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  • 1414 Fulton Avenue
    Image       Street view of 1414 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
    Image     Street view of 1414 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
  • 1472 Fulton Avenue
    Image       Street view of 1472 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
    Image     Street view of 1472 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
  • 1438 Fulton Avenue
    Image       Street view of 1438 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
    Image     Street view of 1438 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
  • 1450 Fulton Avenue
    Image       Street view of 1450 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
    Image     Street view of 1450 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
  • 1456 Fulton Avenue
    Image       Street view of 1456 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
    Image     Street view of 1456 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
  • 1430 Fulton Avenue
    Image       Street view of 1430 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
    Image     Street view of 1430 Fulton Avenue located on the South side of the street.
  • West Vancouver Tennis Club
    Image       The West Vancouver Tennis Club located on the Northwest corner of 21st Street and Fulton Avenue.
    Image     The West Vancouver Tennis Club located on the Northwest corner of 21st Street and Fulton Avenue.




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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.