The Museum of North Vancouver is inviting the community to ‘Explore North Vancouver through the lens of Jack Cash.”
According to MONOVA, North Vancouver’s photographer, Jack Cash, created thousands of images and many of his photographs of ships being launched at Burrard Dry Dock during World War II became icons highlighting North Vancouver’s place on the world stage during wartime.
Newly included are magazines from the 1950s and original albums to browse through, as well as film footage that provides a glimpse of the overlap between family and work life, says MONOVA.
Through the lens of Jack Cash 1939-1970 is on exhibit at MONOVA: Archives of North Vancouver (3203 Institute Road) until February 2023. Public access to the exhibit is by appointment only, although an online extension of the exhibit can be seen by clicking the button below.