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British Columbia / B.C. Postal History - VANCOUVER SUB POST OFFICE No. 2 - Examples of CDS Cancels (B1, B2 & C1) on Piece and Stamp (#1)

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Vancouver Post Office Sub No. 2 Sub Post Office opened - 1 October 1907 - closed - 31 March - 1918 Re-opened - 7 May 1925 to 1990 Changed to Vancouver 026794 (Nelson Park) Showing example of the LRD (latest recorded date) B1 - / VANCOUVER B.C. (SUB . OFFICE No 2) / AM / FE 18 / 09 / cds hammer (B1) - this hammer was proofed - 13 September 1907. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Link to all the Postmasters who worked at Vancouver Sub 2 - www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/postal-heritage-philately/...; Location - City of Vancouver - 1907-10-01 Location - 1907 to 1910 - 550 Campbell Ave (Drug Store) Location - 1910 to 1911 - 665-667 Campbell Ave (Winnipeg Grocery Store) Location - 1912 to 1913 - 698 Campbell Ave (Winnipeg Grocery and Bakery Store) Location - 1914 to 1915 - 890 Harris St near Hawks Ave (Modern Grocery Store) Location - 1915 - 1918 - 888-890 Georgia E (Annie Whieldon Grocers) Location - 1195 Davie, corner Davie and Bute Streets --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The first Postmaster of Vancouver Sub No. 2 was James Haughton from - 1 October 1907 to 25 July 1910. (Dr.) James Augustus Haughton (b. 16 Aug 1843 in Ireland - d. 17 May 1927 in Vancouver, B.C.) a Chemist & Druggist - his daughter Alice Haughton was a Dressmaker at D. Spencer Co. Ltd - Corner Keefer and Campbell Ave. This became her father James Haughton's Drug Store and the location of Vancouver Sub Post Office No. 2 on - 1 October 1907. From 1908 to 1909 - James Augustus Haughton - Drug Store at 550 Campbell Ave. - corner Keeper, Vancouver, B.C. - his son Alfred Haughton worked for his father as a clerk in his Drug Store / Sub Post Office No. 2. In 1910 Alfred Haughton becomes Assistant Postmaster of Sub Post Office No. 2 still at 550 Campbell Ave. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The second Postmaster at Vancouver Sub Post Office No. 2 was William Charles Harrington - the Sub Post Office was located in his Grocery Store caller "Winnipeg Grocery" at 665 Campbell Ave. He was Postmaster from - 4 November 1910 to 5 May 1911. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Third Postmaster at Vancouver Sub Post Office No. 2 was Owen Edward Jones who apparently took over the Winnipeg Grocery & Bakery Store in 1912 at 665-667 Campbell Ave - the grocery store / Sub Post office moved to 890 Harris Street in the Modern Grocery Store sometime in 1914. Owen Edward Jones was Postmaster from - 20 February 1912 to 1913 and from - 16 January 1914 to 7 October 1915. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (4th) - Mrs. Annie E. Whieldon - Postmistress at the Annie Whieldon Grocers on 888-890 Georgie E (near Hawk Ave.) She was Postmistress from - 1 November 1915 to 3 April 1918 when the Sub Post Office No. 2 closed.



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