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[District Lot 472 School]

Photograph shows a house on the northwest corner of Ash Street and West 18th Avenue said to be the first house in the district of Point Grey and used as the D.L. 472 school. J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives.

The 'Jungle' of the unemployed, summer 1931

Photograph shows men near makeshift shelters and part of Ballentyne Pier and Elevator No. 2 in the distance.J.S. Matthews' notes on negative: Beside the C.P.R. railway tracks, just east of Dunlevy Avenue, and north of the tracks.

The "Jungle" of the unemployed, summer of 1931

Photograph shows men sitting by a makeshift shelter in the "jungle" on the site of the old Hastings Sawmill and the C.P.R. right-of-way east of Dunlevy Avenue. The American Can Company factory is in the background.J.S. Matthews' not...

The "Jungle" of unemployed, summer 1931

Photograph shows men near makeshift shelters in the "jungle" on the site of the old Hastings Sawmill and the C.P.R. right-of-way east of Dunlevy Avenue. The V.H.C. Elevator No. 2 is on the left and the American Can Co. factory is on the ...

The "jungle" of the unemployed, summer of 1931

Photograph shows makeshift shelters in the "jungle" on the site of the old Hastings Sawmill and the C.P.R. right-of-way east of Dunlevy Avenue. The V.H.C. Elevator No. 2 building is on the top left and a portion of the American Can Co. f...

The "Jungle" of the unemployed, summer of 1931

Photograph shows men making makeshift shelters in the "jungle" on the site of the old Hastings Sawmill and the C.P.R. right-of-way east of Dunlevy Avenue. The Ballentyne Pier and Elevator No.2 are in the distance.J.S. Matthews' note...

The "Jungle" of the unemployed, summer of 1931

Photograph shows four men standing by a makeshift shelter in the 'Jungle' on the site of the old Hastings Sawmill and the C.P.R. right-of-way east of Dunlevy Avenue. The V.H.C. Elevator No.2 building is on the left and the American Can C...

The "Jungle" of the unemployed, summer of 1931

Photograph shows makeshift shelters in the "Jungle" on the site of the old Hastings Sawmill and the C.P.R. right-of-way east of Dunlevy Avenue.J.S. Matthews' notes on negative: The jungle started with 14 [men] and rose to 240 men.

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