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Hamilton Family fonds

The photograph collection of the Hamilton Family fonds details Dr. T.G. (Thomas Glendenning) and Lillian Hamilton's investigations of psychic phenomena in their home in Winnipeg, Manitoba between 1918 and 1945. The images detail numerous aspects of spiritualism including telekinesis, teleplasm, trance states and various other psychic phenomena.

To view a description of this fonds and a finding aid for the collection, click here.

This site is comprised of over seven hundred images from the Hamilton Family Photograph collection. The entirety of the photograph collection has been digitized with the exception of duplicate photographs of the same image. It includes digital reproductions of photographs, stereo photographs, slides, negatives and glass slide negatives, as well as some accompanying textual records.

Click here to view the digitized material.

Click here to view a compilation of photographs set to original music, or view it on YouTube.

We greatly acknowledge the financial support of the Manitoba Department of Culture, Heritage and Tourism and the Heritage Grants advisory council.

Note: To view the digitized material on this website you will have to enable pop-up windows on your computer's web browser.

If using Internet Explorer (XP SP2), Go to "Tools"|"Pop-up Blocker"|"Turn Off Pop-up Blocker" OR Keep the Control (Ctrl) key pressed down while clicking on the links to the digitized material.

If using Mozilla Firefox, Go to "Tools"|"Options"|"Web Features" and uncheck "Block Popup Windows."

If using Safari, Go to "Safari"|"Block Pop-up Windows" and make sure that menu option is unchecked.


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