I updated the page on 1901 Georgia Street, which was on the north side of Georgia Street, west of the intersection with Gilford Street.
I added illustrations and information on later uses of the property.
I updated the page on A.F. Paddon and Company, which was a towing, scow and shipwright business at 1901 Georgia Street from 1913 to 1915. Arthur Follett Paddon was the manager of the company.
I added illustrations and information on members of the Paddon family.
I added a new page on James William Troup. He was a steamship captain, ship designer, and businessman. He lived at 1833 Haro Street in 1902.
I added a new page on William Watts, who was a boat builder and deputy harbor master.
He was the manager of Vancouver Ship Yard Limited, which was at 1877 Georgia Street in the early 1900s.
I added a new page on Vancouver Ship Yard Limited, which was a builder of ships and boats. It was in the 1800 block of Georgia Street from 1902 until the 1960s. In its earliest years, the street address was 1877 Georgia Street.
I added a new page on Charles William Leslie, who was a carpenter with Wallace Shipyards. He lived at 1086 Denman Street in 1912.
I added a new page on Frank Pease, who was an employee of the shipbuilding firm of J. Coughlan and Sons.
Frank lived at 1034 Denman Street in 1918 and 1919 and at 1040 Denman Street in 1920.
It appears that he was Franklin B. Pease, the brother of Alfred McGowan Pease, who lived at 1034 Denman Street in 1916 and 1917.
I added a brief new page on John Price. He was an employee with the ship-building company of John Coughlan and Sons.
John Price lived at the rear of 1878 Alberni Street in 1919.
No further information is available for him.
I added a new page on Blaine Walter Harmon, who was the president of Dominion Iron Works Limited.
He lived at 1815 Alberni Street in 1915 and 1916.
I added a new page on Thomas Bate. He was a machinist and railway repair foreman. He lived at 1069 Denman Street in 1920.