Item LF.00398 - Pavilion, Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia

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Pavilion, Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia

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CA JMABC A.1985.001-1-19-LF.00398

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  • [1920] (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w print ; 8" x 10"

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(ca. 1870-1944)

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(October 3, 1903-September 19, 1980)

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Photograph depicts the Stanley Park Pavilion. The Stanley Park Pavilion is a Class A heritage building, designed and by architect Otto Moberg to house the Vancouver Park Board. The 1911 Craftsman-style building features low-pitched gables; exposed, overhanging roof rafters; and a stone chimney. Moberg also built chalets and lodges at Banff and Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies for the Canadian Pacific Railway.

Tall trees in foreground of image; four adults and two teenagers gathered around the front of stone and wood building; sign attached to balcony reads "NOW OPEN"; forested area in background

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Photographer' s number: 129

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