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Inset maps and indexes

Part is the verso side of the pamphlet, which includes a street index, list of places of general interst and their location on on the main map, a list of B.C.E.R. routes, and an index of schools shown on the map. The page includes two inset maps, one of downtown Vancouver and one of Richmond, including a road index.

Tourist map of Greater Vancouver

Part is a sheet with two maps. The main map shows a pictorial view of Greater Vancouver, including the location of major roads and tourist attractions. Drawings of "the most important single objects on totem poles of the Pacific Northwest Indians" form a decorative border. The inset map shows downtown Granville Street and the location of the Scenery Shop.

Along the gulf coast riviera by Union Steamships

Part is the outer/front side of an unfolded brochure for Union Steamships Limited. The sheet described various tourist destinations along the southern coast that could be reached by Union Steamships services, with information on sights, fares, etc. The sheet also includes photographs of recreation areas around Sechelt.

Union Steamships (Vancouver, B.C.)

City of Vancouver. Canadian Pacific town site

Part is a map sheet with one principal map, three inset maps and one illustration. The main map is a copy of a L.A. Hamilton map of downtown Vancouver and the land surrounding False Creek. Textual information is provided about the history and layout of Stanley Park. Inset maps show the Canadian Pacific mail steamships lines around the world and an index plan of Vancouver, B.C.

City of Vancouver. Canadian Pacific town site

Part is a map sheet with one principal map, three inset maps and one illustration. The main map is a copy of a L.A. Hamilton map of downtown Vancouver and the land surrounding False Creek. Textual information is provided about the history and layout of Stanley Park. Inset maps show the Canadian Pacific mail steamships lines around the world and an index plan of Vancouver, B.C. An illustration is incuded of the north shore mountains as seen from Vancouver.

Steve Rosell, special asst. to Robert Andras, 1970-1972 [interview]

Item part is a recording of Steve Rosell, who served as special assistant to Canadian politician Robert Andras from 1970 to 1972, as he responds to written questions about the Strathcona Property Owners and Tenants Association, urban planning, policies, and the surrounding politics. The opening of the tape contains clips from "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" (Clark Gesner); Steve Rosell begins addressing questions at the 6 min., 25 sec. mark as classical music plays in the background. After Rosell finishes with the questions, the song "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" (Simon & Garfunkel) plays. From the 37 min., 57 sec. mark to the end of the tape is silent.

John Coates, Planning Dept.; Lloyd Axeworthy, E.A. to Paul Hellyer [interviews]

Item part is a recording of interviews with John Coates of the Planning Department and Lloyd Axeworthy, then executive assistant to Paul Hellyer of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), about the joint Strathcona-CMHC initiatives to renew housing in the area, as well as the associated history and politics. Interview cuts out at end of tape.

Ron Basford; Kim Ganong [interviews]

Item part is a recording of interviews with former MLA Ron Basford and Kim Ganong. Ron Basford speaks about zoning and funding considerations in attempting to renew Strathcona, and Kim Ganong speaks about negotiations with SPOTA and the City of Vancouver to secure funding for the renewal of properties within Strathcona. Interview cuts out at end of tape.

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