Title and statement of responsibility area
Lieutenant Governor presentation album
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- graphic material
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Dates of creation area
- British Columbia. Lieutenant Governor (1968-1973 : Nicholson)
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1 album (21 photographs : b&w and col.)
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Name of creator
British Columbia. Lieutenant Governor (1968-1973 : Nicholson)
The album was transferred to the BC Archives by the Ministry of Education ca. 1979.
Scope and content
Series consists of a presentation album given to Lieutenant Governor John R. Nicholson on the occasion of the opening of Stewart Secondary School on November 22, 1970. The first part of the album contains black and white prints of early 20th century scenes of Stewart BC. Colour prints from 1970 showing views of Stewart, exterior shots of the school and the school opening plaque form the second part of the album.
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- No access restrictions apply.
- Conservation restriction: material in cool or cold storage is inaccessible.
Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
Copyright belongs to the Government of British Columbia.
There is no file list.
No further accruals expected.
Accession number(s): 197912-034
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