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1433 Beach Avenue, apartment building

Photograph depicts construction on an apartment building at 1433 Beach Avenue.

Nine storey concrete building, partially completed in centre right of image; crane over top of building, with concrete panel and scaffolding suspended by hook; cars on street in front of building.

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 flotilla of boats and spectators welcome the SS "Canberra"

Photograph depicts the arrival of "Canberra" at the Port of Vancouver. "Canberra" was a P&O-Orient ocean liner. It is shown here at Vancouver Harbour during her maiden voyage around the world. This was the largest ship to have ever entered Vancouver Harbour at the time.

Large white ocean liner being towed into dock by tugboats; smaller craft crowded around ship; pier on right side of ship; large crowd gathered in bottom right corner of image.

A stone fireplace and hearth, Interior of the Ross Residence, Vancouver, BC

Photograph depicts the Ross residence's fireplace.

White brick fireplace with arch over hearth; black wrought iron fire utensil set to right of hearth, vase of flowers to left; maroon coloured oriental rug on floor; indoor pool visible through window in right of image.

This photograph is associated with J.A. & C.H. McDonald.

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.

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