VR0073 VCVR - GRANVILLE STREET (PARADE)

Photographer/Publisher - Barrowclough

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VR0073 VCVR - GRANVILLE STREET (PARADE)

POSTCARD Date: Posted October 7, 1909. Publisher / Photographer: Barrowclough Cards. Notation: Crowds lining Granville Street, in Vancouver, to watch unidentified parade.

UNT0014 SAN FRANCISCO - 1906 EARTHQUAKE

POSTCARD Date: Not Posted. However, photo was taken shortly after the San Francisco earthquake of April 18, 1906. Publisher / Photographer: G. A. Barrowclough (of Winnipeg) Notation: This image is one of a small number of postcards of the San Francisco earthquake produced by Barrowclough.

WP1868 WPG - RALPH CONNOR'S CHURCH

Posted September 20, 1905, this card shows a great early image of St. Stephen's Presbyterian (later United) Church, the current-day Elim Chapel. The photographer/publisher of this card is George A. Barrowclough. Located at 546 Portage Avenue, at the SW corner of its intersection with St. Mary's, this church achieved international recognition as the home church of Rev. Dr. Charles William Gordon. Dr. Gordon, under the pen name Ralph Connor, was a highly successful writer - becoming one of the best-selling a…

WP1871 WPG - FREE PRESS BUILDING - NIGHT SCENE

Posted on April 23, 1911 from Montreal to France, this is a picture of the Free Press building - built on 1904 at the SE corner of Portage Avenue and Garry Street. The mailing date was much later than the date the picture was taken. On September 21, 1908, the Winnipeg Post Office opened for business to the immediate left (East) of this building - making it that much older. However, I am finding several references to the Post Office being constructed in 1904 - which would make the image appear to also be fro…

WP1888 WPG - DEAD LEAVES (GIRLS PLAYING WITH)

Posted to England on December 12, 1905, this card was published by Barrowclough Photo Cards. The location is unidentified. The house has a barn-like structure behind it & no other houses are visible. Likely to be on the outskirts of Winnipeg or another Manitoba city or town. The title of the card is difficult to read, but appears to be "Dead Leaves".

MN0950 N.W.T. INDIAN TEPEE

Posted in 1903 from Winnipeg to Belfast. Publisher: G. A. Barrowclough, Winnipeg Message: "Dear Tutie, arrived here alright & have got a job. D. Miskelly is here but has got nothing to do yet all the boys are well. There is an awful scarcity of work owing to the crowds coming in."

BR0209 BRANDON - CPR STATION

Unposted, this postcard part of a series of Brandon real photo images that were produced in the same general format (positioning of image in roughly 2/3 of the space). No photographer or publisher is noted on these cards, but I believe they were likely produced by G. A. Barrowclough. The script used in the titles seems a close match to that on other postcards attributed to him and they are all printed on the early Velox "Private Post Card" (undivided back) that were favoured by Barrowclough.

MN0951 N.W.T. INDIAN MODE OF TRAVEL

Unposted. Publisher: G. A. Barrowclough, Winnipeg Part of his early lithograph series, this card has survived in almost pristine condition.

WP1891 WPG - CIRCUS PARADE, CITY HALL SQUARE

Unposted. Publisher: G. A. Barrowclough, Winnipeg A remarkable image of this circus parade heading south on Main Street, past the City Hall - including more than a dozen elephants.
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