Nova Scotia’s Mahone Bay is a picture-perfect place, with its Church Row long being one of the province’s most photographed vistas. Now, rarely seen photos of this coastal community are also getting attention thanks to a local museum.
Wearing white gloves, Mahone Bay Museum curator Lyne Allain has been going through hundreds of historical photos lately, intent on identifying and dating them all. She’s compiled a list of what she calls “mystery photos,” many of which are more than a century old and depict daily life, like shipbuilding and even the town’s 1933 high school hockey team.
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