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00 Dunsmuir Street north side

Image shows the west approach to the Georgia Viaduct, includes a Coca Cola billboard, has two French Maid Products painted advertisements on the south side of the Beatty Street building, and the Sun Tower is in the background.

1550 Granville [Street] (Robertson-Hackett [Sawmills]) roof

Photograph shows a view looking northeast from the Granville Bridge showing lighted Neon Products billbooards advertising Nabob and Buckinghan Cigarettes, a lighted Ruddy-Duker Company billboard advertising Firestone, a billboard for Royal City Peas, carbon electric lights and the Continental Hotel in the background

1858-1958 Centenary Vancouver BC

Item is an amateur film documenting early and present-day Vancouver. This film contains footage of the Second Narrows Highway Bridge collapse, construction of the Deas Island Tunnel and Woodward's Oakridge Shopping Centre, as well as footage of Centennial Beach Park, Fort Langley Park, Queen Elizabeth Arboretum and the Bowladrome in Kerrisdale. The exterior and interior of a Vancouver home, including footage of children at play and a Christmas celebration, are also documented. There are also images of still photographs from the early 1900s which document sunbathers at a beach, loggers at work and the Stanley Park Hollow Tree. A Pioneer Citizen certificate bearing the name Max Wiehand is also shown.

1st Narrows Bridge

Item is a color film which details the steps involved in constructing the Lions Gate Bridge (First Narrows Bridge) across the First Narrows of the Burrard Inlet (Vancouver, B.C.) in 1937 and 1938. The film, which appears to be professionally produced, captures the entire construction and assembly process, including the cutting of a road through Stanley Park, preparation of cofferdams and caissons, foundation pouring, erection of the main towers, hoisting and attaching cables, insertion of stiffening trusses, bridge surface pouring, application of protective paint, and other finishing touches, including the installation of sculptor Charles Marega's lions. The film also captures shots of key contributors A.J.T. Taylor and John Anderson, as well as the first cars to cross the span from end to end.

Aerial photo, vertical, Marpole and junction of Fraser River, Bridgeport

Item is a photograph of Marpole and northern Richmond, looking north. The area photographed centres on the fork of the Fraser River at Sea Island, and runs from W 67th Avenue to Cambie Rd., and from the western most tip of Richmond Island to the west tip of Mitchell Island. Includes the Marpole Bridge and both Oak Street and Moray bridges under construction.

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