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36 West Cordova Street

In 1889 the Vancouver Daily World reported that “Messrs. Callister and Hayes & McIntosh are about to erect fine brick stores on Cordova Street, between Abbott and Carrall”. 804 more words

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58 and 62 West Cordova Street

We had our attention drawn to this image of buildings on Cordova Street by one of our readers. The picture was taken in 1938, and the Vancouver Public Library image shows protesters headed back from the occupation of the Post Office (photographed for the Province newspaper). 659 more words

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Do you believe in Angels?? I do!!

So life has been still stressful for us, trying to get our construction loan….arggghhh!! One thing I have to say about this whole process is that the banks down in the VI must not want our money for some reason. 218 more words

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1603 Franklin Street

Here’s another building on Franklin Street, an area that was once a rapidly developing Chinese-led area. It was Chinese-led in the sense that many of the developers in the area were Chinese, often with other business interests and premises in the traditionally understood Chinatown centred on East Pender Street. 595 more words

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A Shift: Castle Rock Water from 1950-1975

During the 1950s into the early 1970s, Boise experienced a lot of growth.  With a slight slowdown in population growth in the 1960s, building and expansion continued to be on the forefront.  1,392 more words

1950-1975

Transformation of the Castle Rock Reserve, 1950 to 1975: The evolution of transportation

For many citizens, the outcropping of rocks known as Castle Rock is a subtle yet beautiful addition to the scenic backdrop of the Boise foothills. The Castle Rock Reserve is a unique piece of Idaho’s history, and has changed throughout its history in many ways. 1,413 more words

1950-1975