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Manitoba Photographers: Henry Crawley Wood (1866-1951)

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Born in England on 23 January 1866, son of A. Wood and Mary Anne Maw, he came to Canada in 1883. After managing J. F. Mitchell's Art Gallery for a time, he opened his own studio at 593 Main Street, Winnipeg. He moved to British Columbia around 1906 and settled at at Vancouver in 1916 where he continued to work as a photographer. He retired in 1946 and died unmarried on 27 January 1951.

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Address

?-1901

211 Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg (J. F. Mitchell)

1901-1902

593 Main Street, Winnipeg

Sources:

Classified advertisement, Winnipeg Tribune, 30 May 1901, page 7.

Death registration, British Columbia Vital Statistics.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 July 2020

Manitoba Photographers: 1858 to Present

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