Gonzales Heritage

All historic photographs on this page are courtesy of the City of Victoria Archives (CVA) unless otherwise noted. Click on photos to bring up a larger view.

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Gonzales Beach with Gonzales Hill in upper right, ca. 1937. CVA M05383 

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1901 Fairfield Road at Foul Bay Road, ca. 1900. CVA M09423

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West shore of Gonzales Bay with boat rental concession, ca. 1907. CVA M06939

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This non-for-profit organization supports owners of heritage buildings and undertakes heritage education and public awareness projects.

Rey Carr created a webpage describing architectural characteristics of homes in the 1000 block of Davie Street, just south of Oak Bay Avenue.

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View the City of Victoria's policy on identifying, evaluating, and approved Heritage Conservation Areas within the city.

See a map depicting the Gonzales Neighbourhood circa 1913

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Richmond Avenue between Richardson Street and Gonzales Avenue, 1958. CVA M06195

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1777 Ross Street, circa 1960s. Concession in what is now Gonzales Park? CVA M05062

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1650 Earle Street, 1965.  CVA M03771

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See a black and white aerial photograph of the Gonzales Neighbourhood

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1863 Crescent Road, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Seckford Denny residence, circa 1932. CVA M00975

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1650 Earle Street. 1965. Plant nurseries  CVA M03773