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600 block Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts the 600 block of Granville Street.

Angled shot of cars parked in front of storefronts on either side of street; shops include R.C. Purdy Chocolates, D'Allaird's, Charlton and Morgan, Tip Top Tailors, Dall's Irish Linens, the Colonial Theatre and Imperial Optical Company, among others.

A beauty spot at Hazorea

Photograph depicts two people sitting next to a pool in a wooded area.
Written on verso: "Pg. 10 75%. Rosh Hashana 1985. 85/7/9/1255. A beauty spot at Hazorea, Menashe Forest, Jezreel Valley. WZPS photo courtesy of Jewish National Fund. Sept. 19/85."

A lake

Photograph depicts shot of a lake.

A view of Karmiel

Photograph depicts the town of Karmiel.
Caption reads: "A view of Karmiel, a residential town in Galilee, built on land which, before JNF reclamation, was covered with rocks as seen in the foreground."

Abbott [sic] Pass

Photograph depicts Abbot Pass. Abbot Pass is a col in the Continental Divide between Banff and Yoho National Parks. It is located at an altitude of 2,925 metres (9,598 feet) and about 1,372 metres (4,500 feet) above Lake Louise. Abbot Pass was named in honour of Philip Stanley Abbot, who became the first mountaineering fatality in the Canadian Rockies when he fell to his death in 1896 while attempting to climb Mount Lefroy.

Landscape shows difficult, rocky mountain terrain with partial snow cover.

Abbott [sic] Pass

Photograph depicts Abbot Pass. Abbot Pass is a col in the Continental Divide between Banff and Yoho National Parks. It is located at an altitude of 2,925 metres (9,598 feet) and about 1,372 metres (4,500 feet) above Lake Louise. Abbot Pass was named in honour of Philip Stanley Abbot, who became the first mountaineering fatality in the Canadian Rockies when he fell to his death in 1896 while attempting to climb Mount Lefroy.

Landscape shows difficult, rocky mountain terrain with partial snow cover and small lake in bottom right corner.

Aerial view of piers, "Oriana" docked

Photograph depicts an aerial view of piers and the CP services building.

Rail cars and brick building in foreground of image; overpass leading to large building stationed on dock in right of image; white ocean liner named "ORIANA" in centre of image; North Shore mountains and what appears to be the Iron Workers Memorial Bridge in background.

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