Album of W.H. Case Photographs, ca. 1912
Scope and Contents
W.H. Case is the photographer. The images depict various aspects of Hoonah: canneries (interiors and exteriors), fish traps, fish processing, landscapes, seascapes, and individuals.
- ca. 1912
Conditions Governing Access
The photos may be viewed. However, the images may not be photocopied.
Conditions Governing Use
Request for permission to publish or reproduce material from the collection should be discussed with the librarian.
Grange V. Holt was a prominent banker employed by the Canadian Bank of Commerce (now the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce). He was transferred from their branch at Nelson, B.C. in about 1912 to Seattle. In 1915, he was transferred back to Vancouver and retired about 1928. His connection with the Hoonah Co. is unknown, but he did get to some very distant places in the first decades of this century.
27 Photographic Prints : 1 photo album ; black and white prints
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
The album was donated by the Roedde House Preservation Society, Vancouver, B.C. They received it as part of a donation of papers archives and photographs from the estate of Mrs. Maurice A. Haines (nee Violet Alice Holt), the elder daughter of Grange V. Holt, a significant early Vancouver family (Acc. No. 1998-013).
Holt, Grange V., Collector
The photos are housed in their original album and have been numbered.
- Finding aid for the Album of W.H. Case Photographs, ca. 1912
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- Processed by: India Spartz and Ann Doyle, 1998 ; ArchivesSpace finding aid by: Sandy Johnston 2019 July ; Inventory added by: Sandy Johnston
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