Camera Workers, 1858-1950

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

Maynard, Richard

Maynard, Richard[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63]

Male 1832 - 1907  (74 years)

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  • Name Maynard, Richard 
    Born 22 Feb 1832  Stratton, Cornwall, Eng., UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Business Address/Year 1864-1868?  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    He moved from this Fort St. location to the Occidental Block, Fort St. 
    Address:
    Fort St.
    Victoria, BC
    Canada 
    Marriage 24 Mar 1852  Bude, Stratton, Cornwall, Eng., UK Find all individuals with events at this location  [64, 65
    Bride: Hannah Hatherly 
    • While sources indicate they were married in Bude Haven, it is the same location as Bude.
    Business Address/Year 1863-1864  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    He worked out of the same location as his wife as a photographer and shoemaker before establishing his own store on Fort St. ca. 1865. 
    Address:
    Johnson St.
    Victoria, BC
    Canada 
    Business Address/Year 1868?-1874  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    He was first listed at this location in the Occidental Block in the 1869 business directory. 
    Address:
    Fort St. (north side)
    Occidental Block
    Victoria, BC
    Canada 
    Business Address/Year 1874-1892  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Address:
    Douglas St.
    corner of Johnson St.
    Victoria, BC
    Canada 
    Business Address/Year 1892-1900  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Address:
    41 Pandora Avenue
    Maynard Building
    Victoria, BC
    Canada 
    Business Address/Year 1901  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Address:
    41 1/2 Pandora Avenue
    Maynard Building
    Victoria, BC
    Canada 
    Business Address/Year 1901-1905  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Address:
    41 Pandora Avenue
    Maynard Building
    Victoria, BC
    Canada 
    Home Address/Year 1862-1907  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    usually same as business address 
    Address:
    Victoria, BC
    Canada 
    Died 10 Jan 1907  Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location  [66
    Buried 13 Jan 1907  Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, BC Find all individuals with events at this location  [67
    Association Maynard, Hannah Hatherly (Relationship: Spouse) 
    Association Macdonald, Emma (Relationship: Father) 
    Association Maynard Albert Hatherly (Relationship: Son) 
    Association Dally, Frederick (Relationship: Undefined) 
    Association Maynard, Lillian Elizabeth (Relationship: Granddaughter; Employee) 
    Association Macdonald, Maynard Forbes (Relationship: Grandson) 
    Person ID I118  Camera Workers | M, vol. 1, 1858-1900
    Last Modified 1 Jul 2022 

  • Photos
    Mrs. R. Maynard, Artist, stamp on bottom of mounted photograph taken by Richard Maynard at Wrangel, Alaska, 1879 06 14
    Mrs. R. Maynard, Artist, stamp on bottom of mounted photograph taken by Richard Maynard at Wrangel, Alaska, 1879 06 14
    Newton H. Chittenden and Haida guides, Haida Gwaii, 28 Apr 1884.
    Newton H. Chittenden and Haida guides, Haida Gwaii, 28 Apr 1884.
    Richard Maynard accompanied on Chittenden on his exploration of the Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii) An engraving based on this photograph, with the photographer added, was published in Chittenden's Hyda Land and People (1884). Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. A-02042.
    Photographer Richard Maynard with his field camera.
    Photographer Richard Maynard with his field camera.
    Photographed in his wife's (Hannah Hatherly Maynard) studio. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. F-06336.
    Hannah and Richard Maynard's adjoining businesses, Douglas and Johnson streets, Victoria.
    Hannah and Richard Maynard's adjoining businesses, Douglas and Johnson streets, Victoria.
    Richard relocated his boot and shoe business from Fort Street to this location around May 1874. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. A-00853 (HP001820).
    Hannah and Richard Maynard's camera float on Pandora Avenue for a Victoria parade.
    Hannah and Richard Maynard's camera float on Pandora Avenue for a Victoria parade.
    Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. F-05137.
    Maynard Building, Pandora Avenue, Victoria.
    Maynard Building, Pandora Avenue, Victoria.
    A stereo photograph, this building housed Richard's boot and shoe business and Hannah's portrait studio. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. G-04812.
    Maynard building, Pandora Avenue, Victoria, interior.
    Maynard building, Pandora Avenue, Victoria, interior.
    Richard Maynard on the left. The stereographoscope, used for viewing stereographs and mounted single photographs, seen on the left in BC Archives, Visual Records call no. C-08996, is visible in this photo. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. C-08870.
    Maynard building, Pandora Avenue, Victoria, interior.
    Maynard building, Pandora Avenue, Victoria, interior.
    The stereographoscope, used for viewing stereographs and mounted single photographs, seen on the left in BC Archives, Visual Records call no. C-08870, is visible in this photo. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. C-08996.
    Label enlargement from CPR construction photo, ca. 1880-1883.
    Label enlargement from CPR construction photo, ca. 1880-1883.
    Richard Maynard used this type of label on many of his photos of CPR construction.

