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Early Vancouver, Volume 6

Major Matthews collected the contents of Volume 6 in 1940-1945 and compiled the volume in 1945. There is one version of Volume 6 in the Archives. Learn more about the 2011 edition, copyright, reproductions and citations.

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  • Introduction [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. William Knight Mellis, 3228 Vanness Avenue, Vancouver, former driver of daily stage, Vancouver-Terra Nova, son of James and Isabella Mellis, who drove before he did; 2 July 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with John Elliott, pioneer of Fairview, whose sister was the first baby born in Fairview, now of Appeal Board, Town Planning Commission, 11 July 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. James Cottrell, of St. Dennis Street, Lynmour, North Vancouver (Mr. James Cottrell is Traffic Superintendent, B.C. Electric Railway Company), who very kindly called at the City Archives, 12 July 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Miss Margaret Elliott, 1636 West Eighth Avenue, sister of John Elliott of the Appeal Board, Town Planning Commission, and of Mrs. J.F. Richmond, first baby born in Fairview; 12 July 1940. [PDF]
  • The name Deadman’s Island. Jericho. Jerry’s Cove. [PDF]
  • Opening the first bank. the Bank of British Columbia. Bankers never make mistakes. [PDF]
  • Further conversation, 19 July 1940, with Mr. William Knight Mellis, 3228 Vanness Avenue, Vancouver, when he approved of corrected draft of his conversation of 2 July 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. M.M. Burwell, 1058 Nelson, widow of Herbert M. Burwell, C.E. (Burwell Lake, etc.), where she lives with her sister, Mrs. (ex-Alderman) Connon, who, in response to my invitation, very graciously called at the City Archives and remained an hour or more. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. Thomas A. Holland, 2618 Columbia Street, Vancouver, B.C., a representative of the International Typographical Union, and at present on the staff of the Vancouver Daily Province, who very kindly telephoned that he was bringing up to me a relic of Silver Creek, Hope, B.C., 26 July 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation over the ‘phone with Mr. W.C. Ditmars, formerly of Armstrong and Morrison, now (his office) 744 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, 2 August 1940. [PDF]
  • Conversation with T.W. Boyd, 1203 West Broadway, partner, Boyd and Clandennning, 9 February 1938. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. Samuel Blair, 1333 Richards, where she has been living for thirty-six years in the same house, who kindly called at the City Archives accompanied by two or three of her granddaughters, 26 July 1940. [PDF]
  • [Letter from Geo. Bartley.] [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. Alice Crakanthorp, 1406 Davie Street, who invited me to afternoon tea; Miss Muriel, her daughter, joined us; 22 August 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. (Alderman) Henry E. Connon, who, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Herbert M. Burwell, both of 1058 Nelson Street, Vancouver, very graciously paid a visit to the City Archives this afternoon, 23 August 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. Jonathan Rogers, née Hughes, 2050 Nelson Street, Vancouver, who very kindly called at the City Archives today, 27 August 1940, bringing with her a souvenir programme of the Royal Visit, 30 September 1901, and a group photograph of Lord Strathcona’s visit to the Vancouver General Hospital, 31 August 1909. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation over the phone with Mr. J.M. Prentice, 4433 West 4th Avenue, who very kindly called in response to our request for information. [PDF]
  • Memorandum of conversation with Mrs. J.J. Hatch, 597 East 23rd Avenue, who very kindly called at the City Archives in response to my request concerning a photo of a cedar shake cabin in the forest, 9 September 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with August Jack Khahtsahlano, of Homulcheson, Capilano, 13 September 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. J.J. Hatch, 597 East 23rd Avenue, who very kindly called at the City Archives this morning, carrying with her a large parcel containing a wooden shoulder yoke for carrying water buckets, 19 September 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with W.C. Ditmars, Esq., one of the original Trustees, City Archives, former Grandmaster of Grand Lodge of Freemasons, British Columbia, whose office is now 744 West Hastings Street, (over the phone), 3 October 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with August Jack Khahtsahlano, son of Khay-tulk (Supplejack), grandson of Chief Khahtsahlanogh, who called at the City Archives and shared my lunch and a cup of tea at my desk, and came carrying a small parcel, 24 October 1940. The Hastings Sawmill School, 1872 and Mrs. Alice Crakanthorp, née Patterson. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. Frank W. Hart (the second Mrs. Hart) of Prince Rupert, who called at the City Archives with a relative, 19 November 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. Joseph Jagger, pioneer of Burrard Inlet, 1882, who, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. J.B. Abrams of 505 Eleventh Street, New Westminster, born Vancouver, 7 October 1886, and Mr. J.B. Abrams, paid me the honour of a visit to the City Archives this afternoon, 28 November. [PDF]
