Camera Workers, 1858-1950

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



Matches 251 to 300 of 3,960

      «Prev «1 ... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 80» Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
251 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: After the partnership of Case and Draper dissolved around 1908, H.H. Draper ran his half of business from Skagway, AK, as Draper and Company until his death. Draper and Company (I530)
252 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: After working as a photographer in Radium Hot Springs in the early 1930s, he appears to have relocated to Vancouver where he was listed as a photographer in the 1940 Vancouver Centre federal electoral district voters list. The 1940 and 1941 diretories, however, only show a "Harry C. Vooerhoeve" working as a bookkeeper for London Paper. By 1945 he and his wife had moved to Dawson, YT, where he was working as an accountant according to the federal voters list. As late as 1965, a Harry C. Voorhoeve, still employed as an accountant, was working in BC and listed in the federal voters list that year under the Coast-Capilano Electoral District. A Harry Cornelius Voorhoeve, the same individual based on his widow's name and her 1995 death registration record, who had worked as an accountant since ca. 1941, passed away in 1967.
Voorhoeve, Herman Cornelius (I909)
253 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Allen was a photographer with the Field Columbian Museum (now the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago), and accompanied George Amos Dorsey, ethnographer, on a collecting expedition which began on 11 or 12 May 1897 and lasted four months. According to the 1897 annual report of the museum, the pair visited Blackfoot, Kootenay, Flathead, Haida, Tlingit, Tsimshian, Moki and Zuni tribes in Alberta, Washington, British Columbia and the U.S. Southwest. Only one photograph in the Northwest Coast research album for the 1897 expedition bears Allen's imprint. Allen, Edward P. (I12)
254 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Although he was listed as a photographer in the 1920 voters list for Vancouver, according to his 1919 marriage registration record he was a painter and his death registration record states he was a retired painter and decorator who had worked at this trade all his life prior to retiring in 1946. Eden, Joseph Galileo (I925)
255 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Although listed as a photographer in the 1913 business directory, his employer is not indicated. Labram, Walter (I1199)
256 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Although listed as a photographer in the 1933 voters list, the 1933 Vancouver directory gives his occupation as salesman. His death registration record indicates he had spent 10 years as a book salesman and had retired in 1960. Gardner, Frank Russell (I941)
257 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Although listed as a photographer in the provincial 1916 Vancouver voters list, the business directories show him as working for IXL Laundry.

According to the 1911 he immigrated from England in 1909 and was working for a gas company (the gas department of BC Electric Railway according to the 1911 Vancouver business directory). His wife's name was Elizabeth. She passed away in 1922 so when he remarried in 1924 his marital status was widower. 
Dalzell, Frank Herbert (I1193)
258 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Although listed in 1919 as an employee or a manager of the Vancouver and Seattle Motion Picture Company or the Seattle and Vancouver Motion Picture Company, she is also credited with being the cinematographer on two films associated with the productions of the British Columbia Patriotic and Educational Picture Service: Hatzic (1920) and Ioco (1920).

The 1921 Canada census indicates her occupation was a photographer. 
Freeman, Miss Agnes Esther (I1244)
259 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Although primarily a portrait photographer, he visited Metlakatla, BC, with Indian Affairs Superintendent Dr. I.W. Powell on an inspection tour in Aug 1879. A summary of his career up to 1874 can be found in Kerr (1890); in that year he was employed as the manager of S.A. Spencer's studio even though he had had no previous experience. When his first wife died in 1881 he moved away for a year. Upon his return he became a partner with S.A. Spencer as Spencer and Hastings and then bought out Spencer the following year. According to the biography in Gosnell, Hastings sold his studio in Jan 1889.

Listed as being retired in the 1894 directory, he returned to photography the next year. One of his most important commissions was to take photographs at Fort Rupert for ethnologist Franz Boas in Nov 1894.

