$29 The Notman Photographic Archives at the McCord Museum in Montreal contains over 1,300,000 images, documenting the social history of Montreal, Quebec and Canada. About 400,000 images were taken by the Notman Photographic Studios, founded 1856. The archive also includes about 900,000 images by other Canadian photographers, dating from the 1840’s to the 21st century. This tour, led by Anne MacKay, Head of Conservation, will give visitors an overview of the collection and a glimpse of the museum’s photography reserve. Want to delve deeper into the photographic collections of the city? Get in a little earlier and join us on the "Canadian Centre for Architecture Labs and Collections Tour" on Friday!