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Series S6 - Vencedor and Lady Van

Vencedor: cocktail recipes

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Vencedor and Lady Van

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  • 1932-1942 (Creation)

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  • 178 photographs
  • < 0.01 m of textual records

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Like the preceding series, Minnekhada, the Vencedor and Lady Van are separated because they function also as places, social activities, and sports, and represent Eric Hamber more on a personal than professional level. They are also well documented photographically. The Vencedor in its hey-day included as guests everyone from friends and sea-cadets to British royalty. Eric W. Hamber was a commodore of the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club (1931-36) and held the trophy for the most hospitable ship. The Lady Van was a class R racing sloop which competed in internally regattas and won the Isherwood and Lipton racing cups (1930-35).

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