Aaron Blake Evans

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS

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A sample of original artwork and archival prints from the Greenhorn collection.


“Every business, every location is layered with stories, heritage, and possible futures. Highlighting these stories for customers and visitors creates an enduring sense of place.”
— ABE

 
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Burrard Inlet Map / Greenhorn Collection This 1864 map drawn by J.P.P. Crease provides a snapshot of Vancouver before Vancouver was even built.

Burrard Inlet Map / Greenhorn Collection
This 1864 map drawn by J.P.P. Crease provides a snapshot of Vancouver before Vancouver was even built.

 
Ocean Barges / Greenhorn Collection The barges from this old cement factory continue to provide the building blocks for the city of Vancouver.

Ocean Barges / Greenhorn Collection
The barges from this old cement factory continue to provide the building blocks for the city of Vancouver.

 

 

“Combining imagery that speaks to the past, present, and future draws viewers into timelessness, allowing them to find themselves in the story and brand.”
— ABE

 

 
 
Pre-emption Papers / Greenhorn Collection Everyone thought these gentlemen were foolish to buy this plot of nowhere, and so called them Greenhorns. When the railroad came to town 15 years later, their land was priceless.

Pre-emption Papers / Greenhorn Collection
Everyone thought these gentlemen were foolish to buy this plot of nowhere, and so called them Greenhorns. When the railroad came to town 15 years later, their land was priceless.

 
 
 

 
 

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