Glassco's maternal grandfather, Edward Rawlings, photographed shortly after he emigrated from England. As the founder and president of the Guarantee Company of North America, he would become one of Montreal's wealthiest men. Though Glassco inherited only a small fraction of Rawlings' estate, the money enabled him to live a life of relative leisure.
The fourth of thirty posts focussing on images not found in A Gentleman of Pleasure.
The entire series can be found here.