Parliament Buildings (Victoria, B.C.)



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  • British Columbia Legislative Buildings

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Parliament Buildings (Victoria, B.C.)

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Aerial of Victoria from Church Hill

Item consists of one stereograph photograph of Victoria, taken from Church Hill. Kanaka Row is visible in the foreground. Also visible are the James Bay Bridge and mud flats, the Colonial Administration Buildings (known as 'The Birdcages'), and Belleville Street.

Aerial view of B.C. Parliament Buildings and Inner Harbour

Item consists of one aerial photograph of the B.C. Parliament Buildings with front lawn and gardens, people walking, cars, and the Welcome to Victoria flower bed. "B.C. Government Air Photograph. All rights reserved. Date of exposure May 11, 1959. Obtain rights & tech data from Air Division, Dept. of Lands & Forests, Victoria, B.C." is stamped on the verso. "9:18 am P.S.T" and "scale 1" = 31 ft." are written on the verso.

Arrival of Lieutenant-Governor for the opening of Parliament

Item consists of one photograph showing the arrival of the Lieutenant-Governor at the British Columbia Parliament Buildings in Victoria, February 21, 1901, for the opening of the 2nd session of the 9th Parliament. South African war veterans form the guard of honour on the steps.
A banner mourning the passing of Queen Victoria on Jan. 22, 1901 above the front entrance states "Loved and Mourned by All".

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