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View from 6th Avenue and Maple Street

Item is a photograph showing the view from 6th Avenue and Maple Street. Annotation on verso: "Taken from 6th Avenue and Maple Street, C.P.R. tracks in front, Kitsilano Beach is about 8 blocks from this point. False Creek east of the right side of picture. English Bay district across from Kitsilano."

Vancouver, May 11/52

Item is a photograph of English Bay and the west side of Downtown Vancouver, looking northeast from somewhere along the south shore of English Bay. The view includes the Hotel Vancouver at the far right, and the beginning of Stanley Park on the far left.

Vancouver, B.C. Plan showing location of water pipes, hydrants, etc. [Kitsilano]

Item is a map showing the location of water pipes and hydrants for the area from Spruce Street to False Creek to Vine Street to Tenth Avenue (D.L. 526). Pipes and hydrants are shown in various coloured inks to indicate Installation date. Includes annotations as to whether pipes are wood or steel. Annotations have been added to a base map that is part of a larger map.

Vancouver (B.C.). Water Works Department

Vancouver Jubilee

Item is a promotional film showing the Diamond Jubilee celebration events, a brief history of Vancouver and concludes with footage of Vancouver after 1945. The film shows historical photographs of Vancouver and focuses on various aspects of development in Vancouver including industry, media, communications, transportation, power plants, city planning, city governance, tourism and architecture.

The film was commissioned by the Vancouver Jubilee Publicity Committee and later sponsored by the British Columbia Electric Company Ltd.

Individuals involved in the creation of the film include: John Young (Director of Photography), L.E. Weekes (Cameraman), Maureen Balfe (Editor), Gordon Inglis and Margaret Jestley (Narrators), C. Fredenburgh (Lighting), L.M. Parry (Producer), William D. Dix (Director)

This film is a re-print made by the Vancouver Museum in the late 1970's for a program called "Vancouver's Heritage in Film".

Trans-Canada Films

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