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Town-site of Hastings

Map shows Hastings Town-site, Granville Town-site, Burnaby, and the City of New Westminster. Map also shows the Road from Granville and the False Creek Trail, as well as the names of places and soil types found along these roads. Other places and structures noted include Burrard Inlet, Coal Harbour (Coal Harbor on map), False Creek, False Creek Bridge, Burnaby Lake, Fraser River, New Westminster and Burrard Inlet Road, Douglas Road, Edinburgh Street, Columbia Street, Richards Street, and the New Westminster Cemetery. Two notes on map read "Plan to accompany Report of 1st May 1883, Joseph Hunter" and "Memo: Mr. Ross will place [?] this map to the [Engs.] Office Victoria [?]." 14T3 Roads & Trails is printed on the side of the map.

Cordova St[reet looking west from Carrall Street] : July 1886 - five weeks after the fire.

Photograph shows businesses being rebuilt after the great fire. Some businesses in the photograph are: Burrard Hotel, Tom Dunn Hardware, Grant & Arkell, Dietz (sp?) Winch, Daily News (on Hastings Street), Sekl's Furniture Store, Dougall House, Tom McDonald (on Pender Street), Mathison the Printer (on Hastings Street), Cosmopolitan Hotel, Mizony's Restaurant, F.W. Hart Furniture, Tilley's (sp?) Book Store and the Telephone Exchange.

4 Weeks after Fire

Photograph shows a view looking east from Richards Street toward the intersection of Water Street and Cordova Street, plank roads, buildings including the Greyhound Hotel under construction and Princess Louise Tree

Cordova Street [looking west from Carrall Street] : July 1886 - five weeks after the fire.

Photograph shows businesses being rebuilt after the great fire. The names of the businesses are written in pen across the centre of the photograph with a line indicating the building or business. Businesses identified are: Burrard Hotel, Tom Dunn Hardware, Grant & Arkell, Dietz (sp?) Winch, Daily News (on Hastings Street), Sekl's Furniture Store, Dougall House, Tom McDonald (on Pender Street), Mathison the Printer (on Hastings Street), Cosmopolitan Hotel, Mizony's Restaurant, F.W. Hart Furniture, Tilley's (sp?) Book Store and the Telephone Exchange.

Carrall Street

Item is a photographic reproduction of a photograph showing Carrall Street in 1886. The photograph also exists under the identifier Str P83 in the COV Archives holdings.

[Hart's Arch at] Cordova St.

Photograph shows arch, flags and other decorations for the completion of the C.P.R. line to Vancouver. J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives.

Vancouver B.C. from the South

Photograph shows a view looking north from the corner of Westminster Avenue (Main Street) and 7th Avenue including the Westminster Avenue Trestle Bridge and False Creek in the background

Vancouver B.C. from the South

Photograph shows a view loking north from the corner of Westminster Avenue (Main Street) and 7th Avenue including the Westminster Avenue Trestle Bridge and False Creek in the background

[Looking north from Georgia Street from the Hotel Vancouver]

Photograph shows the 500 and 600 Blocks of between Howe Street and Granville Street including part of the C.P.R. Park, the Japanese Consul, Manor House under construction, the Van Horne Block and the Bluff showing the homes of A.G. Ferguson and Harry Abbott in the background

Vancouver, B.C. from the South

Photograph shows a view looking north from the corner of Westminster Avenue (Main Street) and 7th Avenue including the Westminster Avenue Trestle Bridge and False Creek in the background

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