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Jazz dancing by Stacey Livingstone

Item is a photograph showing Stacey Livingstone delivering a jazz dancing performance. Writing on back of photograph: "Jazz dancing by Stacey Livingstone highlighted one particular days entertainment held at Vancouver Lodge AMORC, 805 West 23rd Avenue, Vancouver B.C., Past and Present Celebrations"

Young man dressed as cadet

Item is a 1/6 plate tintype studio photograph of a young man [Charles Smith?] dressed as a cadet against a stylized sitting room backdrop.

Fire station #2, personnel group portrait

Item is a copy negative of a photograph of fire station #2 personnel. (From left to right.) Top row: Syd Burgess, unknown, unknown. Middle row: unknown, unknown, Jack Fitzpatrick, Bill Plumbstell, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, C.C. McLennan. Seated: Chris Barker, unknown, Tom Botterell, J. Loftus Copt, Fire Chief Carlisle, Deputy Fire Chief Thompson, C. Jewett, Tom Burke, Andy Gill, unknown (Maybe T. Moffatt), R.M. Hare, A. Johnston, A. Watson, R. Forsyth, Alex McDonald, R. Allison, N. Henderson, T. McInnis, C. Westover, G. Dunlap, H. Walpole.

One of the first motor hose wagons at city hall

Item is a copy negative of a photograph of one of the first motor hose wagons at city hall, 425 Westminster Ave. (Main Street) Vancouver, B.C., with fire chief Carlisle behind drive and Capt. E.D. Mitchell on right between wheels.

Group of fire officials just north of #2 fire hall

Item is a copy negative of a photograph of a group of city of Vancouver fire officials just north of #2 fire hall on Seymour street. Left to right. Top row: Capt. Jas. McInnes, unknown, Chris Barker, Syd Burgess. Middle: Ed Keating, unknown, unknown. Front: unknown, Richard Frost, unknown, Thomas Bottrell.

Group of fire officials in 1896

Item is a copy negative of a photograph of a group of fire officials in 1896, middle of 700 block, Seymour street on east side, Vancouver (B.C), hose wagon in background. Front row (left to right): Capt. Wm. McPhie, Chief Carlisle, and steam engineer John Cooper. Back row (left to right): C. W. Thompson, Jas. McInnis, Chris Barker, W. Geo. McDonald, and Andy Gill.

Group of men at Capilano water works

Item is a group photograph of men at the Capilano Water works. Identified individuals in the photograph: Mr. William Sumner (third from right), William H. R. Sumner (son of William Sumner, second from the left), and an unidentified son of William Sumner (either Eustace G Sumner or Ernest Sumner, fifth from the left).

V.R.C. [Vancouver Rowing Club]/U.B.C. [University of British Columbia]B.E. & C. [British Empire & Commonwealth]Games gold medal eight, 1954

Item is a photograph of the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games gold medal eight crew with coach. Identified individuals are (from left to right): Kenneth J. Drummond (2), Douglas J McDonald (5), Thomas A. Toynbee (6), T. Michael Harris (7), Coach Frank Read, Lawrence K. West (4), Glen W. Smith (Str), J. Herman Zloklikouits (3), Phillip T. Kueber (spare), Robt. A. Wilson (bow), and Ray J. Sierpina (cox).

Vancouver Rowing Club - rowing float in front of clubhouse

Item is a photograph of the Vancouver Rowing Club/University of British Columbia 1956 Olympic silver medal eight crew in front of the V.R.C. clubhouse in Coal Harbour, with crew in an eight and coach Frank Read crouched on the dock. Identified crew are, from left to right: Phillip T Kueber (B), Richard N. McClure (2), Robt. A. Wilsom (3), David L. Helliwell (4), D. Waynne Pretty (5), Wm. A.M. McKerlich (6), Douglas J. McDonald (7), Lawrence K. West (str), Carlton S. Ogawa (cox).

Coal Harbour 1931, Vancouver Rowing Club eight

Item is a photograph of a 1931 Vancouver Rowing Club eight in Coal Harbour. Visible in the background is the Coal Harbour marina and downtown Vancouver, including the steel frame of the unfinished third Hotel Vancouver. Identified crew (from left to right): C. Wilson (bow), Dawson Dordon (2), Art Bergman (3), Brian Hunnings (4), Alex. Gordon (5), Boyd Gordon (6), Ed. Gordon (7), Tom Cameron (str), and W.G. "Babs" Jaggard (cox).

