Fonds consists of photocopies of minutes and financial records of the Springbend School Board plus some minutes of School District #21 discussing the closure of Springbend School. Also includes promotion registers 1939-1947.Springbend School Board
The fonds consists of a ledger with records of electricity consumed by Grindrod and Enderby residents.West Canadian Hydro Electric Corporation
The fonds consists of visitor's registers (1909-1959), a teachers' register (1914), lists of teachers and courses (1948-1975), minutes of teachers' meetings (1946-47), student council minutes (1975-1977) and accounting book; invitation, program and guest book for the opening of A.L. Fortune Secondary School (1978), graduation and theatre programs (1945-2005), school newspapers (1912, 1936-1993) and annuals 1948-2005), a history of the school: 'Schools of Enderby and District, 1896-1965' by Ruby Lidstone, a scrapbook with honour and merit rolls (1984-1988); a videotape of graduation ceremonies (1990) and school activities (1996); and audiocassette tape of students interviewed by CBC (1998). Fonds also includes records relating to a 1990 school musical, including 150 slides, script, program, directors' notes and stage directions.A.L. Fortune Secondary School
The fonds consists of correspondence, financial records, timber licences, contracts, timber agreements, specifications, and pole pricelists. Fonds also includes maps of Enderby and area timber berths.Carney Pole Company
The fonds consists of the Treasurer's book (1907-1911).Methodist Church of Canada. Woman's Missionary Society. Enderby Branch
The collection consists of annuals and newspapers of A.L. Fortune Secondary School (also known as Enderby High School, Enderby Junior Secondary School and A.L. Fortune Junior Secondary School) and records relating to the school's Homecoming in 1978, including correspondence, financial records, guest book, and list of students' names. Collection also includes photographs of classes and events, 1945-1965, as well as photographs of the 1978 Homecoming activities.
The fonds consists of correspondence, contracts, monthly timebooks, camp account books, pay record books, log journals, conveyances, timber licences and berths, petitions, financial records, and inventories. Fonds includes timber licences and other records of S.C. Smith and McLeod Lumber Company, Okanagan Lumber Company, and Kamloops Lumber Company, all predecessor owners of the mill in Enderby.Okanagan Sawmill
The fonds consists of correspondence, agreements, receipts, certificates, personal writings (including descriptions of difficulties in Canada and with the Church of England in Enderby), and reference material and ephemera. Fonds includes photographs and maps of Enderby and district.Rosoman (family)
The fonds consists of records kept by the secretary of the planning commission. Includes minutes, correspondence, and invoices. It also includes a copy of Zoning By-Law and the first Draft of Incorporating Regional Planning Division Regulations.North Okanagan Regional District. Advisory Planning Commission "F"
Fonds consists of records created in the course of business, including minutes, correspondence, membership lists, financial reports and receipts.Okanagan Historical Society. Armstrong-Enderby Branch
Fonds consists of correspondence with and photographs of residents of Enderby and District, plus photographs of local organizations, groups and views of the area.Meeres Photographic and Art Studio
Fonds consists of the records of the City of Enderby, from 1904-1987, which document the City's incorportion, expansion, economic depression and development, and everyday activities. Includes correspondence, legal documents, financial records, ephemera and maps.Enderby (B.C.)
Fonds consists of hand-written original manuscripts by Betty Burton. Includes Betty's story of teaching in a one-room schoolhouse in 1928 in Fort Fraser, a story of Lillian Alling's walk from New York to Dawson in a bid to reach Russia, a history of the Young Ranger Bands, a description of Betty's trip with family from England to Oyama in 1914, a description of two camping holidays in 1944 in Mara and Mabel Lake, a description of a trip down the Shuswap River in a row boat in 1919, and a description of the natural geography of the North Okanagan. It includes a few notes and several lengthy letters to her parents describing in detail experiences during a cruise on the 'Aurania' from Montreal to the Caribbean and around South America to San Francisco and Vancouver in 1940. Fonds also includes certificates from Enderby High School and Provincial Normal School (1922, 1925), a list of settlers' effects (1947) and an autograph album with original drawing and paintings and notes from friends in 1925-1931.Burton, Betty
Fonds consists of records created by members in the course of business. Includes minutes, membership lists, correspondence, annual reports, lists and brochures of equipment donated to the hospital, committee lists, financial reports, and scrapbooks for the Hospital Auxiliary, Hospital Board and Parview Place. It also includes the constitutions of the Enderby and District Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and related provincial organizations.Enderby and District Memorial Hospital Auxiliary
The collection consists of township and property maps, timber berth maps, topographical maps, road maps, and general city maps of the Enderby district.
The collection consists of photographs of people, events, buildings, transportation, logging, and general scenes of Enderby and district.
Fonds consists of records created and retained by the secretary/treasurer of Enderby Coal Mines. Includes the Articles of Association, Memorandums of Agreement, list of shareholders, coal regulations, court warrants, minutes, correspondence, a map showing location of property, reports, financial statements, inventories, and a daily journal.Enderby Coal Mines
Fonds consists of identified photographs and 35 mm negatives taken by staff at the newspaper (1977-2001), plus copies of all of the newspapers.Enderby Commoner
Fonds consists of the constitution and by-laws, correspondence and financial reports of the Fraternal Hall Society.Enderby Fraternal Hall Society
The fonds consists of records kept by members of the Enderby Unit, Canadian Cancer Society. Includes minutes, correspondence, financial ledgers, photographs, lists of volunteers and pamphlets. Also includes several speeches and notes concerning the history of the organization.Canadian Cancer Society. Enderby Unit
Fonds consists of a pound register (1955-1982) which describes the stray, the date, the owner, and the expenses incurred. Also, included is the Notice of the Pound District Act for Deep Creek, a map outlining the territory, correspondence, copies of the Livestock Act and the regulations, and several expense forms (1970-1982).Deep Creek Pound District
Fonds consists of a thirteen-page typed manuscript written by Patrick Mowat in 1969. It relates his memories of training and serving in World War I as a member of the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles and the 8th Brigade Light Trench Mortar Battery in northern France and Belgium. Fonds also consists of 5 laser print copies of photographs of Patrick Mowat and the 30th B.C. Horse.Mowat, Patrick
Fonds consists of minutes, membership applications, membership roll book, a 1922 annual report, and financial reports of the Orange Lodge.Loyal Orange Lodge. Enderby Branch No. 446
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the operation of McMahon and Mack Hardware and McMahon Hardware. It includes the B.C. Gazette copy of certificate of incorporation for McMahon and Mack Hardware Ltd. (1925), correspondence with suppliers, price lists, a mailing list, a ledger for income and expenses (1928-1932), a list of guns sold (1924-1961), counter sales receipts, a booklet on fretwork, and a price marking system.McMahon Hardware
Fonds consists of one typed manuscript written in 1940 by James McMahon. He describes his early years in Ontario, his life on the 200 acre family bush farm in Hinchersbrook, Ontario, the homestead his family built north of Winnipeg, Manitoba, his work in a tie camp for the C.P.R., his experiences during the Riel Rebellion, his work in logging camps near Revelstoke, his work as a blacksmith and garage dealer in Enderby, B.C., and his experiences trapping and prospecting in northern B.C. An addendum describes his trip to southwestern United States in 1939. The manuscript includes a great deal of detail and excellent stories about people and places.McMahon, James