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Letter to T. Smith, Squamish & Howe Sound District Board of Trade from Deputy Minster, Department of Lands. RE: Land for park


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Media Type:
Text
Item Type:
Correspondence
Description:
A letter from the Department of Lands to Thomas Smith in reply to the correspondence from the 9th. The letter notes of a list of reverted parcels in Lot 486. It notes that if an area could be selected within this lot, application would be considered for park lands.
Notes:
File 59376
Date of Original:
November 1936
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Thomas Smith
Collection:
Digitization of the Squamish Board of Trade Correspondence Documents from 1926 to 1963
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • British Columbia, Canada
    Latitude: 49.74967 Longitude: -123.13597
  • British Columbia, Canada
    Latitude: 48.43294 Longitude: -123.3693
Donor:
Squamish Chamber of Commerce
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Letter to T. Smith, Squamish & Howe Sound District Board of Trade from Deputy Minster, Department of Lands. RE: Land for park


A letter from the Department of Lands to Thomas Smith in reply to the correspondence from the 9th. The letter notes of a list of reverted parcels in Lot 486. It notes that if an area could be selected within this lot, application would be considered for park lands.