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With funding from the City's Chief Digital Officer and in collaboration with the City's GIS and Open Data teams, there is now a Vanmap layer made from a mosaic of plates from Goad's 1912 Fire Insurance Plan. You can find it in Vanmap's Aerial Imagery category. The data has also been released as ...
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Here's two pictures of the same company's premises - one is Rainsford and Company in the building they occupied in 1903, and the contemporary image shows the building the company had constructed tw...
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This excellent photograph from 1949 was recently added to the online portion of the Vancouver City Archives. It is a wonderful early piece of history of our Stanley. When the image is blown up you can clearly see the text written on the passenger door says "Smilin' Bens Used Cars Victoria & Nanaimo". This is the first photographic confirmation that Smilin' Ben (AKA: Dexter Lewers) did indeed use the Stanley as a promotional vehicle to ...
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We've got two views of this small warehouse building squeezed in between the rail tracks and Alexander Street as it curves towards the tracks. In 1919, when the picture above was taken the newly ar...
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This is the kind of endeavour I imagine I would have done, had I been living off Main Street:

http://vancouverisawesome.com/2015/03/05/heres-south-main-street-as-it-looked-in-2011-every-single-block-of-it/
For 5 months back in 2011, Jennifer Okrusko and David Niddrie shot photos of every single block of Main Street from 2nd to 33rd Avenue. Admitting to being a part of the first wave of gentrification...
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Never knew a thing about this!
Today this is a condo building called 'The Captain French'. It was built in 1910 to Parr and Fee's design for George H French - who really was a captain - or at least the owner of a number of seago...
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For the first time ever, Michael J. Libow shares pictures inside his home fit for Hansel and Gretel
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Another captivating then and now...
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A great little recap on Vancouver's entertainment history
The history of Vancouver's long-lost Great White Way on historic Hastings Street, by Forbidden Vancouver
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Taking the time to do interviews like this is such a treat. History will thank you for them! http://ounodesign.com/2015/03/02/cesar-pelli-eatons-building-nordstrom-vancouver/
The TD Bank building and Eaton's building by Cesar Pelli, photo © Michael de Courcy, mid-1970s This is not a true post-mortem, since Cesar Pelli's 1973 Eaton's building has not actually been demoli...
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Another great chapter of the Alexander Street story
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Awesome model making magic!
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A pixelated version of me; I also curate pixels illustrating Vancouver over at illustratedvancouver.ca
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