Henderson’s Vancouver Directory, 1920, page 524 (edited image).
Henderson’s Vancouver Directory, 1921, page 575 (edited image)
I updated the page on Richard Harold Davis. He was a men’s clothing salesman who worked with Gault Brothers Limited, and for some time he may have been a dancing teacher.
Richard’s wife, Ethel Constance Davis, was a dancing teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis lived at 1844 Georgia Street from 1920 to 1924.
I added information on their family background and on their later life in England.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver Directory, 1907, page 810.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver Directory, 1908, page 1009.
I added a new page on John Walker. He was a realtor and a men’s clothing merchant. He lived at 1860 Nelson Street from 1907 to 1909.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1912, Part 2, page 901.
I added a new page on Augustus William Kamp. He was a retired banker and an operator of a millinery business. He lived at 2029 Pendrell Street in 1912. His wife, Lillian, was at 2029 Pendrell Street in 1913.
His real name was Augustus William (or Wilhelm) Ritzinger. He used the surname “Kamp” only in the last few years of his life.
I updated the page on Angus McKay Stewart, a clothing merchant who lived at 997 Denman Street from 1902 to 1910.
I added a photograph of William Hay Phillip Clubb (1862-1919), who was Angus Stewart’s senior business partner.
I also added photographs of Clubb and Stewart’s businesses on Cordova Street and West Hastings Street, along with three street views showing the Hastings Street location in the early 1900s and in the early 2000s.
Thanks to Gwyneth MacKenzie for information on the Clubb family and for the photograph of Hastings Street in the early 2000s.
West Hastings Street, north side, between Homer Street and Cambie Street, courtesy of Gwyneth MacKenzie.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1913, Part 1, page 799.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1913, Part 2, page 1112 [edited image].
I added a brief new page on English Bay Clothes Cleaners
, which was at 1184 Denman Street
in 1913 and 1914. The proprietor was John H. Miller.
Henderson’s Vancouver Directory, 1920, page 1018 [edited image].
I added a brief new page on West End Renovatory
, which was a clothes cleaning and tailoring business. It was at 1813 Morton Avenue
from 1917 to 1926.
Frank Logg (1871-1930) was the proprietor. Further information appears on the page for Frank Logg.
Henderson’s Vancouver Directory, 1920, page 721 [edited image].
I added a new page on Frank Logg
, who was a tailor and clothes cleaner. From 1917 to 1926 he was the proprietor of the West End Renovatory
at 1813 Morton Avenue.