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[Military parade heading south on Granville Street]

A parade of various British military forces (note the band in kilts in the centre of the photo) marching south on Granville Street. A banner says "Native Sons of Canada Welcome You." The old Post Office is visible in the upper right corner. This photo possibly dates to World War 1 or shortly thereafter.

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Hastings Street

View looking east down Hastings Street from the corner of Hastings and Cambie. The steps of the first Vancouver courthouse are visible to the right.

Timms, Philip Thomas

Vancouver, B.C. Looking East

A view of Vancouver looking east from downtown, likely taken from the first or second Hotel Vancouver. Holy Rosary Cathedral at Richards and Dunsmuir Sts is just visible at the right edge of the image. The photographer is almost certainly Thompson's Studio and Supply House of Vancouver.

Thompson, Stephen Joseph

Afternoon at Second Beach.

View of Second Beach with men, women, and children on the beach, the grass, in the water, and walking in the trees beyond the beach. Some are playing with boats. In the centre of the scene is a small hut on the edge of the beach.

Timms, Philip Thomas

United Services Centre, Vancouver, B.C. Canada

An interior view of the United Services Centre on Burrard Street, established by the Rotary Women's Association during WW2, showing the library, with seven servicemen and women at the tables and couches. The image contains the note "Sponsored by the Rotary Club", so it is possible that the Rotary Club is the publisher.

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Cambie St., Vancouver

Image of Cambie Street looking north from approximately the intersection of Cambie Street and Pender Street. The Dominion Building is visible on the left, with a mounted policeman in the centre.

B.C. Photo Card Co.

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