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Britannia H.S., Cadet Corps 1916-7

B&W print depicts a group of cadets lined up on Britannia High School field in four groupings. On the bottom of the image is written "Britannia H.S., Cadet Corps 1916-7". The back of the image is a post card. There is writing that is illegible due to a black backing.
Note: colour adjusted on jpg.

Britannia High School Cricket Team 4/7/19

B&W print depicts the Britannia High School Cricket team seated on stairs and posing for the camera. A young Irving Snider is sitting in the back row, second from the left. "Britannia High School Cricket Team 4/7/19" is written on the bottom. It is not clear what date method is being used so it was either taken April 7th or July 4th. There is writing on the back which is illegible due to the black backing.

C B Sylvester 2 Years old

Photograph depicts C. B. Sylvester posing in a bowler hat at two years old. Written on verso: "C B Sylvester - 2 years old". Clarence B. Sylvester died in the street of a heart attack at age 50.

Cor[ner] Main & Cordova

B&W print depicts a young Irving Snider posing beside his bike in front of the Bank of Montreal at the corner of Main and Cordova Street. "Cor. Main & Cordova" is written at the bottom of the image.
Note: colour adjusted on jpg.

Cordova East

B&W print depicts a young Irving Snider posing on East Cordova Street. "Cordova East" is written on the print. There is a building in the background with "McFeely & Co and Hardware" painted on the side.
Note: colour adjusted on jpg.

Detail, Harding Memorial, Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts a portion of the Harding Memorial in Stanley Park. Warren G. Harding was President of the United States of America when he visited Vancouver in 1923. A week later, while in California, he passed away unexpectedly. The memorial to Harding in Stanley Park was erected in 1926.

Close up of metal female figure; 1920s style hair and sleeveless dress with drop waist; small metal eagle figure beside two boys seated on concrete bench eating what appear to be popsicles; Stanley Park Pavilion in background.

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