Leal, Kenneth Malcolm

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Leal, Kenneth Malcolm

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Kenneth Malcolm Leal (sometimes spelled Lealle or Leale) appears to have been born in Tweed, Ontario and spent his early years in Windsor, Ontario. Leal expressed an early interest in photography, both taking and collecting photographs in the 1930s. In 1941 he moved to Kingston and by 1946 was employed full time as a photographer in the Kingston studio, Abraham's Studio, owned by Cliff Abrams. In 1948 Leal became the official photographer for the Canadian Locomotive Company where he remained until about 1960. He continued doing commercial photography work, sometimes under his own name as Lealle Photo Studio. He died in 1962.


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CA QUA01477

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