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  • Sod turning ceremony for West Vancouver Memorial Library
    Image       Sod turning by John Lawson at West Vancouver Memorial Library May 27th, 1950. John Lawson was the 1st Reeve for West Vancouver Back row: Ray Clarke; A.M. (Bud) Stephens; Nish McDonald; Norm Huller; E.S. Robinson; Bill Mehaffie. Centre Row: Mrs. Ostrom; John Lawson; Mrs. Rees-Thomas; Bernice Therrien. Front: Helge Pearson, ...
    Image     Sod turning by John Lawson at West Vancouver Memorial Library May 27th, 1950. John Lawson was the 1st Reeve for West Vancouver Back row: Ray Clarke; A.M. (Bud) Stephens; Nish ...
  • 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
  • Mr. Lawson and Ariel Sones
    Image       Garden photograph of Mr. Lawson and Ariel Sones. B&W negative available
    Image     Garden photograph of Mr. Lawson and Ariel Sones. B&W negative available
  • Hollyburn General Store, Post Office, & Navvy Jack's House
    Image       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.
    Image     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.
  • Pacific Great Eastern Train
    Image       View of large crowd gathered to celebrate opening of Pacific Great Eastern Railway, January 1, 1914. The man addressing the crowd is likely John Lawson.
    Image     View of large crowd gathered to celebrate opening of Pacific Great Eastern Railway, January 1, 1914. The man addressing the crowd is likely John Lawson.
  • Pacific Great Eatern Train
    Image       View of crowd gathered to celebrate opening of Pacific Great Eastern Railway on January 1, 1914. A man (possibly John Lawson as seen in 0030.VCA) is addressing the crowd.
    Image     View of crowd gathered to celebrate opening of Pacific Great Eastern Railway on January 1, 1914. A man (possibly John Lawson as seen in 0030.VCA) is addressing the crowd.
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway
    Image       Pacific Great Railway, North Vancouver to Dundarave. New Year's Day 1914. "Please Go Easy" railway. Stops located at Capilano, 14th Street. John Lawson of West Vancouver is the end man on the extreme right of photo.
    Image     Pacific Great Railway, North Vancouver to Dundarave. New Year's Day 1914. "Please Go Easy" railway. Stops located at Capilano, 14th Street. John Lawson of West Vancouver is the end man ...
  • John Lawson's Pet Deer
    Image       View of John Lawson's pet deer behind a wire fence. Presumably taken in John Lawson's backyard.
    Image     View of John Lawson's pet deer behind a wire fence. Presumably taken in John Lawson's backyard.
  • John Lawson's deer
    Image       Photo of John Lawson's deer, taken between 1914 and 1920 in Hollyburn.
    Image     Photo of John Lawson's deer, taken between 1914 and 1920 in Hollyburn.
  • Municipal Hall Staff
    Image       John Lawson and a group of municipal employees outside the first Municipal Hall in West Vancouver, taken around 1913. Reeve John Lawson is in the centre, with the Municipal Engineer, Mr. Carter, on his right and the Municipal Clerk, Mr. Peake on his left.
    Image     John Lawson and a group of municipal employees outside the first Municipal Hall in West Vancouver, taken around 1913. Reeve John Lawson is in the centre, with the Municipal Engineer, ...
  • Lawsons with Deer
    Image       View of John and Christina Lawson feeding two deer.
    Image     View of John and Christina Lawson feeding two deer.
  • Clearing site for Municipal Hall
    Image       Portrait of Reeve John Lawson (second from left) and four other men standing on top of large log on building site of Municipal Hall, 17th Street and Esquimalt Avenue area.
    Image     Portrait of Reeve John Lawson (second from left) and four other men standing on top of large log on building site of Municipal Hall, 17th Street and Esquimalt Avenue area.
  • Picnic
    Image       Portrait of children seated around table at outdoor picnic. Original cataloging notes states that the photo possibly taken at John Lawson's House with Duncan Lawson on extreme right and Bessie, John, and Gertie (Gertrude) on left.
    Image     Portrait of children seated around table at outdoor picnic. Original cataloging notes states that the photo possibly taken at John Lawson's House with Duncan Lawson on extreme right and Bessie, ...
  • 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.
  • John Lawson
    Image       John Lawson driving his team of horses.
    Image     John Lawson driving his team of horses.
  • John Lawson Pier
    Image       View looking North up John Lawson pier at the foot of Lawson Avenue, now 17th Street.
    Image     View looking North up John Lawson pier at the foot of Lawson Avenue, now 17th Street.
  • Original Home of John Lawson
    Image       Original home of John Lawson with a vehicle parked in front of the house.
    Image     Original home of John Lawson with a vehicle parked in front of the house.
  • Hollyburn Golf Course
    Image       View looking north east from the corner of Marine Drive, (old Keith Road) and Seventeenth Street (old Lawson Ave).
    Image     View looking north east from the corner of Marine Drive, (old Keith Road) and Seventeenth Street (old Lawson Ave).
  • John Lawson
    Image       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 ...
    Image     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 ...
  • John Lawson and Horses
    Image       View of John Lawson and horses.
    Image     View of John Lawson and horses.