Collection consists of newspaper clippings, annuals and other student publications, minutes, scrapbooks, visitor books, and photographs. The collection is arranged into series that pertain to specific schools or colleges as well as several general series. There are over 11,000 items in the collection.Public Education collection (New Westminster, B.C.)
The records of the S.O.S.B.A.L.I.C.191 were compiled during the period of their regular business meetings. Apart from the bound minute books which span the years continuously from 1899 to 1993, the records were in no apparent order upon arrival at the archives.;The fonds also include a trophy signature record book dated 1976-1983 and two cloth badges. In addition, there are photographs that were taken in the 1960's. Please note that four postcard photographs contained in the photograph collection with accession no's. IHP730504/5and IHP801045/7 under the archival headings of Excursions and Groups are also available for viewing.;A wooden laser printed plaque with an inscription to William Robertson celebrating his one hundredth birthday is also in this fonds.;In total there are three series: minutes, trophy signature records and photographs. All material has been arranged chronologically to reflect the natural record accumulation over time and to facilitate easy access.Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association, Lord of the Isles Camp #191
The fonds consists of specifications for work on various ships and docks as well as tenders and agreements involving the shipyard. Several financial records, magazines, and manuals as well as a yard plan for the shipyard are also a part of the fonds.Star Shipyard (Mercer's)
The collection consists of photographs depicting the history and development of New Westminster.
The Windsor Hotel fonds consists of financial records primarily in the form of bound journals that have recorded general expenses, stock inventories, staff hours, unemployment insurance commission forms, bills and receipts. Several hotel operation guides, ephemera and oversized miscellanea are also a part of the fonds. The bulk of the material was created from the day-to-day operation of the hotel.Windsor Hotel (New Westminster, B.C.)
The J.J. Johnston fonds consists of records relating to both J.J. Johnstons business and personal activities. The records have been arranged according to the activity by which they were produced. However, in order to maintain the natural record groupings designated by the creator, there are some overlaps of record types across series. For example, there may be insurance papers attached to a deed of land or receipts attached to correspondence.Johnston, John Joseph
Fonds consists of one record series: sewer plans (1909-1952). Series consists of plans relating to the development of New Westminsters sewer system infrastructure. Includes plans for the following sewer systems:;Columbia St., First St., West End, Fourth St., Front St., Sapperton, Braid St., College Court, Glen Brook, Victory Heights, Lulu Island.;Most drawings were created by the office of Chief Engineer for the City; some were created by external sources, such as the Canadian Pacific Railway, for the Citys use. Drawings show water mains, reservoirs, connections, grades, storm sewers, manholes, outfalls, and material specifications. Includes plans, profiles, technical drawings, details, and specifications.New Westminster (B.C.). Engineering Dept.
The fonds consists of portraits and photographs depicting ships and scenes of New Westminster, Vancouver, and Victoria.Notman, William McFarlane
The fonds contains records created or received by the Society in the course of carrying out its responsibilities. The fonds consists of two series: minutes and financial records.Westminster Benevolent Society
Fonds contains a variety of textual records and a small number of photographs. The fonds consists of the following series: minutes, financial records, governance records, executive lists, correspondence, subjects files, dinner meeting records, membership lists, speakers files, national and regional records, ephemera, and guest registers.Canadian Club of New Westminster and the Fraser Valley
The fonds consists of the records created or received by the Fund in the course of its operations. The fonds includes three series: monthly reports, annual reports and administrative records.Canadian Patriotic Fund (New Westminster, BC)
Fonds consists of correspondence, diaries, annuals, a scrapbook, legal records, newspaper clippings, a collection of certificates, and photographs. These records pertain to activities in which the members of the Allison family engaged in both in New Westminster and other locations. Fonds is composed of the following series: Military Records, Professional/Civic Records, Scholastic Records, Legal Records, Matheson Mansion Records, Athletic Records, Family Records, and Fraternal Organizations Records.Allison (family)
The New Westminster Horticultural Society fonds contains minute books, financial records, the constitution, membership newsletters and lists, general correspondence, and pamphlets on garden shows held by the society and other horticultural societies. The bulk of the material was created by the executive members of the society in conjunction with their duties, and a smaller amount of material was created by various horticultural societies in BC.New Westminster Horticultural Society
The Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. fonds consists of records relating to the incorporation of the Fraser River Dock & Stevedoring Co. and Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd., investment records, miscellaneous administrative records, insurance records, records related to purchasing services and goods, as well as property leasing/renting records and records relating to the storage and handling of customer goods.Pacific Coast Terminals Company
The John B.Sclater fonds consists of personal papers, correspondence, ledgers, survey reports, specification sheets, vouchers, and duty papers related to his activities as Port Warden and Private Marine Surveyor.Sclater, John B.
Fonds pertains to the Reformed Episcopal Church in Canada, the United States and England (known as the Free Church of England). The fonds consists of four series:
I. General Synod of the Reformed Episcopal Church of Canada (annual reports, correspondence, constitutions and canons, legal cases and general information, ca.70 cm;
II. Diocese of Western Canada (annual reports, records of individual churchs), ca.150 cm;
III. Free Church of England (yearbooks 1928-1993, and publications), ca.25 cm;
IV. Reformed Episcopal Church USA (newsletters, pamphlets, constitution and canons, general information), ca.25 cm.
The largest portion of the fonds consists of the records of St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal Church, New Westminster, which was from 1883 to 2002. The St. Paul's REC sub-series includes marriage, baptism and burial registers, Vestry records, records of womens groups, scrapbooks and other material.
Fonds consists of textual records from the 1950s and 1960s and photographs from the 1900s to the 1960s. The textual records were created primarily through the activity of producing school yearbooks. Other textual material includes school letterhead, an award for accident prevention, and newspaper clippings about the school and its students.St. Peter's School (New Westminster, B.C.)
The fonds consists of correspondence.Brown, James Cunningham
The fonds consists of enlistment papers, discharge papers, immigration papers, and a certificate.Carroll, Frederick, b. 1879
The fonds consists of letters, programmes, and fishing licences.Herring (family)
The fonds consists of correspondence, invoices, and bills.McCormack, William Patrick
The fonds consists of photographs of Annie Staton as May Queen, telegrams, and correspondence.Staton, Annie
The fonds consists of correspondence and organizational papers for May Day celebrations.New Westminster May Day Committee
The fonds consists of a notebook of poems and letters.Booth, John
The fonds consists of correspondence and an invitation.Suter, James K.