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Boomtown Photo Studio – Temporarily Unavailable

Front of Boomtown Photo Studio building, with large sign proclaiming "Quality photography," "portrait specialists," and "developing and printing for amateurs"

The Boomtown Photo Studio is a “working exhibit.” Check out c. 1910 cameras and photography equipment, then, on select days when the WDM photographer is present, dress in period costume for a 1910 style portrait session.

By 1910, some communities in Saskatchewan were fortunate enough to have permanent photography studios. To make a living, however, many commercial photographers travelled extensively throughout the prairies. Large cameras, similar to the one in this studio, were standard equipment.

Boomtown Studio hours of operation and print costs >>

 


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