Martha Louise Black fonds

The Martha Louise Black fonds consists of records regarding the life of Martha Black (1866-1957), a Canadian politician and the second woman elected to the Canadian House of Commons.


A fishing trip
A fishing trip
Photograph of George Black looking at the camera while standing with a fishing rod and holding fish caught during the trip trip. Martha is seen standing with a fishing rod at his side, looking down at the fish with a slight smile and hand in her pocket., Title from verso of photograph.
A snap shot from one of my flower panels
A snap shot from one of my flower panels
Photograph of [columbine?] behind a mesh panel., Title from verso of photograph.
Dawson grown vegetables
Dawson grown vegetables
Photograph of propped up boxes lined with tomatoes and a squash lying on its side at front., Title from verso of photograph.
Fishing from the boat - taken unawares
Fishing from the boat - taken unawares
Photograph of Martha Black, with back to camera, standing at the end of a wooden boat holding a fishing rod cast out into the water., Title from verso of photograph.
His Majesty's Royal Mail - and us!
His Majesty's Royal Mail - and us!
Photograph of two automobiles on a road running through snow covered terrain. Transcription on verso reads: "His Majesty's Royal Mail - and us! Over the trails with Henry Ford.", Title from verso of photograph.
Martha and George Black on dirt walkway
Martha and George Black on dirt walkway
Photograph of George and Martha Black looking at one another while standing on a dirt walkway running between tall garden plants and bushes., Title from content of photograph.
That hot Saturday
That hot Saturday
Photograph of Martha Black seated on an upturned wooden box along the rocky shore of a body of water. Behind her are three unidentified people standing and seated in a large wooden boat, anchored to the shore., Title from verso of photograph.