This series contains 1 album and loose prints of undated Dufaycolour Slides. The slides are available for viewing. Some are discoloured and have glue residue along sides from once being in an album. Macnamara experimented with Dufaycolour an early format colour film in the 1940's, but was dissatisfied with the results. The Viewbook contains reflective sheets in order to allow the colour slide to be seen by the "Viewer". The page containing the negative must be held perpendicular to the silver sheet and towards a light source for viewing to be successful.
22 Loose, Colour 2" x 3" Negatives from Box marked "Cull Dufaycolour films":
1. Lilac Flowers
3. A bunch of Showy Lady Slipper Orchids in the woods.
4. McLachlin Piers in Ottawa River
5. Pitcher Plant
6. Roman Catholic Church and the Island in the Madawaska River taken in fall.
7. Young Woman in fur coat in the woods
8. Large evergreen tree in field
10. Trilliums in the woods.
11. A bunch of Showy Lady's Slipper Orchids in the woods
12. [Wild Flower]
13. Two Lady Slipper Orchids
14. Morning Glory at fence
15. Wood Columbine
16. [Morning Glories at fence]
17. Vase with Delphiniums
18. Fall Scene
19. [Morning Glories at fence]
20. [Soldiers on horseback at Madawaska Bridge at Baird's Service Station]
21. Eva Dupuis (neighbor from across the street)
22. Eva or Genvieve Dupuis at 12 Daniel Street.
Dufaycolour Viewbook contains 12 slides. Some of the slides are loose in the album as the adhesive has dried out.
4. Maple tree in fall taken from Macnamara house on Daniel street.
5. Charles Macnamara outside his cabin at Marshall's Bay in the fall, circa 1940
6. Pitcher Plant
7. Marshall's Bay (taken from the Upper Bay). Round spot on negative could be from a pen.
8. Tall maple tree at edge of field
9. Rocky shoreline in fall.
10. View from top floor of Macnamara's home looking east, across the Madawaska river.
11. View up the Madawaska river from the east bank.