Camera Workers: The British Columbia Photographic Directory, 1858-1950 - References: Published: M

© 1999-2003 By David Mattison

Updated: 2003.02.10

MacDonnell (1972).
   Eadweard Muybridge: The Man Who Invented the Moving Picture. Kevin MacDonnell. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1972. [Muybridge, E.].

McDougall (1981).
   Along the Line, 1890-1905: Platinotypes by R.H. Trueman. Margery McDougall. Banff: Peter and Catharine Whyte Foundation, 1981. [Exhibit catalogue]. [Trueman, R.H.].

McDougall (1981-82).
   "R.H. Trueman, Artist and Documentarian." Margery Hadley McDougall. BC Studies no. 52 (Winter 1981-82):129-41. [Trueman, R.H.].

MacGregor (1970).
   The Klondike Rush Through Edmonton, 1897-1898. J.G. MacGregor. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1970.

MacGregor (1981).
   Vision of an Ordered Land: The Story of the Dominion Land Survey. James G. MacGregor. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1981.

McLaren, Keith (1998).
   Light on the Water: Early Photography of Coastal British Columbia. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1998.

Marino (1998). Remarkable Carlos Gentile cover thumbnail courtesy
   The Remarkable Carlo Gentile: Pioneer Italian Photographer of the American Frontier. Cesare Marino. Nevada City, Calif.:  Carl Mautz Publishing, 1998. [Gentile, Charles].

Maris (1897).
   Sketches from Alaska. Omer Maris. [Chicago: The Chicago Record?, 1897?]  Reprinted from the Chicago Record, 1897. [Maris, Omer].

Marshall (1998).
   Fleeting Images of Old Salmon Arm. Denis Marshall, ed. Salmon Arm: Okanagan Historical Society, Salmon Arm Branch, 1998.

Mattison (1979 05).
   "The Great Eastern Photographic and Advertising Company Comes to Town." David Mattison. Vancouver History (May 1979):9-15. [Great Eastern Photographic and Advertising Co].

Mattison (1979 11-12).
   " '...A Very Superior Style of Art:' The Vancouver Photographs of J.A. Brock & Co." David Mattison. Photo Communique (November-December 1979):16-21. [J.A. Brock & Co.; Devine, H.T.].

Mattison (1980 05).
   "Beyond Words: C.S. Bailey's Photographic Life." David Mattison. Vancouver History v. 19, no. 3 (May 1980):17-28. [Bailey, C.S.].

Mattison (1980 10).
   "The Multiple Self of Hannah Maynard." David Mattison. Vanguard v. 9, no. 8 (October 1980):14-19. [Maynard, Hannah].

Mattison (1980 Winter).
   "The Victoria Theatre Photographic Gallery (And the Gallery Next Door)." David Mattison. British Columbia Historical News v. 14, no. 2 (Winter 1980):1-14. [Victoria Theatre Photo Gallery].

Mattison (1981).
   "British Columbia Photographers of the Nineteenth Century: An Annotated, Select Bibliography." David Mattison. BC Studies no. 52 (Winter 1981-82):166-70.

Mattison (1982).
   “C.S. Bailey: A Photographer’s Life.” Unpublished monograph. [Bailey, C.S.].

Mattison (1984 01-03).
   "The World's Panorama Company." David Mattison. History of Photography v. 8, no. 1 (January-March 1984):47-48. [World's Panorama Co.].

Mattison (1985).
   "Richard Maynard, Photographer of Victoria, B.C." David Mattison. History of Photography v. 9, no. 2 (April-June 1985):109-129. [Maynard, Richard].

Mattison (1985a).
   "All the Latest Improvements: Vancouver Photographic Studios of the Nineteenth Century." David Mattison. Material History Bulletin no. 22 (Fall 1985):49-52.

Mattison (1986a).
   "The Maynards: A Victoria Photographic Couple." David Mattison. Photographic Canadiana v. 11, no. 5 (March-April 1986):2-4. [Maynard, Hannah; Maynard, Richard].

Mattison (1986b).
   Eyes of a City: Early Vancouver Photographers, 1868-1900. David Mattison. City of Vancouver Archives Occasional Paper No. 3. Vancouver, B.C.: City of Vancouver Archives, 1986.

Mattison (1987a).
   "A Fair Wind Blowing: Richard Maynard's Tours on HMS Boxer, 1873-1874." David Mattison. Photographic Canadiana v. 12, no. 4 (January-February 1987):2-5. [Maynard, Richard].

Mattison (1987b).
   "Picturesque British Columbia: The Life and Photographs of S.J. Thompson." David Mattison. Journal of the West v. 26, no. 2 (April 1987):17-26. [Thompson, S.J.].

Mattison (1987c).
   "Gentile's Lost Square Deal Box." David Mattison. History of Photography v. 11, no. 4 (October-December 1987):261-263. [An editorial error resulted in the captions being reversed on the two photographs]. [Gentile, Charles].

Mattison (1989).
   "Arthur Vipond's Certificate of Competency in Photography." David Mattison. History of Photography v. 13, no. 3 (July-September 1989):223-233. [Vipond, Arthur].

Mattison (1990a).
   "The Claudets of British Columbia: Melting, Assaying, and Photographing All Day." David Mattison. History of Photography v. 14, no. 2 (April-June 1990):135-153. [Claudet, F.G.].

Mattison (1990b).
   "The Eyes of a City: Pioneer Photographers Caught Vancouver's Early Years." David Mattison. The Beaver v. 70, no. 5 (October-November 1990):23-29. [Bailey, C.S.].

