British Columbia, Canada: W. G. Barclay, [c. 1900]. C. 1900's photograph of two women and a girl standing in front of a home. Photograph measures 4 x 5-1/2 inches wide and is mounted on unprinted, cream colored cabinet card stock measuring 4-1/4 x 6-1/2 inches wide. Verso with the rubber stamp "W. G. Barclay, | Photographer.", a photographer who worked in BC during the early 1900's. Photo is faded and scratched with light soil. About Good. Item #3110
According to Barklay's son, "My father used to hike from Alberta all the way through this country with cameras and equipment taking pictures in logging camps all through Sparwood and places." Barclays photographs were destroyed in 1939 when his house burned down during a massive forest fire. Ref. Camera Workers British Columbia, 1858-1950.
Price: $65.00 CAD other currencies