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Major Matthews collection Port Moody (B.C.) With digital objects
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[Arrival of Sir John and Lady Macdonald by C.P.R train at Port Moody]

People identified: 1. Mrs. Norman Fraser, 2. Mrs. John Fraser, 3. John Murray, 4. Miss Liah Scott, 5. E.K. Perry, 6. Miss Nellie Dockrill, 7. Mrs. E.K. Perry, 8. Norman Fraser, 9. T. J. Trapp, 10. Ham Lipsett, 11. first mate of ship"New York", 12. Mr. Simmonds, 13. Sir John A. MacDonald, 14. Lady MacDonald, 15. John R. Scott

[Group of men and women assembled at Barnet Beach]

Individuals in the photograph include, from left to right - back row: Miss Mary Campbell, Miss Beatrice Evans, Charles Bailey, Andy Forbes, Dan Grant, and Art Lewis; middle row: J.V. Armstrong, Bessie Currie, Miss Armstrong, Miss Johnson, Gus, Millie Mathison (Mrs. Lewis), Mrs. Grace Lewis, and Matt Peard; front row: unidentified man, Ed Burchell, Miss Eve Olmstead (Mrs. Addison), Ralph Wilson, Miss Maud McGregor, Thomas Bradshaw, and Mrs. Dr. Brighouse (nee Middlemas). J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives.

[Group of men and women assembled at Barnet Beach]

Individuals in the photograph include, from left to right - back row: Charles Bailey, Miss Mary Campbell, Miss Beatrice Evans, Andy Forbes, Dan Grant, and Art Lewis; middle row: J.V. Armstrong, Bessie Currie, Miss Armstrong, Miss Johnson, Gus, Millie Mathison (Mrs. Lewis), Mrs. Grace Lewis, and Matt Peard; front row: unidentified man, Ed Burchell, Miss Eva Olmstead (Mrs. Addison), Ralph Wilson, Miss Maud McGregor, Thomas Bradshaw, and Mrs. Dr. Brighouse (nee Middlemas). J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives.

[The first C.P.R. Station in Port Moody]

Photograph shows Mr. Ford, J. Bass, J.P. Phelan, Mr. Petridge, G. Storey, Mr. Preston, J.J. Mackin, Stanley Henderson, Bob Benedict, Evelyn Smith, James S. Fagan, Mr. Heward, George Morrow, William Downie, Fred Sinclair, A.J. Dana, Graham Boston, Luke Moore, J.J. Mulhall and others

[Two views of Coquitlam Dam and Buntzen Lake Power Plant number two construction]

Photograph negative is a copy of two photograph prints, showing: man with donkey in front of openings for hydraulic tunnels to be connected to the surge tank with penstocks for Buntzen Lake Power Plant number two; and water flowing over the spillway at the Coquitlam Dam. Negative was created in order to produce lantern slides of the two images.