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Hannah Maynard and her grandson, Maynard McDonald, in a tableau vivant composite photo
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- graphic material
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- Source of title proper: Title based on the subject of the photograph.
- Attributions and conjectures: The photograph is attributed to Hannah Maynard.
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[ca. 1893-1897] (Creation)
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1 photograph : b&w glass plate negative ; 20 x 25cm
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Photograph of a tableau vivant work by Hannah Maynard, part of a series of tableau vivant works created in the 1890s. The composite work is composed of several photographed merged together to form a single work using the techniques of double or multiple exposures. The image features three Hannah Maynards and three Maynard Macdonalds (her grandson) in several poses in a domestic Victorian parlor scene. The studio flooring (rose pattern), curtains, natural lighting and artificial backdrop attributed to Mrs. R. Maynards Photographic Gallery are visible. This negative does appear to have been manipulated. There are touch ups in [pencil] on the negative plate in the regions depicting the faces of Hannah Maynard and her grandson, adding to the enhancement of the final image and reduction of wrinkles on the faces of the sitters. The visual information at the bottom edge of the photograph appears to be blocked or cut off.
There is [pencil] on the surface of the negative.
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Preservation restriction: item is a glass plate negative. Researchers should consult the online reference image or reference room copy prior to consulting the original.
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This item is in the public domain.
Accession number(s): 95-7328
Archives code(s): HP092056; previously described as: F-02851
Approximate date provided by Ivan Sayers’ research on fashion and articles of clothing.
This photograph was originally located in BC Archives container identified with: “Removed from 10a Pioneers Groups #9 Shelf 84"
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