Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1917, page 590 [edited image].
I updated the page on Walter Knowles, who was an insurance agent. He lived at 996 Denman Street in 1916 (listed as on “active service”).
Walter’s son, Sydney Knowles, was a printer who lived at 996 Denman Street in 1916 and 1917.
I added illustrations and information on Walter’s descendants.
Ralph J. Wilson, Vancouver Province, August 8, 1927, page 20, column 6.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1917, page 848 (edited image)
I updated the page on Ralph Johnstone Wilson. I added information on his later life in Colorado.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver Directory, 1908, page 661.
I added a new page on Thomas Arthur Howson, who was a printer and compositor. He lived at 1878 Alberni Street in 1908.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1916, page 633.
I added a new page on James Gibson, who was a salesman for the Hudson’s Bay Company. He lived at 1898 Alberni Street in 1916.
Later he was with the Press Engraving Company.
Wrigley Henderson Amalgamated BC Directory, 1925, page 1089
I updated the page on Daniel Joseph Costello. I added a short biography of his daughter, Joan Costello, who married Gordon Calderhead. Gordon died on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, on August 2, 2004. Joan died in Vancouver on April 16, 2015.
Thanks to Vince Calderhead for pointing out this additional information.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1917, page 848 (edited image).
I added a new page on Ralph Johnstone Wilson. He was a foreman at the Vancouver World newspaper. He lived at 1120 Denman Street in 1917.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1917, page 846 (edited image)
The Vancouver directory also has a listing for E.J. Wilson, a printer who lived at 1120 Denman Street in 1917. It appears that these are duplicate listings for the same person (that is, “E.J. Wilson” should probably be “R.J. Wilson”).
I added a new page on Frederick James Creech, who was a lithographer and printer. He lived at 1829 Robson Street from 1911 to 1914.