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Lighthouse, Brockton Point, Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts the Brockton Point Lighthouse. The original structure was built in 1890 and was replaced with the current structure in 1914. Lighthouses, however, no longer operate in Stanley Park - there are now four automatic unmanned light beacons.

White tower structure with stripe painted around middle; dark turret like structure on top of tower; seagull on top of turret; two boys standing to left side of lighthouse, leaning against metal guardrail; North Shore and Coast Mountains in background.

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.

View of Vancouver from Queen Elizabeth Park

Photograph depicts a view of Vancouver from Queen Elizabeth Park.

Child playing on hillside of park area in foreground; Vancouver skyline and North Shore mountains, including the Lions in background. Written on recto, lower left corner: "VANCOUVER, B.C.".

Two unknown boys

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts two unknown boys looking to the right side of the image with tall grass behind them. One of the boys is wearing a white shirt and the other is wearing a green shirt.

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