Correspondence and other material
Correspondence inward, sermons and addresses, pamphlets and newspaper clippings pertaining to mental health services, and a brief entitled "Home For Emotionally Disturbed Children" prepared in 1956 by the Canadian Association of Social W...
Silverwood, William James
Dominion Council of Health records
The Dominion Council of Health was established by the federal government in 1919. It provided an opportunity for discussion on a wide range of health subjects by top health officials from all of the provinces. This unit consists of the files of ...
British Columbia. Dept. of the Provincial Secretary
Mental Health Branch records
Records of Mr. Matheson, Business Manager (later Comptroller) of the Mental Hospitals. Includes records of the assessment committee (1947 1965), records relating to branch staff conferences and meetings and the core committee for the planning of ...
British Columbia. Mental Health Branch
Mental Health Services patient case files
Patient case files for persons admitted to any of the facilities of the Mental Health Services between 1872-1942, whose file had been inactive since 1942 at the time the records were transferred. These are patient case files for persons admitted...
British Columbia. Mental Health Services
Mental hospital records
This material was transferred from Riverview Hospital in 1987 and includes admission registers from 1872, the first year of operation of the new Mental Health Services Branch of the Provincial Secretary. Until 1877, when the new asylum was built ...
Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale
Minister of Health records
Files of the Minister, Mr. Eric Martin. Includes files relating to Woodlands, the Provincial Mental Hospital, Valleyview, Dellview, Skeenaview, Tranquille, the Crease Clinic, various mental health centres, and legislation relating to mental healt...
British Columbia. Dept. of Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Newcombe family papers
Correspondence, notebooks, subject files, accounts, annotated books, etc., of C.F. Newcombe and his son W.A. Newcombe, reflecting their interest in the ethnology, natural history and history of British Columbia. Newcombe family papers. The G.T. ...
Nine scrapbooks complied at the clinic, containing newspaper and magazine articles relating to the Crease Clinic and mental health issues in general.
Crease Clinic of Psychological Medicine, Essondale