Series consists of records belonging to Francis Griffin Bell and Dorothy Bell. Mr. Bell was manager of the Brunswick Cannery, Canoe Pass, 1902-1927(?) for the B.C. Packers Association. Prior to working as manager for the Association, Francis G. Bell was president of the Anglo-American Canning Co., which was bought by the Association in 1902. His daughter, Dorothy Bell, worked as a reporter beginning in 1915 for the Eburne Gazette, later in 1922 accepting a position on the editorial staff of McLean's Magazine.Brunswick Cannery (Canoe Pass, B.C.)
The series consists of seven class portraits from 1960 to 1966 and two from the 1920s, as well as four additional photographs including a portrait of Joseph William Harris and his family ca. 1912 ; two photographs depicting two separate properties in Coquitlam; and a photograph of the Coquitlam float in the 1945 May Day Parade in New Westminster.
Series consists of correspondence with the Canadian Pension Commission, 1934 to 1938, regarding reinstatement of Major MacInnis' pension; letter from the Minister of Pension and National Health acknowledging Major MacInnis' offer of service to Acting Minister of Defence, 1940; and a certificate of membership for C.W. MacInnis in the Masonic Order, Grand Lodge of Alberta A.F. & A.M., No. 7, Edmonton.MacInnis, Carlyle William
The series consists of two team photographs taken by the Coquitlam Photo Company, as well as fourteen single player uniformed portraits taken by an unknown photographer, and photographs of hockey games taken by an unknown photographer.
Fonds consists of a diary from 1913-. The diarist is unidentified.British Columbia. Agricultural Commission
This series includes photographs and slides taken by the family and studio portraits of family members. The majority of the images are from Nina and Harry's travels in the 1960's and 1970's, including images of them and their travel companions in England, the Rocky Mountains and Alberta, Victoria and various places in the United States. The series also includes images of the family and their house in New Westminster, events and locations in New Westminster, family member's involvement with community organizations, and school class pictures.
Series consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, instruments of consecration, notes, printed material, clippings, legal records, property records, financial records, histories, manuscripts, cemetery records, photographs, cartographic records, architectural records. Includes subseries of parish files.
Series consists of property records, correspondence, legal records, plan, notes, financial records.
Series consists of clergy records, episcopal licences, financial records. Includes Commissary appointments and Registrar's register of clergy appointments and consecrations of churches.
Series consists of records that pertain to the business and personal activities of the subjects of the files. Each estate file has its own unique collection of records. The original provenance of these records was the subjects of the files. Subsequently these records were used by another party in the course of settling these subjects’ estates. Series contains three boxes of files. These files include deeds, correspondence, invoices, receipts, insurance policies, investment certificates, contracts, indentures, and other records. The series includes several files pertaining to early Sikh residents.
Series consists of financial records, minutes, correspondence. Includes records relating to Archdeaconries, parishes, endowment and trust funds, taxes, expenditures, and insurance.
Series consists of reports, statistics.
Series consists of instruments of consecration. Includes petitions and consecrations for Cowichan Cemetery; Nanaimo, St. Paul; North Saanich, Holy Trinity; Quamichan, St. Peter; Saanich Cemetery; Sandwick, St. Andrew; Victoria, Christ Church Cathedral; Victoria, St. James, James Bay; Victoria, St. John the Divine; Victoria, St. Luke, Cedar Hill; Victoria, St. Paul, Esquimalt and naval cemetery.
The series consists of files on Congregation Emanu-El financial matters as well as their constitutions.
The series consists of early material relating to the establishment of Congregation Emanu-El. These five manuscripts are some of the earliest records extant of any activities of the first Jewish congregation on the West Coast of Canada.
The eighteen letters from Abraham Blackman in Victoria to his brother Morris document the development and changes of their mercantile business in Victoria, New Westminster, and the Cariboo during the heyday of the Cariboo Gold Rush.
Series consists of correspondence, minutes, legal records, property records, financial records. Includes records of the Coutts Archdeaconry Fund and Diocesan Lay Committee.
Series consists of historical notes written by T. Ellis Ladner's father, Thomas Ladner, in shorthand format. Series documents the social and economic life of the early settlements in Delta. Series includes a transcript of the shorthand notes.
This series is the clipping collection accrued and maintained by the Riverview Hospital Historical Society. It includes original and copied newspaper clippings related to Riverview Hospital. This series also includes correspondence from the office of the Executive Director of Riverview Hospital on the topic of specific news articles and events. Record types in this series include newspaper clippings, photocopies, printed website content, one scrapbook, and one poster.Riverview Hospital Historical Society
Series consists of cemetery records, legal records, property records, financial records, instrument of consecration, correspondence, notes, plans, clippings, printed material, architectural record. Consists primarily of records relating to Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, but also includes some items relating to Royal Oak Cemetery.
Series consists of material related to J.P. Bole's interest in history: a copy of his 1954 report to the Native Sons of B.C. his role of Grand Historian. The report contains an account of the naming of Belcarra where the Boles owned property. There is some material on the RCMP schooner, the St. Roch, including a letter from J.S. Matthews, Archivist for Vancouver, copy prints from the Vancouver Archives, and newspaper clippings regarding commemorative plaques established by the Native Sons of B.C.Bole family
Series consists of four sub-series: A. Vestry records, 1874-1996; B. Annual meeting records, 1962-2009; C. Administrative files, 1927-[ca.2000]; Financial records, 1874-1998.
Vestry records are minute books, Board minutes and other records. Administrative files include correspondence, membership files, secretary’s files, office and general files. Financial records are cash and account books, ledger and general files.