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FIFTH AVENUE

6TH APRIL 2011

In 1907 the city council officially changed the street from False Creek to the top of the hill at 9th Avenue to South Granville Street. Here’s who was living or doing business on this block.

2101
C. A. Ingram, grocer
2103
William Murphy, stationery
2109
Wood and Son, shoe store (1907/08)
2111
Sylvester Richards, carpenter (1907/08)
2113
Fairview Electric Co.
2115
R Evans real estate (1907/08)
2120
Howard and Linenfield, sheet metal works
2122
Teetzel and Dawson, real estate
Fairview Printing (1907/08)
2124
E. E. Teetzel, real estate (house)
2133
Richard Gibson, physician
2141
Maxwell and LeFeuvre, real estate
2145
David Davidson, dry goods
Aubray Fuller, physician
2147
Hampton Bros., bakers

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