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Steve Tingley and family
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- Source of title proper: Title from included envelope
- Attributions and conjectures: This photographic negative is attributed to Hannah Maynard.
- Variations in title: Previously titled: Portrait (full-length) consists of a group of six unidentified individuals (2 adults and 4 youth seated and standing) taken at a photographic studio attributed to Mrs. R. Maynards Photographic Gallery.
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1 photograph : b&w glass plate negative ; 25.5 x 31 cm
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This photograph was originally located in a temporary container with the following [Provincial Library or Provincial Archives] information: "From vault in Leg. Library - delivered by D. Mason to Vis. Records Div. Dec. 23/74 - JRD".
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A studio portrait taken at a photographic studio attributed to Mrs. R. Maynards Photographic Gallery, part of a larger portfolio of individual and group studio portraits of Maynard clientele. The portrait (full-length) consists of a group of six individuals (2 adults and 4 youth seated and standing), identified as Steve Tingley and family. It is a gelatin dry glass plate negative (10x12 inches). The studio flooring (geometrical pattern tiling, fur rug), furniture (chairs) and scenic backdrop (interior scene) are visible. This image depicts one of the largest views of the portrait studio. The all edges of the scenic backdrop are visible revealing a view to the back of the room, revealing the wallpaper, alternative backdrops (including the parlor scene by a window and fireplace and large painting) at one side or rolled up and stacked at the other. This negative has been manipulated (e.g. there are touch-ups including around the faces of the sitters and on one of the hands of the adult sitter wearing the dress).
This negative has [pencil] on the surface of the glass plate negative. This negative has paper corners on the surface of the glass plate negative at the top and bottom edges.
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Accession number(s): 95-7328
This photograph was originally located in BC Archives and Records Service manuscript container identified as: "Maynard #119C".
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