- AM336-S3-2-: CVA 677-932
- [ca. 1972]
Photograph shows exterior of building.
Photograph shows exterior of building.
Photograph shows building, with signs for Honest Joe's Discount Bargains. Photograph also shows a portion of Pioneer Place (also known as Pigeon Park).
Photograph shows Chinese Benevolent Association building, and an adjacent building, housing Oriental Art and Curios, and Ho Ho Chop Suey restaurant.
Photograph shows two women in the lobby area. Photograph also shows the tile work in the lobby.
Photograph shows part of the Court House (later the Vancouver Art Gallery), part of the Hotel Vancouver (later the site of Eaton's Department Store) and the top of the Vancouver Block.
Photograph shows buildings on either side of Granville Street, as well as some buildings to the east. Street and buildings are decorated with flags and banners.
Photograph shows houses, apartment buildings, commercial buildings, Burrard Inlet, and part of Stanley Park.
Photograph shows streetcars, automobiles, and a boy with a bike on Hastings Street, looking west. Photograph also shows buildings, including the Marine building in the distance.
Photograph shows Hastings Street and surrounding buildings, including the Dominion building, west of Cambie Street. Photograph also shows the Burrard Inlet, part of the Stanley Park, and the North Shore mountains in the background.
Photograph shows automobiles and buildings, including the Post Office and the Dominion building in the distance.
Photograph shows a sketch of the Hastings Mill Store, and some surrounding buildings.
Photograph shows Granville Street, looking south from Cordova Street. Photograph shows the Post Office and other buildings, streetcars, and pedestrians.
Photograph shows a carving of fish, snakes, and subjects, above an exterior Marine building window.
Photograph shows corner of building at Georgia and Granville Streets.
Photograph shows man standing in front of a white picket fence. Behind the fence are various tents, as well as the Industrial Building.
Photograph shows incomplete plank roads, a brick building in the foreground, and various other buildings in the background.
Photograph shows a wooden building next to an empty lot, and the CN terminal and the North Shore mountains in the distance. Two election signs can be seen on the wooden building, reading: "Balan. The Progressive Man for Vancouver East."
Photograph shows the rear of the extension, with a parkade in the foreground.
Photograph shows a carving detail of two fish on the exterior of the Federal building 325 Granville Street and Cordova Street.
Photograph shows the side of the Federal building extension (325 Granville Street), with part of the Royal Bank building (675 West Hastings Street) in the background.
Photograph shows C.P.R. station at the foot of Granville street, other buildings in the area, and Burrard Inlet, Stanley Park, and the North Shore mountains in the background.
Photograph shows the waterfront area from across the Fraser River. Photograph shows industrial buildings, houses, and some streets.
Photograph shows pedestrians outside post office at Granville and Pender Streets. Photograph also shows the C.P.R. station in the background.
Photograph shows interior view of museum
Photograph shows the front of the Carnegie Building (401 Main St. at Hastings)
Photograph shows Carnegie Building (401 Main St. at Hastings).
Photograph shows interior entrance.
Photograph shows an interior view of museum.
Photograph shows buildings in downtown Vancouver, looking east. Photograph also shows Burrard Inlet and part of the waterfront in the distance.
Photograph shows buildings, waterfront, and part of Stanley Park, looking north west.
Photograph shows a streetcar, pedestrians, and various buildings, including the Imperial Life building, and the Post Office and C.P.R. station in the distance.
Photograph shows streetcars, carriages, pedestrians, and businesses, including McIntyre's Cafe in the Imperial Life building.
Photograph shows the Inns of Court Building (423 Hamilton Street at West Hastings) and the Debeck Building (336 West Hastings Street).
Photograph shows pedestrians, streetcars, the Birks Clock, and a banner announcing baseball games.
An accompanying label reads: "Hastings St. between Hamilton and Homer St. This block held its own for a number of years, but the march was always westward. Some of the well known names the businessmen are clearly seen -- Fit-Reform, Thomps...
Photograph shows pedestrians, carts, streetcars, and buildings, including the site of D. A. Smith Furniture.
Photograph shows pedestrians crossing street, and businesses such as the Mint Saloon, and McTaggart and Moscrop Hardware.
Photograph shows a large carriage travelling north in front of the Fee Block and the Bank of Monrteal.
Photograph shows pedestrians, cyclists, streetcar, and buildings on the west side of Granville Street.
Photograph also shows other buildings, carriages, and children playing on the Court House lawn.
Lettering on the photograph reads: "Hastings at Richards."
Photograph shows pedestrians, carriages, streetcars, and buildings.
Photograph shows buildings (including the Hudson's Bay Stores building), and Burrard Inlet and waterfront in the distance.
An attached label reads: "Looking south on Granville Street, during the 'Klondyke Boom,' 1898-9. The Williams stone buildings on the right gives the key to the picture. The Royal Bank and Post office are now on either corner. - P...