McPhee Collection


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Subject:  Totem Pole 
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BC Liquor Store 
Images  1987  Street view of Liquor Store in Times Square, 220 - 16th Street. By 2011 this location was in use at the 16th Street Liquor Store.
Fishermans Cove Marina 
Images  1987  View of parking lot at Fishermans Cove Marina, 5908 Marine Drive. 75th Anniversary banners can be seen on lightposts.
Community Centre 
Images  1977  View of woman exiting West Vancouver Community Centre. In foreground there is a totem pole.
Detail, Totem Pole 
Images  1977  Detail view of face on totem pole at West Vancouver Community Centre.
BC Liquor Store 
Images  1979  Street view of BC Liquor Store in Times Square building, 202 - 250 16th Street. Totem pole can be seen in middle of courtyard.
BC Liquor Store 
Images  1979  Street view of BC Liquor Store in Times Square building, 202 - 250 16th Street. Totem pole can be seen in middle of courtyard. Valetor Cleaners can be seen on right.
Times Square 
Images  1979  Street view of Time Square Building, 202 - 250 16th Street. Valetor Cleaners on corner of 16th and Bellevue. Totem pole visible in courtyard.
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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.