The fonds consists of 4 B.C. drivers' licences for George Stewart Matheson (1935-1938), 8 gasoline ration coupon books for George and Caroline Matheson [1939-1945], a Voter's Registration Certificate for Caroline (1940), and a Souvenir Membership for George Matheson from the Langley Agricultural Association for their Golden Jubilee Year (1942).Matheson, George Stewart
The collection consists of personal histories and geneaologies of pioneer settlers in Langley, B.C., including Benjamin Boake, Samuel Edge, William Edge, Thomas Jones, A.L. Lazenby, and Henry West .
The collection consists of a 1943 article about John Work of the Hudson's Bay Company from the "California Historical Society Quarterly", and three pieces of correspondence from Mrs. Vernon Starr of Anaheim California, with a Mrs. Umphrey (1969) and W.E. Ireland (1968), Provincial Librarian and Archivist in Victoria, B.C. Mrs. Starr is a descendant of Henry Wark of Langley, B.C., and her correspondence contains much of the geneaology of the Wark family and accounts of their activities in Canada.
The fonds consists of personal receipts signed by David Vaughan (1904) and M.M. Peacock (1923), Road Tax Receipts for the Corporation of the District of Langley (1917-1918), and a Langley, B.C., Tax Demand (1917).Vaughan, Lewis M.
The fonds consists of receipts from individuals, businesses, and governments issued to William Hamilton Edge.Edge, William Hamilton
The fonds consists of an assortment of stocks belonging to Howard K. Dutcher, Ducane Dutcher, Neoma [?] Dutcher, and Alfred White or Kate White, of various companies in Alberta, B.C., and Washington State.Dutcher (family)
The collection consists of a Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve Service Certificate for Luke John Martin (1920), a programme from the Maple Ridge-Langley Ferry opening (1957), a biography of James Murray Yale (1776-1871) who was the third Chief Factor of Fort Langley, B.C. (1960), a history of Fort Langley, a programme from the 1953 Langley High School Students' Council presentation of "H.M.S. Pinafore", a copy of the Fraser Valley Flood Record produced by the BCER's "Family Post" (1948), a history of Langley written for the township's 50th anniversary in 1923, and copies of extracts from the township of Langley Council Minutes from December 30, 1895, to April 1, 1899 [ca. 1978].
Fonds consists of 6 series: announcements series, 1917-1971, which includes birth, marriage, and death announcements; diary series, 1972, which includes a diary of Len Rowlatts daily activities; fiscal records series, 1919-1972, which includes pension records, ration books, Turners Dairy Ltd. milk counts, mortgage records, bank correspondence, a victory bond certificate, savings bonds, Fraser Valley Milk Producers Association annual statements, agricultural subsidy records, and bank books; legal records series, 1874-1972, which include deeds and information regarding property, funeral records, birth certificates, a marriage certificate, and records related to the Rowlatt will; correspondence series, 1913-1972, which includes correspondence from Len s fiance Effie and correspondence sent to both Len and Isabella from family, including family in England, and friends; and ephemeral series, which includes recipes and an airline and rail pass stub from Lens 1969 trip to England.Rowlatt, Len
The fonds consists of The Associated Board of Music and Royal College of Music exam results for Isabel Mary Matheson (1921, 1922), pupil of Miss J.A. Michaud at Langley Prairie, B.C.Matheson, Isabel Mary
The fonds consists of 2 B.C. Public Schools Roll of Honour Certificates for Jena McCrimmon (1896) and Etta McCrimmon (1894).McCrimmon (family)
The fonds consists of one invitation to Fred Cox to a 1946 Welcome Home for returned soldiers in Langley, B.C., one decal, "Gasoline Ration A", and 3 gasoline and ration coupon books (1945-1946).Cox, Fred
The fonds consists of 3 ration books issued to Alfred and Edna Trattle, and 4 meat tokens issued between 1939-1945. Also included is Alfred Trattle's 1912 baptismal certificate, a 1940 consignment agreement for Trattle and Wolstenholm for tires and tubes, and a 1952-1953 safe driving identification card issued to Alfred Trattle.Trattle, Alfred
The fonds consists of one B.C. driver's licence for Ellen Pattenden (1927), one B.C. Electric Railway Company, Westminster Branch, commuter ticket book (ca. 1929), and one municipal tax statement from Langley Municipality, B.C., to Ellen Pattenden (1926).Pattenden, Ellen
The fonds consists of Kirby's correspondence with his sister, Agnes, in England.Kirby, Murdoch
The fonds consists of 8 pages of Westover family history, including a record of service, family group records and photographs.Westover (family)
The fonds consists of a copy of a letter and manuscript relating to T.A. Pepin.Pepin, Alfred E.
The fonds consists of a certificate of competence as a master steamer awarded to Alonzo Baker, who crewed on the Beaver between 1905 and 1914, and a Baker marriage licence (1931) and will (1932).Baker (family : Langley, B.C.)
The fonds consists of a diary (1901) of Phoebe Fulton describing community events and daily activities in and around the Fernridge District of Langley, B.C., at the turn of the century, and containing genealogical information from 1861 to 1931.Fulton, Phoebe
The fonds consists of a brief history of the Michaud family's settlement in the Langley, B.C., area, family trees, newspaper clippings, and pictures of family members. Fonds also includes a brief history of the Langley Catholic Parish, which was first held in the Michaud house in the 19th century.Michaud (family)
The fonds consists of 3 B.C. Public Schools Roll of Honour Certificates awarded to Annie Cameron (1890) and Elizabeth Cameron (1890) of Langley Prairie, B.C., and Magnus Lloyd Smith (1914) of Milner, B.C. Fonds also includes 2 copied newspaper clippings pertaining to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cameron and the old Langley Post Office (1924), and a handwritten marriage certificate from 1874 for Alex Cameron and Harriet Roberts from East Williams, Ont.Cameron (family)
The fonds consists of land deeds and Agreements for Sale of Land from Eliza Jane McAdam (1909), and an Agreement between John Maxwell and James Hossack, and Gilbert Laird (1910).McAdam (family)
The fonds consists of one diagram book for sewing patterns by Isabella Hutcheon, including handwritten notes and sketches for pieces such as a chemise, a pair of drawers, and a nightdress.Hutcheon, Isabella
The fonds consists of 4 baptismal certificates from Christ Church Wellington for Harry Christopher Froggatt (1896), William Charles Froggatt (1898), Louisa Maria Froggatt (1899), and Annie Kathlenn Froggatt (1900), and a French postcard from private W. Froggatt to his brother Harry Christopher with an embroidered army badge on the front (ca. 1917).Froggatt (family)
The fonds consists of 2 land deeds: Crown sale to Charles Hopkins, Township of Bentinck, Province of Canada, 1856; and transfer of land from Levi Hughes to Samual Hopkins, Township of Bentinck, 1872. The fonds also includes 8 B.C. Public Schools Rolls of Honour Certificates awarded to Edith, Herbert, Earl Levi, David and James Hopkins (1890-1909), military exemption record for David Hopkins, and Langley Municipal tax receipt (1898) to Lewis Hopkins.Hopkins (family)
The fonds consists of a Methodist Sunday School card for Frances Sidney Bush (1916) and a Methodist Sunday School Cradle Roll card for William John Bush (1914), Certificates of Life Membership for Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Bush of Briercrest, Sask., 2 certificates from the Canadian Society of the Red Cross, one from the Manitoba and Saskatchewan auxiliary of the Canadian Bible Society, and one from the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association (1917-1918).Bush (family)