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  • Portrait of Gertie Lawson on her 93rd Birthday
    Image       A portrait of Gertrude Lawson on her 93rd birthday
    Image     A portrait of Gertrude Lawson on her 93rd birthday
  • Lawson House
    Image       A view of the stone and ivy covered Lawson House and property located at 680 17th Street. This was also the home of Miss Gertrude Lawson.
    Image     A view of the stone and ivy covered Lawson House and property located at 680 17th Street. This was also the home of Miss Gertrude Lawson.
  • West Vancouver Museum & Archives/Lawson House
    Image       A view of the stone Lawson House located at 680 17th Street, this was the home of Miss Gertrude Lawson. The building was renovated and re-opened as the West Vancouver Museum & Archives in 1994.
    Image     A view of the stone Lawson House located at 680 17th Street, this was the home of Miss Gertrude Lawson. The building was renovated and re-opened as the West Vancouver ...
  • West Vancouver Museum & Archives/Lawson House
    Image       A view of the stone Lawson House and property located at 680 17th Street, this was the home of Miss Gertrude Lawson. The building was renovated and re-opened as the West Vancouver Museum & Archives in 1994.
    Image     A view of the stone Lawson House and property located at 680 17th Street, this was the home of Miss Gertrude Lawson. The building was renovated and re-opened as the ...
  • Lawson House
    Image       View of the stone Lawson house located at 680 17th Street.
    Image     View of the stone Lawson house located at 680 17th Street.
  • Navvy Jack's House
    Image       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 ...
    Image     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 ...
  • Wedding Reception
    Image       Reception following the first church wedding in West Vancouver. Held in Navvy Jack's old home. The Wedding of Miss Elizabeth Catherine Lawson, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Lawson, and Mr. W.J. Pitman. This house, now numbered 1768 Argyle street, was formerly the home of John Thomas or Navvy Jack. ...
    Image     Reception following the first church wedding in West Vancouver. Held in Navvy Jack's old home. The Wedding of Miss Elizabeth Catherine Lawson, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Lawson, and ...
  • Lawson Family
    Image       The John Lawson Family, 1912. The bottom of 17th Street meets present-day John Lawson Park, while John Lawson Creek (possibly seen in this photograph) follows present-day 18th Street.
    Image     The John Lawson Family, 1912. The bottom of 17th Street meets present-day John Lawson Park, while John Lawson Creek (possibly seen in this photograph) follows present-day 18th Street.
  • Portrait of John & Gertie Lawson with Friends
    Image       A portrait of John and Gertrude Lawson with Friends
    Image     A portrait of John and Gertrude Lawson with Friends
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