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Portrait of Sir William Van Horne

Item is a photograph taken in Joliet, Illinois of Sir William Van Horne. Typed note affixed to back: "Sir William Van Horne who suggested that the name Vancouver be given to the far Western terminus of the Canadian Pacific transcontinental railway system, when two little waterfront communities on Burrard Inlet joined in incorporation, while he was vice-president and general manager of the railroad."

[Group portrait of Vancouver Veteran Volunteer Firemen]

Item is a photograph showing F. Gladwin, R. Leatherdale, F. Duhamil, J. Moran, P. Larsen, J. Hoskins, W.S. Cook, J.A. McAllister, T. Becket, J.J. Garvin, E.C. Britton, C. [Gigier?], W. Dawsey, G. Thomas, W. McGirr, sq.. Ramage, G.F. Upham, C.M. Hawley, A.W. Cameron, J. McDonald, J.W. Campbell, W. McKinnon, H.E. Campbell, J.H. Carlisle, J. Metier, A. Tyson, and T.W. Lillie.

Malcolm Alexander MacLean

Item is a photographic reproduction of a photograph showing Malcolm Alexander MacLean, the first mayor of Vancouver. The photograph also exists under the identifier PORT P221 in the COV Archives holdings.

Champion Hose Team of B.C.

Item is a photograph portrait of the firefighters of the 1887 B.C. champion hose team. The individuals in the photograph are (left to right): Back row: J. Moran, W. Hamilton, R. Rutherford, D. Biggar. Middle row: Hugh Campbell, J. Taylor, J. McDonald, J. McKenzie, W. H. Saunders. Front: Captain J. A. Mateer.

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