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University Hill School album

File is a photograph album showing staff, classes, student portraits, interior and exterior views of school buildings and property, school activities including various clubs, sports teams, cadets, graduation banquets, an inter-high relay event held at Hastings Park, as well as carvings by W. G. Donaldson. Names of staff identified in album include R. D. Afleck, Principal, J. B. DeLong, and A. S. Matheson. Names of students are listed in the album for some photographs.

Spencer family and 29th Vancouver Battalion regimental band and performers album

Item is an album showing images of family portraits and various family outings as well as images related to 29th Vancouver Battalion performers, such as Edmund A. Burke and other men in uniform as well as scenes of theatre performance with men in costume, the military theatre troupe the "See Toos" of the 2nd Canadian Division. Included in the album is a news clipping of the marriage of Pte. [Private] Joseph Sydney Spencer, member of the 29th Vancouver Battalion, and theatre and concert bills of performances in France including the Bonner Stadt Theatre. An inscription on the album cover states, "[?] With love to [Flo?] from Syd, Aug 26 1919". Some names and places are identified by inscription in the album.

29th Vancouver Battalion regimental brass band and performers album

File is an album showing portrait images of members of the 29th Vancouver Battalion entertainment performers in uniform, identified as: Capt Edmund A. Burke, * ; Sgt. May [Chapham?], comedian ; Leslie Benson, impersonator ; Jack Hogan, comedian ; Harry [Ashton?], impersonator ; John [Banall], stage manager lead ; Alex McKee, comedian ; Ben Charlton, box office ; Bill Marr, bass ; Harold Watts, props, tenor, impersonator ; Geo. [George] Curtis, tenor ; Vic Hagan, tenor ; Dick Tinney, bass, piano ; Ben Skinner, tenor ; [unidentified], baritone ; Geo. [George] Stewart, carpenter etc. ; [unidentified], tailor etc. ; Frenchy, cook ; W. H. [Hoole?], conductor ; Bill [Ericsson?], 1st violin ; Van Velzen, 1st violin ; Murray, 1st violin ; Geo. [George] Robson, 1st violin ; Cahill, 1st violin ; S. Simpkin, 2nd violin ; Tim [Saller], 2nd violin ; [Geo. Harley?], 1st violin ; Geo. [George] Johnson, 2nd violin ; Alex Joss, 2nd violin ; [Schnick?], cello ; [unidentified], centre bass ; Coram, centre bass ; Cooling, oboe ; Bucks Hoster, flute ; Tucker, flute ; Wallace, clarionette [clarinet] ; [?] Read, clarionette [clarinet] ; [unidentified], bassoon ; Dick Paradise, bassoon ; A. Somerset, cornet ; Hall, cornet ; Watson, French horn ; Art Stanford, French horn ; Charlie Williams, trombone, [T-?] Taylor, drums; and two other unidentified men.

Greenwood Archer photographs

File consists of photographs showing members of the Greenwood Archers at the Brockton Oval in Stanley Park, member Orville Craig and other archers bow hunting in the province (photographs 2016-047.10-.14), and other related images. Names of subjects identified are Orville Craig, Dorothy Craig, John Atherton, and Emmet Riordan.

LaBelle family album, 1947-1954

File is a photograph album showing images of members of the LaBelle family and friends, interior and exterior views of their home at 2677 West 43rd in Vancouver and other street scenes, office scenes of [Lorraine LaBelle?] at work and coworkers at 555 Seymour Street, the former B.C. Telephone Company building, a sports event [at Hastings Racetrack?], grave plots of Eugene P. LaBelle and Esther LaBelle, and other images as well as scrapbook materials from a trip to California including commercial and personal photographs, postcards and other ephemera. Names and places are further identified for most images in album. Some images are duplicates to images found in the other LaBelle family albums of this accession.

LaBelle family

Picturesque Vancouver, British Columbia

File is a souvenir photograph album showing images of C.P.R. railway lines and terminus building, First Nations people and totem poles, Stanley Park, views of the city and landscape including Mount Baker, Capilano River, Hastings Mill, Hastings Street, Granville Street, buildings including schools, Vancouver Club, "topical residences" of downtown homes, and churches, as well as images of the S.S. Princess Victoria and the S.S. Empress of India.

Robert Cuthbert photographs

File consists of photographs taken by Cuthbert of streets and buildings in Vancouver's downtown core, the collapse of the Second Narrows Bridge, and exterior views of the former F. Ronald Graham home, 1955-1958, 1967, 1971; as well as photographs collected by Cuthbert including the Burrard Bridge, 1932, group portrait of the Southlands Riding Club for which Cuthbert and his father, Robert G. Cuthbert, were members, 1945, and the the site of his father's veterinary practice at different locations on West 4th Avenue, 1925 - ca. 1964.

Cuthbert, Robert

Strathcona Porch Project photographs

File consists of photographs showing residences belonging to the Strathcona Porch Project, porches under construction, views of the neighbourhood and plan drawings of porches. Photographs were taken by Bill Jeffries, except for a few marked as taken by Judy Oberlander, and this set was later used by Jeffries for giving various lectures on the Strathcona Porch Project.

LaBelle family album, 1919-1938

File is a photograph album showing images of members of the LaBelle family and friends, their home at 2677 West 43rd in Vancouver, vacation scenes, trips around British Columbia, students at Little Flower Academy, a visit to France, the 1939 royal tour in Vancouver of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and various ships. Names and places are further identified for most images in album. Some images are duplicates to images found in the other LaBelle family albums of this accession.

LaBelle family

LaBelle family album, 1940-1948

File is a photograph album showing images of the Labelle family and friends, interior and exterior views of the their home at 2677 West 43rd in Vancouver, students at Little Flower Academy, vacationing, golfing at the Marine Drive Golf Club and the Beach Grove Gold Course, the 1939 royal tour of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, workplace scenes at a B.C. Telephone Company office, trips to other parts of British Columbia, various military and air force personnel, as well as scrapbook materials from a trip to California including commercial and personal photographs, postcards and other ephemera. Names and places are further identified for most images in the album. Some images are duplicates to images found in the other LaBelle family albums of this accession.

LaBelle family

LaBelle family album, 1932-1957

File is a photograph album showing images of Eugene LaBelle working on telephone lines and other images related to the B.C. Telephone Company including three of Sproat Lake sent to the Canadian Department of National Defense for Air Pacific Communication Programme in 1943, soldiers in uniform and scenes of military training [Canadian Army Base in Kingston, Ont.?], members of the LaBelle family and friends, interior and exterior views of the family home at 2677 West 43rd in Vancouver, trips to other parts of British Columbia, Niagara Falls and the United States including postcards and other ephemera. Names and places are further identified for most images in the album. Some images are duplicates to images found in the other LaBelle family albums of this accession.

LaBelle family

Gary McDonald collection

File consists of photographs pertaining to the lives of John Andrew MacDonald and Mabel Estelle MacDonald (Perkins). Photographs include portraits of John Andrew MacDonald and Mabel Estelle MacDonald, their children and relatives, as well as scenes from Fire Hall No. 1 where John Andrew MacDonald was employed as a fire fighter and later fire chief.