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- Attributions and conjectures: This photograph is attributed to Richard Maynard.
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Photographic prints and research documentation regarding Indigenous studio portraits, are available at the Royal British Columbia Museum’s Indigenous Collections and Repatriation department. These are housed in the Indigenous audio-visual photographic collections. For examples of photographic prints relating to this series of portraits taken at the land-based studio, see PN02094a, PN02094b, PN2095b, PN2210, PN02213 and PN02214 for cartes de visite and modern copy prints.
See PN 2210 for versions of this portrait available as a carte de visite (cropped, cream coloured mount) and several modern copy prints (uncropped and cropped). The carte de visite is marketed by Hannah Maynard and includes the photographer’s imprint on the verso with the following studio address stated as: Mrs. R. Maynard, Photographic Artist…Cor. Douglas and Johnson Streets. The following collector’s stamp is also visible on the verso of this carte: R. James. P.O. Box 176, Vancouver, Canada, Books Out of [Print]. The annotation on the verso states: (16) Old Man PN 2210.
Indigenous Collections also holds a group portrait featuring this sitter along with other community members photographed at what appears to be the community where the land-based studio was located. See PN10074. This same photograph is identified in the BC Archives holdings as HP075169/I-84372
The BC Archives Photograph Collection holds a group portrait featuring this sitter along with other community members photographed at the land-based studio featured in this image (see J-04191). See also HP075169/I-84372 for a different and related group portrait. The Maynard family collection (PR-1259) contains other negatives relating to this series of portraits taken at the land-based studio. See J-04202, J-04204, J-04205, J-04206 and J-04208 in MS-3378.