I updated the page on 1873 Georgia Street, which was on the north side of Georgia Street, east of the intersection with Gilford Street.
I added illustrations and information on the later uses of the property.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1912, Part 2, page 1085.
I updated the page on William Roden Orde, who operated a restaurant at 1873 Georgia Street from 1912 to 1914.
He lived at 1997 Georgia Street in 1911 and at 1974 Georgia Street in 1912 and 1913.
I added illustrations and information on his parents.
Vancouver Daily World, April 8, 1916, page 20, columns 6-7.
I updated the page on Charles N. Lee (Cornelius Nemmo Lee), who operated Lee’s Pier Tea Rooms at 1900 Beach Avenue from 1908 to 1920.
I added information on his restaurant at 744 Granville Street. The name was originally Lee’s Refreshment Parlor. Soon afterward it became Lee’s Kat ‘n’ Kitten. Later, the site became a branch of The Woman’s Bakery.
Thanks to Murray at Vancouver As It Was [https://vanasitwas.wordpress.com/] for pointing out the Lee family’s connection to the Kat ’n’ Kitten refreshment parlor at 744 Granville Street.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver and North Vancouver Directory, 1909, page 1065.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver and North Vancouver Directory, 1909, page 835.
I added a new page on Harry Plummer McCool. In 1909, he was the proprietor of the Stanley Park Inn at 1968 Georgia Street. He later worked as a real estate broker.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1918, page 836.
I added a new page on Stanley Park Tea Rooms, which was at 1974 Georgia Street in the 1918, 1919 and 1920 Vancouver directories. The manager was Samuel Maran, who also had a confectionery business at 949 Davie Street in 1919 and 1920.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1912, Part 2, page 1053 [edited image].
I added a brief new page on George Muir
. He operated a restaurant at 1974 Georgia Street
in 1912; he lived at the same address.
No further information is available for him.
I added a new page on English Bay Tea Rooms, which was a tea shop and bakery at 1200 Denman Street from 1908 to 1919. It was called English Bay Bakery and Tea Rooms in 1909 and 1910.