"This film captures (in excellent pre-war Kodachrome) a day in the life of Stanley Park. An early effort at independent documentary production by a group of Vancouver film enthusiasts, including amateur cinematographers Oscar Burritt and Don Lytle. The Coast Films group intended to produce a series of films that could be distributed by the fledgling National Film Board of Canada, but World War II intervened, and this was their sole group effort. Stanley Park was restored in 1987 by the British Columbia Archives." (BC Archives)
"Item AAAA2788 - Stanley Park : [plus out-takes]." Oscar and Dorothy Burritt fonds, British Columbia Archives.
Donald Lytle, telephone conversation with D.J. Duffy, November 11, 1985.
BC Archives, Royal BC Museum