Fonds AM1559 - Hubert William Lovell fonds

[English Bay, showing beach and buildings at corner of Davie Street and Denman Street] [Swimmers and watchers at English Bay] A group of railway wives and friends at English Bay A group of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway employees at English Bay. Note the English bathing suits, ... Pleasure Pier and diving float at English Bay [Looking towards] Burrard Inlet and the Vancouver Business District. Taken from roof garden of Va... Vancouver from roof garden of [David] Spencer's [Department] Store Vancouver harbour from the roof garden [of David] Spencer's [Department] Store C[anadian] P[acific] Empress of Russia at Pier D Grand Trunk Pacific Railway S.S. "Prince Rupert" in Vancouver harbour or could be a C[a... Grand Trunk Pacific Railway S.S. "Prince Rupert" in Vancouver harbour or could be a C[a... North Vancouver taken from the ferry East entrance to Stanley Park near English Bay Tall trees near Second Beach taken by a prairie sod buster A trail in Stanley Park Reservoir for Vancouver water supply - Stanley Park [Lumberman's Arch] The Bowie Arch, erected in memory of Captain George P. Bowie, killed in action... Second Beach, Stanley Park Memorial to Japanese soldiers killed in action First World War Second Beach, Stanley Park [Looking east towards Brockton Point showing lighthouse and park keeper's house in Stanley Park] Siwash Rock Siwash Rock Pauline Johnson's grave, Stanley Park Prospect Point taken from the West Vancouver ferry German Howitzer captured by the 78th Battalion C[anadian]. E[xpeditionary]. F[orce]. At entrance ... German Howitzer captured by the 78th Battalion C[anadian]. E[xpeditionary]. F[orce]. At entrance ... Marine Drive, West Vancouver Point Atkinson lighthouse, foghorn West Vancouver coast from Point Atkinson Wild grouse, Point Atkinson trail Eagle Harbour, old logging buildings Another view of Eagle Harbour Horseshoe Bay Station stop at Caulfeild, West Vancouver on the P[acific].G[reat].E[astern]. [Railway] to Horses... The P[acific].G[reat].E[astern]. [Railway] from North Vancouver to Horseshoe Bay The entrance to Capilano River near reservoir Capilano Valley The start of the canyon The Capilano River - remains of flume The Capilano River Quiet water below swinging bridge - Capilano river Below the swinging bridge - Capilano Canyon Van Cedar Mills Ltd., North Arm Burrard Inlet B.C. Electric Power Plant, North Arm Burrard Inlet B.C. Electric Power Plan, North Arm, Burrard Inlet, taken from Harbour Navigation Tour Boat to Wi... Wigwam Inn, Indian River, Burrard Inlet At the end of Burrard Inlet, Indian River, Wigwam Inn Cathedral Canyon, Indian river, Burrard Inlet Cathedral Canyon, Indian river, Burrard Inlet near Wigwam Inn

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Hubert William Lovell fonds

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Hubert William Lovell

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50 photographs

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H.W. Lovell was an employee of the Canadian Pacific Railway in Edmonton who visited Vancouver in the summer of 1923 with other railway employees.

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The fonds consists of Lovell's photographs showing various Vancouver scenes, including downtown buildings, Stanley Park, West Vancouver and North Vancouver.

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Donated by H.W. Lovell in August 1980.


Photographs in this fonds have been assigned catalogue numbers in the range CVA 258-1 to CVA 258-50.

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