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Accession:  A982.2.14
Description  Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company. Topographic Survey of the Prince George Area. Scale: unknown (approx. 50 feet to 1 inch). 1911.
Size:  2,281 KB
 
Accession:  A981.58.9
Description  Building plan for a proposed addition to the Europe Hotel on 3rd Ave. in Prince George. The architectural firm is Frederick Fuller and Associates, July 27, 1960.
Size:  402 KB
 
Accession:  A987.27.14
Description  Department of Lands and Forests, Prince George and Vicinity. 1 inch to 800 feet.
Size:  1,997 KB
 
Accession:  A989.3.2.29
Description  Insurance Underwriters of British Columbia. Insurance Map of Prince George. Section of Downtown lots showing some businesses. Scale: 50 feet to 1 inch. June 1938.
Date : 1938
Size:  447 KB
 
Accession:  A2001.5.1
Description  Map of Prince George showing plan of Sub-division of Indian Reservation No. 1 Lot 343.
Size:  3,198 KB
 
Accession:  A2001.9.1
Description  Planning map of Prince George produced by Central Interior Planning Consultants for the Chamber of Commerce.
Size:  941 KB
 
Accession:  A984.45.4
Description  British Columbia Power Commission. Prince George Townsite Plan. 400 feet to 1 inch.
Size:  2,160 KB
 
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