The fonds consists of a cash and wage ledger and an employee list.River Logging Company
The fonds consists of documents relating to the business and organization of the Association. The fonds consists of 9 series containing minutes; financial records; correspondence; appeals; constitution & by-laws; Meade Creek Benefit Association; Gordon River Benefit/Donation Fund and Wesforays.Honeymoon Bay Employees Association
The fonds consists of documents relating to the business of the Association and consists of 5 series that contain constitutions; financial records; minutes; memberships and benefits.Hillcrest Employees Association
The fonds consists of maps, notes, photographs & negatives, survey files, a manuscript and a heritage inventory.Lake Cowichan (B.C.). Heritage Advisory Committee
The fonds consists primarily of office files from the Cowichan-Renfrew Division of BC Forest Products Ltd., dating from 1946 - 1968 and document the responsibilities of the Division. These include correspondence from Head Office in Vancouver on a wide range of management issues such as accidents, union, legal affairs and finances; personnel maters including appointments, health and safety; administration of the camps at Caycuse(Camp 6) and Nitinat(Camp 3); maintaining equipment and transportation links; and management logging operations. The fonds includes a series of maps and plans documenting the camps, logging activity, railway and road surveys and forest cover.Fletcher Challenge Canada Limited. Cowichan/Nitinat Division
Fonds consists of 6 series and includes annual reports, financial records, correspondence, mineral claims and mining agreements.Albeta Mines
The fonds consists of a business journal with entries for purchases and costs of logging equipment (1909-1910).Hillcrest Logging Company
The fonds consists of photographs of W.H. Gold, many depicting community organizations and events in the Cowichan Lake area and depicting the forest industry, including logging camps and sawmills.Gold, Wilmer H.
The collection consists of photographs depicting people, families, community scenes and events, buildings, schools, natural scenery, and industry (particularly logging, sawmill operations, and mining) in the Cowichan Lake area and western Cowichan Valley.