I updated the page on Duncan Robert Campbell. He was an assistant general manager and general superintendent of Canadian Northern Railways.
From 1917 to 1919, he lived at 1958 Barclay Street.
I added information on his later life and on his death in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1952.
Benjamin Willson, Vancouver Daily World, May 3, 1919, page 22, column 6.
I added a new page on Benjamin Willson, who was the chief inspector for the western branches of the Bank of Hamilton.
According to the Vancouver directory’s street listing, he lived at 1833 Haro Street in 1900-1901.
Henderson’s BC Gazetteer and Directory, 1900-1901, page 696 (Haro Street).
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1911, Part 2, page 1140 [first name listed as Edmund, not Edwin].
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1911, Part 1, page 497.
I added a new page on Edwin David Taylor, who was an accountant and a manager of a logging firm. He lived at 1932 Alberni Street from 1910 to 1911.
I added a new page on James Johnston Logan. He was the manager of International Ice and Cold Storage Company (later called Vancouver Ice and Cold Storage Company). He lived at 1900 Robson Street from 1899 to 1903 and at 1898 Robson Street in 1910.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1911, Part 1, page 500.
I updated the page on Charles Jewell Brenton, who was an accountant and manager with the Standard Milk Company and the Eden Bank Creamery Company.
For some time, he also operated a confectionery. He later worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway as a timekeeper and accountant.
He was at 1047 Denman Street from 1911 to 1912. He appeared at 1055 Denman Street from 1914 to 1916 and at 1069 Denman Street from 1914 to 1918.
I added information on his time in California and his death in 1948.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1918, page 868.
I added a new page on Hugh Reid Tudhope, who was a business executive. He lived at 1931 Nelson Street in 1918.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver and North Vancouver Directory, 1910, Part 2, page 848.
I added a new page on Philip John Jones, who was an accountant with the Dominion Bank. He lived at 1890 Georgia Street in 1910.