Eleven early British Columbian photographers

1890-1940 : the Vancouver Art Gallery, March 11-April 4, 1976 : [exhibition
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Vancouver Art Gallery , Vancouver, B.C
Photography, Artistic -- Exhibitions., Photography -- British Columbia -- Exhibit

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Statementorganized by Christopher Varley with the help of Fred Douglas].
ContributionsVarley, Christopher., Douglas, Fred., Vancouver Art Gallery.
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LC ClassificationsTR646.C22 V364 1976
The Physical Object
Pagination[12] p., [13] leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL3043544M
LC Control Number82136072

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