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Chapter Sixteen: Second Street School Neighbourhood, East Burnaby District p. 487

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Burnaby Centennial Anthology
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1994
HIKING UP TO THE CABIN ON SNAKE HILL (BURNABY MOUNTAIN WHERE SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY NOW SITS) GORDON, DOUG.JOE, CLARENCE. 1940 GORDON, CLARENCE, AND MARY HENSHAW WITH BOSSY THE COW. 1930 *ii-' I*' '• BURNABY LAKE TRAM AT CUMBERLAND STATION. 1933 PHOTOS SUBMITTED BY CLARENCE HENSHAW
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Chapter 7: Pressure for Progress p. 97

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Follow That Fire
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1997
department’s ability to protect Burnaby from its four-hall con- figuration was further stressed with the completion of several major developments. The department was required to service Simon Fraser University, as firefighting facil- ities had not been included in the university’s planning. The B.C
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Chapter Nine: Kingsway West School Neighbourhood, McKay District p. 301

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Burnaby Centennial Anthology
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1994
Babe as she was the youngest of the family. There is a photograph of our home with the old number 3830 Hazel Street and my grandmother, Mrs. MacPhaden sitting on the front steps. The picture was taken in 1946 and is on file at Simon Fraser University Burnaby Images Bank. This photograph was one
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Chapter 8: New Halls and More Horsepower p. 110

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Follow That Fire
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area of the municipality. Protection of Simon Fraser University and Lake City Industrial Park was a concern, but residential development in the area was becoming a con- sideration as well. Architect Charles Wright was again contracted to lay out plans for No. 6 Fire Hall on a corner lot at
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Chapter Three: Capitol Hill School Neighbourhood, Capitol Hill District p. 48

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Burnaby Village Museum
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Burnaby Centennial Anthology
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1994
from that was our bus stop near Lockdale Hall. A man called Neville ran our once-an- hour bus service which took us to Capitol Hill. Long before Simon Fraser University was thought of there was an army 29
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Precinct p. 100

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Burnaby's Heritage
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2007
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South Burnaby
of the garden. The Eagles were also well known in Burnaby for their active voiunteerism in the local community os well os at UBC. When Simon Fraser University opened in Burnaby os the Greater Vancouver's second university, the Eagles, in particular Violet, became well-known for entertaining
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Lochdale / Burnaby Mountain p. 143

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Burnaby's Heritage
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2007
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SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY University Crescent Erickson/Massey Architects Design Competition, 1963; Campus opened 1965 Under construction, 1965 [AEC] Following the end of the Second World War, there was unprecedented growth throughout the Lower Mainland. Many returning veterans had settled on
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Chapter Two: The North Pacific Lumber Company 1889-1914 p. 31

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In the Shadow By the Sea
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2004
coast neatly all the way home. There was a flat spot east of Sperling Avenue that was a teal bog. 1 guess all the water from where Simon Fraser University now stands drained into this location. The toad remained in this condition until after World Wat 1 when the planks became rotten. Gasoline trucks
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Chapter 9: Many Faces of the Fire Service p. 129

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Follow That Fire
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celebration which lasted throughout the year. The public now had access to the top of the mountain. Further development occurred with the construction of Simon Fraser University in the 1960s. The sheer cliffs on the north side of the mountain posed great dan- ger and, although fences were erected with
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Chapter Sixteen: Second Street School Neighbourhood, East Burnaby District p. 482

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Burnaby Centennial Anthology
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1994
quite often hike up Snake Hill and finish building our cabin (where now is Simon Fraser University) and stay overnight. We used to hunt pheasant, grouse or pigeon to roast over the fire. Quite often we would disturb a bear or deer on these hikes, but as we only had 22’s we would leave them
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Burnaby during thie 1950s and 1960s required thie orgonizotion of o municipol planning progrom to guide urbon development. Thie postwar boom hiod also provided Burnaby withi significont public investment including thie construction of thie Trons-Conodo Highiwoy, Simon Fraser University and thie B.C
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Deer Lake Park Heritage Precinct p. 94

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Burnaby's Heritage
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water as a source of borrowed light. Elaving just won the 1963 competition for the new Simon Fraser University in Burnaby with his partner, Geoff Massey, and having built fewer than half a dozen homes previously, Erickson's reputation was growing and his skill as a designer of modern buildings was
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Chapter Four: Kapoor Sawmills Ltd. 1938-1964 p. 66

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In the Shadow By the Sea
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2004
Mountain, where Simon Fraser University is now, until noon at least and there was lots of frost everywhere. My father drove the fourteen miles be- tween Kitsilano and the mill in his old ‘Chev’ and sometimes even drove home for lunch. He bought his fltst cat in the early 1920s and got a ‘Chev’ every
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Chapter Six: Shell Oil Company p. 83

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In the Shadow By the Sea
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anyone away that was hungry. Burnaby Mountain had been logged offjust before mother and dad moved to Barnet. I know there were few large evergreens except on the hillside that was perhaps too unstable to log. One Christmas we climbed the slopes to about where Simon Fraser University is now and all
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Kapoor Singh Siddoo p. 484

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Pioneer Tales of Burnaby
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1987
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Part IV: 1921-1930
Mountain, where Simon Fraser University is now, until noon at least and there was lots of frost everywhere. My father drove the 14 miles between Kitsilano and the mill in his old Chev and sometimes even drove home for lunch. He bought his first car in the early 1920s and got a Chev every year until
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Pioneer Tales of Burnaby
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1987
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Beatrice Woolsey McMillan p. 439

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Pioneer Tales of Burnaby
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1987
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Part IV: 1921-1930
logged off just before Mother and Dad moved to Bamet, I think. I know that a few large evergreens remained on the hillside, probably because it was too unstable to log. One Christmas, we climbed the slopes to about where Simon Fraser University is now; all the little fir trees were not much taller
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Chapter Nine: Barnet Village p. 205

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In the Shadow By the Sea
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nine o’clock gun at Stanley Park was heard over the water. Often we would hike up the north side of Burnaby Mountain before Simon Fraser University was built and look at the view. We could see right over to Vancouver Island, Grouse and Seymour Mountains, Deep Cove and up Indian Arm, and east to the
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In the Shadow By the Sea
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1987
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Part II: 1901-1910
memory. From his front yard which looks toward Simon Fraser University, he could almost point out landmarks like Munson's hotel and garage - Munson helped develop the area - and the old Yorston residence, now occupied by his daughter, built on Curtis back when it was a plank road. U Father was quite
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