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Fonds AM59 - Jericho Country Club fonds

Layout of golf links for Jericho Country Club addition [Plan of part of lots 176 and 538] First Jericho Country Club clubhouse Man and woman on balcony of Jericho Clubhouse, looking across beach to north shore View looking north west from the Jericho Clubhouse Old cart bridge across slough on Jericho Golf Club property Garden surrounding original Jericho Clubhouse Woman on old footbridge crossing slough at Jericho Golf Club A. Kam on original first tee at Jericho Golf Course Man and woman on first green at Jericho Golf Course Men approaching fourth green with house of J. MacKenzie Bowell under construction in the distance A. Kam, club professional, on fourth tee Jericho Club's horse pulling a mower

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Jericho Country Club fonds

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AM59

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  • [ca. 1892]-1942 (Creation)
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    Jericho Country Club

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  • 0.24 m of textual records
  • ca. 70 photographs

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In 1892 the first organized Golf Club was formed in Vancouver. The Vancouver Golf Club used the Jericho links until 1894, when they were destroyed by the sea. There followed a move to Brockton Point Athletic Grounds, and another to Moodyville Rifle Range, 1897-1899. In 1902 the C.P.R. range in Point Grey was suspended in favour of a residential town site. In 1905 the Jericho Country Club recommenced construction, which was completed in 1907. In 1924 the Club extended its area, adding tennis, badminton, squash, bowling, and croquet facilities. In 1942 the property was taken over by the Department of National Defence for the use of the R.C.A.F.

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The fonds includes records of the Jericho Syndicate Limited (1905) and a list of subscribers; letters concerning the formation of the B.C. Golf Association (1922) and the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (1926); a guest list for the farewell reception of 1942; writings on the early history of the Club; photographs; a blueprint, J.H. Bushnell, "Plan of part of Lots 176 and 538"; two small maps of the golf course, one of the country club location; a book of membership applications, 1919-1928; clippings; and a scrapbook belonging to J.R. Waghorn, Chairman of the Golf Committee, containing correspondence, 1916-1917, and clippings from 1916-1931.

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Presented in 1943 by E.E. Beck, Secretary of the Jericho Golf Club.

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Photographs in this fonds have been assigned item numbers with the prefix "CVA 255" or "CVA 771"

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