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Major Matthews collection New Westminster (B.C.)
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New Westminster Lacrosse Club Champions of B.C.

Photograph shows head and shoulders portrait of the Salmonbellies: 1. James Leavey, 2. James Gow, 3. J. Mahoney, 4. T.J. Lewis, 5. J.J. Cambridge, 6. C.S. Campbell, 7. H. Lyall, 8. W. Galbraith, 9. T. Oddy, 10. D.J. McQuarrie, 11. P. Peels, 12. S. Peek, 13. C. Peele, 14. C.K. Snell, 15. L.A. Lewis, 16. R.H. Cheyne and a view of the lacrosse field

New Westminster Lacrosse Team 1910 World's Champions Defenders of the Minto Cup

Group portrait of the 1910 New Westminster Salmonbellies. Left to right: Jim Gifford; Cliff 'Doughy' Spring; George Rennie; Charlie Galbraith; Bill Turnbull; Thomas Gifford (father of the three Gifford brothers); Tom Gifford; Dave 'Buck' Marshall; Pete Latham; Bert Kellington - in bowler hat; Alex 'Sandy' Gray (goalkeeper); Fred Lynch - behind white hat (club president); Irving 'Punk' Wintemute; Hugh Gifford; Tom Rennie; Edward Longfellow; James 'Pat' Feeney; Tim Mahony (trainer); Charlie Welsh (manager); Gordon 'Grumpy' Spring; Len Turnbull.

New Westminster town

Item consists of a tracing of a map originally created by the Corps of Royal Engineers as a proposed layout for the town of New Westminster, B.C. Based on the copied annotations, this tracing appears to be at least a second (or possibly third) generation tracing from the original map created.

The tracing copies the layout of streets and blocks, and location of proposed parks and other public amenities.

United Kingdom. Corps of Royal Engineers

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