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Exterior view of W.H. Walsh Grocer

Item is a photograph showing an exterior view of the W.H. Walsh Grocer building and employees standing in front with four horse-pulled delivery wagons. A residence and parts of other houses are also shown. The business was located at 1200 Seymour Street, at the corner of Seymour and Davie.

Equestrian

Item is a photograph showing a woman riding a horse. Photograph was used on pg. 57 of the book 'The Spirit Captured.'

Equestrian

Item is a photograph showing a man with a horse. Photograph was used on pg. 56 of the book 'The Spirit Captured.'

Equestrian

Item is a photograph showing a man riding a horse. Photograph was used on pg. 57 of the book 'The Spirit Captured.'

Equestrian

Item is a photograph showing a man and a horse. Photograph was used on pg. 57 of the book 'The Spirit Captured.'

Spencer family and 29th Vancouver Battalion regimental band and performers album

Item is an album showing images of family portraits and various family outings as well as images related to 29th Vancouver Battalion performers, such as Edmund A. Burke and other men in uniform as well as scenes of theatre performance with men in costume, the military theatre troupe the "See Toos" of the 2nd Canadian Division. Included in the album is a news clipping of the marriage of Pte. [Private] Joseph Sydney Spencer, member of the 29th Vancouver Battalion, and theatre and concert bills of performances in France including the Bonner Stadt Theatre. An inscription on the album cover states, "[?] With love to [Flo?] from Syd, Aug 26 1919". Some names and places are identified by inscription in the album.

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