Camera Workers, 1858-1950

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

Milner, James[1]

Male


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  • Name Milner, James 
    Gender Male 
    Business Address/Year 1903  Grand Forks, BC Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Visit 
    Business Address/Year 1902-1904  Phoenix, BC Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4, 5
    Address:
    School St. and Dominion Ave.
    tent
    Phoenix, BC
    Canada 
    • The Phoenix Pioneer (30 Aug 1902, p. 4) noted he had moved his tent to the "center of the city."
    Where Active (Non-Specific Address) 1903-1905  Fernie, BC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Association Hall, William (Relationship: Predecessor) 
    Person ID I862  Camera Workers | M, vol. 2, 1901-1950
    Last Modified 5 Mar 2017 

  • Documents
    James Milner ad, <i>Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal</i>, January 1904, p. 39
    James Milner ad, Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal, January 1904, p. 39

  • Notes 
    • STATUS: Commercial.
    • BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: He worked in both Grand Forks and Phoenix, specializing in mining photographs, both above and below ground. Around Aug 1902 he purchased the existing photographic business of William Hall.

  • Sources 
    1. [S971] Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal, Jan 1904.
      Ad

    2. [S971] Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal, 1, 20 Sep 1902.
      Notice of visit to Grand Forks; expected to return on or before 5 Oct 1902.

    3. [S971] Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal, 4, 8 Aug 1902.
      Ad re William Hall selling his business to James Milner, "an expert portrait artist, who will remain permanently."

    4. [S971] Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal, 4, 6 Dec 1902.
      A notice indicated he would be closing his Phoenix operation for the 1902-1903 winter.

    5. [S971] Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal, 4, 3 Jan 1903.
      Two notices on the same page described his taking a individual portraits of 46 school children at his studio on New Year's day and views around Phoenix and of the mines.