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Burton Women's Institute records

Minute books, 1912-1954, 1962-1965; cash books, 1912-1945; cemetery minute and cash books, 1934-1945; guest register, fiftieth anniversary B.W.I.; patriotic work report, 1916-1919, 1940-1943; correspondence re Burton community hall; scrapbook, Eff...

Burton Women's Institute

Correspondence and other material

Correspondence re acquisition and disposal of land in Arrow lakes area of Kootenay district, 1907-1914, in partnership with A. Simmers and J.H. Parkhill; various agreements, 1906-1907; by-laws and petition for charter of incorporation of Fruit Lan...

Grant, Marshall

Kate Johnson interview

CALL NUMBER: T0464:0001 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mrs. Kate Johnson recalls her journey from England with her husband in 1910 and settlement at Rock Island Ranch working for the Middlemass brothers. She discusses the hardships of life on t;he Arrow Lake...

Lance Porter interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-05-16 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Lance Porter originally came to Sandon to visit a friend's brother in 1895 and stayed to reside in the Burton area. This tape is filled with many recollections, reminiscences and an...

The new Columbia

Industrial film. Changes along the Columbia River due to the Duncan, Arrow and Mica dams. Includes footage of: Duncan Dam reservoir; area communities; flood scenes; water storage and flood control benefits in BC and the USA; threatened homes and ...

William Mosley interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-05 or 08-17 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: William Mosley came with his family from England to Fernie in 1906. In August of 1908, they were preparing to move to Burton when a fire started in Fernie and eventually destroyed ...

William and Harriet Marshall interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], [196-] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Harriett Marshall recalls early years at East Arrow Park. Her family came to Canada from Glasgow in 1914, following her grandmother who had come in 1909. The family came with the idea of f;...