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Maynard family collection With digital objects
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Graves, Fraser River, one mile above Boston Bar

Item consists of one photograph taken by Frederick Dally. Glass plate negative was then purchased by Richard Maynard. A paper label adhered to the front of the plate includes a handwritten caption: "#52 Indian graves Fraser River". The image depicts a forest clearing with a picket fence, three low shelters (platforms?), and poles with flags or banners.

Gravesite

Item consists of a photograph of an unidentified gravesite. The photograph is presumed to have been taken during an 1873 or 1874 tour of inspection on the HMS Boxer. The photograph was filed with other photographs from Cape Caution and may depict that area.

Gravesite

Item consists of a photograph of a gravesite at an unidentified location. This may be a companion photograph to J-07913. The photograph may have been taken during an 1873 or 1874 tour of inspection on the HMS Boxer. The photograph is filed with other photos depicting communities at Cape Caution and may reflect that location.

Gravesite?

Item consists of a photograph of a gravesite at an unidentified location. The photograph is filed with other photos of Cape Caution and may depict that area. The photograph may have been taken during an 1873 or 1874 tour of inspection on the HMS Boxer.

Group of Indigenous people on board the HMS Boxer, Barkley Sound

Item consists of a photograph of a group of Indigenous people on board the H.M.S. Boxer, likely during the 1874 tour of inspection. A different version of this photograph (PN04708) identifies the photograph as being taken at either Port Alberni or Green Cove on September 7, 1874. The people in the photograph may be Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation.

Group portrait of nine Indigenous people on board the HMS Boxer

Item consists of a portrait photograph of 9 Indigenous individuals on the H.M.S. Boxer, taken during one of the tours of inspection (likely September 1874). A different version of this photograph (PN04707) identifies the people as Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation and suggests the photograph was likely taken at Port Alberni or Green Cove.

Gwa'sala people, Takush Harbour

Item consists of one photograph of 13 unidentified Gwa'sala adults, children, and babies posed on a gravel beach in front of wooden dwellings. Portions of two small boats can be seen at either side of the image. The photograph is taken at Takush Harbour, along with a series of portraits of many of the same individuals pictured here.

The ICAR photograph PN10074 has additional details about this photograph.

Maynard, Richard

Hannah Maynard and her grandson, Maynard McDonald, in a tableau vivant composite photo

Item consists of one 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 photographs 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.

Hannah Maynard and her grandson, Maynard McDonald, in a tableau vivant composite photo

Item consists of one tableau vivant work by Hannah Maynard, part of a series of tableau vivant works created in the 1890s. It is a gelatin dry glass plate negative. The composite work is composed of several photographs merged together to form a single work using the techniques of double or multiple exposures. The image features Hannah Maynard with grandson Maynard Macdonald, along with other portraits of Maynard family members in a domestic Victorian parlor scene. Grandson Maynard Macdonald (the bust of) also appears as a photo sculpture on a table and is the central focal point. The portraits of Hannah and husband Richard Maynard's deceased daughters (and daughter-in-law) are visible as studio portraits on the easel and floor in front of the photo sculpture and in the painting above. Jane is on the wall behind the 'statue.' The negative appears to have been manipulated. There are touch ups in [pencil] on the negative plate in the regions depicting the faces of Hannah Maynard, adding to the enhancement of the final image and reduction of wrinkles. Some studio flooring (rose pattern) attributed to Mrs. R. Maynards Photographic Gallery, as well as curtains, natural lighting, furniture, screen and back wall are visible. The visual information at the bottom edge of the photograph appears to be blocked or cut off.

Hannah Maynard and her grandson, Maynard McDonald, in a tableau vivant composite photo

Item consists of one 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 photographs merged together to form a single work using the techniques of double or multiple exposures. The image features Hannah Maynard with grandson Maynard Macdonald, along with other portraits of Maynard family members in a domestic Victorian parlor scene.

Maynard, Hannah (Hatherly)

Hannah Maynard in a tableau vivant composite photo

Item consists of one tableau vivant work by Hannah Maynard, part of a series of tableau vivant works created in the 1890s. It is a gelatin dry glass plate negative. The composite work is composed of several photographs merged together to form a single work using the techniques of double or multiple exposures. The image features Hannah Maynard with three Hannah Maynards gathered around a writing desk, one writing in a domestic Victoria parlour scene. One Hannah Maynard holds a fan and another holds flowers. The studio flooring (rose pattern), screens, textiles, furniture, curtains and an artificial backdrop attributed to Mrs. R. Maynards Photographic Gallery are visible. Large side lighting panels are visible at one side of the photographic image. The negative appears to have been manipulated. There are touch ups in [pencil] on the negative plate in the regions depicting the faces of Hannah Maynard, adding to the enhancement of the final image and reduction of wrinkles. The visual information at the bottom edge of the photograph appears to be blocked or cut off.

Hannah Maynard in a tableau vivant composite photo

Item consists of one 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 photographs merged together to form a single work using the techniques of double or multiple exposures. The image features five Hannah Maynards.

Maynard, Hannah (Hatherly)

Hannah Maynard in a tableau vivant composite photo

Item consists of one 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 photographs merged together to form a single work using the techniques of double or multiple exposures. The image features five Hannah Maynards, posed with a bouquet of flowers

Maynard, Hannah (Hatherly)

Hannah Maynard in a tableau vivant composite photo

Item consists of one 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 photographs merged together to form a single work using the techniques of double or multiple exposures. The image features three Hannah Maynards in several poses (two pouring tea) in a domestic Victorian parlor scene. The studio flooring (rose pattern), fur rug and artificial backdrop attributed to Mrs. R. Maynards Photographic Gallery are visible. This negative does not appear to have been manipulated. The visual information at the bottom edge of the photograph appears to be blocked or cut off.

Hannah Maynard in a tableau vivant composite photo

Item consists of one tableau vivant work by Hannah Maynard, part of a series of tableau vivant works created in the 1890s. It is a gelatin dry glass plate negative. The composite work is composed of several photographs merged together to form a single work using the techniques of double or multiple exposures. The image features four Hannah Maynards in several poses (two having tea, one holding a skein of woven material and one taking it up into a ball) in a domestic Victorian parlor scene. A (deceased) Maynard family member is visible, as a studio portrait on the front of the cushion cover under the table. The negative appears to have been manipulated. There are touch ups in [pencil] on the negative plate in the regions depicting the faces of Hannah Maynard, adding to the enhancement of the final image and reduction of facial wrinkles. The studio flooring, curtains, natural lighting, screens, furniture, textiles and plain backdrop attributed to Mrs. R. Maynards Photographic Gallery are visible.

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