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Deer Lake Park : heritage resource inventory

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Wolf, Jim. Burnaby, B.C.: City of Burnaby, Community Heritage Commission , c1998. (Book) 971.133 WOL COPY 1
Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Collection
Reference Collection
Type
Book
ISBN
0969282834
9780969282839
Call No.
971.133 WOL COPY 1
Author
Wolf, Jim
Place of Publication
Burnaby, B.C.
Publisher
City of Burnaby, Community Heritage Commission
Publication Date
c1998
Physical Description
47 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Subjects LoC
Deer Lake Park (Burnaby, B.C.) -- History
Historic Buildings -- British Columbia -- Burnaby
Burnaby (B.C.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Notes
2 copies held : copy 1.
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Wolf, Jim. Burnaby, B.C.: City of Burnaby, Community Heritage Commission , c1998. (Book) 971.133 WOL COPY 2
Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Collection
Reference Collection
Type
Book
ISBN
0969282834
9780969282839
Call No.
971.133 WOL COPY 2
Author
Wolf, Jim
Place of Publication
Burnaby, B.C.
Publisher
City of Burnaby, Community Heritage Commission
Publication Date
c1998
Physical Description
47 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Subjects LoC
Deer Lake Park (Burnaby, B.C.) -- History
Historic Buildings -- British Columbia -- Burnaby
Burnaby (B.C.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Notes
2 copies held : copy 2.
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory

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Repository
City of Burnaby Archives
Report ID
61021
Meeting Date
6-Oct-1997
Type/Format
Council - Committee Report
Collection/Fonds
City Council and Office of the City Clerk fonds
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Repository
City of Burnaby Archives
Report ID
61021
Meeting Date
6-Oct-1997
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Council - Committee Report
Collection/Fonds
City Council and Office of the City Clerk fonds
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory

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Repository
City of Burnaby Archives
Date
1997
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Historical Society Community Archives Collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 booklet
Item No.
42680
Storage Location
Reading Room
Scope and Content
Item is the Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory, published by the City of Burnaby Community Heritage Commission.
Repository
City of Burnaby Archives
Date
1997
Collection/Fonds
Burnaby Historical Society Community Archives Collection
Physical Description
1 booklet
Description Level
Item
Series
Burnaby Historical Society Ephemera Collection
Item No.
42680
Storage Location
Reading Room
Accession Number
BHS997-19
Scope and Content
Item is the Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory, published by the City of Burnaby Community Heritage Commission.
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 23

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Burnaby Village Museum
Book
Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
Type
Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
II. DEER LAKE PARK: Heritage Resource Inventory City Hall Avalon OAKALLA PRISON FARM "^TL. !   D J5â(xy LEGEND Heritage Resources Q Designated Heritage Building Historic Building Historic Properties Deer Lake Park boundary City properties Private properties Map does not Include
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 24

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
Deer Lake; the Townley mansion is based on the Georgian Revival Style, popular with Americans, so proud of their Colonial roots. Fred Townley went on to become one of Vancouver's most prominent architects having Hi jlSB Deerholme, 1997. 18 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 25

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
. These include some beautiful specimens such as Red Oaks, Silver Maples, Copper Beech, Cypress, Honey Locust and Holly. This landscape provides a suitably noble setting for this elegant heritage building. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 19
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 26

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
Residence. a daily basis and con- stmcted this home as a compromise location for bis family. Its constmction demon- strates Deer Lake's con- tinued prominence as a place suitable for an up- per-class home. Con- stmcted by Dominion 20 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 27

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
was built on the property which was converted into James Cowan Theatre when the property was acquired by Burnaby in 1966. The old mansion was reno- vated for use as the Burnaby Art Gallery. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 21
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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
architect Robert Mackay Fripp. It is believed that Twizell designed the stables/garage building and cot- tage. Of the nine out-buildings which were con- stmcted between 1909—1912, only five remain. Mansion altered in 1997. 22 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 29

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
enjoys her island built in the center of a now vanished garden lagoon, 1914. duction. A portion of the building was allocated for the storage of the Ceperley's automobile. The building is a beautiful example of an Arts DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 23
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 30

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
, 1997. The cottage is covered with snow in this 1913 view. nal features intact. Partial restoration of this cottage is planned for 1997. 24 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 31

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
left of this view of Fairacres in 1914. Grace Ceperley and friend inspect the greenhouse in 1913. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 25
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 32

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 33

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
incorporat- ing a pyramid roof, tower with battlements and a series of arched windows. This architectural gem has survived despite many changes over its varied history. Altnadene was badly renovated by the Universal Life Foundation as seen in this 1975 view. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 34

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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Book
Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
way to completion." Mr. Anderson was a partner in the New Westminster Hardware firm of Ander- son and Lushy. After the tragic death of his son 28 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 35

