Jack Cash. Courtesy of North Vancouver Museum and Archives.

Jack Cash, Untitled (Jack Cash at work atop his Buick outside Empire Pool, UBC), ca. 1955, silver gelatin print, 50.8 x 40.64 cm. Courtesy of the North Vancouver Museum and Archives.

Jack Cash, Untitled Commercial Work, ca. 1960, silver gelatin print, 45.72 x 50.8 cm. Courtesy of the North Vancouver Museum and Archives.

Jack Cash, Untitled Commercial Work, ca. 1958, silver gelatin print, 50.8 x 45.72 cm. Courtesy of the North Vancouver Museum and Archives.

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Jack Cash. Courtesy of North Vancouver Museum and Archives.

Jack Cash, Untitled (Jack Cash at work atop his Buick outside Empire Pool, UBC), ca. 1955, silver gelatin print, 50.8 x 40.64 cm. Courtesy of the North Vancouver Museum and Archives.

Jack Cash, Untitled Commercial Work, ca. 1960, silver gelatin print, 45.72 x 50.8 cm. Courtesy of the North Vancouver Museum and Archives.

Jack Cash, Untitled Commercial Work, ca. 1958, silver gelatin print, 50.8 x 45.72 cm. Courtesy of the North Vancouver Museum and Archives.

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North Vancouver Through the Lens of Jack Cash: Photographs from 1939–1970

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This event has transformed into an online exhibition which you can view here: Through the Lens of Jack Cash, 1939-1970. Read the article on the exhibition here.

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Join Jessica Bushey, Archivist and Curator of Photography at the North Vancouver Museum and Archives for a tour of the Jack Cash photography exhibition. Learn about the career of one of the North Shore’s most prominent commercial photographers, Jack Cash (1918–2005). As the son of Gwen Cash, the first woman general reporter in Canada, Jack found his way into the news industry through photography by working as a staff photographer at the Vancouver Sun in the late 1930s. After World War II he opened his own studio, Jack Cash Commercial Photography, and created a unique body of work that spans over four decades. Key works and techniques will be discussed in the context of photographic practices influenced by modernism and post-modernism.

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