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''Evening' on Burrard Inlet' by Robert M. Love, 1907.
"'Evening' on Burrard Inlet" by Robert M. Love, 1907.
This photograph was featured in his ad in Henderson's City of Vancouver Directory 1908, p. 139. The Wikimedia page mistitled it "Evenings on Burrard Inlet" There are quotation marks on the mount around the word evening to indicate this image was manipulated in the darkroom to produce an evening or nighttime effect. Part of the Canadian Copyright Collection at the British Library.
Owner of original: British Library
 
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'511--Steamers Zealous and Scout in Esquimault Harbor.'
"511--Steamers Zealous and Scout in Esquimault Harbor."
Part of the Vancouver Island stereograph series photographed by E.J. Muybridge and published by Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco, ca. 1868. HMS Zealous was the ship on which the private photographer and sketch artist C.H. Bodurtha was working in 1868. HMS Scout was the vessel on which Frederick Dally circumnavigated Vancouver Island in 1866.
Owner of original: Private collection
 
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'First picture taken by R.T.W. in old theatre building, Government at Victoria', 1860s.
"First picture taken by R.T.W. in old theatre building, Government at Victoria", 1860s.
Title from BC Archives photograph. Courtesy of BC Archives, Item F-05825.
Owner of original: BC Archives
 
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'Indian Chief's Grave, Wrangel'
"Indian Chief's Grave, Wrangel"
Mrs. R. Maynard, Artist, stamp on bottom of mounted photograph taken by Richard Maynard at Wrangel, Alaska, 14 Jun 1879.
Owner of original: Dick Wood
56.46467174021489, -132.38473892211914
 
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'Licentious Photograph' news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 3 Nov 1869, p. 3.
"Licentious Photograph" news, Victoria Colonist, 3 Nov 1869, p. 3.
Both J.A. Craigg and Noah Shakespeare wrote letters to the editor, published on 4 Nov 1869, in which they assumed this news item had been aimed at their studio.
 
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'Notice. Richard H. Trueman, Deceased.', <i>British Columbia Gazette</i>, 16 Mar 1911, p. 3555
"Notice. Richard H. Trueman, Deceased.", British Columbia Gazette, 16 Mar 1911, p. 3555
 
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'The Great Bluff on the Thompson River, B.C.', <i>Canadian Illustrated News</i>, 24 Feb 1872, p. 116.
"The Great Bluff on the Thompson River, B.C.", Canadian Illustrated News, 24 Feb 1872, p. 116.
An etching based on Frederick Dally's photograph from 1867 or 1868.
 
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'Trueman's Studio' news, <i>British Columbia Review</i>, 1906.
"Trueman's Studio" news, British Columbia Review, 1906.
 
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<i>Christmas Tree Program</i>, Teller, AK, 25 Dec 1901.
Christmas Tree Program, Teller, AK, 25 Dec 1901.
An ad for Eugen Androchourcz appears on this sheet.
 
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<i>Cumberland Islander</i> ad, 8 Mar 1919, p. 1
Cumberland Islander ad, 8 Mar 1919, p. 1
 
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A photographer, possibly Arthur S. Rappertie, timing an exposure.
A photographer, possibly Arthur S. Rappertie, timing an exposure.
Photograph by S.A. Spencer. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. G-03300 (catalogue no. HP096449); copied from Camera album no. 37.
Owner of original: BVIPA
48.4275, -123.367259
 
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A S.J. Thompson photo bearing his number 1290 prefixed by 'T' and credited to Shaw Brothers Limited by the latter.
A S.J. Thompson photo bearing his number 1290 prefixed by "T" and credited to Shaw Brothers Limited by the latter.
While the image content date of ca. 1891 is approximately correct, the Shaw Brothers were not in existence at that time. City of Vancouver Archives Item: Out P796.3 - View from Upper Springs Banff
Owner of original: City of Vancouver Archives
 
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A. Douglas and Company ad, Vancouver <i>Daily News-Advertiser</i>, 22 Sep 1896, p. 2.
A. Douglas and Company ad, Vancouver Daily News-Advertiser, 22 Sep 1896, p. 2.
Their business failed and the assets were put up for sale by the bailiff.
 
