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Schools

The series consists of records relating to schools in School District No. 43. The series includes class photographs, correspondence, scrapbooks, school annuals, and various crests.

Caisse Populaire Maillardville Credit Union research materials

The series consists of material given to Boire by Caisse Populaire Maillardville Credit Union, when its assets were sold to VanCity Credit Union.

Record types include photographs and contact sheets, brochures, bulletins, fliers, ephemera, financial statements, minutes and agendas. The series also includes seals used by Caisse Populaire Maillardville Credit Union.

Photographs

The series consists of seven class portraits from 1960 to 1966 and two from the 1920s, as well as four additional photographs including a portrait of Joseph William Harris and his family ca. 1912 ; two photographs depicting two separate properties in Coquitlam; and a photograph of the Coquitlam float in the 1945 May Day Parade in New Westminster.

Photographs

The series consists of photographs predominantly depicting aspects of social and administrative life at Riverview Hospital and the School of Psychiatric Nursing as well as and Colony Farm. The photographs in the series portray the everyday social life of Riverview Hospital staff and volunteers as well as events, meetings, gatherings, and kinds of work they undertook. Additionally the series depicts scenes of Riverview Hospital's many buildings in varying states of completion, portraits of prize winning livestock (Holstein cattle, Clydesdale and Belgian horses), scenes during periods of flooding at Colony Farm, and equipment, vehicles, and technology used by the Hospital.

The glass plate negatives in Subseries 01 and 04 are known to have been taken by W.J. Moore, a prominent Vancouver photographer. It is possible that the entire collection was taken by W.J. Moore, although it has not been possible to confirm. Some photographs in Subseries 02 are thought to depict the Provincial Hospital for the Insane in New Westminster. Photographs in Subseries 04 are also thought to depict the Dominion Experimental Farm in Agassiz, B.C.

Record types consists largely of silver gelatin negatives in large format cellulose acetate sheets and cellulose acetate film strips. The subseries also contains a collection of glass plate negatives, chromogenic colour negative film strips and large format sheets, silver gelatin DOP prints, a photograph album, and a scrapbook.

School of Psychiatric Nursing Records

This series consists of records created and accumulated by the School of Psychiatric Nursing at Riverview Hospital. It includes administrative and financial records that informed the operation of the School, annuals (yearbooks) of each graduating class of the School, the publications accumulated from national psychiatric nursing organizations, as well as graduation and departmental photographs.

Record types in this series include manuals, reports, policies, handbooks, staff lists, event programmes and invitations, minutes, study notes, yearbooks, and publications.

British Columbia. School of Psychiatric Nursing

Personal Collections

This series consists of records that were original personal fonds and collections acquired and preserved by the Riverview Hospital Historical Society's during its existence. It contains the personal collections of nurses, doctors, general staff, British Columbia's first Provincial Botanist, and a patient at Riverview Hospital. Each file includes records such as study notes, photographs, ephemera, correspondence, newspaper clippings and pamphlets.

The series consists of 15 files, each corresponding to its original creator or donor: Ken Baker, Loretta Barnet, Ultan Patrick Byrne, Jean Campbell, Edna Colvin, John Davidson, Sheila Dumore, William Headridge, Alyce Hockin, Lois Kaldestad, Catherine Murray, Judy Pendry, Dorothy Pocock, Hazel Shepard, and Georgina Bernice Petty.

Photographs

The series consists of copy prints of photographs provided by residents of Coquitlam for the publication, "Coquitlam 100 Years: Reflections of the Past," published in 1991.

District of Coquitlam Parks and Recreation Department records

The series documents the activities that Cunnings was involved with and led during his tenure at the District of Coquitlam Parks and Recreation Department and the development of the Department over time.

The series is arranged into thirteen files according to subject, and consists of textual records, photographs, ephemera, and newspaper clippings detailing sports, recreational programs and classes, parks and facility development, and events and initiatives undertaken by the Department, such as BC Summer Games, and Coquitlam Centennial celebrations.

Cunnings, Don

Personal and professional records

The series consists of records created and accumulated by Cunnings and reflect his personal and professional interests. These records were accumulated by Cunnings for the purposes of reference and posterity rather than documenting the activities of the District of Coquitlam Parks and Recreation Department during his tenure.

