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||Cathedral House, Mrs Bell [?]
||Rev James Bell [?]
||Group of children's choir on steps of wooden house
||Group of children with female teacher [?] on steps
||Cathedral House, with Mrs Bell [?]
||Group of men and women indoors
||Large group on and by verandah
||Group of men indoors; Rev James Bell in front row
||Group of men and women; above them is notice 'C.E.T.S.' Church of England Temperance Society
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James Bell Newfoundland Collection
||St John's Anglican Cathedral
||1902–1912 (The dates are approximate.)
|Extent and Medium
||Several are faded (especially 50) or stained.
|Content and context|
Number 36 shows the exterior, the remainder the interior. 30, 34-35, 37, 39 show mourning for the sealing disaster of March 1914, in which 78 sealers from Newfoundland lost their lives when they were cut off on the ice in a blizzard. A pamphlet on this disaster, by the Rev James Bell, is included. The loss of the ship 'Southern Cross' at the same time brought the deaths among the fishing community to over 250. See 'Death on the Ice' (1972) by Cassie Brown.
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