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Archives Photo of the Day: July 22, 2010


Thursday, July 22nd, 2010 — 3:43pm PDT
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Today’s Archives Photo of the Day features two children walking along the old pier at English Bay. Year: 1905 Vancouver Archives item#: CVA 677-227

Archives Photo of the Day: July 7, 2010


Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 — 1:00pm PDT
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Today’s Archives Photo of the Day features two streetcars (the number 6 and number 3) destined for Davie Street passing by what appears to be the Hudson’s Bay Company downtown. Description: Streetcars downtown, 1944 Photographer: Don Coltman, Steffens Colmer Archives item#: CVA 586-1873

Archives Photo of the Day: July 3, 2010


Saturday, July 3rd, 2010 — 12:15pm PDT
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With the Fourth of July coming up, I figured what’s more American than baseball. Today’s Archives Photo of the Day features two players at the Athletic Park in Vancouver, which used to be near 5th and Hemlock. Description: Baseball opening season at Athletic Park, 1930 Photographer: Stuart Thomson Archives item#: CVA 99-2415

Archives Photo of the Day: July 1, 2010


Thursday, July 1st, 2010 — 1:00pm PDT
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To mark the end of Bike Month in Vancouver, today’s Archives Photo of the Day features the Vancouver Bicycle Club at Prospect Point. Description: The Vancouver Bicycle Club in front of the observation point at Prospect Point, 1895 Photographer: From the Major Matthews Collection Archives item#: St Pk P174

Archives Photo of the Day: June 30, 2010


Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 — 1:00pm PDT
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Today’s Archives Photo of the Day features two young Vancouver children and their “pet” bear cub. Description: Ken & Theresa Quiney with bear cub at 1820 Waterloo Street in Kitsilano, 1910 Photographer: James Luke Quiney Archives item#: CVA 7-29

Archives Photo of the Day: June 28, 2010


Monday, June 28th, 2010 — 3:49pm PDT
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On a whim I’ve decided to start up a new series called, Archives Photo of the Day. I considered posting this to Twitter only until I realized that the links generated by my search queries end up expiring after a few minutes. With people heading on vacation (including us) next month I’m keen on posting […]