Hastings was first married in May 1867 to Matilda Caroline Birch; after her death in 1881 he remarried on 2 Oct 1884 to Mrs. Phillips Smith (nee Sylvestria T. Layzell). The 1881 census showed him as married, an infidel, American citizen, and aged 34. Hastings also achieved fame among astronomy circles for his home-built observatory his residence was located on Observatory Hill. 
Hastings, Oregon Columbus (I187)
260 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Although this Stark would have been eleven at the time, a W.M. Stark is supposed to have photographed the arch erected by the Chinese to honour the visit of Li Hung Chang in Sep 1896. William McIntosh Stark, otherwise known as Billy, was a pioneer aviator and obtained Canada's first pilot's license from the Aero Club of America in 1912. His father, James Stark, ran a dry goods store called Glasgow House in Vancouver in the 1890s. Stark, William McIntosh (I64)
261 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An accountant, he accompanied Minister of the Interior, Clifford Sifton, and Major James Walsh, administrator of the Yukon district, on a trip to the Yukon in 1897. Thomas Dufferin Pattullo, later Premier of British Columbia, was also a member of this group and referred to Bliss's photographic efforts twice in letters to his father.
In the 1901 Dawson business directory, H.A. Bliss is listed as "asst license inspector" . Identified in two photographs as "Capt. Bliss" (Yukon Archives photo no. 401 and 2056). In the former he is seated in front of the Mining Inspector's cabin, Caribou Village, Dominion Creek, 1900; in the latter a group of men are watching gold ingots being poured with Capt. Bliss seated wearing a brim hat and smoking a cigarette, 1900.
Photographs taken by Bliss were published in Green (1982). 
Bliss, Henry Anson (I407)
262 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An ad in a New Westminster paper announced the opening of their studio in late Aug 1886. The partnership, succeeded by that of Thompson and Bovill late in Oct 1886, did not remain in business long enough to be listed in the 1887 business directory. Bovill Brothers (I416)
263 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An aerial photography firm, in 1946 Lewis W. Williams was the operator and in 1948 it was Lyle G. Trorey. The managing director in 1950 was N.A. Bonter, with H.H. Ollis as director of operations that year.  Aero Surveys Ltd. (I569)
264 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An amalgamation of the British Columbia Civil Service Camera Club and the Victoria Photographic Society, the club commemorated its 50th season with the publication of its history, A Celebration of Photography (1995). The club publishes its own periodical, Close Up (194_?-present). Victoria Camera Club (I895)
265 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An Anglican missionary to this Haida community in Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands), he arrived at Masset from Moose Fort in 1890 and remained there until 1898. Upon his return from furlough in England he was stationed at Metlakatla in 1900. Having returned to England, in 1917 he was appointed vicar of Galleywood, succeeding the Rev. E.N. Dew who had left for Monmouth. Keen, John Henry (I697)
266 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An architect by training, he worked as a photographer in Hazelton between 1913 and 1917. In October 1918 he enlisted in the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force and lied about his age, making himself ten years younger. At the time he enlisted he was married to Mrs. Mary Killam. He never served overseas and was discharged in Feb 1921. Killam, Gilbert Clark (I703)
267 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An assistant to Benjamin Baltzly on the Geological Survey of Canada expedition, he became a landscape artist who secured commissions from Canadian Pacific Railway President Van Horne. Hammond began work with the Notman studio in Montreal in Aug 1870. A more detailed summary of his career can be found in Render (1974). Hammond, John A. (I182)
268 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An Australian by birth, she owned and operated the Victoria Photographic Company which operated at the same address in 1914 as that used by her former employer I.N. Austin. She continued to use that address for her stamp collecting business after leaving photography between 1927 and 1928. Her death registration record indicates she had worked as a philatelist for many years up until an accidental fall led to her death. Forbes, Miss Lucy Margaret (I1236)
269 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An Engish photographer from Sheringham, Norfolk, Olive Edis, whose uncle was president of the Canadian Pacific Railway, obtained a commission to take photographs in Canada in areas through which the rail line passed. During this trip she used Autochrome technology.

