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Panorama from City Hall

Photograph shows the north side of the 400 Block of West 10th Avenue, the Royal Bank building, the Cambie Bridge and False Creek, Downtown and the Georgia Viaduct in the background

Panorama from City Hall

Photograph shows the north sides of the 400 Blocks of West 10th Avenue and Broadway, the Royal Bank building, the Cambie Bridge and False Creek, Downtown and the Georgia Viaduct in the background

Panorama from City Hall

Photograph shows the north sides of the 500 Blocks of West 10th Avenue and Broadway and the Vancouver Engineering Works buildings, Granville Bridge, Burrard Bridge and False Creek and Yaletown in the background

[Panoramic view of downtown, Vancouver from Granville and Hastings Streets]

Photograph is almost a 360 degree view. Buildings and some landmarks are identified in ink on print. This is a cropped version of PAN P92.1.

Written on the back of the print in what appears to be Major J.S. Matthews writing:
"Building permits issued.
Court House, superstructure, 7 Dec 1907 (addition, 30/3/1912)
excavation, 8 Mar 1907
Dominion Trust 21 Apr 1908
Carter-Cotton Bldg (Province Bldg) 5 Oct 1908 (addition Pender St 14/11/10)

Street cars and vehicles:- left hand rule of the road until 1921.

Have not investigated but this looks July or August 1908 or perhaps July-Aug 1909"

City and District of North Vancouver

Item is a map showing the city and district of North Vancouver. It shows paved roads, gravel roads, unopened roads and a graphical depiction of the population as of 1947. A small inset map shows the position of the city of North Vancouver and the district of North Vancouver in relation to Vancouver, Burrard Inlet and West Vancouver. Annotations appear to be in J.S. Matthews' hand, noting a portion of North Vancouver as "King's Lynn".

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