Cramahe Archives Digital Collection
Studio portrait of Mrs. Sarah Ashby Rice
Description
Media Type
Image
Object
Item Types
Photographs
Studio portraits
Portrait photographs
Description
Hand tinted photograph of Sarah Ashby Rice (1872-1955) set in a rectangular wooden frame with gold gilding. An oval black mat with gold detailing frames the portrait.
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rice (1866-1935) and Sarah Ashby Rice (1872-1955) married on 4 June 1902 in the county of York, City of Toronto by Rev. Wesley Down. The family moved to a farm at Lot 30, Concession Broken Front, Cramahe Township in 1921. The Rices had two children - Leslie Herbert (1903-1996) and Yvonne Gertrude (1907-1986). After the deaths of both parents, Leslie and Yvonne continued to farm. Leslie later married Ethel ?. The farm was south of Colborne on Lake Ontario. The St. Lawrence Cement Company started operations west of the Rice farm and eventually bought the farm. Leslie's widow, Ethel, donated a number of Rice family items a year after his death.

Colborne Heritage Site catalogue card: "P0039 21.4.93 framed photo - Sarah Ashby Rice wife of Samuel mother of Leslie & Yvonne donated by Mrs. Leslie Rice"
Date of Original
1907
Subject(s)
Local identifier
4ar
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder
Copyright, public domain: Cramahe Township Public Library owns the rights to the archival copy of the digital image.
Contact
Cramahe Township Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
6 King Street West
PO Box 190
Colborne, ON K0K 1S0
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Studio portrait of Mrs. Sarah Ashby Rice


Hand tinted photograph of Sarah Ashby Rice (1872-1955) set in a rectangular wooden frame with gold gilding. An oval black mat with gold detailing frames the portrait.