Cities & Towns

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A bit of Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.

A view of Granville St, looking north from the roof of a building on Granville between Pender and Dunsmuir. Notable buildings include the Winch Building, Vancouver post office, and the second Canadian Pacific Railway Station. [same image as UL_1626_3_12]

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

A Visit to British Columbia 1898

An album of photographs from a trip to British Columbia (plus Spokane, Washington), by a man identified only as F.L.M., accompanied by at least two others (McMillan and English). The images depict a number of cities as well as landscapes and some mining and manufacturing facilities. It is a pre-printed album made by Kodak, though the original housing mechanisms appear to be missing and the photos are glued to the page. Some pages are blank, but it does not appear that photos have been removed; though three sheets have been cut out from the back.

F.L.M

Agassiz, B.C.

View of a small child standing in the middle of the street. Webster Bros. General Merchants business can be seen on the right side of the photograph.

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

[Album of Canadian Photographs]

An album of photographs, some credited to L. Madeleine or Holliday (Charles William Holliday) and the remainder are snapshots, most of which are captioned. The images depict scenes throughout Canada, with an emphasis on Quebec. The album is in excellent shape, though many of the snapshots are badly faded.

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[Barkerville & BC Photographs]

Album likely assembled at a later date by a dealer, however many are related to Barkerville, British Columbia, and a fire that destroyed the town in September of 1868. There are also other assorted images including portraits of prominent British Columbians such as James Douglas, and scenes in other small towns throughout the province. Most of the photographs are reproductions from images at the B.C. Provincial Archives and date from 1857 to 1930.

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Barkerville, B.C., circa 1929

Photograph is a reproduction of a photograph originally taken after between 1900 and 1929. The stamp on the back of the photograph indicates it was most likely copied from the B.C. Provincial Archives.

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