    Documents
    Engraving of Newton H. Chittenden and Haida guides, Haida Gwaii, 28 Apr 1884.
    Engraving of Newton H. Chittenden and Haida guides, Haida Gwaii, 28 Apr 1884.
    Based on a photograph by Richard Maynard. Created by the Moss Engraving Co., New York, the engraver inserted the photographer into the scene. The engraving was published in Chittenden's Hyda Land and People (1884). The original photograph is BC Archives Visual Records call no. A-02042.
    Richard Maynard cartouche, verso of carte-de-visite.
    Richard Maynard cartouche, verso of carte-de-visite.
    Photograph depicts the Henry Classon Courtney residence at Rockland Avenue and Cook Street. Courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records catalogue no. HP002550 (item A-01188).
    Richard Mayard cartouche from the verso of a stereograph, 20 Mar 1878.
    Richard Mayard cartouche from the verso of a stereograph, 20 Mar 1878.
    The stereograph is the wedding party of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harris, nee Martha Douglas. Courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records catalogue no. HP002719 (item F-07259).
    R. Maynard cartouche from the verso of a stereograph, ca. 1895.
    R. Maynard cartouche from the verso of a stereograph, ca. 1895.
    Depicts the steamship Pak Shan at the Outer docks. This vessel was among those used to transport miners and officials to Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush in the Yukon Territory. Courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records catalogue no. HP000412 (item F-07277).
    Richard Maynard's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 9 Jun 1874.
    Richard Maynard's ad, Victoria Colonist, 9 Jun 1874.
    Richard relocated his boot and shoe business to the same building he and his wife shared for her photography business. This ad began running on 3 May 1874.
    Richard Maynard's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 2 May 1874.
    Richard Maynard's ad, Victoria Colonist, 2 May 1874.
    The last appearance of this ad for his boot and shoe store business on Fort Street, the next day a new ad appeared announcing the relocation of his business to the corner of Douglas and Johnson streets, a building he shared with his wife's photography business.
    Mrs. R. Maynard news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 25 Mar 1868, p. 3.
    Mrs. R. Maynard news item, Victoria Colonist, 25 Mar 1868, p. 3.
    She marketed photographs of the 1868 Fanny shipwreck taken on 24 Mar 1868. Although the newspaper claimed they were taken by her, they were likely taken by her husband Richard.
    R.E. Gosnell's biography of Richard Maynard and family, <i>A History [of] British Columbia</i> (1906), p. 399.
    R.E. Gosnell's biography of Richard Maynard and family, A History [of] British Columbia (1906), p. 399.
    Page one of three.
    R.E. Gosnell's biography of Richard Maynard and family, <i>A History [of] British Columbia</i> (1906), p. 400.
    R.E. Gosnell's biography of Richard Maynard and family, A History [of] British Columbia (1906), p. 400.
    Page two of three.
    R.E. Gosnell's biography of Richard Maynard and family, <i>A History [of] British Columbia</i> (1906), p. 401.
    R.E. Gosnell's biography of Richard Maynard and family, A History [of] British Columbia (1906), p. 401.
    Page three of three.
    Richard Maynard and J.A. Craigg news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 3 May 1872, p. 3.
    Richard Maynard and J.A. Craigg news item, Victoria Colonist, 3 May 1872, p. 3.
    About their collaboration in photographing St. Ann's convent.
    Richard Maynard news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 14 Jul 1872, p. 3.
    Richard Maynard news item, Victoria Colonist, 14 Jul 1872, p. 3.
    About his photographing the foundered North Pacific and another steamer, likely afloat, the Maude.
    Mrs. R. Maynard news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 11 Oct 1872, p. 3.
    Mrs. R. Maynard news item, Victoria Colonist, 11 Oct 1872, p. 3.
    An article about the first provincial agricultural exhibition mentioned her stereoscopic views which may in fact have been taken by her husband Richard.
    Richard and Mrs. R. Maynard news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 19 Jun 1878, p. 3.
    Richard and Mrs. R. Maynard news item, Victoria Colonist, 19 Jun 1878, p. 3.
    About their photographic visit to the mainland which took them likely as far as Lytton at the junction of the Fraser and Thompson rivers.
    R. Maynard news item, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 5 Apr 1896, p. 8.
    R. Maynard news item, Victoria Colonist, 5 Apr 1896, p. 8.
    This item references the photo studio but credits Richard, rather than Hannah, with its ownership.
    Richard Maynard cartouche on verso of stereograph, 1884.
    Richard Maynard cartouche on verso of stereograph, 1884.
    The image on the observe depicts the interior of Chief Wiah's "Monster House" as photographed by Richard Maynard in Masset, Haida Gwaii, in 1884. An annotation on the verso states "June 1885". Image courtesy of the Getty Museum (no. 84.XC.979.6017).
    Richard Maynard cartouche on verso of stereograph, ca. 1885.
    Richard Maynard cartouche on verso of stereograph, ca. 1885.
    The image on the observe depicts freight wagons on the Cariboo Road; with no evidence of ice on the ground, it is diffcult to believe that the river in the distance is frozen over. Image courtesy of the Getty Museum (no. 84.XC.979.9863).
    J.B. Kerr's biography of Richard Maynard, p. 229.
    J.B. Kerr's biography of Richard Maynard, p. 229.
    J.B. Kerr's biography of Richard Maynard, p. 230.
    J.B. Kerr's biography of Richard Maynard, p. 230.
    R. Maynard photo ID, ca. 1880s.
    R. Maynard photo ID, ca. 1880s.
    Yale University Library, WA Photos 62.
    Mrs. R. Maynard entry, <i>The New West</i> (1888), p. 199.
    Mrs. R. Maynard entry, The New West (1888), p. 199.
    Richard Maynard's field photography is mentioned at the end of this entry.
    Mrs. R. Maynard entry, <i>The New West</i> (1888), p. 200.
