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After his arrival in Vancouver Bond was listed in the City Directories as a commercial artist from 1928 to 1938. In 1932 he was listed as "artist - Van City". From 1939 to 1943 he was listed as a Cook, working at the Bluebird Delicatessan, which was run by his wife Adeline.
From 1934 to 1940 Eugene and Adeline lived at 2254 East 46th Avenue, Vancouver. In 1943 he moved to the London Hotel at 700 Main Street, and she moved to 1071 East 12th Ave. In 1944 Adeline was back living at 2254 East 46th Ave.
THE B.C. TEACHER, June 1932 issue, page 10
Portrait illustrated from Fourth Year Composition for a Mural Decoration
Accompanies article A British Columbian School of Art by C.H. Scott
1933-34 PROSPECTUS Vancouver School of Decorative & Applied Arts
2 portraits illustrated pages 22-23.
OBITUARY, Vancouver Sun February 9 1944 page 15
CONTACT PRINT FOLIO (not numbered), courtesy Emily Carr University Library and Archives
CITY & PROVINCIAL DIRECTORIES (refer to DIR)
B.C. VITAL STATISTICS ON-LINE death (refer to BCVS)
HISTORY OF SAVARY ISLAND 1910 - 1982, unpublished Bill Ashworth manuscript
Courtesy Savary Island Heritage Society, 2003
THE SAVARY PUDDING folio by Frederick A. Amess, private collection.
Original drawings, paintings and text by Amess, C.H. Scott, Grace Melvin,
H. Mortimer Lamb, Plato von Ustinov, and other students and visitors.
June 1935 (various dates), June 1939 (various dates)
52 loose 12"x18" sheets of brown sketch paper
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