Great cedar tree, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, 1897

Great cedar tree, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, 1897 William McFarlane Notman century Silver salts on glass - Gelatin dry plate process 20 x 25 cm Purchase from Associated Screen News Ltd.

Two men playing cards in the middle of a logging road in Stanley Park, 1890's

Two men playing cards in the middle of a logging road in Stanley Park,

Downtown from the first Hotel Vancouver, circa 1889. This is a slightly later version of the Notman photo that will be for sale; the hotel was at Granville and Georgia, the street is Howe.

In 1889 Montreal photographer William McFarlane Notman went to the top of the Canadian Pacific Railway’s new Hotel Vancouver and took a photo of downtown, looking north.Vancouver was only thr…

Granville Street with Vogue Theatre, 1981. (Photo via Vancouver Archives)

900 Granville Street east side - City of Vancouver Archives

Hogan's Alley in 1937. Photo from the Vancouver Sun.

Vancouver Was Awesome: Hogan’s Alley — Vancouver Is Awesome

Vancouver restaurant history, Frank Baker's and 007 Car from the Movie

Restauranteur Frank Baker (L) and Mr. Sandy Luscombe-Whyte with the James Bond Aston Martin car in front of Baker's restaurant The Attic in West Vancouver in Baker bought the car from Luscombe-Whyte and displayed it in front of his restaura

[Logging camp in Kitsilano] 1890 - City of Vancouver Archives

[Logging camp in Kitsilano] - City of Vancouver Archives

S-curve entrance to Stanley Park, 1940

S-curve entrance to Stanley Park, 1940

Canadian soldiers leave ‪#‎Vancouver‬ by train at the start of World War One in 1914. ‪#‎WeRemember‬ Photo by: City of Vancouver Archives

Canadian soldiers leave ‪ by train at the start of World War One in ‪ Photo by: City of Vancouver Archives

Beach and Bidwell 1929

Beach and Bidwell 1929

English Bay 1967. Beach Avenue at Davie Street looking south in Vancouver, BC. Summer of 1967. [B.C. Gov't photo]

English Bay Beach Avenue at Davie Street looking south in Vancouver, BC.

Lost Lagoon 1929

Archive Photos of Ice Skating in Vancouver

Granville and Georgia in Vancouver, early 1920s. This view looks north up Granville. The old Hudson’s Bay building is across the street; it’s only four storeys and has a brick facade, which means the photo is before 1926, when the building was expanded to six storeys and given a cream terra cotta facade.

Looking East from Granville Street, with a street car approaching from Hastings Street, Ca, 1900

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