  • Early schools, North Arm, Fraser River, Point Grey, Lulu Island, etc. [PDF]
  • Memorandum of conversation with Mrs. Walter Vermilyea, pioneer, 1876, who is on a visit from Illinois to Vancouver, who kindly called at the City Archives in company with her daughter, Miss F. Evelyn M. Vermilyea, escorted by Mr. Kenneth A. Waites, King Edward High School, and, after conversing for an hour or so, partook of a cup of tea and cake, 2 December 1940. [PDF]
  • Memorandum of conversation with Mrs. Walter Vermilyea and her daughter, Miss Evelyn May Vermilyea, who kindly called at the City Archives, 12 December 1940, to bring corrected narrative of 2 December 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. James Walker, 721 Cambie Street, daughter of Joseph Silvey (“Portuguese Joe” No. 1) and his Indian wife, Khaal-tin-aht, who kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon for a chat, 17 December 1940. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. Geo. Green at City Archives, who received his information from Rev. James H. White of Sardis B.C., 6 January 1941. [PDF]
  • Excerpt, New Westminster Columbian, Wednesday, 1 April 1863. [First white child born at New Westminster. Royal Engineers.] [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. W.R. Lord of 3050 Oak Street, Vancouver at City Archives. Mr. Lord talked as J.S. Matthews typed, 21 January 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. Charles Jones, Bridgeport, Lulu Island, Superintendent, Water Department, Municipality of Richmond, who kindly called at the City Archives, 22 January 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. W.A. Grafton, 542 West 63rd Avenue, formerly of Grafton Bay, Grafton Lake, etc., etc., Bowen Island, and of City Hall staff, who came to the City Archives carrying a large bag full of things, 29 January 1941. [PDF]
  • How the Hudson’s Bay Company steamer Beaver was wrecked. True, or untrue; here was what was said. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Ormond Lee Charlton, 11 February 1941. [PDF]
  • The return of General Currie to Vancouver. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with William Henry Evans, 866 West 15th Avenue, Vancouver, who very kindly called at the City Archives this morning, 19 February 1941, to talk about the Hudson’s Bay steamer Beaver. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. David Beach, née Jane Daniels, of 240 S.W. Marine Drive, who very kindly called at the City Archives, 27 February 1941, bringing with her a newspaper obituary clipping of the death of her husband, Mr. David Beach. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. Quintin James Trotter, 26 March 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Miss Margaret Elizabeth McCleery in the City Archives, 18 April 1941. [PDF]
  • [Fitzgerald McCleery.] [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Most Worshipful Brother A. McC. Creery, 5337 Balsam Street, or “Ardglass,” as he has named it, who kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon, 9 May 1941, bringing with him, at my request, photographs of the late Mrs. McCleery, and of himself. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. G.A. Bonnallie, 1361 Harwood Street, who very kindly called at the City Archives, Tuesday, 27 May 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. James Errington, 356 East Sixth Avenue, who kindly called at the City Archives soon after the office opened this morning, 2 July 1941, using two crutches; a somewhat feeble old man, not looking very well, and whom I hurried to make seated. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. William Black and her sister, Miss Mary MacDonald of 156 East Eighteenth Avenue, Vancouver, who kindly called at the City Archives, 2 July 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. Daniel Snell, widow of the late Daniel Snell, 301 East 17th Avenue, who called at the City Archives accompanied by her eldest son, Daniel Joseph Snell, jeweller, 2690 Triumph Street, 2 July 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Miss Esther J. Cummings of Santa Paula, California, 2 July 1941. [PDF]
  • [Letter from John Sheepshanks to Col. R.E. Moody.] [PDF]
