- AM336-S3-2-: CVA 677-932
- [ca. 1972]
Photograph shows exterior of building.
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Photograph shows exterior of building.
Photograph shows the door with a plaque beside it reading: "To the glory of God and in memory of Father Clinton. 1925."
Photograph shows a man walking past the snow-covered building.
Photograph shows bathers, pier, and Stanley Park in the background.
Photograph shows a small wooden house with a covered porch and a small fenced yard.
Photograph shows the entrance of the Hotel Europe, viewed from behind the staircase.
Photograph shows fronts of houses, yards, and fences for 866 East Georgia, 860 East Georgia and 856 East Georgia Street.
Photograph shows houses at 433 Heatley Avenue, 439 Heatley Avenue, 435 Heatley Avenue, 431 Heatley Avenue and the house and apartment building at 684 East Hastings Street.
Photograph shows men on the steps of the Carnegie Library building.
Photograph shows a wooden building next to an empty lot, and the CN terminal and the North Shore mountains in the distance. Two election signs can be seen on the wooden building, reading: "Balan. The Progressive Man for Vancouver East."
Photograph shows bathers, pier, and buildings along the shore.
Photograph shows the rear of the extension, with a parkade in the foreground.
Photograph shows one side of the second Hotel Vancouver (later the site of Eaton's Department Store), facing Howe Street. Photograph also shows automobiles, pedestrians, and part of the Court House (later the Vancouver Art Gallery).
Photograph shows streetcars, automobiles, and pedestrians on street. Photograph also shows a line of cars with signs reading "The Belt Line 5 cents." Photograph also shows businesses and hotels on both sides of the street, including the Sultan Baths, and the Dodson rooms.
Photograph shows businesses, parked automobiles, and some pedestrians on the 800 block of Granville Street.
Photograph shows the exterior of a house, and cars parked at the curb.
Photograph shows upper portion of house.
Photograph shows exterior of house, and an automobile parked at the curb.
Photograph shows exterior of the house, with "For Sale" signs at the corner.
Photograph shows a sketch of the Hastings Mill Store, and some surrounding buildings.
Photograph shows bathers and buildings along shore, as well as a small dock area surrounded by swimmers and canoes.
Photograph shows touring streetcar with driver, conductor, and passengers, outside Harry Bullen's photograph studio at 2608 Granville Street.
Photograph shows partially completed building at 303 East Cordova Street, houses in the foreground (including the church rectory), and automobiles parked at the curb.
Photograph shows bathers on beach, pier and slide, and part of Stanley Park in the distance.
Photograph shows Granville Street, looking south from Cordova Street. Photograph shows the Post Office and other buildings, streetcars, and pedestrians.
Photograph shows exterior of house, behind fence and trees.
Photograph shows the beach, buildings behind the beach, swimmers in the water and on the pier, and one sailboat and rowboat.
Photograph shows bathers, beach, seawall, and a building near the seawall.
Photograph shows beach, buildings, bathers, and piers.
Photograph shows bystanders watching sailors march up ramp away from waterfront. Photograph also shows two ships anchored in the harbour.
Photograph shows part of the Court House (later the Vancouver Art Gallery), part of the Hotel Vancouver (later the site of Eaton's Department Store) and the top of the Vancouver Block.
An annotation on the back of the photograph states "Crystal Pool looking S.E. toward Fairview."
Photograph shows buildings on either side of Granville Street, as well as some buildings to the east. Street and buildings are decorated with flags and banners.
Photograph shows houses, apartment buildings, commercial buildings, Burrard Inlet, and part of Stanley Park.
Photograph shows a large cabin behind a road, surrounding trees and stumps, and other houses in the background.
Photograph shows two individuals on horseback on a trail in front of the pier.
Photograph shows the Duke and Duchess, with others, in a carriage turning a corner (likely at Cordova and Abbott Streets). Photograph also shows soldiers on horseback in the parade, and spectators on the sidewalks and in various building windows.
Photograph shows streetcars, automobiles, and a boy with a bike on Hastings Street, looking west. Photograph also shows buildings, including the Marine building in the distance.
Photograph shows Granville Street, looking south from Cordova Street. Photograph shows streetcars, automobiles, pedestrians, and buildings, including the Post Office.
Photograph shows Hastings Street and surrounding buildings, including the Dominion building, west of Cambie Street. Photograph also shows the Burrard Inlet, part of the Stanley Park, and the North Shore mountains in the background.