She was a significant portrait photographer and also Britain's first female official war photographer. 
Edis, Olive (I926)
270 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An ethnographer, Smith was engaged in work on the Jesup North Pacific Expedition sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History between 1897-1902. He also used a motion picture camera in his work in the 1920s and 1930s. He became archaeologist of the National Museum of Canada in 1911. Smith, Harlan Ingersoll (I57)
271 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An important architect in the first three decades of 20th century Vancouver, he was also involved with the Arts and Crafts Association in Vancouver.  Eveleigh, Sydney Morgan (I264)
272 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: An outstanding marine photographer of Puget Sound tall ships, Hester and his older brother Ernst travelled to the Yukon (Weinstein says Alaska) where they staked their claim and reinvested profits in a brewery which Ernst operated. Hester, Wilhelm (I199)
273 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Appointed to manage the assay office and mint at New Westminster, Claudet arrived in the Colony of British Columbia from London in Feb 1860. In Jun 1860 he visited Dr. A.R. Benson in Nanaimo, an amateur photographer with whom Claudet was not impressed. Lady Franklin (1792-1875), who was visiting BC, purchased or was given photographs of New Westminster by Claudet on 13 Mar 1861. Her niece and travelling companion, Sophia Cracroft (1816-1892), called the views "very interesting."

Sent by Governor James Douglas to San Francisco in Nov 1861 to purchase equipment for the mint, Claudet may have obtained additional photographic supplies there; he had visited San Francisco earlier in the year and may also have purchased supplies then. Claudet returned to New Westminster from San Francisco with his mint equipment in Mar 1862 on the same boat which brought Richard and Hannah Maynard to Victoria.

Some of Claudet's photographs were sent to the London Exhibition of 1862 along with specimen coins from the mint. Claudet returned to London in 1873. He was married in Victoria on 22 Sep 1863 to Frances Fleury (1836-1899). The youngest son of talented portrait photographer, Antoine Francois Jean Claudet (1797-1867), one of Francis Claudet's sons, Frederick G. Claudet of Nanoose Bay, BC, preserved many of his father's photographs.

Thanks to Marcel Safier, an Australian photohistorian, the mystery surrounding by whom Frederick G. Claudet had some of his father's photographs copied in 1904 in London prior to a visit to BC has been solved. Frederick referenced the photographer by his last name of Dron. The photographer's full name was Andrew William Dron and between 1902-1921 he worked at 2E Dyne Rd. [Brondesbury], Kilburn, London NW, England. Marcel Safier cites an e-mail from British photohistorian Ron Cosens who cites Sandy Barrie's draft manuscript on British photographers. Barrie gave the address as 2E, but Cosens believes it should be 23; a local historian of Kilburn, however, informed me that 2E Dyne Rd. is the correct address. 
Claudet, Francis George (I304)
274 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Archduke Franz Ferdinand (1863-1914) visited Victoria and Vancouver in 1893 on the Empress of China. The Vancouver News-Advertiser reported that the archduke was so impressed by his drive around Stanley Park that his photographer was to make a separate trip to take photographs. Franz Ferdinand's (Archduke) photographer (I543)
275 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Around 1941 she appears to have started her own business, Helen's Photo Service. Her husband, B.A. Kaplan, was a helper. She was a partner in Cameo Photos beginning in 1946. Kaplan, Helen Ida (I1019)
276 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Arriving in Canada in 1910, she gave her occupation as a photographer in the 1911 Canada census. The business directories, however, list her as a cashier for the Electric Theatre, 36 West Hastings. The 1911 census also recorded her as German-American and a Methodist. Abbott, Miss Edith (I558)
277 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Arriving in New Westminster from, it is believed, New York City, he set up a partnership with one or both of the Bovill brothers as Thompson and Bovill late in Oct 1886. By 1889 he was operating on his own. He established a branch studio in Vancouver in Dec 1897. For a while after the New Westminster studio had been destroyed by fire on 11 Sep 1898, he maintained a Vancouver and a New Westminster studio. He was married on 29 Dec 1897 to Constance Victoria Clute in New Westminster.

