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Item : PAM 1995-58 - Can we let our living heritage die? : would Mrs. Mole approve?

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Can we let our living heritage die? : would Mrs. Mole approve?

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AM1519-: PAM 1995-58

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  • 1995 (Publication)
    Vancouver (B.C.)

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"Mole Hill (Nelson Park) is a full and intact city block, consisting of 36 buildings. Of These very old houses, 33 were built before 1909. It's the last block of its kind in Vancouver! The houses are rented out by the City to a diverse, eclectic community whose members have liverd there for up to 53 years. Elected officials will make a decision soon on celebrating our living heritage. Remember, heritage is a non-renewable resource. Demolition is forever.. . . "

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