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Bloedel Conservatory, Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Item is a folder containing a set of paper panels printed with images of the Bloedel Conservatory's interior and exterior. The images are captioned as follows: A night view showing the colourful fountains and mountain silhouette; Plants, flowers and trees were imported from many different countries; This talking parrot is a favourite with young and old....; The quarry gardens of Queen Elizabeth Park on Little Mountain; Ferns, palm trees, flowers and beautiful walkways are all a part of this attraction; Tulip time at Queen Elizabeth Park; Colour aplenty in this lovely quarry garden at Queen Elizabeth Park; Enjoy the exotic fragrance of this ever changing colourful scene most anytime of the year; This quarry garden is a popular attraction to thousands of visitors each year; A majestic mountain skyline frames the background to the Bloedel Conservatory; The Conservatory provides three separate climatic zones - tropical - desert and rain forest; Abridging Vancouver from Queen Elizabeth Park on Little Mountain.
The image printed on the cover of this folder shows the Bloedel Conservatory and the quarry garden below it.

Part of business district, Vancouver, Canada

Item is a postcard printed with an image of the area around the intersection of Granville and Georgia Streets, viewed from the gardens in front of the provincial courthouse, looking east. Pictured in the image are, from left to right, the Hudson's Bay Company department store, the Birks Building, and the Vancouver Block. A parking lot is visible across the street from the Birks Building, on the site of the demolished second Hotel Vancouver.

Pier English Bay, Vancouver, B.C.

Item is a postcard printed with an image of the Promenade Pier at English Bay, looking down the pier to the pavilion at its terminus. Lee's Tea & Refreshment Parlor is pictured on the right. This postcard includes personal correspondence. Sent to Sid Fawcett of Calgary, Alberta, from a resident of 1728 Stephens Street, Vancouver, B.C.

Princess Victoria, Vancouver, B.C.

Item is a postcard printed with an image of the Princess Victoria, a vessel in the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's coastal steamship service. An annotation on the verso of this postcard reads, "The first (after Capt Irving's 'Princess Louise') of the 'Princess' (C.P.R line)[.] Passing out of First [Narrows?]"

Residential district, Vancouver, B.C.

Item is a postcard printed with an image of the residences located east of Howe Street and north of Georgia Street, looking northwest toward Stanley Park and the North Shore mountains. Christ Church Cathedral is also pictured. This postcard includes personal correspondence. Sent to Miss F.F. Whyte of Heriot Bay, Valdes Island, B.C.

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