Existence: fl. 1891
C.W. Mathers came to Edmonton in 1891 to open a branch for the Calgary firm of Boorne and May. Mathers purchased Boorne and May's photographs in 1893. In 1907 he sold his own collection as well as Boorne and May's to Ernest Brown.
Mathers, C.W. (1901), 'A souvenir from the north', Edmonton, Alberta: C. W. Mathers.
Mathers, C.W. (1897?), 'Souvenir of the Edmonton district', New York: Albertype Co.
Mathers, C.W. (1897?), ' Souvenr - Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration at Edmonton, N.W.T., June 22-23, 1897 ', New York: Albertype Co.
Mathers, C.W. (1902), 'The far north', Brooklyn, New York: Albertype Co.
Correspondence with the Alberta Archives.
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Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30686A
Scope and Contents
A collection of loose prints measuring approximately 240 x 190 mm, with modern captions on the backs. Many of the photographs also have contemporary captions on the prints themselves. The collection consists of modern copy prints of photographs in the Provincial Archives of Alberta, from originals by Boorne and May, C.W. Mathers, Ernest Brown, Harry Pollard and others (see below).The collection breaks down into three categories:1-4 Provincial Archives of Alberta general...
1875 - 1935
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