Walter William Clarke (1864-about 1916)

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1912, Part 1, page 657 [edited image].

 

I updated the page on Walter William Clarke. He was a journalist, sometimes known as “The Rambler.” He lived at 1872 Pendrell Street in 1912 and 1913.

Walter’s daughter, Alma, was a well-known pianist who was charged and acquitted in the murder of her architect husband, Francis Mawson Rattenbury.

I added illustrations and biographical information.

William Alexander Campbell (1889-1970)

Trans N13 - [Dixon Motors Ltd., 1291-1299 Granville Street, Vancouver City Archives, 1920 or 1921, http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/dixon-motors-ltd-1291-1299-granville-street-top-and-bowell-mcdonald-motor-co-ltd-1105-granville-street-bottom

Trans N13 – [Dixon Motors Ltd., 1291-1299 Granville Street, Vancouver City Archives, 1920 or 1921, http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/dixon-motors-ltd-1291-1299-granville-street-top-and-bowell-mcdonald-motor-co-ltd-1105-granville-street-bottom.

 

Henderson’s Vancouver Directory, 1920, page 463 [edited image].

I updated the page on William Alexander Campbell, who was a salesman with Dixon Motors.

He lived at 1900 Barclay Street in 1920 (although the directory listed him as “Wm. L. Campbell”).

I added illustrations and biographical information.

Frank Arthur Anderson Barrs (1871-1963)

Frank A. Barrs, detail from [The Vancouver Exhibition Association near Hastings Park], about 1910, Port P1221, http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/vancouver-exhibition-association-near-hastings-park-2.

Frank A. Barrs, detail from [The Vancouver Exhibition Association near Hastings Park], about 1910, Port P1221, http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/vancouver-exhibition-association-near-hastings-park-2.

 

I updated the page on Frank Arthur Anderson Barrs. He was an architect and cricket player who lived at 1819 Robson Street in 1919 and 1920.

I added illustrations and biographical material.