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L.D. Taylor family fonds Vancouver (B.C.)
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[Archery at Jericho Beach]

Photograph is a group portrait showing a number of men and women at an archery event at Jericho Beach. Individuals identified are: Mayor L.D. Taylor, eighth from the right and Alderman E.W. Dean in centre of group.

[L.D. Taylor's goddaughter Mildred]

Photograph is a full-length studio portrait of L.D. Taylor's goddaughter Mildred, age 2 years. Inscription on photograph reads: "To her godfather. From Mildred, age 2 years, 1927."

[View of C.P.R. Piers B and C]

Inscripton on verso of print reads:"Second largest pier in the world. Opened and dedicated by Louis D. Taylor, Mayor of Vancouver, July 4, 1927, Diamond Jubilee of Confederation."

[Woman posing outdoors]

Inscription on verso of photograph reads: "Louis Dear, Called to see you, after a drive around the park, & thought you would enjoy a drive around Marine. Call up please, [E--l]. Tomorrow at 12."

Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C.

Photograph is a view of the 600 block of West Hastings Street, looking west from Granville Street. S. Blackson, Tobacconist, at 636 West Hastings Street is visible.

[Group portrait on the deck of the R.M.S. Aorangi]

Individuals identified are: Managing Director [of the Canadian Australasian Line] holding ring with the ship's name on it and his wife holding flowers, Mayor L.D. Taylor standing to the right of the Director, and the Mayor's secretary on far right. Inscription by Taylor on the verso of the photograph reads: "Arrival of greatest power boat in the world."

[L.D. Taylor with George J. Fowler family]

Individuals identified are: L.D. Taylor (far left), George J. Fowler (second from left) and Annie Fowler (second from right). Photograph likely taken outside the Fowlers' home at 1436 14th Avenue West.

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