Lumb Stocks (Canadian 1887 - 1947), The Airport, Penticton, BC, ca. 1950

silverplate limited edition photograph
image size: 9.5 x 13.5 inches
Notes: This photo is a reproduction from an old negative. It come matted but not framed.
Canadian Pacific Airlines started flying out of Penticton Regional Airport after WWII. This photo, by well-known Penticton Photographer at the time, Lumb Stocks, features a Canadian Pacific Airlines plane on the tarmac.

Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David.
In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area.
Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

Lot Name
Lumb Stocks (Canadian 1887 - 1947), The Airport, ca. Penticton, BC
silverplate limited edition photograph
image size: 9.5 x 13.5 inches
ca. 1950
$55 - 65

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