McPhee Collection


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Subject:  Seniors Activity Centre 
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Construction Site 
Images  1980  Construction site for Seniors Activity Centre, corner of 21st Street and Marine Drive. Current address for Seniors Centre is 695 21st Street. In original cataloguing note building is referred to as Seniors Citizens` Complex.
Official Opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  June 26, 1981  Mayor D. Humphreys and Lieutenant Governor H. Bell-Irving at the official opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre located at 695 21st Street.
Official Opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  June 26, 1981  A view of crowds in the foyer at the official opening of the West Vancouver Senior Citizens' Centre, located at 695 21st Street, along with a view of the quilted "activity" hanging on the wall.
Official Opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  June 26, 1981  A view of the crowds at eh official opening of the West Vancouver Senior Citizens' Centre located at 695 21st Street.
Official Opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  June 26, 1981  A crowd gathered outside the Senior Citizens' Centre, located at 695 21st Street, for the official opening.
Official Opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  June 26, 1981  Official guests at the opening of the West Vancouver Senior Citizens' Centre.
Official Opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  June 26, 1981  Mayor D. Humphreys speaking at the official opening of the West Vancouver Senior Citizens' Centre, located at 695 21st Street.
Official Opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  June 26, 1981  A view of the crowds in the foyer at the official opening of the West Vancouver Senior Citizens' Centre located at 695 21st Street.
Libby Lodge for Seniors 
Images  1981  A view from the parking lot of the Libby Lodge for seniors nestled in the trees. The lodge is located in Horsehoe Bay.
Senior Citizens' Centre at 659 21st Street 
Images  March 1982  A view of a Senior Citizens' Centre located at 659 21st Street.
Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  September 1982  A street view of the senior citizens' centre located at 695 21st Street along with a long row a parallel parked cars.
Community Day Parade 
Images  June 1983  A van, decorated with streamers, balloons, and a banner that reads "Senior Activity Centre" participating in the community day parade.
Construction on the Senior Citizens Centre 
Images  1971  A view of the building site and the middle stages of construction on a new Senior Citizens Centre located at 695 21st Street.
West Vancouver Seniors Activity Centre Opening Ceremonies 
Images  1981  Image shows attendees of the official opening of the West Vancouver Seniors Activity Centre registering for memberships.
West Vancouver Seniors Activity Centre Opening Ceremonies 
Images  1981  Image shows audience inside Seniors Centre applauding speaker at the Opening Ceremonies. The official opening took place on June 26, 1981.
West Vancouver Seniors Activity Centre Opening Ceremonies 
Images  1981  Image showing audience and four members of the band at the official opening of the West Vancouver Seniors Activity Centre on June 26, 1981.
West Vancouver Seniors Activity Centre Opening Ceremonies 
Images  1981  Close-up image of the audience attending the official opening of the West Vancouver Seniors Centre on June 26, 1981.
Official Opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre 
Images  June 26, 1981  Mayor D. Humphreys and Lieutenant Governor H. Bell-Irving outside at the official opening of the Senior Citizens' Centre located at 695 21st Street.
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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.