Photographers

This page contains information and images from Jim Winton’s Collection  and The Perth Museum Collection. Jim has done extensive research into the photgraphers of Perth and has graciously supplied Perth Remembered with this collection. Merchants of Perth book by Gus Quattrocci sourced for some locations and information.

Perth Photographers – Index 

Adams, John Harry 1901 – 1932           

Anderson, William 1899 – 1901

Andison, William & Adams, John Harry 1902

Andison, William 1901 – 1902               

Bateman, J.1851• (Itinerate photographer)

Bell, James 1871 (Itinerate photographer)

Bell, William P. & Bell, Robert Charles 1870 – 1885

Blackburn, George 1870 –1876              

Bradley, John F. 1876 – 1885

Buckman, Stanley H. 1950                      

Conger, A. J. (Itinerate photographer) 1854

Curtis, O. B. (Itinerate photographer) 1850                             

Farrel, Alex 1886

Forsythe, William W. 1886 – 1889           

Hollington, Garnet E. 1932 – 1938

Jackson, Marshal A. 1893 – 1897             

Kelsey, Frederick Willis 1896 – 1900

Lockwood, J. A. & Martin, G. (Itinerate photographer) 1851

Lendrum, W. G. 1900 -1901

Mars, Philip 1913 – (Itinerate photographer)

McDonough, James 1875 –

McGregor, Ken 1938 – 1942

McIntyre, William H. 1885 – 1927

Millikin & Co. 1874 – 1875              

Moir, James 1872 – 1873

Morrison, Ezekial 1857 – 1871

Mundy, John 1871               

Newman, Cecil L. 1946 – 1954

O’Hara, Henry 1866                     

Rae, James 1958                          

Shipman, N (Itinerate photographer) 1852                           

Stewart, Alexander 1876                            

Smyth, S. A. 1885 –

Switzer, Samuel M.  & Holder, Robert B. 1884 – 1885               

Switzer, Samual M. & Roberts 1885

Switzer, Samual M. 1885 –

Thompson, William J. 1866 – 1869

Tubbs, George W. (Itinerate photographer) 1854                           

Vanalstine, C. W. 1852 –                   

Waller, F. W. 1894                           

Wheatley, Alan 1943 – 1945


Adams, J. Harry 1901 – 1932          

adams-photgraphy3Studio Location: Beside the river South of Gore & Herriott (now replaced by S. end of Code block)

Code block  (1911-1912) – “one unit had extra windows extending in front of the second floor for photo studio for Harry Adams”

50 Gore E. – “J.H. Adams Photographer, Frames, photo supplies, school books, crayons, stationary, and seasonally a good selection of fire crackers for the 24th of May.  The quality of his photographic equipment is equal to any studio in the country and his work should be seen to be appreciated” (1920 Trade Journal).

Born at Kirton-in-Lindsay, married Elizabeth Dudgeon of Port Elmsley, died Thursday April 30, 1953. (Perth Courier May 14, 1953)

adams-photgraphy2Photo #1: Subject: “Edith Gibson (Code)” Perth Museum Collection

Photo #2: Subject: “1902 Aunt Marguerite (Ferrier) Balfour Stuarts sister”

Photo #3: Subject unknown

Photo #4: Subject unknown

Photo #5: Subject: “Harry Chaplin”  Perth Museum Collection

 

 

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Anderson, William 1899 – 1901

Studio location – south side Brock between Gore and Drummond (Perth Directory 1898-99)

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March 22, 1901


Andison, William & Adams, J. Harry 1902

Studio location 50 Gore E.

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Photo #1 Subject – “Harry McVeety”  Perth Museum Collection

Photo #2  Subject: “Mary Courtney (Rutherford)” Perth Museum Collection

Ads – March 21, 1902, April 4, 1902, August 8, 1902


Andison, William 1901 – 1902

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Photo #1 Subject unknown

Photo #2  Subject: “Edna Morris (Healey) Perth Museum Collection

Photo #3  Subject: “1901 Aunt Margarat (Ferrier)(infant) Balfour with Aunt Margarat Moodie (nurse) Grandma Ferrier’s sister”

Photo #4 Subject unknown

 


Bateman, J 1851

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Bell, James 1871 Census 

No info in Perth courier 1869-1872


Bell, William P. & Bell, Robert Charles 1870 – 1885                

Studio Location: Store 2 E. side Gore St block 4

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Photo #1 Subject – Mrs. Wm. F. Stedman Elgin

Photo #2 Subject unknown

Photo #3 Subject Fireman with nozzle

Photo #4 Subject – Rev. R. L. Stephenson, Rector, St. James Anglican Church, Perth – Perth Museum Collection

Photo #5 Subject – Mrs. Cairns


Blackburn, George 1870-1876                

Studio location – Foster Street, corner of Wilson and North Sts.  (Wilson St. next to McLaren Hotel)

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Bradley, John F. 1876 – 1885               

Studio Location:  1 Gore St W. Balderson block site (1883 – 1885)

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Subject: Tableaux Gibsy Scene Act One

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Photo #1 Subject Unkown – Perth Museum Collection

Photo #2 Subject Unkown – Perth Museum Collection

Photo #3 Subject Rev. Robertson and sister Aggie

Photo #4 Subject Unkown – Perth Museum Collection

Photo #5 Subject Unkown – Perth Museum Collection

Photo #6 Subject Charles Farmer – Perth Museum Collection

Photo #7 Subject Unkown – Perth Museum Collection


Buckman, Stanley H. 1950      

Location: 12 Herriot St.

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Subject Winnipeg Flood Relief Perth Museum Collection

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  Conger, A. J.   1854

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Curtis, O. B. 1850

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Farrell, A. 1886-

Location: 75 Gore St.

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Forsythe, W. W.  1886-1889

Studio Location:  Store 2 E. side Gore St block 4

Subject – “Aunt Lafferty’s House corner of Gore & Darcy – Standing Nan & Jessie Aunt Lizzie & Aunt Bessie sitting”

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Photo on the left: Subject “Payne”  Perth Museum Collection

Holington, G. E.  1932-198

Studio Location:  50 Gore E.

Subject – Perth Crescents SA Hockey Team – 1934

Hollington sticker over original Adams address.


Jackson, Marshal A. 1893-1897

Location: 75 Gore St.

Photo left: Subject – “Addie McLean (Adam) (1st marriage) Husband of Minnie Moodie – Minnie sister of (Tillie) Stuart (Ferrierr’s) Mother.”