|Title||Sylvia B. MacLean collection|
|Collection||Sylvia B. MacLean collection|
|Level of description||Collection|
|Scope & Content||Accession consists of a framed panoramic photograph print showing an overhead view of the Chilliwack townsite ca. 1915. Buildings visible in image include the B.C.E.R. freight shed and station, Chilliwack City Hall, Chilliwack Methodist Church, Five Corners, the Empress Hotel, and St. Thomas Anglican Church. Image takes in the area from Chilliwack Methodist Church, built in 1882, on the left in image, to new residences on First Avenue in the Mountainview subdivision on the right. Panoramic image was likely taken from the roof the B.C.E.R. substation on Young Road, looking north towards Five Corners.|
|Admin/Biographical History||Sylvia B. (Compeau) MacLean is the daughter of Bob and Doris Compeau.|
Donor inherited image from Blanche Morden.
|Extent of Description||1 photograph print: black and white; 15 x 126 cm|