Houses for All: The Struggle for Social Housing in Vancouver, 1919-50

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5th Avenue East, 147
13th Avenue West, 35
33rd Avenue, 156
37 Pender Street West, 59
37th Avenue, 156
42nd Avenue, 130
44th Avenue, 130
45th Avenue, 130
49th Avenue, 130
54th Avenue, 150
'5000 Homes Now!' committee, 134, 135, 138
Acadia Camp, 149
Activists. See Housing activists in Vancouver
Adams, Thomas, 27, 29, 33, 78
Advisory Committee on
Reconstruction, Subcommittee on
Housing and Community
Planning. See Curtis report
Agnew, Mrs. Harvey, 117
Air pollution, 59
Alma Road, 109
Amalgamated Building Workers of Canada, 82
Amputation Club of British Columbia, 27
The Anatomy of Poverty, 164
Anderson, Kay, 165
Andrews, Margaret, 9
Anglican Church, 22
Anthes, Laurence I., 69
Apartment and Rooming House Operators' Association, 138, 153
Apartments: business licences for, 40, 50; census information for ( 1921), 10, 11; conversion of single dwellings to, 13; and government housing programs, 130, 131, 157; high-rent, 111; increase in, between 1921-31, 17, 18
Architectural Institute of British Columbia, 26, 72, 88, 151
Architecture, domestic, history of, 165, 170-1. See also House styles
Argyle Drive, 150
Armstrong lodging house, 21
Army and Navy Veterans of Canada, 132
Asians: discrimination in
distribution of relief for, 48; in east
end of Vancouver, 20. See also
Chinese in Vancouver; Japanese in Vancouver
Associated Boards of Trade of the Fraser Valley, 72
Associated Property Owners of Vancouver, 28, 9, 138, 153, 156, 157
Attic lodgings, 58, 109
Aunt Sally, 18, 189 n. 49
Bacher, John, 141, 170
Balfour, C.B., 157
Banks, and Integrated Housing Plan (IHP), 129

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