Photograph depicts the decorative pool and formal gardens at UBC.
Front shot of rectangular decorative pool framed by low hedge; two women sitting on bench behind pool, man standing to the left of them; formal gardens and buildings in the background; photograph has spots of discolouration, presumably from poor washing after developing.
Photograph depicts Anderson Lake, on the Pacific Great Eastern Railway. Anderson Lake is located approximately 25 miles west of Lillooet, British Columbia. It is fed by the Gates river and drained by the Seton River.
Placid water surface; two mountains converging into valley; rocky and forested shoreline; peaked mountain in middle of image, rising above lake; reflection of mountain in water.
Photograph depicts the Stanley Park Pavilion. The Swiss chalet style Pavilion was constructed in 1911 and served as the social gathering place in Stanley Park for many years. Today it houses a concession and banquet rooms for special events.
Pond with circular insets in foreground of image; expansive lawn behind pond; dark wood and stone two story house-like structure; hearts carved into balcony railing of structure; trees in background.
Photograph depicts the view of the North Shore from the swimming pool at Lumberman's Arch. The pool at Lumberman's Arch was filled and drained weekly by rising tides. In 1995, new regulations deemed the pool unsanitary and a water park was installed in its place.
Rocky shore and tidal fill pool with rock wall in foreground; winding seawall in left of image; ships passing under the Lion's Gate Bridge in middle of image; North Shore and Coast Mountains in background.