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Frederick Dally / Early photography in British Columbia

Frederick Dally was an Englishman who went to Victoria, Vancouver Island (British Columbia) in 1862, began business as a general merchant, and then turned to photography in 1866. His best known…Continue

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At 4:06 on April 4, 2020, Timothy Greyhavens said…

Good idea. I have an essay on Edward Curtis currently in the final editing process at PNQ. I believe they would be interested in Dally, who is little-known in Washington.

At 3:43 on April 4, 2020, Timothy Greyhavens said…

This is very helpful - I sincerely appreciate your quick and thoughtful reply. I'll look for a copy of the Smith book for possible additional details. Like you, I have been unable to find any images of his in U.S. collections. I look forward to seeing your book on Dally when it is available. 

At 19:18 on April 3, 2020, Timothy Greyhavens said…

Hello - I am currently researching the history of photographers who worked in Washington Territory/State from 1850 to 1900. I recently came across an image of Seattle taken in 1866 by Frederick Dally (in this article: https://depts.washington.edu/cspn/the-environments-of-seattles-history/), and I am hoping to find more about exactly when and where Dally might have visited where he came to this area. If you have any information that may be helpful, I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. 

Tim Greyhavens

Seattle, WA

 
 
 

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