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L.D. Taylor family fonds With digital objects
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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.

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.

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