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Plan of portion of Kitsilano Indian Reserve, No. 6 of the Squamish band, occupied by No. 2 Equipment Depot, R.C.A.F.
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- Cartographic material
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[before Jan. 27, 1942] (Creation)
- Hermon and Hermon
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1 map : positive blueprint ; 93 x 92 cm
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Hermon and Hermon was a civil engineering and surveying firm in Vancouver in the mid-20th century. The firm was a partnership between Ernest Boulton Hermon and his son James William Hermon, who continued the firm after his father's retirement. J.W. Hermon's son J.E. Hermon joined the firm in the 1950s; after his father's retirement in 1963, he entered into a new partnership with H.B. Cotton, Hermon and Cotton.
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Item is a survey map of the Kitsilano Indian Reserve located on Kitsilano Point (now Vanier Park). The map shows lot numbers, bearings, boundaries and landmarks.
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Use microfiche copy in the Reading Room.
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