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351
Hirst and Flintoff ad.
Hirst and Flintoff ad.
 
352
How not to photograph a bear in the wild, 1887.
How not to photograph a bear in the wild, 1887.
An illustration from Lees and Clutterbuck's book B.C. 1887: A Ramble in British Columbia (1889).
 
353
Hugh Cannell's signature on his 1913 marriage registration record.
Hugh Cannell's signature on his 1913 marriage registration record.
 
354
Hugh Cannell's World War Two draft registration card, 1942.
Hugh Cannell's World War Two draft registration card, 1942.
 
355
Illinois College of Photography ad, Oct 1902.
Illinois College of Photography ad, Oct 1902.
 
356
Imperial Art Studio article, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 19 Sep 1894, part 1.
Imperial Art Studio article, Victoria Colonist, 19 Sep 1894, part 1.
Article is in supplement titled British Pacific Review, equivalent to page 12.
 
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Imperial Art Studio article, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 19 Sep 1894, part 2.
Imperial Art Studio article, Victoria Colonist, 19 Sep 1894, part 2.
Article is in supplement titled British Pacific Review, equivalent to page 12.
 
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Imperial Art Studio article, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, Special Ed., 5 Apr 1896, p. 7.
Imperial Art Studio article, Victoria Colonist, Special Ed., 5 Apr 1896, p. 7.
 
359
Imperial Art Studio invoice, 1893
Imperial Art Studio invoice, 1893
With E.J. Eyres' signature. From Superintendent of Provincial Police, correspondence inward, BC Archives, GR-0066, box 1, file 2.
 
360
Isabel C. Taylor's 1902 Toronto Camera Club exhibit entries reviewed by J.E. Greene
Isabel C. Taylor's 1902 Toronto Camera Club exhibit entries reviewed by J.E. Greene
 
361
J.A. Brock ad, <i>News-Advertiser</i> (Vancouver), 1889 01 19.
J.A. Brock ad, News-Advertiser (Vancouver), 1889 01 19.
 
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J.A. Brock ad, <i>Vancouver News</i>, 1886 07 23.
J.A. Brock ad, Vancouver News, 1886 07 23.
The first ad by this company appeared in the 1 Jun 1886 issue of the same paper.
 
363
J.A. Brock and Company ad, <i>San Francisco Journal of Commerce</i>, BC Edition, Feb 1888, p. 12.
J.A. Brock and Company ad, San Francisco Journal of Commerce, BC Edition, Feb 1888, p. 12.
 
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J.A. Brock and Company news item, <i>San Francisco Journal of Commerce</i>, BC Edition, Feb 1888, p. 12.
J.A. Brock and Company news item, San Francisco Journal of Commerce, BC Edition, Feb 1888, p. 12.
 
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J.A. Craigg cartouche from the back of a carte-de-visite portrait, between 1869-1872.
J.A. Craigg cartouche from the back of a carte-de-visite portrait, between 1869-1872.
From verso of BC Archives carte-de-visite in Hunter album no. 3, p. 37.
 
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J.A. Craigg news item, <i>Daily Colonist</i>, 13 Aug 1872, p. 3.
J.A. Craigg news item, Daily Colonist, 13 Aug 1872, p. 3.
He left for England and then planned on moving to one of the southern United States.
 
367
J.A. Craigg's ad, <i>Daily Colonist</i>, 22 Jun 1869.
J.A. Craigg's ad, Daily Colonist, 22 Jun 1869.
Craigg acquired the Victoria Theatre Photographic Gallery from George Robinson in May or June 1869.
 
368
J.A. Craigg's ad, Victoria <i>Standard</i>, 14 Jul 1870, p. 4.
J.A. Craigg's ad, Victoria Standard, 14 Jul 1870, p. 4.
 
369
J.A. Craigg's cartouche from the back of a carte-de-visite, ca. 1870
J.A. Craigg's cartouche from the back of a carte-de-visite, ca. 1870
R.S. Vickers (1917-2008), who owned this carte-de-visite, was the great-grandson of photographer George Robinson, a contemporary of Craigg's and who had also once operated the Theatre Photographic Gallery.
 
370
J.A. Craigg's letter to the editor, <i>Daily Colonist</i>, 4 Nov 1869, p. 3.
J.A. Craigg's letter to the editor, Daily Colonist, 4 Nov 1869, p. 3.
In this letter to the editor of the Colonist, J.A. Craigg objected to the newspaper's insinuation that a "licentious photograph" had been taken in the Theatre Photographic Gallery. Noah Shakespeare's letter on the subject appeared in the same paper.
 
371
J.A. Vaughan's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 1 May 1863, p. 1.
J.A. Vaughan's ad, Victoria Colonist, 1 May 1863, p. 1.
This ad first appeared in the Colonist as early as 16 Mar 1863, p. 3. Its last appearance in the Colonist was in early Aug 1863 just prior to the first ad for the Vaughan and Robertson partnership.
 
372
J.B. Kerr's biography of Richard Maynard, p. 229.
J.B. Kerr's biography of Richard Maynard, p. 229.
 
373
J.B. Kerr's biography of Richard Maynard, p. 230.
J.B. Kerr's biography of Richard Maynard, p. 230.
 
374
J.B. Uren and H. Burge news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 1 Jun 1898, p. 1.
J.B. Uren and H. Burge news item, Chilliwack Progress, 1 Jun 1898, p. 1.
They appear to have first visited Chilliwack in May or early Jun 1898.
 
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J.B. Uren news item, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 21 Aug 1901, p. 1.
J.B. Uren news item, Chilliwack Progress, 21 Aug 1901, p. 1.
Report of a forest fire which destroyed Uren's hotel at Urenville near Mount Baker, WA.
 
