Marjorie and Earl Tomyn were excited to open a photography studio in Salmon Arm in 1976. Earl had a lot of photography and darkroom experience. He attended the Falk School of Professional Photography in Maryville, Missouri, and worked at the Fairview Post, the Edmonton Journal and in several photography studios in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Minnesota. Earl’s Photo Studio closed in 1993. (Image from the R.J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum archives)

Marjorie and Earl Tomyn were excited to open a photography studio in Salmon Arm in 1976. Earl had a lot of photography and darkroom experience. He attended the Falk School of Professional Photography in Maryville, Missouri, and worked at the Fairview Post, the Edmonton Journal and in several photography studios in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Minnesota. Earl’s Photo Studio closed in 1993. (Image from the R.J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum archives)

Shuswap history in pictures: Photographic memory

Marjorie and Earl Tomyn were excited to open a photography studio in Salmon Arm in 1976. Earl had a lot of photography and darkroom experience. He attended the Falk School of Professional Photography in Maryville, Missouri, and worked at the Fairview Post, the Edmonton Journal and in several photography studios in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Minnesota. Earl’s Photo Studio closed in 1993. Image from the R.J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum archives.

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