Camera Workers, 1858-1950

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

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3951 URL: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/FJayHaynesandBroPHColl614.xml Source (S533)
 
3952 URL: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/HahnAugustPHColl557.xml Source (S528)
 
3953 URL: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/HarrimanAlaskaPHColl333.xml Source (S537)
 
3954 URL: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/HeggCopperRiverPHColl375.xml Source (S531)
 
3955 URL: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/KinneAlbertPHColl314.xml Source (S526)
 
3956 URL: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/MeedWilliamPHColl246.xml Source (S538)
 
3957 URL: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/SarvantHenryMPHColl35.xml Source (S535)
 
3958 URL: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/TowneBertramPHColl502.xml Source (S529)
 
3959 URL: http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/pdfs/bchf/bch_2005_04.pdf Source (S507)
 
3960 URL: http://www.mnhs.org/people/photographers/ Source (S813)
 
3961 URL: http://www.nls.uk Source (S939)
 
3962 URL: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Find/Holt-Atherton-Special-Collections.html Source (S937)
 
3963 URL: http://www.photolondon.org.uk Source (S111)
 
3964 URL: http://www.rogerco.freeserve.co.uk/victoria.htm Source (S355)
 
3965 URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilphotos/phtoginx.htm Source (S515)
 
3966 URL: http://www.vihistory.ca Source (S357)
 
3967 URL: http://www.vitalsearch-ca.com/gen/ca/_vitals/cadeathm.htm Source (S358)
 
3968 URL: http://www.vpl.ca/bccd/index.php/browse/title/1889/Williams%27_BC_Directory Source (S22)
 
3969 URL: http://www.vpl.ca/branches/LibrarySquare/spe/gunterman/index.html Source (S354)
 
3970 URL: http://www.vpl.vancouver.bc.ca/branches/LibrarySquare/spe/artray/index.html Source (S349)
 
3971 URL: http://www.vpl.vancouver.bc.ca/branches/LibrarySquare/spe/cpr/index.html Source (S350)
 
3972 URL: http://www.vpl.vancouver.bc.ca/branches/LibrarySquare/spe/photos/photoagree.html Source (S348)
 
3973 URL: http://www.wshs.org/wshm/online-exhibits/klondike/index.htm Source (S478)
 
3974 URL: http://www.yukongenealogy.com/content/archives_database_search.htm Source (S388)
 
3975 URL: http://www.yukongenealogy.com/content/database_search.htm Source (S387)
 
3976 URL: https://archive.org Source (S936)
 
3977 URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cLYFuxG4_6u4o3KjoXKdQQ4a8rp5nkj2A7SvamWgV7o/edit Source (S827)
 
3978 URL: https://georgiaphotographers.wordpress.com/ Source (S826)
 
3979 URL: https://pioneeramericanphotographers.com/ Source (S825)
 
3980 URL: https://qvictoria.wordpress.com/ Source (S1011)
 
3981 URL: https://www.findagrave.com Source (S832)
 
3982 URL: https://www.google.com/patents Source (S841)
 
3983 URL: telnet://vax.geh.org
Password: GUEST2 
Source (S295)
 
3984 Use Archives Canada for searches of archival records descriptions contributed by archives across Canada. Links are also found here to the subnetworks operated at the provincial, territorial or interprovincial levels.  Source (S88)
 
3985 VANCOUVER STUDIO (FAIRFIELD BUILDING) DESCRIPTION:

This description of F.L. Hacking's new photo studio was published by the (Vancouver) Daily News-Advertiser on 14 Aug 1908, p. 15. The article was illustrated with three photographs depicting the "Reception Room", the "Skylight Room" and "Another View of Reception Room."

"An Artistic Studio.

A member of the "News-Advertiser" staff visited the new photographic studio of Mr. F.L. Hacking in the Fairfield Building, Granville Street, where for weeks past contractors and decorators have been transforming several suites of rooms and offices into what is now recognized as the most complete and artistic studio in the Province.

On entering the reception room, one is immediately impressed by the beautiful and quaint appearance of the apartment, which is furnished in the early English style. Amongst the many special features one's attention is drawn to the beautiful panelled walls, enriched with copper nailing, the unique fire grate and the casement windows and doors, whilst four heavy clusters of drop lights, suspended from the beamed ceilings--all designed and made especially for this studio--give the room a pleasing and uncommon appearance.

The delightful color scheme, from the rich rug on the floor to the delicate harmony of walls and ceilings, tends to show to advantage the specimens of artistic portraiture displayed, and gives visitors that feeling of repose and satisfaction that assures them that their own work could not be entrusted to better hands.

Leading from the reception room through a massive archway are the dressing rooms, each fitted with long pier mirrors and furnished in the same good taste.

The skylight room, one of the most important features of Mr. Hacking's business, has been constructed to give lighting facilities which will enable photographs to be taken at all reasonable times and under all conditions. The room is large and not encumbered with a hetreogeneous [sic] mass of painfully artificial scenery and paraphernalia; instead you see instruments and accessories of the best lenses by Dallmeyer, of London, England, and Goerz, of Berlin; camera by Anthony, of New York, and the necessary backgrounds are a revelation of simplicity and rich value, all painted especially by Packard, of Boston.

Nearly every modern equipment known to photography may be found in this up-to-date studio. The developing and finishing rooms are complete in every detail, giving this studio advantages for promptly executing work, a desideratum of no small importance, and one that will be immediately appreciated.