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J.B. Uren's cartouche from the front of a photograph.
J.B. Uren's cartouche from the front of a photograph.
 
377
J.D. Allen Photographic Company logo.
J.D. Allen Photographic Company logo.
Library and Archives Canada, Alfred W. Smithers collection, accession 1980-135, PA-123738 (copy negative number)
 
378
J.F. Spalding's ad, <i>Fernie Ledger</i>, 4 Apr 1906, p. 4
J.F. Spalding's ad, Fernie Ledger, 4 Apr 1906, p. 4
 
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J.F. Spalding's ad, <i>Fernie Ledger</i>, 4 Jan 1905, p. 3.
J.F. Spalding's ad, Fernie Ledger, 4 Jan 1905, p. 3.
Spalding purchased the Prest and Company Fernie branch studio late in 1904 or in Jan 1905.
 
380
J.H. Blome news item, <i>Cascade Record</i>, 17 Jun 1899, p. 4.
J.H. Blome news item, Cascade Record, 17 Jun 1899, p. 4.
 
381
J.H. Blome news item, Midway <i>Advance</i>, 17 Jun 1895, p. 3.
J.H. Blome news item, Midway Advance, 17 Jun 1895, p. 3.
About his visit to Ashcroft and photography.
 
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J.H. Blome news, Grand Forks <i>Evening Sun</i>, 11 Mar 1902, p. 2.
J.H. Blome news, Grand Forks Evening Sun, 11 Mar 1902, p. 2.
The newspaper recognizes the loss of the city's only photographer.
 
383
J.H. Blome news, Grand Forks <i>Evening Sun</i>, 5 Apr 1902, p. 2.
J.H. Blome news, Grand Forks Evening Sun, 5 Apr 1902, p. 2.
A Grand Forks drugstore owner, H.E. Woodland, purchased the Blome negatives and prints and offered to print on demand any photo not already in stock.
 
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J.H. Blome, Ashcroft, ad, Midway <i>The Advance</i>, 20 May 1895, p. 2.
J.H. Blome, Ashcroft, ad, Midway The Advance, 20 May 1895, p. 2.
The ad notes the places throughout the Boundary country at which he will stop to take photographs.
 
385
J.H.A. Chapman postcard backs.
J.H.A. Chapman postcard backs.
 
386
J.M. White's ad, <i>World</i> (Vancouver), 1889 06 01
J.M. White's ad, World (Vancouver), 1889 06 01
When White first arrived in Vancouver he operated out of a tent on Cordova Street and sold tintype portraits.
 
387
J.W. Sampson ad, <i>Nanaimo Courier</i>, 20 Aug 1889, p. 4.
J.W. Sampson ad, Nanaimo Courier, 20 Aug 1889, p. 4.
 
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J.W. Vaughan ad no. 2, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 10 Jun 1864, p. 1.
J.W. Vaughan ad no. 2, Victoria Colonist, 10 Jun 1864, p. 1.
This ad first appeared in early Mar 1864 in the Colonist following the dissolution of the Vaughan and Robertson partnership.
 
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J.W. Vaughan news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 29 Apr 1864, p.3.
J.W. Vaughan news item, Victoria Colonist, 29 Apr 1864, p.3.
About the theft of a photographic case by a "boy" who was sentenced to the chain gang. Two years later the same thing happened to G.R. Fardon at his studio.
 
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J.W. Vaughan news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 9 Dec 1864, p. 3.
J.W. Vaughan news item, Victoria Colonist, 9 Dec 1864, p. 3.
Vaughan advertises "crayotypes", portraits based on photographs. They are rather expensive but would in effect be an original work of art.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's ad in Joseph Park's <i>A Practical View of the Mining Laws of British Columbia</i> (1864), p. lxvii.
J.W. Vaughan's ad in Joseph Park's A Practical View of the Mining Laws of British Columbia (1864), p. lxvii.
Immediately above Vaughan's ad was one for George Robinson Fardon.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 10 Jun 1864, p. 1.
J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria Colonist, 10 Jun 1864, p. 1.
A slightly different version of this ad started appearing in Jul 1864.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 27 Apr 1863, p. 2.
J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria Colonist, 27 Apr 1863, p. 2.
This ad ran for a week.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 6 Jul 1864, p. 1.
J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria Colonist, 6 Jul 1864, p. 1.
The layout of this ad is slightly different from the version which first appeared in Jun 1864.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 8 Aug 1864, p. 1.
J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria Colonist, 8 Aug 1864, p. 1.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 9 May 1864, p. 2.
J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria Colonist, 9 May 1864, p. 2.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 9 Nov 1864, p. 4.
J.W. Vaughan's ad, Victoria Colonist, 9 Nov 1864, p. 4.
This ad first appeared on 8 Nov 1864 and may have signalled the departure of Vaughan's former assistant, G.H. Brown, who left Victoria on 2 Sep 1864 on the bark Rival.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's cartouche from the verso of a carte-de-visite portrait.
J.W. Vaughan's cartouche from the verso of a carte-de-visite portrait.
Portrait of Israel Wood Powell, Jr. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records item number B-01965 (HP030764).
 
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J.W. Vaughan's cartouche from the verso of a carte-de-visite portrait.
J.W. Vaughan's cartouche from the verso of a carte-de-visite portrait.
The portrait is of an officer from HMS Topaze. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records catalogue no. HP050033.
 
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J.W. Vaughan's news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 9 Dec 1863, p. 3.
J.W. Vaughan's news item, Victoria Colonist, 9 Dec 1863, p. 3.
 

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