Thompson was a prolific and versatile photographer who was equally at home in portrait and landscape work. He photographed extensively along the Canadian Pacific Railway throughout the 1890s. Thompson visited the Chicago World's Fair in 1893. Two years later he was commissioned to obtain views of farms around Edmonton. In 1898 he accompanied an official expedition to northern BC and Wrangel led by the Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, Louis Coste.

He operated as Thompson's Studio & Supply House (1908-1911). After retiring to the real estate business in 1911 or 1912, his negatives were acquired by the Shaw Bros. Ltd. With the help of his son, S.C. Thompson, S.J. re-entered the business as a supplier around 1922 under the firm name Burrard Photo Arts Supply. The company was renamed Photo-Arts Ltd. in 1927 and his son took it over following his father's death.  
Thompson, Stephen Joseph (I40)
278 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Arriving in Vancouver, BC, in 1902 on the Empress of China, Hoy moved to Quesnel in 1903 where he hoped employment prospects were better than being a houseboy in Vancouver. After a variety of work experiences in the region, he moved to Barkerville in 1909. According to Moosang's biography, Hoy appears to have taught himself photography that year to supplement his income as a watch repairer and barber. Hoy returned to China in 1910 to marry, but his wife was unable to return with him to Quesnel until 1917. In 1911 Hoy worked for the Moffat and then the Webster family as a farmhand and began photographing again. He permanently established his family in Quesnel in 1917 and photographed there and in Barkerville until the early 1920s. According to Moosang, his portrait photography was a sideline operated out of his general store.
Hoy photographed Chinese, Caucasian and Natives in both interior and exterior poses. Some of Hoy's work is highly reminiscent of Frank Matsura's portraits from Okanogan County, Washington State, as well as with August Sander's (1876-1964) ethnographic photography in Germany in the 1910s and 1920s.
The Hoy family donated his negatives to Barkerville Historic Town in 1990. An exhibit honouring C.D. Hoy's contribution to photography and the region, organized by Faith Moosang, toured the province in 1999-2000. Her 1999 biography was shortlisted for two year 2000 BC Book Prizes categories. Faith Moosang also co-directed the documentary video Chow Dong Hoy: Portraits from the Frontier (Make Believe Media, 2003). 
Hoy, Chow Dong (I1216)
279 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: As a United States Navy lieutenant stationed in Alaska between 1882 and the late 1890s (he retired in 1899), he developed an interest in the Indigenous peoples with whom he came into contact. Emmons photographed primarily among the Tahltan and Tlingit peoples of Alaska and BC.

Emmons published widely in his lifetime. Some of his writings on the Tlingit peoples was posthumously published and contains examples of his photography. 
Emmons, George Thornton (I1148)
280 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: As Adams & Co., he and E.C. Adams photographed the tent city of Bennett in the spring of 1898.  Larkin, George W. (I319)
281 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: As did his business partner W.H. Case, Draper probably came to Alaska from Oregon in or around 1898. The Dalles, OR, newspaper reported on his business enterprises there in the mid to late 1880s, including the Vienna Restaurant and a fruit farm. The Case and Draper partnership lasted until 1907 and both men continued their photo businesses independently in Alaska, Draper remaining in Skagway as Draper and Company and Case moving to Juneau. The Draper photo business was purchased by the Keller Brothers Drug Company. Draper, Horace Herbert (I489)
282 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: As Peebles and Heckley he was manufacturing and upholstering furniture in New Westminster in Aug 1886. Listed as an agent in the 1890 directory, he formed a partnership as an assistant to Albert Mountain in 1891 (Mountain and Heckley). He photographed on his own between 1892-1895. On 31 Aug 1891 he photographed the steamer Surrey and her crew for reproduction in the Dominion Illustrated. He was listed as an artist in the 1895 directory. Heckley, Joseph Woodward (I191)
283 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: As recounted in Joseph Grinnell's monograph, Gold Hunting in Alaska (1901), Baldwin accompanied a group of 20 gold hunters, all men, to an area centered around Kotzebue, Kotzebue Sound, AK, in 1898. There are a few references to his taking photographs, such as this one where he attempted to photograph some Inuit (Eskimo) women:

