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  • Park Royal Theatres
    Image       View from parking lot of Park Royal Theatres, 1090 South Park Royal.
    Image     View from parking lot of Park Royal Theatres, 1090 South Park Royal.
  • West Vancouver Odeon Theatre
    Image       Street view of West Vancouver Odeon Theatre with marquee showing movie names and times, 1565 Marine Drive.
    Image     Street view of West Vancouver Odeon Theatre with marquee showing movie names and times, 1565 Marine Drive.
  • Hollyburn Theatre
    ImageText       Street view of Hollyburn Theatre with showings of Deep Adventure and The Counterfeit Plan listed on the marquee. The attached newspaper article is from North Shore News, Sunday May 23, 1993.
    ImageText     Street view of Hollyburn Theatre with showings of Deep Adventure and The Counterfeit Plan listed on the marquee. The attached newspaper article is from North Shore News, Sunday May 23, ...
  • West Vancouver Odeon Theatre
    Image       Street view of Odeon West Vancouver, 1500 block Marine Drive.
    Image     Street view of Odeon West Vancouver, 1500 block Marine Drive.
  • Park Royal Theatres
    Image       View of marquee at Park Royal Theatres.
    Image     View of marquee at Park Royal Theatres.
  • West Vancouver Odeon
    Image       Street view of West Vancouver Odeon Theatre, 1500 block Marine Drive. Small group of people lined up in front of entrance.
    Image     Street view of West Vancouver Odeon Theatre, 1500 block Marine Drive. Small group of people lined up in front of entrance.




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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.