Hollyburn General Store & Post Office


Description
Creator:
Unknown photographer
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
View of West Vancouver's first store, Hollyburn General Store and Post Office, 17th Street and Marine Drive. Original cataloguing note states: "An item under West Vancouver News in The Expressm 7th March 1911 announces the opening of this store for business with Mr. Crearer as Manager, while a second item in the April 4th, 1911 edition of The Express reports that the store at Hollyburn is 'doing splendidly'"
Date of Original:
1910
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
0862.WVML
Geographic Coverage:
  • 17th Street
    fltLatitude: 49.3296397
    Latitude: 49.3296397 Longitude: -123.1555491
  • Marine Drive
    fltLatitude: 49.3387463
    Latitude: 49.3387463 Longitude: -123.1975597
  • British Columbia, Canada
    fltLatitude: 49.33296
    Latitude: 49.33296 Longitude: -123.15265
Copyright Statement:
© West Vancouver Memorial Library
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Reproduction Notes:
Scanned December 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 H16 cm black & white print on photo paper.
Contact
West Vancouver Memorial Library
Email
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Agency street/mail address

1950 Marine Drive
West Vancouver, BC V7V 1J8
604-925-7400

Hollyburn General Store & Post Office




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Hollyburn General Store & Post Office


View of West Vancouver's first store, Hollyburn General Store and Post Office, 17th Street and Marine Drive. Original cataloguing note states: "An item under West Vancouver News in The Expressm 7th March 1911 announces the opening of this store for business with Mr. Crearer as Manager, while a second item in the April 4th, 1911 edition of The Express reports that the store at Hollyburn is 'doing splendidly'"