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A. Douglas and Company news, Vancouver <i>Daily News-Advertiser</i>, 23 Aug 1893, p. 8.
A. Douglas and Company news, Vancouver Daily News-Advertiser, 23 Aug 1893, p. 8.
 
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A.B. Thom ad, Regina <i>Leader</i>, 20 Dec 1894, p. 5.
A.B. Thom ad, Regina Leader, 20 Dec 1894, p. 5.
Note the reference to Rocky Mountain views for sale.
 
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A.B. Thom news, <i>Manitoba Weekly Free Press</i>, 23 Dec 1886, p. 8.
A.B. Thom news, Manitoba Weekly Free Press, 23 Dec 1886, p. 8.
The article notes that he had gathered some 2,000 negatives over the past six months as the official photographer for the CPR.
 
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A.B. Thom stereo, Canadian Pacific Railway line, Bear Creek Glen, Selkirk Mountains, 1880s-1890s.
A.B. Thom stereo, Canadian Pacific Railway line, Bear Creek Glen, Selkirk Mountains, 1880s-1890s.
The photograph depicts a CPR pusher engine at the rear of a flatbed car. Thom took the stereo and also published it.
Owner of original: Private collection
 
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A.B. Thom, Canadian Pacific Railway line, Kicking Horse Canyon, 1890s.
A.B. Thom, Canadian Pacific Railway line, Kicking Horse Canyon, 1890s.
The title is "2140--Seventh and Eighth Crossing Kicking Horse Canyon". Courtesy of BC Archives, Item B-06988.
Owner of original: BC Archives
 
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A.B. Thom, Kamloops, ca. 1886.
A.B. Thom, Kamloops, ca. 1886.
The Canadian Pacific Railway bridge visible in the background does not appear in a similar photo by Thom's former partner, F.V. Bingham. Courtesy of BC Archives, Item G-00075.
Owner of original: BC Archives
 
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A.C. Hirschfeld ad, <i>Atlin Claim</i>, 3 Jun 1899, p. 1.
A.C. Hirschfeld ad, Atlin Claim, 3 Jun 1899, p. 1.
 
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A.C. Hirschfeld news, Vancouver <i>Province</i>, 15 Sep 1900, p. 9.
A.C. Hirschfeld news, Vancouver Province, 15 Sep 1900, p. 9.
A description of the losses suffered in the 31 Aug 1900 Atlin fire.
 
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A.C. Hirschfeld portrait, 1899-1900.
A.C. Hirschfeld portrait, 1899-1900.
Enlargement of BC Archives, Item A-06725.
Owner of original: BC Archives
 
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A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Atlin, BC.
A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Atlin, BC.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. D-06272.
Owner of original: BVIPA
Date: [1899]
59.585804015940816, -133.68850708007812
 
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A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Pearl St., Atlin, BC, 1899-1900.
A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Pearl St., Atlin, BC, 1899-1900.
Left to right, the three men are E.L. de Lamare, Paris; A.C. Hirschfeld, London; and E. Crom, Paris. In another BC Archives photograph, Item F-00178, the men are posed differently.
Image courtesy of BC Archives Item A-06725.
Owner of original: BC Archives
 
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A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Pearl St., Atlin, BC, 1899-1900.
A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Pearl St., Atlin, BC, 1899-1900.
Left to right, the three men are E.L. de Lamare, Paris; A.C. Hirschfeld, London; and E. Crom, Paris. In another BC Archives photograph, Item A-06725, the men are posed differently. Image courtesy of BC Archives Item F-00178.
Owner of original: BC Archives
59.58737981970158, -133.692626953125
 
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A.C. Pillsbury portrait, 1924.
A.C. Pillsbury portrait, 1924.
This caricature by Ralph O. Yardley accompanied a biographical sketch by G.E. Reynolds published in the Stockton Evening and Sunday Record on 24 May 1924.
 
