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San Francisco, CA, US
Eureka, CA, US
Jacksonville, OR, US
[6-8] [Amasa Plummer Flaglor] "Photographer"; Eureka Photograph Gallery, Flaglor Photograph Gallery. Issued Fort Gaston series, 74; views
rare and historically invaluable; is the only
known stereographic series produced by him. Was Humboldt County's premier photog.; B. 12/24/48
in New Brunswick, Canada; arrived San Francisco,
62; worked for William Shew, 62-69; photog. with
Bradley & Rulofson, 69; in partnership with
Durose in San Francisco, 69 and with Parker, 69;
photog. for Oscar Foss, 70; owner of Eureka
Photograph Gallery, formerly Tuttle & Johnson,
3/71; branch galleries in Ferndale and
Rohnerville, 74-76; operator of gallery in
Jacksonville, OR, 78; returned to Eureka; sold
Eureka gallery to assistant N.B. Strong, 80 and
returned to San Francisco; photog. for I.W.
Taber & Co., 81; operated Flaglor Gallery, San
Francisco, 83-85; D. 3/2/18 Decoto, CA. For
more info. See Palmquist, "Amasa Plummer
Flaglor: Northern California Photographer," The
Pacific Historian 25 (1), 1981.
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the United States of America, (National Stereoscopic Association)
|Credit: National Stereoscopic Association with corrections and additions by Alan Griffiths and others.|
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