1966 Georgia Street was part of the house that had a main address of 1968 Georgia Street.
1968 Georgia Street was one of four similar houses on the south side of Georgia Street, near the intersection with Chilco Street. (Further details appear on the page for 1968 Georgia Street.)
Vancouver directory listings from 1902 to 1920.
|1902 to 1903||Ludgate, Wallace Gordon|
|1905 to 1913||Not listed under Vancouver streets|
|1914 to 1915||Cook, Charles|
|1916 to 1917||Vacant|
|1919||Ribchester, Edward (see George Wesley Ribcester)|
|1920 to 1921||Crawford, William Dunne|
From the 1920s to about 1960, the house offered rental accommodations, and the rooming house business was for sale from time to time.
In 1932, the contents of the house were for sale by auction.
A fire in 1960 destroyed the Stanley Park Armouries (formerly called the Horse Show Building). The fire damaged the building at 1964 Georgia Street, but 1968 Georgia Street and 1974 Georgia Street were relatively unharmed. (The house at 1954 Georgia Street had been demolished in 1955.)
By July 1982, when house wreckers demolished the Stuart Building at 1974 Georgia Street, the building at 1968 Georgia Street (along with 1966 Georgia Street) was also gone.
The property later became part of the site of the Laguna Parkside apartment building, which has an address of 1925 Alberni Street. (Further information appears on the page for the Horse Show Building.)