. The family was stationed at Maple Creek, Regina, Fort Macleod and Battleford. Dr. Haultain died of influenza in 1903 and in 1904, Etta returned to Ontario with her children, Robert (Robin), Norman, Henrietta and Charles and settled in Port Hope. Her memoirs, written in 1938, were published in 2006 as "With the Mounties in the Boot and Saddle Days."

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