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A.D. Coltman photographed at the Steffens-Colmer Studios Ltd. with a camera, ca. 1943.
A.D. Coltman photographed at the Steffens-Colmer Studios Ltd. with a camera, ca. 1943.
City of Vancouver Archives reference code: AM1545-S3-: CVA 586-1039
 
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A.D. Kean, with camera, near Wainwright, AB, Oct 1925.
A.D. Kean, with camera, near Wainwright, AB, Oct 1925.
The Vancouver filmmaker and his assistant J.R. Nesbit, with tripod, pose with others while filming Policing the Plains at Buffalo National Park, near Wainwright, AB. Courtesy of BC Archives, Item G-08578.
Owner of original: BC Archives
 
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A.D. Worgan's ad, <i>Midway Advance</i>, 26 Apr 1894, p. 1.
A.D. Worgan's ad, Midway Advance, 26 Apr 1894, p. 1.
C.W. Holliday had an ad on the same page for his studio in Vernon.
50.263769, -119.273734
 
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A.F. Mercer news item, <i>Omineca Herald</i>, 10 Jun 1921, p. 1.
A.F. Mercer news item, Omineca Herald, 10 Jun 1921, p. 1.
About a hunting trip to Mount Robson.
 
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A.H. 'Harry' Priest news item, <i>Nicola Valley News</i>, 20 Oct 1911, p. 1.
A.H. "Harry" Priest news item, Nicola Valley News, 20 Oct 1911, p. 1.
About his disposing of his studio business to C.F. Hooper. Priest would continue to photograph, taking on outdoor work.
 
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A.H. Maynard ad, <i>Daily Colonist</i>, 3 Feb 1915, p. 6.
A.H. Maynard ad, Daily Colonist, 3 Feb 1915, p. 6.
He advertised his photo supply business under various names over about three decades.
 
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A.H. Maynard ad, <i>Victoria Daily Times</i>, 9 May 1908, p. 9.
A.H. Maynard ad, Victoria Daily Times, 9 May 1908, p. 9.
 
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A.H. Maynard ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 17 Jan 1912, p. 5.
A.H. Maynard ad, Victoria Colonist, 17 Jan 1912, p. 5.
In the ad he called his business Maynard's Photo Stock House.
 
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A.H. Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 25 May 1892, p. 8.
A.H. Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 25 May 1892, p. 8.
About his visit to the community of Plumper's Pass on Mayne Island. He not only took photographs, he also presented a lantern slide show and collected objects for the Provincial Museum.
 
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A.H. Maynard or Frank Halhed photograph, 189-?
A.H. Maynard or Frank Halhed photograph, 189-?
The photograph depicts Tow-kau-ahl, the fish charmer, and his sister Taul-kun, of Duncan, BC. This portrait was also reproduced as a postcard by the Victoria firm T.N. Hibben and Company and a stereograph by Nerlich and Company. The BC Archives version of this photograph is credited to either A.H. Maynard or Frank Halhed and as of 1 Dec 2023 was flipped horizontally so the woman is on the left. Courtesy of BC Archives, Item F-05165.
Owner of original: BC Archives
 
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A.H. Maynard portrait, 1890s.
A.H. Maynard portrait, 1890s.
Likely taken in his mother's studio (Mrs. R. Maynard), on his right breast is a head-and-shoulders portrait of his first wife, Adelaide Maud Maynard, who passed away in 1892. Courtesy of BC Archives, Item no. I-51981
Owner of original: BC Archives
 
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A.J. Robertson news item, <i>Prince George Citizen</i>, 22 Oct 1925, p. 8.
A.J. Robertson news item, Prince George Citizen, 22 Oct 1925, p. 8.
About his relocating his Prince George studio.
 
