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© 1999-2001 By David Mattison

Updated 2001.07.22.

Reid (1926).
   The Assay Office and the Proposed Mint at New Westminster. R. L. Reid. Archives of British Columbia Memoir no. 7. Victoria: King's Printer, 1926.

Reid (1979).
   "Our Own Country". Dennis Reid. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada; National Museums of Canada, 1979. [Short title].

Render (1974).
   The Mountains and the Sky. Lorne E. Render. Calgary: Glenbow-Alberta Institute; McClelland and Stewart West, 1974.

Richeson (1982).
   "The Yukon Telegraph: Construction of the Atlin to Quesnel Section, 1900-1901." David R. Richeson. British Columbia Historical News (Winter 1982):6-15.

Robideau (1977).
   The Photographs of Mattie Gunterman. Henri Robideau. Saskatoon: The Photographers Gallery, 1977. [Gunterman, M.].

Robideau (1978).
   "Mattie Gunterman." Henri Robideau. Kinesis (April 1978):16. [Gunterman, M.].

Robideau (1995).
  Flapjacks & Photographs: The Life Story of the Famous Camp Cook and Photographer Mattie Gunterman. Henri Robideau. Vancouver, BC: Polestar Book Publishers, 1995. [Gunterman, M.].

Robinson (1992).
   Oregon Photographers: Biographical History and Directory, 1852-1917. Thomas Robinson. 1st ed. Portland, OR: T. Robinson, 1992. [Hendee, E.L.; Hogg, James].

Roe (1981).
   The Real Old West: Images of a Frontier: Photographs by Frank Matsura. Joann Roe. Vancouver, BC: Douglas & McIntyre, 1981. Matsura lived in Okanogan County, Washington State, and did not, so far as is known, photograph inside BC. Some of his subjects, however, may have been from BC, in particular, rodeo participants.

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