  • Conversation with Tom MacInnes, author, who called at the City Archives, 11 July 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. George Williams Edwards, 2596 West 8th, who very kindly called at the City Archives this morning, 14 July 1941, to examine the inscriptions to be placed in sealed glass tubes, and which is proposed shall be placed on the top of Mount George Edwards, and Mount Tinniswood, Jervis Inlet, by Mr. A.T. Dalton, F.R.G.S., City Hall, when he attempts what is thought to be the first ascent of these two peaks. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with former Alderman F.E. Woodside of B.C. Chamber of Mines, 402 West Pender Street, Vancouver, 23 July 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. Dan Matheson of 777 Irwinton Apartments, and of Mayo, Yukon, who very kindly called at the City Archives, 24 July 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. John Hugh Dewar, formerly Mrs. John William Wallace, now of 1024 Cotton Drive, and together with her daughter, Mrs. Matilda Parson, same address, very kindly called at the City Archives, 25 July 1941, and presented us with five old photos. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with William Henry Evans, 866 West 15th Avenue, Vancouver, who very kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon, 4 August 1941, to talk of the Hudson’s Bay steamer Beaver. [PDF]
  • Conversation, Miss Margaret E. McCleery, daughter [of] Fitzgerald McCleery, 1862, at City Archives, 7 August 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. James McLellan, 328 Ash Street, New Westminster, who very kindly called at the City Archives, 14 August 1941. He was one of those pioneers who were present at the unveiling, Prospect Point, 26 July 1941, of the walking beam of the S.S. Beaver. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. A.A. McCormack of Mitchell Island, North Arm, Fraser River, formerly No. 703853, 102nd Battalion, “North British Columbians,” C.E.F. [PDF]
  • Conversation with William (“Bill”) Nahanee of North Vancouver Indian Reserve, who kindly called at the City Archives, 12 September 1941. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Henry John Newton of Port Hammond, B.C., who on a visit to Vancouver for the day kindly called at the City Archives for a chat, 25 September 1941. [PDF] (2 MB)
  • Conversation with August Jack Khahtsahlano, who came to the City Archives, 14 October 1941, to talk about an old canoe which it is proposed to place in Stanley Park on exhibition, and to interest citizens and visitors. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Capt. B.F. Dickens, 3582 West 14th Avenue, over the phone. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Hugh E. Campbell, 2848 Birch Street, member of the Volunteer Fire Brigade, 1886, etc., 28 October 1941. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mrs. Capt. Percy Nye, 639 West 11th Avenue, who very kindly called at City Archives, 6 November 1941. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. George W. Jamieson, retired principal, Mount Pleasant School, now resident 368 East Seventh Avenue, 20 November 1941. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation at the Vancouver Pioneers Annual banquet, 21 November 1941, held in the defunct Georgia Restaurant, Hudson’ Bay Co. store (opened for the occasion) with Frank Harris, for fifty-two years resident in the Water Works cottage at the end of the Pipe Line Road, First Narrows, Stanley Park. [PDF]
  • Summit Hill. Steep Hill. North Arm Road. Granville Street South. [PDF]
  • Conversation with George Washington Jamieson, and Mrs. Jamieson, 368 East Seventh Avenue, who very kindly called at the City Archives this morning, and I typed as he talked, 15 December 1941. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Jamieson, retired school teacher, 368 East 7th Avenue, Mount Pleasant, who very kindly called at the City Archives this morning, Mr. Jamieson presenting us with an engine room wrench of iron, three inch jaw, from the Hudson’s Bay Company steamer [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mrs. Charles Francis Mills, widow, 1645 West 11th Avenue, who, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Z. Diebolt, very kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon, and talked while I typed, 2 February 1942. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. Tada Ichi Nagao, Suite 4, 157 West 2nd, who kindly called, at my request, at the City Archives this morning, 8 April 1942, for a chat. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with August Jack Khahtsahlano, son of Khay-tulk (“Supplejack”) of Capilano Indian Reserve, First Narrows, who very kindly called this noon, 15 May 1942, and shared my lunch with me at my desk. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. Ruby M. Bower (or Bauer) who called at the City Archives, 17 June 1942, this afternoon to make some excerpts for an article on Burrard Inlet about 1882. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. John Louis Ployart, 1661 Harwood Street, who very kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon, 27 November 1942. [PDF]