As a capable photographer, Mr. Hacking needs but little introduction in Vancouver. He was apprenticed when a young man in a leading Eastern studio, where high ideals and careful workmanship were early acquired. Eleven years ago he came to Vancouver and after eight years connected with Wadds Brothers' studio purchased the studio in New Westminster formerly conducted by Mr. S.J. Thompson. His artistic work brought immediate success that has necessitated branching out into the broader fields of opportunity offered in Vancouver.

Not being satisfied with anything but the best location and equipment, he finally secured the present quarters in the Fairfield building, the heart of the best district, which our readers are heartily commended to visit and inspect.

Mr. Hacking aptly says that "the aim and purpose of this studio is to turn out only high grade photographs, and the best that experience, artistic training, perfect equipment and skilled workmanship can produce is offered to its patrons." 
Hacking, Frederick Louis (I172)
 
3986 VANCOUVER STUDIO (FAIRFIELD BUILDING) DESCRIPTION:

This description of F.L. Hacking's new photo studio was published by the (Vancouver) Daily News-Advertiser on 14 Aug 1908, p. 15. The article was illustrated with three photographs depicting the "Reception Room", the "Skylight Room" and "Another View of Reception Room."

"An Artistic Studio.

A member of the "News-Advertiser" staff visited the new photographic studio of Mr. F.L. Hacking in the Fairfield Building, Granville Street, where for weeks past contractors and decorators have been transforming several suites of rooms and offices into what is now recognized as the most complete and artistic studio in the Province.

On entering the reception room, one is immediately impressed by the beautiful and quaint appearance of the apartment, which is furnished in the early English style. Amongst the many special features one's attention is drawn to the beautiful panelled walls, enriched with copper nailing, the unique fire grate and the casement windows and doors, whilst four heavy clusters of drop lights, suspended from the beamed ceilings--all designed and made especially for this studio--give the room a pleasing and uncommon appearance.

The delightful color scheme, from the rich rug on the floor to the delicate harmony of walls and ceilings, tends to show to advantage the specimens of artistic portraiture displayed, and gives visitors that feeling of repose and satisfaction that assures them that their own work could not be entrusted to better hands.

Leading from the reception room through a massive archway are the dressing rooms, each fitted with long pier mirrors and furnished in the same good taste.

The skylight room, one of the most important features of Mr. Hacking's business, has been constructed to give lighting facilities which will enable photographs to be taken at all reasonable times and under all conditions. The room is large and not encumbered with a hetreogeneous [sic] mass of painfully artificial scenery and paraphernalia; instead you see instruments and accessories of the best lenses by Dallmeyer, of London, England, and Goerz, of Berlin; camera by Anthony, of New York, and the necessary backgrounds are a revelation of simplicity and rich value, all painted especially by Packard, of Boston.

Nearly every modern equipment known to photography may be found in this up-to-date studio. The developing and finishing rooms are complete in every detail, giving this studio advantages for promptly executing work, a desideratum of no small importance, and one that will be immediately appreciated.

As a capable photographer, Mr. Hacking needs but little introduction in Vancouver. He was apprenticed when a young man in a leading Eastern studio, where high ideals and careful workmanship were early acquired. Eleven years ago he came to Vancouver and after eight years connected with Wadds Brothers' studio purchased the studio in New Westminster formerly conducted by Mr. S.J. Thompson. His artistic work brought immediate success that has necessitated branching out into the broader fields of opportunity offered in Vancouver.

Not being satisfied with anything but the best location and equipment, he finally secured the present quarters in the Fairfield building, the heart of the best district, which our readers are heartily commended to visit and inspect.

Mr. Hacking aptly says that "the aim and purpose of this studio is to turn out only high grade photographs, and the best that experience, artistic training, perfect equipment and skilled workmanship can produce is offered to its patrons." 
Hacking Photo Studio (I278)
 
3987 VARIANT NAME: Abbot, Ray. Abbott, Roy Walton L. (I560)
 
3988 VARIANT NAME: Aber's Studio. Aber Studio Ltd. (I563)
 
3989 VARIANT NAME: Ackroyd, Anna. Vanderpant, Anna (I885)
 
3990 VARIANT NAME: Akpinar, Mehmet Sabahattin. Dean, Mickey (I1344)
 
3991 VARIANT NAME: Allan, R.W. Allen, William Russell (I328)
 
3992 VARIANT NAME: Allen Photo.; Allen Photographic Company. J.D. Allen Photographic Company (I580)
 
3993 VARIANT NAME: Allen, Jimmy. Allen, James Hamilton (I583)
 
3994 VARIANT NAME: Amelia Gertrude Freshwater. Freshwater, Gertrude Amelia (I1308)
 
3995 VARIANT NAME: Annabel, Earl M. Annable, Earle Merrill (I1366)
 
3996 VARIANT NAME: Asher, William G. ? Andrews, William G. (I590)
 
3997 VARIANT NAME: Atkins, Bernie. Atkins, Bernard H. (I617)
 
3998 VARIANT NAME: Badlam, Maud I. Badlam, Miss Maude I. (I343)
 
3999 VARIANT NAME: Barley, Harrie C. Barley, Harry C. (I359)
 
4000 VARIANT NAME: Bartbole, W. Barthole, W. (I362)
 

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