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''Evening' on Burrard Inlet' by Robert M. Love, 1907.
"'Evening' on Burrard Inlet" by Robert M. Love, 1907.
This photograph was featured in his ad in Henderson's City of Vancouver Directory 1908, p. 139. The Wikimedia page mistitled it "Evenings on Burrard Inlet" There are quotation marks on the mount around the word evening to indicate this image was manipulated in the darkroom to produce an evening or nighttime effect. Part of the Canadian Copyright Collection at the British Library.
 
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'Notice. Richard H. Trueman, Deceased.', <i>British Columbia Gazette</i>, 16 Mar 1911, p. 3555
"Notice. Richard H. Trueman, Deceased.", British Columbia Gazette, 16 Mar 1911, p. 3555
 
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'Trueman's Studio' news item, <i>British Columbia Review</i>, 1906.
"Trueman's Studio" news item, British Columbia Review, 1906.
 
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<i>Christmas Tree Program</i>, Teller, AK, 25 Dec 1901.
Christmas Tree Program, Teller, AK, 25 Dec 1901.
An ad for Eugen Androchourcz appears on this sheet.
 
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<i>Cumberland Islander</i> ad, 8 Mar 1919, p. 1
Cumberland Islander ad, 8 Mar 1919, p. 1
 
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A photographer, possibly Arthur S. Rappertie, timing an exposure.
A photographer, possibly Arthur S. Rappertie, timing an exposure.
Photograph by S.A. Spencer. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. G-03300 (catalogue no. HP096449); copied from Camera album no. 37.
 
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A R.A. Spencer Studio ad for new Kodak camera models, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 28 May 1947, p. 8.
A R.A. Spencer Studio ad for new Kodak camera models, Chilliwack Progress, 28 May 1947, p. 8.
 
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A S.J. Thompson photo bearing his number 1290 prefixed by 'T' and credited to Shaw Brothers Limited by the latter.
A S.J. Thompson photo bearing his number 1290 prefixed by "T" and credited to Shaw Brothers Limited by the latter.
While the image content date of ca. 1891 is approximately correct, the Shaw Brothers were not in existence at that time. City of Vancouver Archives Item: Out P796.3 - View from Upper Springs Banff
 
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A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Atlin, BC.
A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Atlin, BC.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. D-06272.
 
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A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Atlin, BC.
A.C. Hirschfeld's photography business, Atlin, BC.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. F-00178.
 
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A.D. Coltman photographed at the Steffens-Colmer Studios Ltd. with a camera, ca. 1943.
A.D. Coltman photographed at the Steffens-Colmer Studios Ltd. with a camera, ca. 1943.
City of Vancouver Archives reference code: AM1545-S3-: CVA 586-1039
 
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A.D. Worgan's ad, <i>Midway Advance</i>, 1894 04 26.
A.D. Worgan's ad, Midway Advance, 1894 04 26.
C.W. Holliday had an ad on the same page for his studio in Vernon.
 
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A.F. Mercer news item, <i>Omineca Herald</i>, 10 Jun 1921, p. 1.
A.F. Mercer news item, Omineca Herald, 10 Jun 1921, p. 1.
About a hunting trip to Mount Robson.
 
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A.H. Maynard ad, <i>Daily Colonist</i>, 3 Feb 1915, p. 6.
A.H. Maynard ad, Daily Colonist, 3 Feb 1915, p. 6.
He advertised his photo supply business under various names over about three decades.
 
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A.J. Robertson's ad about his studio relocating to South Fort George, <i>Prince George Citizen</i>, 5 Nov 1931, p. 8.
A.J. Robertson's ad about his studio relocating to South Fort George, Prince George Citizen, 5 Nov 1931, p. 8.
This ad appeared directly below another ad or notice about the studio's relocation.
 
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A.J. Robertson's ad announcing the opening of his Prince George studio, <i>Prince George Citizen</i>, 7 May 1925, p. 4.
A.J. Robertson's ad announcing the opening of his Prince George studio, Prince George Citizen, 7 May 1925, p. 4.
 
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A.J. Robertson's ad, <i>Prince George Citizen</i>, 24 Feb 1927, p. 7.
A.J. Robertson's ad, Prince George Citizen, 24 Feb 1927, p. 7.
 
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A.J. Ross' gravestone closeup, Union Cemetery, Calgary, AB.
A.J. Ross' gravestone closeup, Union Cemetery, Calgary, AB.
Status: Located; Ross took the only known photographs of the Last Spike ceremony for the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway on 7 Nov 1885 at Craigellachie, BC.
 
