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5 Archival description results for New Westminster
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- [May] 1987
1 photograph of Quayside Terrace in New Westminster, British Columbia. The building was awarded 1986 New Westminster Building of the Year.
- Mar 1967
Folder consists of two black and white photographs of the Connaught Heights School of Vancouver, B.C. It is a single storey cluster of individual buildings, connected with covered walkways.
- [ca. 1940]
5 photographs of the same woman in light-coloured blouse, different poses and backgrounds. Each image is stamped "PROOF ONLY" on the front, and again on the back with more explanatpry text. The studio's name is given as "The Stride Studios". The sitter was identified as "Miss Helen Ballock." on a manilla envelope which contained the images. [Envelope removed]
Stride, Charles Edgar
- [ca. 1931]
Geatin silver dop postcard depicting a spanish-style church and surroiunding landscape including palm trees. Recto caption in white, bottom edge: "The Old Mission, Santa Barbara, Calif." Verso has a green 1 cent U.S. stamp and postmark stamped "Yreka, Calif. Apr. 22 1230pm 1931." Verso caption, top middle: "Post card"; left: "correspondence"; right: "address." Verso inscription in pencil, left side: "Darling Babe, We'll soon be home now and it will be wonderful to see you. Will you sace this card for me as it is the only one I have of Santa Barbara. Helen." right side: "Miss Marian Macgowan c/o Miss E. Hurst, 1235 12th St. New West Minster BC Canada."