Fonds PR-1427 - Claudet family fonds

The archdeacon's manse, New Westminster. Post Office & Assay Office, New Westminster, B.C. Government bakery at New Westminster New Westminster. Captain Richard Roche. New Westminster waterfront, left half of two parts; see A-01594, HP003718 and A-01595, HP003719. Captain Gasset's residence. Boundary Bay near Point Roberts. Dietz and Nelson express office, New Westminster. Burrard's Inlet, B.C. picnic Victoria in five parts; taken from the Bird Cages; see A-01262, A-02850, G-03665, G-04030, G-04031. Holy Trinity Church in New Westminster. Victoria in five parts; taken from the Bird Cages; see A-01262, A-02850, G-03665, G-04030, G-04031. "Interior of Holy Trinity Church, New Westminster, BC." The British garrison at San Juan Island. The Francis Claudet and Arthur T. Bushby families camping at Burrard Inlet. Captain William Driscoll Gosset. "Chawassen [Tsawwassen] Indians, Mouth of Fraser River, British Columbia." Yale, on the Fraser River. American artillery men, San Juan Island. An early view of New Westminster; Royal Engineers' camp on the river. May Day, New Westminster Members of the Chawassen [Tsawwassen] First Nation. Victoria in five parts; taken from the Bird Cages; see A-01262, A-02850, G-03665, G-04030, G-04031. New Westminster waterfront with Government House on the left New Westminster. Assembly House, Victoria. Photo of four individuals, believed to be from the Chawassen [Tsawwassen] tribe or the Salish tribe. HMS Satellite, deck view. [Francis Claudet and Arthur T. Bushby families camping at Burrard Inlet]
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Claudet family fonds

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PR-1427

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  • 1854-1951 (Creation)
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    Claudet (family)

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66.5 cm of textual records, 456 photographs

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Francis George Claudet was born in London in 1837, the son of early daguerreotypist Antoine Claudet. After receiving his education in metallurgy, Claudet moved to New Westminster in 1860 to become a government assayer. He married Frances Fleury in 1863, and remained in New Westminster until 1873. Returning to England, he worked with various chemical and metallurgical firms until his death in 1906. One of Claudet's sons, Frederick George Claudet (1866-1946) was a miner in Australia and British Columbia and another, Henry Hayman Claudet (1874-1954) was the family historian.

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The fonds consists of the notebook of Antoine Claudet pertaining to collodion; university notebooks, correspondence, scrapbook, notebooks and diaries of Francis George Claudet, including reports about coal and silver mining; diaries and correspondence of Frederick George Claudet; family history written by Henry Hayman Claudet; and, diary of Fanny Claudet. Fonds includes photographs of Frederick George Claudet.

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Photographs: Hard copy photograph reference binder with item list.
Textual records: See Old MS card catalogue.

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Archives code(s): A/E/C57

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Accession number(s): 198201-079; 198201-091; 198308-001; 198308-002

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  • Box: 000907-0001
  • Box: 000343-0061