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R.Z. Tashiro imprint from front of photo mount
R.Z. Tashiro imprint from front of photo mount
 
 
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Richard Broadbridge's ad, <i>Vancouver City Directory</i> (Henderson, 1911), p. 1641.
Richard Broadbridge's ad, Vancouver City Directory (Henderson, 1911), p. 1641.
Note that "He takes motion pictures, too", which makes him one of the first professional cinematographers in Vancouver, edging out A.D. "Cowboy" Kean for that honor by two years. 
 
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Richard Mayard cartouche from the verso of a stereograph, 1878 03 20.
Richard Mayard cartouche from the verso of a stereograph, 1878 03 20.
The stereograph is the wedding party of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harris, nee Martha Douglas. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records catalogue no. HP002719. 
 
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Richard Maynard cartouche, verso of carte-de-visite.
Richard Maynard cartouche, verso of carte-de-visite.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records catalogue no. HP002550. 
 
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Richard Maynard's ad, <i>Colonist</i> (Victoria), 1874 05 02.
Richard Maynard's ad, Colonist (Victoria), 1874 05 02.
The last appearance of this ad for his boot and shoe store business on Fort Street, the next day a new ad appeared announcing the relocation of his business to the corner of Douglas and Johnson streets, a building he shared with his wife's photography business. 
 
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Richard Maynard's ad, <i>Colonist</i> (Victoria), 1874 06 09.
Richard Maynard's ad, Colonist (Victoria), 1874 06 09.
Richard relocated his boot and shoe business to the same building he and his wife shared for her photography business. This ad began running on 3 May 1874. 
 
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S.A Spencer cartouche from the verso of a photograph.
S.A Spencer cartouche from the verso of a photograph.
This design also appears on the verso of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. A-01976 (catalogue no. HP004807). 
 
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S.A. Spencer cartouche from the verso of a photograph.
S.A. Spencer cartouche from the verso of a photograph.
 
 
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S.A. Spencer cartouche from verso of a portrait.
S.A. Spencer cartouche from verso of a portrait.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. G-07221 (catalogue no. HP002232).
 
 
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S.A. Spencer cartouche from verso of a portrait.
S.A. Spencer cartouche from verso of a portrait.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. A-07776 (catalogue no. HP022004). 
 
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S.A. Spencer cartouche from verso of a portrait.
S.A. Spencer cartouche from verso of a portrait.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records catalogue no. HP049988. 
 
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S.A. Spencer's ad, <i>Colonist</i> (Victoria), 1875 06 29.
S.A. Spencer's ad, Colonist (Victoria), 1875 06 29.
 
 
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S.A. Spencer's ad, <i>Colonist</i>, 1862 01 14.
S.A. Spencer's ad, Colonist, 1862 01 14.
 
 
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S.A. Spencer's ad, <i>Colonist</i>, 1875 07 09.
S.A. Spencer's ad, Colonist, 1875 07 09.
 
 
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S.A. Spencer's ad, <i>Victoria Gazette</i>, 1859 07 23.
S.A. Spencer's ad, Victoria Gazette, 1859 07 23.
As the daguerreotype was a 20 year old process by 1859 and had by then been superseded by the wet collodion (wet plate) negative process, it is unlikely Spencer was taking daguerreotypes. 
 
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S.J. Thompson's ad, <i>News-Advertiser</i> (Vancouver), 1896 05 31.
S.J. Thompson's ad, News-Advertiser (Vancouver), 1896 05 31.
The Point Ellice Bridge collapse occurred on 26 May 1896. Remarkably, S.J. Thompson happened to be in Victoria and was able to be on the scene, according to this ad, within 10 minutes. Over four dozen men, women and children were killed in this tragic event.  
 
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S.J. Thompson's studio, 620 Columbia St., New Westminster.
S.J. Thompson's studio, 620 Columbia St., New Westminster.
S.J. Thompson's studio was destroyed in the New Westminster Fire on September 11, 1898. Fortunately, Thompson had opened a new studio in neighboring Vancouver in December 1897 and had moved his landscape negatives there. This lithograph is possibly from the West Shore periodical. Image courtesty of BC Archives, Visual Records call number B-09366.
 
 
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Savannah and Company article, <i>Colonit</i>, 5 Feb 1892, p. 5.
Savannah and Company article, Colonit, 5 Feb 1892, p. 5.
Describes "new quarters in the Five Sisters' Block." 
 
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Spencer and Hastings cartouche from the verso of photograph.
Spencer and Hastings cartouche from the verso of photograph.
 
 
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Spencer and Hastings cartouche from verso of photograph.
Spencer and Hastings cartouche from verso of photograph.
 
 
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Spencer and Hastings cartouche from verso of photograph.
Spencer and Hastings cartouche from verso of photograph.
 
 
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Spencer and Hastings cartouche from verso of photograph.
Spencer and Hastings cartouche from verso of photograph.
 
 
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Spencer and Hastings identification on front of photo mount.
Spencer and Hastings identification on front of photo mount.
 
 
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Stanley Brothers ad, <i>News-Advertiser</i> (Vancouver), 1889 10 17.
Stanley Brothers ad, News-Advertiser (Vancouver), 1889 10 17.
 
 
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Sunbeam Photo and Art Company's ad from the <i>Williams Illustrated Official British Columbia Directory 1892</i>.
Sunbeam Photo and Art Company's ad from the Williams Illustrated Official British Columbia Directory 1892.
 
 
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Sunbeam Photo and Art Company's ad, <i>News-Advertiser</i> (Vancouver), 1891 10 17.
Sunbeam Photo and Art Company's ad, News-Advertiser (Vancouver), 1891 10 17.
 
