Accountants--British Columbia



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Cornish, Clive Grierson, 1908-. Surrey; Author, Accountant.

"Donated Surplus: Being a Series of Autobiographical Essays". Reminiscences of author's boyhood in Vancouver, school days at Vernon Preparatory School (1920-1922), and early career as bank junior and clerk in salmon exporting house. Also contains sketch of author's later career as chartered accountant and freelance writer. Includes memoir and autobiographical manuscript of the author's father, Edgar Osman Cornish, prominent salmon canneries exporter and commission agent.

Presented by the author, 1984.

Kenneth Reginald Genn business records

A large and diverse collection of records created by Victoria accountants W. Curtis Sampson, Reginald Genn, and K.R. Genn. Consisting principally of accountancy records – ledgers, journals, cash books, balance sheets, stockholders registers, etc. – it includes financial records of over 60 B.C. businesses (mining, timber, and power companies, ranches, retail shops, real estate agencies, manufacturers, etc.) as well as sports clubs, hospitals, philanthropic societies, private schools, churches, individuals and family estates. Also included are documents pertaining to missionary work in the Yukon (1905-1909) and civil defense (1942-1945). A rich source for the study of British Columbia's social and economic history, MS-1950 is one of the largest and most diverse collections of its kind in the Provincial Archives of British Columbia (PABC).

See the attached finding aid for more detailed information about the provenance and arrangement of the records.

Genn, Kenneth Reginald, 1905-1982


The series consists of a letterbook containing copies of Sargison's correspondence outward from 1890 to 1900. It contains letters regarding his involvement with the Blue Ribbon Club, the Independent Order of Good Templars, and other temperance organizations in Victoria. Letters also reflect his work as an accountant and notary public and his duties as chief Census officer for British Columbia during the 1891 census.