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Kingsway between Tyne and Battison Streets, looking west

Item is a photograph of road construction on Kingsway, between Tyne Street and Battison Street, looking west. The photograph shows a man holding a flag, mostly obscured by a warning sign, and B.C. Telephone Company workers work at the base of a utility pole. The building in the centre of the photograph has "The Bungalow" written on the side.

Kingsway between Tyne and Battison Streets, looking east

Item is a photograph of Kingsway, between Tyne Street and Battison Street, looking east. B.C. Telephone Co. equipment is visible at the construction site in the middle of the photograph. Advertisement billboards for The Seaton apartments and the Alcazar Hotel (Hotel Alcazar on the billboard) are visible. The building in the centre right of the photograph has "The Bungalow" written on the side.

N.E. Coal "Take A Giant Step"

Item is a sponsored production produced by Yaletown Productions Inc for the B.C. government. "Take a Giant Step" is a 28 minute promotional documentary presented by the Government of British Colubmia on the North East Coal and Transportation Development project. Features construction and mining montauges and information about the project and the partnerships with Japan, the Federal Government of Canada and two mining companies. Produced and directed by Ken Jubenvill; executive producer Davd Brown; written by Richard Tomkies; assistant director Mike [Michael] Collier; photograph Bab Asgeirrson; edited by Mike [Michael] Collier; music composed by Bruce Ruddell; narrator Jim Hault; sound recording Ralph Parker, Rob Young, and Peter Bentley; additional photography Dave Geddes and Ron Orieux; sound re-recording Paul Sharpe; titles and animation International Rocketship. 1984.

The Coquihalla

Item is a sponsored production produced by Yaletown Productions Inc for the Government of British Columbia, the Ministry of Transportation and Highways. Video justifies and celebrates the Coquihalla highway 5. Includes footage of construction, fish and river conservation work, planning meetings, avalanches, and traffic. Sound re-recordings Barry Jones; graphics Barrie Helmer; titles West Coast Film Opticals; sound recording Martin Fossum, Eric Batut, and Larry Sutton; sound editor Stuart Copley; photographed by Bab Asgeirsson, Dave Geddes, Curt Peterson, John Seale, and Tim Sale; original music by Alex Downie Audio Productions; marrated by James Hault; edited by Jane Morrison; written by Richard Tomkies; produced by David P. Brown; directed by Ken Jubenvill; a JEM film production.

Middle Arm Bridge and 800 block Thurlow slides

File consists of four photographs of the Middle Arm Bridge taken on May 31, 1957 and five photographs of road construction on the 800 block of Thurlow Street, showing CustomColor Laboratories Ltd. at 819 Thurlow Street, circa 1957.

Quan, Joe

Sketch map of part of British Columbia showing trails and routes of communication

Item is a photostatic copy of a manuscript map showing trails and routes of communication in a portion of British Columbia from the Canada-U.S. border in the south to Seaton Lake in the north, and from the coast to Vermillion in the east. The section of coastline extends from Semiahmoo Bay in the south to Point Atkinson in the north. Map shows the location of mule trails and wagon roads, and includes a trail in progress from New Westminster to Burrard Inlet (North Road), trails from Whatcom to Hope and Semiahmoo to Derby, the Hudsons Bay Brigade Trail, Douglas Road, a trail proposed by Colonel Moody from New Westminster to Fort Hope, and the Dewdney Trail. Included with the map is a 1949 letter from Major Matthews, City Archivist, to J.M. Pearce in which Matthews describes the map, and a 1952 enquiry from L.B. [Housler] for a map showing the Dewdney Trail.

Sketch map of part of British Columbia showing trails and routes of communication

Item is a photostatic copy of a manuscript map showing trails and routes of communication in a portion of British Columbia from the Canada-U.S. border in the south to Seaton Lake in the north, and from the coast to Vermillion in the east. The section of coastline extends from Semiahmoo Bay in the south to Point Atkinson in the north. Map shows the location of mule trails and wagon roads, and includes a trail in progress from New Westminster to Burrard Inlet (North Road), trails from Whatcom to Hope and Semiahmoo to Derby, the Hudsons Bay Brigade Trail, Douglas Road, a trail proposed by Colonel Moody from New Westminster to Fort Hope, and the Dewdney Trail. Included with the map is a 1949 letter from Major Matthews, City Archivist, to J.M. Pearce in which Matthews describes the map, and a 1952 enquiry from L.B. [Housler] for a map showing the Dewdney Trail.

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