  • Conversation with William Brierley Shakespeare, son of Noah Shakespeare, Esq., M.P. for Victoria, B.C., of 1350 St. Andrew’s Street, North Vancouver, who kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon and remained for an hour’s chat, 29 April 1943. [PDF]
  • Conversation with August Jack Khahtsahlano of Lower Capilano, North Vancouver, son of Khay-tulk, or “Supplejack” of Chaythoos (end of Pipe Line Road, First Narrows), and grandson of Chief Khahtsahlanogh, i.e., Kitsilano, of same place, etc., etc., City Archives, 9 July 1943. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation, 12 July 1943, with Mrs. W.B. Irvine, of Montréal, who has been visiting at Sidney, Vancouver Island for three months, and is now spending a month in Vancouver before returning to Montréal. [PDF] (2 MB)
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. W.A. Roedde, pioneer, of G.A. Roedde, Ltd., bookbinders, etc., Homer Street, who very kindly called at the City Archives this morning to discuss bookbinding matters, and subsequently indulged in our recollections of early Vancouver together, 3 August 1943. [PDF]
  • Peter Plante. Dedication, 1889, and rededication, 1943, of Stanley Park. [PDF]
  • Further conversation with Frank Plante, of Clarke Road, R.R. No. 2, New Westminster (Clarke Road is on the way from New Westminster to Port Moody) where he resides with his sister, Mrs. (Captain) George Mayers, 9 August 1943. [PDF]
  • The first rubber tire in British Columbia. The first traction engine in B.C. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Calvert Simon, formerly storekeeper, Hastings Sawmill, at the City Archives, City Hall, 11 August 1943. [PDF]
  • Frank Plante, Peter Plante, Ada Guinne, Ada Young. First marriage on Burrard Inlet. 18 July 1868. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Hugh E. Campbell, 2848 Birch Street, who kindly called at the City Archives this morning, 19 August 1943. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Calvert Simson, former storekeeper, Hastings Sawmill, who kindly called at the City Archives, this morning, 26 August 1943. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. Hannah Elizabeth Greatrex, widow of James Henry Greatrex, pioneer, Vancouver, 1888, 30 August 1943. [PDF]
  • A remarkable visitor—Frank Plante. First white child born on Burrard Inlet, 1868. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. W.A. Grafton, of Grafton Bay, Grafton Lake, Bowen Island, and of 542 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, who very kindly called at the City Archives this morning, 7 September 1944—my 66th birthday—and stayed gossiping for an hour. [PDF]
  • The City Council, 1943. [PDF]
  • Conversation with former Reeve Sam Churchill (of Churchill Street), Point Grey Municipality, at City Archives, 9 September 1943 [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation, 14 September 1943, with Mrs. James Walker, 721 Cambie Street, eldest child of Joseph Silvey, or “Portuguese Joe No. 1” and herself the first child of European parentage (half Indian) born on the site of the City of Vancouver, 4 July 186?. Memo of conversation with Mrs. James Walker, 721 Cambie Street, eldest daughter of Joseph Silvey of Granville, “Portuguese Joe” No. 1, whom I called upon this morning, 30 September 1943. Memo of conversation with Mrs. James Walker, daughter of Joseph Silvey of “Gastown,” now residing at 721 Cambie Street, and who very kindly paid us a visit at the City Archives this afternoon, 12 October 1943. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. Chris Winskill, 575 East 24th Avenue, who very kindly called at the City Archives—he was paying his taxes—this morning, 19 October 1943, and stayed to tell us, and laugh at, early days in Vancouver, especially in Mount Pleasant. [PDF]
  • Knight Road. Henry Street. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with August Jack Khahtsahlano, who came this morning, 26 March 1944, to the City Archives bringing with him a painting on a piece of paper depicting “Chaythoos,” at the end of the Pipe Line Road, First Narrows, Stanley Park, the former home of his father, Khay-tulk, or “Supplejack,” and showing the cottage, barn, and Khay-tulk’s mausoleum of wood on cedar posts. [PDF] (3 MB)
  • Conversation with August Jack Khahtsahlano (of Kitsilano), who kindly called at the City Archives, 8 May 1944. [PDF] (2 MB)
  • [Conversation with Frank Plante and Lena Mayers, 19 June 1944.] [PDF]
  • Survivors, 1944. Petition for incorporation. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. Herbert William Martin, pioneer, of 744 West 8th Avenue, who together with his sister, Mrs. J.M. Vye, very kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon, 17 July 1944. [PDF]
