Fonds PR-1054 - Lovatt family fonds

George Lovatt's sawmill, Sandon, B.C. showing members of Lovatt family in group Geo. Lovatt's sawmill, Sandon, B.C. George Lovatt's sawmill, Sandon, B.C. H. Giegerich General store and H. Byer's Hardware, 1621 Reco Avenue, Sandon, B.C. Queen Victoria's memorial procession, Sandon, B.C. George Lovatt, Sandon, B.C. Hose reel competition or practice, Sandon Harry and Elizabeth Nash, Sandon

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Lovatt family fonds

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  • graphic material
  • microform
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  • 1898-1924 [Microfilmed 1981] (Creation)
    Lovatt (family)

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1 microfilm reel, 14 photographs

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The Lovatt family lived in Sandon, B.C. and consisted of George and Ellen Lovatt, their daughter Elizabeth and her husband Henry Nash, and others.

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The material was loaned for copying in 1981 by Mrs. C.F. Anderson, granddaughter of George Lovatt.

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The fonds consists of diaries of George Lovatt, and account books of his son in law, Henry Nash as well as photographs of Sandon businesses.

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Original records have remained with the family.

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Archives code(s): MS-1650; photographs catalogued as HP095153 to HP095166.

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Previously described as Anderson family fonds.

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Accession number(s): 81-076, 198107-001

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