2 responses to “Heritage Buildings in Downtown Vancouver”

  1. raymond rao

    I would like to find out some images of old building in 1920s to 1940s vancouver for my design Project. Could you supply the right print I could buy?

    1. natalia wilczek

      Hello Raymond!
      Thank you for reaching out.
      The ability to print items from our collections depend on the specific collection or even individual items within a collection, primarily due to copyright considerations. For each item in our Open Collections, you can find information about its Rights on the right side of the item page. It’s important to note that most items have some form of usage restrictions, but there are also items in the public domain.
      Once you’ve identified the items you’d like to print, you can submit a reproduction request to our Rare Book Special Collections department. If your intention is to publicly display these images, please be sure to select the “Commercial Use” on the top of the page, when making your request. Following this, RBSC will be in contact with you to discuss the details further.

      Links you might find useful:
      Reproduction Request: https://rbsc.library.ubc.ca/visiting/reproduction-requests/
      Reproduction Fees: https://rbsc.library.ubc.ca/visiting/fees/
      Photographs from Uno Langmann Family Collection of British Columbia Photographs which is featured in this blog post: https://open.library.ubc.ca/search?q=&collection=langmann
      To view more historic photographs check Open Collection website: https://open.library.ubc.ca

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