Collection F2 - Archives research collection

A 1914 Studebaker on Saanichton wharf opposite James Island in 1917 James Island main wharf and incline soon after start of dynamite plant construction A group from James Island at the Saanichton wharf South end of James Island as it appeared when the island was bought in 1913 The "tent city" on the southwest spit of James Island Construction camp Ready to operate Four master that brought 1000 tons of nitrite of soda from Chile Tents on west spit Clearing for 11,000 volt power line Bi and tri nitrating house Bi & tri nitrating house Bi & tri nitrating house Bi & tri nitrating plant Graining house Graining house Graining house operating Box packing house Box packing house Box packing house Box packing house Acid fortifying house, ready for tanks Fortifying house ready Toloul store house Waste acid house 40' x 40' expense magazine Starting no. 1 acid recovery chimney No. 1 absorption tower house Chimney completed The acid plant & powerhouse in operation
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Archives research collection

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  • moving images
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  • 1785-1991 (Creation)

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The collection consists primarily of copies or records collected by the archives, loaned to the archives or donated to the archives. These records encompass all aspects of the political, economic, social and cultural history of the province. They come from all over the world but have a BC connection. These copies come from other archives, universities, historical societies, institutes and individuals.

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The dates of creation for these records vary and the date shown on the descriptions may not be the date of creation. It might be the date the record was acquired.

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Includes Microfilm, microfiche and photocopies.

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Accession number(s): V1985:31; F1987:22; 94-8198; 75-G-055; GR-0469; GR-1333; GR-1334; GR-1486; GR-1547; G29A; GR-1994; GR-1995; GR-1996; GR-2002; GR-2007; 804A; GR-2017; GR-2044; GR-2045; GR-2046; GR-2047; GR-2048; GR-2049; 805A; GR-2073; GR-2074; GR-2075; GR-2077; GR-2078; GR-2908; GR-2927; GR-2929; GR-3261; MS-0123; 95-2142; MS-0530; MS-0855; MS-1529

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