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800 E Hastings

Photograph shows south side of the 8oo Block of Hastings Street as viewed from the north west including Buckshon's Pharmacy, Dean's Grocery, the Hastings Auditorium and the Rice Block (404 Hawks Avenue).

818 - 826 Main Street

Photograph shows Pioneer Junk Co. (818 Main Street), Park Grocery (822 Main Street) and BC Supplies (826 Main Street).

818 - 826 Main Street

Photograph shows Pioneer Junk Co. (818 Main Street), Park Grocery (822 Main Street) and BC Supplies (826 Main Street).

835-839 Beatty Street

Item is a photograph in which signs for Frosch Design Studio, Corporate Expositions Group and Stained Glass Specialists are visible.

A birds-eye view of the eastern business section of Vancouver, B.C.

Photograph is a sectional panorama photograph consisting of 3 photographs joined together to form a panoarma. The left section shows a sailing ship at Hastings Sawmill, Malkins Wholesale Grocers, the Hotel Europe, Woodwards and other buildings. The center section shows Hastings Street at Abbott Street, Woodwards, the Holden Building, streetcars and pedestrians. The right section shows Pender Street, C.P.R. freight sheds and train and commercial buildings.

A grand opening at Stong's

Item filed under Retail and commercial development. In the spring, 1980, Stong's Market celebrated the completion of its new, larger store located at 4560 Dunbar. Three generations of the Stong family were on hand to cut the ribbon. In the doorway are Cori (Rossum) Bonia, Karen (Stong) Rossum, Evelyn Stong and Ralph Stong. Bill Rossum is standing to the right. Photograph courtesy of the Stong family.

A grand opening at Stong's

Item filed under Retail and commercial development. In the spring, 1980, Stong's Market celebrated the completion of its new, larger store located at 4560 Dunbar. Three generations of the Stong family were on hand to cut the ribbon. In the doorway are Cori (Rossum) Bonia, Karen (Stong) Rossum, Evelyn Stong and Ralph Stong. Bill Rossum is standing to the right. Photograph courtesy of the Stong family.

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