Publisher / Printer
Vancouver, B.C.: the gateway of the lions
Vancouver, B.C. : Coast Publishing Co., [ca. 1915]
Hotel Vancouver. A beautiful hotel, noted for the originality and richness of its exterior. Occupies 224x216 feet, and is fifteen storeys high with roof garden on top, from which a magnificent view of the city and surroundings is obtained. A feature of the building is the row of massive moose and buffalo heads.
View from Vancouver Building, looking across Burrard Inlet, showing Post Office, Rogers Building, and Business Section. North Vancouver in the distance. S.S. "Princess Patricia" leaving for Nanaimo.
Corner of Granville and Hastings Streets (Bank of Ottawa Building. Canada Life Building. Bank of Commerce. Rogers Building.)
Looking up Granville Street, showing Post Office on right - Birks Building, Vancouver Building and Hotel Vancouver in distance.
View from Hotel Vancouver Roof Garden, showing Stanley Park, the Lions and Grouse Mountain.
Giant Flag Pole (210 Feet), Hotel Vancouver and Court House.
Robson Street entrance to Court House, showing Hotel Vancouver and Vancouver Block.
Hastings Street and Standard Bank Building.
Corner Hastings and Main Streets, showing Carnegie Library and Dawson Building.
C.P.R. Trans-Pacific Pier, showing S.S. "Niagara," S.S. "Empress of Asia" and S.S. "Monteagle."
North Vancouver Ferry and Grand Trunk Pacific Dock.
The West End, Looking Up Pendrill Street from Denman; Nelson Street, West from Cardero
View from Jervis Street, Showing Broughton Apartments, St. John's Church and Grouse Mountain; Residential View on Shaughnessy Heights
Bathing at English Bay.
Moonlight on English Bay, looking out from Stanley Park.
St. Paul's Hospital; General Hospital; Birks Building and Vancouver Block.
The Pierotts, English Bay; Yacht Racing at English Bay; Second Beach, Stanley Park
The Big Tree, Stanley Park - Circumference, 65 Feet
Seven Sisters, Giant Trees, Stanley Park; Siwash Rock, Stanley Park; Sunset on English Bay
Kitsilano, showing Tennis Grounds, Bathing Beach, English Bay and Grouse Mountain.
A British Columbia Beauty - Weight, 76 Pounds; The Buffalo, Stanley Park; Watching the Bears, Stanley Park
A Picturesque Corner of Stanley Park; Band Concert, Stanley Park; Lumbermen's Arch, Stanley Park - The Narrows and Grouse Mountain (4,250 feet)
Shipping Scene, Showing Blue Funnel Liner; C.P.R. R.M.S. "Empress of Russia" Leaving Vancouver for the Orient; Loading Lumber at Hastings Mill
Brockton Point Lighthouse, Stanley Park
Ferry Landing, North Vancouver, and Lonsdale Avenue; Along the Capilano Road, Showing the Lions; Capilano Canyon
Suspension Bridge, Capilano Canyon - Height, 200 Feet
Along the North Shore Marine Drive - A Popular Motor Run
View along the picturesque P.G.E. Railway, looking back towards Vancouver - Stanley Park and entrance to the Narrows in the distance.
Whytecliff, Howe Sound, one of Vancouver's many Summer Resorts.
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