Author Tags: Transient
Stanley Park is described by Edward Roper in his cross-Canada travelogue By Track and Trail: A Journey Through Canada (London, Calcutta: W.H. Allen, 1891).
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Stanley Park Sources
The Vancouver Public Library has provided the following list of titles and sources pertaining to Stanley Park, the 405-hectare park that was officially opened on September 27, 1888. Its 8.9-kilometre seawall walk and other attractions are visited by approximately three million people per year.
Legends of Vancouver. E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake). [Vancouver?: s.n.], 1911.
The Sculpture of Elek Imredy. Elek Imredy. Vancouver, B.C.: T. Noble, 1993.
Naming, Opening, and Dedication of Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada, 1888-1889. Vancouver, B.C.: City of Vancouver Archives, 1964.
Starting with monuments...Stanley Park. [Doris Potts]. [Vancouver, B.C.]: Vancouver Environment Education Project, 1974.
Stanley Park Richard M. Steele. Surrey, B.C.: Heritage House, 1993.
A Guide to Stanley Park. Lynn Vardeman and Freda Carr. Vancouver, B.C.: [Seaside Publications, 1973].
Vancouver, British Columbia; the Sunset Doorway of the Dominion. What the City Offers from Business, Residential and Tourist Standpoints. [Vancouver B.C., 1903].
The Stanley Park Explorer. Richard M. Steele. North Vancouver, B.C.: Whitecap Books, 1985.
The Beaver. Winnipeg, Man.: Hudson's Bay Company. Vol. 77, no. 4, Feb. 1997 - Jan. 1998, pp. 27-9.
Vancouver. [Vancouver, B.C.: Pacific West Publications] Vol. 21, October 1988, pp. 44-54.
Vancouver Historical Journal. Vancouver, B.C.: Archives Society of Vancouver. No. 2, 1959, p. 5.
B.C. Historical News. Vancouver, B.C.: British Columbia Historical Federation. Vol. 31, no. 3, summer 1998, pp. 25-9.
Westworld Magazine. [New Westminster, B.C.: Westworld Publications]. No. 7, December 1981, pp. 53-4.
Map of Stanley Park, B.C., 1911. Vancouver, B.C.: Board of Park Commissioners.