 
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T.B. Straiton's ad, <i>News-Advertiser</i> (Vancouver), 1894 01 04.
T.B. Straiton's ad, News-Advertiser (Vancouver), 1894 01 04.
 
 
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T.B. Straiton's ad, <i>News-Advertiser</i> (Vancouver), 1894 01 05.
T.B. Straiton's ad, News-Advertiser (Vancouver), 1894 01 05.
 
 
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T.H. Moore's ad, <i>World</i> (Vancouver), 1895 08 06.
T.H. Moore's ad, World (Vancouver), 1895 08 06.
 
 
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T.H. Moore's ad, <i>World</i> (Vancouver), 1895 08 22.
T.H. Moore's ad, World (Vancouver), 1895 08 22.
 
 
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T.H. Moore's ad, <i>World</i> (Vancouver), 1895 10 16.
T.H. Moore's ad, World (Vancouver), 1895 10 16.
 
 
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T.H. Moore's ad, <i>World</i> (Vancouver), 1896 02 27.
T.H. Moore's ad, World (Vancouver), 1896 02 27.
 
 
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Theatre Photographic Gallery's cartouche from the verso of a carte-de-visite.
Theatre Photographic Gallery's cartouche from the verso of a carte-de-visite.
This Victoria studio was owned by George Robinson and this photograph was owned by his great-grandson, R.S. Vickers (1917-2008). 
 
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This <i>Brooklyn News</i> notice (6 Aug 1898, p. 3) may have misidentified Bonney by the first initials of A.G. instead of F.L., the latter being used in his ad in the same paper.
This Brooklyn News notice (6 Aug 1898, p. 3) may have misidentified Bonney by the first initials of A.G. instead of F.L., the latter being used in his ad in the same paper.
 
 
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Thomas Mills' catalogue cover, ca. 1891-1892.
Thomas Mills' catalogue cover, ca. 1891-1892.
Issued in Bangor, North Wales, this cover poetically summarizes Mills' 1890-1891 tour of Canada as part of a British farmers delegation. 
 
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Thrift Meldrum stamp on verso of photo print, ca. 1910s.
Thrift Meldrum stamp on verso of photo print, ca. 1910s.
 
 
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Toronto Camera Club 1902 exhibit entries from Isabel C. Taylor
Toronto Camera Club 1902 exhibit entries from Isabel C. Taylor
 
 
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Trueman and Caple's cartouche from the verso of a landscape photograph.
Trueman and Caple's cartouche from the verso of a landscape photograph.
The photograph depicts the yacht "Syren" under sail with the Evans, Coleman and Evans dock and building in the background. Image courtesy of City of Vancouver Archives, Add. MSS. 54, Major Matthews collection, Collected photographs, Bo P152 (Bo N52). 
 
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Uren and Hoyt's ad, <i>Colonist</i> (Victoria), 1874 05 02.
Uren and Hoyt's ad, Colonist (Victoria), 1874 05 02.
 
 
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Uren and Hoyt's ad, <i>Colonist</i> (Victoria), 1874 06 09.
Uren and Hoyt's ad, Colonist (Victoria), 1874 06 09.
 
 
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Uren and Hoyt's announcement of their purchase of Noah Shakespeare's gallery, <i>Colonist</i> (Victoria), 1874 04 30.
Uren and Hoyt's announcement of their purchase of Noah Shakespeare's gallery, Colonist (Victoria), 1874 04 30.
 
 
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Uren and Mountain's cartouche from the verso of a portrait.
Uren and Mountain's cartouche from the verso of a portrait.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, BC Archives Visual Records call no. G-05381 (HP002783). 
 
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Vancouver Photographic Company's ad, <i>World</i> (Vancouver), 1892 07 14.
Vancouver Photographic Company's ad, World (Vancouver), 1892 07 14.
 
 
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Vaughan's Photographic Gallery's ad from <i>The British Columbian and Victoria Guide and Directory for 1863</i>, p. 18.
Vaughan's Photographic Gallery's ad from The British Columbian and Victoria Guide and Directory for 1863, p. 18.
The studio was in the Victoria Theatre building. 
 
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W. Gourlie Blackie signature-like identification.
W. Gourlie Blackie signature-like identification.
This signature-like identification is found on the back of BC Archives photo no. HP080024.  
 
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W.F. Robertson's plan to open a photo studio in Seattle and his arrival in Seattle on the <i>New World</i>.
W.F. Robertson's plan to open a photo studio in Seattle and his arrival in Seattle on the New World.
Puget Sound Weekly Gazette, 1 Apr 1867, p. 3. 
 
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W.M. Ashman cartouche from the back of a carte-de-visite view of a home, between 1867 and early 1870s.
W.M. Ashman cartouche from the back of a carte-de-visite view of a home, between 1867 and early 1870s.
Verso of BC Archives catalogue no. HP030027, the R.E. Jackson residence, Swallowfield, on Richardson Street, Victoria, BC. 
 
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W.M. Ashman cartouche from the back of a carte-de-visite, ca. 1870?
W.M. Ashman cartouche from the back of a carte-de-visite, ca. 1870?
Verso of BC Archives catalogue no. HP006438, a carte-de-visite portrait of Kenneth McKenzie, Jr. 
 
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Wadds Brothers' ad, <i>World</i> (Vancouver), 1892 12 02.
Wadds Brothers' ad, World (Vancouver), 1892 12 02.
 
 
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Wadds Brothers' ad, <i>World</i> (Vancouver), 1892 12 20.
Wadds Brothers' ad, World (Vancouver), 1892 12 20.
 
 

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