Automobiles and vehicles

Taxonomy

Code

Scope note(s)

Source note(s)

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms

Automobiles and vehicles

Equivalent terms

Automobiles and vehicles

Associated terms

Automobiles and vehicles

332 Archival description results for Automobiles and vehicles

121 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Nancy Halpern

Oral interview with Nancy Halpern. Interviewed by Samantha Stokell for SLAIS Oral History class.

Nancy's father's family moved to Vancouver in 1906, when her father Norman Brown was less than six months old. She has stories of her own life in the Vancouver Jewish community and those of her grandparents and parents. She was involved in drama and theatre in the Vancouver and Spokane, WA areas, and worked as a librarian in Vancouver. She was also involved in creating the West Vancouver Jewish Community Association.

Nancy mentions her cousin's daughter, Barbara Liskov (née Huberman) from the States, a professor at MIT who was the first woman to graduate in Computer Science in the U.S., and who is a winner of the Turing Award.

University of British Columbia Preventive Medical Building, no. 18

Photograph depicts the construction progress of the Preventive Medical Building (the Wesbrook Building) at the University of British Columbia.

Three story concrete building; foundation/basement level partially visible; extensive scaffolding and framing around top portion of building; palettes, crates, and supplies stacked in front of building; six vehicles parked in foreground of image; oil drum and small wooden structure to right of vehicles.

Black and white label in bottom right corner of image reads "U.B.C. PREVENTIVE MEDICAL BLDG. SHARP THOMPSON BERWICK PRATT ARCHITECTS - VANCOUVER B.C. COMMONWEALTH CONSTRUCTION CO. BUILDERS - ENGINEERS NR DATE "

University of British Columbia Preventive Medical Building

Photograph depicts the construction progress of the Preventive Medical Building (the Wesbrook Building) at the University of British Columbia.

Two story concrete building; foundation/basement level partially visible; extensive scaffolding and framing on top story, presumably in preparation for the addition of another; crane tower behind building in left of image; two large dirt mounds in front of right side of building; six cars parked in makeshift parking lot in foreground of image.

Black and white label in bottom right corner of image reads "U.B.C. PREVENTIVE MEDICAL BLDG. SHARP THOMPSON BERWICK PRATT ARCHITECTS - VANCOUVER B.C. COMMONWEALTH CONSTRUCTION CO. BUILDERS - ENGINEERS NR DATE "

University of British Columbia Preventive Medical Building

Photographs depict the construction progress of the Preventive Medical Building (the Wesbrook Building) at the University of British Columbia. Second image does not have label in bottom right corner.

Two story concrete building; foundation/basement level partially visible; extensive wooden scaffolding and framing, presumably in preparation for the pouring of cement and addition of another story; seven vehicles visible in front of building in makeshift parking lot.

Black and white label in bottom right corner of image reads "U.B.C. PREVENTIVE MEDICAL BLDG. SHARP THOMPSON BERWICK PRATT ARCHITECTS - VANCOUVER B.C. COMMONWEALTH CONSTRUCTION CO. BUILDERS - ENGINEERS NR DATE "

University of British Columbia Preventive Medical Building

Photograph depicts the construction progress of the Preventive Medical Building (the Wesbrook Building) at the University of British Columbia.

One story concrete building; foundation/basement level partially visible; extensive framing on top portion of building, presumably in preparation for the pouring of concrete an addition of another story; steel multi-platform in middle of building suggests there will be three stories; crane tower behind left side of building; seven vehicles parked in makeshift parking lot.

Black and white label in bottom right corner of image reads "U.B.C. PREVENTIVE MEDICAL BLDG. SHARP THOMPSON BERWICK PRATT ARCHITECTS - VANCOUVER B.C. COMMONWEALTH CONSTRUCTION CO. BUILDERS - ENGINEERS NR DATE "

University of British Columbia Preventive Medical Building

Photographs depict the construction progress of the Preventive Medical Building (the Wesbrook Building) at the University of British Columbia.

Large, square, steel, three level platform; wooden and concrete foundation built around platform; crane tower to the left of platform; debris around perimeter of building; seven vehicles in makeshift parking lot; existing buildings and forested area far in the background.

Black and white label in bottom right corner of image reads "U.B.C. PREVENTIVE MEDICAL BLDG. SHARP THOMPSON BERWICK PRATT ARCHITECTS - VANCOUVER B.C. COMMONWEALTH CONSTRUCTION CO. BUILDERS - ENGINEERS NR DATE "

Residence neighbourhood, construction, survey photos at University of British Columbia for Marwell Constr. Co.

Photograph depicts an established residential neighbourhood.

Angled front shot of three houses in a row; house on left is cottage style; middle house is flat roofed post-war style; right house is pseudo-Tudor style; bicycle in yard of house on left; two cars parked in front of house under construction across the street from the three houses.

Photographer's stamp on back of photograph indicates new address at W. Pender - Landauer moved the Leonard Frank studio to W. Pender in 1952.

Survey photos of neighbourhood near University of British Columbia

Photograph depicts a houses and storefronts.

Angled side shot of two story pseudo-Tudor style complex on corner, presumably storefronts on bottom, apartments on top; flanked by houses on either side; ten vehicles visible in left side of image; bare trees in foreground of image.

Photographer's stamp on back of photograph indicates new address at W. Pender - Landauer moved the Leonard Frank studio to W. Pender in 1952.

Survey photo of residence neighbourhood near University of British Columbia

Photograph depicts high density residential housing.

Distant shot of four apartment buildings and one under construction; two bare trees in centre of image; 14 vehicles visible in image; concrete stepping stones through grass in foreground of image.

Photographer's stamp on back of photograph indicates new address at W. Pender - Landauer moved the Leonard Frank studio to W. Pender in 1952.

Results 1 to 10 of 332