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Robert Cuthbert photographs

File consists of photographs taken by Cuthbert of streets and buildings in Vancouver's downtown core, the collapse of the Second Narrows Bridge, and exterior views of the former F. Ronald Graham home, 1955-1958, 1967, 1971; as well as photographs collected by Cuthbert including the Burrard Bridge, 1932, group portrait of the Southlands Riding Club for which Cuthbert and his father, Robert G. Cuthbert, were members, 1945, and the the site of his father's veterinary practice at different locations on West 4th Avenue, 1925 - ca. 1964.

Cuthbert, Robert

Supper Ride - Southlands Riding Club

Item is a photograph showing a group of riders on horseback at Spanish Banks beach; list of riders provided by donor (L-R): Ronald Grace - sec. treas. Bralorne, Frank Lofting - sec. Neolite Ltd., Franklin K. Collins - lawyer, A. Howard Spohn - physician, Richard Chow, Neina Williams (Mrs. Thomas A.), G.O. Matthews - physician, Lucile Gardiner (Mrs. Harold), T. H. Baird - B.C. Livestock Prod., Jean Bailey - nurse for Dr. Spohn, Peggy Craig, Bob Moberg - student, Nan Hardie - student, Edith Thomson - clerk, B of Mtl., - H. Hind, Joan Gell - student, Polly Howard (Brand), Muriel McNeil - sec. Canada Wire, Peter Sloan - Alaska Pine, Wm. J. Stothers - retired, Winifriede Jackson (Mrs. Geo. F.), Dave Davies - student, Hewitt Hayward - farmer, Robert A. Cuthbert - student, Harry Grainger, W. Margaret Lofting (Mrs. Frank), George F. Jackson - furniture, Irene Strong - student, Winnie Hunter (Mrs. Archibald), Joshua Y. Strong - N. Pacific Export, Alice Bailey, Grace Cuthbert (Mrs. R. G.), Robert G. Cuthbert - vet. surgeon, Daisey MacDougall - mgr. Woman's Bakery, Clive (?) Gray, Bernice Ramsay - clerk, U.I.C., Palmer Rutledge - trailhorse guide, Eleanor Sloan, Dr. J. H. Martyn - vet. surgeon, Nina Fairweather - widow of A. H., E. M. Milligan, Emma Stocker (Mrs. Arthur H.), A. J. "Mac" MacPherson - Pt. Grey Realty, Laurie Kelson - Empire Motors Sales, Marjorie Rowlings, Walter B. Rowlings - H. A. Roberts Ltd., May Eng James - music teacher?, Wm. A Ragsdale - Rand & Fowler Ltd., H. J. Bird - investment dealer

Ron Graham's

Item is a photograph showing a performance by ballerinas on the lawn of the former home of F. Ronald Graham at 6101 NW Marine, now known as Graham House belonging to Green College, UBC.

Photograph album, 1907-1918

Item is a photograph album showing various scenes of family, friends, classmates, school events, Provincial Normal School boys' and girls' basketball teams, leisure activities, Labour Day parades; geographic areas include around Vancouver and the lower mainland including English Bay and Second Beach, as well as various locations from around the province such as Victoria, Buccaneer Bay, Armstrong, Vernon, Harrison and other sites. The album also includes photographs showing ships and soldiers in uniform from World War I, including Witley Camp, England and Signal Hill in Esquimalt, B.C., including portraits and group photographs.

Habitat [Forum '76]

Item is a film showing the site of the Habitat Forum located near Jericho and Locarno Beaches. Film contains views of the Vancouver skyline, hangar mural designed by Bill Reid, Habitat entrance archway, flags of UN countries, people walking around the Habitat site, a Greenpeace sailboat, wood carving, wooden sculptures and a totem pole.

Dev funeral and Habitat [Ireland State Funeral, Vancouver Habitat Forum '76 early setup]

Item is a film showing scenes from a funeral procession [possibly in Ireland], blurry shots of a television screen, a house on a coastal cliff and the ocean, views of the North Shore Mountains from the Habitat grounds at dawn, hangars and lumber at Habitat grounds prior to setup of Habitat.

Tennis club

Item is a film containing home movie footage filmed by Allan Crocker. The film shows people playing tennis at Jericho Tennis Club, the exterior features and the view from Jericho Tennis Club. The film also shows Estelle Crocker leaving a retail store and driving a car.

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