Nova Scotia photographer Amos Lawson Hardy died in Kentville (b. 1860). As noted in the Morning Herald on October 4, his photographic works were “sold in all parts of the world” and were a catalyst in advertising and promoting Nova Scotia, especially the Annapolis Valley Land of Evangeline, as a tourist destination. (First photo: A Modern Conception of the Maid Evangeline, by Amos Lawson Hardy, c. 1917. Second photo: Amos Lawson Hardy.)