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The retreat, Mashobra

Photograph is one of nine photographs adhered to a card created by Lord and Lady Willingdon in commemoration of Lord Willingdon's retirement as Governor General in 1931. The card is titled "Lest You Forget."

Viceroy's house, New Dehli

Photograph is one of nine photographs adhered to a card created by Lord and Lady Willingdon in commemoration of Lord Willingdon's retirement as Governor General in 1931. The card is titled "Lest You Forget."

[19]38

File includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, an election campaign pamphlet, muncipal financial statements, notes and three photographs of family and friends.

[Louis D. Taylor reading The New Deal newspaper]

The photograph shows L.D. Taylor smoking a cigar while reading an issue of The New Deal newspaper. A pen has been used to alter the newspaper's title to "A New Era." An inscription below the photograph reads: "British Columbia and Yukon Territory Ambassador at large (self appointed). Editor of this publication and manager of the proposed Information Bureaux , was Mayor of Vancouver B.C. for 11 years."

[19]41

File includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, post cards, poems and transcribed articles.

Press room, The World, Vancouver, B.C.

Photograph shows several employees of the World Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd. standing in front of and sitting on machinery in the press room of the World Building at 500 Beatty Street.

[Scrapbook]

File is a scrapbook given to L.D. Taylor by Ted and Ken Taylor, consisting of newspaper clippings documenting L.D.'s activities, political cartoons (clipped and original), correspondence, ephemera, and photographs. Material was accumulated by L.D. Taylor and is both glued into the book and filed loosely between pages. Includes the first issue of The New Deal (March 26, 1937), a photograph album titled "No. 2163 Monroe St." containing eight photographs (CVA 1477-411) and one loose photograph (CVA 1477-412).

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