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British Columbia : Port Moody sheet : west of seventh, east and west of coast meridians

Item is a map of the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, from the international border in the south to Britannia Beach in the north and from Sechelt Peninsula in the west to Chilliwack and Harrison Lake in the east. Map shows railways, railway stations, trails, roads surveyed, post offices, townships, and ranges.

British Columbia federal constituencies

Item is a map sheet with two maps and data regarding federal constituencies in British Columbia. The principal map shows the boundaries of the constituencies. The secondary map is a detail map showing the boundaries in constituencies in Greater Vancouver. The constituency data includes the number of voters in each constituency, the number of votes cast in the 1940 election, and each candidate's name.

British Columbia. Port Moody

Item is a map showing subdivisions of townships in Coquitlam, Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Surrey, Langley, Sumas, Sardis and Chilliwack. The west coast of British Columbia from Burrard Inlet to the Sechelt peninsula is shown as well as Vancouver Island and the surrounding Gulf Islands. Trails, post offices and railway stations are included.

Brochure regarding sales of provincial government property in Vancouver

Item is a brochure advertising the sale of land in Vancouver owned by the provincial government. One side of the unfolded brochure is promotional text and an index map showing the general location of the lands to be sold. The reverse of the sheet shows a portion of District Lot 192 and the lots available for sale.

Canadian Pacific Railway. Plan of part of branch line from Port Moody. A point on main line C.P.R. to English Bay, B.C.

Map shows a survey conducted by the Canadian Pacific Railway of English Bay, Burrard Inlet and Coal Harbour, including a rough outline of area and lots. Note on map reads "Certified as a correct plan showing the land required for right of way Burrard Inlet B.C., February 22, 1886. H.J. Cambie, Engineer in Charge." Map is certified as correct and signed by various C.P.R. officials, including W.C. Van Horne.

City of Vancouver : Canadian Pacific town site

Primary map shows lot numbers and boundaries, streets, fire limits and "soundings in feet" (in English Bay, Burrard Inlet, Coal Harbour and False Creek) in downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park and parts of Kitsilano and Fairview. The ancillary maps show an "Index plan of Vancouver, B.C.", an "Index plan of [Vancouver] city limits" and "Canadian Pacific Mail Steamship Lines" (a map of Canadian Pacifc steamship routes around the world). On recto, the item also includes a description of Stanley Park and an illustration of Vancouver's inner harbour. On verso, the item includes descriptions of major Vancouver residences, imports, exports, businesses and other landmarks.

City of Vancouver : Residential lots, Area B, Champlain Heights

Item contains information on the sale of lots in Champlain Heights by the City of Vancouver. A map shows lot numbers, lot sizes, lot values and sidewalk crossings in the area from Rosemont Drive in the north to 63rd Avenue in the south and from Butler Street in the east to Kerr Street in the west, and text outlines the details associated with sales.

City-owned lands-False Creek

Item is a map showing the location of City-owned properties around the perimeter of the western half of False Creek, west of the Connaught Bridge (Cambie Street Bridge) as of Nov. 1969. City-owned lots are outlined in coloured pencil. Notations are also included on land usage, ownership and land transfers os some south shore properties not owned by the City.

Annotations have been made on a part of a copy of a base map originally created to show land transfers between the C.P.R and the Government of British Columbia.

Vancouver (B.C.). Properties Division

Hastings Townsite

Item is a partial sectional map of Hastings Townsite showing streets, railways, legal addresses, some lot sizes, and municipal boundaries. Item has been annotated with information regarding property ownership, including identification of properties included in a 1919 tax sale, and various symbols of unspecified meaning.

Lot numbers, boundaries, railway lines and street names in the municipality of Point Grey

Primary map shows lot numbers, boundaries, railway lines and street names in the municipality of Point Grey from 16th Avenue in the north to the Fraser River in the south and from Ontario Street in the east to Blanca Drive in the west. A smaller map in the bottom left-hand corner of the item shows the north west portion of Point Grey.

Map of New Westminster District, B.C

Item is a map showing District Lots in Vancouver, and township/range designations in other areas. The map also shows False Creek Trail, North Arm Road, False Creek Road, Granville Road from Granville to Hastings, New Westminster and Burrard Inlet Road, North Road, Semiahmoo Road, New Westminster and Yale Wagon Road, and others. Annotated by W. E. Graveley, 1885, to show additional features including Kingsway, Haney, Albion Camp, etc.

Map of Vancouver, B.C. including Hastings Townsite and D.L. 301

Item is a map which shows Vancouver city streets, blocks, parks and neighbourhood boundaries. Map includes Kitsilano, Shaughnessy Heights, West End, Fairview, Mount Pleasant, Grandview, Rosedale and Hyde Park areas. Map also indicates steamship, car and railway lines.

The map was originally designed to be folded and enclosed in a small folder to which it was attached.

Map of part of the New Westminster District shewing the proposed new municipality of Burnaby

Item is a map showing boundaries of a proposed new municipality of Burnaby, which would include all land outside the "old" City of Vancouver between Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River and west of North Road. The map also shows the boundaries of District Lots in this area.

Garden, Hermon and Burwell, Provincial Land Surveyors

Map of portion of New Westminster District with adjacent islands and part of Vancouver Island, B.C.

Item is a map which shows parts of the east coast of Vancouver Island of southern Vancouver Island, the Strait of Georgia, the Gulf Islands, the Sechelt Peninsula, and Greater Vancouver. The map shows the numbers of the district lots for all of the New Westminster Land District.

Map of the city of Liverpool, Burrard Inlet, British Columbia

Item is a copy of a land registry map used to document the registration of block and lot subdivisions in what later became the West End neighbourhood of Vancouver. The original map has been heavily annotated around the map image to record information regarding the individual filings submitted for registration of individual blocks and lots, though the writing is not always legible. The map also shows the boundaries between the lands owned by John Morton, Hailstone and Brighouse, and David Oppenheimer and others, between the original Granville Township and the government reserve that later became Stanley Park.

Turner, George

Plan of Greater Vancouver, British Columbia

Item is a map of Greater Vancouver from Alma Road (Alma Street) to Boundary Road and Burrard Inlet to King Edward Avenue. Map shows district lot, block, and lot numbers, waterfront businesses, rail lines, schools, parks, beaches, and concentric circles indicating distances from a point located approximately at the intersection of Cambie and Hastings Streets.

Plan of Kitsilano Indian Reserve, No. 6 (contours)

Item is a topographical map used as a base for showing surveying information such as lot numbers, boundaries, contours, bearings, pipelines, bridge and rail rights-of-way and other landmarks on the Kitsilano Indian Reserve. The map was likely used in planning the development of Vanier Park and/or the Vancouver Museum in the mid-late 1960s. Annotations show "most likely entrance" at McNicoll Avenue.

Vancouver (B.C.). Engineer's Office

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