Fonds PR-0085 - Victoria Chemical Company Limited fonds

Ship loading a Victoria Chemical Company wharf, Outer Harbour Outer wharves (Rithet's) from the Victoria Chemical Company, Dallas Road Victoria Chemical Company plant in Inner Harbour Victoria Chemical Company plant in Inner Harbour Inner Harbour from the Victoria Chemical Co. plant.  Barrels in the foreground for storing acid Ship loading at Victoria Chemical Company Wharf near Rithet's Wharf Victoria Chemical Company plant Victoria Chemical Company plant Victoria Chemical Company plant

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Victoria Chemical Company Limited fonds

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  • [1910?]-1931 (Creation)
    Victoria Chemical Company Limited

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ca. 475 photographs

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The Victoria Chemical Company, founded in part by Frederick Moore, manufactured acids, fertilizers and tree sprays. It later merged with other companies to become the Canadian Explosives Company. About 1912, it moved its operations to James Island.

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Fonds consists of photographs depicting the Victoria Chemical Works at the Inner Harbour, construction of the Canadian Explosives plant on James Island, employees of the Chemical Works, and family scenes on James Island.

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