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Premier American violinist Fritz Kreisler, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts Fritz Kreisler (February 2, 1875 – January 29, 1962). Viennese by birth, Kreisler was a premier American violinist.

Half body shot of a middle aged man with a mustache; wearing a heavy wool overcoat and fedora, looking off into the distance; appears to be standing in front of some sort of baroque sculpted pillar.

Grandview Theatre, 1730 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts an audience at the Grandview Theatre. The Grandview Theatre opened in 1929 by Famous Players and showed second run films at its 1730 Commercial Drive location until 1959. It is now El Sureno Market.

Full capacity audience, mostly children; ushers standing in front of exits at ends of aisles.

Russian pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts Russian pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff (1 April 1873 – 28 March 1943), at the Great Northern Railway Station in Vancouver, B.C.

Man in overcoat and fedora standing to right of Great Northern caboose; sign on railing of caboose reads "GREAT NORTHERN" with a mountain goat in the middle.

Russian pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts Russian pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff (1 April 1873 – 28 March 1943), at the Great Northern Railway Station in Vancouver, B.C.

Man in overcoat, holding a fedora sitting on a stool on a caboose of the Great Northern Railway; train car partially visible to left of caboose.

Mayor Taylor of Vancouver and performer, Orpheum Theatre

Photograph depicts Mayor Taylor of Vancouver (right) making a presentation to a performer at Orpheum Theatre. The Orpheum Theatre was built in 1927 by the Orpheum vaudeville circuit and showed mainly movies until the 1970s. In 1974, it was purchased by the City of Vancouver, underwent extensive renovations and was reopened in 1977 as the home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.

Two men, one in a dark suit, the other in a light suit (Mayor Louis D. Taylor), on stage shaking hands in right of image; crowd gathered backstage, behind curtain; audience and orchestra conductor in left of image; ornate Spanish Baroque detailing on interior of theatre; handwriting over stage which reads "[Presentation] of [L?] Pass to Orpheum Theatre".

Prima Ballerina Anna Pavlova on board 'Empress of Canada,' Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts Russian ballerina Mme. Anna Pavlova (12 February 1881 –23 January 1931) aboard the Empress of Canada. She is famous for being the first ballerina to travel around the world to perform ballet for people who had never been exposed to it.

Half body shot of woman wearing knit cap and striped blazer, hands in pockets; standing against white backdrop; black rail partially visible in left of image.

Crowd outside Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Photograph depicts a crowd gathered in front of the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

Sidewalk and outdoor patio with umbrellas and shell chairs in foreground of image; three storey building with window facade and taller extension in read in middle of image; main Vancouver post office in left background of image.

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