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1151
W.M. Ashman imprint, between 1867 and early 1870s.
W.M. Ashman imprint, between 1867 and early 1870s.
On the verso of a carte-de-visite view of the R.E. Jackson residence, Swallowfield, on Richardson Street, Victoria, BC. BC Archives catalogue no. HP030027 (item no. B-01623).
Owner of original: BC Archives
48.4275, -123.367259
 
1152
W.M. Ashman imprint, ca. 1870?
W.M. Ashman imprint, ca. 1870?
From the verso of a carte-de-visite portrait of Kenneth McKenzie, Jr. BC Archives catalogue no. HP006438 (item no. A-02303).
Owner of original: BC Archives
48.4275, -123.367259
 
1153
W.M. Notman news, Vancouver <i>World</i>, 7 Sep 1889, p. 4.
W.M. Notman news, Vancouver World, 7 Sep 1889, p. 4.
W.M. Notman travelled in style in 1889 via a specially equipped railway car.
 
1154
W.P. Coughlan news, <i>Nanaimo Free Press</i>, 25 Jun 1889, p. 2.
W.P. Coughlan news, Nanaimo Free Press, 25 Jun 1889, p. 2.
Coughlan was reacting to the presence of J.B. Uren who had opened a studio on 24 Jun 1889 under the name Mainland Photograph Company. As intimated by Coughlan, he faced the same issue in 1888 when the Great Eastern Photographic and Advertising Company visited Nanaimo.
 
1155
W.S. Drewry death notice, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 5 Dec 1939, p. 14.
W.S. Drewry death notice, Victoria Colonist, 5 Dec 1939, p. 14.
 
1156
W.S. Drewry news, Revelstoke <i>Kootenay Star</i>, 6 Aug 1892, p. 1.
W.S. Drewry news, Revelstoke Kootenay Star, 6 Aug 1892, p. 1.
 
1157
W.S. Forsythe ad, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 2 Oct 1907, p. 3.
W.S. Forsythe ad, Chilliwack Progress, 2 Oct 1907, p. 3.
First version of this ad.
 
1158
W.S. Forsythe and Elbert Mee news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 25 Jan 1911, p. 5.
W.S. Forsythe and Elbert Mee news item, Chilliwack Progress, 25 Jan 1911, p. 5.
 
1159
W.S. Forsythe and L.F. Croft news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 6 Nov 1912, p. 5
W.S. Forsythe and L.F. Croft news item, Chilliwack Progress, 6 Nov 1912, p. 5
About Forsythe taking over Croft's Mee Studio and Croft moving to Vancouver to work for Richard Broadbridge.
 
1160
W.S. Forsythe news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 11 May 1910, p. 8.
W.S. Forsythe news item, Chilliwack Progress, 11 May 1910, p. 8.
About his old studio being demolished and the construction of a new studio next to the Baptist Church on Westminster Street.
 
1161
W.S. Forsythe news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 14 Sep 1910, p. 10.
W.S. Forsythe news item, Chilliwack Progress, 14 Sep 1910, p. 10.
About the reopening of his new studio on Westminster Street next to the Baptist Church.
 
1162
W.S. Forsythe news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 18 Nov 1915, p. 5.
W.S. Forsythe news item, Chilliwack Progress, 18 Nov 1915, p. 5.
About his relocating to Mission.
 
1163
W.S. Forsythe news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 23 Dec 1908, p. 8.
W.S. Forsythe news item, Chilliwack Progress, 23 Dec 1908, p. 8.
About his studio and store, part of a series of Christmas news advertisements presented by the newspaper.
 
1164
W.S. Forsythe news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 31 Jul 1901, p. 1.
W.S. Forsythe news item, Chilliwack Progress, 31 Jul 1901, p. 1.
About his use of platinum paper for photo prints.
 
1165
W.S. Forsythe's ad, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 9 Oct 1907, p. 3.
W.S. Forsythe's ad, Chilliwack Progress, 9 Oct 1907, p. 3.
This is the second version of an ad which first appeared on 2 Oct 1907; in this version he reminds potential customers that he is still taking photo portraits.
 
1166
W.S. Forsythe's Christmas ad, </i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 6 Dec 1905, p. 1.
W.S. Forsythe's Christmas ad, Chilliwack Progress, 6 Dec 1905, p. 1.
 
1167
W.S. Forsythe's funeral article, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 23 Nov 1922, p. 7.
W.S. Forsythe's funeral article, Chilliwack Progress, 23 Nov 1922, p. 7.
 
