- An annotated card by Lillian Hamilton that accompanied a photograph of an enlargement of the teleplasmic materialization of the face, veil, and hair of Katie King that appeared at a seance at the home of Dr. Thomas Glendenning Hamilton on November 12, 1930 for an exhibition at the Richardson Bros. Art Gallery. The card stated that the photograph was taken by a battery of cameras, that Katie King had been dead for nearly two hundred years, and that she had previously materialized before Sir William Crookes., Luna Collection ID - 28::UMANITOBALCM::NA, Luna Object ID - 84025, Luna Image ID - 119316
Hamilton Family fonds
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. This site is comprised of over 700 images from the Hamilton Family photograph collection and over 1300 notes and accompanying documentation pertaining to seances held in the Hamilton's home. 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.