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
still survives as a lawn terrace at the front of the house. Some original shmhs and trees, including a giant rhododen- dron still provide a suitable setting for this ele- gant Edwardian home. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 29
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 36

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Burnaby Village Museum
Book
Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
the city's most historically important pioneers. 30 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 37

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
talented Burnaby architect Frank W. Macey to design DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 31
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 38

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
intertwined english rose and the irish shamrock symbolizing the heritage and love of Fred and Alice Hart. Avalon in 1997. 32 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 39

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
/VAA'A A C OAzor.:} avj &sca.v1:..' /oo rr- / /AC/-/ 'Oatr Musf m/j. MO a(Mn/£rr Bc.iMo stm'oiffa. aea mvM/Ao.oe oc Brook. When phe original landscape plan of Avalon drawn in 1909 by Hill and Burnett the mansion surveyors was based on agricultural production. was con- DEER LAKE PARK Heritage
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 40

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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1998
. Rosedale garage, 1997. 34 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 41

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
1930s the house was raised and turned to allow a new foundation to be built. New siding, stucco, and modern ¦win- dows and doors now mar this historic building, the oldest remaining home in the park. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 35
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 42

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
. The house remains as an excellent example of a spacious bungalow with many modernist features. Rosalie Barrett residence, 1997. 36 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 43

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
Moore houses completed in 1943 presented a modem albiet “English” look to Sperhng Avenue DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 57
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 44

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
house, 1997. expressed through the mstic exterior of cedar shingles and beautifully timbered front porch entry. Note the massive front door of Douglas fir which is decorated with hand forged iron DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 45

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
style. This style was very popular at the time conveying a proper sense of upper class living. The low overhanging eaves. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 59
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 46

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
Dominion Hor- ticulturalist in charge of landscape architecture and floriculture work at the Central Experimen- 40 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 47

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
sensitively blend into the landscape into which it intmdes. Roof deck, pat- DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 41
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 48

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 49

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
, maples and rhododendrens. Old walks lined with boxwood hedges termi- nate at the base of large granite rock retaining walls which surround the front lawn and garden. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 43
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 50

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 51

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
Publication Date
1998
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 52

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
"false front" and recessed main en- trance. The building was later used as the Whitechurch Hardware Store and was moved to Burnaby Village Museum in 1974. Bell’s Drygoods was well known before its move as the Whitechurch Hardware Store, seen here in the 1940’s. 46 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage
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Deer Lake Park--Heritage Resource Inventory p. 53

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
, the house has many unique features such as decorated tin ceilings and a cedar panelled kitchen. The house was moved from its original site to the Museum in 1988 and its restoration is ongoing to restore it to its 1920's appearance. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 47
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 7

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
the his- toric character of the park and to adapt heritage sites designated by Council for the public's use and enjoyment. View of Deer Lake’s north shore, 1918. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 8

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
"Columbia Detachment", to assist in the defense and establishment of civilization in this western frontier. Colonel Richard Clement DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 9

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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1998
North Road. The trail which was completed in 1860 was the initial route of the modern day Kingsway. Robert Burnaby led the exploration of the area. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 10

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1998
enthusiastically described the area's soil as "First Rate". He later staked his own parcel bor- dering the lake, recording it as District Lot 83. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 11

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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1998
Douglas Road and hunt- ers after Deer Lake's abundant game. Douglas Road brought settlement to the valley. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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Book Chapter
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1998
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 13

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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1998
New Westminster. B.C. bom Sa- muel Maclure who went on to become the prov- ince's most notable early residential architect, was working with Richard Sharp a talented Eng- lish trained architect. Their designs were clearly DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 14

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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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1998
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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1998
this land enabled Hill to build his much grander estate farm "Broadview" at Sperling and Buckingham. Haying at Broadview farm, 1906. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Resource Inventory
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1998
single pearl encircled by sapphires. The encircling trees dark greens among blues, the wild immensity of the prime- val forest, the loneliness of its impassive deport- ment, seems to give way to a softer 10 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 17

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purchased the old Clayton farm "Wood- lands" and began construction of "Fairacres" an estate which would cost in excess of $150,000.00. This opulent estate, estabhshed by one of Vancouver's most respected citizens, View of Fairacres under construction. DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory 11
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 18

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1998
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 19

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1998
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 20

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. Burnaby Council protested this destruction vig- orously hoping to secure the lower slopes for park lands. The Province would have none of it 14 DEER LAKE PARK Heritage Resource Inventory
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Introduction & Deer Lake Park--The Historical Context p. 21

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monument more lasting than brass. In olden times it had been the custom to date from the founding of the city; henceforth we must reckon time from this war. Looking back on the old careless days before August 1914, how trivial seemed the problems and the difficulties of those times. ” DEER LAKE PARK
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