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Hong Kong - airplane, men playing

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Hong Kong which captures a biplane flying; expatriates in suits and local soldiers in uniform sitting together; and the expatriates playfully tossing a ball around.

Hong Kong - harbour, construction, family

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Hong Kong which variously captures a large crowd standing on a dock by a large steam ship in a harbour; panning views of junks and sampans on the water; local laborers being served food; expatriates and local laborers at a construction site; Margaret standing by the Scott's Hong Kong home; a large ship departing from a harbour, with nearby buses and a Texaco station visible; Scott family members posing for the camera; and a view of Hong Kong streets from a tall building.

Hong Kong - M.V. Australia

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Hong Kong which captures several shots of a massive Texaco motor tanker ship, the Australia, of Wilmington, Del.. The film captures black smoke billowing from the Australia's stack, shots of structures on the land from onboard the boat, and uniformed men on the bridge of the ship.

Hong Kong : waterskiing, swimming

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Hong Kong which captures shots of youths waterskiing (possibly at Tweed Bay) and the family playing in the water; drying off; and an unidentified man juggling a paper ball with his feet.

Hong Kong - children playing, steam ship band

Item is an amateur film which captures children by the Scott's Hong Kong home skipping, playing, and smiling for the camera; children playing Ring Around the Rosie and cartwheeling; a band playing onboard a large steam ship; and shots of passengers and crew.

Hong Kong - airplane

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Hong Kong which captures an airplane performing loops, banks, and barrel rolls.

Kamloops

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Kamloops, British Columbia, which captures men and women picking apples in an orchard; shots of tractors and trucks; workers taking a break and laughing; panning shots over heaping boxes of apples and a nearby sleeping baby; a truck with a sign reading "D.S. Scott, Westsyde, Kamloops, B.C." with a dog peeping from the window; a man chopping at a tree with an axe; a shot of the water from the trees; a toddler walking with assistance from adults; and men packing boxes of apples.

Victoria - arborist, waterfront, roses

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Victoria, British Columbia, which captures an arbourist climbing a tree with ropes and spiked boots, hacking branches with an axe, and stopping for a cigarette break at the top of the tree; a shot of a large steam boat seen through the porte cochere of the Empress Hotel (Victoria, BC); and close-up shots of roses, most likely taken at either the Empress Hotel or Beacon Hill Park.

Victoria - downtown and Inner Harbour

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Victoria, British Columbia, which captures men and women walking down Douglas Street in downtown Victoria. The Hudson's Bay Company store can be seen in the distance. Subsequent shots capture cars at night, people, signs, buildings along the Inner Harbour, including the Customs House, and the steamer Princess Elizabeth docking at the Canadian Pacific dock.

Victoria : saying goodbye, photographs

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Victoria, British Columbia, which captures a man kissing and waving goodbye to an elderly couple, as well as panning shots over what appear to be family photographs affixed to a tack board.

War ships and ceremony

Item is an amateur film which captures several shots of what appears to be a destroyer-class war ship flying the flag of the Royal Navy viewed from a nearby Canadian Navy ship. A vessel flying both the flags of Nazi Germany and the British Navy is then approached, and a ceremony involving several Canadian and German navymen is held. The German kriegsmarine navymen are frisked. Several cameramen and civilians are also in attendance.

Hong Kong - Far East Aviation Co.

Item is an amateur film from Douglas Scott's time living in Hong Kong which captures a pilot explaining the features of an Avro type 637 airplane; three Avros flying in formation and performing stunts; and an unidentified Fairey plane being similarly introduced in a hangar.

Seagull Island

Item is an amateur film which captures a visit to a garden (possibly Butchart Gardens), followed by shots of seagulls and cormorants on a small island.

Chinese funeral and surf board riding

Item is an amateur film which captures unidentified men and women waterskiing on large boards which are being towed behind a boat. The child riding in the latter half of the film appears to be Margaret Scott.

R. Murdock, Felix, Mac

Item is an amateur film which captures what appears to be the so-called "man without a country" George Dibbern and his boat, La Rapunga, with its "citizen of the world" flag. The film also captures Inner Harbour (Victoria, B.C.) and the Empress Hotel; various sailboats; a man (again perhaps George Dibbern) hula dancing and climbing the rigging on his boat; Margaret and a young boy sailing on a catboat; and various boats.

Plan of proposed development of hydro-electric power. Bridge River

Item is a map sheet containing a plan and profile of a proposed hydro-electric development tunneling water from the Bridge River to a power plant on Seton Lake. The main map shows the plan of the overall development; the inset map is a Key Plan showing the location of the development within British Columbia.

Portions of Lillooet and New Westminster land districts

Item is a map which has been made up from portions of two different land registry maps, for the Lillooet and New Westminster Land Districts, to make one contiguous map showing the region from Gibsons Landing in the south, Southgate River in the north, Toba Inlet in the west and Alta Lake in the east.

Hydro electric surveys. Plan showing location of water powers investigated by City of Vancouver

Item is a map which functions as a visual index to the locations of various hydro electric surveys carried out by the City of Vancouver along the following rivers: Squamish River, Cheakamus River, Green River, Lillooet River, Eagle River, Indian River, Pitt River, Chehalis River, Harrison River, Chilliwack River, the Fraser and Thompson Rivers, and Bridge River. The map lists the names of the surveyors responsible and the areas covered by each survey. Annotations include the locations and the dates of use of "gauging stations established" and "city gauging stations still in use."

Cheakamus Lake

Item is a map showing the results of a preliminary survey of Cheakamus Lake and surrounding terrain. This map appears to be a draft of potions of the base map for MAP 1077.01, MAP 1077.02 and MAP 1119.

Portion of Harrison Lake and Lillooet River

Item is a map sheet survey data from Lilloet Lake in the north to Harrison Lake in the south. The main map show potential dam sites, water levels, bridges and wagon roads. Significant bodies of water included on the map are Harrison Lake, Little Harrison Lake, Glacier Lake, Fire Lake, Lilloet lake, Little Lillooet or Tenas Lake, and Lillooet River. Also shown are Billy Goat Creek, 25 Mile Creek, Rogers Creek, Gowan Creek, Glacier Creek, Spriny Creek, Tipella Creek, Douglas Creek and 6 1/2 Mile Creek. The sheet includes two nautical charts showing depth soundings at the south end of Lillooet Lake and the south end of Tenas Lake. The six sections show depth measured along points on the Lillooet River.

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