Courtesy of Nova Scotia Museum | Licence: Public Domain
Courtesy of Nova Scotia Museum | Licence: Public Domain

J. Otis King's house, King St., Windsor, N. S

Date

c. 1860

Collection

Comments? Do please tell us: [email protected]

From the Collection

Description

Watercolour J. Otis King's house. 1st of King St., Windsor, N. S. Foreground-fork of 2 streets white house, barn one other house 1 ox some logs, 2 men sitting logs. Middleground-avon river small sailboat at anchor. Background-opposite shore, distant hills sky. Label on back of backing reads "this is the House & Garden at the foot of King Street near where the railway station now stands. Then owned & occupied by J. Otis King & where he took Martha (Bowman) as a bride" "Windsor"

Inscription

Written on paper attached to reverse of frame: "This is the house and garden at the foot of King St near where the Railway station now stands. Then owned and occupied by J Otis King, + where he took Martha (Bowman) as a Bride. / Windsor."

Image Licence

Image Credit

Courtesy of Nova Scotia Museum

From the Watercolour World

Location

King Street, Windsor, Nova Scotia, Canada

Country

Tags