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1910-1919
  
  • Marine Drive
        View of Suicide Bend on Marine Drive with car driving along road. The floating cannery can be seen in the far distance.
      View of Suicide Bend on Marine Drive with car driving along road. ...
  • Car Belonging to William C. Thompson
        View of first motor car in West Vancouver belonging to W.C. Thompson. Man standing in front of garage appears to be W.C. Thompson.
      View of first motor car in West Vancouver belonging to W.C. Thompson. ...
  • Thompson family in car
        View of Thompson family leaving their home, 2058 Argyle Avenue. Original cataloging note states they were heading to a pageant.
      View of Thompson family leaving their home, 2058 Argyle Avenue. Original cataloging ...
  • E-M-F Motorcar
        View of five men posing with E-M-F Motorcar. Car was the first one in West Vancouver and belonged to the Thompson Family.
      View of five men posing with E-M-F Motorcar. Car was the first ...
  • E-M-F Motorcar
        View of three women and one child seated in E.M.F Motorcar in front of W.C. Thompson House, 2058 Argyle Avenue. Car was first in West Vancouver and belonged to Thompson Family.
      View of three women and one child seated in E.M.F Motorcar in ...
  • E-M-F Motorcar
        View of two boys sitting in E-M-F Motorcar. Car was the first in West Vancouver and belonged to the Thompson Family.Photo has two creases and is faded.
      View of two boys sitting in E-M-F Motorcar. Car was the first ...
  • Group Standing Beside a Car at Dundarave
        A group of peoples, men and women, standing beside a car at Dundarave.
      A group of peoples, men and women, standing beside a car at ...
  • Original Home of John Lawson
        Original home of John Lawson with a vehicle parked in front of the house.
      Original home of John Lawson with a vehicle parked in front of ...
  • Navvy Jack's House
        Navvy Jack's House - as it appeared on the wedding day of John Lawson's daughter Elizabeth C. Lawson to William John Pitman on December 31, 1914. According to original VCA note this was the first church wedding in West Vancouver. The house stood where, present day, Argyle Avenue meets 17th ...
      Navvy Jack's House - as it appeared on the wedding day of ...
  • Garthorne's Grocery
        View of Garthrone's Grocery, located at 25th Street and Marine Drive.
      View of Garthrone's Grocery, located at 25th Street and Marine Drive.
  • First West Vancouver Bus
        A group of people sit on the first West Vancouver bus (converted from a Pierce-Arrow touring car). Writing on the side of the bus reads "West Vancouver Municipal Ferries".
      A group of people sit on the first West Vancouver bus (converted ...
  • E-M-F Motorcar
        View of two children sitting in E-M-F Motorcar. Note on back states that children are Willie (Bill Thompson) and Florence.
      View of two children sitting in E-M-F Motorcar. Note on back states ...
  • Peace Celebration Parade
        View of Swastika Club car for Peace Celebration Parade, July 19, 1919. Parade held to celebrate the end of World War One. Flag reads WV Swastika. The swastika symbol was used by a youth club associated with the Methodist Church in West Vancouver.
      View of Swastika Club car for Peace Celebration Parade, July 19, 1919. ...
  • Peace Celebration Parade
        View of Bert Thompson (holding swastika flag) and Ethel Millard (to his left) in Swastika Club car for Peace Celebration Parade, July 19, 1919. Parade held to celebrate the end of World War One.
      View of Bert Thompson (holding swastika flag) and Ethel Millard (to his ...