|Sir Donald Smith, Lord Strathcona, Montreal, QC, 1895|
Wm. Notman & Son II-110266.0
© McCord Museum
|Manitoba Historical Society|
"There was something a little frightening about Donald A. Smith. Perhaps it was the eyebrows - those bristling, tangled tufts that jutted out to mask the cold, uncommunicative grey eyes and provide their owner with a perpetual frown. At fifty-eight, his face leathered by the hard glare of the Labrador snows, his sandy locks and flowing beard frosted by the years, Smith had the look of a Biblical patriarch."
|Glenbow Museum Archives NA-2597-13|
Lord Strathcona and Father Lacombe, Edmonton, Alberta. September 7, 1909 Photographer/Illustrator: Byron-May Company Limited, Edmonton, Alberta