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[Archery at Jericho Beach]

Photograph is a group portrait showing a number of men and women at an archery event at Jericho Beach. Individuals identified are: Mayor L.D. Taylor, eighth from the right and Alderman E.W. Dean in centre of group.

1932 Beaton

File consists of Octavia Beaton correspondence, financial records, cards, a program, two photographs and other material. Correspondence relates to family, financial and employment matters and the effect of the Depression on the Beaton and Taylor families. Includes correspondence with relatives, friends and an employer, many letters to and from her brother-in-law Ralph Beaton, several letters to L.D. Taylor and letters from L.D. regarding his illness and financial situation. Photographic material includes a print of her niece Mary's wedding party and a negative showing a young girl, possibly Mary Louise Taylor, standing on a porch.

Annie L[ouise] Pierce

Head and shoulders studio portrait showing Annie Louise Taylor in her high school graduation dress. Inscription on verso reads ":Annie L. Pierce, July 1887"

[Mrs. Eugene F. (Kate) Cooley]

Item is a photograph showing L.D. Taylor's sister Kate in a garden, mounted on a card. Printed on the card is: "Season's Greeting, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene F. Cooley."

[L.D. Taylor's goddaughter Mildred]

Photograph is a full-length studio portrait of L.D. Taylor's goddaughter Mildred, age 2 years. Inscription on photograph reads: "To her godfather. From Mildred, age 2 years, 1927."

[View of C.P.R. Piers B and C]

Inscripton on verso of print reads:"Second largest pier in the world. Opened and dedicated by Louis D. Taylor, Mayor of Vancouver, July 4, 1927, Diamond Jubilee of Confederation."

[Theodore P. Taylor]

Photograph is a professionally taken full-length portrait showing Theodore Taylor, aged twelve, standing with a bicycle on the sidewalk.

Family 1919 June-Dec.

File consists of photographs, correspondence, newsletters and notes pertaining mainly to the personal and professional activities of Ted Taylor. File contains thirty-one images of Ted Taylor and his friends, mainly at the beach (CVA 1477-1130 to CVA 1477-1161), and twenty-six images taken at Metro Pictures Corporation studios (CVA 1477-1068, CVA 1477-1114 to 1129, CVA 1477-1357 to CVA 1477-1365). These include photographs of sets, actors, and directors, including photographs of Ted, Emmy Wehlen, Herbert Blache, Henry Otto, John H. Ince, Viola Dana and Ormer Locklear and photographs taken during the filming of "Fools and Their Money" and "A Favor to a Friend."
Also included in the file is Ted's personal and professional correspondence. Includes correspondence with Olga Petrova, and with Metro Pictures Corporations's Director of Publicity and Advertising, pertaining to Ted's activities as News Director and his suggested improvements for the News Department. File also contains an account by Ted of his work at Metro, two issues of "The Daily Gobble" by Kenneth Taylor and a small amount of correspondence of Annie Louise Taylor and Caroline Little Pierce (incoming only).

May 19[19]

File consists of Ted Taylor photographs and incoming correspondence of Caroline Little Pierce, Ted and Annie Louise Taylor. File contains fourteen photographs taken at Metro Pictures Corporation studio. Includes photographs taken on film sets, including the set of "One-Thing-At-a-Time O'Day." Includes photographs of Florence Porter Parks, Hale Hamilton, Herbert Blache, Wheeler Oakman, Bert Lytell, John McCormack, Eileen Percy, Joseph Kilgour, D.F. McSweeney, M.E. McLaughlin, Thomas [Mayton?] and Edwin Schneider. Some or all of the photographs may have been taken by Ted Taylor.

Ap[ril 19]19

File consists of thirteen photographs, correspondence and a certificate. Includes four negatives and a vintage print of actress Alla Nazimova, two photographs showing actors being filmed on a Metro Pictures Corporation studio set, two photographs of Viola Dana and May Allison, and several photographs of Ted Taylor at the studios. File also contains incoming correspondence of Ted Taylor and a death certificate for Winifred Mabel Pierce.

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