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At 18:17 on April 10, 2021, Edward McCann said…

 Greetings Steven and congratulations on Ryerson as a home for your fine collection!

I started on GW Wilson in 2011 -- using it for two exhibitions at the Atwater Library [ now there is a fine piece of architecture, Ms. Lambert has said it's one of her favorites in the area.]

I cherry-picked over 130 CDV views of Mr.Wilson's. One proved definitely GWW introduced them about 1862, not 1868 as Roger Taylor published twice in his books [ I tried to share preliminary info. with him, but he 'wouldn't buy it.' See my blog for the overblown story, if you wish. I live in Vancouver now -- should you come my way, let's do coffee... Edward.

At 15:48 on April 8, 2021, Edward McCann said…

 Hello Steven, from Vancouver, B.C. where I just moved after 11 years again in my hometown of Montreal [ I was volunteer curator of the Atwater Library and did five exhibitions - two on GW Wilson.] Mr. Bedford CDV views interest me as do GWWs and FS Mann's CDVs Are you aware of this wonderful landscape with his darkroom wagon? --Edward

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Unidentified Early British Photograph

Greetings all. I have recently acquired the attached photograph. The image, removed from an album containing other images from Britain c. 1855, is mounted on thin paper and appears to be a salt print -- possibly from a paper negative. Unfortunately there are no notations identifying location, date, or maker. Any help identifying this photograph will be greatly…


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