I updated the page on 1903 Georgia Street.
The Dollar Wood Yard was at 1903 Georgia Street from 1919 to 1924.
Vancouver Daily World, February 27, 1919, page 16, column 4.
In later years, this location was the site of a service station.
Vancouver Province, August 14, 1927, page 36, column 5.
I updated the page on Whitfield Walker Stuart, who was a lumberman.
He lived at 1974 Georgia Street from 1904 to 1907 and at 1825 Robson Street from 1908 to about 1916. His son, Grover Franklin Stuart, was at 1829 Robson Street in 1918.
I added information on his family, along with illustrations and newspaper articles.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver and North Vancouver Directory, 1909, page 730.
I added a new page on Herbert Payne Heming, who was a timber merchant. He lived at 2006 Beach Avenue from 1907 to 1909.
Henderson’s BC Gazetteer and Directory, 1903, page 734.
I added a new page on Wallace Gordon Ludgate, who was a mechanical engineer. He lived at 1966 Georgia Street in 1902 and 1903.
Wallace’s older brother, Theodore Ludgate, was involved in the dispute over Deadman’s Island, which is near Stanley Park in Vancouver.
Senator McRae, Winnipeg Tribune, June 27, 1946, page 9.
I added a new page on Alexander Duncan McRae, who was the manager of Fraser River Lumber Company. He lived at 1960 Robson Street in 1910. (The 1910 Vancouver directory spelled his name as McCrae.)
He built the Hycroft mansion on McRae Avenue in Shaughnessy Heights. He became a general and a Canadian senator.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1916, page 667 [edited image].
I added a new page on Edward Hewetson Heaps
, who was a lumber manufacturer. He lived at 1846 Nelson Street
from 1916 to 1919.
Vancouver Daily World, June 26, 1912, page 21, columns 3-5.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver and North Vancouver Directory, 1910, Part 2, page 1224.
I added a new page on William Henry Whalen, who was the president and manager of B.C. Sulphite Fibre Company Limited. He lived at 2022 Haro Street from 1910 to 1912.