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  • Runaway of McNair logging engine
        Runaway of McNair logging engine (Walking Dudley?). Hollyburn Wharf West Vancouver at the foot of 17th Street, Hollyburn.
      Runaway of McNair logging engine (Walking Dudley?). Hollyburn Wharf West Vancouver at ...
  • Hollyburn General Store, Post Office, & Navvy Jack's House
        West Vancouver Circa 1915 - 1915. Post Office (small building) and the Hollyburn General Store. "Navvy Jack's" old property is located on right at foot Lawson Ave.
      West Vancouver Circa 1915 - 1915. Post Office (small building) and the ...
  • John Lawson
        John Lawson, pioneer of West Vancouver. He, Mrs. Lawson and children were the first family to settle in West Vancouver. They occupied "Navvy Jack's" old cottage and land, now 17th Street, which had been pre-empted about 1872, by John Thomas, whose nickname was "Navvy Jack". The mother of this pony ...
      John Lawson, pioneer of West Vancouver. He, Mrs. Lawson and children were ...
  • Clearing Marine Drive
        Marine Drive looking west from Eighteenth Street during the winter. On the right, the cleared land is the corner of the proposed "Hollyburn Golf Course", which was cleared from 16th to 18th, and from Marine Drive to Haywood Ave. The post beside nearest small tree, on the right, is thought ...
      Marine Drive looking west from Eighteenth Street during the winter. On the ...
  • Hollyburn Golf Course
        View looking north east from the corner of Marine Drive, (old Keith Road) and Seventeenth Street (old Lawson Ave).
      View looking north east from the corner of Marine Drive, (old Keith ...
  • 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 ...
  • Wedding Reception
        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. ...
      Reception following the first church wedding in West Vancouver. Held in Navvy ...
  • Hollyburn the Beautiful
        Panorama compiled of several images showing Navvy Jack Point, John Sinclair's home, Lawson Creek, W.C. Thompson's home, John Lawson's home, and Harry Thompson's home.
      Panorama compiled of several images showing Navvy Jack Point, John Sinclair's home, ...
  • Macdonald's Creek
        View of Macdonald's Creek, Bellevue Avenue and 19th Street.Note from Mrs. Wm. C. Gunn: This photo was taken by and from Mr. Reed's place, "Ripping Rill", N.W. corner Bellevue Avenue and 19th St. Circa 1930. Macdonald's Creek, West Vancouver, Looking south. The footbridge over to 1919 Bellevue was washed out ...
      View of Macdonald's Creek, Bellevue Avenue and 19th Street.Note from Mrs. Wm. ...
  • John Lawson's deer
        Photo of John Lawson's deer, taken between 1914 and 1920 in Hollyburn.
      Photo of John Lawson's deer, taken between 1914 and 1920 in Hollyburn.
  • 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 ...
      View of West Vancouver's first store, Hollyburn General Store and Post Office, ...
  • Hollyburn Wharf
        View of shoreline and Hollyburn Wharf during storm with rough water hitting beach.
      View of shoreline and Hollyburn Wharf during storm with rough water hitting ...
  • Hollyburn Wharf
        View looking towards Burrard Inlet of Hollyburn Wharf with large crowd visible. Stanley Park seen in background.
      View looking towards Burrard Inlet of Hollyburn Wharf with large crowd visible. ...
  • Hollyburn Medical Centre
        Street view of Hollyburn Medical Centre, 520 17th Street. Building located at northeast corner of 17th Street and Marine Drive.
      Street view of Hollyburn Medical Centre, 520 17th Street. Building located at ...
  • YMCA
        Street view of Y.M.C.A. / Y.W.C.A. located in former Hollyburn Post Office building at corner of 17th Street and Marine Drive.
      Street view of Y.M.C.A. / Y.W.C.A. located in former Hollyburn Post Office ...
  • YMCA
        Street view of Y.M.C.A. / Y.W.C.A. located in old Hollyburn Post Office building at 17th Street and Marine Drive. Photo shows side of building on 17th Street.
      Street view of Y.M.C.A. / Y.W.C.A. located in old Hollyburn Post Office ...
  • First Troop Scout Cabin
        The snow-covered log cabin of the First Troop St. Stephen's scout group located on Hollyburn. A young boy can be seen standing on the roof of the structure.
      The snow-covered log cabin of the First Troop St. Stephen's scout group ...
  • Scout Group Cabin on Hollyburn
        Construction of the First Troop St. Stephen's scout log group cabin on Hollyburn.
      Construction of the First Troop St. Stephen's scout log group cabin on ...
  • Ted Grout & Mrs. T. Grout and Andrew Reid (L to R) on Hollyburn wharf
        Close-up image of Ted Grout, Mrs. T. Grout and Andrew Reid (L to R) dressed in bathing suits standing on the Hollyburn wharf. Image shows cottages along the beachfront in the background.
      Close-up image of Ted Grout, Mrs. T. Grout and Andrew Reid (L ...
  • Hollyburn School Grade Four Class
        A group photo of the grade 4A class of Hollyburn School.
      A group photo of the grade 4A class of Hollyburn School.
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