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Title: Richard McDonald collection
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Part Of: Prince Rupert City & Regional Archives collection
Scope & Content: Series includes a photograph of the Public Works Dept. of the Northwest Territories in 1905, including Walter Destow Vance, who was the City of Prince Rupert's first magistrate who passed away in Prince Rupert at the age of 81 in 1963 and Irene McIntosh, 1867 - 1976, who married Vance in 1912. There are also photographs of the Princess Louise, launch of the Canadian Scottish built in the Prince Rupert Drydock, people skating on the court house grounds, Dominion Day Parade in 1919 at Second and Third Avenues, the court house, Booth Memorial School, Cow Bay area, Ocean Falls, First Avenue East, the harbour, fish boats with the dry dock in the background, Railway Employees Inv. & Ind. Assn. Ltd. float plane near a dock, railway station along the Skeena River, people sitting on a large rock, Regiment Football Team in 1932 and a New Invasion Map 1939-1945.
Subject Access: ["Skating", "Ships", "Churches", "Streets", "Laundries", "Parades", "Hotels", "Fisheries", "Restaurants", "Hotels", "Schools", "Drydock", "Fish Boats", "Waterfront", "Seaplanes", "Football"]
Date: [1905 to 1945]
Physical Description: 19 photographs 2 negatives 1 map

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