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North Coast & Central BC Postcard Collection
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Military Support Parade, Prince Rupert, BC

Parade of uniformed marchers with sign that reads: “Every little helps, Do your share” (with a large cross). Buildings on street in background. Printed annotation on recto reads: “Prince Rupert B.C.” Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “Prince Rupert B.C.”

The Royal Hotel in Prince Rupert BC

Side perspective street view of the Royal Hotel in Prince Rupert BC. The "Ladies [sic] Entrance" sign is visible on the right side of the building. Several vehicles can be seen on the street. Printed annotation on recto reads: " 3rd Ave Prince Rupert Photo W.W.W."

Second Avenue in Prince Rupert BC

Side perspective street view of the Canadian Bank of Commerce on a deserted dirt road. Printed annotation on recto reads: "2nd Ave Prince Rupert BC." Illegible faded photographer's mark on lower right corner. Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "The houses and pavements are made of wood. Love Daddy. xx." Postcard is addressed to: "Miss Greta Poole 'Airoudale'[??] Collingwood Road Paigulou Devon England." Postmark on verso reads: "Prince Rupert BC 10:30 AM Aug 5 1925."

Colloway Rapids Bridge, Prince Rupert, BC

Photograph of a bridge along a rocky shoreline. Printed annotation reads: "Colloway Rapids Bridge Prince Rupert Highway W.W.W." Handwritten annotation on verso is heavily obscured by residual album paper and reads: "PO Box 777 Prince Rupert BC. [Illegible] Lal. This[??] is a piece of our new bridge which [obscured] neats our Island with the mainland. We have had picnics on the other side & [illegible] is open for [illegible] to [illegible]ve ours this side of the [obscured] our stuff to the little [obscured] patronize[??]. Mrs. [illegible] are back again in Rupert [obscured] Kamloops office closed down [obscured] was no chance of transfer. Have not."

Fishing boats in Prince Rupert, BC.

Photograph of many fishing boats in a Prince Rupert harbour. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Fishing Boats Prince Rupert, BC Photo by J. Wrathall." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Greetings from British Columbia Ruth and Jim Warner[??]." Postcard is addressed to: "Mr. and Mrs. C. Ott 426 So. Humboldh Denver 9. Colorado U.S.A." Verso is affixed with a 4 cent Canadian stamp. Postmark reads: " Vancouver B.C. Canada. Jun 5 5 PM 1954."

Two levels of commercial buildings in Prince Rupert, BC

Front view of several commercial buildings in Prince Rupert, BC. Visible are "The Ideal Clothing & Shoe Store," "Bailey and Bell Bakers," and "Hotel Premier." Printed annotation on recto reads: "Prince Rupert, BC." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Dear Peggy, Mailui[??] will show you where [illegible] and Dunn Florence [illegible] when you come in Prince Rupert you will see this [illegible]. Aunt Florence." Postcard is addressed to: "Margaret [Illegible] Suby Seabold. Kipap County Washington[??]. Verso is affixed with a Canadian one Cent stamp. Postmarks on verso read: "[Illegible] WASH Sep 6 19[??] Prince Rupert B.C. SP 2 69."

Squatters in Prince Rupert, BC

Hand coloured photo of various squatter's shacks and tents, with mountains in the background. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Squatters, Prince Rupert, B.C." Artist's stamp on lower right corner reads: "104,0033 J.V."

Saw mill in Prince Rupert BC

Hand coloured photo of a clearing in Prince Rupert with a sawmill in the distance. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Prince Rupert, B.C. : Saw Mill Grand Trunk Pacific Railway." Artist's stamp in the lower right corner reads: "103112 J.V."

Prince George to Tete Jaune

Stern wheeler in river. Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “Prince George to Tete Jaune” Hand written message in ink on verso is addressed to “Mademoiselle Elisabeth Joliet, Terrguy – Les Dijore Cote a Or France”

Dock & Shore at Port Essington, BC

View of dock full of rows of nets and a few workers. Sail boats are anchored near the dock and there are rows of bunkhouses in the mid ground, trees in the background. Handwritten annotation in pencil on recto reads: “Port Essington B. C.”

Houses on Peninsula at Port Essington, BC

View of peninsula with houses and trees. Dock in mid ground, trees and grasses in foreground. Recto stamped “Port Simpson DE 17" and "Port Essington DE 18". Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "W. J. O'Neill Esq. Telegraph Point Via Pt. Essington B.C. Don't you think this pretty [Weggs & Mr. Byron?] was over last night - said he saw you and [Halie?]. Yours - BaBa".

Eagle Lake Spruce Mills, Giscome, BC

Photograph of a team of horses pulling a large load of logs. Several men are posed around the sleigh. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Eagle Lake Spruce Mills, Giscome, B.C." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "4/ This is them after loading. You will observes that this four horse team has two loads, each sleigh has 14 ft banks[??] and is loaded with about 5 thousand feet of logs. In one camp they have a cattepillar[sic] tractor that takes as high as eight sleighs from the bush to the loading [??]. Will try and get you a picture for you. Elizabeth has has very poor health since last March. May have to change residences befor[sic] long very poor doctor here."

Hamilton Avenue, South Fort George, BC

Street scene showing people, dog, team of horses & wagon. Signage reads: “Beds; Mecca Café; Hardware.” Printed annotation on recto reads: “Hamilton Avenue, South Fort George, B. C. No. 110.” Verso displays cancelled 1 cent Canadian Postage Stamp and handwritten message in ink is addressed to Mr. Eathan Villard Burt Mish, U.S.A.

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