Photographic Canadiana Vol 47-4

Jim Wong-Chu, [Portrait of Wing Wong], gelatin silver print, [after 1977] (RBSC-ARC-1710-31-14, Jim Wong-Chu Fonds). © UBC Library Rare Books and Special Collections.

Toronto. This is our second issue by interim editors, David Bridge and Louise Freyburger who ably stepped up to the challenge of producing the journal after we lost our previous editor, the late Bob Lansdale, last summer.

Members WITH an email address received this informative 39 page magazine via pdf on Tuesday. It  is  the Photographic Canadiana 47-4 dated January-February-March 2022.

This is another fine issue assembled, augmented, and produced by our interim editors creating the excitement we all felt reading editor Lansdale’s work. This issue includes “Gelatin Dry Plate Manufacturing In Canada 1881-1905: A Tenuous Cottage Industry – by David J. Kenny and Robert Lansdale”, “chinatown forever changing: Jim Wong-Chu’s Pender East – by Brandon James Leung”, “Remembering John Kantymir”, and “Where Angels Come to Earth- as reviewed by Joyce MacPhee”.

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