Doors and doorways

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Aunt Amy

Item is a photograph showing a full-length portrait of Amelia Power Partridge, sister-in-law to George Frederick Timms. Photograph taken in Toronto prior to the Timms family settling in Vancouver.

Grandma

Item is a photograph showing a full-length portrait of Harriet Hodiah Timms (nee Harris). Photograph taken in Toronto prior to the Timms family settling in Vancouver.

Marine Building, 355 Burrard Street, lobby and elevators

Item is a photograph of the main lobby of the Marine Building (355 Burrard Street) taken from a low angle at the rear of the lobby. The interior of the front door, the lobby clock, the brass elevators, the ceiling, the tile floor, and other architectural features are visible.

Marine Building, 355 Burrard Street, lobby ceiling detail from mezzanine

Item is a photograph of the main lobby of the Marine Building (355 Burrard Street) taken from a mezzanine balcony overlooking the lobby. The photograph details the ceiling, the light fixtures, and the balcony railing, all of which are elaborately decorated, as well as the tile floor in the lobby below.

R.C.M.P. [Royal Canadian Mounted Police] Building, Main Street south entrance

Item is a photograph of the secondary entrance of the R.C.M.P. building (later, Heritage Hall, 3102 Main Street) at the corner of Main Street and 15th Avenue showing a low angle view of the windows, ceiling, and architectural details above the doorway in the smaller southern tower. Also visible are some of the sculptures decorating the frieze above the second level.

R.C.M.P. [Royal Canadian Mounted Police] Building, Main Street, main entrance

Item is a photograph of the main entrance of the R.C.M.P. building (later, Heritage Hall, 3102 Main Street) at the corner of Main Street and 15th Avenue showing the doorway, columns, windows, and architectural details above the main doorway. Also visible are some of the sculptures decorating the frieze above the second level.

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