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22 Archival description results for Maps--Tourist

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False Creek, Vancouver, B.C.

Item is a map showing street names and major landmarks around False Creek during Expo 86. Major pavilions on the fair site are labeled. An index map in the lower right-hand corner of the map shows the location of the primary map in relation to the rest of Greater Vancouver and the United States. The map also includes a short chronology of the history of False Creek and Granville Island. The cover of the envelope depicts a smaller version of the map.

Map of Greater Vancouver

Item is a tourist brochure enclosed within a cover. The cover contains advertising for the Hotel Grosvenor. The enclosed brochure has information on the City, on the Hotel Grosvenor and on the Douglas Lodge (Fort St. James, B.C.), another property of the same owner. The reverse of the brochure is a road map of Greater Vancouver.

Official highway map of British Columbia, northern Washington, Idaho and Montana

Item is a road map designed to be folded into a pamphlet. Primary map shows main roads, secondary roads, roads under construction and highway numbers in the southern half of British Columbia, northern Washington, northern Idaho and northern Montana. Three inset maps show the Trans-Canada Highway, Peace River highways and routes from Prince George to Hazelton. The item also contains information on government ferries, registration of foreign cars, British Columbia provincial parks, Dominion parks, camp fire permits and hours at British Columbia customs stations.

Tourist map of Greater Vancouver

Part is a sheet with two maps. The main map shows a pictorial view of Greater Vancouver, including the location of major roads and tourist attractions. Drawings of "the most important single objects on totem poles of the Pacific Northwest Indians" form a decorative border. The inset map shows downtown Granville Street and the location of the Scenery Shop.

Vancouver : spectacular by nature : official courtesy map

Primary map on recto shows major roads, hotels, travel apartments, parks, golf courses, gardens, recreational facilities, historical and cultural attractions, shopping centres and other places of interest in the downtown, Stanley Park, Kitsilano and Fairview areas. The map on verso shows similar details for Greater Vancouver (including West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Vancouver, Burnaby, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, New Westminster, Langley, Surrey, Delta, Richmond and White Rock.

Vancouver, B.C.

Map shows major roads, parks, landmarks and tourist attractions in Vancouver and parts of West Vancouver, North Vancouver and Burnaby. The map shows the area from Grouse Mountain in the north to Vancouver International Airport in the south and from Burnaby Lake in the east to Lighthouse Park and the University Endowment Lands in the west

Visitors map of Vancouver

Part is the front sheet of an unfolded tourism brochure showing Vancouver tourist attractions, The sheet includes a map of downtown Vancouver, with transportation information, a map of the roads in Stanley Park, photographs and information on various sites and attractions in the city, as well as general promotional information.

Western Canada

Item is a two-sided road map containing a map of Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the adjoining U.S. states; a map showing Canada and the United States from Labrador and Prince Rupert, B.C. in the north to Richmond, Virginia and San Francisco, California in the south; a map of British Columbia and Alberta; and an illustrated map of Greater Vancouver. The item includes road indexes, a mileage chart for Western Canada, and information on national parks in Western Canada.