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A.J. Robertson's ad or notice, <i>Prince George Citizen</i>, 5 Nov 1931, p. 8.
A.J. Robertson's ad or notice, Prince George Citizen, 5 Nov 1931, p. 8.
About his new studio in South Fort George; this notice or ad appeared directly above another ad for the studio's relocation.
 
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A.J. Robertson's ad, <i>Prince George Citizen</i>, 24 Feb 1927, p. 7.
A.J. Robertson's ad, Prince George Citizen, 24 Feb 1927, p. 7.
 
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A.J. Robertson's ad, <i>Prince George Citizen</i>, 5 Nov 1931, p. 8.
A.J. Robertson's ad, Prince George Citizen, 5 Nov 1931, p. 8.
About relocating his studio to South Fort George; this ad appeared directly below another ad or notice about the studio's relocation.
 
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A.J. Robertson's ad, <i>Prince George Citizen</i>, 7 May 1925, p. 4.
A.J. Robertson's ad, Prince George Citizen, 7 May 1925, p. 4.
Announcing the opening of his Prince George studio.
 
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A.J. Ross ID, 1887.
A.J. Ross ID, 1887.
From a studio portrait of T'suu T'ina chief (Stone-Ack-Soh-Gan or Chief Bulls Head), Calgary, AB. Ross copyrighted this portrait with the Canadian Dept. of Agriculture in 1887. Courtesy of McCord Stewart Museum, object no. MP-0000.359.4.
Owner of original: McCord Stewart Museum
Date: 1887
 
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A.J. Ross ID, 1888.
A.J. Ross ID, 1888.
From a studio portrait of Crowfoot, Kainai chief, Calgary, AB. Courtesy of McCord Stewart Museum, object no. MP-0000.359.3.
Owner of original: McCord Stewart Museum
Date: 1888
 
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A.J. Ross photograph of the Canadian Pacific Railway Last Spike ceremony, 7 Nov 1885.
A.J. Ross photograph of the Canadian Pacific Railway Last Spike ceremony, 7 Nov 1885.
One of the most iconic photographs in Canadian history. Note that some of the workers have had their clothing retouched. Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada, C-003693.
Owner of original: Library and Archives Canada
 
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A.J. Ross' gravestone closeup, Union Cemetery, Calgary, AB.
A.J. Ross' gravestone closeup, Union Cemetery, Calgary, AB.
Status: Located; Ross took the only known photographs of the Last Spike ceremony for the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway on 7 Nov 1885 at Craigellachie, BC.
Owner of original: K. Buckley
Date: 2008
51.055149, -114.062438
 
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A.J. Ross' gravestone, Union Cemetery, Calgary, AB.
A.J. Ross' gravestone, Union Cemetery, Calgary, AB.
Status: Located; Ross took the only known photographs of the Last Spike ceremony for the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway on 7 Nov 1885 at Craigellachie, BC.
Owner of original: K. Buckley
Date: 2008
51.055149, -114.062438
 
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A.J. Smyth imprint, stereograph verso, ca. 1885.
A.J. Smyth imprint, stereograph verso, ca. 1885.
The photograph is titled on the print surface "D. Mann's Tunnel on Columbia".
Owner of original: Private collection
 
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A.J. Smyth imprint, stereograph verso, ca. 1885.
A.J. Smyth imprint, stereograph verso, ca. 1885.
The photograph depicts a Canadian Pacific Railway bridge.
Owner of original: Private collection
 
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A.J. Smyth stereo, ca. 1885.
A.J. Smyth stereo, ca. 1885.
The photograph is titled on the print surface "D. Mann's Tunnel on Columbia". Sir Donald Mann (1853-1934) was a railway contractor whose crews worked on the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the Rocky Mountains.
Owner of original: Private collection
 

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