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Front elevation

Item is an elevation drawing. The drawing has the following attestation: G.L. Warner Ltd., 1410 Royal Bank Building, Vancouver, B.C., but as this company was an insurance broker and real estate agents, it is unlikely they were responsible for creating the drawing.

It it most likely that the house was never built, as tax records show no improvements to the property until after Mrs. Oram sold it in 1936.

Map and Guide to Vancouver Street Car and Interurban Lines

Item is an informational pamphlet published by the BC Electric Railway Co. regarding City streetcar routes and interurban lines, golf and country clubs, city trips, interurban trips, motor coach trips, stations, ferries and docks, bathing beaches, public parks, North Shore canyons and parks, athletic and amusement parks. The map on the verso shows street car lines, interurban lines, bus routes and parks.

Vancouver Fraser Valley street map

Communities included: Abbotsford, Anmore, Belcarra, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Hope Ladner, Langley (City), Langley (Township), Maple Ridge, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver (City), North Vancouver (District), Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond, Surrey, Tsawwassen, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, West Vancouver, White Rock

Vancouver downtown property map

Item consists of a planning map depicting every building between Main Street and Stanley Park north of False Creek, showing the address, name (if a commercial building), number of floors, and type of use (commercial, apartments, vacant, etc. ). The map may be based on a City of Vancouver Planning Department map, partially re-purposed and published by Colliers Macaulay Nicholls.

Devonshire Block 41

Item consists of a map similar to a planning map of the central downtown business district, showing the principal buildings and either their heights or total elevations. This may have been created as part of the development application for the Bank of British Columbia Building (now HBSC Bank Building) at 855 West Georgia Street, which was built at the site of the demolished Devonshire Hotel in 1987.

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