Fonds consists of minutes (1956, 1957) and financial statements (1953-1956).Cliffview Colliery
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
The fonds consists of a ledger with records of electricity consumed by Grindrod and Enderby residents.West Canadian Hydro Electric Corporation
Fonds consists of material collected and created by Art Powell concerning forest history during his research. Includes audiocassette tapes and transcripts, photographs, a binder of notes from the Enderby newspapers, one original essay. Research material includes photocopies of records from BCARS including descriptions of trails in the Shuswap Forest District, lists of Spallumcheen Forest licensees and a brief by Mabel Lake Shingle Ltd. describing the operation and requesting a change in timber allocations for specialty mills.Powell, Art
The collection consists of interviews with long-time residents of the Enderby area and speeches relating to local history and, in particular, the history of logging in the region.
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
Fonds consists of one typed manuscript (45 pages) written by Walter Anchikoski describing the various logging camps, logging practices, people and places where he worked. It includes excellent descriptions of the places where he worked and the logging practices of the 1950s.Anchikoski, Walter, 1929-