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Beatty Street Drill Hall (armoury), facade

Item is a photograph of the Beatty Street facade of the Beatty Street Drill Hall (armoury) (620 Beatty Street), taken from the intersection of Beatty Street and Dunsmuir Street, looking southwest. Photo shows the building's parapet roof, the cannon and tanks parked outside, and a stretch of Beatty Street.

Beatty Street Drill Hall (armoury), interior hall

Item is a photograph of the interior of the two story main hall of the Beatty Street Drill Hall (armoury) (620 Beatty Street), taken from the hall floor, showing some vehicles, windows, and observation balconies.

Birks Building and Vancouver Block

Item is a photograph of the whole northwest facade of Birks Building (700 Granville Street), Scott's Cafe (722 Granville Street), Roselawn Florist (724 Granville Street), and Vancouver Block (736 Granville Street) on Granville Street, taken from W. Georgia Street across the Pacific Centre plaza. A billboard advertisement for Peoples Credit Jewellers, an information sign for the Pacific Centre mall, a city bus, and the Birks clock are additionally visible.

C.P.R. [Canadian Pacific Railway] Station (Waterfront Station), interior concourse

Item is a photograph of the concourse of the third C.P.R. Station (601 West Cordova Street), also known as Waterfront Station, located at Granville Street and Cordova Street. The length of the room, mostly empty, is visible, revealing a police officer and travellers sitting on benches at either end of the room. Detail of architectural features can be seen, including columns and capitals, decor, mouldings, a wall clock, and the coffered ceiling. Travelers sit at the waiting benches.

C.P.R. [Canadian Pacific Railway] Station (Waterfront Station), interior concourse wall

Item is a photograph of one of the ends of the concourse of the third C.P.R. Station (601 West Cordova Street), also known as Waterfront Station, located at Granville Street and Cordova Street. Detail of architectural features can be seen, including columns and capitals, decor, mouldings, the wall clock, and the coffered ceiling. Travelers sit at the waiting benches.

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce building, Hastings Street and Granville Street

Item is a photograph of the north corner of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce building (640 W. Hastings Street), at the intersection of Granville Street and W. Hastings Street. The view is from the opposite corner across the intersection looking southwest on Granville Street. The Rogers Building (470 Granville Street) can be seen behind it, and the clock tower of Vancouver Block (736 Granville Street) is visible in the background.

Century House, 432 Richards Street, exterior

Item is a photograph of the Richards Street facade of Century House (432 Richards Street). The building houses the Uno Langmann Antique and Art Gallery, and the adjacent building houses the All Nations Stamp and Coin Shop (434 Richards Street).

Century House, 432 Richards Street, interior offices

Item is a photograph of the interior of Century House (432 Richards Street). The photograph shows the inside of the Uno Langmann Antique and Art Gallery, including interior partial walls that form offices, ceiling detail, hanging lights, clocks, and other antiques.

Century House, 432 Richards Street, interior staircase

Item is a photograph of the interior of Century House (432 Richards Street). The photograph shows the entry hall with chandelier, marble staircase, and part of the Uno Langmann Antique and Art Gallery, with clocks and paintings.

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.

Dominion Building, Cambie Street and Hastings Street

Item is a photograph of the Dominion Building (207 W. Hastings Street), taken from diagonally across the W. Hastings Street and Cambie Street intersection. The building houses Shores Credit Jewellers, Jackson's Beefhouse restaurant and the Toronto Dominion Bank.

Holy Rosary Cathedral, 646 Richards Street, aisle

Item is a photograph of the inside of the Holy Rosary Cathedral (646 Richards Street). The photograph is taken from the left aisle near the rear of the church; a side alter at the left transept is visible at the end of the aisle, the columns and vaulted ceiling are well detailed, the pulpit can be seen to the right of the apse, and portions of the stained glass windows are visible on the aisle side of the church.

Holy Rosary Cathedral, 646 Richards Street, pulpit

Item is a photograph of the pulpit and cathedra in the apse of the Holy Rosary Cathedral (646 Richards Street). The vaulted ceiling of the apse and some of the stained glass are visible, as is the detailed carving of the pulpit and wooden altarpiece.