Vancouver, B.C. 1928 - B.C. rugby executives

Item is a photograph of the 1928 B.C. Rugby executives, including men from the British Columbia Rugby Union (B.C.R.U.), and the Vancouver Rugby Union (V.R.U.), and the board of referees. Identified individuals, from right to left, standing: R.P. Woodward (Secty B.C.R.U.), R. Bell-Irving (Pres. V.R.U.), G. Nelles Stacey (V-Pres. V.R.U.), Campbell Sweeny (Hon.Pres. B.C.R.U.), Justice Aulay Morrison (Hon. Pres. V.R.U.), and Col. R.C. Cooper (Secty. V.R.U.). From right to left, seated: E.L. 'Buck' Yeo (Senior Referee) and J.T. Underhill (Chairman, Board of Referees).

Coal Harbour scene - 1914 - Vancouver Rowing Club eight

Item is a photograph of a 1914 Vancouver Rowing Club eight at Coal Harbour. Identified crew, from left to right, are: Norman C. Sawers (Bow), T. A. H. Taylor (2), George Chaffey (3), H. I. Bird (4), Archie C. Black (5), G. Nelles Stacey (6), F. G. Hudson (7), S. C. 'Bimbo' Sweeny (str), A. C. Findlay (coxswain).

1914 V.R.C. [Vancouver Rowing Club] Eight on Rowing Club float, Coal Harbour

Item is a photograph of a 1914 Vancouver Rowing Club eight crew with club executives posing on a club float in Coal Harbour. Identified individuals, from left to right: Gavin Davis (in background), S. C. Sweeny, F. G. Hudson, G. N. Stacey, A. C. Black, H. A. Baker (Secretary), Dean Harrison, Dick Pocock, A.C.Findlay (Coxswain), G.B.Harris (President), H. I. Bird, George Chaffey, T. A. H. Taylor, and N. C. Sawers.

Vancouver Rowing Club Hockey Team, 1912-1913

Item is a photograph of the 1912-1913 Vancouver Rowing Club hockey team. Also included in the photograph is the Savage Cup as an addition in the upper right corner, which the team was the first team to win, and the Godfrey cup in the middle of the seated row. Identified individuals, from left to right: (standing) J. A. Merrick (centre), Tommy Baker (secretary-treasurer), R. H. Burnett (spare), T. O. MacKay (manager), V.C. Venning (centre), (seated) N.E. Shore (coverpoint), J.R. Irvine (goal), D. H. Mackay (rover), J. Dietz (left wing), E.A. Burnett (point, captain), F.T. Orchard (right wing), A. H. Jefford (Spare).

V.R.C. [Vancouver Rowing Club] crew group photo

Item is a photograph of a group of rowers posing with trophies in front of the old Vancouver Boating Club and Burrard Inlet Rowing Club boathouses. The first four men in the back row are identified as the 1909 champion four oared crew (from left to right) R. Norman C. Sawers (bow) S.C. 'Bimbo' Sweeny (str) B.R. Gale (3) G. Nelles Stacey (2). The man squatting in front holding his hat is J. Fyfe Smith, the Vancouver Rowing Club captain. The other men are unidentified.

Portrait of McGill Hockey Club, Vancouver B.C., 1914-1915

Item is a photograph postcard of a composite photograph of the McGill (later U.B.C.) hockey club, 1914-1915. Pictured individuals are (from left to right): (top row) A. Morrison (centre point), J. G. Third (president, centre), S. Lett (captain, goalie), R. Doell (rover), (bottom row) D. M. McRae (left wing), G. L. Fraser (point), J. A. Williams, E. Bissett (right wing), F. M. Pearson.

Portrait of McGill Annual Board, Vancouver, 1914-1915

Item is a photograph postcard of a composite photograph of the annual board of McGill (later U.B.C.), 1914-1915. Pictured individuals are (from left to right): (top row) C. J. Cheery (lit editor), H. J. Gibson (lit editor), E. Lemessurier (artist), L. A. Mills (editor-in-chief), G. E. Rogers (alumni editor), A. I. Vermilyea (lit editor), E. Dawe (college world edit), (middle row) E. Lipsett (lit editor), K. Peck (athletic editor), G.W. Scott (asst. editor), E. Story (Coll. World and asst. editor), W. Dawe (athletic editor), J. Macleod (college world editor), (bottom row) C. Clement (college world editor), W. W. Mathers (asst. business mgr.), J. S. Johannson (business manager), W. M. Maxwell (circulation manager), N. Ballentine (college world editor).

Susan MacKenzie, Mary Lett, and parents at University of British Columbia graduation

Item is a group photograph at the graduation from University of British Columbia of Susan MacKenzie and Mary Lett, with their parents. Included in the photograph are (from left to right) Norman MacKenzie (President of U.B.C.), Mrs. Margaret MacKenzie, Susan MacKenzie, Mary Lett, Mrs. Evelyn Lett, and Sherwood Lett (Chancellor of U.B.C.).

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