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A.J. Ross' gravestone, Union Cemetery, Calgary, AB.
A.J. Ross' gravestone, Union Cemetery, Calgary, AB.
Status: Located; Ross took the only known photographs of the Last Spike ceremony for the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway on 7 Nov 1885 at Craigellachie, BC.
 
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A.L. Meugens' ad, <i>Times</i>, 26 Sep 1917, p. 13.
A.L. Meugens' ad, Times, 26 Sep 1917, p. 13.
For the Home Products Fair in Victoria,
 
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A.L. Meugens' help wanted ad, <i>Colonist</i>, 12 Sep 1920, p. 32
A.L. Meugens' help wanted ad, Colonist, 12 Sep 1920, p. 32
 
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A.M. McDonald's news item, <i>Nanaimo Free Press</i>, 15 Sep 1921, p. 6.
A.M. McDonald's news item, Nanaimo Free Press, 15 Sep 1921, p. 6.
About adding electric lighting to his studio.
 
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A.S. Rappertie and his mother, ca. 1898.
A.S. Rappertie and his mother, ca. 1898.
They are seated in their apartment behind the Maynard studio on Pandora Ave. Image courtesy of BC Archives, reference code F-06918.
 
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Ad for the auction of all stock at the Rosetta Ann Studio, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 28 Mar 1951, p. 5.
Ad for the auction of all stock at the Rosetta Ann Studio, Chilliwack Progress, 28 Mar 1951, p. 5.
 
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Ad for the Electric Studio operated by F.W. Chandler in Prince Rupert, <i>Northern British Columbia Index and Guide</i>, p. 89.
Ad for the Electric Studio operated by F.W. Chandler in Prince Rupert, Northern British Columbia Index and Guide, p. 89.
 
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Ad, Victoria <i>Daily Standard</i>, 1878 08 22, p. 4
Ad, Victoria Daily Standard, 1878 08 22, p. 4
Ad for an unidentified Victoria photograph portrait studio, 22 Aug 1878.
 
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Alaska photographer, possibly C.L. Andrews
Alaska photographer, possibly C.L. Andrews
From the University of Oregon Libraries description: "Two men on top of Eagle Bluff in Eagle, Alaska. One man identified as C.L. Andrews stands with his head covered by a camera cloth. He is taking a picture with a camera mounted on a tripod. The other man, identified as Frank N. Smith, sits below Andrews resting his arm on his knee; he is wearing a brimmed hat, white neckkerchief, long sleeve shirt, or jacket, dark trousers and shoes. A body of water and a mountain range can be seen in the background." URL: http://oregondigital.org/sets/clarence-andrews/oregondigital:fx719n59b
 
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Alexander Wilson (Wilson Studio) ad, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 9 Jul 1924, p. 8.
Alexander Wilson (Wilson Studio) ad, Chilliwack Progress, 9 Jul 1924, p. 8.
 
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Alexander Wilson article, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 1 Apr 1920, p. 1.
Alexander Wilson article, Chilliwack Progress, 1 Apr 1920, p. 1.
About Wilson's partnering with C.F. Dowsett. Wilson did not have "over 20 years experience" as a photographer. He worked as a photographer for Bishop and Christie in Vancouver between ca. 1913 and 1915 when he enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force. He would have been simply too young to have chalked up those many years as a photographer prior to partnering with C.F. Dowsett in Chilliwack.
 
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Alexander Wilson thanked his Chilliwack customers for their patronage in this ad while encouraging them to give their support to the Rosetta Ann Studio owned by Mr. R.A. and Mrs. R.A. Spencer, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 8 May 1946, p. 14.
Alexander Wilson thanked his Chilliwack customers for their patronage in this ad while encouraging them to give their support to the Rosetta Ann Studio owned by Mr. R.A. and Mrs. R.A. Spencer, Chilliwack Progress, 8 May 1946, p. 14.
 
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Alexander Wilson's ad, <i>Chilliwack Progresss</i>, 10 Feb 1921, p. 5.
Alexander Wilson's ad, Chilliwack Progresss, 10 Feb 1921, p. 5.
Concerns the dissolution of his partnership with C.F. Dowsett.
 
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Amateur photographer John P. Clum as he appeared in the 1870s.
Amateur photographer John P. Clum as he appeared in the 1870s.
Published in an obituary by Paul A.F. Walter for the New Mexico Historical Review, v. 7, no. 3 (July 1932): 292-296.
 