Mattison (1990c).
   "The Claudets of British Columbia." David Mattison. In "Shadow and Substance" Essays on the History of Photography in Honor of Heinz K. Henisch. Ed. by Kathleen Collins. Bloomfield Hills, Mich.: Amorphous Institute Press, 1990:143-51. [Claudet, F.G.].

Mattison and Savard (1992).
   "The North-west Pacific Coast Photographic Voyages, 1866-81." David Mattison and Daniel Savard. History of Photography v. 16, no. 3 (Autumn 1992):1-20. [Dally, Frederick; Maynard, Richard; Hastings, O.C.; Dossetter, Edward].

Mattison (1996).
   “Canadian Photography: A Selected Bibliography.” David Mattison. History of Photography 20, no. 2 (Summer 1996):186-88.

Mattison (1997a).
   “Photo Nuggets: Klondike Photographers.” David Mattison. The Beaver 77, no. 5 (October/November 1997):33-39.

Mattison (1997b).
   "The Photographers of Onderdonk's Way." David Mattison. Onderdonk’s Way. Kamloops: Kamloops Art Gallery Virtual Exhibition, 1997. Web address:

Mattison (1999a).
   "G.R. Fardon's Portraits on Patent Leather: London International Exhibition 1862." David Mattison. Web: [Fardon, G.R.].

Mattison (1999b).
   "G.R. Fardon's Portraits on Patent Leather at the London International Exhibition, 1862: Newly Discovered at the Victoria and Albert Museum." David Mattison. Photographic Canadiana 25, no. 3 (Nov/Dec 1999): 4-7. [Fardon, G.R.].

Mattison (2000).
   “Photography.” David Mattison. Encyclopedia of British Columbia. Madeira Park: Harbour Publishing, 2000.

Mattison (2003).
   “What About Rappertie?” David Mattison. Times-Colonist, January 12, 2003, p. D11 (Monitor/Islander section).

Maud (1982).
  A Guide to B.C. Indian Myth and Legend: A Short History of Myth-Collecting and a Survey of Published Texts. Ralph Maud. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1982. [Shotridge, Louis].

Maurice, Philippe (1996-).
   Catching the Sun: A Catalogue of Photography Studio & Photographica Advertisements & Notices Published in Prairie Canada Between 1850 and 1900. Calgary, Alta.:  Philmsearch, Inc., 1996-. Vol. 1 (1996). Vol. 2 (1998).

Mautz (1986).
   Checklist of Western Photographers: A Reference Workbook. Carl Mautz. 3rd ed. Brownsville, Calif.: Folk Image Publishing, 1986. [Davis, W.H.].

Mautz (1997).Biographies of Western Photographers cover thumbnail courtesy
   Biographies of Western Photographers: A Reference Guide to Photographers Working in the 19th Century American West. Nevada City, Calif.: Carl Mautz Publishing, 1997. Includes Alaska, British Columbia (excerpted with permission from Camera Workers), Traveling, and Western Canada.

Mayer (1989).
   Klondike Women: True Tales of the 1897-98 Gold Rush. Melanie J. Mayer. N.p.: Swallow Press; Ohio University Press, 1989.

Mayo & Weed (1891).
  Catalogue of Views Through Colorado, Utah, Puget Sound, Alaska, and the Pacific Northwest. Mayo & Weed. Chicago: Mayo & Weed, [1891]. Reprint, Ottawa, ON: CIHM, 1983 (Microfiche series no. 15604). [Mayo & Weed].

Milepost (1996).
   The Milepost: Alaska, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta.  48th ed., Spring 1996-Spring 1997.  Bellevue, WA: Vernon Publications, 1996. Klondike Gold Rush Centennial edition.

Minter (1987).
   The White Pass: Gateway to the Klondike. Roy Minter. Toronto, ON: McClelland & Stewart, 1987.  [Barley, H.C.].

Moore (1916?)
  Provincial Mental Hospitals and Colony Farm, New Westminster, B.C., Essondale, B.C. Vancouver, B.C.: W.J. Moore, 1916? Cover title. This publication is at the BC Legislative Library (362.2 B862p [oversize]).  [Moore, W.J.].

Moosang (1997).
   First Son: Select Photographs from the C.D. Hoy Collection. Curated by Faith Moosang. Barkerville?, BC: Barkerville Historic Town?, 1997.  Exhibit catalogue. [Hoy, C.D.].

Moosang (1999).
   First Son: Portraits by C.D. Hoy. Faith Moosang. Vancouver, BC: Presentation House Gallery; Arsenal Pulp Press, 1999.  [Hoy, C.D.].

Morgan (1898).
   The Canadian Men and Women of the Time. Henry James Morgan, ed. 1st edition. Toronto: William Briggs, 1898. [Short title]. Reprint, Ottawa, ON: CIHM, 1981 (Microfiche series no. 02221). Early Canadiana Online Digital Reprint. [Aberdeen, Ishbel Maria, Lady].

Morgan (1967). One's Man Gold Rush cover thumbnail courtesy
   One Man's Gold Rush: A Klondike Album. Murray Morgan. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1967. [Hegg, E.A.].

Morrison (1995).
   Guide to the Manuscript Collections, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Libraries. Daryl Morrison. Stockton, Calif.: University of the Pacific Library, 1995.  [Miller, W.G.A.].

Murray (1985).
   The Devil and Mr. Duncan: the Story of the Two Metlakatlas. Peter Murray. Sono Nis Press, 1985. [Duncan, W.].

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