    Mrs. R. Maynard entry, The New West (1888), p. 200.
    Richard Maynard's field photography is mentioned at the end of this entry.
    Mrs. R. and Richard's ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 9 Jan 1892, p. 2.
    Mrs. R. and Richard's ad, Victoria Colonist, 9 Jan 1892, p. 2.
    Maynard Building[?] construction cost, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 1 Jan 1892, p. 8.
    Maynard Building[?] construction cost, Victoria Colonist, 1 Jan 1892, p. 8.
    The $9,000.00 may be an assessed amount and the J. Maynard may refer to James Maynard, relationship unknown.
    Richard Maynard and Mrs. R. removal auction, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 23 Mar 1892, p. 1.
    Richard Maynard and Mrs. R. removal auction, Victoria Colonist, 23 Mar 1892, p. 1.
    To save the expense of moving stock one block, the Maynards held an auction.
    Richard Maynard ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 29 Mar 1892, p. 5.
    Richard Maynard ad, Victoria Colonist, 29 Mar 1892, p. 5.
    In this ad he lets his customers know of his shoe store's new location on Pandora Avenue.
    Mrs. R. and Richard Maynard's joint ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 1 Apr 1892, p. 2.
    Mrs. R. and Richard Maynard's joint ad, Victoria Colonist, 1 Apr 1892, p. 2.
    This is their first joint ad following their move from their former addresses on Douglas Street.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 1 Jan 1892, p. 8.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 1 Jan 1892, p. 8.
    In addition to the construction of the Maynard Building, Richard also built some cabins in 1891 for housing on Pandora Avenue.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 24 Apr 1892, p. 5.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 24 Apr 1892, p. 5.
    He photographed the Speaker and the Members of the Legislative Assembly inside the Chamber following the end of the session on 23 Apr 1892.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 7 Jul 1892, p. 3.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 7 Jul 1892, p. 3.
    Noting his departure for the seal rookeries in the Bering Sea, this article states he was commissioned by the British government to take photographs there and was the only passenger aboard the Danube.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 30 Jul 1892, p. 2, part 1.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 30 Jul 1892, p. 2, part 1.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 30 Jul 1892, p. 2, part 2.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 30 Jul 1892, p. 2, part 2.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 4 Jun 1873, p. 3.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 4 Jun 1873, p. 3.
    A description of some of the photographs he took on his HMS Boxer voyage, noting that the images were "issued in card and stereoscopic shape."
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 21 Jun 1873, p. 3.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 21 Jun 1873, p. 3.
    Describes photographs taken at Knight Inlet and Bella Coola.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Standard</i>, 4 Jun 1873, p. 3.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Standard, 4 Jun 1873, p. 3.
    Maynard was not touring the province, only visiting points along the northwest coast aboard HMS Boxer, and he did not return to Victoria until 17 Jun.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria <i>Standard</i>, 21 Jun 1873, p. 3.
    Richard Maynard news, Victoria Standard, 21 Jun 1873, p. 3.
    Mrs. R. Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 27 May 1883, p.3.
    Mrs. R. Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 27 May 1883, p.3.
    This same issue published two pieces about photos taken by O.C. Hastings of Spencer and Hastings of the same subject matter on Thursday, 24 May. The photographs were almost certainly taken by her husband, Richard Maynard. For a possible match to the baseball game, see https://search-bcarchives.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/baseball-game-in-beacon-hill-park-victoria-2
    Richard Maynard ad, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 5 Nov 1886, p. 2.
    Richard Maynard ad, Victoria Colonist, 5 Nov 1886, p. 2.
    The Island railway refers to the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway which was built between 1884 and 13 Aug 1886 when Prime Minister John A. MacDonald drove the last spike.
    Richard and Mrs. R. Maynard's ad, Chittenden, <i>Settlers, Miners and Tourists Guide from Ocean to Ocean by the CPR</i> (1885), p. 112.
    Richard and Mrs. R. Maynard's ad, Chittenden, Settlers, Miners and Tourists Guide from Ocean to Ocean by the CPR (1885), p. 112.
    Mrs. R. and Richard Maynard ad, Victoria <i>Province</i>, 2 Feb 1895, p. 82.
    Mrs. R. and Richard Maynard ad, Victoria Province, 2 Feb 1895, p. 82.
    A dual ad for their businesses at 41 Pandora Ave. which they had opened in March 1892 in their own building. Mrs. R. Maynard's studio was upstairs and it was entered through a separate outside entrance whose address was 41 1/2 Pandora Ave.
    Mrs. R. Maynard ad, Victoria <i>Standard</i>, 8 Dec 1885, p. 3.
    Mrs. R. Maynard ad, Victoria Standard, 8 Dec 1885, p. 3.
    These CPR views were more than likely chiefly taken by Richard Maynard since he had spent several years in the early 1880s documenting construction of the railway.
    Richard and Mrs. R. Maynard ads, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 31 Jan 1871, p. 3.
    Richard and Mrs. R. Maynard ads, Victoria Colonist, 31 Jan 1871, p. 3.
    At this time they operated in two separate locations, Richard in the Occidental Building or Block on Fort Street, and Hannah on Johnson St. near Douglas St.
    Richard and Mrs. R. Maynard news, Victoria <i>Colonist</i>, 30 Mar 1892, p. 8.
    Richard and Mrs. R. Maynard news, Victoria Colonist, 30 Mar 1892, p. 8.
    Their former location at Douglas and Johnson streets was taken over by George Vienna as a fish and fruit store.

