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Harry Elder Bullen

May 21 1880 - December 22 1963

New Westminster Photographers Association
Pacific Coast Photographers Association (Vice-President)

Harry Bullen was born in London, England in 1880. He became a photographer. He married Frances Nunes in Vancouver. He died in Vancouver in 1963 at the age of 82, according to B.C. Vital Statistics on-line.

BULLEN, Harry Elder
Born May 21, 1880, in London, England; son of George William Bullen; educated Dulwich College, near London, England; trained for civil engineer, but took up photography; at twenty-one was commissioned to make a collection of photographs of the English Cathedrals for publication; entered the photographic business in Vancouver; official photographer to the B.C. Electric and other large corporations during their construction of Dams, Power Houses; Married June 20, 1907, Frances Mary Louise, daughter of William Nunes of British West Indies Civil Service; two sons and one daughter; Anglican. Clubs: Vancouver and New Westminster Photographers Association; Vice-Pres. Pacific Coast Photographers Assn. Recreations: Tennis, golf. Studio, 2608 Granville St., Vancouver. Residence 6422 Laburnum St., Vancouver, B.C.

WHO'S WHO IN BRITISH COLUMBIA 1937-38-39 (see below)


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WHO'S WHO IN BRITISH COLUMBIA 1937-38-39
      A Record of British Columbia Men and Women of Today
      S. Maurice Carter Editor & Publisher
      Copyright 1939, printed by The Robson Printers, Vancouver B.C.
      208 pages, hardcover; name index (8 pages), biographies (196 pages), obits. (4 pages)

VANCOUVER PUBLIC LIBRARY - B.C. ARTISTS FILES (refer to VPL)

B.C. Vital Statistics on-line (re-reviewed May 18 2015)

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