Artropolis was a re-occuring survey of British Columbian art that ran roughly every three years between 1987 and 2003. Styling
Through the beginning of the 20th century, the Woodward’s Department Store grew as a catalogue service, transporting goods across Canada
From 1924-1936 Vancouver City Hall was located at the Holden Building, corner Hastings and Carrall. This made Woodward’s a frequent
Another from the Pacific Tribune Collection. A protest outside of Woodward’s – the department store as a jilted transition point
From the Pacific Tribune collection, Woodward’s workers strike, dated 1974. A year after price protests at Woodward’s, retail workers express
Two views of the Woodward’s rooftop. One, from the COV collection, of a patio on top of the department store, another, from the market rate building hot tub, shaped as a “W”. Only residents of the market condo building have access to this rooftop leisure centre.
Images from Woodward’s hat collection. There’s no explanation as to why these catalogue images are preserved in the COV archive,
Scribbles from police meetings. Note the letterhead from the 28th…