"Clyde came with his camera to take some photographs, but the natives considered it 'bad luck,' and he was remonstrated with vehemently, and finally went away, dallying until he had taken a shot or two." (p. 23)
Baldwin, Clyde (I353)
284 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: As the Surveyor-General of Canada (1885-1924) with the Dominion Land Surveys, Deville took a camera on his 1886 inspection tour and made a number of extremely good views between Port Arthur and Victoria. Deville, Edouard Gaston (I274)
285 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: As the time of his marriage in 1922 in Cumberland he gave his occupation as "lumber sawyer." He worked in Courtenay in 1924 as a photographer. Ells, Frederick Benjamin (I1071)
286 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Asahel received his initial training from his older, more famous brother E.S. Curtis and was first employed by him beginning about 1895. Edward assigned him to cover developments in the Yukon in 1897. Asahel left Seattle on the Rosalie just before the new year began and carried a year's worth of supplies along with 3,000 glass negatives. An article in Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (Mar 1898) by E.S. Curtis is illustrated with his younger brother's photographs, but credited to the elder Curtis. This caused a permanent rift between the brothers and Asahel had a difficult time recovering the negatives.

The Klondike Nugget reported his arrival in Dawson in late Jun 1897, noting that "Mr. Curtis is a photographer, taking views and writing sketches for the Alaska News Syndicate of Seattle." Asahel stationed himself in Alaska until 1900 when he returned to Seattle. His photographs, though not as well known as E.A. Hegg's, capture equally well the grim determination of the goldseekers.

Like his more famous older brother Edward, he attempted to document the lives of the Indians in the Washington, but in a more realistic fashion than that practiced by Edward. Asahel visited BC on several occasions. Among the sights he photographed in BC were bays, bridges, canyons, cities, lakes, mountains, Princess Louisa Inlet, rivers, valleys, waterfalls and waterways (according to a list of subject headings in Frederick and Engerman).

Asahel Curtis' later work as an industrial and publicity photographer based in Seattle until his death serves as one of the most important visual records of the Pacific Northwest, including British Columbia. 
Curtis, Asahel (I513)
287 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: At the time he married he gave his occupation as picture framer; he worked for Stride Studios in New Westminster in that capacity. He was listed as a photographer in the 1934 Vancouver directory and was married to the photographer Ada D. Taylor. Taylor, Norman Dale (I957)
288 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: At the time of his marriage he gave his occupation as photographer and residence as Fish Lake, BC, where he operated the Fine Arts Studio. He subsequently operated Art's Photo Studio in Kelowna in the 1940s and early 1950s. According to his death registration record, he was a self-employed photographer and had last worked at that occupation in 1955. Niedolin, John Robert (I1190)
289 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: At the time of his marriage he was a naval officer residing at the Royal Naval College of Canada in Esquimalt. According to his immigration record, he arrived in August 1918 but had visited Canada previously between 1910 and 1912. By the mid-1930s he was working as a finisher for Robert Fort.

