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  • Memorial Arch
    Image       View of unveiling ceremony for West Vancouver Memorial Arch, July 5 1925. Crowd, including veterans, facing towards arch with British flags.
    Image     View of unveiling ceremony for West Vancouver Memorial Arch, July 5 1925. Crowd, including veterans, facing towards arch with British flags.
  • Memorial Stone
    Image       View of Memorial Stone, located to the west of the Memorial Arch, commemorating those Killed in the First World War. Names on stone: C.R. Chaffey, W.F. Chaffey, J.F. Dougal, C.R. Dolling, J. Dowling, A.J. Downley, F.T. Grafton, H. Hungerford, T. Lance, D. McD. Lawson, J. Mahood, G. Marshall, G.W. Mitchell, ...
    Image     View of Memorial Stone, located to the west of the Memorial Arch, commemorating those Killed in the First World War. Names on stone: C.R. Chaffey, W.F. Chaffey, J.F. Dougal, C.R. ...
  • Memorial Arch
    Image       View of Viscount Byng of Vimy addressing crowd at dedication of the West Vancouver Memorial Arch, July 5 1925.
    Image     View of Viscount Byng of Vimy addressing crowd at dedication of the West Vancouver Memorial Arch, July 5 1925.
  • Memorial Arch
    Image       View of ceremony to unveil West Vancouver Memorial Arch, July 5 1925.
    Image     View of ceremony to unveil West Vancouver Memorial Arch, July 5 1925.
  • Memorial Arch
    Image       View of crowd gathered at dedication of the West Vancouver Memorial Arch by Viscount Byng of Vimy and Bishop A.U. de Pencier on July 5, 1925.
    Image     View of crowd gathered at dedication of the West Vancouver Memorial Arch by Viscount Byng of Vimy and Bishop A.U. de Pencier on July 5, 1925.
  • Memorial Arch Unveiling newspaper clipping
    Text       Newspaper article that describes the unveiling ceremony of the Memorial Arch on Friday, July 10, 1925. The Governor-General Lord Byng attended the ceremony. The picture included in the article is similar to photo 0990.WVML.
    Text     Newspaper article that describes the unveiling ceremony of the Memorial Arch on Friday, July 10, 1925. The Governor-General Lord Byng attended the ceremony. The picture included in the article is ...
  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • Wreath Laying, Second World War Plinths
    Image       View of two women laying wreaths during dedication ceremony of WWII plinths, December 9 1979.
    Image     View of two women laying wreaths during dedication ceremony of WWII plinths, December 9 1979.
  • Second World War Plinths
    Image       View of WWII Veterans at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
    Image     View of WWII Veterans at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
  • Second World War Plinths
    Image       View of WWII Veterans and unknown woman at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
    Image     View of WWII Veterans and unknown woman at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
  • Second World War Plinths
    Image       View of WWII Veterans at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
    Image     View of WWII Veterans at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
  • Second World War Plinth
    Image       Newly unveiled WWII plinth, December 9 1979.
    Image     Newly unveiled WWII plinth, December 9 1979.
  • Second World War Plinths
    Image       View of WWII Veterans at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
    Image     View of WWII Veterans at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
  • Second World War Plinth
    Image       Newly unveiled plinth commemorating those killed in WWII, December 9 1979.
    Image     Newly unveiled plinth commemorating those killed in WWII, December 9 1979.
  • Second World War Plinths
    Image       View of WWII Veterans at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
    Image     View of WWII Veterans at dedication of Second World War Plinths, West Vancouver Memorial Arch, December 9 1979.
  • 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.
  • Brigadier-General E.D. Danby
    TextImage       Newspaper clipping of Brigadier-General E.D. "Dick" Danby was on hand to unveil a new granite inscription at the West Vancouver cenotaph. Please also see photo 4005.NSN.
    TextImage     Newspaper clipping of Brigadier-General E.D. "Dick" Danby was on hand to unveil a new granite inscription at the West Vancouver cenotaph. Please also see photo 4005.NSN.
  • Granite Inscription Unveiling
    Image       Brigadier-General E.D. "Dick" Danby unveiling the new granite inscription on the West Vancouver cenotaph. The cenotaph was rededicated to commemorate the Korean War cease fire in 1953.
    Image     Brigadier-General E.D. "Dick" Danby unveiling the new granite inscription on the West Vancouver cenotaph. The cenotaph was rededicated to commemorate the Korean War cease fire in 1953.
  • Memorial Arch
    Image       View of flags on West Vancouver Memorial Arch for unveiling ceremony, July 5, 1925.
    Image     View of flags on West Vancouver Memorial Arch for unveiling ceremony, July 5, 1925.
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