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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
BV003.26.5
Description
Postcard: coloured illustration, horizontal; shows the Burrard Street Bridge with cars crossing it; view appears to be looking north as the Hotel Vancouver can be seen off to the left; in red at top, "Burrard Street Bridge Vancouver, B.C., Canada."; on reverse in black, "POST CARD", line down centr…
Object History
Purchased from E-Bay, #2163154620.
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
BV003.26.5
Description
Postcard: coloured illustration, horizontal; shows the Burrard Street Bridge with cars crossing it; view appears to be looking north as the Hotel Vancouver can be seen off to the left; in red at top, "Burrard Street Bridge Vancouver, B.C., Canada."; on reverse in black, "POST CARD", line down centre; at left, "Message May Be Written On This Side"; at right, "Address Only On This Side"; up left side, THE COAST PUBLISHING CO., VANCOUVER, B.C."; outline of rectangle at upper right, "PLACE STAMP HERE" "C.P. 157"; unused; discolouration, creases, some wear at corners; NOTE that although the bridge opened in 1932 the postcard appears to have been created at a later date, as the Hotel Vancouver did not open until 1939; hotel is on the east side of Burrard
Object History
Purchased from E-Bay, #2163154620.
Maker
Coast Publishing Co.
Country Made
Canada
Province Made
BC
Site/City Made
Vancouver
Title
Burrard Street Bridge Vancouver, B.C., Canada C.P. 157
Publication Date
[ca. 1940].
Subjects
Documentary Artifacts
Documentary Artifacts - Postcards
Structures
Structures - Bridges
Geographic Access
British Columbia - Vancouver
British Columbia - Vancouver - Burrard Street
Record Type
Artifact
Images
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
BV005.20.6
Description
Postcard: tinted-colour photo; horizontal; shows pond bordered by flowerbeds, shrubs and trees, lawns, edges of quarry; in red at upper left, "Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C."; on reverse in green, "POST CARD"; line down centre with decorative flourish at top; at left, "Correspondence", at right…
Object History
Capitol Hill P.O. was Harry's store.
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
BV005.20.6
Description
Postcard: tinted-colour photo; horizontal; shows pond bordered by flowerbeds, shrubs and trees, lawns, edges of quarry; in red at upper left, "Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C."; on reverse in green, "POST CARD"; line down centre with decorative flourish at top; at left, "Correspondence", at right, "Address"; up left side, "Copyright Canada by Coast Publishing Co." "Made in Germany"; addressed in black ink to "Mrs. J. Royle Capitol Hill P.O. Vancouver B.C."; "My dear Mother- How are You keeping & how are the boys treating you. This is a very pretty spot. but it is dead. I am staying at the Empress Hotel it is very nice Harry xx."; green stamp at upper right, King George V, "CANADA POSTAGE" "TWO CENTS" "2"; cancelled "PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION - VICTORIA AUGUST-17-22-1925"; postmarked "VICTORIA B.C." "6 PM JUL 22 1925"; second postmark, indistinct, "-- HILL" "-- B.C.", same date? [NOTE this accession was previously IL 34.004]; pencilled at bottom, "1912-25-E"; soiled, smudges, worn corners, cancellation lines on front
Object History
Capitol Hill P.O. was Harry's store.
Marks/Labels
Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. / Mrs. J. Royle / Capitol Hill P.O. / Vancouver / B.C. / Victoria B.C. / JUL 22 / 1925
Maker
Coast Publishing Co.
Country Made
Germany
Title
Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C.
Publication Date
July 22 1925
Subjects
Documentary Artifacts
Documentary Artifacts - Postcards
Record Type
Artifact
Images
Less detail
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