Seattle Star, March 31, 1920, page 11, column 3.
I added a new page on Sidney Theodore Manard.
He was a financial broker whose business office was in the Sylvia Court Apartments for part of 1913.
Sometimes he gave his address as 1885 Beach Avenue; other times he used 1895 Beach Avenue as his address.
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.
I updated the page on Frederick Clifford Yarrall, who was a jeweller. He lived at 1836 Alberni Street from 1910 to 1953.
I added references and copies of newspaper notices relating to him and his family.
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.
I added a new page on William Blackmur, who was a bookkeeper. He lived at 1814 Georgia Street in 1900 and 1901.
Henderson’s BC Gazetteer and Directory, 1904, page 812.
I updated the page on William Cady Moore. He was a telegraph operator who lived at 2006 Beach Avenue from 1903 to 1905.
I added information on his family background and on his later life in the eastern United States.
Ralph J. Wilson, Vancouver Province, August 8, 1927, page 20, column 6.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1917, page 848 (edited image)
I updated the page on Ralph Johnstone Wilson. I added information on his later life in Colorado.