West End (Vancouver, B.C.)

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800 Bute Street west side

Image shows vacant lot in foreground, portions the Nelson Rooms and Nothingham Apartments in the 1200 block of Robson Street and the east side of the Sheraton Landmark building.

800 Jervis Street east side

Image shows north side of the Westview Towers apartment building at 860 Jervis Street and apartment buildings in the 1200 block of Haro Street.

A bird's-eye view

Photograph shows a view of the West End and downtown area including houses, courthouse (art gallery) under construction, apartment buildings and churches.

English Bay Beach, Vancouver, B.C.

Item is a postcard printed with an image of the beach at English Bay, looking north. Shown in this image are bathers on the beach; the slide and diving platform; the English Bay Bathhouse; the Sylvia Hotel; houses; the Englesea Lodge; a dancing pavilion; and Stanley Park. The Promenade Pier had been demolished at the time that this photograph was taken.

English Bay from pier

Item is a postcard printed with an image of the beach at English Bay, viewed from the Promenade Pier looking southeast toward bathhouses and other buildings. Bathers and the slide and diving platform are also pictured.

English Bay, Vancouver, B.C.

Item is a postcard printed with an image of the beach at English Bay, viewed from the Promenade Pier looking west. Pictured in the image are bathers in the water; bathers crowding the slide and diving platform and the beach; a bathhouse; and residential buildings. This postcard includes personal correspondence. Sent to J.H. Schofield of Trail, B.C.

Facilities development files

Subseries consists of two albums of photographs documenting the restoration of Barclay Manor (1447 Barclay Street, formerly referred to as Park Site 19), a once gracious Edwardian residence turned rooming house. Also documented is the structural restoration of the neighbouring Weeks house (1459 Barclay Street). Some textual information is included in the albums.

Looking East Along Georgia Street

Oblique view showing Pacific Coast Lumber, boat builders at the foot of Bidwell Street, the West End east of Denman Street and the second Hotel Vancouver and Downtown in the background

Negative of four images about the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall

Photograph negative is a copy of four photograph prints. J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives. Images show: Crowds at C.P.R. station waiting for arrival of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York; View of West End buildings, Coal Harbour and Stanley Park, looking northwest from the Hotel Vancouver; Hastings Street decorated for visit of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall; the Chinese Arch on Hastings Street, one of the arches created for their visit.

Our First Fifty Years 1886 - 1936 Vancouver, Canada. View Looking North From Nelson Street

Prominent buildings in photograph are: Manhattan Apartments (784 Thurlow Street), Marine Building (355 Burrard Street), Hotel Vancouver (900 West Georgia Street), Provincial Court House (750 Hornby Street); Second Hotel Vancouver (Granville Street), Vancouver Block (736 Granville Street), First Baptist Church (969 Burrard Street) and St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church (1012 Nelson Street).

Park on Beach Avenue, facing south

Item is a photograph of park space on Beach Avenue, looking south towards False Creek. The view includes an unidentified building is on the left, park benches, lawn, and a hydrant in the middle, and a pathway with access to the water on the right. There is a sidewalk visible in the foreground.

Part of Vancouver from Hotel Vancouver

Photograph shows houses in West End, Stanley Park and Deadman's Island, and the North Shore mountains, looking north from either the Hotel Vancouver or the Strathcona/Sir Donald A. Smith Block. J.S. Matthews' notes with print or negative in Archives.

Regatta Rowing Club July 1st 1936

Item is an amateur film documenting a parade on W. Georgia Street heading west past McDermott Motors Ltd. at 1200 W. Georgia Street, toward Stanley Park. Film documents crowds around houses in the West End, men rowing in Coal Harbour, and the Denman Arena.

Robson St[reet] - corner stores

Photograph shows businesses along Robson Street including the Busy Bee Grocery and Flower Shop (1100 Robson Street), The Kerry Shop Ladies' Wear (1104 1/2 Robson Street), The Swiss Watch Repair Shop (1106 Robson Street), Max Tailoring (1106 1/2 Robson Street), and Robson Furniture (1110 Robson Street)

Thurlow [Street] at Robson [Street]

Photograph shows buildings and businesses along Robson Street including the New York Barbershop (1111 Robson Street), Yarn Barn (1109 Robson Street), India House Gifts (1105 Robson Street) and the Traveller Restaurant and Steakhouse (1101 Robson Street)

Thurlow [Street] view [of] stores [at] Robson St[reet]

Photograph shows stores along Thurlow Street including Customcolour Laboratories Film Supplies (819 Thurlow Street), The Barber Shop (815 Thurlow Street), Salon Lorene (811 Thurlow Street), Big Iron Cleaners (803 Thurlow Street), and Busy Bee Grocery and Flower Corner Shop (1100 Robson Street)

Vancouver - Pacific Celebration

Film is a promotional film for the city of Vancouver. The film won several awards at film festivals including: Chris Plaque - Best Travel Film, at Columbus International Film Festival; a Special Jury Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival; the Canuck Award - 2nd Place Best Canadian Travel Film, Canadian Travel Association; a Bronze Award at the Film and Television Festival of New York; and a Certificate of Merit - Recreation at the Chicago International Film Festival.
Producer and director of photography: Robert S. Rodvik; Director and supervising editor: Michael J. Collier; Original music composed and arranged by Ralph Dyck; Narrator: Art Hives; Narration script: Keith Cutler; Laboratory: Alpha Cine Service Ltd.; Electronic Instruments Courtesy of Roland Corp.; Sponsored by Greater Vancouver Convention and Visitors Bureau; New Horizon Film Productions MCMLXXVI.
The16mm release print that the digital child was made from, was struck from the internegative/original negatives, and the optical sound track; it is closest thing to an original in the donation for this production. It is the only record of this movie on film with a soundtrack.

Vancouver - Pacific Celebration [French narration]

Film is a promotional film for the city of Vancouver. The film won several awards at film festivals including: Chris Plaque - Best Travel Film, at Columbus International Film Festival; a Special Jury Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival; the Canuck Award - 2nd Place Best Canadian Travel Film, Canadian Travel Association; a Bronze Award at the Film and Television Festival of New York; and a Certificate of Merit - Recreation at the Chicago International Film Festival.
Producer and director of photography: Robert S. Rodvik; Director and supervising editor: Michael J. Collier; Original music composed and arranged by Ralph Dyck; Narrator: Art Hives; Narration script: Keith Cutler; Laboratory: Alpha Cine Service Ltd.; Electronic Instruments Courtesy of Roland Corp.; Sponsored by Greater Vancouver Convention and Visitors Bureau; New Horizon Film Productions MCMLXXVI.
The English narration is on channel 1 and the French narration is on channel 2.

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