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1888 Family Photos

I’ve been researching my family history with a particular interest in the photographs taken by family members. Some that particularly interest me are by Lyman N Cary. (He was married to my grandfather’s sister.) In 1888, Cary used nitrate negatives and a Kodak Camera #1 and took photographs of Mandan, North Dakota. The negatives were […]

50 years in Canada

It’s been 50 years since I came to Canada, newly married to John Phillips.He attempted for months to get  conscientious objector status so that he could serve for two years doing non-military service. This process involved defining his personal definition of a supreme being and proving his beliefs with public evidence. He wasn’t successful, so we […]

Canadian Women Photographers

PhotoEd magazine’s Spring/Summer 2017 issue published a 10 page feature article written by Laura Jones called Ten Women in Canadian Photo History Everyone Should Know About. Laura chose some of her favourite Canadian Women Photographers to include in PhotoEd.  The topic of  early women photographers in Canada and around the world  has interested her for […]

EXILE Baldwin to Berlin Photographs by Corey Glass & Laura Jones

  Photographs by COREY GLASS & LAURA JONES Monday May 11 7 pm to 9 pm Portland Room @ The Spoke Club 600 King St. W. music by Richard Underhill & Kevin Barrett cash bar | finger food | silent auction $5 suggested donation   Photographs by two generations of U.S. war resisters: LAURA JONES came to Canada […]

Jane’s Walk “Power, People & Possibilities”

Social and Environmental Justice in South Riverdale, Leslieville and Riverside Saturday May 2 11:00 am Meet at the Dark Horse (630 Queen Street E. @ Carroll Street.) The walk stops at five spots in the community and lasts about 1.5  hours  Jane’s Walks 2015 are  walking tours that build community by getting  neighbours together and […]

Old Book and Paper Show Toronto

One of my current projects with my son Bennett Jones Phillips is the revived Baldwin Street Gallery . The name is really a nod to the original gallery.  It had three different locations on Baldwin St. spanning thirteen years. Now, we aren’t really a gallery or on Baldwin St. But you can find us at photo […]

Canadian Women Photographers

Not much has been written about Canadian women photographers but I’m happy to say that the interest is gradually increasing. Here is an example of a photographer who I really like . She is Geraldine Moodie. I included this photo in an exhibition that I curated at the London Regional Art Gallery called Rediscovery, Canadian Women […]

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