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3rd Annual Convention B.C. Branch C. S. T.A. Vancouver, B.C. Mar. 22-23, 1923 [on the Court House Steps]

Individuals are identified from left to right as: W.J. Riley, G.E. Lothian, R.J. Skelton, E.L. Small, G.G. Moe, W.M. Fleming, F.M. Clement, A. Morton, R.G.L. Clarke, N.S. Goding, J.W. Eastham, R.G. Newton, G.B. Bouing, C. Tice, H.R. Hare, W. Downes, E.W. White, W.A. Middleton, W.H. Robertson, G.M. Stewart, H.Rive (Executive), J.Leavens, A.F. Barss, R.L. Ramsay (Executive), F.E. Buck (Vice President), W. Sadler (President), D.G. Laird (Secretary Treasurer.), J.W. Gibson, W.H. Hill

Court House and Hotel Vancouver reflected in Toronto Dominion Bank Tower

Item is a photograph of the Provincial Court House building (750 Hornby Street) and Hotel Vancouver (900 W Georgia Street) reflected in the windows of the Toronto Dominion Bank tower (700 W. Georgia Street). The south facade of the Court House, a side view of the main entrance and plaza, the south facade of the Hotel Vancouver, and several other unidentified buildings are visible in the reflection.

Courthouse, hotel district, and Georgia Street, Vancouver, Canada.

Item is a postcard printed with an image of buildings in the area of Howe and Georgia Streets, looking west. The provincial courthouse, the third Hotel Vancouver, the Georgia Medical-Dental Building, and other buildings are shown in this image. The south side of the block of Georgia Street between Granville and Howe is vacant, and a pedestrian is pictured walking across it; this image appears to show the site of the second Hotel Vancouver following its demolition. This postcard includes personal correspondence. Sent to Mrs. [Lois Lines?] of New Westminster, B.C.

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