Canadian Illustrated News
Come to Stay, printed in 1880 in the Canadian Illustrated News, which refers to immigration to the Dominion of Canada
|Headquarters||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
The magazine was notable for being the first in the world to consistently produce photographs at a successful rate. This was possible with the financial backing of George Desbarats, as well as the invention of half-tone photoengraving by William Leggo.
A print by Henri Julien of the `Royal Military College of Canada Uniform of Cadets`, which appeared in the `Canadian Illustrated News` is in the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, Ontario. Accession Number: 19850291-004.
A print by Arthur William Moore (1863–1909), a landscape artist, of the Royal Military College of Canada `Kingston, Ont. The Canadian Military College, From the Walls of Fort Henry` c. 17 June 1876 which appeared in the `Canadian Illustrated News` is in Library and Archives Canada.
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- "The First Half-Tones". Library and Archives of Canada. Retrieved September 17, 2007.
- http://www.pro.rcip-chin.gc.ca/bd-dl/artefacts-eng.jsp Artefacts Canada
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