Photograph believed to have been taken at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, B.C. Unidentified individuals can be seen walking in front of forest in background.
Item is one of nine photographs accompanying a greeting card from Agnes Hauglak, Addie Milewski’s sister, reading: “I though you might want these photos. I had to go and send every one their family things. Thank you for being kind to my sister Addie, Agnes M Hauglak”; see also items 2009.6.1.569 - 2009.6.1.577.
Handwritten annotations on verso read: “In the great hall of the B.C. Museum of Anthropology, in front of Ninstints Totem wearing cape of Sahn-nag-x-wha (One who sits high) gift of Chief Skidegate ‘Dempsey’ Collinson - Q.C.I. made by his wife Irene for ‘naming feast’ Autumn - 1977. June 5, 1982, Address to the First National Womans Network. Age - almost 50.” And “Alive Again 82”.
Photograph depicts a house that had a "sold" notice on it and was partly demolished. Up to the date the photograph was captured, this block on Beach Ave. was the sole remaining one to have only houses on it, as opposed to a mixture of houses and apartment blocks, or blocks only.
Photograph depicts the Pacific Press Ltd. Vancouver Sun building at Beatty and West Pender St. The view is looking northeast from Beatty St. It was vacated by the Vancouver Sun at Christmas 1965 with the neon "Sun" sign on the tower removed.
Photograph depicts Pier B of C.P.R., just west of the C.P.R. railway station. This is the only pier accessible to ocean going passenger liners and is used by P&O vessels. Facilities generally in adequate for the 1960s.
Photograph depicts the Sun Building at the intersection of Beatty and West Pender St. in Vancouver, B.C. The photo was taken after the Pacific Press Ltd. Vacated the building on December 26, 1965, and the "Sun" neon sign on the tower was removed. The view is looking west from West Pender St.
Photograph depicts a swimming pool at Second Beach in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. The snow in the foreground is 16 inches deep and there is a gathering snowstorm in the background coming in from the west.
Photograph depicts the seaward end of C.P.R. pier A1 (now 12A), showing its rotted condition. The pier was built in 1890 and is still in use except at this outer face. C.P.R. pier B1 is in the background.