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City Reflections: Vancouver, 1907-2007
Presented by the Vancouver Historical Society
On May 7, 1907, Seattle filmmaker William Harbeck captured street scenes in Vancouver, Canada on movie film. Shot from the front of a moving B.C. Electric Railway streetcar, this is the earliest known surviving film footage of the city. See the residents of 1907 going to work, shopping, cycling. See Vancouver landmarks like the first Hotel Vancouver, the Carnegie Library, and the Hudson's Bay store. One hundred year later, in 2007, we take a trip down the same streets ad note a century of change. Compare the same street scenes recorded 100 years apart.
2009 Winner of the City of Vancouver Heritage Aware, 2009 Winner of the BC Historical Federation Merit Award for Historical Film Presentation.
Price: $20.00

The Fraser; My River & Home Port, 1929-2009
By Robert Karliner
This special edition of video and slide show images catalogues Robert Karliner's amazing life story in B.C.'s fishing industry. Beginning his fishing career in 1935 and retiring in 1997, Karliner's story spans much of the industry's modernization.
Price: $22.00

 

Construction of George Massey Tunnel: 1956-1959
By George Massey, Bill Kushnir, and Doug Massey
This popular DVD follows the construction of the George Massey Tunnel. The historical footage not only highlights construction techniques of the mid-1950s, but it also illuminates the cultural importance of linking Delta with Richmond and the rest of the Lower Mainland.
Price: $19.95

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