Image shows 2-storey stone building at 300 West Pender Street. Painted over is a sign which read: "Community Chest Building". In 1974 it was apparently the Army Navy & Air Force Veterans building; on the second storey are signs which read: "Miller Bros. Sailmakers". The second building shown is a very low 2-storey wooden structure (312-314 West Pender Street). 312 Pender Street contained a number of musical businesses, including Gate Rentals.
Image shows 3-storey narrow commercial building (326 West Pender Street), a 2-storey building (Hesperia Development, 330 West Pender Street), and part of a large 3-storey brick complex at Pender Street & Homer Street (the storefront shown is Dokka & Westrheim Ski Shop).
Image shows part of a large 3-storey brick complex at Pender Street & Homer Street (the storefronts shown are Dokka & Westrheim Ski Shop, Victoria Block Rooms, Dixon's Coffee Shop, Anglican Bookshop, and August Books and Prints).
Image shows the 3-storey brick building at Pender Street & Richards Street with the following storefronts: Bill's Luggage, Overseas Impex, Continental Barber Shop, and the door of Richard Pender Books. Also visible is part of the street level of the Niagara Hotel.
Image shows building at the Transpacific Building (Pender Street and Seymour Street) including the ground level businesses of Dave Gibbard Men's Wear (498 Seymour Street) and Black Gavin Real Estate (529 West Pender Street).
Image shows north side of Clarence Hotel (sign is cut off), the 1-storey building housing the Peppermill (and the back of the Seymour Building behind), the 2-storey building of the Association of Technical Employees (614 West Pender Street), and most of the Piccadilly Hotel facade (including the east side roof details).
Image shows the 2-storey brick building at 800-808 West Pender Street, the Cheryl Building (the most prominently visible business is Pender Billiards) and the 2-storey brick building of Vancouver Umbrella Manufacturing Co.
Image shows portion of 2-storey brick building at Pender Street & Howe Street, showing the storefronts of Schnitzel House Restaurant (underexposed), Ragnar Jewellers, and Standard Shore Repair, as well as the modern 3-storey building housing Willson's Stationers (830 West Pender Street).
Image shows the 5-storey Yorkshire Trust Building and the 3-storey 912-918 West Pender Street building (includes Yokohama Japanese Restaurant, Midtown Hotel, One Hour Martinizing, and Principal Trust).
Image shows contemporary 1-storey building of Derek London and part of the 1-storey building at Robson Street and Burrard Street (storefronts visible are Brigitte Mode Ltd. and Mozart Konditorei). Visible in the distance is the south-facing sign for "Hotel Vancouver".
Photograph shows the Manhattan Apartments building (784 Thurlow Street). Business represented are, Canadian Gifts & Indian Handicrafts, the apartment entrance, Galaxy Gems, Ten 89 Men's Hair Styling, and Freybe Delicatessen.
Photograph shows the Manhattan Apartments building (784 Thurlow Street). Business represented are, Downtown Travel Centre Ltd., Canadian Gifts & Indian Handicrafts, the apartment entrance and Galaxy Gems.
Image shows 1-storey building of Maryville Delicatessen (no sign visible except "Prinz") and the early 3-storey brick building of Robson Lodge (at ground level Happy Feet Shoes & Repairs and Robson Florist).
Image shows part of the building at 1064-1070 Robson Street (businesses visible are the Old Country Bakery, the Danish Tearoom Ltd., and Pussycat), the 1080 Robson Street building (Touch of Venus Boutique), and the 1082 Robson Street building (Jeff's Fabrics).
Image shows 1-storey buildings at: 1084-1086 Robson Street (Galloway's Specialty Foods and Golf's Bakery), 1090-1094 Robson Street (The Pizza Inn Restaurant, New Method Cleaners, and Olympia Oyster & Fish Market), and 1098 Robson Street (Shoppers Drug Mart).
Image shows 1-storey building at 1054-1064 Robson Street (Le Chasseur Men's Wear, Continental Gem House, the Schnitzel House sign, Le Papillon, and Nordic Import) and part of 2-storey building at 1064- Robson Street building (showing Leong Market).
Image shows most of the 1-storey contemporary building called Robson Plaza at 1121-1139 Robson Street (Heidelberg Restaurant, African Curio Shop, Robson Fine Art Print Centre, Ichophos Florists, La Jolie Madame, and Brandt's Fabrics Ltd.).
Image shows eastern part of the 1-storey contemporary building called Robson Plaza at 1121-1139 Robson Street (Look Art Fashions, Swiss Herbal Remedies, Shape Unisex Hair Design, and Molly's Spice Shop) and the 1-storey building at 1115 Robson Street (Teepee Sporting Goods). Tucked in behind 1115 Robson Street is 1119 Robson Street (Garibaldi Lodge, apparently an older house, the top is visible).
Image shows the following 1-storey buildings: 1170 Robson Street (Van Cal Reproductions), 1172 Robson Street (Samantha's Boutique), 1174 Robson Street (Continental Tailors), and 1176-1178 Robson Street (Archie's Hardware and India House).
Image shows broad 1-storey building at 1100-1108 Robson Street (Busy Bee Flower Shop, Susanne Imported Shoes, Robson Emporium, The Kerry Shop, Swiss Watch Repair, Max Tailoring, and Robson Shoe Renew).
Image shows 1-storey buildings at 1110 Robson Street (Custom Color Photo Labs), 1112-1114 Robson Street (Fabiola Textiles and Bel-Air Cleaners, and behind an early style house containing several apartments), and 1120 Robson Street (Lizet's Coiffures and Mutual Coffee Bar). Also visible is part of the 3-storey brick building at 1122-1124 Robson Street (West End Hotel).
Image shows 1-storey building at 1142 Robson Street (Peacock's Childen's Wear and Oriental Marble House), at 1144 Robson Street (Noah's Ark Aquarium and Pet Shop), and at 1150 Robson Street (Dory Shop and Esquire Shop). Between 1144 and 1150 is a sign "Will build to suit" which relates to 1148 Robson Street; the top of the early style house is visible behind Noah's Ark.
Image shows 3-storey brick building at Richards Street & Pender Street. Ground level businesses are All Nations Stamp & Coin Shop, Antique Map & Print Centre, and Bill's Luggage (the latter entrance on Pender Street). Also visible is the entrance to Empress Rooms.
Image shows the complete facade of the 518 Richards Street building (Marble Arch Hotel, 7-storey brick building plus extension) and the 520 Richards Street building (includes Western Trophies Ltd. sign though now empty, 4-storey brick).
Image shows 2-storey building at 593 Richards Street (Canadian Bible Society), 2-storey building at 581 Richards Street (British Columbia Stamp Works), and 4-storey earlier style building (St. Clair Hotel and Tandy Leather & Craft Supplies.
Image shows upper portion only of 4-storey brick building at 575 Richards Street 3-storey brick building at 555-557 Richards Street (visible signs are, at ground level, Jerome's Music Centre, and upstairs Kirk Mailing and ABC Recreational Equipment).