Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1911, Part 1, page 440.
I updated the page on James J. Anderson, who was a mechanical engineer and inventor.
He lived at 1849 Robson Street in 1911.
I added illustrations and biographical information.
I updated the page on Sydney Ashdown, who was a music publisher and inventor. He lived at 1102 Denman Street from 1908 to 1912.
I added illustrations and information on the members of his family.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1917, page 808 [edited image].
I added a new page on Herbert Horatio Trail
, who was an inventor and a mechanic at the Begg Motor Company. He lived at 746 Gilford Street
from 1917 to 1919.
Henderson’s BC Gazetteer and Directory, 1904, page 839.
I added a new page on Harry Hemming, who was a saloon proprietor and an inventor. He lived at 1888 Beach Avenue in 1904.
Henderson’s BC Gazetteer and Directory, 1903, page 781.
I added a new page on John Killips Patton. He operated a drug store at 600 West Hastings Street, on the southwest corner of Hastings and Seymour Street. He lived at 1800 Haro Street from 1899 to 1903.
I updated the page on Herman Browning. He was a chauffeur who lived at 1174 Denman Street in 1915 and possibly in 1916.
I updated the page on Edwin Caton Mahony, who was an employee of the BC Mills Timber and Trading Company. He lived at 2005 Comox Street from 1907 to 1924.
I added a new page on Everett Mark Breed. He was an electrical engineer, an inventor, and the district manager of Allis-Chalmers-Bullock Ltd. in Vancouver. He lived at 1020 Chilco Street in 1910.
I added a new page on Sydney Ashdown, who was a music publisher and inventor. He was the son of Edwin Ashdown (1827-1912), who was also a music publisher. Sydney Ashdown lived at 1102 Denman Street from 1908 to 1912.
I added a new page on Morison Kyle. He was the manager of the Vancouver Stock Exchange and the provincial manager for the Home Life Assurance Company of Canada; he also acted as a broker. He was also an inventor, a theatre manager and an author of plays. In later life, he was a prospector. He lived at 952 Denman Street from 1903 to 1904.