  • Notes 
    • STATUS: Commercial.
    • BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Married in 1852 to Hannah Hatherly, he gave up bootmaking in Bowmanville to mine gold in the Fraser River in 1859. Returning to Canada (Ontario) for his family, they sailed via San Francisco on the Sierra Nevada, the same boat which brought F.G. Claudet back to Victoria in Mar 1862. Richard left his family again that Jun for the Stikine Territory and the gold fields there. He is reputed to have made a fortune and came back to Victoria, possibly a year later, where he settled down as a boot and shoe maker and photographer.

      The earliest known reference to his photography is a panorama he made of Victoria harbour in May 1864. His first trip outside Victoria occurred in 1868 when he took his son Albert to Barkerville. He accompanied Indian Affairs commissioner Dr. I.W. Powell in 1873 on an inspection tour along the east coast of Vancouver Island and the northwest coast of the mainland. The next year found Maynard on another trip with Powell, this time around Vancouver Island. Fog and rain prevented Richard from taking many photographs. Another important trip was made with Captain Newton H. Chittenden to Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) in 1884. He and Hannah returned to the Queen Charlottes in 1888. Maynard sailed to the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea to photograph the seal rookeries in 1892. Richard also made trips to Alaska for photographic purposes in 1879, 1882, and 1887.

