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Item : MAP 748 - Plan of Cambie St. grounds

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Plan of Cambie St. grounds

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  • Statements of responsibility: The map has been signed and dated: Prov. Lieut. E. A. Jamison, 6th Reg. D.C.O.R., Nov. 29th, 1915.

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AM1594-: MAP 748

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  • 1915 (Creation)

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1 map : pencil and ink on drafting linen ; 52 x 52 cm

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Item is a map showing parade grounds, grand stand and drill hall in the area from Dunsmuir Street to Cambie Street to Georgia Street to Beatty Street. Legend in bottom left corner shows symbols for the following: iron fence, wire screen, goal posts, C.P.R. railway, car tracks, trees and contours. A letter about map from Major Matthews adhered to top right corner. Pencil annotation showing 158th Battalion men's quarters by Major Matthews

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Annotations: The top right-hand corner of the map contains a note from Major J. S. Matthews in which he discusses the origin of the map. Matthews theorizes that the map "supports a request for accommodation for the 15th overseas battalion, the 'Duke of Connaught's Own'."


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  • Format: TIFF (LZW compressed)
  • MD5: 47879D3B2538AFA6748C7B60357A375C
  • Size: 42664076 bytes

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  • Box: 699-02-04