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[Annual inspection of the 6th Regiment, The Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles on the lawn of 1190 (West) 8th Avenue]

Photograph shows the house at 1174 Ninth Avenue [Broadway]. Group portrait showing: Captain J. Reynolds Tite, Captain W. Hart-McHarg, Lieutenant A. Rowan, Lieutenant Nelson Dunn, Major F.W. Boultbee, Lieutenant G.A. Boult, Lieutenant Colonel J.C. Whyte, Sergeant Major A.C. Bundy, Lieutenant C.B. Worsnop, Captain C. Gardner Johnson, Captain Johnson, , Lieutenant R. Brittain, Major Alex Henderson, , Belfast Courtney, F. Highfield, Sergeant F. Kennedy, J.G. Holmes (seated), Mr. Akroyd, Mr. Stuart, Mr. Boyd, Mr. Tait, B. Highfield and others

"Sunny Southern Slope"

Photograph shows Chinese gardens, houses, North Arm School and Walter Moberly School in South Vancouver from Fraser Street and River Road (Marine Drive)

[Daniel McPhalen and family standing outside residence at 209 Harris Street (Georgia Street)

The building (and wagon) to the left of the house is the wooden shed (warehouse) for the first Woodward's store at Harris (Georgia) Street and Westminster Avenue (Main Street). J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives. Persons appearing in photograph (from left to right): Edward [Joseph?] McPhalen, Hellen Maude McPhalen, Daniel Joseph McPhalen, Mary Margaret McPhalen, Carolyn McPhalen (nee Boman/Buhlman).

[House at 1238 Melville Street]

Photograph shows house which was the location of the first school for the blind started by Thomas and Charlotte Burke in 1916. J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives.

[House at 1238 Melville Street]

Photograph shows house which was the location of the first school for the blind started by Thomas and Charlotte Burke. J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives.

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