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[World Travel Photo Album]

A photo album documenting the world travels of a Canadian family. They appear to have spent time living in Ontario as well as British Columbia, and travelled extensively. The photos are well captioned and dated, and often include individual names. The album and photos are still in generally good shape.

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[William A. Bauer Photo Album]

A photo album of William A. Bauer of Vancouver that documents travels around British Columbia near the beginning of the twentieth century. It includes a number of photos of early Vancouver, many of which document the street on which they were taken, and also a number taken from a bird

Bauer, William A.

[Walls outside Istanbul]

Caption in album reads, "The walls outside the city showing the old moat which is now used for vegetable gardens. To the right where the cypress trees are is a Turkish cemetery."

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[Views from around Vancouver]

A postcard featuring two views from around Vancouver. The first image is titled, "Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.". The second image is titled, "English Bay, Vancouver". The second image is a view of English Bay from Stanley Park.

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View on CPR Winnipeg to Vancouver 1887

An album of photographs by WM. Notman and Son, documenting travel between Winnipeg and Vancouver along the Canadian Pacific Railway. Mostly landscape photographs in the mountains, but also some cityscapes and buildings in Winnipeg. Also included is an original photograph order sheet from WM. Notman & Son from "3rd Series Manitoba & the North West" with pricing and titles. The album and photographs are in good shape, though some of the pages have separated from the binding.

Notman, William

[View of road leading into small town]

Several businesses are visible in the town, including Sing Hop, a restaurant, Globe Hotel, and a provisions and liquor store. Two flags are visible, one American and one unknown. Two men on horseback are on the road and one women along the side. Could have been taken after Gentile left Canada for America.

Gentile, Carlo, 1835-1893

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