Historic House


Description
Creator:
Unknown photographer
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
View of house at 1385 15th Street, south west corner of 15th Street and 17th Avenue. House built in 1926 for Mrs. Rae Donovan (nee Mathers of Mathers Ave., W.V.). House purchased approximately 1949 by Mrs. Saxelby. Subsequently purchased by Thelma Warburton and has been restored to very good condition. Photo given by Mrs. Saxelby to Bruce Warburton. Negative loaned by Bruce Warburton to WVML in September 1991. Photo circa 1950's?
Date of Original:
Circa 1950s
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
4206.WVML
Geographic Coverage:
  • 15th Street
    fltLatitude: 49.3358973
    Latitude: 49.3358973 Longitude: -123.1569545
  • Lawson Avenue
    fltLatitude: 49.337442
    Latitude: 49.337442 Longitude: -123.179102
Copyright Statement:
© West Vancouver Memorial Library
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Reproduction Notes:
Scanned July 2011 using Epson Perfection V700 Photo at 300dpi and 100% of original image size. Alternate Versions: Lossless TIF from original scan at 300dpi and 100% of original print. W25 x H20 cm sepia print on photo paper.
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West Vancouver, BC V7V 1J8
604-925-7400

Historic House




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Historic House


View of house at 1385 15th Street, south west corner of 15th Street and 17th Avenue. House built in 1926 for Mrs. Rae Donovan (nee Mathers of Mathers Ave., W.V.). House purchased approximately 1949 by Mrs. Saxelby. Subsequently purchased by Thelma Warburton and has been restored to very good condition. Photo given by Mrs. Saxelby to Bruce Warburton. Negative loaned by Bruce Warburton to WVML in September 1991. Photo circa 1950's?