Fonds consists of the personal papers of the McGill and Cunningham families. Fonds is arranged in the following series: 1) Photographs; 2) Certificates; 3) Correspondence; 4) Sketch book and art work; 5) Diaries and 6) Miscellaneous.McGill (family)
The fonds consists of World War I paybook, correspondence, and certificates relating to seaman's service, wartime circulars from the Canadian Militia and King George, and certificate for use of the Western Fuel Corporation Employees X-ray machine, 1917.Richards, William, b. 1886
Fonds consists of a scrapbook compiled by Nicolls and correspondence and notes related to the Economic Council.Nicolls, Joseph O.
Collection consists predominantly of photocopied materials collected by MacIsaac for book, The Devil of Decourcy Island: The Brother XII Story. The book was co-authored by Don Clark and Charles Lillard. Includes newspaper clippings, draft manuscripts, booklets, correspondence and other material.
The fonds consists of way bills (1891-1893), payroll time book for Wellington Shops (1899-1900), and vouchers (1899-1900).Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company
The fonds consists of ledgers (1886-1897), listing supplies sold and purchased by lodges throughout B.C., minutes of Onward Lodge No. 2 (1906-1911), quarterly return (1886-1889), listing amount and date received for each quarter.Independent Order of Good Templars
Fonds consists of a manuscript, in question and answer format, about coal mining written by Thomas Robertson. Fonds also includes copies of clippings from Mrs. Robertson's scrapbook. Clipping topics include: Ripple Rock, mine rescue competitions, and family events.Robertson (family)
The fonds consists of correspondence sent and received by W.A. Wood with Henry MacLeod and J.M. Trutch while directing work on the B.C. Section of the Canadian Pacific Rail line.Wood, W.A.