      Many of Richard Maynard's photographs (prints) were collected by the amateur ethnologist Dr. C.F. Newcombe, along with some of his personal papers (diaries, notebooks, and the letters to Hannah written during his trip to the Pribilof Islands in 1892). The negatives, along with those of his wife, were donated or sold to the BC Archives by his son Albert. Albert also donated the silver medal won by Richard in 1890.
    • IDENTIFYING MARKS: "Photographed by R. Maynard, Victoria, B.C." on verso of print mount. "R. Maynard, Photographic Artist, and Dealer in All Kinds of Photographic Materials, Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C." on verso of print mount. "R. Maynard, Photographic Artist, and Dealer in All Kinds of Photographic Materials, Cor. Douglas and Johnson Sts., Victoria, B.C." on verso of print mount. "R. Maynard, Photographic Artist and Dealer in All Kinds of Photographic Materials, 41 Pandora Street [sic], Victoria, B.C." on verso of print mount. Negatives may be captioned and marked "Photographed by R. Maynard." Bottom front of print mount may be marked "R. Maynard Artist" or "Photo by R. Maynard" or "R. Maynard Photographer."
    • REFERENCES: Newspapers; provincial Voters Lists; government (federal and provincial) records; photographs; all at BVIPA.

  • Sources 
    1. [S46] COLLECTION: BVIPA (Reliability: 3).
      Glass negatives and prints

    2. [S1159] COLLECTION: OTAGO.
      Prints

    3. [S45] COLLECTION: BVAA.
      Prints

    4. [S139] COLLECTION: BVICA.
      Prints and stereograph

    5. [S1154] COLLECTION: GEHM.
      Stereograph

    6. [S48] COLLECTION: ACG.
      Prints

    7. [S933] COLLECTION: GETTY.
      Stereographs

    8. [S152] COLLECTION: OOA.
      Prints

    9. [S1152] COLLECTION: QMMCM.
      Prints

    10. [S1153] COLLECTION: NYPL .
      Prints and photogravures

    11. [S156] COLLECTION: ORHSOC.
      Album

    12. [S163] COLLECTION: SI.
      Stereographs

    13. [S138] COLLECTION: BVAUS (Reliability: 3).
      Prints

    14. [S169] COLLECTION: UWL.
      Early photographers collection, 1860-1943 (PH0334): prints.

    15. [S134] COLLECTION: BVA.
      Prints

    16. [S173] COLLECTION: YUL.
      Prints (mounted)

    17. [S12] MAL68, (Victoria, V.I.: E. Mallandine, 1868), 38.
      Victoria: "Maynard Rich., bootmaker and dealer, Fort street"
      First listing in a business directory.

    18. [S13] MAL69, (Victoria, V.I.: E. Mallandine, 1869), 37.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Rich., boot & shoe dealer & maker, Occidental building" [Fort St.]

    19. [S14] MAL71, (Victoria, V.I.: E. Mallandine, 1871), 25.
      Victoria: "Maynard Rich., bootmaker, Fort street"
      First year George H. Maynard is listed as bootmaker on Fort St.

    20. [S15] MAL74, (Victoria, B.C.: E. Mallandine, 1874), 24.
      Victoria: "Maynard R., boot maker, Fort St."

    21. [S16] HIB77, (Victoria, B.C.: T.N. Hibben and Co., 1877), 310.
      Victoria: "Maynard Richard, boot and shoe maker, cor. Johnson and Douglas streets"
      First listing for Richard's brother Joseph as an "express driver", Chatham St.

    22. [S1155] PACC80, (San Francisco, Cal.: L.M. McKenney & Co., 1880), 429 and 442.
      p. 429: "Maynard R, photographer, boots and shoes"
      p. 442: Classified: Photographs: Maynard R, Victoria

    23. [S17] WIL82, (Victoria, B.C.: R.T. Williams, 1882), 56.
      Victoria: "Maynard R, leather & shoe findings, N E cor Douglas and Johnson sts"

    24. [S1156] DIST82, (San Francisco, Cal.: W.C. Disturnell, 1882), 596.
      Victoria: "Maynard R, boots and shoes, cor Douglas and Johnson"

    25. [S1157] PACC83, (San Francisco, Cal.: L.M. McKenney & Co., 1882), 1198.
      Victoria: "Maynard R, boots and shoes, leather and shoe findings"

    26. [S19] WIL85, Woltz, William, comp., (Victoria, B.C.: R.T. Williams, 1885), 55.
      Victoria: "Maynard R., leather and shoe findings, N. E. cor. Douglas and Johnson"

    27. [S20] MAL87, Mallandine, Edward, (Victoria, B.C.: E. Mallandine, R.T. Williams, 1887), 60.
      Victoria: "Maynard R., leather and shoe finds, cor. Douglas st. & Johnson st."

