Surrey (B.C.)

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Flowers, horses, painting Pattullo Bridge

Item is an amateur film which captures flowers, trees, and foliage, with the British Columbia Parliament buildings at times visible in the background; and women riding horses and playing with a dog. The latter half of the film captures labourers painting the Pattullo Bridge (New Westminster, B.C.) while hoisted on pulleys or simply free climbing. The workers, covered with paint themselves, pose together at the end of the film.

Hydro technicians working on tower at 104th Ave. and 140th St., Surrey

Item is a photograph showing hydro technicians working on tower at 104th Ave. and 140th St. in Surrey. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Skillfully balancing on power transmission lines, Hydro technicians work on tower at 104th Avenue and 140th Street in Surrey. New line will bring power to Lower Mainland from Bennett Dam on the Peace River."

Map of Lulu Island and Sea Island ; Municipality of Delta ; Municipality of Surrey ; Municipality of Langley ; Map of Maillardville

Part contains street maps of Lulu Island and Sea Island, Delta, Surrey, Langley, and Maillardville, tourist information about Vancouver, and text advertising the products and services of the Dominion Map and Blueprint Company.

New Westminster - bridges

Item is an amateur film which captures shots of the New Westminster Bridge (also known as the Frasier River Swing Bridge) and the Pattullo Bridge. In the film, the swing mechanism of the New Westminster Bridge is shown as ships pass through, and the span then returns to allow the waiting vehicle traffic to pass. Following shots capture a man climbing on the underside of the through arch Pattullo Bridge.

Riot equipped American police and youths from Blaine confront Canadian group at Peace Arch Park

Item is a photograph showing riot equipped American police and youths from Blaine confronting Canadian group at Peace Arch Park. Caption from Vancouver Express: "Riot-equipped American policeman backed up by squad cars and paddy wagons stand behind youths from Blaine as they confront Canadian group at Peace Arch Park. Demonstration became violent when Canadians crossed the border in symbolic invasion. Fighting started when the Stars and Stripes was torn from a flag pole."

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