Delta throwback: Ladner Hotel (PHOTOS)

Let’s head back in time to early last century and check out the Ladner Hotel located on Wetsham Street, now called 48th Avenue.

In the early 1920s the hotel was destroyed by fire. The nearby Delta Hotel at the corner of Elliot and Chisholm streets also burned down a couple of years later.

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Here's a few more photos from the Delta Archives.....


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A 1918 photograph of soldiers marching past the Ladner Hotel


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A 1915 scene showing two people in a sleigh in front of Ladner Hotel on a snow covered Westham Street


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A 1900 photograph of the Ladner Hotel on Westham Street when it was owned by Horace Slater. Hugh Slater is identified as the small boy standing in snow


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An early 1900s photo showing the May Day parade moving past the Ladner Hotel


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An early 1900s photograph of Leona Whitworth and unidentified man standing outside Ladner Hotel




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