    28. [S21] HEN89, Henderson, James, comp., (Victoria, B.C.: Leonard George Henderson, 1889), 487.
      Victoria: "Maynard Richard, dealer in boots and shoes, leather and findings, and boot and shoe maker, 97 Douglas, res 99 Douglas"

    29. [S22] WIL89, Draper, Thomas, comp., (Victoria, B.C.: R.T. Williams, 1889), 128.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Richard, leather and shoe findings, 97 Douglas"

    30. [S23] HENVIC90, Henderson, L.G., comp., (Victoria, B.C.: Henderson Directory Co., 1890), 205.
      Victoria: "Maynard Richard, dealer in boots and shoes, leather and findings, and boot and shoemaker, 97 Douglas, res 99 Douglas"

    31. [S26] WILVICNAN90, Draper, Thomas, comp., (Victoria, B.C.: R.T. Williams, 1890), 194.
      Victoria: "Maynard, R, leather and shoe findings, 97 Douglas, res 99 Douglas

    32. [S24] HEN90, (Victoria, B.C.: Henderson Directory Co., 1890), 551.
      Victoria: "Maynard Richard, dealer in boots and shoes, leather and findings, and boot and shoe maker, 97 Douglas, res 99 Douglas"

    33. [S28] HEN91, (Vancouver, B.C.: Henderson Directory Co., 1891), 674.
      Victoria: "Maynard Richard, Dealer in Boots and Shoes, Leather and Findings, 97 Douglas, res 99 Douglas

    34. [S29] WIL91, Halliday, W.M., comp., (Victoria, B.C.: R.T. Willilams, 1890), 246.
      Victoria: "Maynard, R, boot and shoe dealer, 97 Douglas"

    35. [S30] WIL92, (Victoria, B.C.: R.T. Williams, 1892), 436.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Richd, shoe merchant, Douglas and Johnson, 128 Cook"
      p. 220: street directory: 130 [Cook St. between Meares and Fort streets] Maynard, R [,] Vertue, J. 128 Cook St. is occupied by Thomas Preece.

    36. [S32] WIL93, Williams' B.C. Directory Co., comp., (Victoria, B.C.: Printed by the Victoria Printing Company, 1893), 559.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Richard, photographer, 41 1-2 Pandora ave"

    37. [S1158] MERC94, Marks, A., comp., (San Francisco, Cal.: Mercantile Guide Co., 1894), 612.
      Victoria: "Maynard R, boots and shoes 43 Pandora"

    38. [S33] WIL94, Williams' B.C. Directory Co., comp., (Victoria, B.C.: Williams' B.C. Directory Co., 1894), 328.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Richard, boot and shoe findings and photographic supplies 41 Pandora"

    39. [S34] WIL95, (Victoria, B.C.: Williams' B.C. Directory Co., 1895), 423.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Richard, boot and shoe findings and photographic supplies 41 Pandora"

    40. [S31] MER96, (Victoria, B.C.: T.R. Cusack, printer, 1896), unpaged.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Richard 41 Pandora boots, shoes & photo stock"

    41. [S36] HEN97, (Victoria, B.C.: Henderson Publishing Co., 1897), 791.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Richard, boots, shoes and findings, 41 Pandora"

    42. [S37] WIL97, (Victoria, B.C.: Williams' B.C. Directory Co., 1897), 462.
      Victoria: "Maynard R, boot and shoe findings and photographer, 41 Pandora St"

    43. [S38] HEN98, (Victoria, B.C.: Henderson Publishing Co., 1898), 781.
      Victoria: "Maynard, Richard, boots, shoes and findings, 41 Pandora"

    44. [S40] WIL99, Williams, R.T., comp., (Victoria, B.C.: Province Publishing Co., 1899), 422.
      Victoria: "Maynard, R., second-hand store, 43 Pandora ave."
      Victoria: "Maynard, R., Boots, Shoes and Findings, Photographer, 41 Pandora ave."

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      Victoria: "Maynard, Richard, boots, shoes and findings, 41 Pandora"

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