RBCM Archives

British Columbia--Description and travel--1918-1945

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Alfred E. Booth : [reminiscences]

PERIOD COVERED: ;1913;-;1955 RECORDED: Vancouver (B.C.), [197-?] SUMMARY: In a series of recorded reminiscences, Alfred E. Booth describes his travels on the B.C. coast, and in the Lower Mainland, Nicola and North Thompson regions; the Hope-Pincet...

British Columbia sports

Travelogue. Depicts various recreational attractions of BC, including skiing on Mt. Revelstoke, big game, fishing, and a boat cruise on Princess Louisa Inlet. The culture of the Northwest Coast Indians is represented by a teepee, a totem pole and ...

North of the border

Travelogue. A film on the attractions of vacationing in British Columbia, intended for American audiences. Footage includes: Peace Arch Park; Vancouver (skyline, city hall, waterfront, activities in Stanley Park, Lions Gate Bridge); Capilano Golf...

Oral history interviews, field sounds, and music

The series consists of oral history interviews focusing on the European settlement and development of British Columbia, mainly covering the period 1880-1914, recorded all over the province by broadcaster Imbert Orchard. The series also includes f...

Thomas Whitefoot fonds

  • PR-1837
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  • [ca. 1926]-1955; 1963

The fonds consists of Tom Whitefoot's amateur films depicting military parades, Vancouver scenery, highway trips in British Columbia and the Northwest, and local events such as Vancouver's Golden and Diamond Jubilees (1936 and 1946), the...

Whitefoot, Thomas, 1891-1986

[Beginning of trip to Hazelton, 1928]

Amateur film. In summer 1928, two carloads of travellers drive from Kamloops to Hazelton and return, filming highlights of their trip. These include the Cariboo Road, Barkerville, Bear Lake, Summit Lake, Stuart Lake, Fort St. James, Bulkley River...