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H.A. Price collection Vancouver (B.C.)
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Warship in Vancouver Harbour

Photograph shows a warship, likely the H.M.S. Adelaide, in Vancouver Harbour. Image includes the construction of Pier "B/C", the floating pile driver Tarzan, and automobiles.

[Construction progress photograph of the third CPR station site excavation]

Progress photograph for Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co. of the third CPR station site. View is looking east from the second CPR station. Photograph shows the station site with derricks, railcars, and temporary tracks. Image includes the Dominion Express Co. Building, the Kelly Douglas & Co. Building, and the 500 block of Cordova St.

[Construction progress photograph of the third CPR station site excavation]

Progress photograph for Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co. of the third CPR station site. View is looking east. Photograph shows the station site with derricks and workmen. Image includes the 600 block of Cordova Street with pedestrians, carriages, the Hotel St. Francis, Austin Grand View Hotel, and the Depot Restaurant.

[Construction progress photograph of the third CPR station site]

Progress photograph for Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co. of the third CPR station site. View is looking sourthwest. Photograph shows the excavated site. Image includes south retaining wall, flat-bed railcars, the second CPR station, and the 600 block of Cordova St. with the Hotel St. Francis and Austin Grand View Hotel.

[Construction progress photograph of the third CPR station site excavation]

Progress photograph for Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co. of the third CPR station site. View is looking east. Photograph shows the station site with derricks. Image includes the 500 - 600 blocks of Cordova St. with an electric streetcar, the second CPR station, the Hotel St. Francis, and Clarke & Stuart Stationers.

Chinese Detention Shed at Vancouver

Caption with the photograph: Contrary to common belief the C.P.R. did not import Chinese labor to build the Railway. The Chinese were imported by contractor Andrew Onderdonk, building through B.C. under contract to the Canadian Government. The C.P.R. took over the line later.

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