Philip Timms' Vancouver: 1900-1910 by Bob ScullionPhilip Timms' Vancouver: 1900-1910 by Bob Scullion

Philip Timms' Vancouver: 1900-1910

byBob Scullion, Fred Thirkell

Hardcover | November 22, 2006

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In Philip Timms' Vancouver, the city's "golden age" has been captured with spirit and style by one of British Columbia's foremost photographers. Philip Timms was a man of many accomplishments, but one of the most notable was his photographic record of Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, created between 1900 and 1910. As Vancouver evolved from a colonial outpost to a modern centre of industry and tourism, Timms sought to preserve views of the maturing city and its people, from landmark buildings to street scenes to children and families.

James B. Stanton, a former curator of history at the Vancouver Museum, wrote: "All of Timms' photographs have a certain recognizable quality about them; much of the kindness and gentleness of the man himself comes through. His shots are candid and uncluttered and capture dramatically the feeling and mood of the time."

Fortunately, Vancouver's adolescence coincided with the "golden age of postcards," when billions of them were being sent, exchanged and hoarded all over the world. By 1910, numerous photographers were producing postcards in the Vancouver area, but Philip Timms stood well above the others. This sampling of Timms' best work is full of life: people in action on the streets, in the parks, on the waterfront and on ships.

Bob Scullion (1937-2009) was born in Glasgow, Scotland, one of Britain's best-preserved Victorian cities. Living there gave him an enthusiasm for and appreciation of cities and their history.He and Fred Thirkell published eight books with Heritage House in the postcard genre. Four of their books won City of Vancouver Heritage Awards: B...
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Title:Philip Timms' Vancouver: 1900-1910Format:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.25 inPublished:November 22, 2006Publisher:Heritage House PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1894974182

ISBN - 13:9781894974189

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