Fonds consists of records relating primarily to Vera Bell's work as a nurse and matron at United Church mission hospitals, including Wrinch Memorial Hospital in Hazelton, B.C. and Queen Charlotte Islands Hospital in Haida Gwaii.Bell, Vera
Collection is comprised of items related to and about the activities of Anna Helen (née Mahler) Aszkanazy in Vienna, Austria and North Vancouver, BC. Items are original memoir writings by Aszkanazy, written in British Columbia both in German and English, an English translation of the German-language memoir part, a German writers association membership card and photographs taken before the Second World War and after Aszkanazy’s immigration to BC. Photographs depict Aszkanazy, her daughter, friends and refugees whom she helped immigrate to Canada during the Second World War.
Series consists of textual records relating to Vera Bell's work in hospitals and churches at Hazelton and Queen Charlotte, as well as in Kenya. Records also relate to the Thomas Crosby mission boat and Vera's Christian faith.
Collection is comprised of antisemitic publications, flyers and postcards distributed in North America and Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and collected by Kit Krieger.
Series predominately consists of published materials by the I-CARE adult literacy program: the group's newsletter and later its annual publication featuring student writing. This series also includes additional textual records related to I-CARE's creation and early years, its operations, and various events.
The first I-CARE newsletter was launched in January 1979. It was called "The Nameless Newsletter" and was edited by Sheila Taillefer and Linda Ellwood. By July of that year, the newsletter was simply titled "I CARE", which would remain in place until the fall of 1982 when it was renamed "Breakthrough". Early editions of Breakthrough contained event announcements, meeting agendas and minutes, photocopied articles, information resources for tutors, crossword puzzles, activities, and artwork and graphics. The newsletter's tagline was: "A newsletter published for literacy volunteers in the Douglas College region." However, by the 1990s the target audience of the newsletter had expanded to include learners as much as tutors. In the September 1992 issue, Breakthrough started including a section called "Writing For Our Future" which featured short written works by students from the program. (Writing For Our Future was the name of a stand-alone, annual publication by I-CARE featuring student writing. It was launched in 1990.) Breakthrough has been published on a monthly and later quarterly basis, uninterrupted until the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in winter 2020.I-CARE
Fonds is comprised of records generated as a result of Dr. Helen Karsai’s volunteer activity in Vancouver, BC, organizing and participating in Holocaust-based social, educational and cultural events, and teaching the context and events of the Holocaust. Fonds has been arranged into the following seven series: Western Association of Holocaust Survivor Families and Friends records ([circa 1989–1992], 2020), Teaching materials ([199-]), March of the Living project file (1992–1993), Danzig exhibition docent records (1989), Second Generation Group file (1987–1992), BC Cancer Agency multicultural committee file (1991–1992) and Vancouver Holocaust Centre Society records (1988–1993).Karsai, Helen
Fonds consists of material created by the RVYC and is divided into the following sous-fonds: 1. Annuals (1936-2017); 2. Mainsheets (1948-2019); 3. Trophy records, general (1966-1998) and Trophy records, Swiftsure (1985-2000); 4. Visitor registers (1925-1984); 5.Video recordings (1969-2009) 6. Sound recordings (1971-2018)Royal Victoria Yacht Club
Fonds consists of Stewards minutes (1926-1932), Official Board minutes (1926-1934; 1987-2020), Congregational meeting minutes (1926-1934), Youth Ministry Task Force (2000), Brighouse Renwal Process Task Force (2003-2005), Property Investigation Committee (2007-2008), Constitution and by-laws (1999); Insurance records (2007-2020); Ladies' Aid Society minutes (1930-1933), Woman's Association minutes (1925-1961), Woman's Association Lulu Circle minutes (1929-1960), Woman's Missionary Society Lulu Circle minutes (1936-1939), Woman's Missionary Society Brighouse Circle minutes and roll (1935-1944).Brighouse United Church (Richmond, B.C.)
The series includes two subseries: Strategic Plans and Corporate Business Plans. Subseries 01 includes the Strategic Plans for the following years: 1997, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009-2011, 2012-2015, and 2020-2023. Subseries 02 includes the Corporate Business Plans for 1997-1999 and 1999-2001.City of Coquitlam
Fonds consists of the minutes of meetings and AGMs of the RVYC executive as well as Fleet captain and Commodore reports.Royal Victoria Yacht Club
Fonds consist of records and history of the Gibson and Phair families, including personal documents, correspondence, newspaper clippings, research, short stories (written by one of the family), and WW1 service records. Collection was donated by Alan Baker, son of Agnes Baker (nee Gibson), who completed most of the research.Agnes Baker
Fonds consists of the following record series: Property records (1931-2019, predominant 1973-2018); Audited financial statements (1981-2018); General ledgers (1991-2017); Correspondence (1979-1982); and Alphabetical files (1977-1983).United Church of Canada. Finance Minister, BC Conference
Fonds is comprised of correspondence, photographs, identity and personal documents, society registration documents, minutes, clippings, memorabilia and ephemera created or collected by Alexander and Gina Dimant in Poland, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), Italy and Canada. Records pertain to their family history, work, school, and social and volunteer activities prior to and after the Second World War.
Records have been arranged into the following series: Correspondence (1941–2019), Photographs ([1920?]–, Personal records (1938–2013), Artefacts (1940–[before 1948], 1997), Clippings and ephemera ([after 1942]–2016) and Janusz Korczak Association of Canada records (2001–2008).Dimant family
Sub-series is comprised of records pertaining to the organization of educational conferences programmed for adults, including teachers, the second generation of Holocaust survivors and other members of the Jewish community.
Conferences are arranged in chronological order. They are single events with the exception of the Shafran Teachers’ Conference, which is bi-annual. Sub-series is arranged into the following sub-sub-series: Primo Levi conference (1993–1999), The Past Hangs Over the Future conference (1992–1999), The Second Generation and the Legacy of the Holocaust (2001), the Shafran teachers’ conference (1999–2019) and the 31st annual SFJCSH&D conference (2019).
The fonds consists of manuscripts of his novels and short stories, issues of underground newspapers, audio recordings of Maillard's radio shows, musical scores, correspondence with other writers, and reference files for his works. It also contains extensive electronic backups of his manuscripts, digital notes, and journals on floppy diskettes. It also contains artwork and photographs of important objects, people, and places.Maillard, Keith, 1942-
The fonds consists of the administrative and operational records of the Canadian Federation of University Women - Coquitlam. Record types include: constitution & bylaws, meeting minutes, newsletters, reports, correspondence, financial records, photographs, and ephemera.Canadian Federation of University Women - Coquitlam
The series consists of a membership directory from 1969/70, speech notes, certificates, and records relating to gaming revenues.
Fonds consists of records generated by staff and volunteers of the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre in the planning and administration of exhibitions, school programs, commemorative events, symposia, communications as well as a resource centre. Fonds has been arranged into the following series: Exhibition records, Newsletters, Event programming records.Vancouver Holocaust Centre Society for Education and Remembrance
Series consists of promotional materials, financial records, correspondence, photographs, design files, and other records to do with exhibitions produced and rented by the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre, starting with inaugural exhibit, Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945, which opened November 7, 1994.
Sub-series consists of planning documents, notes, donor list, teachers’ guide and other records pertaining to the organization of the exhibition In Focus: The Holocaust through the VHEC Collection, which ran from June 2018 through July 2019.