Horse-drawn vehicles

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  • DAPS

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  • identifier: 893

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Horse-drawn vehicles

Equivalent terms

Horse-drawn vehicles

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Horse-drawn vehicles

38 Archival description results for Horse-drawn vehicles

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524 Fort Street

Between Langley and Government Streets. Dr. J.D. Helmcken home on far left; basement entrance of the Lascelles Block on far right.

McTavish, Duncan Douglas

Inspection of the Water Works Reservoir at Beaver Lake by city officials

Identified in the photograph are: 1. Mr. Cooness (hack driver); 2. John Ede (caretaker); 3. George Lyall (hack driver); 4. Mr. Pickering (Water Works Engineer); 5. Mayor James Fell; 6. J.D. Robinson (City Clerk); 7. Ald. John Grant; 8 Joseph Heywood (father-in-law of John Grant); 9. Alex Hendry (Water Commissioner); 10. Thomas Russell (City Treasurer); 11 Ald. A.J. Smith; 12. Ald. Robert Lipsett; 13. Capt. Litchfield (Master of the ship "Challenger"); 14 Ald. Humber; 15. George Winter (hack driver).

Hastings, Oregon Columbus, 1846-1912

James Slater fonds

  • PR-0027
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1912]

Fonds consists of photographs of horses and a delivery wagon belonging to West End Grocery Co. and Dixi H. Ross and Co., as well as interior and exterior views of the latter's store.

Slater, James