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[Military scenes and early Vancouver]

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  • Photograph

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AM54-S4-1--

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  • [188-? - 190-?] (Creation)

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1 album (148 photographs) : b&w album silver gelatin prints ; 22 x 28 cm or smaller

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File is album of photgraphs showing militia groups and military contingents in early Vancouver and elsewhere. Album also includes numerous photographs of scenes of Vancouver and British Columbia, as well as scenes of unidentified places and portraits of unidentified people.

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Presented to Major J.S. Matthews ca. 1929, possibly by J.C. Cornish.

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Annotation on inside cover reads "This book is the property of Master Gunner J.C. Cornish, formerly of "C" Battery, R.C.A., and afterwards first sergeant major of No. 5 Company, British Columbia Brigade of Garrison Artillery; the pioneer militia unit of Vancouver."

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  • Box: 173-C-01 Album L-6