The personal records consist of a letter of appointment as well as a selection of documentaries used by Cunnings as reference. His professional records contain photographs, ephemera, and correspondence generated in the course of Cunnings' positions as a gymnastics teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes, the Division Head of Essondale's Crease Clinic Recreation Therapy Department, and as a founding member of Coquitlam Search and Rescue (SAR).

Cunnings, Don

Photographs

The series consists of photographs taken for the Tri-Cities Now newspaper. The series includes print photographs from 1991 and digital photographs arranged by edition, date, or subject stored in .tif or .jpg format on DVD-R.

The Tri-Cities Now

BC Summer Games photographs

The series consists of photographs of the opening ceremonies of the BC Summer Games held in Town Centre Park on July 25th, 1991, during Coquitlam's centennial year.

Hodge, Craig

Pioneer Tales Book Committee photographs

The series consists of records produced and accumulated as part of Craig Hodge's duties on the Pioneer Tales Committee Book Committee. The series includes photographs in the form of copy negatives and prints, as well as some original prints, and assorted documentation.

Various Photographers

Photographs

The series consists of colour and black and white photographic prints, negatives and digital photographs on CD of events and celebrations held by or participated in by the Caisse Populaire/Village Credit Union.

Subject files

The series consists of Columbian Newspaper clippings and B&W photographs arranged by subject. The files were created by Columbian staff members and accessed to provide information about a given person or subject.

Columbian Company

People files

The series consists of Columbian Newspaper clippings and B&W photographs arranged by person. The files were created by Columbian staff members and accessed to provide information about a given person or subject.

Columbian Company

Crime Prevention and Community Policing Committees

The series consists of records relating to Russell Hellard's participation on the Crime Prevention Committee and later the Community Policing Committee. Hellard was Chairman of the Crime Prevention Committee from 1989-1991 and was Chairman of the Community Policy Committee from 1992-1994. A re-direction dictated from the RCMP in Ottawa changed Crime Watch to Community Policing Committees. Records include Annual Reports, committee meeting minutes, Chairman's reports, notes, and photographs. Records also pertain to the establishment, inauguration, and management of the Tri-City Community Crime Prevention Services Centre, and the activities of police officer Eric Chan, who founded the program.

Hellard, Russell

Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam Crime Prevention Society

The series consists of records relating to the Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam Crime Prevention Society, an independent volunteer organization that was formed in 1996 to assist police, community organizations, committees, and citizens in crime prevention activities. Russell Hellard was the President and Chairman of the Society until its dissolution in 2000. The records include meeting minutes, notes, official documentation of the society, including the notice of dissolution, as well as records relating to public forums that were hosted by the Society. The series also includes photographs of the community forums that took place in March, 1997.

Hellard, Russell

Assorted Committees

The series consists of records relating to several committees which Russell Hellard was involved with between 1984 and 1995. Records consist of meeting minutes, news clippings, and notes relating to several seniors programs, as well as Vandal Watch and Court Watch, two crime prevention initiatives in Coquitlam.

Hellard, Russell

BC Summer Games

The series consists of records relating to the BC Summer Games which were held in Coquitlam in 1991. The records include minutes of the Photography Sub-Committee, pamphlets, copies of The Spirit newsletter that was prepared for the Games, detailed notes relating to Hellard's participation in photographing the Games at the request of Craig Hodge, records relating to recruitment of volunteer photographers, and a few photographs of the Games.

Hellard, Russell

Centennial Committee

The series consists of records relating to the Centennial celebrations in Coquitlam in held in 1991. Records are primarily photographs but also include news clippings and pamphlets. Photographs depict Hellard and other committee members, the centennial mascot "the Town Logger," Mayor Lou Sekora, and images from the PNE Parade.

Hellard, Russell

Photographs

Series consists of images relating to McCrindle’s early years and association with Knox United Church in Vancouver; student life at Union College/Vancouver School of Theology; pastorates in Manitoba and B.C.; and his year as president of BC Conference. Also included are images of spouse Helen McCrindle and her fabric art.