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  • District of West Vancouver Council meeting minutes to create a Memorial for fallen soldiers. May 1, 1919.
    Text       District of West Vancouver Council meeting minutes to create a Memorial for fallen soldiers. May 1, 1919.
    Text     District of West Vancouver Council meeting minutes to create a Memorial for fallen soldiers. May 1, 1919.
  • Legion asked to think again on memorial
    TextImage       Newspaper article about the plinths that the West Vancouver Legion proposed to erect next to the Memorial Arch.
    TextImage     Newspaper article about the plinths that the West Vancouver Legion proposed to erect next to the Memorial Arch.
  • Memorial Park
    Image       View of Memorial Park located on Marine Drive across from the West Vancouver Memorial Library.
    Image     View of Memorial Park located on Marine Drive across from the West Vancouver Memorial Library.
  • WV splits memorial costs
    TextImage       Newspaper article that discusses the cost and size of the plinths that the Legion plans to erect in Memorial Park.
    TextImage     Newspaper article that discusses the cost and size of the plinths that the Legion plans to erect in Memorial Park.
  • Memorial Park (1950's)
    Image       View of Memorial Park located on Marine Drive across from the West Vancouver Memorial Library.
    Image     View of Memorial Park located on Marine Drive across from the West Vancouver Memorial Library.
  • Memorial Park (1990's)
    Image       View of Memorial Park and Marine Drive.
    Image     View of Memorial Park and Marine Drive.
  • Memorial Park (1950's)
    Image       View of Memorial Park and Marine Drive.
    Image     View of Memorial Park and Marine Drive.
  • Plinths reported as 12 times too large
    TextImage       Newspaper article that explains that the new plinths proposed to be 6 feet by 9 feet were reported in error. The proposed plinths were actually 6 to 9 inches. Plinths to be engraved with the names of 70 West Vancouver residents killed in World War Two.
    TextImage     Newspaper article that explains that the new plinths proposed to be 6 feet by 9 feet were reported in error. The proposed plinths were actually 6 to 9 inches. Plinths ...
  • To Honor Those Who Fell
    TextImage       Newspaper clipping that details two new plinths honoring the dead of World War Two. The plinths were a joint gift of the West Van Legion and the West Vancouver Municipality.
    TextImage     Newspaper clipping that details two new plinths honoring the dead of World War Two. The plinths were a joint gift of the West Van Legion and the West Vancouver Municipality.
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