Archives Photos of the Day: Street Fashions

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Yesterday I asked the followers of my Facebook page what the theme of the next Archives Photos of the Day post should be. I had some great suggestions and decided to go with Robert White’s idea of street fashions. While the images were not categorized under a “fashion” tag, I did a little digging and pulled out some street scenes that do the trick.

1900’s – Granville. Archives item# CVA 677-659. Photographer: Philip Timms.

(Left) 1907 – Granville & Dunsmuir. Archives item# CVA 677-525.
(Right) 1907 – Hastings & Richards. Archives item# CVA 677-584. Photographer: Philip Timms.

1920’s – Granville & Pender. Archives item# CVA 677-660. Photographer: Philip Timms.

1940’s – Georgia & Granville. Archives item# CVA 1184-1809. Photographer: Jack Lindsay.

(Left) 1940’s – East Hastings. Archives item# CVA 1184-3276.
(Right) 1940’s – Hastings & Granville. Archives item# CVA 1184-1812. Photographer: Jack Lindsay.

1940’s – Georgia. Archives item# CVA 1184-1005.Photographer: Jack Lindsay.

You can discover more historic photos at the Vancouver Archives both online and in person over at Vanier Park.

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  1. Robert W. WhiteFriday, October 21st, 2011 — 1:50pm PDT

    I love that you found Philip Timm’s 1900’s Granville – He’s one of my favourite early Vancouver photographers, and that’s one of my favouite shots! 🙂 The Jack Lindsay 1940’s Georgia is pretty amazing too, showing both Hotel Vancouvers (Hotels Vancouver? Help me out, English majors!), the Birks clock, and those beautiful awnings on The Bay building… and all those smart hats and coats. What a beautiful time for the city 🙂

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