Holy Rosary Cathedral, 646 Richards Stret, aisle and nave

Item is a photograph of the inside of the Holy Rosary Cathedral (646 Richards Street). The photograph is taken from the left aisle near the rear of the church; a side alter at the left transept is visible at the end of the aisle, the columns and vaulted ceiling are well detailed, the pulpit can be seen near part of the apse, a section of pews in the nave and the stained glass windows on the opposite side of the church can also be seen.

Hotel Vancouver reflected in Toronto Dominion Bank Tower

Item is a photograph of the tops of the Hotel Vancouver (900 W Georgia Street) and Medical-Dental Building (925 W. Georgia Street), south side, reflected in the windows of the Toronto Dominion Bank tower (700 W. Georgia Street). The main part of the Toronto Dominion Bank tower is visible in the upper left.

Houses, Chinatown, exterior detail

Item is a photograph of the details (window, chimney, and gable decoration) of a house viewed through the space between two houses in Chinatown.

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.

Merchants Bank Building, Pender Street and Carrall Street

Item is a photograph of the Merchants Bank Building (1 W. Hastings Street), looking west on W. Hastings Street. Honest Joe's discount Bargains is in the ground floor of the building, and Pay-Less Shoes (7 W. Hastings Street), the Beacon Hotel (7 W. Hastings Street), and B.C. Jewellers (11 W. Hastings Street) are in the adjacent buildings along W. Hastings Street. Photograph also shows a portion of Pioneer Place (also known as Pigeon Park).

Old Sailors Home, 500 Alexandra Street

Item is a photograph of the south facade of the Old Sailors Home building (500 Alexander Street). The archway detail, building name, and stained glass above the door are all visible.

Post Office, Hastings Street and Granville Street

Item is a photograph of the corner tower and the southeast and southwest facades of the Vancouver Post Office building at the corner of Granville Street and W. Hastings Street. Architectural details such as the dome, columns, and the clock are visible.

Royal Bank Building, 675 West Hastings Street, view south down Granville Street

Item is a photograph of the Royal Bank building (675 W. Hastings Street) taken from near Granville Street and Cordova Street, looking southwest on Granville Street. Along Granville Street beyond the Royal Bank building are the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building (640 West Hastings Street) and the Rogers Building (470 Granville Street). The clock tower of Vancouver Block (736 Granville Street) can be seen in the background and there is a car park in the foreground.

St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, 1012 Nelson Street

Item is a photograph of the interior of St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church (1012 Nelson Street) from an aisle on the right. The internal pillars, arches, pews in the nave, and the right transept are visible in the photograph.

St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, 1012 Nelson Street

Item is a photograph of the interior of St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church (1012 Nelson Street) from an elevated position at the rear of the nave. The nave, containing the pews, the apse, the altar and stained glass window, and right transept and arch are visible in the photograph

Sun Tower

Item is a photograph of the tower part of Sun Tower (100 W. Pender Street) from the rooftop of an adjacent building.

Sun Tower, exterior [Beatty Street facade] detail

Item is a photograph of architectural details of the upper west facade of the pediment of Sun Tower (100 W. Pender Street) from the rooftop of an adjacent building. The photograph details architectural features of the facade, including the inset windows and caryatids.

Sun Tower, from Beatty Street Armoury

Item is a photograph of the tower of Sun Tower (100 W. Pender Street) from the rooftop of the Beatty Street Armoury (620 Beatty Street). The armoury roof dominates the foreground, and the Woodward's 'W' is visible in the background in the upper left corner.

Vancouver Block clock tower and Birks sign

Item is a photograph of the upper floors and clock tower of Vancouver Block (736 Granville Street) taken from Howe Street over the top of the lower portion of the of the Toronto Dominion Bank tower (700 W. Georgia Street). The photograph details the clock face with neon tubing visible (though turned off), as well as the detailed cornices and caryatids that decorate the upper floor and tower. Atop the tower is a large rotating sign for Birks.

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