  • [Letter from J.S. Matthews to Colonel J.P. Fell.] [PDF]
  • [Letter from James P. Fell to J.S. Matthews.] [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Hoffmeister of Boundary Bay, and 1271 Granville Street, Vancouver, who very kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon and remained to chat for an hour or more, 28 September 1944. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. R. Hoffmeister of Hoffmeister Bros., 1271 Granville Street, and Boundary Bay, at City Archives, 6 October 1944. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Calvert Simson, storekeeper, Hastings Sawmill. [PDF]
  • Seymour Creek gold mining syndicate [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Colonel George E. Walkem at his residence, 5775 Sperling Street, Kerrisdale, where he spends his afternoons away from the office, resting, 17 November 1944. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. Thos. P. Wicks, Box 248, Nanaimo, now resident with his son, John Wicks, 406 East 45th Avenue, who kindly called at the City Archives this morning bringing with him a brown paper parcel, which he opened, and put a small copper kettle on my desk, 21 November 1944. [PDF]
  • Memorandum of conversation with Samuel G. Churchill, former Reeve of Municipality of Point Grey, and of “Churchill” Street, Kerrisdale, who very kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon and sat down to rest himself, 6 December 1944. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. F.J. Burd, President, Vancouver Daily Province, Ltd., (over the phone), 15 December 1944. [PDF] (9 MB)
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. A.P. Horne, who—after two years—is still confined to his bed in St. Paul’s Hospital. I took with me a large bunch of grapes, and went to wish him Christmas greetings, 23 December 1944. Memo of conversation with former Reeve S.G. Churchill, who very kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon, 5 January 1945. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. George H. Miller, of Hugh M. Fraser and Co., real estate, finance, etc., West Hastings Street, a member of the Vancouver Pioneers Association, etc., 10 January 1945. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with A.P. Horne, Esq., who for the last two years and a few months, has been confined to his bed in St. Paul’s Hospital. Pioneer. Sunday afternoon, 14 January 1945. [PDF]
  • Thomas Laing of Sea Island. [PDF]
  • Mr. Thomas Laing, who owns a portion of the old McRoberts “Richmond Farm” on Sea Island, and himself a pioneer of Sea Island, having given me an old snapshot photograph, I submitted it to Miss Margaret McCleery, youngest daughter of Fitzgerald McCleery, when she called at the City Archives, 30 January 1945. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. Thomas Laing, formerly of McRoberts “Richmond Farm” on Sea Island, now of 8809 Montcalm Street, Vancouver, who, together with William Mackie, nephew of William Mackie, who preempted D.L. 472, Fairview, Vancouver, in 1874, very kindly called at the City Archives this morning, 1 February 1945. [PDF]
  • Conversation at the City Archives, City Hall, Vancouver, 1 February 1945, between the Reverend John Antle, retired, formerly of the Columbia Coast Mission, and now living on his yacht, Revere, anchored at the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club float, Coal Harbour, Vancouver, where he has been for some years. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. F.C. Grantham, of Grantham’s Landing, Howe Sound, and of 535 West Fourteenth Avenue, Vancouver, who, in response to my invitation, very kindly called at the City Archives this afternoon, and remaining an hour or so, 7 February 1945. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mr. A.P. Horne, patient, St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver (a patient for two years or more) over the telephone, 22 February 1945. [PDF]
  • Excerpt from conversation with Mrs. Robert Donald Smith, née McCord, 914 Pender Street West, 20 July 1936. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with Mrs. Donald Robert Smith (née Minnie McCord, born Coal Harbour, 1 October 1877), 914 Pender Street West (Sey. 53930), at City Archives, 8 February 1937. [PDF]
  • Hallelujah Point. [PDF]
  • Conversation with Mr. W.C. Ditmars, pioneer, of 744 West Hastings Street, for many years with the pioneer contracting firm, Armstrong and Morrison, 28 August 1945. [PDF]
  • Memo of conversation with August Jack Khahtsahlano, who kindly called at the City Archives, 16 July 1940. [PDF]
  • Linking the Atlantic to the Pacific. [PDF] (26 MB)
  • Pilot Commander Don Jose Maria Narvaez. [PDF] (12 MB)
  • [Proclamation – Sesquicentennial of Arrival of Captain George Vancouver] [PDF]
  • [Dedicatory Prayer – opening of City Hall, 1936] [PDF]
  • [Program – Diamond Jubilee Commemorative Luncheon, 1946] [PDF]

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