His wife, who went by Winifred, was an amateur photographer and in 1934 won honourable mention in a monthly competition sponsored by the Daily Colonist
Napier-Henry, Hubert John (I1181)
290 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: At the time of his marriage in 1920 he was living in Vancouver and working as a photographer. In 1925 he was listed in the city directory as a photographer for Crystal Finish Ltd. The 1928 voters list for Vancouver recorded him still working as a photographer though he is not listed in the city directory that year. Neumeyer, George Alexander (I1182)
291 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Aunt Molly may be the name for a retail line of photographic novelties for children according to the 1935 business directory entry under The Child's House. The latter was founded and owned by Mrs. Ethelyn Belt-Hamlin who was also listed as manager of Bridgman's Ltd. that year. Aunt Molly (I619)
292 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: B.B. Dobbs photographed primarily around the Seward Peninsula and was one of the first to use motion picture film north of the Arctic Circle (Alaska Moving Picture Company, established ca. 1909). He was awarded a gold medal at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (St. Louis World's Fair) in 1904 for his Inuit (Eskimo) photographs. Jones (1976) lists a Dobbs from New Whatcom (Bellingham) and indicates a partnership between Dobbs and Nowell in Nome. Dobbs also had a partnership as Dobbs and Kinne (A.B. Kinne) starting around 1903. The Lomen Brothers purchased his negatives and by 1914 Dobbs had moved to Seattle, WA, where he concentrated on his motion picture business.
Dobbs, Beverly Bennett (I521)
293 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mayo, Charles A. (I789)
294 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Based in Chicago, this was a partnership of Charles A. Mayo and J.E. Weed. The firm were "special artists" for Grafton's Tours, also a Chicago company, and "this season [1891] accompanied one through Alaska."

J.E. Weed was the photographer who travelled to Alaska, with part of the outbound or return trip taking him through the scenic route of the Canadian Pacific Railway.

Mayo and Weed published a catalogue and album of this trip. The catalogue described the views of this trip as either 5x8 inch and 8x10 inch. The firm also carried views of "Old Mexico" which were taken in the winter months on another Grafton's Tours. The Mexico images are not described in the catalogue.

The album reproduced on the CIHM microfiche contains 70 8x10 and 56 5x8 views for $30.00. The 8x10 views are first, following by the 5x8 views. A handwritten caption (or typeface simulating handwriting) appears below the image. Each photographs contains a white number imprinted in the lower left corner. There is no other identifying information on the photographs 
Mayo and Weed (I788)
295 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Based in Montreal, Quebec, this firm visited Donald to take portraits. The photographer(s) could not take any landscape views because of smoke. U.S.P. Company (I655)
296 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Based in San Francisco, CA, this firm was took photographs in 1902 of the Valdez, Copper River and Yukon Railroad's proposed route. Miles Brothers (I837)
297 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Beginning in 1926 he operated as the Victoria Photo Company. In 1927 he was first listed as operating a confectionery business. The Victoria Photo Company was not listed in 1927-1928, then it was listed again with him beginning in 1929 and until 1937. He appears to operated as an independent photographer between 1939 and 1941, the last year he was listed in that occupation. His death registration record indicates he last worked as a partner in a men's clothing store. Falk, Alvin Charles (I1230)
298 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Beginning in mid-July 1887 with a brief stop at the just-opened Glacier Hotel, this talented family of scholars and photographers returned for more studies of the mountains in 1894, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900 and on into the twentieth century. An excellent overview of the family's history and outstanding examples of their photographs can be found in Cavell's tribute. Vaux family (I695)
299 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Begun by Charles S. Bailey, the associates in this company were F.V. Bingham and E. Straube. The company was succeeded by the partnership of Bailey and Neelands. C.S. Bailey and Company (I3)
300 BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Believed to have arrived in Victoria with the Royal Engineers as a civilian and armed with a photographer's certificate he had earned in England at the same institution that trained the Royal Engineers in photography, he appears not to have practiced professionally. Surviving views of Fort Victoria are among the earliest in existence. He was listed in the 1874 and 1877 directories as a machinist and gunsmith. Vipond, Arthur (I34)

      «Prev «1 ... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 80» Next»