Series S1 - Jenkinson family photographs

Portrait of Olga Jenkinson Bell as a child with doll carriage Portrait of John Jenkinson Portrait of Mrs. John Jenkinson Portrait of Mrs. John Jenkinson Stanley Park [with Mr. Elder, Park Superintendent and his wife, in front of their cottage at entr... Vancouver Rugby Football Club Church choir portrait B.C. Electric Railway Ambulance Corps Western Triple Men's Choir in front of King Edward High School with Mr. Hyslop, the conductor English Bay [beach scene] [Railway tracks through mountains of] B.C. Indians at the kitchen door Side door [and garden of house] [Swimming and canoeing at] English Bay [Women and child at] Kitchen door [View of Burrard Inlet and] C.P.R. [train and tracks] Side door [and garden of house] [View of mountains in] B.C. [View of] Howe Sound [People at] English Bay English Bay [beach scene] Mr. Burns house [at 1260 Barclay Street] [View mountains and residential area in] Vancouver Mr. Williams house on Barclay Street Mr. Williams drawing room [Lacrosse at Brockton Point grounds in Stanley] Park [View of] Howe Sound [View of shoreline at Stanley] Park [Sparsely forested area in ] B.C. Stanley Park, Mr. and Mrs. Williams North Vancouver ferry [with view of mountains in background] [View of dwellings at Stanley] Park [View of] English Bay Cannery Inside cover of photo album Photo album title page Exterior of 1260 Barclay Street Interior and exterior views of  1260 Barclay Street Stanley Park scenes Interior and exterior views of 1260 Barclay Street Views of the West End, Stanley Park and English Bay Views of the West End, Stanley Park and English Bay Deadman's Island, West End, salmon catch and interior of cannery Interior of cannery and fishing scenes Exterior and interior at 1260 Barclay Street Stanley Park and West End street cars Scenes of ships in harbour, English Bay, tennis courts and mountain views West End scenes including Wilson house, on Haro Street, English Bay, Stanley Park and Rivers Inle... Vessels in harbour, Haida First Nations at Rivers' Inlet, B.C., sports match in field Vancouver scenes including tennis courts, ships in harbour, mountain views and West End homes North and west facades of John Jenkinson's home at 1796 West 15th Avenue
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Jenkinson family photographs

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110 photographs

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Olga Jenkinson Bell was a Vancouver resident and accomplished musician. She taught piano, theory and harmony. As a member of the Women's Canadian Club, the Philharmonic Club, and the Canadian Memorial Church Choir, she performed at many recitals and benefit concerts. She was also responsible for the organization of many of these events.

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John Jenkinson emigrated from Lancashire, England to Vancouver in 1898. He worked as a meter reader for the B.C. Electric Railway Company.

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The fonds consists of photographs of the Jenkinson family, depicting family members, sporting events, scenery, and interior views of the family home in Vancouver.

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Series was previously described as the Jenkinson family fonds under the identifier CVA 242. Consultation with the donor record shows that CVA 242 was meant to be an accrual to the Olga Jenkinson Bell fonds and has been re-described accordingly.

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