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Family gathering at the house of Dr. and Mrs. Farish

Item is a photograph showing a gathering of family members. Document accompanying photograph states: "Descendent families of Charles Gowen. Born in London, England Feb. 18, 1819, died in Victoria, Dec. 8, 1892, and Anne E. Anderson, born in Malton, Yorkshire, England, Mar. 27, 1827, died in Victoria Nov. 11, 1920. Married Aug. 26, 1855 at Placerville, California by Rev. S.S. Wheeler." Document then lists the various descendant families.

Document identifies the people in the photograph:
Top row, left to right: W.J. McKerlie, Revely Farish, Napier Gowen, Mrs. Flo. Patten, Nelson Gowen, Frank Cooper, Napier Gowen Jr., Mrs Frank White.
3rd row: Mrs. Dora Gordon, Dr. J.C. Farish, Mrs. Thelma McKerlie, Mrs. Napier Gowen, Chas. Revely, Mrs. Frank Cooper, Mrs Nelson Gowen, Frank White, Wm. Tisdall (Buzz), Dorothy Tisdall (Pindy).
2nd row: Mrs. C.E. Tisdall, Mrs. J.C. Farish, 2nd, Mrs. J.W. Hackett, Mrs. George Gowen, Gus Gowen, Mrs. Napier Gowen Sr, Polly Gowen, Mrs Harold Carne.
1st row: Mrs. H. Warren, Laddie Watkis Fennell, Bill McKerlie, Chas. Gowen, Adele McKerlie, Peggy Fennell, Ruth Tisdall (WInkie).

Document also contains a list of absentees.

Panorama of Vancouver, B.C. Canada

Panoramic view looking north showing Deadman's Island, Brockton Point, part of the West End, Downtown including the Immigration Building, the Marine Building under construction, the Rogers Building, the turret of the Bank of Montreal, the post office clock tower, the Sun Tower, the second Hotel Vancouver and the North Vancouver Ferry in the background

Vancouver Harbour

Panoramic view showing Burrard Inlet including 42 ocean steamers in port of which 25 were for grain cargoes, 17 vessels at berth (not shown in photograph) and the Harbour Commissioners wharf and Grain Elevator No. 1 and log booms

Local union I.A.T.S.E. members, organized Sept. 3, 1903.

Item is a photograph showing the members of the I.A.T.S.E. union. Names annotated on back of photograph. Standing, back row (L-R): Kato Forrest, Ad Harrington, Grant Robertson, Leo Smith, James Barr, Fred Blackadar, Charles Pratty, Arthur Cather, Fred Baker, W[illia]m Taylor. Seated, front row: Harry Spear, Harry Russell, J.C. Kloos, John Hood, Frank Woodsworth. The name Rod Martin is also written on back of photograph.

Canadian Press Famous Players

Item is a photograph of a group of Famous Players personnel with S.S. Fitzgibbons, Canadian President of Famous Players, pictured center. Names annotated on back of photo: "Mrs. A.W. Easthom, Mrs. Neil Path, Lou Karp, S.B. Ellerington, E.B. Marshall, S.R. Martin, W.H. Taylor, W.E. McCartney, A.S. Summers, W.S.L. Pacey, W. Bennett, Carl Rau, Claude Smith."

Rod Martin and group

Item is a photograph of Rod Martin, Secretary of Stage Employees Union, pictured front row left. Annotation on back of photograph: "Back row - S. Geldemenster, G. Moss, H. Laxton, T. Meager, S. Summers, T. Geluch and Verner?"

Home Gas Orchestra

Group portrait showing Dick Douglas, Polly Perkins, Frank Anders (announcer), Calvin Winter (conductor), Tug Wilson, Arthur Delamont, Arthur Gramm, Will Edwards, George Leach, William Haywood and others on stage with a CKWX microphone.

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