Fonds AM1584 - James Luke Quiney fonds

"Golliwogg" at Lund [British Columbia] "Mother, Ken and me" [Kenelm, Catherine and Theresa Quincy] [ "Komagata Maru" with officials on ladder] ["A fencing lesson"] ["Golliwogg", a gaff-rigged sailboat with Point Atkinson in the distance] ["Komagata Maru" officials] ["Princess Charlotte," C.P.R. Steamship] ["Salmonbellies" lacrosse match at Queen's Park, New Westminster] [A summer camp on cliff above shore at the foot of Balaclava Street] [Alexander House at 16th Avenue and Collingwood Street] [American freeboard warship or monitor ship at Astoria] [An unidentified street possibly in Buffalo] [Austin, J.M. Nasmyth, Benj. H. Champion] [Automobile stuck in the mud, near 4th Avenue and Waterloo Street] [Back view of Keenleyside residence 3410 Waterloo Street] [Bear and dog embracing] [Bear cub up tree at 16th and Collingwood Street] [Bear] cubs from Kitsilano forest [at] 1820 Waterloo Street. [Bird's eye view of Kitsilano area in the winter] [Bird's eye view of Water, Cordova and Richards Streets] [Boathouses on south side of Coal Harbour] [Boathouses on the north side of Coal Harbour] [Boys boxing in outdoor ring] [Boys boxing in outdoor ring] [Buggy on Trutch Street near 4th Avenue] [Bush fire near Waterloo Street and 2nd Ave. W] [Campers' summer shacks on the cliff above the beach at the foot of Balaclava Street] [Canadian Government Department of Fisheries vessel "Stadacona"] [Canadian troops at Stonehenge, England] [Car and passengers at 1820 Waterloo Street] [Catherine Quiney at Brockton Point] [Chained bear and dog] [Clothesline tied to tree at Fourth Avenue and Dunbar Road] [Coal Harbour] [Couple in snow at 4th Avenue near Waterloo Street] [Couple with dog on Waterloo Street and 4th Avenue] [Crowd watching camels in parade] [Crowds assembled at Hastings Park for the opening of the first Vancouver Exhibition] [Crowds assembled to welcome Sir Wilfrid Laurier at first opening of the Vancouver Exhibition at ... [Crowds waving goodbye to troops in train] [Deer hunting, Secret Cove] [Delegation from Japan with local Japanese community] [Delphiniums display] [Dominion Day march of Vancouver militia] [Dunsmuir Street, looking towards the Drill Hall on Beatty Street] [Farming area on Bowen Island] [Farming area on Bowen Island] [Felling giant tree in Kitsilano] [Felling tree in Kitsilano forest] [Fire engine responding to forest fire at 2nd Ave. W. and Blenheim Street]
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James Luke Quiney fonds

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346 photographs

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Born in England, James Luke Quiney moved to Canada in 1903. He was a Vancouver real estate agent, cabinet maker and amateur photographer.

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The fonds consists of Quiney's photographs (negatives and prints) depicting people, homes and other scenes in Kitsilano, Coal Harbour, False Creek, Vancouver Island, Bowen Island, Lulu Island and elsewhere in British Columbia, as well as Halifax and Oregon. Includes views of vessels in Vancouver harbour.

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Donated by Mrs. Teresa Randall (nee Quiney) in 1959 and by Sherry Randall in 2001.


Photographs in this fonds have been assigned item identifiers in the range CVA 7-1 to CVA 7-346. There is no CVA 7-263.

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