1168
W.S.Forsythe news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 22 Dec 1909, p. 3.
W.S.Forsythe news item, Chilliwack Progress, 22 Dec 1909, p. 3.
About Christmas at his studio and store.
 
1169
W.W. Forsythe's obituary, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 16 Nov 1922, p. 4.
W.W. Forsythe's obituary, Chilliwack Progress, 16 Nov 1922, p. 4.
 
1170
W.W. Wrathall ad, <i>Henderson's Prince Rupert City Directory for 1914</i>, various pages.
W.W. Wrathall ad, Henderson's Prince Rupert City Directory for 1914, various pages.
 
1171
Wadds Brothers (David Wadds) news, Grand Forks <i>Evening Sun</i>, 9 May 1905, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers (David Wadds) news, Grand Forks Evening Sun, 9 May 1905, p. 1.
 
1172
Wadds Brothers ad, <i>Nelson Daily Miner</i>, 27 Feb 1901, p. 4.
Wadds Brothers ad, Nelson Daily Miner, 27 Feb 1901, p. 4.
 
1173
Wadds Brothers ad, <i>Phoenix Pioneer</i>, 24 May 1902, p. 4.
Wadds Brothers ad, Phoenix Pioneer, 24 May 1902, p. 4.
David Wadds operated the brothers' Nelson studio and also worked as an itinerant photographer, initially in Apr 1902 from J.H. Blome's former Grand Forks studio.
 
1174
Wadds Brothers ad, Grand Forks <i>Evening Sun</i>, 14 Apr 1902, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers ad, Grand Forks Evening Sun, 14 Apr 1902, p. 1.
 
1175
Wadds Brothers ad, Nelson <i>Daily News</i>, 18 Oct 1906, p. 4.
Wadds Brothers ad, Nelson Daily News, 18 Oct 1906, p. 4.
While they continued to use Wadds Brothers for business purposes until 1912, the official date of their partnership dissolution was 1 Aug 1906.
 
1176
Wadds Brothers ad, Vancouver <i>Province</i>, 5 Aug 1898, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers ad, Vancouver Province, 5 Aug 1898, p. 1.
This ad is reminiscent of the "lost" ad posted by Carlo Gentile's agent in Oct 1866 when his negatives were accidentally left on one of two Puget Sound vessels.
 
1177
Wadds Brothers and David Wadds news item, Grand Forks <i>Evening Sun</i>, 14 Apr 1902, p. 2.
Wadds Brothers and David Wadds news item, Grand Forks Evening Sun, 14 Apr 1902, p. 2.
 
1178
Wadds Brothers news item, <i>Phoenix Pioneer</i>, 24 May 1902, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers news item, Phoenix Pioneer, 24 May 1902, p. 1.
 
1179
Wadds Brothers news item, Grand Forks <i>Evening Sun</i>, 5 May 1905, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers news item, Grand Forks Evening Sun, 5 May 1905, p. 1.
 
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Wadds Brothers news, Grand Forks <i>Evening Sun</i>), 14 Apr 1905, p. 2.
Wadds Brothers news, Grand Forks Evening Sun), 14 Apr 1905, p. 2.
In the same news item a week earlier he gave a different set of dates which indicates his plans had changed.
 
1181
Wadds Brothers news, Grand Forks <i>Evening Sun</i>, 7 Apr 1905, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers news, Grand Forks Evening Sun, 7 Apr 1905, p. 1.
In the same news item a week later the dates are different, which indicates his plans had changed.
 
1182
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver <i>Province</i>, 3 Oct 1900, p. 4.
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver Province, 3 Oct 1900, p. 4.
At the 1900 New Westminster exhibition the Wadds Brothers nearly made a clean sweep of professional photography prize category. F.L. Hacking beat them in the landscape views category. Two named amateur photographers won prizes, Viggo Laursen (not Lansen) of Vancouver took first place and J. Calvert of Nanaimo won second place in that category.
 
1183
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver <i>Province</i>, 6 Oct 1899, p. 7, part 1.
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver Province, 6 Oct 1899, p. 7, part 1.
In addition to their winning most of the professional photography prizes at the 1899 New Westminster exhibition, F.L. Hacking also won in that category. The two amateur photographers who won were F.T. Salsbury and Charles Whetham.
 
