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The Vancouver couple in this 1948 photo celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary this month!

A relative of one of the subjects in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "Ted Clair and Lillian Tanner in 1948. They married in 1949 and...

It’s a Kitsilano Boy Band from 1942

The offspring of a subject in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "John Bayfield is the second boy from the left. He is with his friends...

Candid photo of Columbia Cellulose Company workers in Vancouver, 1956/57

The offspring of a subject in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "This is a photograph of my Mum, she's on the left. We estimate it...

9 year olds shopping in downtown Vancouver

One of the subjects of this historical Vancouver photo writes: "Nine year old girlfriends from New Westminster spend a day in downtown Vancouver shopping and...

70’s lovers on Granville

The dude on the right of this historical Vancouver photo writes: "In the 1970's we both worked at BC Tel (TELUS) at Seymour and Robson...

Best friends. 1942. Vancouver.

The Granddaughter of the lady on the left in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "Best Friends: Grandmother, Carrie Sinclair and her friend Birdie Edger in...

Monthly MOV: Wild and youthful urbanity, and a City in Song

PROVOKE, ENGAGE, ANIMATE. Our vision at the Museum of Vancouver (MOV) is to hold a mirror up to the city and lead provocative conversations...

4 Christmas photos from Vancouver’s black and white history

One of the subjects of this vintage vancouver photo writes: "We grew up in North Vancouver as kids. I remember having to bring in so...

Old school Christmas shopping downtown

One of the offspring of this historical Vancouver photo writes: "This picture is of our mom and dad Christmas shopping in Vancouver. Dad wrote on...

1971 lovers on Granville

One of the subjects of this historical 1971 Vancouver photo writes: "Here we are cruising down Granville, it's a beautiful west coast day, feeling fine....

Mom of two takes her kids shopping in cowboy shirts

The lady pictured in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "Took the Bus from Steveston with my sons Kelly and Danny to go shopping in Vancouver....

Grandpa Chuck the Peachland orchardist drives a tank through Italy

A grandchild of the subject of this historical Vancouver photo writes: "This is my grandpa, Chuck Topham. He left an orchard in Peachland to drive...

Matching white outfits, Granville Street, 1947

The offspring of one of the subjects pictured in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "This picture was taken on Granville Street in the summer of...

Granville Street date, 1958

A relative of one of the subjects pictured in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "Marianne & Rolf on a date walking down Granville Street in...

Best friends from Vancouver’s history

One of the ladies pictured in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "Marilyn & Carole - became best friends in grade 2 at Edith Cavell School....

Those bellbottoms. #Vancouver circa 1972

Julie, pictured in this historical Vancouver photo, writes: "This is a picture of me and my boyfriend Shane from 1972 when I was 16 years...

“The world by the tail on a downhill slope”, two dudes 1965

Ralph, pictured in this historical Vancouver photo, writes: "My friend Jim Selvage and I in May of 1965 (if my memory has not failed me)....

Remember $1 slice pizza in #Vancouver? How about $1.49 steak?

Barbara, pictured left in this historical Vancouver photo, writes: "In 1965, my boyfriend Dennis received $5.00 a week for his allowance. On Saturday nights he...

Handmade boots and a cherry red suit in Vancouver, November 1966

A relative of the subjects in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "Andrew and Gary were on leave from the Coast Guard in November 1966. Andrew...

Smoking with mom, 1944

A relative of the subjects in this historical Vancouver photo writes: "My Dad (Ken Boyes) and his mother (Lizzy) visiting Vancouver, possibly 1944. According to...

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