Print preview Close

Showing 3761 results

Archival description
Vancouver (B.C.) Streets With digital objects
Print preview View:

[Aerial view of Mount Pleasant, South Strathcona and Kensington-Cedar Cottage]

Photograph shows aerial view of the east end of False Creek, Thornton Park, Great Northern Railway and Canadian National Railway yards, Mount Pleasant, Strathcona, Grandview-Woodland, Trout Lake, Kingsway, Vancouver Technical School grounds, Renfrew playing fields, John Hendry Park, British Columbia Electric Railway Right of Way, Clark Park, Grandview Highway South, Great Northern Railway.

Dial map of Greater Vancouver and suburbs

Part contains a street map of Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, West Vancouver and North Vancouver showing block numbers, street car, bus, and railway lines, parks and hospitals. Map includes two dials (a numbered circle, a paper indicator, a grid of block numbers and a street index used to find locations). A small inset map shows the Capitol Hill/Scenic Park area of Burnaby in greater detail.

Dial map of Greater Vancouver and suburbs

Part contains a street map of Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, West Vancouver and North Vancouver showing block numbers, street car, bus, and railway lines, parks and hospitals. Map includes two dials (a numbered circle, a paper indicator, a grid of block numbers and a street index used to find locations). A small inset map shows the Capitol Hill/Scenic Park area of Burnaby in greater detail.

Dial map of Greater Vancouver

Part contains a street map of Vancouver showing street car, bus and railway lines, hospitals, and block numbers. Part includes a dial (a numbered circle, a paper indicator, a grid of block numbers and a street index used to find locations).

Dial map of Greater Vancouver

Part contains a street map of Vancouver showing street car, bus and railway lines, hospitals, and block numbers. Part includes a dial (a numbered circle, a paper indicator, a grid of block numbers and a street index used to find locations).

[Panoramic view looking north from the Hotel Vancouver]

Photographs show the west side of the 600 Block of Howe Street, Manor House, Deadman's Island, the 600 Block of Granville Street, the Van Horne Block, the Hudson Bay Company store, the Homer Street Methodist Church, the tower of Holy Rosary Cathedral and other buildings and houses

Contour plan of a portion of the City of Vancouver

Item is a map of the area from Chilco Street to Raymur Avenue and Coal Harbour/Vancouver Harbour to False Creek showing topographic contour lines, streets, block numbers (in Roman numerals), sewers, manholes, and elevations at various points along streets.

City of Vancouver

Item is a copy of sections of a November 1889 fire insurance map that have been pieced together. Includes the area between Seymour and Dunlevy Streets, from the south shore of the Burrard Inlet to Keefer Street. Map shows Chinatown, part of False Creek, and buildings and their uses (commercial, residential, industrial). The name of the business, business owner, or type of business is noted for most commercial and industrial buildings.

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.

[Panoramic view of downtown, Vancouver from Granville and Hastings Streets]

Photograph is almost a 360 degree view. Buildings and some landmarks are identified in ink on print. This is a cropped version of PAN P92.1.

Written on the back of the print in what appears to be Major J.S. Matthews writing:
"Building permits issued.
Court House, superstructure, 7 Dec 1907 (addition, 30/3/1912)
excavation, 8 Mar 1907
Dominion Trust 21 Apr 1908
Carter-Cotton Bldg (Province Bldg) 5 Oct 1908 (addition Pender St 14/11/10)

Street cars and vehicles:- left hand rule of the road until 1921.

Have not investigated but this looks July or August 1908 or perhaps July-Aug 1909"

Results 1 to 50 of 3761