1184
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver <i>Province</i>, 6 Oct 1899, p. 7, part 2.
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver Province, 6 Oct 1899, p. 7, part 2.
In addition to their winning most of the professional photography prizes at the 1899 New Westminster exhibition, F.L. Hacking also won in that category. The two amateur photographers who won were F.T. Salsbury and Charles Whetham.
 
1185
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver <i>Sun</i>, 4 Apr 1912, p. 3.
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver Sun, 4 Apr 1912, p. 3.
A few further details about the loss suffered by G.T. Wadds at his Wadds Brothers studio following the 3 Apr 1912 fire.
 
1186
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver <i>World</i>, 28 Nov 1892, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers news, Vancouver World, 28 Nov 1892, p. 1.
This article notes their successful use of a bromide print process.
 
1187
Wadds Brothers' ad, Vancouver <i>Daily World</i>, 2 Dec 1892, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers' ad, Vancouver Daily World, 2 Dec 1892, p. 1.
 
1188
Wadds Brothers' ad, Vancouver <i>Daily World</i>, 20 Dec 1892, p. 1.
Wadds Brothers' ad, Vancouver Daily World, 20 Dec 1892, p. 1.
 
1189
Welford Studio ad, <i>Western Call</i>, 24 Nov 1911, p. 6.
Welford Studio ad, Western Call, 24 Nov 1911, p. 6.
 
1190
Welford Studio ad, Portland <i>Morning Oregonian</i>, 20 Apr 1920, p. 21.
Welford Studio ad, Portland Morning Oregonian, 20 Apr 1920, p. 21.
Herbert Welford put his studio up for sale in various newspapers, including ones in the U.S. Robert Weir purchased the studio and continued to operate it as the Welford Studio until he renamed it the Weir Studio, first listed in the 1927 business directory.
 
1191
Wilfred Gibson Ltd. ad, <i>Victoria Daily Times</i>, 26 Sep 1917, p. 12.
Wilfred Gibson Ltd. ad, Victoria Daily Times, 26 Sep 1917, p. 12.
 
1192
William Barton news item, <i>Cranbrook Herald</i>, 12 Oct 1922, p. 6.
William Barton news item, Cranbrook Herald, 12 Oct 1922, p. 6.
About Cornelius Van Braam acquiring his studio.
 
1193
William Blair ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 31 Dec 1901, p. 7.
William Blair ad, Victoria Colonist, 31 Dec 1901, p. 7.
 
1194
William Blair imprint, recto of mounted photograph, 1900s.
William Blair imprint, recto of mounted photograph, 1900s.
The photograph is a studio portrait of Henry Edenshaw, son of carver and Haida chief Albert Edward Edenshaw. Courtesy of UBC Library, Uno Langmann Family Collection of British Columbia Photographs, UL_1072_0001.
Owner of original: UBC Library
 
1195
William Foxall's obituary, <i>Daily Colonist</i>, 15 December 1938, p. 1.
William Foxall's obituary, Daily Colonist, 15 December 1938, p. 1.
 
1196
William Notman and Son ad, Montreal <i>Gazette</i>, 9 Mar 1887, p. 3.
William Notman and Son ad, Montreal Gazette, 9 Mar 1887, p. 3.
This ad provides pricing and availability of Stanley Dry Plates, as well as the fact that they are manufactured in Montreal, QC.
 
1197
William Notman and Son news, <i>Manitoba Free Press</i>, 21 Oct 1887.
William Notman and Son news, Manitoba Free Press, 21 Oct 1887.
This article reports on their return from a trip on the CPR to the Rocky Mountains and British Columbia. Richard and Hannah Maynard made a similar trip from Vancouver in May 1887.
 
1198
William Notman and Son news, Victoria <i>Times</i>, 18 Jan 1886, p. 1.
William Notman and Son news, Victoria Times, 18 Jan 1886, p. 1.
This article describes giant paintings created from photographs by the Notman studio artist James Weston for display at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition in London, Eng., in 1886. The Victoria painting was likely based on a photograph by Richard Maynard. For details about these paintings and the source photographs see Mattison (2022).
 
1199
William Robson news item, <i>Hosmer Times</i>, 27 Jan 1910, p. 6.
William Robson news item, Hosmer Times, 27 Jan 1910, p. 6.
 
1200
William Robson's ad, <i>Hosmer Times</i>, 30 Jun 1910, p. 4.
William Robson's ad, Hosmer Times, 30 Jun 1910, p. 4.
 

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