Manitoba Photographers: Henry Crawley Wood (1866-1951)

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Born in England on 23 January 1866, son of A. Wood and Mary Anne Maw, he came to Canada in 1883. After managing J. F. Mitchell's Art Gallery for a time, he opened his own studio at 593 Main Street, Winnipeg. He moved to British Columbia around 1906 and settled at at Vancouver in 1916 where he continued to work as a photographer. He retired in 1946 and died unmarried on 27 January 1951.

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211 Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg (J. F. Mitchell)


593 Main Street, Winnipeg


Classified advertisement, Winnipeg Tribune, 30 May 1901, page 7.

Death registration, British Columbia Vital Statistics.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 July 2020

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