Camera Workers, 1858-1950

The British Columbia, Alaska and Yukon Photographic Directory, 1858-1950

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1 "A Firefly Postcard Book". Source (S369)
 
2 "An index of photographers working in Staffordshire compiled from trade directories between 1861 and 1940." Source (S119)
 
3 "Cinema in Quebec: The Talkies and Beyond is the second phase of a huge project of making Quebec?s film heritage accessible to the public, beginning with the site Silent Cinema in Quebec, 1896-1930." Source (S982)
 
4 "Copyright Genes Reunited Records Ltd. 2000-" Source (S93)
 
5 "The Index is a list of over 1,600 references to commercial photographers working in the county of Glamorgan from the early days in the 1850s up to about 1930." Consists of a downloadable CSV file with explanatory Web site. Source (S118)
 
6 "This exhibition and publication are the result of a research partnership between the SSHRC-CURA Cultural Property Community Research Collaborative Program at the University of Victoria and the Japanese Canadian National Museum." Source (S563)
 
7 "This list has been extracted from Slater's Directory, 1868." Source (S355)
 
8 "This site provides information about photographers active in the United States from 1844 to 1950. The information comes from city directories, business and industry directories, classified advertising, tax lists, census, published sources and photographer's marks on the images themselves." Source (S822)
 
9 1874: digitized copy at the Internet Archive: http://www.archive.org/details/listofpersonsent1874vict Source (S339)
 
10 1875: transcribed copy by Hugh Armstrong at CanadaGenWebOrg: http://bc.canadagenweb.org/vote1875/voter75.htm Source (S339)
 
11 1898: transcribed copy by Hugh Armstrong at CanadaGenWeb.org: http://bc.canadagenweb.org/vote1898/voters98.htm Source (S339)
 
12 1918-1920 business address unverified. International Sales Co. Ltd. (I647)
 
13 1st ed. Source (S329)
 
14 41 1/2 Pandora Ave. was renumbered in 1907 and the location in 2007 houses John's Place Restaurant, 723 Pandora Ave. Rappertie, Arthur Stewart (I346)
 
15 http://www.cd.gov.ab.ca/preserving/PAA_2002/index.asp Repository (REPOAEPAA)
 
16 http://www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca Repository (REPOBVIPM)
 
17 http://www.ualberta.ca/ARCHIVES/ Repository (REPOAEUA)
 
18 http://www.victoria.ca/archives/archives.shtml Repository (REPOBVICA)
 
19 http://www.whyte.org/ Repository (REPOABA)
 
20 Oregon Photographers was originally published in December 1992. Source (S125)
 
21  Source (S195)
 
22  Source (S280)
 
23  Source (S190)
 
24  Source (S303)
 
25  Source (S198)
 
26  Source (S578)
 
27  Source (S612)
 
28  Source (S621)
 
29  Source (S385)
 
30  Source (S386)
 
31  Source (S500)
 
32 A family tree on Ancestry.ca indicates he was born 3 Jan 1857 but no source is provided. Eason, Arthur Ephriam (I915)
 
33 A Gilbert Stanley, aged 56, died in Nelson, BC, on 24 Jan 1915 (BVIPA death registration no. 1915-09-180889, microfilm reel B13108). It is undetermined whether this is the same individual. Stanley, Gilbert M. (I62)
 
34 A Quebec baptismal record shows an Edward Hall Stanley born on 16 Mar 1851. Stanley, Edward Hall (I60)
 
35 A set of playing cards each with a different illustration. Source (S512)
 
36 Abstract: "...Brief biographies of Rolly Ford, J.C. Walker, G. Morris Taylor, Ray Munro, and Art Jones are uncovered through a series of personal communication as as well as secondary sources. ..." Source (S951)
 
37 According to The Researcher's Guide to British Columbia Nineteenth Century Directories (1988), WIL83 is identical to WIL82 except for the title page. BVIPA is the only institution listed as holding the 1883 version. Source (S18)
 
38 According to her death registration record (registration no. 1954-09-008854), her full name was Violet Annie Edwards (b. 11 Jul 1898, Wales, UK-d. 4 Sep 1954, Vancouver, BC). Edwards, John Bedford (I928)
 
39 According to his 1937 marriage registration record, he was divorced. Gibson, Wilfred (I1074)
 
40 According to his death registration record, he resided in North Vancouver, but died in Vancouver General Hospital. Bailey, William (I345)
 
41 Account of the disabled SS Doraís drift from the Aleutians to the Washington coast. Source (S564)
 
42 Account of the SS Farallonís shipwreck in Alaska. Source (S565)
 
43 Adobe Acrobat PDF viewed 1 Jul 2008; URL: http://www.barkerville.com/pdf%20files/Sentinel_2000.pdf Source (S684)
 
44 Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History no. 205. Source (S275)
 
45 Also available in the British Columbia Sessional Papers (1872-1982). Source (S704)
 
46 Also known as Polk's (Trow's) New York Copartnership and Corporation Directory... Source (S844)
 
47 Also known as Westward Ho! and Man-to-Man MagazineSource (S976)
 
48 Also photographed in Bennett, BC. Goetzman, Henry J. (I221)
 
49 Also published in six parts. Source (S333)
 
50 Alternate death date: 30 Jun 1891. Davis, Joseph (I515)
 

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