McPhee Collection


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Subject:  Capilano RV Park 
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Capilano RV Park 
Images  1987  Street view of Capilano RV Park (Capilano Trailer Park), 295 Tomahawk Avenue.
Capilano Travel Trailer Park 
Images  1986  View of mobile homes along eastern bank of Capilano River next to the overpass from Park Royal Shopping Center. Image also shows the top of the Plaza International building in the background.
Capilano Travel Trailer Park 
Images  1986  View of the east bank of the Capilano River showing the mobile homes in the Capilano Travel Trailer Park at 295 Tomahawk Avenue.The photo also shows the Lions Gate Bridge in the background.
Capilano Travel Trailer Park 
Images    View of the east bank of the Capilano River showing mobile homes in the Capilano Travel Trailer Park at 295 Tomahawk Avenue.
Capilano Trailer Park 
Images  June 1988  A view from Bridge Road of the Capilano Trailer Park located at 295 Tomahawk Avenue.
Capilano Trailer Park 
Images  June 1988  A view of the Capilano Trailer Park located at 295 Tomahawk Avenue near Park Royal.
Capilano Trailer Park 
Images  June 1988  A view of the Capilano Trailer/R.V. Park located at 295 Tomahawk Avenue near Park Royal.
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McPhee Collection


This collection holds the works of local amateur photographer William (Bill) McPhee. Bill worked closely with West Vancouver Memorial Library staff in the late 1980s and early 1990s to document the changing landscape of West Vancouver. His straightforward documentary style focuses mainly on houses and businesses in the Ambleside and Dundarave neighbourhoods.