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Anders Beer Wilse portrait, Seattle, ca. 1890
Anders Beer Wilse portrait, Seattle, ca. 1890
Photograph by Boyd and Braas
 
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Anglican mission church overseen by Rev. A.J. Hall, Alert Bay, BC, August 1885.
Anglican mission church overseen by Rev. A.J. Hall, Alert Bay, BC, August 1885.
Although the front and back of this cabinet card photograph bear the ownership marks of Victoria commercial photographer O.C. Hastings, the identifying marks in the lower left corner (53 | GMD | 85) are those used by the Geological Survey of Canada geologist and amateur photographer Dr. George Mercer Dawson. This same photograph is described on the Library and Archives as "Mission Church" (copy negative PA-037933). The Royal BC Museum also holds a reference copy print of the Library and Archives Canada photo.
 
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Announcement of E.F. Tucker's new photo studio, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 9 Apr 1914, p. 4.
Announcement of E.F. Tucker's new photo studio, Chilliwack Progress, 9 Apr 1914, p. 4.
 
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Aristo Studio ad, <i>Colonist</i>, 3 Feb 1915, p. 6
Aristo Studio ad, Colonist, 3 Feb 1915, p. 6
T.C. Smart's studio advertised extensively between 1914 and 1915, specializing in military portraits.
 
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Arms of the Royal Engineers.
Arms of the Royal Engineers.
British Columbia Archives, PDP05368.
 
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Arrival of the first Canadian Pacific Railway train at Port Moody, BC.
Arrival of the first Canadian Pacific Railway train at Port Moody, BC.
Photographed by T.S. Gore, a photographer is visible in the left background. Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. A-09737.
 
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Art Centre ad, <i>British Columbia and Yukon Directory 1938 </i>, p. 1904.
Art Centre ad, British Columbia and Yukon Directory 1938 , p. 1904.
 
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Art Jones among Artray studio equipment, 1950.
Art Jones among Artray studio equipment, 1950.
Vancouver Public Library accession number 81260.
 
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Arthur Vipond photographed by S.A. Spencer.
Arthur Vipond photographed by S.A. Spencer.
Image courtesy of BC Archives, Visual Records call no. H-01219.
 
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Arthur Vipond's ad, <i>Colonist</i> (Victoria), 1874 04 30.
Arthur Vipond's ad, Colonist (Victoria), 1874 04 30.
Although trained as a photographer, he ended up working as a machinist and gunsmith.
 
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Article about C.F. Dowsett, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 18 Sep 1919, p. 5.
Article about C.F. Dowsett, Chilliwack Progress, 18 Sep 1919, p. 5.
Notes he was from Halifax, NS, and had a naval background during World War One; also mentions his purchase of E.F. Tucker's studio.
 
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Article about Dowsett Studio, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 30 Nov 1922, p. 4.
Article about Dowsett Studio, Chilliwack Progress, 30 Nov 1922, p. 4.
Concerns its new location on Wellington Street above Banford's shop.
 
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Article about G.H.E. Hudson and James Edmonds renting space in Penticton for a studio with Hudson continuing his Kelowna studio, <i>Penticton Press</i>, 7 Dec 1907, p. 1.
Article about G.H.E. Hudson and James Edmonds renting space in Penticton for a studio with Hudson continuing his Kelowna studio, Penticton Press, 7 Dec 1907, p. 1.
 
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Article about the 2 May 1950 fire which destroyed the interior of the just-vacated R.A. Spencer Studio, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 3 May 1950, p. 12.
Article about the 2 May 1950 fire which destroyed the interior of the just-vacated R.A. Spencer Studio, Chilliwack Progress, 3 May 1950, p. 12.
The article notes that Alexander Wilson owned the building and had arrived the morning of the fire to arrange for the sale of the building.
 
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Article about the opening of Photocrafts by Jim Vallance, <i>Chilliwack Progress</i>, 6 Nov 1946, p. 12.
Article about the opening of Photocrafts by Jim Vallance, Chilliwack Progress, 6 Nov 1946, p. 12.
 
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Artona Studio logo
Artona Studio logo
 
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Back of Hugh Cannell's World War One draft registration card, 1918.
Back of Hugh Cannell's World War One draft registration card, 1918.
 
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Baglow and Thorpe ad, <i>The Express</i> (North Vancouver), 12 Feb 1909, p. 6.
Baglow and Thorpe ad, The Express (North Vancouver), 12 Feb 1909, p. 6.
 

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