Charles N. Lee (Cornelius Nemmo Lee) (1874-1924)

Vancouver Daily World, April 8, 1916, page 20, columns 6-7.

 

I updated the page on Charles N. Lee (Cornelius Nemmo Lee), who operated Lee’s Pier Tea Rooms at 1900 Beach Avenue from 1908 to 1920.

I added information on his restaurant at 744 Granville Street. The name was originally Lee’s Refreshment Parlor. Soon afterward it became Lee’s Kat ‘n’ Kitten. Later, the site became a branch of The Woman’s Bakery.

Thanks to Murray at Vancouver As It Was [https://vanasitwas.wordpress.com/] for pointing out the Lee family’s connection to the Kat ’n’ Kitten refreshment parlor at 744 Granville Street.

Ismay Fell (1879-1926)

Ismay Fell (detail); Vancouver City Archives: Photograph attributed to Grandview Studio; AM54-S4-1-: A-30-68; [1914 or 1915] (Creation) , http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/m-p-c-ismay-fell;rad

Ismay Fell (detail); Vancouver City Archives: Photograph attributed to Grandview Studio; AM54-S4-1-: A-30-68; [1914 or 1915] (Creation) , http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/m-p-c-ismay-fell;rad

I updated the page on Ismay Fell, who was a Vancouver City policeman. He and his family lived at 1836 1/2 Alberni Street from 1918 to about 1927.

I added illustrations and reference information for Mr. Fell and his family members.