Image of the Sun Tower, previously the World Building, named for The Vancouver Daily World newspaper, looking east from Pender Street between Abbot and Taylor Streets. Many horse-drawn vehicles in the street.
An interior view of the United Services Centre on Burrard Street, established by the Rotary Women's Association during WW2, showing the ballroom, with a stage, two pianos, and jukebox at one end, chairs along the sides, and three ping-pong ta...
An interior view of the United Services Centre on Burrard Street, established by the Rotary Women's Association during WW2, showing the library, with couches, desks, and tables. See UL_1626_3_105 for a view including the bookcases.
An album of photograph reproductions by various photographers, including the Edwards Brothers, detailing life in Vancouver around the turn of the century. Including images of prominent buildings, downtown streets, beaches, and Stanley Park.
Image shows Lumberman's Arch in its original location on Pender Street, where it was erected by the British Columbia Lumber and Shingle Manufacturing Association for the visit of the Duke of Connaught.